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About the Department

The department offers a vibrant environment for education and research in electrical engineering. Our mission is to provide quality education in the field of Electrical Sciences and help the students to design and develop products and practical solutions for problems in public and private sectors. Department of Electrical Engineering is currently offering B. Tech. in Electrical Engineering (EE).

Since its inception, this department has contributed significantly to the growth of Electrical Engineering education and research in India. Many alumni of the department have distinguished themselves in academic institutions, research laboratories, industries and government organizations, both in India and abroad.

The Department has online access to IEEE explore digital library, Science Direct, Springer and other online journals. Software like MATLAB, PSPICE and PSIM are available with the Department in order to accelerate the research. Laboratories are fully operational and well equipped with latest equipments to make the students understand the practical aspect of electrical science. Faculty members are dedicated scholars from IITs, NITs and other premier institutes and are committed to advancement of knowledge.

Electrical Engineering is one of the fastest growing fields that involves the study and application of electricity and electronics. It is the most interesting branch of engineering because it involves the study of computer, electrical and electronics and communication. Electrical engineering deals with generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.

Job opportunities are ample in both private and public sectors like railways, civil aviation, electricity board and utility companies, electrical design and consultancy firms and all types of manufacturing industries.

Laboratory Facilities:

The Department of Electrical Engineering is enriched with well equipped laboratories that aim to help students understand electrical engineering concepts thoroughly and to make the students industry ready. The well-designed experimental setups emphasis on developing the hardware and software skills of an individual. The laboratory facilities of the Department are regularly upgraded to keep in tune with the changing technologies and industrial practices. Major laboratories of the Department are –

Power System Protection and Switch Gear Lab:

A protection laboratory equipped with all types of relays including numerical relays for transformer, and motor protection has been developed. This laboratory is useful to the students in getting up-to-date knowledge of the working of various types of relays by actual demonstration on in-house designed panels. Major equipment in this laboratory are – Numerical protection relay, Transformer protection relay, Over-current relay, Differential relay, Over-voltage Relay, Distance protection relay, Motor protection relay, Relay control system trainer, Over-current relay test.

Control & Instrumentation Lab:

Control and Instrumentation Laboratory is one of the most crucial and important laboratory in department of Electrical Engineering. Students with hands-on experience and practical learning on various control systems and process control concepts.

In this lab, students perform practical on Servo Motor Control, PID Controller, Position Control, Instrumentation lab such as Load Cell, LVDT, Temperature sensors etc. This laboratory is incorporated with both modern and traditional equipment. Students get the hands-on knowledge of different types of sensors, transistors, different types of control strategies, AC and DC bridges. Students also get the experimental knowledge of different techniques of level, flow, temperature measurement.

MATLAB & Simulation Lab:

This is a laboratory in which students are required to show their innovativeness and understanding of the subject through software based programming. This laboratory course builds on the lecture course "Power System", “Power Electronics & Drives” and “Control System” which is mandatory for all students of Electrical Engineering.

This laboratory is equipped with 26 numbers of PCs, with licensed software likes MATLAB, and Multi-Sim for simulation. To conduct value added course or video tutorial, facilities like high speed internet connection, LCD Projector and high quality speakers are also available in the laboratory.

Power Electronics & Drives Lab:

Power Electronics is an important area of Electrical Engineering. It broadly deals with controlling the flow of electrical power using electronic switching devices. Power Electronics lab introduces the student to measurement and simulation of important operating characteristics of power electronic circuits and power semiconductor devices. It also provides experience with common components such as motors, batteries, magnetic devices, and power semiconductors.

Electrical Machine Lab:

Electrical Machine-I laboratory is an important laboratory for the Electrical Department that provides support to the students to strengthen the fundamentals of machines. This laboratory not only gratifies the undergraduate students to understand the basic machinery but also provides the foundation to adapt for the advanced concept of the machines. The experiments such as DC motor speed control, construction features of DC motor, to understand the principle of operation of transformer, Short circuit and open circuit testing of transformer, etc. are performed.

