Electrical Engineering deals with the application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism towards developing and deploying production, generation, and distribution of electrical energy systems. Its scope continues to expand in India as per capita availability of energy is still very low in the country

Energy along with the environment are major areas of concern as well as of activities for human beings and their importance is not likely to come down in days to come. The activities in the area are dominated by the development of Intelligent Grids, Power and Grid Control Systems, High Voltage Systems, Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Management and Pollution issues etc.

The complexity of the field leads to the considerable scope of higher education and further specializations within or outside the country. The no. of programmes and the variety available from various institutions in the country is very large.

Much of the world does not separate electrical engineering from electronics engineering and that adds to additional possibilities of new careers at the intersection of two disciplines.



A composite B.Tech. programme of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is being started at Azad as well.
The undergraduate programme of Electrical engineering at Azad has received the NBA accreditation, signifying the quality of the programme and the availability of the necessary infrastructure and qualified faculty. This has been borne out by the fact that Students passing out from the Azad have found employment in organizations like TATA, Reliance, JP etc. besides getting into software organizations. (Apart from teaching and research, the faculties are actively involved in organizing technical workshops, camps and visits at the Industries to create an environment conducive to experiential learning.)


Power Systems Engineering is a core discipline and specializations are needed due complex responsibilities. It can be easily seen that apart from technological and analytical skills knowledge about public policy and social needs is also needed to carry out projects. Course work at Azad heavily relies on simulation activities to develop the propositions.

The M. Tech. program is of four semester duration. First and second semesters are entirely coursework oriented. Third and fourth semester involves research and thesis work. A sound theoretical and practical work prepares the students in wider field of Electrical Engineering to take up challenging jobs.