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WELCOME TO ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.

 

The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is as old as the college itself. The Department was established in 1947.

 

The programmes offered in the Department are:

  1. National Diploma (ND) Electrical/Electronic Engineering
  2. Higher National Diploma (HND) Electrical/Electronic Engineering

 

On inception, various certificate programmes such as the City and Guilds of London Institute and the Senior Course of Yaba Technical were offered by the Department. However, in 1960 the college (then known as the Yaba Technical Institute made a special appeal to the City and Guilds of London Institute for running the Ordinary Diploma Programme in Electrical Engineering Programme this was granted. The Higher National Diploma Programme started in 1963 simultaneously with the Higher Certificate of the City and Guilds of London Institute. These programme were in operation till 1969, when the City and Guilds of London institute was phased out and replaced with the Higher National Diploma.

 

In 1978, one-tier system was introduced which led to the award of the Nigerian National Diploma (NND). This was later jettisoned in April 1980 by a Presidential fiat due to a Nation-wide student’s protest. The two-tier system was re-introduced in 1980 and since then, the HND has been in operation till date.

 

In 1987, the Accreditation Team for National Board of Technical Education (NBTE) in Nigeria came for the first time to the Department for Accreditation and the two programmes (HND) and (ND) were given full accreditation.

 

A re-accreditation Team visited the Department in 1999 and the two programme were accredited for National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) in Electrical Power and Electronics Engineering Options respectively.  Subsequent visits by the accreditation team resulted in full accreditation of the National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) programmes on each session.

 

GOALS

This is designed to produced Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians for the manufacturing, assembling, servicing, maintaining, power generating, transmitting, distributing utilization of electrical energy.

 

OBJECTIVES

The diplomats of the programmes should be able to:

  1. Construct simple electrical/electronic circuits when necessary for use in modification of fabrication as part of major construction.
  2. Erect, assemble and install simple electrical and electronics equipment.
  3. Carry out routine maintenance and repair works on simple electronics/electrical installation equipment.
  4. Select and use appropriate instrument to carry out simple tests and measurements on all types of electronics/electrical installation of equipment under various conditions.
  5. Prepare simple bills of quantities (BOQ) and specifications related to electrical and electronics works.

 



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ENGR. M.A. ONASANYA

HND, B.Sc., M.Sc., (Electrical Engineering)

MNSE, COREN

HOD Elect/Elect Engineering

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ACADEMIC STAFF LIST FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.

 

S/N

NAME

DESIGNATION

QUALIFICATION

RESEARCH AREA

1.

Engr. Marcus Owoso

Principal Lecturer

B.Sc, M.Tecg, MNSE, MIEE, C.eng, Reg

 

2.

Engr. A. Odunlade

Chief Lecturer

HND, B.Ed. M.Ed. MNSE, COREN Reg.

 

3.

Engr.  P.O Atoe

Chief Instructor

HND, COREN, Reg.

 

4.

Mr. S.A. Ogundipe

Chief Instructor

HND

 

5.

Engr. (Mrs.) M.I. Alebiosu

Lecturer I

HND, PGD, M.Sc. MNSE, COREN Reg.

 

6.

Engr. (Mrs.) O.A. Mafimidiwo

Lecturer I

B.Sc. M.Sc. MNSE, COREN Reg

 

7.

Engr. M.A. Onasanya

Senior Lecturer

HND, B,Sc. M.Sc. MNSE, COREN Reg.

 

8.

Engr. R.E. Olowosuko

Lecturer II

B.Sc. MBA, COREN Reg.

 

9.

Engr. A.F. Akinnifesi

Lecturer I

B.Sc., M.Sc., COREN Reg.

 

10.

Mr.E. Uhunmwangho

Lecturer I

B.Sc., M.Sc.,

 

11.

Engr. I.T. Babalola

Lecturer II

B.Sc., M.Sc., MNSE, COREN Reg.

 

12.

Engr. V.A. Oremodu

Lecturer II

HND, COREN Reg

 

13.

Mr. A.I. Abdullateef

Lecturer II

B.Sc., M.Sc.

