Diploma Electrical Engineering

                                                  Measure, Model, Create

Electrical Engineering (EE) studies systems that sense, analyze, and interact with the world. Electrical engineers invent devices for sensing and actuation, design physical substrates for computation, create algorithms for analysis and control, and expand the theory of information processing. Their practice is based in fundamental science and mathematics, and this creates opportunities for both theoretical and experimental research.

Why Electrical Engineering

  • Innovation
  • Exposure
  • Placement


To be recognized as a center of excellence to produce competent and ethical electrical engineers capable of finding solutions to problems related to society, environment and industry using trending and innovative technologies.

Program Overview:

Ambalika Institute of Management and Technology’s Diploma in Electrical Engineering (EE) covers a range of research areas from devices to systems. The emphasis on practice infused with fundamental science and mathematics offers ample research opportunities, both theoretical and experimental, at the forefront of the field and its interdisciplinary applications.


The minimum criteria for a candidate are to have at least passed Grade 12. If the candidate is willing to pursue a Diploma in Electrical Engineering, he/ she should have completed their 10th examination with at least 60% marks and also mathematics and science as the main subjects of the study.