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About Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical and electronics engineering is a branch of science which deals with the applications of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. The course diversifies into various fields like the multimedia programmer, technical sales engineer, and project manager. It focuses on giving students practical training to work in laboratories, project and group work. These engineers are responsible for designing, developing and testing electrical equipment. The work profile after completing the course includes designing electronic components apart from software and network system. Students pursuing the course may explore career options in various domains like engineering works, construction, information technology, etc.


For UG : Class XII pass out with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.

For PG : For PG: Undergraduate in mechatronics engineering from a recognised university.

SCOPE OF Electrical and Electronics

(i) The popularity of “Digital India” has increased the scope of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Electrical and Electronics engineering.

(ii) A rise in industrialisation and privatisation across the globe has increased the scope of the course.

1. Advanced Digital Signal Processing
2. Control system analysis
3. Low Noise Amplifiers
4. Power Systems
5. Power Systems
6. Communication systems
7. Electromagnetic theory
8. Microelectronics - I
9. Signals systems and networks

Related Electrical-engineering-courses

(i) To be eligible for bachelor's degree course i.e. B.E.B. Tech. one must clear the 12th std. board exam with at least 50% marks(60% for IITs) in the science stream with Physics, Chemistry and Maths as compulsory subjects. Several states and IITs have an entrance exam for admission into engineering, colleges in other states grant admission based on marks scored in 12th Std. exam, particularly in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Maths. Diploma holders can also get direct admission into second year of engineering in the same stream in which they have completed their diploma.

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