Electrical engineering is one of the largest and most diverse technological and engineering disciplines in today’s world. Electrical engineering is the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism for the development and maintenance of electrical and electronics equipment such as electric motors, navigation systems, medical devices, broadcast and communication systems, power generation systems, electrical distribution systems, electric grids etc., while keeping in mind the safety, quality, economic feasibility and sustainability of these products and systems.

Based on the fundamentals of Physics and Mathematics, Electrical Engineering became a field of its own in the 19th century due to innovations such as the generator, motors, telephone, wireless communications and electronics. Since then, electrical engineering has sure come a long way. Not only has it been one of the major driving forces behind cutting edge technology in areas such as power engineering, computer engineering, communications and mobile technologies, it has also significantly impacted several other fields such as nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, neuroscience and biotechnology, to name a few. Electrical engineering students use science, engineering, technology and analytical reasoning, creative and critical thinking skills to solve problems and design, construct and maintain electrical and electronics products.


First year of engineering will cover basic science courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and an overview to other engineering disciplines such as basic mechanical engineering, basic civil engineering, electronics, introduction to computers etc.

Second and third year will expose students to core subjects in electrical engineering. For Electrical Engineering students, core courses are power system analysis, motors, transformers, control systems, high voltage engineering, power electronics, power system economics and control techniques, power system protection and switchgear and utilization of electrical energy. There will also be elective subjects where students can choose courses that they are interested in specializing further in. Fourth Year will be an Internship in blue chip & multinational companies.

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We have world class labs including:
EDC and Device Research LabMeasurement & Instrumentation Lab
Power Systems Research Semiconductor Lab
Lab Protection and Switchgear LabElectrical Machines Lab
Control Systems LabAnalog and Digital Circuits Hardware lab
Power Electronics and Drives LabIndustrial Automation Lab
Digital Simulation LabProcess Control Lab


Electrical Engineers are much in demand in India. In the recent years, from house to companies every where there is a necessity of electricity to function, offering numerous opportunities to electrical engineers.

These engineers can work in atomic power plants, hydel or thermal power plants. Job opportunities are ample in both private and public sector like railways, civil aviation, electricity board and utility companies, electrical design and consultancy firms and all types of manufacturing industries.

Companies like ABB, Bajaj International Private Ltd, Crompton Greaves Limited, Siemens Ltd, Reliance Power Ltd, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Coal India Limited (CIL), Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL), Centre for Electronics Design and Technology and Wipro Lighting are the biggest employers hiring Electrical Engineers.

Core companies such as Qualcomm, Intel, Ericsson, NVidia, Analog Devices Ltd, Broadcom, Cisco systems, Cosmic circuits, Ericsson India Global Services, Eaton technologies, IBM, Schneider electric, General Electric, Analog devices, Cosmic circuits Pvt Ltd, KLA Tencor, NTT Communications, Texas Instruments also hire Electrical Engineers.


Admission is carried out on the basis of JEE rank for Punjab Domiciles and for students belonging to other states through online counselling conducted by IKG Punjab Technical University,  66.6% seats form the State Quota while 33.3% seats in each discipline are reserved for Management Quota. Admissions to all seats are made on the basis of merit of JEE/10+2 marks.

Third SemesterFourth Semester
Sr. No.CoursesSr. No.Courses
1.Engineering Mathematics-III1.Asynchronous Machines
2.Circuit Theory2.Linear Control Systems
3.Transformers & Direct Current Machines3.Electromagnetic Fields
4.Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation4.Digital Electronics
5.Electronic Devices and Circuits5.Power System-I (Transmission & Distribution)
6.Laboratory-I (Semiconductor Devices and Circuit Theory)6.Power Plant Engineering
7.Laboratory-II ( Electrical Machines -I)7.Laboratory-IV (Instrumentation & Measuring Devices)
8.Laboratory-III (Electrical Measurements )8.Laboratory-V (Control System)
9.Institutional Training (Undertaken after 2nd semester)9.Laboratory-VI (Electronic Circuits)
Fifth SemesterSixth Semester
Sr. No.CoursesSr. No.Courses
1.Synchronous Machines1.Electric Power Utilization
2.Electric Generation & Economics2.Power System-II (Switch Gear & Protection)
3.Microprocessors3.Non-Linear & Digital Control Systems
4.Power Electronics4.Microcontroller and PLC
5.Numerical & Statistical Methods5.Open Elective
6.Laboratory-VII (Electrical Machines-II)6.Elective-I
7.Laboratory-VIII (Numerical Analysis)7.Laboratory-X (Power Electronics & Drives)
8.Laboratory-IX (Electrical: Estimation & Costing)8.Laboratory-XI (Power System-II)
9.Industrial Training (Undertaken after 4th semester)9.Laboratory-XII (Micro controller & PLC )
Seventh SemesterEight Semester
Sr. No.CoursesSr. No.Courses
1.Software Training1.Power System Analysis
2.Industrial Training2.High Voltage Engineering
3.Non-conventional Energy Sources
6.Lab-XIII (Power System Analysis)
7.Project Work