BE Electrical Engineering

BE Electrical Engineering is an undergraduate Electrical Engineering course. Electrical engineering is the branch of engineering where students learn the concepts and practical works of the electrical, electronics and electromagnetism. There is a range of the subtopics coming throughout the course such as power, electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications. Basically, electrical engineering deals with the large-scale electrical systems such as power transmission and motor control. It is unlike electronic engineering which deals with the study of small-scale electronic systems. The duration of the course is four years and the complete syllabus of the program is divided into eight semesters.

BE Electrical Engineering Eligibility

  • The candidates should be minimum passed in intermediate (10+2) with subjects such as Physics, Math, and Chemistry.

BE Electrical Engineering Syllabus

The syllabus of Electrical Engineering is as follows:

Sem. I
Sr. No. Subjects of Study
1 English for Science and Tech.
2 Mathematics I
3 Physics I
4 Chemistry
5 Engineering Materials (Section A)
Engineering Materials (Section B)
6 Engineering Graphics
7 Environmental Studies
8 Workshop Practice I
9 Chemistry Practical
10 Physics Practical I
Sem. II
1 Mathematics II
2 Physics II
3 Computer Programming & Information Technology
4 Electrical Technology
5 Electronics & Instrumentation
6 Engineering Mechanics
7 Value Education, HR Environment
8 Workshop Practice II
9 Physics Practical II
10 Computer Programming Practical
11 Electrical Technology Practical
12 Engineering Mechanics Practical
13 Electronics & Inst.  Practical
14 Co-curricular Activity
Sem. III
1 Mechanics of Solids
2 Applied Thermodynamics
3 Data Structures
4 Mathematics III
5 Circuit Theory
6 Digital Circuits
7 Applied Thermodynamics Practical
8 Digital Circuits Lab
9 Circuit Theory Practical
10 Data Structures Lab
Sem. IV
1 Electrical Measurements
2 Electrical Machines I
3 Analogue Circuits
4 Managerial Economics
5 Numerical and Statistical Methods
6 Signals & Systems
7 Electrical Measurements Practical
8 Electrical Machines I Practical
9 Numerical and Statistical Methods Practical
10 Analogue Circuits Lab
11 Comprehensive Viva-Voce
12 Co-curricular activity
13 Industrial Visit/Seminar
Sem. V
1 Electrical Machines II
2 Control Systems I
3 Power Systems I
4 Digital Signal Processing
5 Microprocessors & Computer Organisation
6 Field Theory
7 Electrical Machines II Practical
8 Control Systems I Practical
9 Power Systems I Practical
10 Microprocessors  & Computer Organisation Lab
11 Vocational Training
Sem. VI
1 Power Electronics
2 Electric Power Generation
3 Power Systems II
4 Instrumentation
5 Microprocessor Based System
6 Control Systems II
7 Electrical Machine & Power System Design
8 Power Electronics Practical
9 Power Systems II Practical
10 Instrumentation Practical
11 Control Systems II Practical
12 Comprehensive Viva-voce
13 Co-curricular Activity
14 Industrial Visits/Excursions
Sem. VII
1 Electrical Drives
2 Switchgear & Protection
3 Operation Research
4 Elective: Group I (Any One)
5 Advanced Power Electronics
6 Special Purpose Electrical Machines
7 Electric transportation
8 Mine Electrical Technology
10 Elective: Group II (Any One)
11 Opto-Electronics
12 Power Plant Instrumentation and Control
13 Communication Engineering
14 Artificial Intelligence
15 Electrical Drives Practical
16 Switchgear & Protection Practical
17 Simulation Practical
18 Project and Seminar
19 Vocational Training
Sem. VIII
1 Computer Application in Power System
2 High Voltage Engineering
3, 4, 5 – Elective (any three)
a) Illumination and utility services
b) Industrial Automation and Control
c) Static Relays
d) Utilization of Electrical Power
e) Filter Design & Synthesis
f) Bio-medical Instrumentation
g) Digital Instrumentation
h) EHV AC & DC Transmission
i) Mine Instrumentation
j) Power System Dynamics & Control
k) Optimization Technique
l) Robotics
m) Pattern Recognition
n) Optimal Control
6  Computer Application in Power System Practical
7  Project and Seminar
8  Comprehensive Viva-Voce
9  Co-curricular Activity
10  Industrial Visits/Excursions

 

BE Electrical Engineering Colleges

  • Punjab College of Engineering and Technology, Mohali
  • University of Delhi – DU, Delhi
  • Thapar University, Patiala
  • Dr. Visvesaraya Institute of Engineering and Technology, Bhopal

BE Electrical Engineering Course Suitability

  • Those candidates who are good in mathematics and physics and want to excel in electricals and its related areas are a good match for the course.
  • They should have the sharp, analytical and practical mind, good communication skills to opt the course.
  • The candidates should have the qualities like organizing and solving problems, to work under pressure and have the ability to keep calm during crisis.

How is BE Electrical Engineering Course Beneficial?

  • The scope of the course is enormous as the electrical industry is spreading its area day by day. It has now started to cover the rural as well as the remote location where electricity is still a dream.
  • Candidates get the job employment in the factories making motors, transformers, pumps, cables, and even steel.
  • The candidates also can go for the further master degree program aiming to go for the teaching profession.

BE Electrical Engineering Employment Areas

  • Colleges & Universities
  • Railways
  • Health Care Equipment Manufacturing Industry
  • Electrical Equipment and Systems Manufacturing Companies
  • IT industry
  • Telecommunication
  • Plant Engineering Department
  • Petroleum, Steel and Chemical Industry
  • Research and Design
  • Power Generation and Transmission

BE Electrical Engineering Job Types

  • Staff Electrical Engineer
  • Lecturer/ProfessorElectrical Engineer
  • Electrical Design Engineer
  • Engineering Associateer
  • Electrical Sales Engine