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Electrical Engineering: Scope and Career Prospects

Electrical Engineering as a subject:

Electrical engineering  is one of the core fields of engineering, so it is always evergreen in terms of Scope and Job Prospects. Electrical Engineering is the heart of whole engineering discipline and therefore it scope will never fade even many years from now. Nowadays, we see  Electronics playing an important role in the implementation and control of Electrical Machines. Keeping this fact file in mind the course have transformed from core electrical Engineering into a Fusion of Electronics and Electrical and has been renamed as Electronics and Electrical engineering or simply EEE.

What will you learn:

Electricity has become the basic need for survival, globally. From household to industrial plants, communication and satellite navigation system, electronic equipment, computers etc., all require electricity.

Electrical engineering thus deals with study and application of electrical systems for use in these different environments. It equips you with the knowledge of transmission and generation of electrical power, electrical circuit design, electronics, instrumentation, control system, understanding electrical and electronic networks etc.

The course also covers the study of electronic devices and circuits involved in measurement, instrumentation, control and protection of electrical equipments and conversion systems. Concept of computer and recent applications of computer based systems in design, analysis and efficient operation of power system, maintaining quality and security, also included in the course.

Course Content:

In Electrical Engineering you will get the knowledge of different subjects such as:

Mathematics, Physics 



Electrical machines and design

Digital Electronics

Electrical Engg. Materials

Linear Control Systems


Electrical network and communication systems

Power and control systems

Computer Aided Power System Analysis

Non-linear and Digital Control Systems

Extra High Voltage Engg.

Communication Engg.

Electrical Machine Design

Electric Drives & Utilization

Power Electronics

Numerical Analysis

Microprocessors and

E.M. Field Theory

and many more…

Who Should Join

Students having strong logical and analytical skills along with the capability to capture new things and attention to detail always do well in this field. A Successful  Electrical Engineer must mould his methodologies as well as his technologies according to the changing technological scenario of the current Market.

Career Scope an Placement Prospects:

Electrical Engineers are needed in all manufacturing units, All major companies of public and private sector such as Electricity Boards, Large Scale Industries, Manufacturing Plants, Power Corporations, Hydro-Electricity sector are continuously in need of Electrical Engineers for their projects. Electrical Engineers also find job prospects in Design Industries, Production plants, Natural gas plants, Petroleum as well as in steel and chemical plants. Many premier Educational and Research Institutions regularly intake electrical engineers as graduate Engineer trainees and Management Trainees to work on research projects.

Electrical Engineers can also get a job in Major players in Public Sector such as Indian Railways, Armed forces(Technical Branch) and also in Thermal and Nuclear power Corporation Limited.

Placement and Pay scale of Electrical Engineers: Electrical Engineers usually get handsome salaries after some experience in related fields. Starters can get anywhere between Rs. 15,000/- to Rs.30,000/- per month.

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This post was written by Neeraj

14 Responses to “Electrical Engineering: Scope and Career Prospects”

  1. Amit bhardwaj, Rohtak Says:

    Hiii, its Amit Bhardwaj 4m Rohtak doing in electrical engg. 3rd yr from MMU, Mullana, Ambala. I m vry satisfied wid these info’s.

  2. Rakesh Mohapatra Says:

    not only scholars but a general student can also do this vary easily.

  3. Rakesh Mohapatra Says:

    i believe that labour is everything and any 12thscience passed out guy can do the electricalengineering course vary successfully. scholars are not jumped from sky,they are made by some special conditions created by the society.

  4. Adhityaramm Says:

     hi reading the above my passion for mechanical has become strong ,thank u

  5. Nehra Says:

    Hi this is Rakesh, Electrical Engineer pass out in 2007 , currently working in telecom but now i want to work in Electrical Field, what should i do, please guide me. 

  6. vinodhalwal Says:

    gud all topers n success people are made by some special society n afcos with the proper help of thier parents n individual hard work

  7. Geo Says:

    hi many are saying electrical is really tough job to study ,do they are right?

  8. Rahul Kumar Shaw Says:

    hi,i m Rahul.i m a student of EE 2nd yr i want to start my career from Electrical companiy..

  9. Aditya Honakuppe Says:

    wanna work in india o abroad?(if abroad is it europe o gulf?)
    for abroad cases u can use HVAC course, sa dat u can find plenty opportunities, in india u can try enerywer but depends on package n location

  10. Vignesh Waran Says:

    there are many courses reg.. elect.
    they are MATLAB,ELECTICCADD, MPLAB,PLC DESIGN etc… study these…

  11. Prince Sushil Says:


  12. Jomal Mathew Says:

    hi. i am a 2 commerce student, can i join for electrical engineering ? is it possible and is me eligible for this?

  13. Jithin T Mathew Says:

    hi i had written exams rt nw i nw hav appp60% agregate in eee btech also ihv 5 backlocks is there any chance for getting me any job or is therany courses avail for me to find a job pls reply me soon

  14. Ravi Pandey Says:

    I am currently in the final year with this prestigious branch & looking for some good placement as a startup. So, I request you to kindly help me through this.

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