Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Diploma in Electrical Engineering is a three years program and it deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism and involves the study of generation, distribution and transmission of electrical power. It also covers a range of sub-disciplines such as power, instrumentation, analogue & digital electronics, control systems, signal processing and telecommunications. The diploma program lays strong and detailed emphasis on understanding of electrical networks, electrical energy converters, electromagnetic field theory and related devices, electrical energy distribution systems etc. The engineering course is very valuable and important one in electrical field which opens much career scopes for the diploma holders.
Diploma in Electrical Engineering Course Suitability
Candidates having the ability to use specialist knowledge creatively and innovatively to solve problems; pragmatism and practicality to turn a concept into reality are the most suitable ones for the course.
Second, applicants who have effective communication (spoken and written); good team-working; good project and time management; a professional approach and ability to work to an ethical code of conduct also are suitable match the course.
How is Diploma in Electrical Engineering Course Beneficial?
Electrical engineering is the largest and broadest of all the engineering disciplines.
The importance of electrical engineers have grown manifold with the increasing demand for electrical energy and the development in audio and video communication systems across the society.
With electricity becoming one of the basic needs for survival and electrical systems being widely necessary in each and every aspect of our daily lives, hence the employment opportunities are widespread for electrical engineers.
Electrical Engineering Job Types
Jr. Manager-Electrical-Basic & Detail Design Engineering
Electrical Engineer-Sales & Servicing
Accountant Assistant-Electrical Engineer
Lecturer & Home Tutor
Electrical Engineer (Instrumentation-Site/ Field Engineer)
Advance Courses in Electrical Engineering
B.E. (Electrical Engineering)
B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering)
B.E. (Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
B.Tech. (Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
The syllabus is as per the Guidelines of G.T.U.
|3.||Environment Conservation & Hazard Management|
|4.||Engineering Chemistry (Group-2)|
|5.||Basic of Computer & Information Technology|
|6.||Fundamental of Mechanical Engineering|
|1.||Contributor Personality Development|
|2.||Advanced Mathematics (Group-1)|
|3.||Basic of Civil Engineering|
|4.||Basic Physics (Group-2)|
|5.||Basic Engineering Drawing|
|7.||Electrical Engineering Workshop Practice|
|2.||D C Machines & Transformers|
|4.||Electrical Power Generation|
|5.||Electronic Components & Circuits |
|1.||Polyphase Transformers & Rotating AC Machines|
|2.||Transmission & Distribution Of Electrical Power|
|3.||Utilization Of Electrical Energy|
|4.||Digital Electronics & Digital instruments|
|5.||Computer Aided Electrical Drawing And Simulation|
|1.||Electrical Installation & Maintenance|
|3.||Electrical Wiring, Estimation, Costing & Contracting|
|4.||Digital Electronics & Digital Instrument|
|5.||PCB Designing Tools|
|2.||Power Station Engineering|
|3.||Switchgear & Protection|
|4.||Microprocessor & Control System Component|
|5.||Electric Traction & Control (Elective)|
|6.||Power Electronics (Elective)|
|7.||Electrification of Building & Complexes (Elective)|
|8.||Power System Operation & Control (Elective)|