The branch of Electrical Engineering is primarily concerned with the application of electricity in all of its forms. However, a fine lacuna exists between electrical and electronics engineering. The divergence stems from the relative magnitude of electric currents involved in the respective sub-divisions. Some of the most famous electrical engineers to have ever lived are Nikola Tesla, Claude Shannon, Alexander Graham Bell, Jack Kilby, George Westinghouse, et cetera. The aforementioned names are significantly responsible for shaping the future of the Electrical and Electric Power Industry, into how we see it today.

Our world is so greatly dependent upon electricity now, that its significance is pivotal. Hence, the decision to pursue electrical engineering could really prove prudent. Astoundingly, the demand for electrical engineers in our world is growing at an exponential rate. Electric cars are now being preferred, in fact, it’s almost promisingly rampant. The minds behind all such inventions are electrical engineers. It is such a marvel to witness how electrical engineering is revolutionizing the world, and it is so because more scholars are now taking interest in the domain. It can barely be argued how rewarding the career is, not to mention the beneficence to humankind.

Some classifications and divisions of the parent discipline are as follows:

  1. Power Engineering
  2. Electronic Engineering
  3. Telecommunication Engineering
  4. Instrumentation Engineering
  5. Control System Engineering

, et cetera

Electrical Engineering at DIT University**

The School of Engineering & Technology at DIT University is one of the top ECE colleges in Dehradun. The Department of Electrical, Electronics & Communication Engineering offers the following courses in electronics and communication engineering:

  1. B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering
  2. B.Tech in Electrical Engineering
  3. M.Tech in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in Power Systems
  4. Ph.D. in Electronics & Communication Engineering
  5. Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering

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The Department has also catered for specialized labs and facilities to enhance practical training and learning. Some of them are as follows:

  1. Power System Lab
  2. Control System Lab
  3. Electric Drives Lab
  4. Computer & Simulation Lab
  5. Photonic Sensors
  6. PCB Design & Fabrication

, et cetera

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