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Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EN)

The department of Electrical Engineering offers a vibrant environment for diploma and graduate education and research in Electrical Engineering. The vision of the department is to provide the leadership to enable India's excellence in the field of Electrical Engineering. The department is committed to advancement of the frontiers of knowledge in Electrical Engineering and to provide the students with a stimulating and rewarding learning experience. Electrical Engineering is a popular branch of engineering which deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Electrical engineering deals with electricity, electro-magnetism and electronics. It also covers power, control systems, telecommunications and signal processing. These engineers are usually concerned with large-scale electrical systems such as motor control and power transmission, as well as utilizing electricity to transmit energy. Electrical engineers may work on a diverse range of technologies, from the design of household appliances, lighting and wiring of buildings, telecommunication systems, electrical power stations and satellite communications. They may plan their designs using computer-aided software or they may also sketch ideas by hand. The focus of the course remains on designing and testing ICs, inductors, capacitors and resistors.

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Electrical engineering provides you with endless opportunities

An electrical engineer is someone who designs and develops new electrical systems solves problems and tests equipment. They study and apply the physics and mathematics of electricity, electromagnetism and electronics to both large and small scale systems to process information and transmit energy. They work with all kinds of electronic devices, from the smallest pocket devices to large supercomputers. @ Naraina Group of Institutions, Electrical Engineering students learn through a combination of design and lab work. This mix of theory and practical application allows students to visualize concepts and then apply their ideas in a variety of real life situations. Students learn to analyze and diagnose problems and develop innovative solutions.

Industries electrical engineers work in

Electrical engineers are usually concerned with large-scale electrical systems such as motor control and power transmission, as well as utilizing electricity to transmit energy. Electrical engineers may work on a diverse range of technologies, from the design of household appliances, lighting and wiring of buildings, telecommunication systems, electrical power stations and satellite communications. Another emerging field for electrical engineers is microelectronics - the design and development of electrical systems and circuits in computers and mobile devices. However, graduates are not just limited to the above industries. @ Naraina Group of Institutions, Electrical Engineering degree teaches you excellent problem solving skills and logical thinking. The courses are structured in ways that encourage analytical thinking, help master time management and ensure students are technically proficient. Because of this, electrical engineers from Naraina Group of Institutions are in high demand even in areas such as:

  • Renewable energy
  • Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies
  • Mobile networking
  • Banking
  • Finance
  • Arts
  • Management
  • Consulting

Electrical engineering design

A few examples of the applications and reach of electrical engineering are:

  • The computer, tablet or smartphone you purchased recently is a masterpiece of electrical engineering design.
  • Robots are comprised of sensors, actuators, microprocessors and sophisticated feedback control systems, designed by electrical engineers!
  • Space projects - deep space communications, robust control systems, extra terrestrial GPS for navigation and positioning, power generation and storage networks, imaging systems - made possible by electrical engineers.
  • Sophisticated medical technology that you encounter in a modern hospital including CT, MRI and PET imaging machines, ECG and blood pressure monitors, all based off electrical engineering principles.

Core subjects:

  • Electricity Technology and Machines
  • Circuit Analysis, Electronics
  • Electro-magnetism
  • Electrical Engineering Material
  • Instrumentation
  • Control systems
  • Power Engineering
  • Transmission & Distribution
  • Thermodynamics
  • Microprocessor interfacing

ELECTRICAL LABORATORIES

   Electrical Circuit Laboratory

   Electrical Measurement Lab

   Electrical wiring Lab

   Electronics Lab

 

   Electrical Machine Lab

   Computer Aided Electrical Drawing

   Embedded System Lab

   Electrical Installation Design Lab

   Electric Motor Control Lab

JOB PROSPECTS:

To make India a ‘Power House’, the industry requires huge numbers of engineers to tackle the prevailing power deficit. Since industrial expansion is on the upswing, the industry is looking for fresh enthusiastic minds to contribute their skills for its growth in following aspects:

  • India is world's third largest producer of electricity with 4.8 percent global share in electricity generation surpassing Japan and Russia in 2013
  • Indian government’s ambitious goal of “power for all” owing to which the power sector is poised for significant expansion
  • 4 percent growthover the previous fiscal in electricity production.
  • Compounded annual growth rate of 5.6percent
  • Positive investment climate, expansion of power industry
  • Proposal to add 76,000 MW of power capacity during 12th five year plan (2012-17)
  • Target of adding 93,000 MW in the 13th five year plan (2017-2022)
  • Guidelines to encourage private sector participation for faster growth
  • Commencement of new projects (sources: KPMG & FICCI).

