Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers specialize in power supply and generation. They design, develop, test and supervise electrical equipment manufacturing. They have also been trained to handle responsibilities like wiring and lighting installations in buildings, automobiles and aircraft.

What is great about being an electrical engineer is that the training is so extensive that graduates may land a job in many different industries such as construction, manufacturing and design.

Moreover, electrical engineers may take part in development and research as assistants to scientists and other engineers. Many kinds of electronic equipment from portable music players to GPS devices pass through an electronic engineer’s hands.


Career Option

  • Electrical engineers may undergo further training or education in order to qualify for a position that will enable them to supervise a team of engineers and technicians. It may also qualify them for management positions. They can either be program managers or engineering managers. Alternatively
  • they can become instructors at universities or colleges.

Top Colleges In India

Courses to be pursued

  • •B.tech in Electrical Engineering •M.tech in Electrical Engineering

Working Condition

Electronic engineers perform their duties in offices and laboratories but may also be sent to work sites for supervising and troubleshooting. This is especially true for those who work in companies that manufacture complex equipment. They spend about 40 hours per week at work, but they may work longer than this. A typical day for an electrical engineer varies depending on their employer. Those who work for the federal government may handle responsibilities in areas of research, development and electronic device evaluation that may cover systems for manufacturing, transportation, aviation and communication. Electrical engineers use design software and equipment in their projects.

Personal Skill

  • •Critical Thinking •Circuit Design •Instrumentation and Electrical Measurements •Active Learning •Organizational Skills •Complex Problem Solving •Innovative Thinking •Programming Languages

Educational Qualification

  • •Class 10th Pass •10+2 Science Stream
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