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The branch of engineering that deals with the technology of electricity. Electrical engineers work on a wide range of components, devices and systems, from tiny microchips to huge power station generators.
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is one of the largest departments on the campus, comprising of students, faculty and technical staff. The broad spectrum of courses is taught by a group of highly-experienced faculty who are also researchers in their own areas. Well-equipped laboratories coupled with extensive practical work ensure the student receives a well-rounded education.
Electrical and Electronic engineers can enjoy lucrative national and international job prospects, as well as challenging, creative and rewarding long-term careers involving imagination, innovation and teamwork.
Students from EEE are regular participants in the projects of Assistive Technology Lab.
Department has experienced and dedicated faculty with a good background in teaching.
Department organizes regular seminars and expert lectures from industry as well as from institutions to mould the students into excellent Engineers.
Department Organizes National level workshops / Expert Lectures at regular intervals on various Technical Events.
Continuous upgrading of infrastructure facilities.
Industrial Training at Various reputed Organizations such as BHEL, SRISAILEM Power Plant, Vizag Steel Plant, Dr.NTTPS, Electric LOCO shed, etc.
Centre of Excellence in Education and Research in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and to become the foremost academic department through its education, research programs and contribution to society.
Mission of the EEE Department
To develop innovative, efficient and proficient electrical engineers.
To keep the curriculum industry friendly, with due regard to the University curriculum.
To participate in large projects of National and International importance.
To promote ethical and moral values among the students so as to make them emerge as responsible professionals.
Program Educational Objectives - PEO's
To produce Electrical and Electronics Engineering graduates who have strong foundation in Mathematics, Sciences and Basic Engineering.
To provide intensive training in problem solving, laboratory skills and design skills to use modern engineering tools through higher education and research.
Ability to seek employment in a variety of engineering (or) engineering technology positions to specialize in specific areas of interest and work successfully in their chosen career aspirations.
To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context through life-long learning.
Program Specific Outcomes - PSO's
The EEE program must demonstrate knowledge and hands-on competence in the application of electrical and electronics circuits in a rigorous mathematical environment at or above the level of algebra and trigonometry.
The EEE program must demonstrate that graduates can apply interdisciplinary project management techniques to electrical and electronics systems.
The EEE program must demonstrate that graduates can analyze, design and develop hardware and software for control systems, measurements, power electronics and power systems
Utilization of electricity is a process to which a number of bright minds have contributed over thousands of years, going all the way back to Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece, when Thales of Miletus conducted the earliest research into the phenomenon. The 18th-century American Renaissance man Benjamin Franklin is generally credited with significantly furthering our understanding of electricity, if not its discovery. The invention of the light bulb, although a separate contribution, attributed to Thomas Edison in 1879, is certainly a major extension of the ability to harness electricity. It has profoundly changed the way we live, work as well as the look and functioning of our cities.
Top Innovations in the Electric Power Industry:
Would you buy a home without functioning power outlets? We've come to depend on electric power for many of our day-to-day activities. When there are outages, we feel the impact of that dependency, followed by a sense of relief when the power's back on again.
Innovations in electric power have made the industry cleaner and more efficient throughout its history and made electric service available to millions of homes.
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