Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Electrical & Electronic Engineering

(B.Sc. in EEE for diploma holders)


Program Objectives and Goal
The increasing needs for electrical and electronics 
 engineers in worldwide job markets need not to be overemphasized. To keep pace with the advancement in electrical and electronic engineering and provide emphasis in fulfilling the needs, it is essential that efforts are made both in the public and private sectors to develop human resources in this particular field in Bangladesh.

  • The prime objective in establishing the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department at the AMBAN  is to make a concerted effort towards achieving the goal to provide quality education of 4 years duration at the undergraduate level.
  • To give undergraduate programs’ students a rigorous and comprehensive academic training on both the fundamental and advanced aspects of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE).
  • To make provisions for research and development and dissemination of knowledge in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.


A student in EEE must not only have a sound basis in the fundamental of Engineering but also should be aware of socio-economic problems of the country. Therefore, courses in Science, humanities, economics and management are also included in the curricula. The last two semesters will offer the students a number of alternatives to choose from and to specialize in a particular field. Theory and sessional work shall be supplemented by Project/Thesis work, seminars and visits to relevant research and industrial organization..


Duration of the Program:
The duration for B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering program will be 3 years divided into 10 semesters.


Three credit hours are assigned to a theory course i.e. there are three hours lecture in a week. A class period for theory courses will have a minimum duration of 50 minutes.
One credit of lab course will have a minimum of 24 -hours of actual lab works per semester and each lab class will have a minimum duration of 2 -hours.


Degree Requirement 

a) Completion of mimimum140 credit hours.
b) Passing of all courses individually and maintaining a minimum CGPA of 2.50


Grading System
Letter grading will be made to assess students’ performance. The grade will be assigned on the overall evaluation of a student’s performance on the basis of semester final examination, midterm exam., case studies, tutorial test, term papers, assignment and class attendance in aggregate and whatever is applicable for an individual program. The teachers responsible for the course will determine Grades/GPA. The final result will be prepared by cumulating the grade point average over the courses. The UGC approved common grading system is adopted for assigning a letter grade and grade point. This is given in the following table:


Numerical Grade 

Letter Grade 

Grade Point 


80% and above 

A +



75% to less than 80% 




70% to less than 75% 




65% to less than 70% 




60% to less than 65% 




55% to less than 60%




50% to less than 55%




45% to less than 50%




40% to less than 45%




Less than 40%




F *Failure; I ** Incomplete; W ***Withdrawal; R****Repeat; Y***** Audit



“F” means failure. Credits for courses with this grade do not apply towards graduation.


“I” grade is given to students who have fulfilled the majority of the course requirements but have been unable to complete the rest. The student is not required to register for the course in the next semester.


“W” means withdrawal. A student may decide to withdraw from a course by the deadline with the consent of the instructor and the Academic Advisor.


“R” means repeat. To improve grade say, F to D or better, more than two times repetition of a course is allowed.


“Y” means audit. An existing student or ex-student may decide to audit a course of his/her interest for improvement of his knowledge for the particular course. In this case, the student pays the full tuition fee for the course, attends the classes, but is not required to sit for the exams and no credit is earned.

# Subject in which the student gets ‘F’ grades will not be counted towards credit hours requirements and for the 


Marking System in the Individual Courses

Theory Courses:

Continuous Assessment (Attendance, Quizzes, Assignment, Class tests, etc)
Midterm examination ( 1 hour duration)
Final Examination ( 3 hour duration)


Sessional and Lab Courses :

 The assessment in sessional/field work courses is made by observing the student in the respective lab classes and also by taking viva-voce, written Tests and practical tests. Distribution of Marks

Twenty percent (20%) of marks of a theoretical course shall be allotted for continuous assessment, i.e. attendance quizzes, home assignments, class tests and class participation. The rest of the marks will be allotted to Midterm and Term Final examinations. Distribution of marks for a given course is as follows:

Attendance and Observation


Homework, assignment/quizzes


Mid-term Examination ( 1 hr. duration)


Final Examination ( 3 hrs. duration)




Basis for awarding marks for class attendance and observation will be as follows:


Class attendance and Class Observation


90% and above


85% to less than 90%


80% to less than 85%


75% to less than 80%


70% to less than 75%


65% to less than 70%


60% to less than 65%


Below 60%