Electrical Engineering Student’s Association

Student Association:

The Electrical Engineering Student Association (ELSA) represents current students within the Electrical Engineering department. The goal is to organize social and professional activities which strengthen and enrich the community, and to help publicize various research activities within the department It organizes social events, hosts talks by guest speakers and students, and facilitates communication between the department functionaries and the students.

Objective of Student Association:

  • To organize the training programs/ seminars/ workshops on latest technology to enhance the technical skill set of students and faculties.
  • To enrich and empower the minds of students by conducting technical event / competitions regularly.
  • To organize the Technical, Non-Technical events to improve the leadership quality among the students.


  • Students learned to develop the communication and collaboration skills to correspond professionally with each other.
  • Students comprehended to articulate and reflect strengths and weaknesses on personal skills and abilities.
  • Students obtained the knowledge about leadership quality and also to identify and plan all aspects of an event/program.

Energy Club Introduction:

The Energy Club has set out to foster awareness and understanding of diverse energy topics, ranging from renewable sources to sustainable practices. Through engaging events, workshops, and discussions, the club provides a platform for students to explore and contribute to the ever-evolving energy field. Members collaborate on projects promoting energy conservation and advocating for cleaner solutions.

The club encourages innovation and education, striving to inspire the next generation of leaders committed to addressing global energy challenges. In this spirit, the club organizes site visits and invites industry experts as guest speakers to enrich members' understanding of real-world energy applications. All in all, the Energy Club plays a crucial role in empowering students to make a positive impact in the realm of energy and sustainability.


Raise Awareness: One primary objective of forming an Energy Club is to increase students' awareness of energy-related issues. It includes promoting an understanding of different energy sources, sustainability practices, and the environmental impact of energy consumption.

Education and Knowledge Sharing: The club aims to serve as a platform for education and knowledge sharing. It provides opportunities for students to learn from each other, organize workshops, and invite experts to share insights on emerging trends, technologies, and innovations in the energy sector.

Promote Sustainability: Energy Clubs often focus on promoting sustainable practices and solutions. It involves encouraging energy conservation, supporting renewable energy initiatives, and exploring ways to reduce the environmental footprint associated with energy consumption.

Facilitate Networking: Another objective is building a network among students interested in energy- related fields. The club provides a space for networking, collaboration, and exchanging ideas. It can be valuable for career development and fostering connections within the broader energy community.

Community Engagement and Projects: Energy Clubs engage in community projects to apply knowledge in a practical context. It may involve initiatives such as implementing energy-efficient solutions on campus, participating in community outreach programs, or collaborating with local organizations to address specific energy challenges in the community.