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B. Tech. in Electrical Engineering [EE]
|Name of Institution||Total No. of Students|
|JIS College of Engineering||120|
|Narula Institute of Technology||120|
|Guru Nanak Institute of Technology||120|
|Dr. Sudhir Chandra Sur Degree Engineering College||60|
|Greater Kolkata College of Engineering and Management (JV)||60|
|Asansol Engineering College (JV)||120|
|Abacus Institute of Engineering & Management (JV)||60|
|Total Pass Out Per Year||660|
The candidate must have completed the age of 17 years on or before 31st December in the year of admission with a valid WBJEE / JEE (Main) will be allotted a seat through counseling. Admission to any of the B.Tech streams is as per the norms and guidelines of Dept. of Higher Education, Govt. of West Bengal.
4 years full time B.Tech in Electrical Engineering Core Subjects (Spread over 8 Semester)
Optional Electives (Offered in the 7th and 8th Semester)
A minimum of 25% of total students strength are required for any optional subject to be taught.
Total Credits: 228; Total Credit Hours: 3570
A four-year degree program aims to provide advance education in engineering that is relevant to electrical power generation, transmission, distribution and its utilization. Apart from the basic knowledge and skill in electrical engineering, students undertake the core syllabus that requires specialization during the final year. Electrical engineering is the historical name for what is now called electrical, electronics, and computer engineering. Electrical engineering is a broad field of engineering which deals with the science and technology involving electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism, to design, construct, and maintain products, services, and information systems.
Electrical Engineering is an expanding field. Job prospects for electrical engineers are increasing. Electrical engineers are required to develop, design, manufacture, test, evaluate, market, sell and manage electrical and electronic systems. In India, fresh graduates can find jobs both in public and private sectors. Among the largest employers of electrical engineers are computer, telecommunications and consumer electronics companies. Apart from making professional career, one can also do research work in this field by joining research labs and institutes. Teaching career is also rewarding.