Electrical Engineering (2022 Batch Onwards)

Unique and positive points of the program are:

  1. Introduced half semester courses that gave early exposure to all subareas of electrical engineering.
  2. Program designed to provide maximum flexibility in choosing more electives of their interest. In particular, they can take electives as early as the fifth semester.
  3. Curriculum is designed in such a way that it spans across multiple disciplines such as nano electronics, VLSI, signal processing, 5G and beyond communications, electric vehicles, several areas of computer science and many more without compromising on core principles.


Notable achievements from the students(present or pass-out) of the program are:

  1. Undergraduate students have secured admissions in various universities including Univ. of California at San Diego, Columbia university, Univ. of Southern California to name a few.
  2. Several undergraduate students have indulged in starting new companies of their own!
  3. Many undergraduate students take up R&D projects and conduct serious research and publish conference papers at prestigious venues (internations tier 1).


Semester-wise course credit structure of the program is as follows:

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Overall Credits Required (Minimum) : 254
Semester - I (Total Credits : 37)
S. NoCourse CodeCourse NameLTPC
1CH 102Fundamental concepts and applications of chemistry3006
2MA 109Calculus I (1st Half)3104
3MA 121Calculus II (2nd Half)3104
4PH 101Quantum Physics and Applications2106
5BB 103Introduction to Modern Biology3006
6CS 103Introduction to Programming - 1 (Using C) (1st Half)3024
7EE 103Introduction to Programming - 2 (Using Python) (2nd Half)3024
8PH 113Hands on Science Laboratory - I0033
9HS 103Introduction to Fine Arts100PP/NP
10HS 106Design Thinking and Creativity100PP/NP
11NO 101/ NO 103National Sports Organization (NSO)/National Service Scheme (NSS)100PP/NP


Semester - II (Total Credits : 37)
S. NoCourse CodeCourse NameLTPC
1MA 102Linear Algebra (1st Half)3104
2MA 103Differential Equations - I (2nd Half)3104
3ME 111Engineering Graphics Laboratory1035
4EE 101Introduction to Electrical Systems and Electronics3006
5CS 106Data Structures and Algorithms3006
6CS 111Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory0033
7ME 113Hands on Engineering Laboratory0033
8PH 102Electricity and magnetism2106
9NO 102/ NO 104National Sports Organization (NSO)/National Service Scheme (NSS)   PP/NP


Semester - III (Total Credits : 38)
S. NoCourse CodeCourse NameLTPC
1EE 221Introduction to Probability (1st Half)3003
2EE 227Data Analysis (2nd Half)3003
3EE 229Electronic Devices (1st Half)3003
4EE 202Introduction to Analog Circuits (2nd Half)3003
5EE 205Network Theory3006
6EE 210Signals & Systems3006
7MA 201Complex Analysis (1st Half)3104
8MA 203Differential Equations II (2nd Half)3104
9HS 201Economics3006


Semester - IV (Total Credits : 35)
S. NoCourse CodeCourse NameLTPC
1EE 206Introduction to Electrical Machines (1st Half)3003
2EE 209Introduction to Power Electronics (2nd Half)3003
3EE 208Engineering Electromagnetics (1st Half)2103
4EE 223Introduction to Power Systems (2nd Half)2023
5EE 309Introduction to Communication Systems (1st Half)3103
6EE 216Comunications Lab (2nd Half)0042
7EE 224Digital Systems3006
8EE 214Digital Circuits Lab0033
9EE 226Control Systems and Laboratory2026
10EE 212Devices and Circuits Lab0033


Semester - V (Total Credits : 35)
S. NoCourse CodeCourse NameLTPC
1EE 325Microprocessors and Microcontrollers3006
2EE 321Digital Signal Processing (1st Half)3003
3EE 315Digital Signal Processing Lab (2nd Half)0042
4EE 319Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab0033
5EE 311Electrical Mechines and Power Electronics Lab0033
6 HSS Elective3006
7 Electives   12


Semester - VI (Total Credits : 36)
S. NoCourse CodeCourse NameLTPC
1CE 301Environmental Studies3006
2EE 314Electronics Design Lab3006
3 Elective Courses   24


Semester - VII & VIII (Total Credits : 36)
  1. Student has to earn 36 credits in the fourth year.
  2. Student may choose to earn zero or 6 or 12 credits though BTP/co-op project.
  3. The BTP/co-op may be split in two semesters (6 credits per semester).
  4. The remaining credits should be earned through Institute Elective.
  5. Student has to credit one 6 credits course from HSS Basket 1 and Basket 2, each.
Final year: Students have to earn 36 credits in the fourth year. If the students have taken overload in the previous semesters, then he/she should take an appropriate number of elective courses to complete a total of 254 credits.