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Electrical Engineering

Salient Features of the Course
Programme Title Diploma course in Electrical Engineering
Entry Qualification After SSC/Matric /(10+) and as per norms laid down by the AICTE
Course Duration Three years (6 Semesters)
Type of course Semester system
Course structure Full time

About Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is the field of engineering that is generally related with the study and application of electricityelectronics, and electromagnetism. It is considered to deal with the problems associated with systems such as electric power generation, transmission and distribution.

Functions:

  • To design and modify electrical control circuits, to carry out trouble shooting in control circuits.
  • To do industrial installation, laying cables, earthing, installing motors with their accessories, wiring testing of contractor control circuits and motor winding.
  • To use various quality control techniques and safety measures adopted.
  • To select, operate, maintain, test and repair/replace electrical machinery used in various industrial and domestic applications.
  • To design wiring schemes for domestic and power installation , to draw layouts for wiring diagram, to understand and interpret the drawings prepared by others according to Indian standards and relevant Indian Electricity Rules.
  • To procure, inspect and test electrical and electronic engineering materials.

Further Education:

  • Certain Universities admit diploma students direct to the 2nd year of the degree course.
  • Students can opt for Grade IETE.(Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers) Degree through A.M.I.E. (Associate Member of the Institution of Engineers)

Employment Opportunities:

  • In the field of Generation, Transmission and Distribution of Electrical power.
  • Operation and maintenance of equipments, lines, fault location, planning and designing of simple distribution schemes,
  • Executive and supervisory control in power stations or sub-stations, transmission and distribution networks.