Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Programme Outcomes

  • Demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering.
  • Analyze electrical and electronic circuits and systems.
  • Model, design and evaluate the performance and maintenance of electrical systems.
  • Comprehend the structure of power systems, both conventional and renewable and analyze their operation, control, protection and utilization.
  • Formulate power electronic controllers for industrial drives.
  • Apply the programming knowledge of commonly used programming languages, Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and for control applications.
  • Use software tools for the design, simulation and analysis of electrical and electronics engineering problems.
  • Design and conduct experiments on circuits, control components and evaluate their performance.
  • Understand energy and environmental issues and incorporate suitable measures for their conservation in the design of systems.
  • Communicate effectively in order to enhance their opportunities for building a successful career.
  • Carry on with lifelong learning and research in thrust areas concerning electrical and electronics and allied fields and manage financial resources with a promise of becoming a leader in the chosen field.
  • Function effectively in team work and understand professional ethics and social responsibilities.