Electrical engineering is a broad field of engineering which deals with the science and technology involving electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism, to design, construct, and maintain products, services, and information systems. Electrical engineering is the historical name for what is now called electrical, electronics, and computer engineering.
This branch of engineering covers traditional areas like generation, distribution and transmission of electricity as well as new age applications in electronics ranging from telecommunications to computers and microprocessors. Thus most courses combine electrical and electronic systems. The course is closely linked with computation and neural systems, applied physics, computer science and applied dynamic systems.
Students of electrical engineering are offered both theoretical and practical knowledge in a wide variety of subjects, including wireless systems, quantum electronics, modern optics, solid state materials and devices, power electronics, control theory; signal processing, data compression and communications etc. There are many more new age developments including Neuro Fuzzy approaches for Engineering system applications, biomedical instrumentation, Analysis of digital systems etc.
Making a career in Electrical engineering will be challenging as well as rewarding. There are tremendous career prospects in this field in India as well as in other developed countries across the world.
Career & Scope
Electrical Engineering is an exploding field. Job prospects for electrical engineers are quite good. Electrical engineers are required to develop, design, manufacture, test, evaluate, market, sell and manage electrical and electronic systems.
In India, fresh graduates can find jobs both in public and private sector. However the private companies provide good salary as compared to the government ones. Among the largest employers of electrical engineers are computer, telecommunications and consumer electronics companies.
Apart from making professional career, one can also do research work in this field by joining research labs and institutes. Teaching career is also rewarding. One can join an engineering college/university as a full time or part time lecturer/professor.
- Power Electronics Lab-I
- Electrical Circuit Lab
- Electrical Machines Lab-I
- Electrical Measurement Lab
- Power Electronics Lab-II
- Digital Electronics Lab
- Electrical Machines Lab-II
- Power Electronics Lab-III
- Microprocessor Lab
- MATLAB Programming Lab
- Power System Design
- Control System Lab
- Power System Lab
- Advanced Power Electronics Lab
- Power System Modeling & Simulation Lab
- Computer Based Power System Lab
- Electrical Drives and Control Lab
- High Voltage Engineering Lab