Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is characterized by a diversity of fields encompassing areas of research, design, development and operation of electrical systems.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering continues to be one of the fastest growing branches of engineering incorporating a whole spectrum of activities and specialization including power generation and trans-mission, electrical machines and actuators, communication electronics, digital electronics and micro processors, embedded computer system and control electronics.
Highly qualified and experienced faculty is available in the Department to mould the students as full fledged Electrical Engineers. Power Systems and High Voltage laboratory is a landmark of the department. The Measurements and Instrumentation laboratory provides facilities for testing and calibration of electrical meters. The Systems and Control lab is a state of the art laboratory which envisages modern facilities for control and tracking experiments.
The Department has an association "EGLITZ" with active participation of both faculty and students. As part of Association activities a technical festival "ELECSPIRE" was conducted in which students from various colleges in the state took part. Excellent job opportunities exist in various public / private power intensive organizations such as Electricity Board, ISRO, DRDO, Petrochemical industries, oil refineries, BHEL, NTPC etc.
To be a centre of excellence in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by producing renowned technocrats with ethical and societal responsibility, competent to meet the technological challenges and excel in their field.
M1: To provide learner centered environment to the students so that the students can excel in academics.
M2:To bridge the gap between the Academics and the Industry and be in line with the technological innovations in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
M3: To produce a new generation of Engineers who prove to be good citizens with concern for society, environment and ethical issues.
M4: To inculcate the students the need for continuous learning and make them competent enough to face the technological challenges.
M5: To provide a conducive environment for higher studies and research activities.