This book is intended to serve as an undergraduate textbook for a beginner's course in engineering electromagnetics. The present
book provides an easy and simplified understanding of the basic principles of electromagnetics. Abstract theory has been explained
using real life examples making it easier for the reader to grasp the complicated concepts. An introductory chapter on vector
calculus and the different coordinate systems equips the readers with the prerequisite knowledge to learn electromagnetics.
The subsequent chapters can be grouped into four broad sections - electrostatics, magnetostatics, time varying fields, and
applications of electromagnetics. Written in lucid terms, the text follows a sequential presentation of the topics, and discusses
the relative merits and demerits of each method. Each chapter includes a number of examples which are solved rigorously along
with pictorial representations. The book also contains about 400 figures and illustrations which help students visualize the
underlying physical concepts. Several end-of-chapter problems are provided to test the key concepts and their applications.
Thus the book offers a valuable resource for both students and instructors of electrical, electronics and communications engineering,
and can also be useful as a supplementary text for undergraduate physics students.