BE in Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical engineers who graduate from CBIT contribute to industry and consumer research in areas as diverse as electronic circuits, lasers, photonics, semiconductor devices, communication and wireless networks, biomedical equipment, bioinformatics, machine learning, power control and energy utilization systems, to name a few.

As name of the department suggests, concepts of both electrical and electronics disciplines are used as part of the course’s instruction.

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