Updated: Dec 5, 2020
Electrical Engineering can be pursued by candidates at both graduate and postgraduate level.
The eligibility criteria to be fulfilled in order to pursue Electrical Engineering:
Admission to BTech /BE /MTech (Electrical Engineering) programmes in most of these educational institutes is based on entrance exam scores.
Some of the entrance exams are:
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Electrical Engineers are needed not only in the construction or power industry but also in IT, telecommunication, navigation, railways, aerospace, automobile, defence, architecture,etc. From maintaining power grids to supervising the research processes and development of the electronic devices and technology to designing circuits for computers, Electrical Engineers are required in various fields.
This branch of Engineering is required broadly in two fields: Power and Telecommunication.
Power Engineers: The Power Engineers are involved in generation and transmission of electricity. Their service is needed the most in automobile industry as the engineers are responsible for manufacturing, designing, and maintaining engines and maintaining the flow of power from the engine attached to the devices. Power Engineers having specialized skills in microelectronics- design and manufacture very small power circuits used in computers and other electronic devices.
Telecommunication Engineers: They mainly work on the designing and maintenance of the cables. Their service is also sought for production of receivers and transceivers.
The key functioning of an Electrical Engineer are: