Bachelor Of Science In Electrical And Electronic Engineering (EEE)

Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)


Mission

The Dept. of EEE supports the mission of the International Islamic University Chittagong (IIUC) through academic environment with a strong theoretical foundation, practical engineering skills, experience in interpersonal communication and team work along with emphasis on ethics, professional conduct and critical thinking. Further, the graduates will be trained to have successful engagement in research and development and entrepreneurship. The department invokes the desire and ability of life-long learning in the students for pursuing successful career in engineering. In short the departmental mission can be stated as follows:

Mission Statements:

  • Strong theoretical foundation
  • Practical engineering skill
  • Experience in interpersonal communication
  • Teamwork along with ethics, professional engagement and critical thinking
  • Engagement in research, development and entrepreneurship

Vision

The Mission of the department is to produce comprehensively trained, socially responsible, innovative electrical engineers and researchers of high quality who can contribute to national and global development.

The Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

The Program Educational Objectives or goals are the statements that describe the expected achievements of graduates within first few years of their graduation from the program. The program objectives are guided by global and local needs, vision of the institution, long term goals etc. The program objectives are expected to continuously evolve in agreement with local employers, industry, R & D advisors, and the alumni. Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of B. Sc in EEE at IIUC are as follows:

SL Topics Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO-1 Success in Electrical Engineering Fields To provide students with the knowledge of Basic Sciences in general and Electrical and Electronics Engineering in particular so as to acquire the necessary skills for analysis and synthesis of problems in generation, transmission and distribution
PEO-2 Industrial awareness & research To provide technical knowledge and skills to identify, comprehend and solve complex tasks in industry and research and inspire the students to become future researchers, scientists with innovative ideas.
PEO-3 Successful employment & professional ethics To prepare the students for successful employment in various Industrial and Government organizations, both at the National and International level, with professional competence and ethical administrative acumen so as to handle critical situations and meet deadlines
PEO-4 Being a leader in professional & societal environment To train the students in basic human and technical communication skills so that they may be good team-members, leaders and responsible citizen.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of Electrical and Electronic Engineering would be able to do at the time of graduation. A graduate of EEE will have

  • Engineering Knowledge: an ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: an ability to identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

Admission Requirements

  • Total GPA 6.50 in SSC/Dakhil & HSC/Alim but scoring not less than GPA 3.00 in any individual examination. Pass grade in Physics & Mathematics in HSC/Alim is a must; OR
  • Minimum 5 (five) subjects in O level and 2 (two) major subjects in A level with minimum ‘B’ grade in 4 subjects and ‘C’ grade in 3 subjects. Physics & Mathematics in A level is a must.

BREAK-UP OF FEES & CHARGES

A student shall have to pay Tk. 6,00,056/- for completing Electrical and Electronics Engineering degree as per the following break up:

SL Description Amount
1 Admission Fees (Once & non-refundable) Tk. 30,000/-
2 Semester Fees (Tk. 13,000 × 8) Tk. 1,04,000/-
3 Tuition Fees:
DC: 2,480 x 153 = 3,79,440/-
URC: 1,100 x 9 = 9,900/-
Tk. 3,89,340/-
4 Exam Fees (Tk. 100 × 162 CH ) Tk. 16,200/-
5 Establishment Fees (Tk. 4,000 × 8) Tk. 32,000/-
6 LAB Fees (Tk. 3,000 × 8) Tk. 24,000/-
7 Library Development Fee Tk. 2,000/-
8 Orientation Fee Tk. 2,500/-
9 Rover Scout Fee Tk. 16/-
Total Fees and Charges: Tk. 6,00,056/-

Semester-wise Payable Fess:

* First Installment (During Admission): Tk. 92,946/-

* Second to onward Installment (During Semester Registration):

SL Description Amount
1 Semester Fees Tk. 13,000/-
2 Tuition Fees:
2,480 x No. of CH of DC Courses
1,100 x No. of CH of URC Courses
Tk. *****/-
3 Exam Fees:
(Tk. 100 × No. of CH of total registered Courses)
Tk. *****/-
4 Establishment Fees Tk. 4,000/-
5 LAB Fees Tk. 3,000/-
Semester-wise Total Fees and Charges: To be counted

DC = Departmental Course, URC = University Requirement Course

  • Design / Development of Solutions: an ability to Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: an ability to use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern Tool Usage: an ability to create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The Engineer and Society: an ability to apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: an ability to understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: ability to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. Create a plan for success that connects their undergraduate education to future career as well as use the techniques and skills to face and succeed in competitive examinations like BCS, GRE, TOEFL etc.
  • Individual and Team Work: an ability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: an ability to communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Life-long learning and Successful Career: an ability to recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change as well as ability to use the techniques and skills to face and succeed in competitive examinations like BCS, GRE, TOEFL etc.
  • Project management and finance: an ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Admission Test

