Electrical & Electronics

B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) offers challenging opportunities over a wide range of activities from research and  design to operations, management and planning. From geographical information systems that can continuously provide the location of a vehicle to giant electric power generators, electrical and electronics engineers are responsible for a wide range of technologies. Career choices of Electrical and Electronics Engineering programme is in diverse areas such as Power Systems, Electrical equipment manufacturing and testing, Biomedical Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering and also as technical experts on Electrical and Electronics engineering projects in the Banking and Finance Industry.

B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)  offers balanced modules of electronic, electrical, microprocessors, control and telecommunications supported by basic units in analysis, software, and engineering science. In electrical and electronics engineering programme, you will learn to use the latest computer interfacing technologies in our Instruments Laboratory. The laboratory contains virtual instrument workstations using different software and hardware prototyping boards. Students will use these workstations for designing and testing electronic circuits and for creating modern programmable intelligent electronic system applications.

You will gain a good understanding of electronics systems, design techniques and their applications in areas such as control, telecommunications and consumer products. You will also develop skills enabling you to exercise independent, critical and creative thought. 

B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics engineering (EEE) opens career opportunities in many different areas, e.g.: electronic, design, commissioning and maintenance; project engineering and planning; automatic control and instrumentation, robotics; technical liaison and support; marketing and management; micro and molecular electronics and electronic materials; electronic, equipment development and manufacturing and development, engineering in public services and manufacturing. As a graduate from electrical and electronics engineering, you could therefore expect to aim to work in such exciting areas as you’ll be able to:

  • Design electrical/electronic circuits to a given specification
  •  Verify electrical/electronic circuits by testing and taking measurements
  • Analyze results and measurements
  •  Use industry standard software tools for design, simulation and development
  • Research and source information
  • Derive solutions to electrical and electronics engineering problems
  • Deduce the most appropriate solution to solve any electrical and electronics engineering problem
  • Develop plans including the costs of an electrical and electronics engineering projects

First year : B.Tech.: 50% for General & OBC and 45% for SC/ST category in the subject groups, without grace marks in 10+2 level.

Second year (Lateral Entry) : B.Tech. : 50% marks for General & OBC and 45% marks for SC/ST category in aggregate in ( three years Diploma in Engineering course )  or ( three years B.Sc. degree plus having passed 10+2 exam with Mathematics as one subject ).