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Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering


Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is a branch of engineering focused on electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Key areas include power systems (generation and distribution), electronics (analog and digital), control systems, communication systems, and computer systems. EEE professionals work on a range of applications, from power plants and telecommunications to embedded systems and renewable energy. The field continually evolves with technological advancements, emphasizing ethical considerations and safety standards in the development and application of technologies.


To be a globally recognized leader in Electrical and Electronics Engineering education, research, and innovation, shaping the future of technology and contributing to societal advancement.


M1: Foster a learning environment that encourages critical thinking, practical skills, problem-solving, and lifelong learning.

M2: Cultivate a culture of research, innovation and entrepreneurship among students and faculty.

M3: Nurture a supportive and inclusive learning environment that encourages community outreach programs for professional growth and development.