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Electrical and Electronics Engineering in BVRIT:






  • The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department in BVRIT, established in 1997 with an intake of 40.
  • Increased intake to '60' in the year 2001. 
  • Granted provisional accreditation for Three years for the period 10.02.2009 to 10.02.2012.
  • Granted provisional accreditation for Two years for the period 08.11.2013 to 08.11.2015.
  • Granted provisional accreditation for Three years for the period 01.05.2017 to 01.05.2020.
  • Granted provisional accreditation for Three years for the period 01.07.2022 to 30.06.2025.
  • JNTUH recognized the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering as Research Centre for the period of 3 years from 2022-2025.


Name of the Program Intake
B.Tech-Electrical and Electronics Engineering 60
M.Tech-Electrical Power Systems 18
M.Tech-Electric Vehicle Technology 18


The EEE curriculum emphasizes both depth and breadth within the sub-disciplines of Electrical Engineering.  All students will specialize in Electronic circuits and devices while being provided the opportunity explore Signals and systems theory, Electrical Machines, Control Systems, Power systems, Power Electronics, Integrated Circuits, Energy Systems, Computer software and hardware, as well as mechanical, biological, and environmental systems.  Through this coursework, students also gain experience in the Engineering design process, the Engineering activity that requires creative synthesis as well as analysis.

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, has been so structured, in terms of experienced staff and excellent laboratory facilities, as to equip the students with knowledge of cutting edge technologies and provide them adequate hands-on experience through laboratory work, innovative projects in Industry and Research Establishments, seminars/workshops and so on.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) has long played a critical role in undergirding innovations that improve the quality of life, support economic growth, and address societal problems.  Its emergence as a separate field of study in the late 19th century paralleled, and was responsive to, the large-scale introduction of telegraphy and electrical lighting. Electrical engineering has continued to play a pivotal role in power and energy distribution, communications, and computation, even as the power-carrying channels have evolved from heavy metal cables to nano wires or optical fibers; the networks of communications have evolved from wires to wireless to neurons; and the basic electrical switches have evolved from vacuum tubes to transistors to carbon nano-tubes.  The essential technologies that connect society: mobile phones, laptops, wireless communications, downloaded videos, light-emitting diodes, electronic displays, “smart” power grids, and rapidly evolving systems for monetary transactions are all evidence of the impact of innovation in electrical engineering.

Electrical engineering deals with the study and application of physics and mathematics combined with elements of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism to both large and small scale systems to process information and transmit energy. It covers a wide range of sub-fields, including electronics, digital computers, power engineering, telecommunications, control systems, RF engineering, and signal processing.

Electricity is integral to modern life - power generation, transport, medicine, quantum information, computing, artificial intelligence, cryptography, communications, the list is endless. So what distinguishes electrical from electronic? Put simply, electrical engineers deal with the supply and flow of power; electronic engineers create the electronic devices we use every day.

Electrical engineering is about harnessing electricity:

  • Producing, delivering storing and transmitting it
  • Large-scale systems to distribute and control power
  • Circuits where electricity flows from one point to another
  • High-voltage applications with heavy currents

Electronic engineering is about electrical circuits and components:

  • Creating, designing and testing them
  • Integrating them into computer hardware and systems
  • Circuits that process, and have decision-making capabilities
  • Low-voltage applications and with low-strength current
  • Robotics, AI, computation, communications

"Both fields focus on real-world applications. If you are excited by maths and science, love technology and its potential benefits for society, this is the course for you."

  1. Always in demand: The technology sector grew rapidly in the last decades and so did the demand for those who create, understand and develop electrical control systems, which means good job opportunities for you after graduation.
  2. High salaries: As an electrical engineer, you will begin your career higher on the salary ladder than social science graduates.
  3. Future technologies: Electrical engineering is at the forefront of developing new technologies for a number of industries including those of transport, healthcare, construction and robotics.