Application for admission to B. Sc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering shall be invited through an announcement in the National/Local Dailies and IIUC website www.iiuc.ac.bd twice a year. The deserving candidates have to apply through IIUC website www.iiuc.ac.bd or web link https://www.iiuc.ac.bd/home/apply-online. Students are admitted through a competitive written test. Usually questions paper are designed as semi broad & MCQ Type. Marks allocation of admission test are:

Physics Chemistry Math General English General Knowledge (Analytical Aptitude) Viva SSC & HSC GPA Total
25 15 30 15 15 10 10 120

Admission Period

Students are admitted into “B. Sc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering” program twice a year as follows:

Semester Period Application Period Admission Test
Spring January – June September - October November - December
Autumn July – December March - April May - June

Duration

B. Sc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a four year (eight semesters) program.

Grading System

The Grading System for assessing the performance of the students shall be as follows:

Marks (%) Letter Grade Grade Point Remarks
80-100 A + 4.00 Excellent
75–79 A 3.75 Very Good
70–74 A- 3.50
65–69 B+ 3.25 Good
60–64 B 3.00
55–59 B- 2.75 Satisfactory
50–54 C+ 2.50
45–49 C 2.25 Pass
40–44 D 2.00
00–39 F 0.00 Fail

Calculation of GPA and CGPA

GPA: Grade Point Average (GPA) is computed by dividing the total grade point earned by the number of credit hours attempted in a particular semester.

CGPA: Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is computed by dividing the total grade point earned by the total number of credit hours attempted at the diploma courses up to that point of time.

Achieving minimum GPA in each semester

A student shall have to obtain minimum GPA 2.00 in each semester.

Achieving minimum GPA in for awarding degree

A student shall have to obtain minimum CGPA 2.50 for awarding degree.

Summary of Courses


Summary of Courses:

Course Type Details Theoretical (C.H.) Laboratory (C.H.) Total C.H
Non- Departmental Courses University Requirement Courses 13 0 13
Interdisciplinary Courses 8 0 8
Basic Sciences Courses Mathematics 12 0 12
Physics 6 1.5 7.5
Statistic 2 0 2
Chemistry 3 1.5 4.5
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Courses EEE Core 59 26.5 85.5
EEE Elective 21 7.5 28.5
Total 123 38 161
 

Semester wise Courses:

