The Electrical Engineering Program aspires to excel in teaching, research, and industry linkage/consultancy at a national level as well as regionally and also in producing competent engineers within the field of electrical, electronic, and computer engineering to solve the problem of our country and bring about growth.
Taking into consideration the requirements of modern industries the program has realized that there is a need to implement the following four specializations (streams) in the present undergraduate electrical engineering course.
- Electronics and Communication Engineering,
- Electrical Power Engineering,
- Industrial Control Engineering
The coverage of these specialized areas will be given during the last three or four semesters of the present B.Sc. engineering course.
- To produce skilled manpower in electrical and computer engineering to lead productive and rewarding professional lives at the forefront of Engineering based on:
- Current technological advancement in the area,
- The demand from the industries (need of the country),
- Increasing the linkage between the industry and the faculty,
- Enhancing the innovative and problem solving skill of the graduates.
- To foster research and project work to solve the problems of the society.
- To conduct community service activities.