What is electrical engineering? Electrical engineering is the design, building, and maintenance of electrical control systems, machinery, and equipment. Some electrical engineering concerns are also found in mechanical and civil engineering. The term electrical engineering often includes electronics engineering.


The Electrical Engineering discipline was established with the following objectives:

  1. To train engineers at Diploma levels, and equip them with the fundamental concepts and techniques of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  2. To foster a learning environment that produces high-quality Electrical engineers readily employable by the industry and research organizations.

  3. To produce engineers at Diploma levels who can use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.


Features of Electrical Engineering:

  1. Versatility: Electrical engineering spans various subfields such as power systems, electronics, telecommunications, control systems, and more, offering versatility in career paths.

  2. Innovation: Electrical engineers work on cutting-edge technologies, contributing to advancements in renewable energy, smart grids, Internet of Things (IoT), automation, and robotics.

  3. Problem-solving: Engineers in this field tackle complex problems, requiring analytical thinking, creativity, and attention to detail.

  4. Interdisciplinary: Electrical engineering often intersects with other disciplines like computer science, physics, and mathematics, providing opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration and learning.

  5. Global demand: With the increasing demand for energy-efficient technologies and infrastructure development worldwide, there is a continuous demand for electrical engineers.

  6. Continuous learning: Technology evolves rapidly, necessitating lifelong learning to stay updated with the latest trends and innovations.


Job Opportunities:

  1. Power Generation and Distribution: Design, operation, and maintenance of power plants, transmission lines, substations, and distribution systems.

  2. Renewable Energy: Developing and implementing renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal power systems.

  3. Electronics and Embedded Systems: Designing electronic circuits, microcontrollers, and embedded systems for various applications including consumer electronics, automotive, and aerospace.

  4. Telecommunications: Designing communication networks, wireless systems, and satellite systems for voice, data, and video transmission.

  5. Control Systems: Developing control algorithms and systems for automation in industries, robotics, aerospace, and automotive sectors.

  6. Signal Processing: Analyzing and processing signals for applications in audio, video, image processing, and medical diagnostics.

  7. Research and Development: Working in research institutions or corporate R&D labs to innovate and develop new technologies.

  8. Consulting: Providing expertise to businesses, and government agencies, or as an independent consultant on electrical engineering projects.

  9. Education: Teaching and academia positions in universities and colleges, educating the next generation of engineers.

  10. Entrepreneurship: Starting your venture or joining startups focused on electrical engineering innovations.


The electrical Engineering discipline is supported by a team of five faculty members having excellent academic credentials as well as extensive teaching experience. 


Course Intake :


    Name of Course 


 Course  Duration 



  Electrical  Engineering   


 3 Years

 10th  Passs




Teaching Faculties:


NAME OF FACULTY             



Amita Sharma    



Dilkhush Meena



Santosh Kumari



Sneha V Sah



Charul Jain