“Electrical Engineering” is where we manage the vitality that runs our reality. It can be exists in different structures like gas, power device, turbine, hydro, sun based, wind or geothermal vitality.
Electrical designing has the entire learning to use and disperse these energies out from their sources to our industrial facilities, home, doctor’s facilities, school and workplaces, and our life.
What’s more, it doesn’t stop here.
Today, electrical designing includes in electrical apparatuses, as well as includes in PC, hardware, correspondence and mechanical fields.
Do you have a PC or mobile phone?
Off kilter! Electrical building is there.
“Electrical Engineering manages the application and investigation of electromagnetism, gadgets and power”
Electrical designing is one of the selectable trains in the field of building and innovation.
Electrical building has been embraced in proficient instruction in the year 1882. In the year 1884, the immense material science Thomas Edison has given the 110 volt’s DC power to his 59 clients in Manhattan City in Newyork.
Electrical building is separated into numerous subfield that incorporate hardware, advanced PCs, control designing, broadcast communications, control frameworks, radio-recurrence designing, flag handling, instrumentation and microelectronics.
Electrical architects usually holds a college degree in Electrical Engineering.
Check are you eligible or not for these diploma, under graduate, post graduate courses:
- For diploma courses you will be eligible after completion of 10th.
- For U.G courses (B.E/B.tech) courses you will be eligible, if you have completed your 12th standard.
- You must have mathematics in your qualification examination for admission in diploma as well as bachelor degree courses.
- For PG (M.Tech) courses, Candidates must have a Electrical Engineering degree.
So now, you have a complete package of education in Electrical Engineering after 10th upto research programme.
So many institutions are offering the Distance Education or Online Education in Electrical Engineering in India and Abroad.
In most countries, you will have to be certified by the professional body after completion of your degree in Electrical engineering.
Course & Duration
Those who have interest over electric things and want to play with electric technology can make their career as a electrical engineering. The academic criterion of Electrical Engineering is divided into three courses/programmes as follows:
- Diploma courses, 3 years courses popularly known as Polytechnic.
- UG courses, 4 years courses known as B.Tech (Bachelor of Technology).
- PG courses, 2 year courses known as M.Tech (Master of Technology).
- PhD (Doctorate In Philosophy) is also the leading courses for research fields.
Here we are listed some expanded sub streams of the Electrical Engineering:
- Signal processing
There are so many branches of Electrical Engineering, some of them are listed below:
- Control systems
- Electricity Technology and Machines
- Circuit Analysis, Electronics
- Electrical Engineering Material
- Transmission & Distribution
- Microprocessor interfacing
- Power Engineering
Those who want build their career as an electrical engineer need to appear for JEE Main by which candidates can get admission in to the IIITs, IITs, NITs and GFT across India and for M.Tech programs candidates need to appear in GATE Exam. A candidates who are qualifies in GATE exam will be eligible for admission in IITs.
The below given are the best colleges for electrical engineering:
- IIT Bhubaneswar
- IIT Kanpur
- IIT Jodhpur
- IIT Gandhinagar
- IIT Bombay
- IIT Delhi
- IIT Hyderabad
- IIT Kharagpur
- IIT Guwahati
- IIT Mandi
- IIT Patna
- NIT Agartala
- NIT Calicut
- NIT Durgapur
- NIT Raipur
- NIT Rourkela
- NIT Warangal
Jobs & Career
There are lots of job opportunities in the field of electrical engineering.
An electrical engineer designs, develops and maintains the electrical control system to the required specifications, and focusing on economy, reliability, safety, sustainability and quality.
Building industries and services, transportation network, construction and manufacturing, and production and the distribution of power are some of the specific fields of career development.
An electrical engineer can work with the industries deals in product development, system management, product design, sales, amusements, consumers’ electronics, transportation, wireless communication, manufacturing, chemical, automotive, defense and pharmaceutical.
Higher studies option are also available for B.E./B.Tech graduate in Electrical Engineering. Candidates possessing master’s degree in this field can choose their profession in teaching field and can further go for research work after getting doctor of philosophy degree in electrical engineering.
Profile Offers by the below listed Organisation
- Chief Engineers
- Workshop Manager
- Operations Manager
- Engineering Technologist
- Development and Test Engineers
- Electrical Product Design Engineer
- Project Manager
- Project Head
Some Reputed Organisation
Below listed are the top organisation who recruited electrical engineers for above given profiles:
- Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd
- Jindal Steel & Power Limited
- Tata Steel & Power Limited
- State Electricity Board
- TRF Ltd
- Hindustan Motor
- Tata Metallic
- Tata Motors
- ALSTOM India Power project
- Bhushan Steel
- Durgapur steel plant
- OMEGA Elevator
- CONE Elevator
- Everest Industry
- ZENITH Construction etc
- L&T Construction and STEEL
- Jay Balaji Steel
An electrical engineers get 2 lakh per annum upto 5 lakh per annum salary package from the top MNCs in India whereas when we talk about a foreigner electrical engineers, they will get $65000 per annum salary package
Book & Study Material
Here we are suggested some best books for academic preparation for differed programs in Electrical Engineering:
|Foundations of Electrical Engineering||Leonard S. Bobrow|
|Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering||B.R. Patil|
|Electric Machinery and Transformers||Bhag S. Guru|
|Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering||M. S. Sukhija|
|Protection and Switchgear||Bhavesh Bhalja|
|Basic Electrical Engineering||Prasanta Kumar Satpathy|
|Basic Electrical Engineering||T.K. Nagsarkar|
|Manufacturing Processes and Materials: Exercises||Miltiadis A Boboulos|
|Electrical Properties of Materials||Laszlo Solymar|
|Materials Science for Electrical & Electronic Engineers||Ian Jones|
|Power System Analysis||T.K. Nagsarkar|
|Introduction to Mechanics of Materials: Part II||Roland Jančo; Branislav Hučko|
|Engineering Thermodynamics Solutions Manual||Prof. T.T. Al-Shemmeri|
|Hydrocarbons||Dr. Clifford Jones|
|Fluid Mechanics and the Theory of Flight||R.S. Johnson|
|A First Course on Aerodynamics||Arnab Roy|
|Chemical Thermodynamics||Leo Lue|
|Computational Fluid Dynamics||Abdul naser Sayma|
|Introduction to Polymer Science and Technology||Mustafa Akay|