 

14.

Engr.O.F. Ogunrewo

Lecturer II

B.Sc., M.Sc., COREN Reg

 

15.

Mr. S.O. Osokoya

Lecturer III

B.Sc., M.Sc.

 

16.

Mr. O.A. Jumah

Assistant Lecturer

B.Sc.

 

17.

Engr. T.O. Koledoye

Lecturer II

B.Sc., M.Sc.

 

18.

Mr. N.J. Nwoghiren

Chief Technologist

HND, B.Sc.

 

19.

Engr. J.A.S. Coker

Assistant Chief Technologist

HND, MBS

 

20.

Mr. J.O. Babalola

Principal Technologist

HND, B.S.c

 

21.

Mr. O.A. Adeniran

Principal Technologist

HND, B.Sc.

 

22.

Mr. A.A. Tade

Senior Technologist

HND

 

23.

Mr. O.M. Aizenofe

Higher Technician

HND

 

24.

Mr. I.O. Odubuna

Higher Technologist

HND

 

25.

Mr. I.G. Kolawole

Higher Technologist

HND

 

 

 

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ENGR. M.A. ONASANYA

HND, B.Sc., M.Sc., (Electrical Engineering)

MNSE, COREN

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PROGRAMMES AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT.

 

GENERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The general entry requirement for the National Diploma (ND) programmes is General Certificate of Education (GCE) ordinary level. The Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) or their equivalent e.g. National Business and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB) certificate with credit passes in five relevant subjects. In general the five credits must include: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English Language and one other subject.

 

Curriculum

The curriculum of the National Diploma programme consists of four main components. These are:

  1. General  Studies/Education
  2. Foundation Courses
  3. Professional Courses
  4. Supervised Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES)

 

The General Education component shall include courses in:

Art and Humanities: English Language, Communication, History. These are compulsory. The General Education Component shall account for not more than 15% of total contact hours for the programme.

 

Foundation Courses: Include courses in mathematics, pure science, technical drawing, descriptive geometry, statistics, etc. The number of hours account for about 10-15% of the total contact hours.

 

Professional Courses: Are courses which give the student the theory and practical skills he need to practice his field of calling at the Technician/Technologist level. These may account for between 60-70% of the contract hours depending on programme.

 

Supervised Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) shall be taken during the long vacation following the end of the second semester of the first year.

 

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

The structure of the ND programme consists of four semesters of classroom, laboratory and workshop activities in the college and a semester (3-4 months) of Supervised Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES). Each semester shall be of 17 weeks duration made up as follows:

15 contact weeks of teaching i.e. Lecture, recitation and practical exercise etc. and 2 weeks for test, quizzes, examination and registration.

 

SIWES shall take place at the end of the second semester of the first year.

 

 

ND PROGRAMME IN ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

First Semester ND 1 

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

GNS 101

Use of English

2

GNS 120

Contemporary Issues

2

MEE 103

Technical Drawing

2

EEC 105

Electrical Engineering Science 1

3

MEE 107

Mechanical W/Shop Tech. Practice 1

2

STA 111

Introduction to Statistics

2

EEC 113

Electronics 1

2

EEC 115

Electrical W/Shop Practice 1

2

MTH 117

Algebra & Elementary Trigonometry

2

Total

 

22

 

 

Second Semester ND 1 

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

GNS 102

Communication in English

2

GNS 125

Economics

2

EEC 122

Electrical Engineering Science II

3

MEC 116

Mech. Workshop Tech. & Practical II

2

EEC 124

Electronics

3

MEEC 108

Introduction to Thermodynamics

3

EEC 126

Electrical Workshop Practice II

1

MTH 118

Calculus & Descriptive Geometry

2

EEC 128

Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation 1

3

Total

 

21

 

 

Third Semester ND II 

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

MTH 203

Logic and Liner Algebra

2

GNS 201

Use of English II

2

MEE 205

Engineering Drawing

1

EEC 233

Electronic Fundamental II

3

EEC 235

Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation II

3

EEC 231

Circuit Theory 1

2

EEC 237

Electrical/Electronic Maintenance and Repair

2

EEC 227

Computer Systems and Programming

2

EEC 239

Electrical Machines

2

Total

 

