Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
OBJECTIVES AND LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE PROGRAM
Objectives of the Department:
To establish a solid basis in science, mathematics, concepts, and technical advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and related subjects.
To utilize cutting-edge technologies to update all laboratories.
To provide good learning facilities for rural and urban students, as well as to develop high-quality electrical engineers who can meet industry demands.
To incorporate advanced learning approaches using modern teaching techniques.
To establish collaborative programs with reputed foreign universities.
To collaborate on large-scale, high-impact research and development initiatives with a variety of research groups to establish state-of-the-art research facilities in the department.
To establish a world-renowned center of excellence in the subject.
To encourage faculty members to take up at least one research and development and consultancy work.
To establish an Innovation Center to foster new ideas and product development.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO1: Graduates will excel to make way to give solutions to real time problems through technical knowledge and operational skills in the field of Electrical Engineering.
PEO2: Graduates will demonstrate their ability on research to acquaint with the ongoing trends in the field of Electrical Engineering for addressing the social aspects.
PEO3: Graduates will communicate effectively as team players to cope with building a prospective career.
PEO4: Graduates of the program will act with integrity and have inter-personal skills in catering the need-based requirements blended with ethics and professionalism.
Engineering Knowledge: Basic mathematics, budgeting, and financial management abilities should be able to be used by graduates.
Problem Analysis: Graduates should be creative, critical thinkers who use a variety of ways to solve/find answers to real-world problems. They must be able to apply theoretical knowledge to the development of new ideas, processes, procedures, practices, products, and services in a range of settings (technology, commerce, social system, economic development and policy development).
Design / Development Solution: Graduates should be able to demonstrate a breadth of specialized discipline knowledge and abilities, as well as the ability to apply them in a variety of situations to solve issues utilizing specific equipment or processes.
Investigation: Graduates should be innovative, think creatively and critically and apply a range of strategies to solve/find solutions for real-world problems. They should demonstrate the ability to apply the theoretical knowledge that will lead to the development of new ideas, methods, techniques, practices, products and services in a variety of contexts (technology, commerce, social system, economic development and policy development).
Modern Tool Usage: Graduates should be able to use information and communication technologies effectively.
The Engineer and Society: Graduates should be socially engaged in their communities.
Environment and Sustainability: Graduates should be environmentally sensitive and should recognize their roles as socially responsible citizens who care for the common good of others, their country and the environment.
Ethics: Graduates should be able to make a meaningful and positive contribution to society, and be ethical and visionary leaders who can show leadership in different contexts.
Individual and Team Work: Graduates should be able to work independently and in teams, to manage their learning, work and take responsibility for themselves while contributing to teams such as learning communities.
Communication: Graduates should communicate proficiently, in oral, written, presentation, information searching and listening skills. They should be assertive and articulate, be able to negotiate responsibly and persuade others effectively.
Project Management and Finance: Graduates should be able to manage different types of engineering projects and apply the principle of finance in the business organization.
Lifelong learning: Graduates should be entrepreneurial, and industrious and be able to recognize opportunities and turn them into ideas for enterprises. They should have business acumen and display basic business skills.