Research work being carried out at the department has direct bearing
on the needs of national industry. This research is partially funded
by the Directorate of Advanced Studies, Research and Technological
Development of the University and Higher Education Commission. Projects,
to meet the requirements of the neighboring industries are also
conducted in the department. The faculty members and postgraduate
students have published a number of research papers. The faculty
members of department have published 96 research papers in national
and international journals/conferences during last three years.
The department also arranges conferences, seminars and workshops
in various areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The
faculty members, postgraduate students and prominent researchers
from home and abroad participate in these seminars.
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering Program
The Department has well-established Ph.D program in Electrical
Engineering. The program was started in 2001 and 31 students have
been registered. The PhD Degree is awarded after compliance of all
requirements of Higher Education Commission. So far 16 students
have successfully completed their Doctorate Degrees.
The department has 10 PhD supervisors doing research in Control,
Communication, Power Electronics, Electromagnetics, Energy Systems
and Power System Engineering. Three PhD faculty members of the department
are included in the list of PhD supervisors approved by Higher Education
Commission. Four well established labs: Multimedia & Vision
Lab, ASIC Design & DSP Lab, and Industrial IT, Control &
Automation Lab, Opto-Electronics lab are available for PhD students.
M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering Program
The department started its postgraduate program in 1984 and has
been offering courses for the degree of M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering.
The Master of Science program is offered in the following specializations:
- Digital Techniques
The master degree courses are aimed at bringing the students abreast
with the most recent developments in their fields of specialization.
These courses are offered both for the part time as well as the
full-time students. At present more than 74% students are enrolled
in the part -time program. Most of these students are working with
major engineering organizations of the country.