Electrical Engineering

Departement Overview

   Electrical and Electronics is the nucleus of every contemporary and modern day technology. Holding an extensive and widespread history commencing from an ordinary light bulb, thermionic valves, POTs ( Plain Old Telephone Systems) towards today’s satellite transmitted Television, transcontinental Computer Networks, Wireless and optical avant-garde communication, emergence of novel ideas in fixed and mobile communications offering never-used-before services to the users, an extremely new epoch of multimedia services from HDTV (High Definition Television), IPTV ( Internet Protocol TV) , VoD ( Video On Demand), video conferencing etc, effective Power Generation, Transmission and Utilization, Medicine, Robotics, Design of highly integrated VLSI circuits …. and the list shows no bounds…

      The Electrical Engineering profession addresses the use of science, technology, problem solving skills, inventiveness and resourcefulness of an engineer to design, construct, maintain and operate different new fangled electrical, electronics and computer based systems. This is an exceedingly electrifying and exhilarating field for enterprisers and inventors who are geared up to develop diversified goals and divergent methodologies. Electrical Engineering being the instigator of all the engineering disciplines demands a multidisciplinary approach and a knack to communicate the ideas and incorporation of the knowledge from other disciplines to take in hand the tight spots of today and challenges of impending future.

     This promptly and speedily evolving field of electrical/electronic has an unremitting and ceaseless need of engineering professionals even more than ever needed to fuel the passion for escalation. What it demands from the engineers that they equip themselves dynamically to embrace the exigent growth in this field and to be able to contribute in its augmentation and intensification.

Departmental Mission

To prepare electrical engineering graduates having a concrete knowledge‐base and analytical/problem solving skills that shall empower them to undertake challenging job positions, innovative research and entrepreneurship.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

The main objectives of the undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering department are to provide a solid foundation of mathematical, scientific and engineering knowledge to its graduates along with the development of intellectual skills essential for their prosperous and successful careers.

The PEOs of Electrical Engineering Program are given below. These PEOs will be evaluated and reviewed after 3-5years of the graduation of each Session.

PEO 1: To edify and train the graduates in design, synthesis, applications and project management are as to resolve electrical engineering problems.

PEO 2: To prepare the graduates for acquiring the international standards of advanced or higher education and innovative research.

PEO 3: To establish the leadership skills that will enable them to command their departments and organizations.

PEO 4: To indulge professional, social and ethical responsibilities in the graduates.

Mapping of NFC-IE&FR Vision and Mission with PEOs

 
Sr. No. PEOs Institution Department Mission
    Vision Mission  
1. Electrical Engineering Knowledge
2. Modern education for innovative research
3. Team work, leadership skills to command organizations.
4. Professionalism, society and ethics

Program Learning Outcomes (PEOs)

PLO 1: Engineering Knowledge

PLO 2: Problem Analysis

PLO 3: Design/Development of Solutions

PLO 4: Investigation

PLO 5: Modern Tool Usage

PLO 6: The Engineer and Society

PLO 7: Environment and Sustainability

PLO 8: Ethics

PLO 9: Individual and Team Work

PLO 10: Communication

PLO 11: Project Management

PLO 12: Life-long Learning

Mapping of PLOs and PEOs

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Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
    PEO-1 PEO-2 PEO-3 PEO-4
1. Engineering Knowledge      
2. Problem Analysis      
3. Design / Development of Solutions      
4. Investigation      
5. Modern Tool Usage      
6. The Engineer and Society      
7. Environment and Sustainability      
8. Ethics      
9. Individual and Team Work      
10. Communication      
11. Project Management      
12. Lifelong Learning