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Electrical And Electronics Engineering (60 seats)

The department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is established in the year 2012 with a sanctioned intake of 60. As 21st century is the century of research and competition our main aim is to produce diploma engineers who will be technically sound, well cultured and competent. The department has been consistently working to serve the needs of education from both technical and social aspects. Along with curriculum provided by SBTE & SITTTR the various trainings, expert talks, workshops, industrial visits are regularly arranged by the department. The department is in close association with Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) and has an active student chapter of it.

Mohammed Thahir

HOD

Phone:

9142022005

Vision

To be a competence center for serving the future needs and challenges of the society and industry through quality education in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Mission

To develop innovative, competent and goal oriented Electrical and Electronics Engineers through cutting-edge technology.

Prepare socially responsible Electrical and Electronics Engineers for lifelong learning to meet intellectual and career changes.

To improve the quality of students through Industry-Institution Interactions.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1: Discipline Knowledge :Possession of a broad base knowledge of Electrical & Electronics Engineering for providing engineering solutions within the appropriate technology.

PEO 2: Teamwork & Communication :Capable of multi-discipline teamwork, effective communication and they can make a difference in the society.

PEO 3: Lifelong Learning: Able to generate a curiosity for learning in breadth and depth by undertaking higher level of education.

PEO 4: Ethics & Professionalism : Adopt professional and ethical standards, acquire an appreciation for workplace diversity.

Programme Specific Outcomes

Apply modern hardware and software tools for design, stimulation and modeling of electrical systems to engage life-long learning and to successfully adapt in multi disciplinary environments.

Contribute for the development of electrical vehicles and green energy to meet the increasing sustainable demand of the society.

GOPAKUMAR M.N

LECTURER

SHAMZIYA HAMEED P

ASST. LECTURER

MUHAMMED THASNEEM A

DEMONSTRATOR