School of Electrical Engineering
School of Electrical Engineering at MIT-World Peace University has the excellent technical infrastructure, faculty, and academic ambiance. One of our important objectives is to nurture the students to make them Industry ready by exposing them to the state-of-the-art technologies along with strong foundations of science and engineering. To accomplish the same, strong interface with Industry and research organizations such as Texas Instruments, Nvidia, IBM, KPIT, ATMEL, INTEL, Tata Elxsi, Agiliad, Jampot Photonics, Relyon Solar, ICTP, DRDO, CDAC, and many others is developed. The school has envisioned excellent placements and entrepreneurship opportunities for its students. Student-centric approach of the school encourages the pupils to participate in IEEE Student Branch, IETE Forum, clubs such as MERC, MARS, MASS. Currently, the School offers Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) in Electrical Engineering program with an intake of 60 students per annum.
To be recognized as a leader in Electrical Engineering education with a strong emphasis on social and professional values.
To produce quality Electrical Engineering graduates by providing them education with applied approach, cultivating the research skills, and imbibing social and professional values through creative learning environment.
B.Tech Electrical Engineering
In the present era of innovation, more than ever before opportunities and challenges have emerged for advancement in the field of electrical and power engineering. The market requirements, including those of customers and regulators, have changed along with development in ICT and Smart Grid Technologies. Due to automation, nowadays there is a need for connected devices that can be controlled and reconfigured remotely.
Microgrids: By 2020, emerging markets will offer the largest growth opportunity for microgrids, reducing the need for bulk transmission systems and creating new revenue streams for up to 25% of utilities worldwide in the form of microgrid as a service (MaaS).
Solar integration: By 2020, solar, the fastest-growing form of distributed power globally will replace 50% of existing distribution management systems by new advanced systems
Electric Vehicles: With electric vehicles expected to increase 150% in the next three years, the number of electricity utilities with business units for emobility services will have doubled by 2021.
Drones: By 2020, 50% of all electricity transmission and distribution utilities will be using drones to evaluate service lines, thus reducing asset and inspection costs drastically.