Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a continuously evolving subject. As technology has advanced, so have the challenges facing the modern engineer. A silicon chip containing over 100 million transistors in an area no larger than a postage stamp is yesterday’s news.
EEE is a subject that naturally partners with other disciplines to open whole new engineering avenues. Examples include Mechatronics – with Mechanical Engineering, Bio-medical Sciences-with Medicine and Avionics-with Aeronautics. The EEE Department at SPIHER prepares students in this field using new-age information and computer-intensive technologies.
The B.E. degree program is designed to achieve a balance between depth of knowledge acquired through specialization and breadth of knowledge gained through exploration. The undergraduate degree courses offered by the department provide a comprehensive foundation in the core topics of EEE coupled with an area of specialization relevant to emerging engineering challenges.
PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The graduates will
PEO1: Acquire a successful career in electrical industries, allied fields and entrepreneurship withprofound knowledge in core engineering.
PEO2: Pursue higher education and involve in research activities to gain in-depth knowledge inelectrical and electronics engineering.
PEO3: Exhibit intellectual skills, ethics and pursue life-long learning to cater the societal needs.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
- Graduates will demonstrate their knowledge in effective implementation during their practice of profession of Electrical Engineering with due regard to environment and social concerns.
- Graduates will demonstrate their knowledge in analysis, design, erection and laboratory experimentation regarding Electrical Engineering.
- Graduates will be motivated for continuous self-learning in engineering practice and pursue research in advanced areas of Electrical Engineering in order to offer engineering services to the society, ethically.