For admission in a bachelor’s degree, the candidate must have passed Intermediate (10+2) examination with science subject such as biology, maths and chemistry. For IITs, It is mandatory to qualify in the Joint Entrance Examinations (J.E.E).
The future prospects of the EEE graduates are very wide and bright. The demand for environmentally friendly power generation, more sophisticated electrical and electronic devices, and cheaper and smarter products mean there is a lot of work for Electrical Engineers. There are a wide range of challenging paths available to an Electrical engineer. The areas they can fit in are Design and Development, Manufacturing, Automation, Production and Maintenance, Operation and Control of any equipments or products which work on electricity.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering graduates can work in various fields as Power engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Communications engineering, Computer engineering and Media. The graduates from this discipline can pursue higher education in IITs, NITs, Deemed Universities and almost all State Universities and Private Engineering Colleges offering Specialized Courses, and also can write TOEFL and GRE for pursuing studies in abroad.
There are a number of good opportunities for getting jobs in India as well as abroad like in design and construction of power lines, in the control and management of power stations or in the design and installation of electrical systems and machinery, such as transformers, electric motors, power electronics and various private sector organizations.