Semester Number: 1
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 CSE-1105 Computer Programming I 2
2 CSE-1106 Computer Programming I Sessional 1
3 EEE-1101 Electrical Circuits I 3
4 EEE-1102 Electrical Circuits I Sessional 1.5
5 MATH-1107 Mathematics I (Differential and Integral Calculus) 3
6 PHY-1101 Physics I 3
7 UREL-1106 Advanced English 2
8 UREM-1101 Text of Ethics and Morality 1
Semester Number: 2
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 CE-1204 Engineering Drawing Sessional 1
2 CSE-1205 Computer Programming II 2 CSE-1105
3 CSE-1206 Computer Programming II Sessional 1
4 EEE-1201 Electrical Circuits II 3 EEE-1101
5 EEE-1202 Electrical Circuits II Sessional and Electrical Workshop 1.5
6 MATH-1207 Mathematics II (Differential Equation and Coordinate Geometry) 3 MATH-1107
7 PHY-1201 Physics II 3 PHY-1101
8 PHY-1204 Physics Sessional 1.5
9 URED-1201 Basic Principles of Islam 2
Semester Number: 3
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 CHEM-2301 Chemistry 3
2 CHEM-2304 Chemistry Sessional 1.5
3 EEE-2301 Electronics I 3 EEE-1201
4 EEE-2302 Electronics I Sessional 1.5
5 EEE-2303 Electrical Machine I 3 EEE-1201
6 EEE-2306 Numerical Technique Sessional 1
7 MATH-2309 Mathematics III (Linear Algebra, Matrices and Vector Analysis) 3 MATH-1207
8 ME-2301 Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering 2
9 STAT-2303 Probability and Statistics 2
10 URED-2302 Sciences of Qur’an and Hadith 1
11 URED-2305 Comparative Religion 3
Semester Number: 4
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 ACC-2401 Financial and Managerial Accounting 2
2 EEE-2401 Electrical Machine II 3 EEE-2303
3 EEE-2402 Electrical Machine Sessional 1.5
4 EEE-2407 Digital Electronics 3 EEE-2301
5 EEE-2408 Digital Electronics Sessional 1.5
6 EEE-2411 Electronics II 3 EEE-2301
7 EEE-2412 Electronics II Sessional and Electronics Workshop 1.5
8 EEE-2415 Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power 3 EEE-1201
9 GEBL-2401 Bangla Language and Literature 2
10 MATH-2409 Mathematics IV (Complex Variable, Lap laces and Fourier Analysis, Z-transform) 3 MATH-2309
Semester Number: 5
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 ECON-3501 Principles of Economics 2
2 EEE-3501 Continuous Signals and Linear Systems 3 MATH-2409
3 EEE-3505 Microprocessor and Interfacing 3 EEE-2407
4 EEE-3506 Microprocessor and Interfacing Sessional 1.5
5 EEE-3508 Circuit Simulation Sessional 1 EEE-2301
6 EEE-3515 Electrical Properties of Materials 3 EEE-2301
7 EEE-3519 Power System Analysis 3 EEE-2415
8 EEE-3520 Power System Analysis Sessional 1.5
9 URED-3503 Introduction to Political Thoughts and Social Behaviour 1
Semester Number: 6
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 EEE-3601 Communication Theory 3 EEE-3501
2 EEE-3602 Communication Theory Sessional 1.5
3 EEE-3603 Digital Signal Processing I 3 EEE-3501
4 EEE-3604 Digital Signal Processing I Sessional 1.5
5 EEE-3607 Solid State Devices 3 EEE-3515
6 EEE-3608 Research Methodology and Seminar 1
7 EEE-3612 Electrical Service Design Sessional 1
8 EEE-3621 Engineering Electromagnetism 3 EEE-1201
9 GEHE-3601 History of the Emergence of Bangladesh 2
10 MGT-3601 Industrial Management 2
11 URED-3604 Life and Teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (SAAS) 1
Semester Number: 7
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 EEE-4701 Control System I 3 EEE-3501
2 EEE-4702 Control System I Sessional 1.5
3 EEE-4705 Power Electronics 3 EEE-2411
4 EEE-4706 Power Electronics Sessional 1.5 EEE-2411
5 EEE-4707 Power Plant Engineering 3
6 EEE-4713 Compound Semiconductor and Heterojunction Devices 3
7 EEE-4715 Digital Signal Processing II 3 EEE-3601
8 EEE-4723 Microwave Engineering 3 EEE-3501
9 EEE-4724 Microwave Engineering Sessional 1.5 EEE-3501
10 EEE-4753 VLSI I 3 EEE-3607
11 EEE-4754 VLSI I Sessional 1.5 EEE-3607
12 FIN-4701 Finance and Marketing for Engineers 2
13 GOV-4709 Government 2
14 LAW-4725 Professional Ethics and Environmental Protection Law 2
15 PSY-4705 Psychology 2
16 SCO-4703 Sociology 2
17 URIH-4701 A Survey of Islamic History and Culture 1
Semester Number: 8
SL Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequisite
1 EEE-4801 Power System Protection 3 EEE-3519
2 EEE-4802 Power System Protection Sessional 1.5 EEE-3519
3 EEE-4804 Industrial Attachment 1
4 EEE-4805 Power System Operation and Control 3 EEE-3503
5 EEE-4807 High Voltage Engineering 3 EEE-3503
6 EEE-4809 VLSI II 3 EEE-4753
7 EEE-4810 VLSI II Sessional 1.5 EEE-4753
8 EEE-4811 Opto-Electronics 3 EEE-2411
9 EEE-4813 Semiconductor Device Theory 3 EEE-3607
10 EEE-4822 General viva-voce 1
11 EEE-4825 Biomedical Instrumentation 3 EEE-2411
12 EEE-4826 Biomedical Instrumentation Sessional 1.5
13 EEE-4827 Measurement and Instrumentation 3 EEE-2411
14 EEE-4828 Measurement and Instrumentation Sessional 1.5
15 EEE-4833 Digital Communication 3 EEE-3601
16 EEE-4834 Digital Communication Sessional 1.5 EEE-3601
17 EEE-4835 Mobile Cellular Communication 3 EEE-3601
18 EEE-4837 Telecommunication Engineering 3 EEE-3601
19 EEE-4841 Antenna and Propagation 3 EEE-3601
20 EEE-4842 Antenna and Propagation Sessional 1.5
21 EEE-4843 Renewable Energy System 3
22 EEE-4844 Renewable Energy System Sessional 1.5
23 EEE-4845 Embedded System 3 EEE-3505
24 EEE-4846 Embedded System Sessional 1.5
25 EEE-4847 Optical Fiber Communication 3 EEE-3601
26 EEE-4848 Optical Fiber Communication Sessional 1.5
27 EEE-4860 Project/Thesis 4