[td_block_text_with_title custom_title=”SUMMARY” header_color=”#e88f1b”]Electrical and Electronics Engineers design, maintain and develop electrical control systems and equipments. They work keeping in view economy and precision of their methodology to build reliable systems that find place across various domains including transportation, telecommunications, power generation, transmission and distribution and scientific research. The applications of electrical/ electronics engineering are quite diverse ranging from houses to commercial offices to industries. With the boom in the electronics sector in India, aspirants looking for a specialization in this branch of engineering are likely to have have extremely good future prospects.[/td_block_text_with_title][td_block_text_with_title custom_title=”WHAT ALL CAN I DO?” header_color=”#e88f1b”][/td_block_text_with_title]

Electric power generation, transmission and distribution

Electrical & Electronics Engineers can work across industries such as in telecom, transportation network, IT, airplane & airspace manufacturing, and production, transmission & distribution of power.

Navigational, measuring, electrometrical and control instruments manufacturing

Engineers in this field design, develop and maintain the electrical, electronics and computer control system to the required specifications, while focusing on economy, reliability, safety, sustainability and quality.

Semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing

Electrical & Electronics Engineers supervise the manufacturing of sensitive electronic components and devices.

Machinery manufacturing

Electrical & Electronics Engineers help manufacture machinery equipment/ hardware.

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  • Most colleges have eligibility criteria of minimum 50% aggregate marks in Class XII / and some require minimum of 60%
  • Must have passed class 12th or senior secondary examination with at least 50% marks including English
  • Some colleges/ universities also have an age limit


  • Electronics Engineering as a separate programme is available in some of the colleges

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  • Design new products, write down requirements for their enhanced performance, as well as develop maintenance schedules and charts.
  • Test equipment and machinery, solve operational problems, estimate time and cost of electrical and electronic products.
  • Supervise the production of electrical and electronic equipments and machinery such as broadcast and telecommunication systems, electric motors, controls of machinery, lights and wiring in building complexes, vehicles, aircraft, radar and navigation systems.
  • Utilize ferroelectric, nonlinear, photo-conductive, and thermoelectric properties of materials.
  • Develop new applications of conductance of metallic & non-metallic materials to be used in components.
  • Estimate material, construction, and labour costs, and project timescales
  • Evaluate electrical systems, products, components, and applications by designing and conducting research programmes.


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