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B.Tech in Electrical Engineering with specialization in Electric Mobility and Smart Systems in collaboration with SIEMENS

E-mobility is associated with electric-powered automotive systems that emit no carbon or fossil fuels. This technology is critical for protecting our planet from global warming and other threats by creating an eco-friendly and green environment. The Indian government is promoting electric vehicles through several schemes such as FAME- Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles. Global requirement is likewise convergent towards e-technologies, which necessitate the technologies and breakthroughs in this expanding domain.

In line with Government of Karnataka’s initiative to make Bengaluru-the Electrical Vehicle Capital of India, EEE Department, JAIN (Deemed-to-be University) is emerging with this trending technology and offers an undergraduate course with this specialization in e-mobility and smart systems to help the students in designing and exploring the opportunities and challenges in implementing this technology. The course is created with a variety of learning modules, including experimental and project-based learning, to provide students with hands-on experience with the most recent industrial features in this field. Internships and projects in reputable industries are further highlights of this cutting-edge programme.

Why to take this course?

B. Tech EEE with specialization in e-mobility is a 4-year full time program. This program is offered since in recent years the term e-mobility has become yet another common word globally even though it seems to hold a little weightage for an electrical engineer. This program is designed in such a way that the basic flavor of the core Electrical Engineering concepts is kept intact while a few courses related to e-mobility like drive systems, battery management are added in the curriculum to cope up with the industrial and societal needs.

e-mobility refers to a system of using electric power train technologies in-vehicle information and communication technologies and connected infrastructure to enable the electric propulsion of vehicles and fleets. Hence the trend of e-mobility integrally affects the projects handed to designers in the automotive sector. The systems that make up these vehicles, as well as the systems in charging stations, will require both innovation and increased production from EEs. From various global studies it can be observed that the demand for manpower trained in design and development of e-vehicles has increased exponentially. The electrical vehicles will be playing a key element in industry 4.0 or the smart factory the role of electrical engineers, as professionals, need to step up to establish charging stations, infrastructure, and manufacturing for EVs in mass production.

What will I experience?
  • There are a host of design considerations for electrical engineers in the e-mobility sphere, some of which include but not limited to
  • Basic knowledge in electrical and electronics engineering
  • Study of Electrical Drives
  • Understand the role of power electronic converters
  • Design of e-vehicles
  • Development of energy storage and battery systems
  • The students will be exposed to the charging stations for e-vehicles
  • Design of battery management systems
  • Study of electronic accessories in an e-vehicle
  • Certification in Python
  • Industrial IoT
  • Machine Learning
What opportunities might it lead to?

The competent graduates who have secured a degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with e-mobility have a global demand in automobile and allied industries. They can work in product development sector as design and development engineers apart from being a basic electrical engineer. The development of driverless vehicles is expanding such that in recent years more than 70% of the automobile industry has transitioned to electrical and electronics-based technologies. The demand for trained individuals in this technology is growing in industrial areas such as e-mobility, metro-transportation, automatic parking and lighting systems, autonomous cars and elevators and automation industries

Highlighted Courses
  • Introduction to Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
  • Power Electronic Converters and Controllers
  • Electric Drive Trains and Control
  • EV Batteries and Charging System
  • Modeling and Simulation of Electric Vehicles
  • Testing and Certification of Electric and Hybrid Vehicle etc.
What opportunities might it lead to?

The need for competent professionals in electric car technologies and driverless vehicles is expanding at an exponential rate. In recent years, more than 70% of the automobile industry has transitioned to electrical and electronics-based technologies. Demand for trained individuals in this technology is growing in industrial areas such as e-mobility applications in Metro trains, automatic parking and lighting systems, autonomous cars, elevators, and automation industries.

Duration: 4 years

Pass in PUC/10+2 examination with physics and mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the chemistry/computer science /Electronics/ and obtained at least 60% marks (55% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together.

Study Campus
JGI Global Campus
Faculty of Engineering & Technology
NH-209, Bangalore - Kanakapura Main Road
Jakkasandra Post, Kanakapura Taluk
Ramanagara District - 562 112
+91 80 2757 7198
+91 7337618222
Admissions Office
JGI Knowledge Campus
# 44/4, District Fund Road
Jayanagar 9th Block Campus
Bangalore - 5600 69
+91 7337618222
Curriculum Structure & Teaching
Physics Cycle
  • Engineering Mathematics –I
  • Physics
  • Communicative English
  • Problem Solving Through Programming
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Physics Lab
  • Problem Solving Through Programming Lab
  • Communicative English Lab
Chemistry Cycle
  • Engineering Mathematics – II
  • Chemistry
  • Basics of Electrical Engineering
  • Workshop Practice
  • Sociology and Elements of Indian History for Engineers
  • Chemistry Lab
  • Electrical Engineering Lab
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Electrical Circuit Analysis
  • Electronic Devices and Circuits
  • Electrical Machines I
  • Electromagnetic Fields
  • Economics for Engineers
  • Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory
  • Electrical Machines I Laboratory
  • Diploma Mathematics I
  • Energy studies (Mandatory Course)
  • Signals and Systems
  • Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
  • Electrical Machines II
  • Digital System Design using Verilog
  • Measurements and Instrumentation
  • Electrical Machines II Laboratory
  • Digital System Design using Verilog Laboratory
  • Diploma Mathematics II
  • Power Systems I
  • Control Systems
  • Power Electronics and Drives
  • Elective I
  • Control Systems Laboratory
  • Power Electronics Laboratory
  • Introduction to Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
  • EV Batteries and Charging System
Elective I
  • Non-Conventional Energy Sources
  • Distributed Generation
  • Power Systems II
  • Professional ethics and Human Values
  • Elective II
  • Elective III
  • Protection and Switchgear
  • Power System Simulation Laboratory
  • Power System Protection Laboratory
  • Power Electronic Converters and Controllers
  • Electric Drive Trains and Control
Elective II
  • Solar and Wind Energy
  • Energy Storage Systems
Elective III
  • Power Electronics Applications in Renewable Energy
  • Microgrid
  • Power System Operation and Control
  • Special Electrical Machines
  • Electives IV
  • Electives V
  • Open Elective - I
  • Open Elective - II
  • Project Work – I
  • Modeling and Simulation of Electric Vehicles
Elective IV
  • Integration and Control of Renewable Energy Sources
  • EHVAC and HVDC Transmission system
Elective V
  • Smart grid
  • Energy Auditing & Management
  • Elective VI
  • Open Elective-III
  • Open Elective-IV
  • Internship/ Project work –II
  • Testing and Certification of Electric and Hybrid Vehicle
Elective VI
  • Power Quality
  • Energy Economics