Electrical and Electronics Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Bethlahem Institute of Engineering was established in the academic year 2008-09 with an annual intake of 60.The Department has 20% lateral entry students at II B.E level. The Department started M.E (Power Electronics & Drives) course in the academic year 2012-13 with an annual intake of 24.

The Department has a well-balanced mixture of senior and experienced faculty together with young and dynamic faculty. This programme offers a unique mix of Electrical, Electronics and Computer related courses enabling the students to take up a professional career/higher studies in any of these areas. Subjects on electric circuit analysis, control systems, protection and switchgear, power systems, power generation, transmission and distribution provide the basic exposure to electrical fundamentals, whereas analog and digital circuits, microcontrollers, digital signal processing, advanced programming languages make attractive blend of Electrical & Electronics thereby creating excellent placement opportunities in every sectors. The students of this branch are placed in electrical & electronics related organization and software companies.

Outcome Based Education

Electrical and Electronics Engineering at BIoE endeavors to follow the Outcome Based Education for all the UG and PG programme offered under the choice based credit system (CBCS) curriculum. It is aimed to achieve the outcomes in terms of Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analysing, Evaluating and Create at the end of the programme. This entails a regular methodology for ascertaining the attainment of outcomes, and benchmarking these against the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs), Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) consistent with the objectives of the programme.

To develop technically competent and socially committed Electrical & Electronics Engineering professionals of Global excellence with moral ethics.

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