Course Overview

Equipping aspiring electrical engineers with innovation, expertise, and global leadership Skills.

Exploring Electrical & Electronics Engineering at Builders Engineering College

Experience innovative education with hands-on workshops, smart classrooms, and industry internships. Empowered faculty and strong industry ties ensure holistic development for global challenges.

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) curriculum blends theory and practice to equip students with the skills needed for designing, managing, and optimizing electrical systems and devices.

  • Core Courses: Covering circuit analysis, electromagnetism, and power systems.
  • Electronics and Digital Systems: Including semiconductor devices and microprocessor systems.
  • Specializations: Opportunities to specialize in areas like communication systems or renewable energy.
  • Laboratory Work: Hands-on experiments in circuits, electronics, and control systems.
  • Project-Based Learning: Engaging in individual or group projects to solve engineering problems.
  • Industry Exposure: Internships providing real-world experience in engineering environments.
  • Soft Skills Development: Training in communication, leadership, and professional ethics.
  • Capstone Projects: Culminating in design projects integrating interdisciplinary knowledge.

Why study Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Builders Engineering College?

Industry-Aligned Curriculum

Tailored courses meeting industry demands, ensuring graduates' relevance and employability in the electrical engineering sector.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

Access to cutting-edge labs, smart classrooms, and workshops enhancing hands-on learning experiences for students.

Expert Faculty and Industry Connections

Mentorship by experienced professors and strong ties with industry leaders facilitate comprehensive skill development and job placement.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering: Innovating Tomorrow's World

From powering cities to advancing communication, EEE encompasses designing, developing, and maintaining electrical systems, electronics, and devices. It's at the forefront of technological evolution, shaping industries from renewable energy to telecommunications and beyond.


Vision: To develop globally competent electrical and electronics engineering graduates with a strong commitment to social development and to engage in creative research and entrepreneurship


  • To offer quality education skills, and ethical values required for professional success.
  • To cultivate a culture of research and innovation, to address real-world concerns.
  • To positively impact on societies power and environmental issues advocating and using ethical solutions for sustainable development.

  • PEO1 : To gain a solid foundation in Electrical and Electronics Engineering to embark on a successful career with professional responsibility.
  • PEO2 : To broaden the ability to devise and develop novel solutions to engineering challenges in a collaborative environment.
  • PEO3 : To embrace leadership traits to accomplish professional goals while maintaining proper values and ethics.

  • PO 1 : Engineering knowledge – Apply the Mathematical knowledge and the basics of Science and Engineering to solve the problems pertaining to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.
  • PO 2 : Problem analysis – Identify and formulate Electrical and Electronics Engineering problems from research literature and be ability to analyze the problem using first principles of Mathematics and Engineering Sciences.
  • PO 3 : Design/development of solutions – Come out with solutions for the complex problems and to design system components or process that fulfil the particular needs taking into account public health and safety and the social, cultural and environmental issues.
  • PO 4 : Conduct investigations of complex problems – Draw well-founded conclusions applying the knowledge acquired from research and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information and to arrive at significant conclusion.
  • PO 5 : Modern tool usage – Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 6 : The Engineer and society – Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO 7 : Environment and sustainability – Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8 : Ethics – Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9 : Individual and team work – Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 10 : Communication – Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO 11 : Project management and finance – Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments
  • PO 12 : Life-Long Learning – Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

  • PSO1 : Employ engineering knowledge to identify, conceive, create, and solve complex engineering problems.
  • PSO2 : Use new cutting-edge technologies across all developing fields to compete in the global market.
  • PSO3 : Competence to implement technical advancements through use of modern tools to adapt to the swift pace of innovation.




years of study

  • Power Electronics and Drive Lab
  • AC and DC Machines Labs
  • Renewable Energy Lab
  • Control Systems Lab
  • Project Lab
  • Measurements & Instrumentation Labs
  • Power System Simulation Lab

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Profile
1 Dr.p.nammalvar Head of the Department View Profile
2 Dr.m.srinivasan COE View Profile
3 Vimalraj C Associate Professor View Profile
4 S.radhika Assistant Professor (Sr.Gr.) View Profile
5 Karthi V Assistant Professor (Sr.Gr.) View Profile
6 M.yuvarani Assistant Professor (O.G.) View Profile
7 Saranya R Assistant Professor View Profile
8 T.vinitha Assistant Professor View Profile

Partnerships for Progress: Bridging Academia and Industry

Builders Engineering College has established MOUs with renowned organizations and industry leaders, facilitating exclusive access to internships, projects, and cutting-edge technologies for our students. These partnerships enhance educational outcomes and career prospects, embedding practical industry insights directly into our curriculum.


Electrical Engineering Club

Builders Engineering College's Electrical Engineering Club is dedicated to building dreams by providing a platform for students to explore electrical systems, participate in technical challenges, and collaborate on innovative projects.

Enriching Expertise: Value-Added Courses in Electrical And Electronics Engineering

Builders Engineering College's B.E. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering nurtures dreams by providing in-depth knowledge and practical skills in electrical systems and electronics, shaping future engineers for the power and automation sectors.

Expanding Horizons: Connecting Students with Professional Bodies

To ensure our students stay at the forefront of industry and research developments, we actively encourage them to join highly reputed professional bodies. This engagement provides invaluable exposure to the latest advancements and networking opportunities in their fields.

CSI (Computer Society of India)
ICT Academy
Indian Concrete Institute (ICI)
Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)
Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)
Indian Geotechnical Society (IGS)
CSI (Computer Society of India)
National Cyber Safety and Security Standards (NCSSS)
ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education)
ICT Academy
IETE (The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers)
ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education)
IEI (The Institution of Engineers, India)
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)
ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education)
ISME (Indian Society of Mechanical Engineers)
SESI (Solar Energy Society of India)
IE(I) (Institution of Engineers, India)
IAENG (International Association of Engineers)
ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education)