Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a rapidly expanding and one of the most sought-after disciplines of engineering. The evergreen branch of Electrical engineering expanded to the present day electrical and electronics engineering.
Computerization led to a situation where one had to use and understand the circuits and computerized devices in the electrical and electronic fields.
Electrical and electronics engineering basically deals with power. We already know power can be sourced from various forms like hydro, fuel, gas, solar, thermal, etc. It involves the use, storage, and generation of power and its resources.
In simple terms, “ Electrical and electronics engineering comprises the application and study of power and devices ”. The “Make in India” campaign launched by the Govt of India stresses the opportunities and potential of EEE.
Why is EEE called the source of power to engineering?
As you might know, mechanical engineering emerged during the industrial revolution of the 18th century of Europe. It took another century for EEE to be recognized as an identifiable occupation. Then we witnessed the commercialization of electronic telegraphs, telephones, electric power generation and distribution in the 19th century.
The latest trend is the usage and promotion of electric cars to cut off the threat of pollution. It has given a high boost to electrical and electronic engineers around the globe to push the capabilities and possibilities of this engineering discipline.
With a potential career in any engineering division, the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Trinity Engineering College aims to produce skillful and competent engineers who can further specialise from this evergreen branch to diverse fields like electric engines, batteries, power distribution, renewable energy and so on.