Electrical Engineering Department (30 Seats)

Electrical Engineering is one of the core branches of Engineering and it plays a vital role in country’s development. Electrical Engineers are in high demand in Government. Public as well as Private Sector Companies. It is almost impossible to run any industry without electricity. This electricity production is done by electrical engineers. The Electrical Engineering Department provides with a wide range of fundamental knowledge in core disciplines such as study of various Motors, Control Systems, High Voltage Engineering, Power Generation, and Distribution & Maintenance.


Career & Scopes

What does an Electrical Engineer do?

Electrical engineers work on a variety of projects, such as computers, robots, cell phones, cards, radars, navigation systems, wiring and lighting in buildings and other kinds of electrical systems.

Electrical engineers start out a project by defining what a new electronics should be able to do. They will then design the circuits and parts of the electronics using a computer. They will create a prototype and test the product to improve it. Most products do not work initially or have some bugs that need to be fixed. The electrical engineer needs to figure out the problem and make the product work.

There are many sub-disciplines of electrical engineering. Some electrical engineers specialize exclusively in one sub-discipline, while others specialize in a combination of sub-disciplines. The most popular sub-disciplines are:

  • Electronic Engineer

    - deals with electronic circuits such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors and diodes

  • Microelectronics Engineer

    - deals with design and micro-fabrication of tiny electronic circuit components

  • Signal Processing Engineer

    - deals with signals, such as analog or digital signals

  • Power Engineer

    - deals with electricity and design of related electrical devices such as transformers, generators, motors and power electronics

  • Control Engineer

    - deals with design of controllers that cause systems to behave in a certain way, using micro-controllers, programmable logic controllers, digital signal processors and electrical circuits

  • Telecommunications Engineer

    - deals with transmission of information via a cable or optical fiber

  • Instrumentation Engineer

    - deals with the design of measuring devices for pressure, flow and temperature. This involves a deep understanding of physics

Electrical Engineers are employed in all, major companies of public & private sectors such as Electricity Sector, NTPC and BHEL. Electrical Engineers also have job opportunities in Indian Railways, Armed Forces, SAIL, etc. along with private industries.



  • Electrical Machine Lab
  • Electrical Circuit Lab
  • Power Electronics & Advance Power Electronics Lab
  • Electrical Measurement Lab
  • Electrical & Electronics Lab
  • Electrical & Electronics Lab
  • Power System and High Voltage Lab