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Electrical Engineering Programme

The Electrical Engineering Programme offers specializations in Computer Science (hardware and software), Electrical Machines, Electronics & Power Systems through the medium of elective courses. Students are exposed to modern software packages including SABER, MULTISIM, ELECTRONICS WORKBENCH, VHDL/FPGA, XILINX FOUNDATION, ORCAD etc.

Mechanical Engineering Programme

The Mechanical Engineering Programme offers specialization in Design Engineering, Industrial & Production Engineering, and Thermal Engineering through a wide spectrum of elective subjects. Students gain ample exposure to CNC programming, Robot programming, development of Decision Support Systems, and simulation through the SIMAN/Cinema, ARENA, QUEST, NISA and forge2 simulation packages.

IT Courses

The recent nation-wide thrust on Information Technology (IT) has been mirrored in the curriculum with the introduction of courses on Operating systems , Data Structures and Programming in C for both the Undergraduate batches along with a basic course on Information Technology.

 

Semester(s)
A.   Main Engineering Courses
1.  Compulsory Engineering Subjects Eight
2.  Electives-4 (3 departmental and 1 outside the department)     Two
3.  Work-based Training    One
4. Additional Advanced Level Work-Based Training (optional) Four
5.  Major Project    Two
B.  Basic Sciences
1.  Physics    Two
2.  Chemistry    One
3.  Mathematics  Six
4.  Material Science/Electrical Engineering Materials One
C.  Humanities and Management Sciences
1.  English Four
2.  Industrial Psychology   One
3.  Managerial Economics and Industrial Organization One
4.  Business Management One
5.  Comparative Study of Religion One
6.  Cultural Education        One
7.  Scientific Methodology, General Knowledge & Current Affairs Four
8.  Elective half courses (Inter-disciplinary-two) Two
D. Rural Engineering
1.  Agricultural Operations    Two
2.  Social Service Two
3.  Rural Engineering Two
4.  Rural Engineering Project Two
E.  Co-curricular Activities Eight

 

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