The melding of electrical and electronics engineering is of particular importance at this time because of the growing needs of automatic control in high-voltage electrical systems, power plants, automation. The knowledge-based technological revolution that has rapidly transformed the area of electronics and its disciplines has created the need for engineers at the highest possible professional level. This is particularly true in light of the intense global competition in the field. The engineering graduate can find his/her place in the ever-growing industrial base in the field.
The department envisions that the students of the branch becomes engineers of professional character equipped with a strong theoretical foundation required for critical thinking, practical engineering skills to face the challenges in the field, the ability to work in a team dignity, and all the qualities that help them accomplish their goals.
Electrical engineers develop and oversee electrical systems and equipment. They work with everything from power grids to computers and telephones to cars. Electronic engineers on the other hand look after and maintain electronic equipments. Almost all the industries are highly dependent on electrical and electronic engineering. Like every other industry in India, the electric/electronic industry too has benefitted a lot from the de-licensing and de-regulations that the government has allowed. Now with exposure to global players and competition, the Indian companies have improved the quality of production and are growing to their true potential. This, in turn means better job opportunities for electronic and electrical engineering graduates. The industry has seen a reported growth of 20% and is expected to continue at the same pace in the coming years. Qualified engineers are getting absorbed across industries and sectors and will continue to do so in future.