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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Welcome to world of EEE

Proper education in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is an essential element for the sustainable growth of a developing country like Bangladesh. Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) started its journey at the year of 2004 with aims to provide theoretical and practical education of the highest quality in this field to prepare its graduates with the necessary skills to serve both nationally and internationally as worthy professionals, academicians and researchers.

a Goal to become a major center for EEE

The department is modeled to provide excellent teaching and research facilities for students with teachers of the highest quality along with well-equipped classrooms with modern instructional tools, library, laboratories and research centers in various branches of Electrical and ElectronicEngineering. Laboratory facilities in Electrical, Electronics, PowerSystem, Machines, ControlSystem, Power Electronics, Microwave Engineering, Computer Programming, VLSI, Measurement and Instrumentation etc. form the vibrant learning interfaces.

Our Vision

The vision of Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department at University of Asia Pacific is to reach at an educational excellence in full compliance to the international standards of quality assurance.

The Department will produce quality graduates capable of taking the challenges of the rapidly changing field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering as well as capable of making significant contribution to individual and societal empowerment.


Our Mission


The mission of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at University of Asia Pacific is:

To provide quality education at an affordable cost in the areas of Electrical and Electronic engineering.

To enhance the competitiveness of our graduates in the job market and contribute to the economic, scientific and social development of the country.

To maintain a positive academic environment that promotes excellence in learning and research through constructive interaction between students, faculty, industry and community.

To utilize the available resources to instill latest technical knowledge and research capabilities that encourage critical thinking, problem solving skills and ethical responsibility as well as develop students’ verbal and written communication skills.

















































































































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Vision & Mission


The Department started its journey by offering undergraduate program in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) in 2004. Currently the Department awards Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE). Following a bi-semester system, it requires minimum 8 semesters to complete B. Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE).

The main area of strength of the Department is its highly experienced and qualified faculty members who are committed to provide excellence in teaching and learning. Some of the faculty members have teaching experience in foreign universities. Currently, there are three professors  in the department, who are specialized in the areas, namely, power, communication and electronics.  

As an obligation to produce quality graduates the Department of EEE is adapting and implanting globally accepted Outcome-Based Education (OBE) teaching and learning structure.

As a part of continuous quality improvement, the self-assessment committee of the Department takes initiative to review the curriculum at a regular interval to meet the changing needs and demands of the industry around the world.

The Department introduced the system of moderation of questions for semester final examinations. The moderation ofquestion by moderation board and scrutiny of exam scripts by scrutiny committee in each semester assures the assessment of quality of the students.

Besides taking regular quizzes, some faculty members take sudden quizzes just to check if the students could understand delivered lecture in the class or not. Sometimes open book exam is conducted to test students’ comprehension skills. Some teachers use smart digital display to make the course lectures more alive and more comprehensible for the students. In some courses presentations are made on emerging topics to the students live examples for practical learning.

To meet the requirements for graduation, every student must complete group project/thesis of 6 credit hours. Each thesis/project group comprises of three final year students. The best practice in the Department regarding thesis/project work is that each group at the end of 4th year 1st semester is required to present their research progress. After the semester final exam of 4th year 2nd semester, the thesis/project groups are required to present their final report on thesis/project nd defend them before and Defense Board. The Board is comprised of Professor Emeritus of EEE, internal faculty members of the Department and one external faculty member of the relevant field. To facilitate quality research and to meet necessity expenses involved during the thesis/project work, the Department provides a grant up to Tk.20 Thousand to each group.

Connection of the Department with the industry is one of the requirements to adapting Outcome-Based Education. The department arranges industrial attachment training, tours, workshops, seminars are arranged frequently to give hands-on experience and to generate proactive learning.

The department publishes prospectus and curriculum that contains comprehensive information about the Department and its program.

The meritorious and highly ranked students of the class are acknowledged by the department through providing opportunities to be recruited as lecturers and teaching assistants.



































































































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Why EEE at UAP
Vision & Mission
Why EEE at UAP
  • Message from the Head of the Department


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. UAP is continuously striving to make education available to more and more students. With this aim, the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE) has started its journey back in the year 2004 at the UAP. University Grants Commission (UGC) has accorded permission to UAP to open the Department of EEE after reviewing the faculty strength, laboratory and library facilities.
The discipline of Electrical & Electronic 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 curricula take 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 developed for the real world needs. The graduates of the Department of EEE from UAP can expect fulfilling and rewarding career in the coming years. Job opportunities for the graduates exist in industries engaged in product development and manufacturing, Power Generation, Transmission and Distributions, State Telephone and Communication authorities, Mobile Phone Companies, Biomedical fields, Military works, IC design and Manufacturing houses and related Research and Development cells. It is not enough for the university to provide a high quality teaching and instruction environment for its students, it is also essential that the student talking these course realize that they will not only be the standard bearers of the university, but also at the forefront of technology with great expectation from the peers and the populace to deliver what is expected from a quality engineer. This realization gives the students that they will use their stay at this university to equip themselves with necessary skills to shine in life and make the university proud.
The number of students of the department is 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. Further addition is expected in the near future. The journey to become an eminent place of learning is inspiring and exciting. The whole faculty body shares these excitements and is working to make the department truly a center of excellence.

Dr. Tasnia Hossain
Assistant Professor and  Head of the Department





















































































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Accreditation and Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in Numbers: 

  • In 2014, the department was accredited by the Board of Accreditation for Engineering and Technical Education (BAETE), Bangladesh. As a result, the graduates from the department of EEE, UAP can become a member of Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB). And due to its successful completion of the accreditation period with required quality, accreditation of B.Sc. in EEE program got renewal by BAETE in 2018. In addition to that, the External Program Review Team (EPRT) constituted by UGC and consisted of local and internal expert on the subject rated the program as “very good”.


Notable Statistics about the Department

  • Current students: 723

  • Graduates: 929

  • Current faculty : 37 + 07 (On Study leave)

  • PhD holder among Faculty: 5

  • First year First semester admission: 66

  • Teacher Student Ratio: 1:25

  • EEE Focus Area: Power, Communication, Electronics and Biomedical 

  • No of Books in Library: 19640 (in central library)

  • No of Laboratories: 16

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