Courses Description :

  • To produce competent Engineers and Professionals to meet the needs of industries in the context of Global Scenario.
  • To offer updated curriculum, allowing our graduates to exploit emerging opportunities efficiently.
  • To orient the students to involve themselves in various research and developmental activities.
  • To provide opportunities to simulate the real world in a lab environment using latest software tools.

What Will I Learn? :

  • To provide students with a solid foundation in Electrical Engineering that prepares them for life-long careers and professional growth in fields of their choice.
  • To train the students and enable them to work in power industry which is concerned with the aspects of generation, transmission, and distribution.
  • To enable the students to use current software tools to analysis and design power system problems.
  • To facilitate students to identify the financial aspects in power system infrastructure development.
  • To provide our students with a broad-based education so that they can appreciate diversity of opinion, better understand ethical issues, and develop a more global perspective.
  • To provide our students with the basic skills to communicate effectively and to develop the ability to function as members of multi-disciplinary teams.
  • To frame students to become eminent, excellent and skillful engineers, researchers and innovators towards electrical power and energy industry.
  • To help students realize the impact of excessive industrial activities on global warming and other environmental aspects and developing sustainable technical solutions for future
  • To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to electronics and communication engineering problems.
  • In various software companies as software testing and developer, in BPO companies.
  • In automobile industries.
  • To understand ethical and professional responsibility.
  • In PSU's and Govt. sector like Railways, BHEL, NTPC etc.
Jonson Park
Associate Professor
Jonson Park
Associate Professor
Jonson Park
Associate Professor

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