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The Department is one of the first Departments set up in MMU in the year 1995 and rightly claims to be a centre of excellence in the field of electrical engineering by producing professionals who excel in Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Management.
The Department runs UG, PG and PhD programs to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence in all areas of electrical engineering.
The graduates from the Department of Electrical Engineering have the following abilities, knowledge, characteristics and skills:
Electrical engineers can find work as:
1. Engineer in the energy sector
Main duties involve creating, testing, securing and implementing all the elements of an electrical plant (such as switchgear, transformers, motors, cables, generators) and improving electric power generation. They can also be responsible for creating and operating industrial equipment such as boilers, turbines, generators, diesel, pumps, condensers, compressors, pressure vessels. Sometimes, electrical engineers get involved in the initial processes of designing power system facilities.
2. Electronics Industry
In the electronics industry, engineers design, develop and test components (capacitors, diodes, resistors, transistors), devices, systems or equipment that use electricity as part of their source of power, from cell-phones and computers to refrigerators and heating systems. Electrical engineers can engage in any stage of a project for creating electronics, from the brief planning to the design, manufacture and testing.
3. Marine Industry
Marine electrical engineers develop the engines of ships and deal with electrical and electronic engineering operations, maintenance, and repairs on generators, motors, transformers, and emergency power systems on all types of vessels. They also make efficient measurements and operations of the electrical power generation, distribution and consumer machinery. They are essential to the safety of marine travel.
4. Automotive Industry
In the automotive sector, electrical engineers manage the creation, operation, maintenance and test all tools, instruments and components of a car that involve electric power. Automotive Electrical engineers take care of engine controller, safety systems such as air-bags and anti-lock brakes, battery, motor, radio, navigation systems, electric locks, electric windows, etc.
5. Aerospace Industry
Electrical engineers who work in the aerospace industry can get involved in many diverse activities like designing the interface that transfers electricity from the engine to the aircraft to designing and operating board-computers, guidance systems, communication systems and networks, radar and ground stations or even entire satellites.
6. Oil and gas Industry
In the oil and gas industry, electrical engineers are responsible for designing and maintaining electrical systems and components of refineries. In addition, they have to make sure that all components meet the right standards of safety and efficiency.
7. Medical Industry
So far, electrical engineering has brought its contribution in launching several useful medical devices, like the echocardiogram, prosthetic devices, the pacemaker and others. Electrical engineers can help design electrical circuits, software and other electronic components used in creating medical equipment.
8. Government Sector:
Many public sector (PSUs) companies which belongs to any of the above mentioned industries recruit Electrical Engineers through GATE exam
9. Software Industry:
Electrical engineer can also work for software company and their work as a software engineer typically includes designing and programming system-level software: operating systems, database systems, embedded systems and so on. They understand how both software and hardware function.
The Candidate should have passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Mathematics and English as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject. Obtained at least 60% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together
Passed Diploma examination with at least 60% marks (40% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category), subject to vacancies in the First Year, in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted