Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)
University of Asia Pacific (UAP), established in 1996, has clearly defined mission and vision. This mission undertakes to provide quality education and produce qualified graduates to fulfill the present and future needs of the country. In this respect UAP has already made its mark in its eight full-fledge faculties of education. UAP is continuously striving to make education available to more and more student. With this aim, the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) has started its journey back in year 2004 at the UAP. University Grants Commission (UGC) has accorded permission to UAP to open the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) after reviewing the faculty strength, accommodation and library facilities.
UAP is committed to its mission and vision to produce quality world-class graduates from its new and old departments. The discipline of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is an old and established one.
To meet the demands of this expanding and exciting branch of engineering, UAP has introduced Curricula, which have been approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC). The prescribed curriculum takes the students through basics of Electrical Engineering in the first year, Electronics and Computers in the second year, Digital Signal Processing, Communication and Power system analysis in the third year, VLSI, Mobile Cellular Communication and Power Plant Engineering in the fourth year. The Curricula also include study of English, Mathematics, Accounting, Managements and computer skills to make the graduates fully develop for the real world needs. The graduates of the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering from the UAP can expect fulfilling and rewarding carrier in the coming years.
The EEE department started its journey in Fall 2004 semester with an enrolment of a few students only. The number of students of the department is gradually increasing in every semester and at present the department has more than 700 students. At present the department consists of a large number of well qualified and experienced faculty members. The journey to become an eminent place of learning is inspiring and exciting. The whole faculties share these excitements and are working to make the department truly a center of excellence.