To produce globally acceptable electrical engineers through technical education and research for the benefit of society.



• To provide quality education in the field of electrical engineering.
• To contribute in recent technological advancement to meet the need of Industry and society.


Dr. M. A. Baig

Head, Department of Electrical (Electronics and Power) Engineering,

The Department of Electrical Engineering at MGICOET offers a vibrant environment for Under Graduate (BE) and Post Graduate (ME) education in Electrical Engineering. The vision of the department is to produce globally acceptable Electrical engineers through technical education and research for the benefit of society.

The Department is, running UG program in Electrical (Electronics and Power) and PG program in Electrical Power Systems. The Department has well qualified staff. The Department has adequately equipped laboratories like Basic Electrical lab, Electrical Machines lab, Switchgear and Protection lab, Network Analysis lab, Control System lab and Project lab to meet the curriculum. The lab facilities are timely upgraded to provide opportunities for the students to learn and innovate. 

 The department is always enthusiastic in conducting various courses, Expert lectures and workshops for the faculty and students to permeate advances in technology. All undergraduate and postgraduate students thereby get full opportunity to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities leading to a holistic personality development.

The department is committed to advancement of the frontiers of knowledge in Electrical Engineering and to provide the students with a stimulating and rewarding learning experience.

Electrical Department is a place where faculty and students come together to develop new ideas and projects, but teaching remains our primary focus. As our Electrical Engineering student population continues to grow and graduate to take up positions in various companies and institutions, we see the Electrical Department Mission Statement as a vitally important part of our department structure.