Top reasons to study Electrical Engineering

Engineering in Electrical and Electronics lets you to be a part of world’s techno and economic revolution. Electronics are part and parcel of our daily life wherever and whenever we are consuming electricity be it mains-power, batteries, motors or even solar energy. This very process of energy procurement surrounds the concept of Electrical Engineering that entails basics of electronics and support development of gadgets used by us in day-to-day life.

The course of study precisely confirms to the following areas:

·        Software
·        Signal Processing
·        Communications
·        Electronics
·        Hardware
·        Power Systems Engineering (including renewable energy)
·        Biomedical Imaging
·        Power Electronics
·        Biomedical Imaging
·        Computer Engineering
·        Nanotechnology
·        Embedded Systems
·        Control

How Electrical Engineers cast a spell and impact the world?

Sustainable development

The Job: to reduce the existing pressure on the non-renewable sources of energy, and help sustaining the environment through improved energy efficiency, e-vehicles, electricity transmission etc. Examples- use of tidal, solar and hydro electricity, electric power cars etc.

BioMedical and Signal Processing

The Job: supporting life through development of medical equipment and helping the medical staff to effectively analyze and use the data measured. The software customized by the electrical engineers allows early detection and diagnosis of the disease. Various colleges offering Btech IT in Uttarakhand or other parts of India allow learners to be familiar with dynamics of improved signal processing for MRI scans, Mamogram work, Space Retina Imaging etc.


The Job: to develop and construe nano-devices for electrical, medical applications and sustainable growth through renewable sources of energy. For example- solar cells and electronic devices that need miniature circuits.


The Job: to manage emergency communications services. Electrical and Electronic Engineers learn to keep everyday people and emergency services connected with higher data rates using the Internet, satellites, radios and other devices. For example- Developing Cognitive radio systems allowing emergency services (Fire, Ambulance and Police) for easy communication, embedding emergency communications in buildings.

Employment avenues for EEE graduates

There can never be dearth of requirement for environmentally friendly power generation, sophisticated electronic devices, and reasonable, pocket friendly smarter products and this means that demand of Electrical Engineers could never cease.

Electrical and Electronics Engineers can be employed in the following areas:

·        Design
·        Consulting
·        Research and development
·        Teaching
·        Management
·        Computer software development
·        Entrepreneur - start your own company


In a nutshell the course content of the discipline is listed as below:
1.     First year- fundamentals of mathematics, physics and computers
2.     Second year- core concepts of Thermodynamics, introductory electronics, signal processing and instrumentation, signals, systems and electric networks, microelectronics, control systems, communication systems, power systems, electromagnetic systems, electrical machines
3.     Third and Fourth year- understanding the working of electric systems and engineering with training on power generation techniques.

Thus, Electrical and Electronic Engineering is not just a course of study but a powerful tool to impact development processes of the world as above mentioned, the discipline is involved in the nitty-gritty of various fields.   

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