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The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is committed to innovation and excellence in teaching, research and service. We provide quality education with ethical values and undertake scholarly research that engages each graduate in a challenging electrical engineering education.
Impart quality education to produce globally competent electrical engineers capable of extending technological services.
Engage in research & development by promoting innovative ideas and use of state-of-art technologies.
Excel in quality teaching and provide professional ethics to student.
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The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering has made successful inroads into the concerned segments of the industry including research collaborations. It is also engaged in a range of activities to help promote graduate recruitment and to ensure our students’ industry acceptability for careers. These activities include student sponsorship, technical talks, prizes, student projects, internships and industry visits. We also value our industrial partners input into our research and teaching activities. The Department’s Advisory Group is made up of members of staff and industrial representatives working together to share developments in engineering, technology and research and to help us plan for the future.
Bachelor of Technology of the Calicut University enriched by an additional module in Electrical & Electronics Engineering designed to update the University syllabi and enhance employability. In addition, business, commercial and ethical sessions are also offered as part of the course content.
The Department undertakes to provide undergraduate education in Electrical and Electronics Engineering that prepares the graduates for a world wide career in this branch of engineering and other areas where this branch has application. The program is designed to provide a thorough grounding in all sub-disciplines of electrical and electronic engineering during the first two years of study. Graduate engineers are made ready to contribute to the global workforce immediately upon graduation. They are adequately motivated for life long learning and committed public professional service by the creative and innovative practice of engineering and technology.
Fundamental concepts and physical principles that underpin electrical and electronic engineering in the areas of circuits, systems, networks and algorithms.
Mathematical principles and techniques that underpin the analysis of engineering systems and circuits.
The application of the principles to engineering design and analysis.
Software engineering and programming skills as appropriate to electrical and electronic engineering.
Role of business processes in engineering, including the commercial, societal and legal framework within which industry operates.
Moral and ethical issues including professional conduct and intellectual property.
TEACHING/LEARNING METHODS AND STRATEGIES
The program is broad and covers areas from physical devices, circuits and machines to conceptual issues of algorithms, signals and information. The main method of providing information for knowledge is through lectures and associated hand-outs with supporting digital material. Lecturers will introduce analysis or design methods for which problems will be set to assist students in assimilating this knowledge. The lectures are supported by associated problem solving sessions which reinforce the lecture content. There is a substantial amount of self-directed learning through project work. The degree of complexity of the project work grows as the student progresses through the program. Feedback on progress is given through tutorials and class tests. Students are expected to use this feedback to enhance and develop their learning.
1) Intellectual Skills
2) Performance of the analysis of engineering systems and circuits in order to solve qualitative and quantitative problems.
3) Synthesize solutions using established methodologies.
4) Adapt and apply methodologies to the solution of unfamiliar problems.
5) Derive methodologies for unfamiliar problems.
6) Practical application of theory using computer software and models.
1) Acquisition and interpretation of data and testing hypotheses.
2) Interpretation of datasheets and industry standards.
3) Construction and testing of circuits.
4) Implementation of algorithms as software code.
5) Use of commercial software tools to analyze, design and simulate engineering systems.
6) Recognize risks and identify safe working practices.
1) Communication of scientific material and arguments in written and oral formats.
2) Recognize professional and ethical issues in the use of technology and identify appropriate ethical, professional and legal practices.
3) Recognize issues of leadership and responsibility.
4) Adoption of appropriate roles in group activities.
5) Ability to interact with professionals from other disciplines
6) Ability to make decisions in complex and unpredictable situations.
7) Ability to plan work in terms of time-plans and deliverables.
8) Independent learning ability required for continuing professional development.
In addition to the skills training embedded in the degree program, the Career advisory service available in the college also provides training and support for students on career options, job identifying and interview techniques. Practical sessions: The set problems that compliment each the lectures of each module are designed for students to exercise the skills in each topic, and through practice and feed-backs embed those skills. Putting those skills to use in combination in projects helps to form links between related skills and shows how principles learnt in one area apply to another. The experiments students conduct in the electrical laboratory during their first two years are designed to build skills in experimental technique and in the use of certain instruments. They also demonstrate the principles of physical systems described in lectures. Similarly the computing laboratory exercises allow students to develop skills in program design, coding and testing.
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND STRATEGIES
The majority of lecture modules are assessed by internal and external written and practical examinations at the end of every semester. Topics in business, commercial and ethical domains, such as the Business and Humanities modules are assessed by coursework essays and examinations as appropriate to those topics.
Project work focuses on the application of engineering principles. Student project work is assessed by oral presentation of the ideas and main conclusions of the work, and written reports on the design, implementation and testing of the work.
A student’s skill in numerical problem solving is assessed as part of the examination process described above. Coursework that requires the use of design or simulation software is assessed through written reports. The computing laboratory exercises are assessed through computer-based tests.
The experimental skills learnt in the electrical laboratory are assessed through a combination of oral examinations, formal laboratory reports, or computer-based exercise. Projects also test a range of practical skills and project reports and presentations are assessed for evidence of these skills.
Student presentations and reports are also used to assess communication skills, reasoning (such as ability to answer questions on their work) and planning and management of complex individual tasks or of group tasks.
The Department's main objective is to impart internationally competitive education in electrical and electronics engineering and targets both fundamental advances and practical applications of science and technology. We see educating the next generation of engineers as a key role, and our graduates are absorbed by the industry around the world. Our undergraduate degrees are aligned to our future hope of research wings, and we are proud of the depth of analytical treatment and the specialized optional subjects we offer.
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