Electrical engineering is concerned with the study, design and application of equipments, devices and systems which use electricity. Electricity supplies power, to run appliances, heavy machinery, and lights. It also encompasses communications such as the telephone, radio, television and other consumer electronic devices. Electronics is changing everything around us every day, through some pervasive devices such as hand-held calculators, computers, and controllers that help operate automobiles, airplanes and homes. This is the largest engineering profession in academic and corporate both.
Electrical engineering is divided into a wide range of fields such as power generation, transmission and effective utilization of electricity. It also involves telecommunications, radio-frequency engineering, signal processing, instrumentation, and electronics. Many of these areas overlap with other engineering branches with a huge number of specializations such as power electronics, electromagnetic and waves, microwave engineering, nanotechnology, electrochemistry, renewable energies, mechatronics, and electrical materials science.
Electrical engineers hold a bachelor degree in electrical engineering and may have professional certification from a professional body. Such bodies include the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) (formerly the IEE). Electrical engineers have the opportunities to work in a very wide range of industries. The tools and equipment that an individual engineer may need can be variable, ranging from a simple voltammeter to a top end analyzer to sophisticated design and manufacturing software.
To be recognize as knowledge centre of electrical engineering for knowledge, globally competent, professionally excellent and socially responsible electrical engineers and entrepreneurs.
M1. To produce engineering graduates possessing sound fundamental engineering and other allied disciplines.
M2. To develop quality employable manpower for industries and entrepreneurs.
M3. To encourage students for higher studies and research in various fields in Electrical Engineering.
M4. To produce technocrats for contributing effectively towards the development of society full of morals and ethics.
Electrical Engineering has a wide career opportunity in sectors like Electronics, Power Corporation, IT consultants or Manager, Aviation Technology, Communication Technology, Radio Engineers, Electromagnet Engineers, Aviation Power Supply, etc. Some of the major hiring companies in India are NTPC,TCS, WIPRO, ONGC, MTNL, BSNL, BHEL State Electricity Boards and many more.
Apart from private jobs, the scope for Government jobs is also higher for people from an engineering background. An electrical engineer learns everything from the beginning, right from the small circuits to large power motors. Electrical engineering is useful in any sector serving technological services such as defense services, equipment building services, repairing services, power supplying services etc. Also, companies based on nuclear or atomic technologies, thermal powers, technological consultancies etc. hire people from the Electrical Engineering background.
The objectives of Department of Electrical Engineering is to produce successful graduates in-
1. Understanding, formulating and solving a variety of electrical engineering problems.
2. Designing a variety of engineering systems, products or experiments.
3. Understanding the importance of lifelong learning, ethics and professional accountability.
4. Producing successful entrepreneurs or managers.
5. In functioning and communicating effectively, both individually and in multidisciplinary teams.
6. In taking a leadership role in their chosen fields.
The department of Electrical Engineering is equipped with the following labs:
1. Basic Electrical Engineering Lab
2. Electrical Machine Lab
3. Power Electronics Lab
4. Microprocessor Lab
5. Control Lab
6. Electrical Measurement Lab
7. Industrial automation and PLC lab
8. Instrumentation and Process Control Lab
9. Network Lab
10. Power System Lab
11. Electrical Workshop
12. Project Lab
VALUE ADDED COURSES:
1. MATLAB software training
2. Training on sloar system design
3. Language software training
4. Load Estimating & Forecasting training
5. Energy Saving training
6. NPTEL courses for students and teachers
1. Industrial visits for the students.
2. Organizing Guest Lectures.
3. Organising Organizing seminars for students and teachers.
4. Organizing Technical Quiz.
5. Organizing debates / cultural activities.
6. Celebrating Engineer's Day.
List of Faculties in the department:
|SN||Name of Faculties||Designation||Last Qualification|
|1||Dr Amarjeet Singh||Professor||Ph.D.|
|2||Mr Ashutosh Srivastava||Astt. Professor||M.Tech.|
|3||Mr Pankaj Gupta||Astt. Professor||M.Tech.|
|4||Mr Ankur Sharma||Astt. Professor||M.Tech.|
Dr. Amarjeet Singh
Professor & Head
Dept of Electrical Engineering
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