The curricula are designed to provide a challenging assortment of courses that will command the attention of the students, and yet be delivered in a method and at a pace that will permit the committed student to achieve success, i.e., to graduate. In addition to preparing students to apply their knowledge and skills, these curricula develop the right attitude to attain a specific ability for the profession to deliver. Delivery of the curriculum will engage the students in an active learning process, in which their critical thinking and problem-solving skills will continue to be refined. In addition to coursework specific to ethics and regulatory laws, these topics will be woven into other courses where appropriate.
Curriculum Laboratory- Adequate number of Labs are there for different courses of different departments. Research Laboratory- Research on several topics such as robotics, automation, power grid are conducted with the help of research library.
Books- Currently the library contains almost 1200 books of different writers in different Engineering fields. The Department Library can be used by the students any time during the working hours of the department.
The Club for all students of the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering! It has its hand in a host of student activities especially for EEE students, ranging from games to large-scale events such as Engineering Show, a must-see students' final-year projects exhibition and the Annual Graduation Party. As EEE students are generally also in sports, the club also holds events such as Cricket and Football competition, Science competitions. Besides these, other interesting events include the volunteering and Community Service. Club members enjoy the privilege of borrowing games, sports equipment and technical equipment. As EEE club members, students get to do more than just studies, and become well-rounded students.
The main objectives of EEE Club are-
-To promote the education and practice of electrical and electronic engineering education at home and abroad
-To engage its members in various EEE related activities
-To exchange and share ideas and views among the club members.
-To culture the knowledge and skill of the club members
There are four categories of the Memberships of the EEE Club, such as, General Member, Executive Member, Alumni Member and Life Member. Membership will be given upon the payment of appropriate amount of membership fee and upon recommendation from the Club Chair.
General Membership fee is of TK100/= (Taka hundred only) per year. Alumni Membership fee is TK200/= (Taka two hundred only) per year. Life Membership fee is of TK1,000/= (Taka one thousand only) one time. Membership fee may be re-fixed time to time by the Club’s Governing Board if it becomes necessary. If anyone is removed from the club on any disciplinary ground or 'vote of no confidence' then his Membership fee will be forfeited.
To create potential engineers & technologists for development and sustainable growth in Power, Electronics, Control, Automation and Communication sectors leading to wealth and welfare of Humanity.
To become an internationally acclaimed Department for advancement of knowledge & technologies in the field of Electrical Engineering by 2025.