Electrical Engineering

One of the fundamental subfields of engineering is electrical engineering. Along with their main curriculum, pupils are also taught a number of computer languages here. Although many students get hired from this area, the majority choose to pursue further education. Most professors either hold a Ph.D. or are pursuing one, and they are very helpful. Teachers encourage their students to conduct research and assist them in publishing their own research papers. The laboratories are excellent, and practical sessions happen frequently.


Career Opportunities After Graduation In EE

Faculty Details

Dr. S P Roy

Professor Ph.D. Electric Machines, Electric Drives

Sougata Sen

Assistant professor M.Tech. Power Electronics and Drives

Dr. Subhra De Sikdar

Assistant Professor Ph.D. Power Quality, Transient event detection, Fault Analysis, ANN

Rasmiprava Barik

Assistant Professor M.Tech. Field theory, electrical and electronics measurement, Mechatronics

Nabanita Chatterjee

Assistant professor M.E. (Electrical) Electrical measurements and instrumentation

Sumanta Das

Assistant professor, HOD, M.Tech. Electric Machines, Electric Drives, Control, Power Electronics, Material Science

Amar Roy

Assistant Professor M.E. Electric Machine

Biswadeep Gupta Bakshi

Assistant Professor PhD (Thesis Submitted) Application of power electronics in modern light sources

Sandip Sarkar

Assistant Professor M.Tech. Academics

Ananya Jaiswal

Assistant Professor M.Tech. Non-conventional Energy

Ananya Jaiswal

Assistant Professor M.Tech. Power Electronics, Renewable Energy