Established in 1958 the Electrical Department currently offers B.E. in Electrical Engineering with an annual intake of 48 students, M.E. full time and part time in Control Systems Engineering and Power Systems Engineering,Instrumentation (Opening soon).The staff members, research students, and senior post-graduate students, are actively engaged in the research in the areas of Pattern Recognition, Computational Neuroscience, Fuzzy Logic Controllers, Power System Security, Handwritten Character Recognition, Computer Modeling and Analysis of EGC signals. In these subjects, research papers are regularly published in international and national journals and conferences. The Department has organized several symposia, national conferences, and a winter school for engineering college teachers in these areas. The department has completed projects sponsored by AICTE under the MODROB, TAPTEC and R&D schemes, and those sponsored by other agencies.