It is not an exaggeration to say that all aspects of modern social infrastructure known to mankind are based on Electrical and Electronics (EE) engineering. EE engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism in the design and development of systems ranging from massive power grids and global communications networks to tiny integrated circuits inside computers and electronic devices. EE engineering discipline involves the application of scientific and mathematical principles to the design, production and control of structures, machines, processes and systems. Branches of EE engineering spans the disciplines of electronics, computers, circuits, electromagnetism, power systems, controls, communications, signal processing, robotics, and solid state materials and devices.
In a list of the 20 greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century compiled by the American Academy of Engineering, 10 achievements are directly related to EE engineering and the remaining 10 indirectly related. EE engineering education continues to provide opportunities for solving problems of great social significance for the benefit of humanity.
EE engineers may work on a diverse range of technologies from the smallest pocket devices to large supercomputers. EE engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacturing of electrical systems, such as electric motors, radar systems, navigation systems, broadcast and communications systems and power generation generation systems. Many kinds of electronic equipment from portable music players to GPS devices pass through an EE engineer’s hands.
Our EEE courses are designed to help students build solid foundations in their field. The department offers high-quality education via modern and highly equipped laboratories. The mode of teaching comprises of theory, practicals, and industrial training.