The BE EEE syllabus is structured over eight semesters and focuses on topics such as Electric Circuits, Control Systems, Analog Electronics, Electrical Measurements, Transmission Systems, and more. The BE EEE course curriculum includes a combination of core subjects, elective offerings, practical/laboratory sessions, internships, and projects.
The core BE EEE subjects deal with important topics such as Circuit Theory, Power Electronics, Electromagnetic Theory, Power Systems, High Voltage Engineering, etc. The elective subjects focus on crucial topics such as Advanced Control Systems, Robotics, Communication Engineering, Computer Architecture, Smart Grid, and more.
Students gain practical experience with laboratory experiments and practical sessions that utilize software tools and lab equipment for various experiments and tests. In addition, industrial training and internships provide students with opportunities to work with leading companies in the electrical engineering field.
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The B.E EEE syllabus spans four years and is generally the same across institutions in India. However, there may be minor variations in the structure of the curriculum depending on institutions. The BE EEE semester wise syllabus followed by most institutions in India is given in the sections below.
The BE Electrical and Electronics Engineering syllabus for 1st year deals with basic concepts such as Engineering Physics, Circuit Theory, Civil and Mechanical Engineering, etc. Below listed is the BE EEE Engineering 1st year syllabus.
Semester I 
Semester II 
Communicative English 
Technical English 
MathematicsI 
Mathematics  II 
Engineering PhysicsI 
Engineering PhysicsII 
Engineering Chemistry 
Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering 
Problem Solving and Python Programming 
Circuit Theory 
Engineering Graphics 
Environmental Studies 
Practical / Lab Work 
Practical / Lab Work 
Practical Topics For BE EEE Syllabus 1st Year
The practical topics for the BE EEE 1st year syllabus are listed below.
The BE EEE subjects 2nd year focuses on topics such as Electromagnetism, Control Systems, Electrical Machines, etc. The EEE Engineering syllabus 2nd year is listed in the table below.
Semester III 
Semester IV 
Transforms & Partial Differential Equations 
Numerical Methods 
Digital Logic Circuits 
Electrical Machines – II 
Electromagnetic Theory 
Transmission & Distribution 
Electrical Machines – I 
Measurements & Instrumentation 
Electron Devices and Circuits 
Linear Integrated Circuits & Applications 
Power Plant Engineering 
Control Systems 
Practical / Lab Work 
Practical / Lab Work 
Practical Topics for BE EEE Syllabus 2nd Year
The practical topics for the BE EEE 2nd year syllabus are given below.
The BE syllabus of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in the third year deals with topics such as Power Electronics, Signal Processing, Embedded Systems, etc. The fourthyear BE Electronics and Electrical Engineering syllabus is provided in the table below.
Semester V 
Semester VI 
Power System Analysis 
Solid State Drives 
Power Electronics 
Protection and Switchgear 
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers 
Embedded Systems 
Digital Signal Processing 
Advanced Control System / Design of Electrical Apparatus / Power Systems Stability 
Object Oriented Programming 
Principles of Robotics / Special Electrical Machines / Communication Engineering 
Practical / Lab Work 
Practical / Lab Work 
Practical Topics for BE EEE Syllabus 3rd Year
The BE EEE 3rd year syllabus practical topics are given below.
The fourthyear BE EEE Engineering syllabus focuses on topics such as Renewable Energy, System Operations, High Voltage Engineering, and more. Listed below is the BE EEE 4th year syllabus.
Semester VII 
Semester VIII 
High Voltage Engineering 
Power Systems Dynamics / SMPS and UPS / Principles of Management 
Power System Operation and Control 
Microcontroller Based System Design / Smart Grid / Nano Science 
Renewable Energy Systems 
Practical / Lab Work 
Disaster Management / Operations Research / Fibre Optics and Laser Instrumentation 
Project Work 
Computer Architecture / VLSI Design / Total Quality Management 
 
