Department of Electrical Engineering offers BTech programme, MTech programme with specialisation in Electrical Vehicle and PhD programme. The programmes are designed and updated keeping in view the constantly changing industrial needs, skills to be developed, and challenges emerging out of new research. The programmes are well – received by the industry and academia.
BTech in Electrical Engineering
With an intake of 135 students, the BTech in Electrical Engineering is four years programme incorporating new and flexible curriculum. The curriculum covers the theoretical underpinnings of Electrical Engineering. It also includes various institute level engineering and science courses, and topics in humanities and social sciences.
The application for admission can be done through Admission portal.
Postgraduate Programme (MTech)
From the academic year 2022 – 23, a new PG programme Viz. M.Tech in Electric Engineering (Electrical Vehicular Technology) is being offered. This PG Programme Shall offer an insight to Electrical / Electronics / Mechanical & Automobiles engineers to the engineering era of Electric Vehicle. The Programme mainly includes courses on advanced electrical machines, control and power electronics, battery technology and charging, automotive dynamics and related safety. It is two years programme with an intake of 18 students, where the first two semesters (July to May) are spent doing courses. A one year project commences in June or July and lasts till May next year. The project typically has a strong research component.The application for admission can be done through Admission portal.
The Minor Programme
UG Students of the institute have the flexibility of earning Minor in a specialised domain by earning 15 additional credits.
The programmes are offered from the fifth semester onwards and are listed below –
Postgraduate Programme (MTech by Research)
MTech by Research enables the aspirant industry experts to pursue their post-graduation in Electrical Engineering. The programme involves one semester of course-work followed by working on a research problem culminating into a thesis at the end of minimum three years.
Doctoral programme is offered by the Department in the areas of Power Electronics and Power Quality, High Voltage Engineering and Electrical Power Systems. It focuses on original research that can lead to publications in premier conferences and journals. Students are required to do some courses during initial semesters, eventually moving on completely to research.