  • Courses in electrical engineering will teach students how the industry works, equipping them with the engineering skills necessary to design, assess and improve electrical systems.
  • After learning the foundations, students can specialise in their chosen area of interest (examples include power generation and supply, communications and media, and robotic systems). The courses comprise laboratory work, tutorials, lectures, project work in groups and as individuals.
  • It is often recommended that students graduating with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering go on to work before moving on to a master’s study. By doing so, bachelor degree holders obtain real-world practical experience. This can also be done during undergraduate studies via internships, or projects.

Graduates with a degree in Electrical engineering go on to pursue careers in energy, construction, manufacturing, transport, telecommunications, engineering and computing. Dependent on the stage of your career, or project phase, electrical engineers can work in various locations, whether that be in laboratories, offices, and building sites.


To achieve excellence in undergraduate education, meaningful & innovative research and service dedicated to advancing the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. 


  • To pursue excellence in electrical and electronics engineering education and research by providing positive and professional, high quality, relevant education using latest technology and educational techniques.
  • To enable student's skills to effectively communicate, analyze, create, and link knowledge in the multi-disciplinary fields, with the emphasis on quantitative approaches and methods.
  • To inspire student community to work in cohesion, that exemplifies the core and ethical values for the purpose of improving and developing systems that solve complex problems including, analytical, design and research skills for their career growth.
  • To involve itself with technology oriented expertise and also to contribute to the social uplift of the society.



PEO-1: To develop the concepts of electrical and electronics engineering in design and product realization to meet the needs of industry and organizations.

PEO-2: To demonstrate their ability to work effectively as a responsible professional in a team and as an individual.

PEO-3: To have an understanding of the importance of life-long learning and professional development with a background that allows in pursuing advanced studies in electrical and electronics engineering or related fields.


Engineering Graduates will be able to:

Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design interpretation of data, and synthesis of the of experiments, analysis and information to provide valid conclusions.

Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

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.

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.

Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

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.

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.

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.


PSO-1: Engineering graduates can explore knowledge of electrical & electronics engineering in core as well as multidisciplinary areas in innovative, dynamic and challenging environment, for the research based teamwork.

PSO-2: Engineering graduates can provide hands on experience in the fields of Non-conventional and Renewable Energies.


  • Best-in-class infrastructure and faculty profile
  • Curriculum is designed to facilitate students in pursuing higher education in India and abroad
  • Strong industry interface with leading companies like Schneider Electric, BHEL, etc.
  • Placements offered by various core companies
  • Active participation in consultancy, testing and research work.


  • Lighting & Energy Studies.
  • Power & Control Systems.
  • Power Electronics & Drives.
  • Solar PV Cells/Modules Testing.
  • Consultancy services in implementing solar PV projects.
  • Electric Vehicle’s (EV) design and development.


The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, BVRIT offers the following programs:

  • B.Tech - Electrical & Electronics Engineering with an intake of 120.
  • M.Tech – Electrical Power Systems with an intake of 18.
  • M. Tech – Power Engineering and Energy Systems with an intake of 18.


The EEE Alumni continue to network with their Alma mater, the EEE Dept of BVRIT, from their work place(s) in India and abroad. While most of them are employed in reputed Industries/Companies such as Infosys, Satyam, Wipro, CTS, TCS, GENCO, TRANSCO, NRSA, Philips Lighting Electronics, North America etc, others are pursuing their higher studies in reputed educational institutions/Universities in India and abroad.

List the Names of top eight most renowned Alumni of the Department along with Organizations.

S. No.

Name of the Alumni

Year of Study

Current Designation




Director Product Marketing, Osram, Sylvania




Lead Packing Engineer, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, USA




Research Associate, Florence school of Regulation, Robert Schuman Centre, EUI




Program Manager & Principle Consultant, Infosys Limited




Scientist/Engineer ”SD”, ISRO Satellite Centre,  Banglore




Electrical Design Engineer, Focus PDM, Dr Menlo Park, CA 94025, USA




Executive Engineer, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited




Assistant Manager, NTPC Limited




R&D Engineer, RenewSys India Pvt Ltd




Entrepreneur (solar PV projects)