EEE (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

EEE (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)



EEE Lab
Mission and Vision of the Program

The Department’s vision is more of a “learning institution’’ than a mere “teaching institution. It is not a “teaching shop”; obviously the focus is more on knowledge than mere skills. The faculty is individuals who are deep researchers qualified to write and critique contemporary textbooks in the area they teach; obviously they do not teach to a “fixed syllabus”. They “design” the courses taking into account current trends and the student background so as to blend what is collectively taught across different courses into a cohesive body of knowledge that prepares the students not just for to day but to take on the developments that are likely to take place years ahead. What is laid in the courses is a solid foundation that prepares the individual student to pursue academic or industrial career with rigor and innovation which is the prime mission of the program. The lectures are supplemented by tutorials and self-reading ( both individually and in groups) as well as projects. It is not sufficient to pick up what is taught in the class or written in the textbooks; it is important to understand, assimilate and demonstrate the individual and collective ability to apply the knowledge to a research / application environment. This is what sets apart our University from the rest of the institutions.

 

Goal

The Department’s vision is more of a “learning institution’’ than a mere “teaching institution. It is not a “teaching shop”; obviously the focus is more on knowledge than mere skills. The faculty is individuals who are deep researchers qualified to write and critique contemporary textbooks in the area they teach; obviously they do not teach to a “fixed syllabus”. They “design” the courses taking into account current trends and the student background so as to blend what is collectively taught across different courses into a cohesive body of knowledge that prepares the students not just for to day but to take on the developments that are likely to take place years ahead. What is laid in the courses is a solid foundation that prepares the individual student to pursue academic or industrial career with rigor and innovation which is the prime mission of the program. The lectures are supplemented by tutorials and self-reading ( both individually and in groups) as well as projects. It is not sufficient to pick up what is taught in the class or written in the textbooks; it is important to understand, assimilate and demonstrate the individual and collective ability to apply the knowledge to a research / application environment. This is what sets apart our University from the rest of the institutions.

Objectives

  1. Provide a basic knowledge of electrical engineering principles along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science, computing, and engineering fundamentals.
  2. Develop the basic skills needed to perform and design experimental projects. Develop the ability to formulate problems and projects and to plan a process for solution taking advantage of diverse technical knowledge and skills.
  3. Develop the ability to organize and present information and to have operational skill in writing and speaking English.
  4. Provide sufficient breadth and depth for successful subsequent graduate study, post-graduate study, or lifelong learning programs.
  5. Provide an appreciation for the broad spectrum of issues arising in professional practice, including teamwork, leadership, safety, ethics, service, economics, and professional organizations

ACADEMIC POLICIES AND PROGRAMES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A candidate having at least 12-years schooling from relevant discipline can apply for undergraduate admission, if s/she can satisfy any of the following conditions:

  1. S/he has a minimum GPA of 2.5 at both SSC and HSC levels.
  2. S/he has a GPA of less than 2.5 at SSC or HSC level, but the combined GPA at both levels is at least 6.0
  3. S/he is a ward of freedom fighter(s), and the combined GPA at SSC and HSC levels is at least 5.0
  4. S/he has a minimum GPA of 2.5 in four subjects at “O” level and 2.5 in two subjects at “A” level in the scale of A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 and E=1
  5. S/he must have Physics and Mathematics in the Pre-University Level
  6. In case of Diploma students, all the above policies are applicable. In addition, S/he must have Bengali and English in the Diploma level.

Category of Courses

Sl. No.

Course

 

Category

Sign

Number

Credit

1.

Engineering

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Core

EEE

30

37

78

18

Elective

7

Others

Computer Science and Engineering

CSE

6

9

15

Mechanical Engineering

ME

2

Civil Engineering

CE

1

2.

Science

Basic Science

Physics

PHY

6

8

18

Chemistry

CHEM

2

Others

Mathematics

MATH

5

5

15

3.

Humanities

Literature

English

HUM

4

8

16

Others

Fundamentals of Economics

1

Engineering Ethics

1

Industrial Management

1

Financial and Managerial Acounting

1

Total

67

160