Bharti Group Of Colleges is running under "Shri Jug Mahadev Education Society (SJMES),
Durg" was established in the year 1997 to commemorate late "SHRI JUG MAHADEV JI CHANDRAKAR". Shri Jug
Mahadev Education Society was founded with the objective of creating world class, high quality education
facilities at Durg - Bhilai
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Electrical Engineering (EE) is one of the core branches of Bharti College of Engineering & Technology, which has an excellent infrastructure to promote congenial academic environment to impart quality education. The department of Electrical Engineering has well equipped laboratories and a team of well qualified and dedicated faculty members and technical staff.
The objective of Electrical Engineering department is to equip the students with technical skills in the field of Electrical Engineering which is concerned with Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Utilization and Control of Electrical Energy. The department is fully committed to provide theoretical and practical knowledge to the students of electrical engineering as per modern industries requirement. The department conducts workshops and guest lectures from reputed industries to enhance practical knowledge of the students. Also, every year the department organizes an industrial tour to give industrial exposure to the students of electrical engineering.
There are various companies and organization in the public and private sectors where student can involve themselves after passing out the course. Agencies of State Govt. and Central Govt., Power Plants, SAIL, Railway, Electricity Boards, Power Generation Companies, Reliance etc. Apart from this various MNC such as SIMENS Wipro, Philips also gives the opportunity to work.
"The Vision of Bharti College of Engineering and Technology is to inspire the students to chase their dreams and their ambitions with clear and decisive mindset."
"Our mission is to working towards being the best by incorporating the principles of total quality management (TQM) and excellence."