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"Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is characterized by a diversity of fields encompassing areas of research, design, development and operation of electrical systems. This includes Electronics, Power Generation Systems & Distribution, Computer Systems, Internet hardware, Bio medical Engineering, Space Exploration Systems and many more."
Technical areas within the EEE discipline include Electro magnetics, Electronics, Power Systems, Control Systems, Instrumentation Systems, Digital systems, Power Electronics, Signal processing and Communications. Involvement of Electrical Engineers stretch from designing , implementing , maintaining and improving motors to radars. The course provides an excellent platform for imparting knowledge in the latest technology resorting to computer based education in a software environment. With ever increasing demand for energy and newer areas of energy production, the course provides ample opportunities for employment.
Established in 1999 with an intake of 40 students, the undergraduate program in Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MESCE is currently having an intake of 60 students. The program also entertains a lateral entry for diploma holders as per AICTE norms in the third semester. In addition to this regular course, department endeavors to conduct various short-term and training programmes.
The Department has well equipped laboratories and computing facilities, with latest technology and syllabus requirements. The department faculty rooms and the laboratories are connected by the institute LAN linking with all other departments and the Internet world outside.
Well qualified faculty and skilled supporting staff are the strengths of the department.
Job opportunities are expected to increase in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) sectors in the next 5 years. Major automobile companies from Maruti, Tata, Mahindra and Toyoto are reportedly entering into electric car market. Leading companies now convert their buildings with solar roof top installations. Hence KTU has included new courses like smart grid technology, hybrid and Electric vehicles, Renewable energy sources in the syllabus of Electrical Engineering to meet the industry demands. In general EEE deals with the engineering problems, opportunities and needs of electrical, electronics, computer, telecommunication systems and related industries.
To develop as a centre of excellence in Electrical and Electronics Engineering to mould competent, committed and compassionate engineering professionals, with best technical, analytical, innovative and interactive skills.
- To provide the highest quality teaching and learning environment to produce Electrical and Electronics Engineers having strong theoretical foundation, good design experience and exposure to research and development.
- To inculcate value based, socially committed professionalism for overall development of students and society.
- To develop and disseminate technology and help create systems to meet the energy requirement of the nation.
Program Educational Objectives
- Utilize fundamental knowledge and skills to design, analyze and test electrical systems to meet the needs of the society
- Function ethically in multidisciplinary teams to develop sustainable solutions for global, environmental and social issues and communicate effectively.
- Integrate academic insight with relevant industry scenario for collaborative research.
- Develop creative and critical reasoning skills for diverse career and lifelong learning.
Programme Specific Outcome (PSO)
PSO1: Apply fundamental knowledge to identify, formulate, design and investigate various problems of electrical and electronic circuits, electrical machines, electrical drives, power electronics, and power systems.
PSO2: Solve ethically and professionally various Electrical Engineering problems in societal and environmental context and engage in life- long learning by applying modern hardware and software tools
PSO3: Demonstrate effective communication, leadership and teamwork skills to successfully adapt in multi disciplinary environments.
PSO 4: Apply project management techniques to complex engineering problems.