Electrical Engineering Department, SIT
The Department of Electrical Engineering was established during the inception of the institute in 1999. It took a pioneering role in establishing the undergraduate program in Electrical engineering. This Department has been actively engaged in teaching and research in its field. The major areas of faculty expertise include Power System, Control System, Power electronics & Electrical Drives, Nonconventional Energy Sources & Energy Management etc. The department has a team of experienced faculties from eminent institutions of our country Like Indian Institute of Technology (IIT’s), National Institute of Technology (NIT’s), Calcutta University (West Bengal), Jadavpur University (West Bengal), Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur (West Bengal). The B.Tech Electrical Engineering programme is conducted as per the syllabus prescribed by the West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata, which includes major subjects like Basic Electrical Engineering, Circuit Theory & Networks, Electrical Measurements, Electrical Machines, Control System, Electrical Drives, Power Systems, Power Electronics, Field Theory, Utilization of Electrical Energy, Nonconventional energy sources etc. The department also has a history of strong R&D base and it has produced a number of good students in Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
To emerge as a leading Department
of Electrical Engineering that
caters to the latest needs of
power sector, electrical & allied
industry in the region.
To evolve as an innovative &
globally competent Electrical
Engineering department that
contributes to the socio - economic
growth of region by utilizing the
advancement in Electrical Engineering
by providing conducive learning and interactive environment to students and faculty.
Electrical science has revealed to us the true nature of light, has provided us with innumerable appliances and instruments of precision, and has thereby vastly added to the exactness of our knowledge.
— Nikola Tesla
The electrical engineer has an enormous advantage over other engineers; everything lends itself to exact calculation, and a completed machine or any of its parts may he submitted to the most searching electrical and magnetic tests, since these tests, unlike those applied by other engineers, do not destroy the body tested.
Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.
— Alexander Graham Bell
A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.
— Albert Einstein