Electrical and electronics engineering includes a wide variety of technology ranging from huge global positioning systems which can pinpoint the location of a moving vehicle to gigantic electrical power generators. Electrical and electronics engineers are responsible for designing, developing, testing as well supervising the production of electrical and electronic equipment and machinery. Broadcast and telecommunication systems, electric motors, controls of machinery, lights and wiring in building complexes, vehicles, aircraft, radar and navigation systems, power generation, control and transmission devices which are used by electric utilities are all examples of equipment built by these engineers.
Analytical Methods for Engineers
Combinational and Sequential Logic
Programmable Logic Controllers
Project Design, Implementation and Evaluation
Electrical and Electronic Principles
Principles and Applications of Microcontrollers
Advanced Computer-Aided Design
Radio Communication Engineering
Further Electrical Power
Management of Projects
Work based training
BTEC HND in Electrical and electronics engineering
is designed to meet most of the industrial requirements and to satisfy the entry
requirements to the third year of engineering degree programmes in most universities
All the units in the programme are evaluated through continuous assessments
within the framework given by Edexcel, accredited by QCF in UK. The International
Standard Verifiers (ISV) from Edexcel will frequently visit CINEC to verify
the quality of the programme.
The programme is balanced with 6 months of industrial training, after completion
of 18 months of academic work.
GCE A/L (Sri Lanka/London) 2 passes in Mathematics Stream or any other applicable