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About Department

The Department of Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering is one of the oldest departments of the university and conducts three major degrees programmes;

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics Telecommunication degree
  • Biomedical Engineering degree program 

The department is pursuing based on the vision and mission.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Degree

External Evaluator

Prof. JP Karunadasa / Dr WD Prasad

Coordinators

LCdr(L) IDD Nishanka

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Degree

External Evaluator

Prof IJ Dayawansha / Dr Ranga Rodrigo

Coordinators

Dr. SJ Wijayasekara

Biomedical Engineering Degree 

Coordinators

Mr EHADK Hewadikaram

Ombudsmen Officers

Postgraduate    Capt (Rtd) Eng SU Dampage / Capt (L) KK Dadallage
Undergraduate (Electrical & Electronics)                LCdr(L) IDD Nishanka
Undergraduate(Electronic & Telecommunication)Maj RMCP Ranasinghe
Undergraduate (Biomedical)Mr WLPK Wijesinghe

History of The Department

Electrical and Electronic Engineering department was established under the Faculty of Engineering. Prior to rename the University degrees were awarded as two different streams namely Defence Electrical Engineering and Defence Electronic Engineering. After KDU formulated Electrical and Electronic Engineering department was formulated as single entity. 

The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is responsible for the proper conduct of both lectures and practical classes on the relevant subject areas. The Department liaises with the coordinators of the Electrical Engineering Department and the Electronic & Tele Communication Engineering Department of the University of Moratuwa for obtaining lecturers to fulfill the lecturing requirements in certain subject areas. In addition, the Department supervises final year engineering projects, arranges industrial visits and organizes guest lectures on current topics in order to broaden the horizons of knowledge of the undergraduates