Facebook Pixel
Find the best coaching institute
More Search Options

Industrial Training for Electronics and communication / Electrical Engineering

Updated: Jul 8, 2020

We are Happy To Help!

Fill in the Form and We will Contact You!

CORE SUBJECTS

  • Opto-Electronics
  • Power generation
  • Power Systems
  • Semiconductor Devices Technology
  • Signals systems and networks
  • Basics of Electronics Engineering
  • Electrical machines
  • Fiber-optics
  • Introduction to manufacturing processes
  • Control system Engineering
  • Power System Protection and switchgear
  • Calculus
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Analog Electric Circuits
  • Electronic electromagnetics
  • High Voltage Engineering

ELIGIBILITY

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:


  • Minimum eligibility criteria to pursue Electrical Engineering (BTech) is class 12 pass in Physics, Chemistry, Maths /Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology subjects with at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized school or university or equivalent.


  • To pursue Electrical Engineering at postgraduate level, the candidate must have a BTech degree in electrical engineering

ENTRANCE EXAMS

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:


LPU-NESTCOMEDK
UPSEEBITSAT
GATEWBJEE
JEE MAINJEE ADVANCE


JOB PROFILES

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:


  • Manufacturing, designing and operating power plants, electrical motors, industrial machinery and ignition systems for aircrafts, automobiles,  space crafts and other types of engines.
  • Research and design the improved ways for using electrical power.
  • Computing the cost of manufacture, construction as well as installation of electrical equipment as per specifications.