Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

The contribution of electrical engineering to modern society is a fact underlying a large number of products and services. Most modern appliances are electrically powered. Moreover, services such as global communications and large computing facilities are electronically-based. At present, equipment used in medical diagnosis and treatment relying on electrical engineering principles is finding widening applications. In addition to these examples, electrical engineering concepts deriving from such disciplines as control theory and information theory have had applications in economics, management, physiology, energy, and bio-medicine.

Many of the products and services utilized all over the world are based on the work of electrical engineers. The availability of electric power for domestic and industrial use, the extensive, fast and reliable communications, and the large computational capacity achieved with modern computers are only some examples of the contributions of electrical engineers to human advancement. In addition to this, contributions by electrical engineers to the development of concepts in signals and systems, communications, simulation, analysis and control are applied in areas such as economics, management, psychology, and physiology.


To be globally known for skillful graduates and quality research with focus on national needs.


  • Imparting profound knowledge in the areas of electrical engineering.
  • Enriching graduates with technical and soft skills to take up leading role in the society.
  • Producing high quality research with focus on energy-related challenges.