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B.E. - Electrical and Electronics Engineering Admission 2018 & Top Colleges

 

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) is one of the popular disciplines of engineering pursued by a large number of engineering aspirants every year.
  • It integrates two terms of engineering i.e. electrical engineering and electronics engineering.
  • B.E. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is the undergraduate degree which is awarded after the completion of 4 years of study in this field.
  • The course follows a semester system with a total of 8 semesters. The tuition fee for the course ranges in between INR 3.5 to 10 lakh.
  • The engineers of this field have the duty to develop, design and test electrical equipment.
  • They work on a variety of electrical components, systems, electronic devices, microchips and power station generators. During the course, students will study subjects such as control systems, signal processing, microprocessors, radio frequency design, power generation, advanced digital signal processing, communication systems, electromagnetic theory, low noise amplifiers, etc.

Eligibility Criteria:
To pursue B.E. In Electrical and Electronics engineering, students need to attain minimum qualification of 12th passed from a recognized educational institution. A Higher secondary examination must be passed with compulsory subjects such as Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.


Admission Procedure:
•    Students will be admitted to the undergraduate engineering courses on the basis of entrance test.
•    There are many entrance tests which are organized at national level, state level and University level.
•    Engineering aspirants are advised to appear Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main) for taking admission into bachelor of engineering/technology.
•    Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) considers JEE Advanced scores for granting admission.
•    Other engineering entrance tests include VITEEE, SRMJEEE, JCECE, BITSAT, LPU NEST, etc.
•    The qualified candidates have to appear the counseling round for getting seats in colleges.
Job Prospects:

  • The job outlook for electrical and electronics engineers is really good. They can work in fields such as power generation, telecommunication, IT industries, power generation industry, rail industry, aerospace industry, marine industry etc.
  • Students can also go for PSU and government sector jobs like UPSC IES. Besides this, they can also apply for jobs in power substations, national power plants, civil services, defence services, banks and railways.

Top Recruiters:
 Various jobs are offered by state and central government organizations like
•    BEL
•    BHEL
•    GAIL
•    SAIL
•    ISRO
•    DRDO
•    BSNL
•    NTPC
•    HAL
•    IOCL
Job roles offered to graduates of electrical and electronics engineering is as follows:
•    Electronics Engineer
•    System Analyst
•    Broadcast Engineer
•    Electrical Engineer
•    IT Consultant
•    System Developer
Salary:
Candidates employed in private sector can get handsome salary apart from the benefits fixed by the respective firm/company. The freshers can earn an annual salary of around Rs 3 to 4 lac. The salary will increase with a few years of service and experience. The government organizations also pay remunerative salary to this sector professional.

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