Our Impact

The gadgets and systems we use every day are improved by electrical and electronic engineers, who are at the forefront of practical technology. We innovate to address the communication, technological, and energy needs of society, from solar energy systems to mobile phones.

Power generation, transportation, medicine, quantum information, computing, artificial intelligence (AI), cryptography, communications—the list is endless—all depend on electricity to function today. What separates electrical from electronic technology then? Simply put, while electronic engineers design the electronic equipment we use every day, electrical engineers deal with the supply and flow of power.

Electrical engineering focuses on producing, distributing, storing, and transmitting electricity. It also develops large-scale power distribution and control systems, as well as high-voltage applications with powerful currents. Electronic engineering focuses on the design, development, testing, and integration of electrical circuits and components into computer hardware and systems. This includes circuits with low-voltage applications, decision-making capabilities, computation, robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and communications.

Both disciplines emphasise practical applications. This course is for you if you enjoy maths and physics and are fascinated by technology and its potential to improve society.

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Sector – 43, Aravalli Hills, Delhi – Surajkund Road, Faridabad – 121004, (Haryana), India