JOB PROFILES:

Efficient generation, transmission and transformation of electrical energy are decisive prerequisites for rapid development of industry and agriculture. Without this vital energy our daily lives would grind to a halt and therefore electrical engineers have many opportunities. They can be found working in every sphere of modern life including manufacturing to process industries, robotics to embedded systems, automobiles to transport, and from aviation to navigation industries.

  • Research and blueprinting the design
  • Design, manufacture, develop, evaluate, sell, market and administer new electric components and testing equipment
  • Generation, Transmission and Distribution of energyli>
  • To deal with all kinds of electronic devices ranging from biggest machines to small size pocket devices
  • Troubleshooting and Controlling devices for generating electricity
  • Quality, security and conversion of applications and electrical systems
  • Using diverse technologies and equipment for production and operation of electrical energy

Future Prospects in India

Electrical Engineers are much in demand in India. In the recent years, from house to companies every where there is a necessity of electricity to function, offering numerous opportunities to electrical engineers. These engineers can work in atomic power plants, hydel or thermal power plants. Job opportunities are ample in both private and public sector like railways, civil aviation, electricity board and utility companies, electrical design and consultancy firms and all types of manufacturing industries. After getting a degree in electrical engineering, they can also go into teaching field or join a research lab. Teaching career is also rewarding, with attractive remuneration packages. Companies like ABB, Bajaj International Private Ltd, Crompton Greaves Limited, Siemens Ltd, Reliance Power Ltd, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Coal India Limited (CIL), Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL), Centre for Electronics Design and Technology and Wipro Lighting are the biggest employers hiring Electrical Engineers.

A Graduate in EEE can go for Diverse fields whether it is PSU Job, Core Sectors like Construction & Steel, IT Industry, Consultancy/Finance Job, Electronics Design and a myriad of Profiles like Business Development Associates, Content Development Manager etc. Students can also appear for PSUs like AIRPORT Authority of INDIA where Electrical & Electronics Students are allowed along with ECE students for post of Junior Executive (Electronics). Without GATE score, those students are only BE/B.Tech in Electrical Engineering, students are not Eligible to Fill the Form unless you are BE/B.Tech in ECE,EEE.

A Rank within 500 in GATE EE Paper opens opportunities to join IOCL, BBNL, NTPC, ONGC, NLC, PGCIL, BPCL and other MAHARATNAS, NAVRATNAS PSU.

The Scope of EEE branch is Unlimited Provided you Chose which Option to Opt in near future. EEE degree will provide a global arena of options but you have to tap it to become successful.

  
Teaching Staff

                                                                                                                          

Mr. Ashok Kr Dixit

Associate Professor & Head, Dept. Electrical & Electronics Engineering

HOD Message

Dear Aspirant,

The mission of this department is to produce graduates who can justify the need of technically qualified electrical/electronics engineer. As the contemporary electrical engineering is a broad discipline that is assigned for wide range of activities (from power system to power automation and from power electronics to basic power tools), a well defined teaching-learning methodologies are used to equip the students with professional excellence.

The faculty of the Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department at NCET is dedicated to continued innovation through its program of academic instruction and research. Our undergraduate academic program is designed to prepare the student for a career in industry or business by providing him / her with a thorough foundation of the fundamental concepts and analytical tools of contemporary electrical engineering.

Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

S.No.Faculty NameDesignation
1.Mr. Sudhir Kumar SrivastavaAssociate Professor & Head
2.Mr. Sachin Kr KatiyarAsst. Professor
3.Mr. S. N. Shukla Asst. Professor
4.Ms. Deepika SrivastavaAsst. Professor
5.Mr. Santosh KumarAsst. Professor
6.Mr. Shailendra SinghAsst. Professor
7.Mr. Ashish sahuAsst. Professor

Non Teaching Staff

S.No.Faculty NameDesignationDepartment
1.Mr.P. N. MishraL.IEN
2.Mr. Satish Kumar MauryaL.IEN
2.Mr. W.M.FrancisL.IEN
  
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