20

 

 

Fourth Semester ND II 

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

GNS 202

Communication in English

2

EEC 240

Circuit Theory II

3

MTH 204

Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry

2

EEC 244

Telecommunication Engineering

3

EEC 246

Electrical Power

3

EEC 242

Electrical/Electronics Installation Design & Drafting

2

EEC 248

Project

1

Total

 

16

 

HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) IN ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Higher National Diploma (HND) Programme in Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology is designed to impart on the students specialized and useable skill in this field of engineering. There are two options currently available in the programme, namely:

1.       Electronics and Telecommunications

  1. Electrical Power and Machines

A student is expected to specialize in one option.

 

GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

Electronics and Telecommunication

The programme is aimed at producing Technologist in Electronic Engineering for the manufacturing, assembling and servicing industries.

 

On completion of the programme, the diplomat should be able to:

1.       Solve practical problems in electronic engineering by analysis and experimentation

  1. Construct and design complex circuits for use in modification or as a part of major construction.
  2. Erect, assemble and install electronic equipment and systems
  3. Carry out routine maintenance and repairs of electronic installations, equipment and system
  4. Apply the basic principles of management to manage engineering industries.

 

ELECTRIC POWER AND MACHINE

The programme is designed to produce Technologists in Electrical Engineering for the manufacturing, power generation, transmission, distribution and utilization industries.

 

On completion of the programme, the diplomat should be able to:

1.       Solve practical problems in electrical engineering by analysis and experimentation

  1. Design complex electrical installation, wiring and circuit projects using appropriate connections
  2. Erect, assemble and install electrical equipment and system
  3. Prepare detailed bills of quantities and specifications related to electrical engineering works
  4. Commission and operate relevant equipment and installation

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

The general entry requirements for the HND programme include:

1.       All the requirements for admission into the ND programme

  1. A minimum of Lower Credit Pass (CGPA 2.50 and above in the ND           examination in Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology
  2. A minimum of one year cognate work experience

 

In exceptional cases, ND diplomats with a pass (CGPA 2.00 – 2.49) in the ND examination that had two or more years of cognate experience in the specific field may be considered for admission into the HND programme.

 

CURRICULUM

The curriculum of the HND programme consists of three main components. These are:

·         General Studies/Education

·         Foundation Courses

·         Professional Courses

 

The General Studies/Education component shall include courses in English language, Communication, Engineers in the society, industrial management, etc.

 

The General Education Component shall account for not more than 15% of the total contact hours for the programme.

 

Foundation courses include courses in Mathematics, Statistics. The number of hours may account for about 10-15% of the total hours.

 

The professional courses are courses which give the student the theory and practical skills he needs to practice his field of specialization. They may account for between 60-70% of the contact hours.

 

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

The structure of the HND programme is similar to that of the ND except that SIWES at the end of the first year is not compulsory.

 

HND PROGRAMME IN ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

First Semester HND 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

GNS 301

Use of English III

2

COM 309

Computer Programming

2

MTH 321

Advanced Algebra

2

EEC 313

Circuit Theory III

3

EEC 315

Measurement & Instrumentation

2

EEP 305

Electrical Design and Drafting I

2

MEC 317

Thermodynamics

2

EEP 307

Electrical Power System I

3

EEP 319

Electrical Machine I

3

Total

 

21

 

 

Second Semester HND 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

COURSE UNIT

GNS 320

Industrial Management

2

EEC 302

Material Science

2

MTH 322

Advanced Calculus

3

EEC 304

Control Engineering

2

EEP 324

Power Systems II

2

EEC 326

Circuit Theory IV

2

EEC 308

Testing Methods and Reliability

2

 

 

 

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ENGR. M.A. ONASANYA

HND, B.Sc., M.Sc., (Electrical Engineering)

MNSE, COREN

HOD Elect/Elect Engineering

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