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Electrical and Electronics

Electrical engineering is concerned with power generation, storage and transmission whereas Electronics engineering is focused on appliances and devices that use electricity, as well as electricity applications that are used in signal processing or control systems. This branch of engineering is concerned with defining the technologies required for our future needs, including communication, entertainment, energy and healthcare. These Engineers are also involved in advances in medical technology, e-commerce, mobile telephones, wireless communications, renewable energy and the internet.

These two branches could be distinguishes on the basis of the strength of electric current they deal with. In this sense, electrical engineering is the branch dealing with “heavy current” that is, electric light and power systems and apparatuses, whereas electronics engineering deals with such “light current” applications as telephone and radio communication, computers, radar, and automatic control systems.

 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Energy Systems
  • Power System Control and Automation
  • Power Systems Engg.
  • Power Electronics
  • Power Systems & Automation
  • Industrial Drives & Controls
  • Power Electronics & Electrical Drives
  • Power & Industrial Drives
  • Power Engg. & Energy Systems
  • Electrical Machines and Drives
  • Advanced Power Systems
  • Instrumentation and Control Systems
  • Power Systems & Power Electronics
  • Systems & Signal
  • Digital Systems Engg
  • Power Systems with Emphasis on H.V. Engg. / Electrical Power Systems (HV) /H.V.Engg.
  • Control Systems
  • VLSI Design
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Embedded Systems

 

ELIGIBILITY

UG (4 years)

To take admission into an undergraduate course in Engineering, a candidate should have passed 10+2 in science stream from any recognized institution.

 PG (2 Years)

To take admission into a postgraduate course in Engineering, a candidate must have completed his/her Bachelor of Science/ B.Tech from any recognized university.

Diploma (3 Years)

 

FUTURE PROSPECTS

The future prospects of the EEE graduates are very wide and bright. The demand for environmental friendly power generation, more sophisticated electrical and electronic devices, and cheaper and smarter products are the demand of this era. 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 equipment or products which work on electricity.

Major recruiters in this field are Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd , BHEL, NSPCL, OMEGA Elevator, ZENITH Constructions, Tata Motors, Tata Steel & Power Limited, State Electricity Board, , SAIL, ISRO,TRF Ltd, Jindal Steel & Power Limited

 

JOB PROFILES

  • Electrical engineer
  • Manufacturing systems engineer
  • Control and instrumentation engineer
  • Broadcast engineer
  • Network engineer
  • Systems developer
  • Systems analyst
  • Electronics engineer
  • IT consultant

 

TOP COLLEGES FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

  • BITS Pilani
  • Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay)
  • Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi)
  • Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (IIT Kanpur)
  • Lovely Professional University, Punjab
  • Jadavpur University (Faculty of Engineering & Technology)
  • Bengal Engineering and Science University
  • Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology
  • National Institute of Engineering, Mysore
  • NSIT, New Delhi
  • Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi

 

SOME OF THE BEST BOOKS FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

  • Basic Electrical Engineering
  • How to Diagnose and Fix Everything Electronic, 2nd Edition
  • Electrical Engineering 101 – Everything You Should Have Learned in School, but Probably Didn’t
  • Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications
  • Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications, 7th Edition
  • Basic Electricity -Dover Books on Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics for Dummies, 3rd Edition
  • Electrical Engineering: Know It All, 1st Edition