About the Department

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering established in the year 1984 offers One Bachelor Programme in the stream of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and two Post graduate Programmes in the stream of Power Electronics and Drives and Embedded Systems Technologies respectively. The UG and PG Programme’s curriculum and syllabus are periodically reviewed/re-framed in pace with global scenario in the domain of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Our Bachelor Programme curriculum comprises major thrust areas like Electrical Machines, Power Electronics and Drives, Power Systems, Embedded Systems. The Ongoing Government funded Project are MODROB- Modernization of Electrical machines Lab, Grid Connected 200kW solar power station on C & E Blocks roof top and Grid Connected 50kW solar power station on B Block rooftop. The smart classroom and laboratory facilities provides supportive environment for the students and faculty members. The well-structured curriculum and proper placement training help the student to place in government and private sectors.

From the HOD’s Desk

Our undergraduate programme in Electrical and Electronics Engineering offers a broad-based, balanced education in electrical sciences that includes Electrical Machines, Power Electronics, Electrical Vehicle Technology,  Power Systems, Renewable Energy Systems, Embedded Controllers and Industrial IoT to name a few. The well-equipped laboratory facilities, extensive application oriented learning strategies and research, hone students to become academic and industry leaders.


To be a Centre of Excellence in Globalizing Education and Research in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.


  • Empower the students with state-of-art knowledge to excel as eminent electrical engineers with multi-disciplinary skills
  • Emphasize social values and leadership qualities to meet the industrial needs, societal problems and global challenges
  • Enable the technocrats to accomplish impactful research and innovations