School of Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering
Prof. Sibaram KharaDean - School of Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering
School of Electrical, Communication & Electronics Engineering was established to provide world class education, training and research in the areas of Electronics & Communication, and Electrical Engineering.
The School of Electrical, Communication & Electronics Engineering has 17 engineering faculty members with excellent academic record including faculty with academic experience from across the world. The faculty is recruited from IIT Delhi, IIT Roorkee, DTU, BHU, NITs (Allahabad, Kurukshetra) and NSIT Delhi and brings an excellent mix of educational experience, international research leadership and innovation in industry.
The School runs various programs to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence in all areas of electrical engineering such as Integrated Electronics and Circuits, Telecommunications, Computer Technology, Control & Automation, Power Systems & Power Electronics. The School seeks to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed, to work closely with industry, to encourage start-ups and to promote innovation and entrepreneurship.
The School is divided into seven divisions and each division is headed by a Division Chair (DC); Communication and Networking Division, Device and Processor Division, VLSI division, Microwave and Antenna Division, Power Energy Division, Control & Instrumentation Division and Power Electronics & Drives Division.
The School has established 15 laboratories that are well equipped with modern hardware resources and components, and simulation software. It aims to establish a dozen more advanced laboratories in a couple of years. The infrastructure and lab facilities are upgraded from time to time and provide adequate opportunities for students and researchers to learn and innovate.
The School Comprises of the following departments:
- Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Electrical Engineering