Does EEE have a good range?

Updated on : December 8, 2021 by Jay Poole



Does EEE have a good range?

The central departments (EEE, Mech, Civil) will always have a good reach. After selecting the course in your UG's pre-final year, you must select your track in which particular domain you need to do your future projects and studies.

Hello there,

The scope of electrical and electronic engineering is high now and will be far greater in the future than you can imagine than any other department. Note that I am talking about scope and not demand. There is a little difference between scope and demand.

Demand: There will be demand in all fields of engineering until the world ends because companies and organizations want their work to be done quickly and efficiently. For that, they just want young and enthusiastic minds who can work long hours and make a profit on low pay, so they better renew.

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Hello there,

The scope of electrical and electronic engineering is high now and will be far greater in the future than you can imagine than any other department. Note that I am talking about scope and not demand. There is a little difference between scope and demand.

Demand: There will be demand in all fields of engineering until the world ends because companies and organizations want their work to be done quickly and efficiently. For that, they just want young and enthusiastic minds who can work long hours and make a profit on a low salary, that's why they are newer college students and throw them away in 2-3 years and more new people, you may notice this especially in the IT field. This happens in other fields as well, but as they recruit only a smaller number of people and fire only a much smaller number of people, we are not aware of it.

Scope: Scope is somewhat different. We say there is scope in a field, yeah

  1. There is an opportunity to invent new things.
  2. If we can learn current technology and develop new technology from current
  3. If we are able to use our knowledge instead of our brilliance in the field.

In EEA there is a possibility in all of these. Taking other files,

In civil there can be no possible inventions except in some countries like Dubai, etc. Therefore, the range is less.

At ECE we have already reached the saturation point of communication. Now we are only using the technologies, theories and principles available to help the communication process that already exists. The next invention unveiled at ECE will be only when physicists unravel the Mistry in quantum mechanics, which will certainly take years.

We know about CSE and IT where there is no scope at all and only demand as most recruiters are service providers, even on the product side there will be no scope as they use only inventions made by other departments.

Coming to EEE on the electronics side, there is a very high and bright scope, as everything in the world is being automated now and if there is growth in artificial intelligence, the scope of EEE will go further ...

More can be explained, but if you googling you can get clear ideas.

The need is that we only need quality, titled engineers, and not just titled engineers.

All the best!!!

Assuming you opt for the BE / Btech course in electrical and electronic engineering. You have a lot of opportunities. See below :)

EEE / EE allows you to have long-term mechanical, civil, CSE and ECE benefits. You decide what you want in your life (assuming before 32/30 years for GENERAL CANDIDATES)

Opportunities for EEA:

  1. An EEA graduate can choose from various fields, be it PSU work, core sectors like construction and steel, IT industry, consulting / finance work, electronics design, and a host of profiles such as business development associates, business development manager, content development, etc.
  2. Gives you oppo
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Assuming you opt for the BE / Btech course in electrical and electronic engineering. You have a lot of opportunities. See below :)

EEE / EE allows you to have long-term mechanical, civil, CSE and ECE benefits. You decide what you want in your life (assuming before 32/30 years for GENERAL CANDIDATES)

Opportunities for EEA:

  1. An EEA graduate can choose from various fields, be it PSU work, core sectors like construction and steel, IT industry, consulting / finance work, electronics design, and a host of profiles such as business development associates, business development manager, content development, etc.
  2. Provides you opportunities to explore consulting domains, eligibility to write UPSC IES (Indian Engineering Services), opt for electrical engineering role as optional in UPSC IAS
  3. It may also appear for PSU as the INDIA AIRPORT Authority, where electricity and electronics students are allowed along with ECE students for the junior executive position (electronics). That means if you are only BE / Btech in Electrical Engineering, you are not eligible to fill out the form unless you are BE / Btech in ECE, EEE. (Status as of 09-OCT-2015)

About the branch:
EEE is almost similar to electrical engineering (although there are differences in the curriculum courses of different universities). It is not a CAKEWALK, especially if you HATE the Fouries series, Laplace transforms, DTFT and other math tools.

Placement Opportunities:
(The list is based on companies visiting BIT MESRA)
Private companies mainly visit the best universities and you WILL HAVE a VERY LIMITED period if you are studying at the level 2, level 3 universities. However, I am providing information assuming you are getting good IIT / NIT etc.

