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(DEE) | Diploma In Electrical Engineering.

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Welcome to the Diploma in Electrical Engineering (DEE) program page at GE Group of Institutions. Our DEE program is designed to provide students with a comprehensive education in electrical engineering, preparing them for rewarding careers in various industries. Here’s an overview of what our DEE program offers:

Specialization

  1. Power Systems Engineering:

    • Specializing in power systems engineering focuses on the generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization of electrical power.
    • Students learn about power generation technologies, electrical grid systems, power system protection, high voltage engineering, and energy management.
  2. Control Systems Engineering:

    • Specializing in control systems engineering involves the study of systems that regulate and control the behavior of dynamic systems.
    • Students learn about feedback control theory, digital control systems, PID controllers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and industrial automation.
  3. Electronics and Communication Engineering:

    • Specializing in electronics and communication engineering focuses on the design, analysis, and implementation of electronic circuits and communication systems.
    • Students study analog and digital electronics, microelectronics, communication systems, signal processing, and wireless technologies.
  4. Renewable Energy Systems:

    • Specializing in renewable energy systems involves the study of alternative energy sources such as solar, wind, hydro, and biomass.
    • Students learn about renewable energy technologies, energy conversion systems, grid integration, and sustainable energy practices.
  5. Instrumentation and Control Engineering:

    • Specializing in instrumentation and control engineering focuses on the design and implementation of measurement and control systems.
    • Students learn about sensors and transducers, data acquisition systems, process control instrumentation, and industrial automation.
  6. Electrical Machine Design:

    • Specializing in electrical machine design involves the study of the design, analysis, and optimization of electrical machines such as motors, generators, and transformers.
    • Students learn about electromagnetic principles, machine modeling, design considerations, and performance optimization.
  7. Power Electronics and Drives:

    • Specializing in power electronics and drives focuses on the study of electronic devices and circuits used in power conversion and motor control applications.
    • Students learn about power semiconductor devices, converter topologies, motor drives, and power quality issues.
  8. Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Simulation:

    • Specializing in CAD and simulation involves the use of computer software tools for the design, analysis, and simulation of electrical systems and components.
    • Students learn about CAD software packages, simulation techniques, modeling methods, and virtual prototyping.
Faculty Expertise

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Faculty Expertise

  1. Industry Experience: Many of our faculty members have extensive experience working in various sectors of the electrical engineering industry, including power generation, transmission and distribution, electronics manufacturing, automation, and telecommunications. Their real-world experience allows them to share practical insights, industry best practices, and case studies with students, enriching their learning experience.

  2. Academic Qualifications: Our faculty members hold advanced degrees in electrical engineering or related fields from reputable institutions. They have undergone rigorous academic training and research, gaining expertise in specialized areas such as power systems, control systems, electronics, instrumentation, renewable energy, and more. Their academic qualifications ensure that they are well-equipped to deliver high-quality instruction and mentorship to students.

  3. Teaching Excellence: Our faculty members are passionate educators committed to providing students with a supportive and engaging learning environment. They employ innovative teaching methods, interactive lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on experiments to reinforce theoretical concepts and enhance student understanding. They also foster critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and teamwork among students through collaborative projects and discussions.

  4. Research and Publications: Many of our faculty members are actively engaged in research and scholarly activities in their respective fields of expertise. They contribute to the advancement of knowledge in electrical engineering through publications in peer-reviewed journals, conference presentations, and participation in research projects. Their research endeavors not only enhance their own expertise but also bring cutting-edge insights and developments into the classroom.

  5. Professional Development: Our faculty members are committed to continuous professional development and lifelong learning. They stay updated on the latest advancements, trends, and technologies in the field of electrical engineering through participation in workshops, seminars, conferences, and industry collaborations. Their dedication to staying current ensures that students receive up-to-date and relevant instruction aligned with industry standards and practices.

  6. Student Support and Mentorship: Our faculty members are deeply invested in the success and well-being of their students. They provide personalized attention, academic advising, and mentorship to help students navigate their academic journey, explore career options, and achieve their goals. They serve as role models, inspirations, and sources of encouragement for students, fostering a supportive learning community within the institution.

Curriculum

The curriculum for the Diploma in Electrical Engineering (DEE) program at GE Group of Institutions is carefully designed to provide students with a comprehensive education in electrical engineering, covering both theoretical concepts and practical applications. The program equips students with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to succeed in various sectors of the electrical engineering industry. Here’s an overview of the curriculum:

First Year:

  1. Mathematics I
  2. Engineering Physics
  3. Engineering Chemistry
  4. Computer Programming
  5. Basic Electrical Engineering
  6. Engineering Drawing
  7. Workshop Practice

Second Year:

  1. Mathematics II
  2. Electrical Circuit Analysis
  3. Electrical Machines
  4. Electronics Devices and Circuits
  5. Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation
  6. Power System Basics
  7. Digital Electronics

Third Year:

  1. Electrical Power Generation and Transmission
  2. Control Systems
  3. Power Electronics
  4. Electrical Estimation and Costing
  5. Industrial Automation
  6. Renewable Energy Systems
  7. Project Work and Industrial Training

Electives (Optional):

Students may have the option to choose elective courses based on their interests and career goals. Elective courses may include:

  1. High Voltage Engineering
  2. Electrical Machine Design
  3. Advanced Control Systems
  4. Smart Grid Technologies
  5. Microcontroller and Embedded Systems

Practical Training:

Practical training is an integral part of the DEE program. Students have access to well-equipped laboratories and workshops where they can work on electrical circuits, machines, and systems. Laboratory sessions allow students to conduct experiments, troubleshoot electrical problems, and design electrical systems, enhancing their practical skills and understanding of electrical engineering principles.

Industry-Relevant Projects:

Throughout the program, students work on industry-relevant projects that simulate real-world engineering challenges. These projects encourage teamwork, problem-solving, and innovation while providing students with hands-on experience in designing, building, and testing electrical systems and devices.

Internship and Industrial Training:

During their final year of study, students are required to undertake internships and industrial training in electrical engineering firms, manufacturing companies, power plants, or research institutions. These internships provide students with hands-on experience working on live projects under the guidance of industry professionals, allowing them to apply their classroom learning in a professional setting and gain valuable industry exposure.



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