Department of Electrical Engineering has been established in 2007 with an objective to meet the growing demand of technically trained Electrical Engineers.
The department provides latest knowledge in Electrical Engineering backed with a support of latest IT systems, general management which would enable an engineer to be a competent technocrat.
The Electrical Engineering stream have started with an initial intake of 60 students.Today the total strength of students including FE, SE, TE & BE is more than 250.
To be a center of developing competent Electrical Engineer for sustainable industrial and societal growth
M1–To develop competent professionals through design and implementation of effective teaching learning process.
M2 –To groom students for innovations, entrepreneurships and higher studies by providing appropriate platform.
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The Association of Students of Electrical Engineering (EESA) represents current students within the department of electrical engineering. The aim is to coordinate social and professional events that improve and enrich the community, and to help publicise various departmental research activities. It organizes social gatherings, holds talks between guest speakers and students, and promotes contact between functionaries and students in the department.
The EESA Students Associated is a student-led association that produces the best, longest-lasting memories for every EESA member group.
As a proactive student-centered organization, the EESA Associated Students offers creative and excellent services , programs, goods, and facilities for the entire EESA community.
Build a spirit of fraternity and cooperation among Association members.
Further expertise and understanding in the field of electrical engineering through seminars, debates, quizzes and other events of this nature.
Develop leadership and initiative, and instill a sense of responsibility among Association members.
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EESA is to provide a variety of educational experiences that will encourage organization members to broaden their knowledge and increase their enthusiasm for their chosen occupational areas (i.e. occupational related field trips, seminars, etc.). It provides opportunities for social interaction among organization members. Under EESA we have conducted various events like seminars, industrial visits, guest lectures, soft-skills development programs, fresher’s and farewell party etc.. and also technical and nontechnical events through TECHMANTHAN AND MINITECHMANTAHAN (a National level event under lead college schemes) for assisting students to increase their knowledge and skills in planning, delegating, decision making and to develop a more positive and realistic attitude toward themselves, their peers and the college.
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