Assuming the IT search / consulting / financial / investment role (NO INTEREST IN CORE ELECTRICAL)
Oracle Financial Services (OFSS), Saplabs, Sapient, DESHAW, MUSIGMA, EXL SERVICES, Nucleus Software, VERIZON, etc.

Electronics Niche Features - Companies like Sankalp Semiconductor, Free Scale, NI, Texas Instuments, etc. (where, in general, ECE students are eligible)

MAIN ROLES:
Companies like Tata Steel, Mahindra, Tata Motors, Electro Steel, JSW Steel, Uttam Galva Steel, Magnetti Marelli, Exide, etc. (Options together with students of MECH, CHEMISTRY, POLYMER, PRODUCTION)

CIVIL / BUILDING PAPERS
Sampoornji Pallonji, DLF, SK Samanta & Company, TCE, BHARTI Infratel, etc. (Options together with civilian students)

The list is endless and some companies have varied the eligibility criteria of the branches at the colleges they visit, meaning that like TATA MOTORS they also allow CSE students at some colleges, while they may not at others.

Upcoming government jobs are open competitions across India where you can take advantage of the EEA title.

Government job opportunities

  1. A rank within 500 on GATE EE Paper opens opportunities to join IOCL, BBNL, NTPC, ONGC, NLC, PGCIL, BPCL and other MAHARATNAS, NAVRATNAS PSU
  2. You can also opt for STATE PSUs where the majority of vacancies are civil, mechanical and electrical. State PSUs like TSGENCO, MAHADISCOM, TSTRANSCO, TSNPDCL and State Public Service Commissions like OPSC, UKPSSC, etc. that conduct their own exams for PREPA recruitment
  3. Opportunities to join Scientist B of India Bureau of Standards, National Productivity Council, GRSE, ISRO (Scientist in Electronics)
  4. Most coveted exams like UPSC Civil Services with optional electrical paper and Indian Engineering Services (UPSC ESE)

Prospects for higher education

  1. You can opt for MTech / ME after graduation from IIT, NIT and even complete Mtech in BARC's DGFS course
  2. You can opt for PGDIE (Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering) from NITIE, Mumbai after QUALIFYING GATE and have good payment packages from SCM (Supply Chain Management Companies)
  3. You can also do Mtech at QROR from ISI Kolkata. ISI - MTECH (QROR) after appearing in the entrance exams.


The scope of the EEA branch is unlimited as long as you choose which option to opt for in the near future. The EEE degree will provide a global arena of options, but you must take advantage of it to be successful.

Who should choose EEE?
Those who want to join the PSU / Govt sector in the long term should opt for EEE. The EEE title will make you eligible to write exams and you can SWITCH FROM MASS RECRUITER to the Sector of your dreams.

At level 2 and 3 colleges, you will end up in MASSIVE IT RECRUITERS. However, be optimistic if you want a government job.

Everything you study helps you professionally if you take a job related to your field of study. Education never fails anyone. It gives us the confidence to move forward and achieve our goals.

If you are a disciple of EEE and work as a software developer, then there is no use for your EEE education. For example me. I am an EEE student but I work as a senior analyst for an IT giant. Therefore, for me, EEE had no scope in my career path.

But if you choose companies related to your field, take exams related to the field, you will have a lot of possibilities to use your studies at work. Everything depends on

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Everything you study helps you professionally if you take a job related to your field of study. Education never fails anyone. It gives us the confidence to move forward and achieve our goals.

If you are a disciple of EEE and work as a software developer, then there is no use for your EEE education. For example me. I am an EEE student but I work as a senior analyst for an IT giant. Therefore, for me, EEE had no scope in my career path.

But if you choose companies related to your field, take exams related to the field, you will have a lot of possibilities to use your studies at work. It all depends on how much you like your field of study. For my part, I did not like to study the electrical architecture of things and could also talk, so I moved away from EEE as far as possible and I am doing what I love to do.

However, one thing that I have noticed is that customer satisfaction is the foundation of today's industry. Everything that is being developed, delivered or thought about is for the end user to use. So if you are a good electrical engineer and you have an empathetic approach towards what you think you can deliver to people and you also know how you can communicate the same, you will become "unstoppable".

May the force be with you, my friend, and may you soon realize what you want to be in the future!

Being a normal human being, I can say that the world never works without Electricity and Electronics products. The need for electrical and electronic products never diminishes until the end.

