The demand of electrical energy in our country is increasing at a very fast rate and this necessitates the need to generate more power. The progress of any country is judged by the index as to how much electrical energy it is generating and utilizing. Thus the role of electrical engineer becomes all the more important in today’s consequences.
Per capita Electrical Energy Consumption is an index of the standard of living of a country and its industrial and economic potential. Unnecessary to say, that our country is very badly lagging behind in this area. The realization has now dawned that if India were to achieve a sustained annual economic growth of around 10%, it would have to improve its infrastructure including power generation by a factor of at least two. The government has all the intention of doing it and power generation is now under sharp focus. Simultaneously, the field of electronics is advancing in a big way and finds its application in almost every field, be it communications, power generation and management, automation, defence, consumer electronics, automobile engineering, control engineering or aerospace applications.
There is a huge deficit in the demand and supply of well-qualified Electrical and Electronics Engineers in the country. With this view the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department was started in July 2011.
|The candidate seeking admission to the B.Tech in Electrical Engineering Course must have passed 10+2 with Non-Medical Examination of any recognized board / Council.|
|Lateral Entry to 2nd Year:|
|The Candidate who has successfully completed three years of Polytechnic diploma from state technical board after 10th standard is also eligible take admission in 2nd Year of B.Tech in Electrical or 3 year B.Sc in any stream with Subject as Mathematics.|
|The program duration for B.Tech Electrical will be four years comprising of eight semesters but the candidate will have to complete the program within six years from the session of enrolment.|