Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was established at the Cambridge Institute of Technology in 2007 right at the time of inception of the college. Our graduates are employable in almost every technology-based industry: automotive, electric power, space and aerospace, steel and materials, bioengineering, robotics and manufacturing.

The Department runs an undergraduate program “Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)” . The Department currently has full fledged, well experienced teaching staff and about 180 undergraduate students. We have all the laboratories with all necessary equipment and facilities for supporting our teaching and co-curricular activities.

The mission of the Department is to produce the highest quality of graduates to serve the society, and to conduct leading-edge research. To this end, we strive for excellence in teaching, research and professional services.

Vision & Mission


To illuminate the world by empowering the students of electrical & electronics engineering by imparting relevant domain knowledge and inculcating the necessary skills to face global challenges.


M1: Attract and retain competent faculty and support staff, and create state-of-the-art infrastructure to impart quality education and to support research.

M2: Adopt tertiary approach in teaching – learning pedagogy that transforms students to become competent technocrats and managers.

M3: Nurture and train the students to develop the qualities of global professionals.

PEOs , POs and PSOs


PSO1: Identify, formulate & solve Electrical, Electronics and Computing problems.

PSO2: Analyze, investigate and design Control systems, Electrical Machines, Power systems and work on multidisciplinary projects.

PSO3: Use transformation techniques and implement software solutions to design, simulate and analyze Electrical and Electronics systems.

hod's message

Dr. S.Sridhar
B.E., M.Tech Ph.D
Professor and HOD

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was established at Cambridge Institute of Technology in 2007 right from the time of inception of the college. The department has a sanctioned student intake of 60, and is permanently affiliated to VTU, Belagavi. The department has been accolade with NBA accreditation, along with NAAC, ISO and UGC 2f certification.  The department is supported by well experienced and qualified faculties along with highly skilled technical staff.

In resonance with the vision of the department, we endeavor to impart quality education and to inculcate the skills to make our students employable. During the process of formal education, the department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering strives to provide small traits that may make our students to rise to the level of global professionals. Equal emphasis is laid in fostering and working on many talents of our students for holistic development.

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has redefined the teaching- learning process to new heights by integrating conventional teaching with experiential learning. The latter focuses on flipped class room, cohort based learning, theme based projects, capstone projects and it is envisaged that the students trained in the department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering will illuminate the world, not only in their domain area, but also to address the societal issues.

The department regularly conducts workshops, seminars, industrial visits and invited lectures to keep the students and staff updated with the latest developments. The department also invites projects from industries to be implemented by the students and faculty. Our students have been placed in top software and core companies with the support of the placement cell. Some of our students have enrolled for higher studies in reputed national and international institutions.

Good Industry-Academia interaction for the benefit of the students,which Facilitates exposure to the outside world through workshops,industrial visits,internships,value-added certified courses and projects.