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
1English for Science and Tech.
2Mathematics I
3Physics I
4Chemistry
5Engineering Materials (Section A)
Engineering Materials (Section B)
6Engineering Graphics
7Environmental Studies
8Workshop Practice I
9Chemistry Practical
10Physics Practical I
Sem. II
1Mathematics II
2Physics II
3Computer Programming & Information Technology
4Electrical Technology
5Electronics & Instrumentation
6Engineering Mechanics
7Value Education, HR Environment
8Workshop Practice II
9Physics Practical II
10Computer Programming Practical
11Electrical Technology Practical
12Engineering Mechanics Practical
13Electronics & Inst.  Practical
14Co-curricular Activity
Sem. III
1Mechanics of Solids
2Applied Thermodynamics
3Data Structures
4Mathematics III
5Circuit Theory
6Digital Circuits
7Applied Thermodynamics Practical
8Digital Circuits Lab
9Circuit Theory Practical
10Data Structures Lab
Sem. IV
1Electrical Measurements
2Electrical Machines I
3Analogue Circuits
4Managerial Economics
5Numerical and Statistical Methods
6Signals & Systems
7Electrical Measurements Practical
8Electrical Machines I Practical
9Numerical and Statistical Methods Practical
10Analogue Circuits Lab
11Comprehensive Viva-Voce
12Co-curricular activity
13Industrial Visit/Seminar
Sem. V
1Electrical Machines II
2Control Systems I
3Power Systems I
4Digital Signal Processing
5Microprocessors & Computer Organisation
6Field Theory
7Electrical Machines II Practical
8Control Systems I Practical
9Power Systems I Practical
10Microprocessors  & Computer Organisation Lab
11Vocational Training
Sem. VI
1Power Electronics
2Electric Power Generation
3Power Systems II
4Instrumentation
5Microprocessor Based System
6Control Systems II
7Electrical Machine & Power System Design
8Power Electronics Practical
9Power Systems II Practical
10Instrumentation Practical
11Control Systems II Practical
12Comprehensive Viva-voce
13Co-curricular Activity
14Industrial Visits/Excursions
Sem. VII
1Electrical Drives
2Switchgear & Protection
3Operation Research
4Elective: Group I (Any One)
5Advanced Power Electronics
6Special Purpose Electrical Machines
7Electric transportation
8Mine Electrical Technology
10Elective: Group II (Any One)
11Opto-Electronics
12Power Plant Instrumentation and Control
13Communication Engineering
14Artificial Intelligence
15Electrical Drives Practical
16Switchgear & Protection Practical
17Simulation Practical
18Project and Seminar
19Vocational Training
Sem. VIII
1Computer Application in Power System
2High 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