To the best of my knowledge, simple examples are:

  1. Automation is going to rule the world, EEE and IT would be the main sector for it.
  2. Traveling would be only in hybrid electric cars in the future, this would not be possible without an electrical engineer.
  3. Renewable energy continues to develop in our day to day. Electrical engineers have a good range.
  4. There are several PSUs, central and state government companies have large vacancies
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Being a normal human being, I can say that the world never works without Electricity and Electronics products. The need for electrical and electronic products never diminishes until the end.

To the best of my knowledge, simple examples are:

  1. Automation is going to rule the world, EEE and IT would be the main sector for it.
  2. Traveling would be only in hybrid electric cars in the future, this would not be possible without an electrical engineer.
  3. Renewable energy continues to develop in our day to day. Electrical engineers have a good range.
  4. There are several PSUs, central and state government companies have large vacancies compared to other departments.
  5. In the future, industries will be upgraded to Industry 4.0 (just see that in detail), which would never be possible without EEE.
  6. Tesla will be coming to India soon in 5 years, where they would be hiring primarily in EEA and programming.
  7. Electrical engineers can be appointed as a design engineer, quality control engineer, test engineer, reliability engineer, process and manufacturing engineer, etc. This shows that you have several fields in these standards.
  8. Even in the Electronics division it has several fields such as Semiconductor, Free Scale, NI-Lab VIEW, Texas Instuments, Matlab, Embedded, PCB, etc.
  9. You can even choose your higher studies in M.Tech or MS abroad or even PGDiploma courses are available in electrical field that have more scope even in foreign countries.

Still, there are more and more opportunities for electrical engineers that cannot be stopped. Today, electrical engineers are in high demand due to the increasing demand for electrical power, the growth of audio and visual communication systems, and automation in the industry.

So I think the facts I mentioned will surely give you some ideas about your question :)

EEE is an evergreen branch. Its scope does not end.

Electrical and electronic engineer is the main branch in which you can know many electrical and electronic things.

If you like physics, electrical circuits and everything.

If you want to work for the civil service and other government jobs, it will give you time and space to prepare.

You can get many government jobs by taking an EEE-like job in the National Thermal Power Cell (NTPC), the most authentic jobs in this field.

Aerospace, automotive, energy, IT, and telecommunications are just a few of the many industries in which you can work with a degree in ele

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EEE is an evergreen branch. Its scope does not end.

Electrical and electronic engineer is the main branch in which you can know many electrical and electronic things.

If you like physics, electrical circuits and everything.

If you want to work for the civil service and other government jobs, it will give you time and space to prepare.

You can get many government jobs by taking an EEE-like job in the National Thermal Power Cell (NTPC), the most authentic jobs in this field.

Aerospace, Automotive, Energy, IT, and Telecommunications are just a few of the many industries that you can work in with a degree in electrical and electronic engineering.

Job options

Jobs directly related to your degree include:

Aerospace Engineer

Broadcasting engineer

Control and instrumentation engineer

Design Engineer

Electrical engineer

Electronic Engineer

IT consultant

Network engineer

Nuclear engineer

Systems analyzer

Jobs where your title would be helpful include:

Management consultant

Multimedia programmer

Project Manager

Technical Author

Just be true to yourself and do it and don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.

It is not a very appropriate question at this time, when everyone is fighting for equal rights for boys and girls. Feminists scream "What boys can do, girls can do better" and completely miss it if they hear otherwise.

As for engineering, I don't see how a branch can be unsuitable for a girl. If it is work with heavy machinery and type of adaptation work, all dept. you have to do that (at least in the first year) be it EEE, CSE or Mech. It has become a kind of trend, like an incalculable rule of which this or that department. They are suitable for girls and others not, which is nonsense. Despite

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It is not a very appropriate question at this time, when everyone is fighting for equal rights for boys and girls. Feminists scream "What boys can do, girls can do better" and completely miss it if they hear otherwise.

As for engineering, I don't see how a branch can be unsuitable for a girl. If it is work with heavy machinery and type of adaptation work, all dept. you have to do that (at least in the first year) be it EEE, CSE or Mech. It has become a kind of trend, like an incalculable rule of which this or that department. They are suitable for girls and others not, which is nonsense. Even though there are girls in every department of any engineering school and they are actually graduating.

I am not in EEA, but as I heard from my friends, the hard work parameter remains somewhat constant when compared to others. But it's a great branch if you're good at circuits and electronics, with good job opportunities at the end of the day.

