The Electrical Engineering Group aims to provide a solid core based on Electromagnetics and Power electronics which form the basis of Electrical Machines, Power and distribution and generation and electric power transformation. The core also includes exposure courses to Solar, Wind and Fuel cell electric power management and plasma electric systems. The courses have an integrated outlook including Electrical Power, Electronics Hardware and software and firmware. You are, of course, allowed to take courses from other groups some of which will count as core courses towards a major in EE. The group also strives to provide enough industrial practices in the above areas. Electives are made available in the above areas and some of the electives have been specially designed keeping in mind modern industry practices. Thus, you will be able to take electives in power metering, Solar PV cell generated power generation and networking, Manufacturing of cables, Switch gear design, Electric Panel Design, Electric Motor design and manufacturing, modern materials in Electrical Eng., Power over Ethernet, etc.
As per the Glocal philosophy each of the courses offered have a rich backup of experimental and project work. Student groups will be guided to work out projects and find solutions using Glocal's Lab and workshop facilities. These could range from finding better ways to meter, to comparing HVDC with HVAC transmission etc. The outcome of the set of courses offered by this group is to make an engineer who can work in the areas of Electrical Power and machines in various functions from Design to operation to management and to Transmission and distribution apart from other fields which will open up in the future. The Glocal educated Electrical Engineer will have a sound foundation in theory, be a thoroughly practical experimental engineer who is aware of current practices.