The Department of Electrical Engineering (EED) offers programs in B.E.(Electrical) since 1997. Initially the intake was 30 which was increased to 60 in 1999. With the inception of the same course in the second shift in 2012 , the total intake is now 120. The Department of Electrical Engineering (EED) also offers PG course with the specialization in 'Power Electronics'. The course commenced in the year 2010-11 with intake of 18 which was subsequently increased to 24 in the year 2013-14. Both these programs are approved by Gujarat Technological University, Chankheda, Gandhinagar and AICTE.

Led by a team of qualified, dedicated and experienced faculty members with a keen acumen for teaching, the Department of Electrical Engineering (EED) is considered as one of the best in the state of Gujarat. The EED stands out with its intensive laboratory based curriculum, state-of-art laboratories , innovative teaching methods and very strong industry-academia interaction program. The department has well equipped laboratories for Electrical Machines, Control Systems, Measurement & Instrumentation, Power System, Industrial Electronics, High Voltage Engineering and Project cum Research lab. Though most of the laboratories are upgraded to meet the requirement of PG course, the department has few laboratories exclusively for PG course to meet the curriculum needs and to carry research activities. Over and above, it has dedicated computational facilities with simulation software(s) and full internet and intranet connectivity, for both UG & PG courses.

To develop a ‘complete’ engineer techno savvy, trained to be competent, ethical and professional leader who keeps pace with technological advances with inclination for research activities.

  • To impart high quality graduate and post graduate programs in Electrical Engineering.
  • To prepare students for professional career or higher studies.
  • To promote excellence in teaching, research and collaborative activities for fruitful contribution to society.

The Electrical Engineering Department prepares graduates for technical positions in the expanding fields of electrical power system, electrical machines, measurement and instrumentation, microprocessors and electrical equipment. The primary objective is to provide a broad foundation of conceptual and practical knowledge in the areas of electrical and electronic circuits, electrical machinery, and electrical power systems. The graduate from the department of Electrical Engineering is expected

  1. To demonstrate broad knowledge of electrical engineering technology to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of not only electrical but also other diversified areas like electronic, computer, and instrumentation systems.
  2. To have the creative and critical reasoning skills to solve technical problems, ethically and responsibly, in benefit of society.
  3. To exhibit professional attitude, effective communication skills, team work skills and an ability to thrive in multi-disciplinary and diverse fields.
  4. To pursue professional development, including continuing or advanced education relevant to their career path and to motivate for life-long learning.

  1. An ability to apply the knowledge, techniques of mathematics, science and engineering to electrical and other engineering fields for solving of realistic problems.
  2. An ability to identify, formulate, and analyze complex engineering problems based on fundamentals and principles of engineering to suggest practical solutions
  3. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  4. An ability to apply critical thinking in designing and validating components, processes and systems especially related to Electrical Engineering.
  5. An ability to design and analyze Electrical and/or Electronic systems with an aid of suitable modern application tools/packages.
  6. An ability to understand professional, ethical and social responsibilities and an impact of engineering on society.
  7. An ability to appreciate the consequences of engineering and technological advancement on environment and need for sustainable development.
  8. An ability to communicate effectively.
  9. An ability to develop confidence for self education and life-long learning.
  10. An ability to work effectively as an individual and in team.
  11. An ability to use the techniques and skills to face and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, GRE, TOEFL, etc.