Today, Electrical Engineering is at the forefront of the newest technology. The discipline has moved beyond wires and circuits into cutting-edge technology.

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was established in 2008 with an intake of 60. The department is headed by Dr. V.Rajagopal who has a vast industrial and teaching experience and is ably supported by 12 well qualified vibrant faculties, which includes 2 Professors and 10 Assistant Professors. In addition, the department is supported by ONE non-teaching staff

The department has very well established Laboratories with sophisticated equipment supplementing the academic needs of the students. Some of the laboratories are:
1. Electrical Networks
2. Measurements
3. Control Systems
4. Electrical Machines
5. Power Electronics
6. Power Systems Lab
7. P – SPICE, MATLAB and Simulink Lab

Electrical Technical Association (ETA) is a students body for conducting career developing, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills of students. It organizes Seminars, Quiz Programmes, Industrial Visits, Paper Contests, Group Discussions, Guest Lectures, Career Guidance, Games etc under its auspices.

The students are encouraged to present papers and to participate in seminars conducted in other engineering colleges. Industrial tours are arranged for students to obtain an exposure to industries.

IEEE Students chapter and ISTE chapter are formed. A variety of academic activities are conducted under the auspices of these chapters. Two IEEE journals are subscribed, apart from subscribing to on-line digital access of all journals. Alumni Chapter is in existence. The department interacts with them and gets feedback with regard to academic, placements etc. matters. Their suggestions are taken into consideration in various developmental activities of the department.

Highlights of the Course

1. Solid State Power Controllers
2. Power Semi Conductor Devices
3. Digital Measurements
4. AC-DC Drives and Control
5. Switch Mode Power Conversion
6. Advanced Control Systems
7. HVDC Power Transmission