Course Details :

Name of the course


B.E. in Electrical Engineering

Number of seats





4 years Degree course

Year of starting



Future Scope : Electrical Engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. It covers a range of subtopics including power electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunication. Electrical engineers are usually concerned with using electricity to transmit energy, while Electronics engineers are concerned with using electricity to transmit information. 

The growing utilization of the electrical energy is a decisive prerequisite for a rapid development of industry and agriculture. The branch of electrical engineering mainly deals with the generation, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. As electrical energy is required every where, opportunities for electrical engineers exist in every sphere of modern life, from manufacturing to process industries, from robotics to embedded systems, from automobile to transport, from aviation to navigation. 

Work of an Electrical Engineer includes: Assessing the maximum demand of Electrical Power, Designing and calculating a prospective electrical installation etc. They may work on the design of electrical circuits, electrical machines, generation & distribution of electrical power, electrical drives & controls, for various applications of electric power stations, the lighting and wiring of buildings, the design of household appliances or the electrical control of industrial machinery. 

About Department : The course of Electronics & Power was started in 1995-96. The structure of the degree is recently changed by the University and now the nomenclature of the course is Electrical Engineering (Electronics and Power). The department has well furnished and spacious laboratories as per AICTE norms with state of the art equipment in all the laboratories. The teaching faculty is well qualified and experienced.  The faculty is actively involved in research and consultancy. The department provides wide exposure to the students in keeping up with the fast changing scenario .The department has two computer centers with sixty nodes each all connected in LAN through campus wide networking and also connected to Internet by 2 Mbps leased line. There is an active IEEE student’s chapter and, in addition there is an Electrical Engineering Students Forum (EESF) which gives a platform to the students for overall development. Prof. A. Mendhe is Head of the department.