The School has many industry sponsored advanced laboratories for doing research. Schneider Electric, India and NxP Semiconductors, India, have established Centre of Excellence for students R&D activities under the guidance of faculty members and industry experts. Students regularly visit industries and significant places for learning. The school has signed MoUs with many foreign universities, research organizations and industries from where students get benefits for their R&D work / projects from the MoUs.
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The B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering program conceived with industry partners and ensure world-class facilities which provide students with the knowledge and technical expertise in a wide range of Electrical and Electronics domains which include latest research areas like Smart Grid, Power Electronics, Electric Vehicle etc. The electrical and electronics engineers are required in various core industries, IT companies and PSUs. Specifically, the students are placed in industries like Schneider Electric, Danfoss, ABB, Robert Bosch, GE, PGCIL, Honeywell, Tata Elxis, Nokia, Texas Instruments, Analog Devices, etc. Besides, the program enhances the creativity of the students to develop innovative projects and eventually results in novel products which help to starts their own company.
Owing to the adaption of Industry 4.0 and other automation technologies across the world and in India, the need and necessity of skilled Electronics & instrumentation engineers have always dominated the job markets. Right from R&D units to aerospace companies, pharmaceuticals, food industries, thermal power & steel plants, fertilizer plants, automobile industries, biomedical companies, refineries and cement plants in addition to the career as researcher. The courses in Electronics & Instrumentation are designed and updated regularly on the needs and requirements of the job market and provides in depth knowledge on sensing, processing, control and networking.