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Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Alternatively, it can be said that electrical engineering is concerned with using, distributing and generating electrical power as well as applying the same in the field of communication, control system, electronic computer, industrial electronics and instrumentation. Electrical engineers perform, research, develop, design, test and oversee the progress of electronic systems and the production of electrical and electronic equipment and devices. Many electrical and electronics engineers are also employed in areas closely related to computers.



  • Power Engineering
  • Communication Systems
  • Aviation Electronics
  • Control Systems
  • Digital Logic Circuits
  • Electric Power System
  • Solid-State Electronics Mechatronics Electro-Optics
  •  Computer Systems
  • Nanotechnology
  • Instrumentation
  • Circuit Analysis
  • Electro-Magnetism



UG courses

The students, who wish to pursue Electrical engineering, should have qualified Class 12th with minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics from a recognized board in India. Candidates, who wish to join IITs, should have cleared JEE Main and Advanced. Whereas, admission to NITs depend on candidate’s JEE Main score.

 PG courses

To pursue the postgraduate course in Electrical engineering, candidates should have Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering/ B. Tech in Automotive Engineering.

Diploma courses

To join Diploma course in automobile engineering, candidates should have passed 10+2 in science stream with 50% marks in PCM subjects.



There are a lot of career opportunities in this field for young aspirants. Talented professionals from this field are increasing day by day. Electrical engineers are in demand in electricity boards, atomic power plants, hydroelectric power plants, thermal power plants robotics, biomedical electronics, power corporations, hydro-electricity sector, production plants, natural gas plants, petroleum, steel and chemical plants. There are plenty of job opportunities for electrical graduates in the field of food, pulp and paper, chemical, aircraft and automobile. Both public and private sector enterprises employ qualified and skilled electrical engineers.



  • Engineering Technologist
  • Development and Test Engineers
  • Electrical Product Design Engineer Chief Engineers
  • Workshop Manager
  • Consultants
  • Project Head
  • Operations Manager
  • Verification Engineer



  • IIT, Bombay
  • IIT, Delhi
  • IIT, Kanpur
  • IIT, Kharagpur
  • IIT, Madras
  • IIT, Roorkee
  • BITS Pilani
  • IIT BHU Varanasi
  • IIT Guwahati
  • NIT Trichy
  • NIT Surathkal
  • Jadavpur University Faculty Council of Engineering & Technology
  • MNNIT Allahabad
  • MNIT Jaipur
  • VNIT Nagpur
  • Thapar University Patiala
  • NIT Rourkela
  • Manipal Institute of Technology Manipal
  • R.V.College of Engineering Bangalore



  • The Art of Electronics by Paul Horowitz 
  • Microelectronic Circuits by Adel S. Sedra
  • Practical Electronics for Inventors by Paul Scherz
  • Linear Systems and Signals by B.P. Lathi
  • ABC of Electrical Engineering by B.L. Theraja
  • Digital Signal Processing: Principles, Algorithms, and Applications by John G. Proakis


  • The work can be stressful – especially when the equipment or structure has the potential to impact human life.
  • More time in school than an associate’s degree
  • The workload can be unpredictable and at times very high
  • The competitive atmosphere for promotion (performance, as perceived by superiors, determines one’s ability to be promoted)