Electrical Engineers have traditionally been responsible for generation and supply of power. In addition to this they also design, develop, test and supervise manufacture of various electrical equipments like motors, machinery controls, communication systems and power generation, control and transmission devices used by electric utilities. The Electrical engineers also design lighting systems in buildings, automobiles and aircrafts.
Electronic Engineers primarily deal with applications of electricity to control systems and signal processing. With the increasing applications of control technology it has become essential to be knowledgeable about analogue and digital circuits, microprocessors, digital signal processing and programming languages. The four year B.E. program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering seeks to supplement the traditional knowledge base of Electrical Engineer by addition of relevant course of Electronic Engineering.
The following are the laboratories for EEE course: