Mr. Christoper Casay
Head Of Department

Head of Department

Welcome to the Electrical Engineering Department

As the Head of Department, it gives me great pleasure to extend a warm welcome to all students, faculty members, and visitors. Our department is committed to fostering excellence in electrical engineering education and research, preparing our students to meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving technological landscape.

Here at the National Polytechnic Institute, we pride ourselves on offering a robust curriculum that combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills. Our state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities provide a conducive environment for hands-on learning and experimentation, ensuring that our graduates are well-equipped to make significant contributions to the field.

Whether you are just beginning your journey in electrical engineering or are a seasoned professional looking to advance your skills, our dedicated faculty and staff are here to support you every step of the way. Together, we strive to uphold the highest standards of academic rigor and innovation.

I invite you to explore all that our department has to offer and to engage actively in our vibrant academic community. We look forward to working with you as we embark on this journey of discovery and learning.

Best wishes for a successful and fulfilling academic year ahead!

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Head of Department
Electrical Engineering Department
National Polytechnic Institute of PNG

    The diploma program consists of four stages, with each stage running for 20 weeks. Stages one and three are conducted in the first semester of any year, while stages two and four are conducted in the second semester of the same year. This allows students who successfully complete stages four and two to be awarded the diploma and certificate, respectively, during the once-a-year graduation ceremony held at the end of the year. A student must successfully pass all subjects in any stage before proceeding to the next stage

    To educate young men and women so that upon completion of the course, they will achieve the following objectives:

    Operate various scientific instruments utilizing a range of operational methods and techniques employed by industries in Papua New Guinea.

    Understand the principles underlying the operations of diverse scientific instruments and analytical techniques used by industries in Papua New Guinea.

    Perform routine maintenance and preventive care of equipment covered in the curriculum.

    Furthermore, the course aims to establish a solid foundation to enable potential graduates to pursue advanced technical training courses in institutions both within the country and abroad.

    • The minimum entry requirement for this programme is completion of Grade 12 or Matriculation Studies with:
    • B Grade in Chemistry

      C Grade in Physics

      C Grade in English

      C Grade in Advance Mathemetics

    • Other entry requirement for this programme are:
    • Technical Certificate in Science Technology

      PETT Certificate in Science with Industral experience

    The diploma program is a 2-year program consisting of four (4) stages, with each stage running for 20 weeks.

Get to know our staff
Meet the lectures in the Department of Applied Science.

Mr Chris Wani
Position: DD-Academic & Dean
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Mr Rahamie Par
Position: Head Of Department
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Mr Ambrose Amamena
Position: Lecture
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Mr Peter Aiyon
Position: Lecture
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Mrs Jinky Battazar
Position: Lecture
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Mrs Rachael Pema.pn
Position: Lecture
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Instructor Name
Position: Lecture
Email: name@polytec.ac.og

Mr Raymond Toli
Position: Lecture
Email: name@polytec.ac.og
Stage 1
Mathematics 1 6 12
Science 1 6 12
Language Studies 1 6 12
Engineering Drawing 4 8
Workshop Technology 1 4 8
Introduction to Computing 4 8
TOTAL 30 Hours 60 Credits

Mathematics 2 4 8
Science 2 5 10
Language Studies 2 4 8
Engineering Drawing 1 4 8
Workshop Technology 2 5 10
Engineering Materials 4 8
Energy Conversion 4 8
TOTAL 30 Hours 60 Credits

Engineering Management 1 4 8
Mechanical power Transmission 5 10
Material Handling 3 6
Electro-Technology 5 10
Fluid Mechanics 4.5 9
Oil Hydraulics 4 8
Applied Thermodynamics 4.5 9
TOTAL 30 Hours 60 Credits

Mathematics 3 4 8
Ref. & Air Conditioning 4 8
Language Studies 3 4 8
Drawing & Designing 4 8
strength Materials 5 10
Applied Mechanics 5 10
Engineering Management 2 4 4
TOTAL 30 Hours 60 Credits