SSN Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Established in 1996, the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of SSNCE with 30 faculty members and 560 students works closely together in an open, collegial atmosphere. With Anna University's curriculum, the Department places equal emphasis on theoretical and experimental electrical and electronics engineering.
The Department has been accredited by NBA (National Board of Accreditation). The EEE Department has been organizing many symposia, guest lectures and the IEEE Chapter meetings. The Department's facilities include standard laboratories and a seminar hall. So far 65% of the eligible current final year under graduate students have been placed in various reputed companies through campus selection.
The Head Of the Department is Dr.V.Kamaraj The department is also fortunate in having the services of Dr.B.L.Mathur, who has45 years of teaching experience and has written many books in the field of Engineering which are used as textbooks in colleges around the world.And also the services of Dr.Arumugam,an ex-hod of CEG,guindy who has a vast experience in the field of electrical machinery.
Programmes run by the Department are:
• B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
• M.E. Power Electronics and Drives
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