Practical / Lab Work 
 
Practical Topics for BE EEE Syllabus 4th Year
Listed below are the practical topics for the 4th year BE EEE course syllabus.
The BE Electrical and Electronics Engineering subjects offer a structured blend of theoretical and practical coursework. The core and elective subjects equip students with an extensive understanding of engineering principles while the laboratory subjects help students apply theoretical knowledge to practical applications.
The BE EEE subjects list and topics covered under them are provided in the sections below.
The BE EEE Engineering subjects 1st year focuses on fundamental engineering subjects such as Engineering Physics, Circuit Theory, Engineering Graphics, etc. The subjects in BE EEE Engineering 1st year along with the topics covered under them are given in the table below.
Subjects 
Topics Covered 
Subject Type 
MathematicsI 
Differential Calculus, Functions of Several Variables, Integral Calculus, Multiple Integrals, Differential Equations 
Core 
Engineering PhysicsI 
Properties of Matter, Waves & Fiber Optics, Thermal Physics, Quantum Physics, Crystal Physics 

Engineering Chemistry 
Water and It’s Treatment, Surface Chemistry, Catalysis, Alloys & Phase Rule, Fuels & Combustion, Energy Sources & Storage Devices 

Problem Solving and Python Programming 
Algorithm ProblemSolving, Data, Expressions, Statements, Control Flow, Functions, Lists, Tuples, Dictionaries, Files, Modules, Packages 

Engineering Graphics 
Plane Curves, Freehand Sketching, Projection of Points Lines & Plane Surface, Projection of Solids, Isometric & Perspective Projections 

Communicative English 
General Reading, Writing, Grammar, Language Development, Extended Writing 

Technical English 
Reading and Study Skills, Technical Writing & Grammar, Report Writing, Group Discussions 

MathematicsII 
Matrices, Vector Calculus, Analytic Functions, Complex Integration, Laplace Transforms 

Engineering PhysicsII 
Electrical Properties of Materials, Semiconductor Physics, Magnetic & Dielectric Properties of Materials, Optical Properties of Materials, Nanoelectronic Devices 

Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering 
Engineering Materials, Building Components & Structures, Internal Combustion Engines, Power Plants, Refrigeration & AC System 

Circuit Theory 
Basic Circuit Analysis, Network Reduction & Theorems for DC & AC Circuits, Transient Reponse Analysis, Three Phase Circuits 

Environmental Studies 
Environment, Ecosystems, Biodiversity, Environmental Pollution, Natural Resources 

ProblemSolving and Python Programming Laboratory 
Newton’s Method, Linear Search, Binary Search, Merge Sort, Pygame 
Laboratory/Practical 
Physics and Chemistry Laboratory 
Torsion Pendulum, Lee’s Disc Method, Ultrasonic Interferometer, Winkler’s Method, Photometer, Ostwald Viscometer, Potentiometer 

Engineering Practices Laboratory 
Buildings, Plumbing Works, Carpentry using Power Tools, Welding, Basic Machining, Sheet Metal Work 

Electric Circuits Lab 
Kirchoff’s Voltage & Current Laws, Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem 
The BE EEE course subjects in the second year deal with topics such as Electrical & Electronic Instruments, Distribution System, Control System, etc. The BE Electronics and Electrical Engineering subjects 2nd year and the topics covered under them are listed in the table below.
Subjects 
Topics Covered 
Subject Type 
Transforms & Partial Differential Equations 
Partial Differential Equations, Fourier Series, Applications of Partial Differential Equations, Fourier Transforms, ZTransforms 
Core 
Digital Logic Circuits 
Number Systems, Digital Logic Families, Combinational Circuits, Synchronous & Asynchronous Sequential Circuits, VHDL 

Electromagnetic Theory 
Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Electrodynamic Fields, Electromagnetic Waves 

Electrical MachinesI 
Magnetic Circuits, Magnetic Materials, Transformers, Electromechanical Energy Conversion, DC Generators & Motors 

Electron Devices and Circuits 
PN Junction Devices, Transistor & Thyristors, Amplifiers, Multistage Amplifiers, Differential Amplifiers, Feedback Amplifiers, Oscillators 

Power Plant Engineering 
Coal Based Thermal Power Plants, Diesel Gas Turbine & Combined Cycle Power Plants, Nuclear Power Plants, Power From Renewable Energy 

