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Electrical Engineering

Meaning:


Electrical Engineering is that branch of Engineering which deals with the study of application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. Electrical engineers work on a wide range of components, devices and systems, from tiny microchips to huge power station generators.


Skills:


 Circuit Design

 Apply Linear systems theory and analysis

 Develop Electrical Schematics

 Electronic Equipment Maintenance

 Project Management


Eligibility Criteria:


Candidates who 10+2 passed with Physics, Maths and Science as core subjects with at least 50% aggregate from a recognized Board can apply for Graduation Level in Electrical Engineering.


Candidates who passed Graduation in field of Electrical Engineering can apply for Post Graduate Level in Electrical Engineering.


Entrance Exam:


It is same as for any B Tech course. The main exams are:

 TS EAMCET

 AP EAMCET

 JEE Main

 JEE Advanced

 SRMJEE

 BITSAT

And many other state board entrance exams and top colleges entrance exams.


Types of Courses:


In India, Electrical Engineering degree course is offered by most of the Engineering institutes at UG, PG and doctorate levels like:

 BE/B Tech

 ME/M Tech

 BSC

 MSC

 PhD


Syllabus:


Some of the core topics covered in Electrical Engineering are:


Colleges and Fee Structure:


Some of the top colleges/universities providing Electrical Engineering with fee details- (this is the estimation of fee, it may vary according to time and person).


Jobs and Salary:


Some of the Electrical Engineering jobs includes:


The above mentioned salaries are on average. They may vary upon your skill and performance.


Top Recruiting Companies are Hindustan Motor, SAIL, NSPCL, NTPC, BALCO, BHEL, Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd, Jindal Steel & Power Limited, TRL, GAIL, Tata Steel & Power Limited, State Electricity Board, TRF Ltd, Tata Metallic, Tata Motors, etc.


Advantages:


 High Salaries

 Job Flexibility

 Wide Range of Career Opportunities


Disadvantages:


 Limited Employment Growth

 Risky Occupation

 Ongoing Education required



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