Automation and AI have permeated the various disciplines of Engineering, necessitating the growth of inter disciplinary skills in order to succeed in the industry. This is where Electrical and Electronics Engineering courses gain relevance since they are pivotal in equipping engineers to facilitate automation in any sector. In accordance with this inference, the ME curriculum has been designed in a way that incorporates the essentials of both Electronic Engineering and Electrical Engineering along with Computer Science Engineering Courses.
The syllabus has been customised to provide expansive knowledge of the specialisation field while maintaining proficiency in the subject at hand. Thus, instead of bifurcating the subjects, we have amalgamated them in the hope of imparting a holistic knowledge to our engineers.
MEC features the most industry relevant EEE branch that offers ten departmental courses (37 credits) covering basic and advanced levels in signal processing, electromagnetic and communication theory, together with IC design, Communication Networks and Power Systems. By opting six elective courses that contribute 18 credits, students become eligible for specialization in power and distribution systems, VLSI and Embedded System Design, Automation and Robotics or Communication Systems, respectively.
Four departmental projects accounting for 15 credits test and aid acquired knowledge with practical skills necessary for the industry.