Numerical Methods 
Solution of Equations, Eigenvalue Problems, Interpolation & Approximation, Numerical Differentiation & Integration 

Electrical MachinesII 
Synchronous Generator & Motor, Three Phase Induction Motors, Single Phase Induction Motors, Special Machines 

Transmission & Distribution 
Transmission Line Parameters, Modelling, Mechanical Design of Lines, Under Ground Cables, Distribution System 

Measurements & Instrumentation 
Electrical & Electronic Instruments, Comparative Methods of Measurement, Storage & Display Devices, Transducers, Data Acquisition Systems 

Linear Integrated Circuits & Applications 
IC Fabrication, OP amp, Special ICs, Application ICs 

Control Systems 
System & Representation, Time Response, Frequency Response, Stability & Compensator Design, State Variable Analysis 

Electronics Laboratory 
Semiconductor Diode, Zener Diode, Common Emitter Amplifier, LC Oscillators, Frequency & Phase Measurements 
Laboratory/Practical 
Electrical Machines Laboratory 
DC Shunt Generator, Swinburne’s Test, Hopkinson’s Test, Single Phase Transformers, 3Phase Transformers 

Linear & Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory 
CRO, Digital Multimeter, Function Generator, IC Tester, Zener Diodes, Potentiometer, Capacitor 
The BE Electrical and Electronics subjects in the third year cover important topics such as Power Flow Analysis, Protection & Switchgear, Digital Signal Processors, and more. The thirdyear BE subject in EEE Engineering and the topics covered are provided in the table below.
Subjects 
Topics Covered 
Subject Type 
Power System Analysis 
Power System, Power Flow Analysis, Symmetrical Fault Analysis, Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis, Stability Analysis 
Core 
Power Electronics 
Power SemiConductor Devices, PhaseControlled Converters, DC To DC Convertors, Inverters, AC To AC Converters 

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers 
8085 Processor, Programming of 8085 Processor, 8051 Micro Controller, Peripheral Interfacing 

Digital Signal Processing 
DiscreteTime System Analysis, Discrete Fourier Transform & Computation, Design of Digital Filters, Digital Signal Processors 

Object Oriented Programming 
OOP and Java Fundamentals, Inheritance, Interfaces, Exception Handling & I/O, Multithreading & Generic Programming, Event Driven Programming 

Solid State Drives 
Drive Characteristics, Converter/Chopper Fed DC Motor Drive, Induction Motor Drives, Synchronous Motor Drives, Design of Controllers for Drives 

Protection and Switchgear 
Protection Schemes, Electromagnetic Relays, Apparatus Protection, Static Relays, Numerical Protection, Circuit Breakers 

Embedded Systems 
Embedded Networking, Embedded Firmware Development Environment, RTOS Based Embedded System Design, Embedded System Application & Development 

Advanced Control System 
State Variable Analysis, State Variable Design, Sampled Data Analysis, NonLinear Systems, Optimal Control 
Elective 
Design of Electrical Apparatus 
Field System, Armature, Transformers, DC Machines, Induction Motors, Synchronous Machines 

Power Systems Stability 
Stability, SmallSignal Stability, Transient Stability, Voltage Stability 

Principles of Robotics 
Basic Concepts, Direct & Inverse Kinematics, Manipulator Differential Motion & Statics, Path Planning, Dynamics & Control 

Special Electrical Machines 
Stepper Motors, Switched Reluctance Motors, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors 

Communication Engineering 
Analog Modulation, Pulse Modulation, Digital Modulation & Transmission, Information Theory & Coding, Spread Spectrum & Multiple Access 

Control and Instrumentation Laboratory 
P PI & PID Controllers, Stability Analysis, Position Control Systems, SynchroTransmitter, Bridge Networks, Signal Conditioning 
Laboratory/Practical 
ObjectOriented Programming Laboratory 
Software Using Java Programming, Classes Packages, Interfaces, Arraylist, Exception Handling, File Processing 

Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory 
Gate Pulse Generation, SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET, IGBT, Single Phase PWM Inverter, AC Voltage Controller 