Electrical Machine-II provides both the fundamental and advanced information regarding the AC machine. This laboratory not only makes the student familiar with the AC machines but also provides the technical knowledge regarding the analysis of special machines. Electrical Machine-II laboratory is primarily focusing on the three phase machines to understand the various technical concepts of rotating fields and also analyzing the performance characteristics of the three phase machines. Electrical Machine laboratory- II is essential to study and perform various experimental studies and analysis of the three phase electrical machines such as torque slip characteristics of AC machines, load analysis and fault analysis of three phase induction motors, constructional features of three phase induction motor, synchronous motor and three phase alternators.

Basic Electrical Engineering Lab:

The Electrical Engineering laboratory is one of the important labs of the department as it helps the students of all engineering disciplines to perform the experiments based on basic concepts of electrical science. It is well-equipped with several experimental setups packages for real time experiments.

In this lab, the students of all engineering streams are trained on basic concepts of electrical engineering, such as AC to DC conversion, measurement, transformer, verification of basic laws and theorems, use of CRO, DSO, etc. This lab has maximum utilization, handling approximately 150 students per semester.

  • The department has produced toppers of AKTU.
  • Qualified and experienced faculty with strong research credentials who can take the students at greater height
  • Suitable infrastructure for study and Research with emphasis on learning through experimental learning, Seminar and workshops.
  • The department in association with T & P department of the institute has MOU with corporates and academia to conduct Employability Skills-Based trainings on soft skills, reasoning, aptitude, technical training, coding skills etc.
  • Emphasis on paper publication in national and international journal of repute.
  • Department has fully equipped laboratories.
  • Alumni of the department are well placed in top companies like Bajaj Electricals, CMR Technology, Polycab, TCS, Chetu Technology, Manikaran, etc.
  • Many students from department of Electrical Engineering have qualified GATE and have completed their M.Tech from different IITs and NITs such as IIT Bombay, IIT delhi, NIT Durgapur, NIT Silchar etc.


Explore this electrical engineering jobs list to find a sub-discipline in the field you may be interested in pursuing:

Control Engineer: A control Engineer is responsible for developing equipment that is efficient in creating products. They also plan for maintenance and implement processes that reveal problems with their systems. Controls engineers research solutions, test their design and produce efficacy reports that show them how effective their system is.

Project Engineer: A project engineer oversees and manages engineering projects, which may include electrical engineering projects. They adhere to a budget and timeline and may need to hire additional staff, including contract workers, to make sure they can ensure project completion following certain specifications. Project engineers monitor the work of each member of the team, encourage everyone involved to meet deadlines and make sure that the project meets compliance.

Test Engineer: A test engineer is responsible for conducting tests on electrical systems. They speak with stakeholders to better understand business needs, formulate test plans and analyze usage cases. Test engineers fix the problems they find or offer guidance in implementing solutions.

Design Engineer: A design engineer uses computer-aided design (CAD) software to develop systems and new products. They create designs according to provided specifications, test their designs, document their process and ask for feedback on the designs. Design engineers may need to create modifications to make sure the equipment meets requirements.

Electrical Engineer: An electrical engineer is responsible for designing and developing electrical equipment, which may include manufacturing equipment, navigation systems, the electrical system in different vehicles and smart phones. They also test this equipment and provide solutions for any problems they encounter with the design or functionality.

System Engineer: A systems engineer is responsible for making sure certain systems they're in charge of are fully functional and optimized. They may install new software and electronics, monitor its usage and update systems as needed. Systems engineers may form a feedback process to identify any issues and offer solutions to stakeholders.

Aeronautical Engineer: An aeronautical engineer constructs systems for aircrafts and associated systems like satellites. They may design mechanical, communications, electrical or environmental systems. Aeronautical engineers perform extensive testing on their designs to make sure that all systems, like navigation and propulsion, are operating together. They also find ways to improve performance evaluate their designs and perform research.


The Vision of the Department is to be a Centre of Excellence in Globalizing Power Engineering and Technology.


The mission of the department is to Empower Youth by Imparting Technical Knowledge and Skills to Innovate, Transform and Globalize the Power Sector. It intended to equip the graduates with deftness to overcome challenges culminating in success in diverse competitive careers with societal impacts and values.

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