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Laboratory 
Simple Arithmetic Operations, Programming With Control Instructions, Interface Experiments, I/O Port/Serial Communication 
The fourthyear syllabus of BE EEE Engineering focuses on subjects and topics such as Renewable Energy Systems, Operations Research, High Voltage Engineering, etc. The Bachelor of Engineering EEE subjects and the topics covered in the final year are provided in the table below.
Subjects 
Topics Covered 
Subject Type 
High Voltage Engineering 
Over Voltages in Electrical Power Systems, Generation & Measurement of High Voltages & High Currents, Testing & Insulation Coordination 
Core 
Power System Operation and Control 
Real Power  Frequency Control, Reactive Power Voltage Control, Economic Operation & Computer Control of Power System 

Renewable Energy Systems 
Sources, Wind Energy, Solar PV & Thermal Systems, Biomass Energy 

Disaster Management 
Disaster Risk Reduction, InterRelationship Between Disasters & Development, Disaster Risk Management in India 
Elective 
Operations Research 
Linear Models, Transportation Models, Network Models, Inventory Models, Queueing Models, Decision Models 

Fibre Optics and Laser Instrumentation 
Optical Fibre Properties, Industrial Application, Laser Fundamentals, Hologram & Medical Applications 

Computer Architecture 
Basic Structure, Computer Arithmetic, Processor & Control Unit, Parallelism, Memory & I/O Systems 

VLSI Design 
MOS Transistor, Combinational MOS Logic Circuits, Sequential Circuit Design, Design or Arithmetic Building Blocks 

Total Quality Management 
Principles, Tools, Techniques, Quality Management System 

Power Systems Dynamics 
Synchronous Machine Modelling, Machine Controllers, Transient Stability, Dynamic Stability 

SMPS and UPS 
DCDC Converters, Switched Mode Power Converters, Resonant Converters, DCAC Converters, Power Conditioners, UPS & Filters 

Principles of Management 
Management & Organizations, Planning, Organising, Directing, Controlling 

MicrocontrollerBased System Design 
PIC Microcontroller, Interrupts & Timer, Peripheral & Interfacing, ARM Processor, ARM Organization 

Smart Grid 
Smart Grid Technologies, Smart Meters & Advanced Metering Infrastructure, Power Quality Management, HighPerformance Computing 

Nano Science 
General Methods of Preparation, Nanomaterials, Characterization Techniques, Applications 

Power System Simulation Laboratory 
Transmission Line Parameters, GaussSeidel Method, Newton Raphson Method, SMIB System, Transmission Line Energization 
Laboratory/Practical 
Renewable Energy Systems Laboratory 
Solar PV Energy System, VICharacteristics and Efficiency of 1kWp Solar PV System, Wind Energy Generator, Hybrid (SolarWind) Power System, Hydel Systems 
The BE EEE course structure includes a combination of core and elective courses along with skill enhancement courses and practical sessions for the overall development of students. The course structure may vary slightly across colleges but the general outline remains the same.
The BE EEE course structure includes:
The BE EEE program employs a diverse range of teaching methodologies. In addition to classroom instruction, students have the opportunity to select specializations and receive training through elective courses integrated into the curriculum. Some of the key teaching methodologies and techniques used in the BE EEE program include:
Projects are an integral part of the the BE EEE course curriculum that enables students to apply their theoretical knowledge to practical and realworld applications. The popular project topics for BE EEE are listed below.
The BE EEE reference books help students understand basic and advanced concepts covered in the curriculum by providing detailed explanations and uptodate information. The reference books used in the syllabus for BE Electrical and Electronics Engineering are provided in the sections below.
The BE EEE books for the first year focus on the fundamentals of engineering and science concepts such as Engineering Physics, Circuit Theory, Engineering Mechanics, etc. The firstyear BE EEE books are given in the table below.
Books 
Authors 
Topics Covered 
Higher Engineering Mathematics 
B.S. Grewal 
Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Vector Calculus 
Engineering Physics 
B.K. Pandey & S. Chaturvedi 
Quantum Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Optics, Electromagnetism 
Basic Mechanical Engineering 
S.R.J. Shanthakumar 
Engineering Mechanics, StressStrain, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics 
Circuits Theory 
A Chakrabarti 
Network Theorems, Transient Analysis, Network Synthesis 
The BE Electrical and Electronics Engineering books for the second year deal with topics such as Electrical Machines, Power Plant Engineering, Transmission Systems, etc. Listed below are the BE EEE secondyear books.
Books 
Authors 
Topics Covered 
Digital Electronics 
James W. Bignel 
Number Systems, Combinational Logic, Sequential Logic, Digital Arithmetic 
Electromagnetics With Applications 
Kraus and Flemish 
Vector Analysis, Electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Transmission Lines 
Power System Engineering 
D.P.Kothari and I.J. Nagarath 
Power Generation, Power System Components, Fault Analysis 
Transducers and Instrumentation 
D.V.S. Murthy 
Transducers, Flow Measurement, Signal Conditioning, Data Acquisition Systems 
The BE EEE books for the third year focus on topics such as Power Electronics, Switchgear, Embedded Systems, and more. Below listed are the thirdyear books for the BE EEE syllabus.
Books 
Authors 
Topics Covered 
Power System  Analysis and Design 
B.R. Gupta 
Load Flow Studies, Fault Analysis, Stability Analysis, Power System Protection 
Switch Gear and Protection 
Arun Ingole 
Protective Relays, Circuit Breakers, Protective Devices 
Embedded Systems Engineering 
C.R. Sharma 
Microcontrollers, Embedded Software, System Design, Development Tools 
Modern Control System Theory 
M. Gopal 
Control System Analysis, StateSpace Analysis, Modern Control Techniques, Digital Control Systems 
The fourthyear BE EEE books cover topics such as Power System Operation, Renewable Energy, Smart Grid Technology, and more. Listed below are the books used in the fourthyear B.E EEE syllabus.
Books 
Authors 
Topics Covered 
High Voltage Engineering 
S.Naidu and V. Kamaraju 
Electric Field Stresses, High Voltage Testing, Insulation Coordination 
Power System Engineering 
D.P. Kothari & I.J. Nagrath 
Power Generation, Load Flow Analysis, Power System Stability 
Renewable Energy & Sustainable Design 
Scott Grinnell 
Solar Energy, Biomass Energy, Hydro Energy, Wind Energy 
Nanotechnology 
G. Timp 
Nanomaterials, Nanofabrication, Nanoelectronics, Nanobiotechnology 
Q: What is the EEE Engineering subjects list for the first semester?
A: The BE EEE subject list for the first semester includes Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry, Problem Solving & Python Programming, Engineering Graphics, and English.
Q: What are the core subjects in the EEE 2nd semester syllabus?
A: The core EEE subjects in the secondsemester syllabus include Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Civil & Mechanical Engineering, and Circuit Theory.
Q: What are the core 4th sem EEE subjects?
A: The core subjects in EEE 4th semester include Numerical Methods, Electrical Machines, Transmission & Distribution, Measurement & Instrumentation, and Linear Integrated Circuits and Applications.
Q: What is the toughest EEE subject in engineering?
A: Electromagnetic Theory is often considered a tough subject as it involves complex concepts such as electromagnetic fields, Maxwell’s equations, and wave propagation. However, with regular study and effective preparation students can overcome these challenges.
Q: Are there any practicals in the syllabus of EEE Engineering?
A: Yes, the EEE course offers practical and laboratory sessions throughout the course duration. Some of the popular practical topics include Engineering Practices Laboratory, Electric Circuits Lab, Electrical Machines Laboratory, Control and Instrumentation Laboratory, etc.
Q: How is the syllabus for Electrical and Electronics Engineering assessed?
A: The Electrical and Electronic Engineering syllabus is assessed in the form of written and practical exams, seminars, and projects that aid in evaluating the students and their understanding of the subject.
Q: Where to find the Electrical and Electronics Engineering syllabus PDF?
A: The BE EEE syllabus PDF can be accessed by the students from the respective college website or via the academic handouts of the colleges.
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