I only advise you to choose your branch based on your interests. If you don't have any of those options, check with seniors and find the best branch of your university.

Have a nice day!

Hi, friend!
It is easy to select one of them. But before selecting anyone.
You need to know what is (Electronics and Communication) and EEE.
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Engineering in Electronics and Communications deals with electronic devices, circuits, communication equipment such as transmitters, receivers, integrated circuits (IC). It also deals with basic electronics, analog and digital transmission and reception of data, voice and video (Example AM, FM, DTH), microprocessors, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antennas and wave progression. It aims to deepen the knowledge and skills of students about

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Hi, friend!
It is easy to select one of them. But before selecting anyone.
You need to know what is (Electronics and Communication) and EEE.
Here

Engineering in Electronics and Communications deals with electronic devices, circuits, communication equipment such as transmitters, receivers, integrated circuits (IC). It also deals with basic electronics, analog and digital transmission and reception of data, voice and video (Example AM, FM, DTH), microprocessors, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antennas and wave progression. Its objective is to deepen the knowledge and skills of students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them in their professional work that involves the analysis, implementation of systems, operation, production and maintenance of the various applications in the field of Electronic Engineering. and Communications.

What does an electronics and communications engineer do?

All the applications that make our life easier and more enjoyable, such as television, radio, computers, mobile phones, etc., are designed and developed by electronic and communication engineers.

  • Design and maintain satellites that carry television, telephone and Internet service to rural and remote regions.
  • ECE Engineers also create advanced communication facilities like video conferencing that bring people from all over the world together.
  • Develops programs for various control and communication systems.

Some job titles

  • Service engineer
  • Software analyst
  • Technical director
  • Field Test Engineer
  • Senior Sales Manager
  • Network planning engineer
  • Customer Support Engineer
  • Electronics and Communications Consultant
  • Research and development software engineer

Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE), addresses the engineering issues, opportunities, and needs of electrical, electronic, computer, telecommunications, and related industries. This branch provides students with a wide range of foundational knowledge in core disciplines such as communications, control systems, signal processing, radio frequency design, microprocessors, microelectronics, power generation, and electrical machines. The discipline focuses on the design and manufacture of electrical, electronic, computer equipment and its components, as well as the integration of components in complex systems.

What does an EEE engineer do?

EEE Engineers focuses on the analysis, design, development and manufacture of electrical equipment, electronic devices, mechatronics technologies, and automation and control systems.

  • Electrical engineers deal with power generation and transmission systems.
  • EEE engineers, circuit design for electric vehicles, computers, digital devices, electronic memory storage devices, industrial robots and CNC machines.
  • EEE engineers configure and operate telecommunications, wireless and Internet networks.


    Here are some typical job titles for engineers.
  • Design Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Engineering specialist
  • Chief Engineer
  • quality control engineer
  • Software engineer
  • Development engineer
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Research engineer
  • Systems Design Engineer
  • Field Engineer
  • Test engineer
  • Sales engineer

Both areas are the best according to their perspective, but you should choose according to your interest that helps you stay in that area.
It is not easy to get a job in the Core industry. Therefore, you need to focus more on the particular areas. So before choosing, you need to know the fields.
To my knowledge. After reading all the content, you will get an idea of ​​the fields.
As an ECE student, I suggest if you are interested in electronics, analog and digital transmission and reception of data, voice and video (Example AM, FM, DTH), microprocessors, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antennas and wave progression. Then you choose ECE ...
Have a life in electronics
hahahaha
* All the best for your future *

Let's start with the truth. If you want to get a job easily, you want to spend your life in a 3x4 cubicle in front of a desk and work in inhuman languages ​​that EEE has minimal scope for. But still, if you want to go there, you can easily switch to that domain even after your b.tech.

But EEE is not such an easy trade, the subjects are difficult, the job security at the core is less, but one thing is for sure: you will become a technical person and you will know how to deal with problems technically.

Speaking of placements, it totally depends on the TPC of the university. But most of the opportunities are in the sales engineer.

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Let's start with the truth. If you want to get a job easily, you want to spend your life in a 3x4 cubicle in front of a desk and work in inhuman languages ​​that EEE has minimal scope for. But still, if you want to go there, you can easily switch to that domain even after your b.tech.

But EEE is not such an easy trade, the subjects are difficult, the job security at the core is less, but one thing is for sure: you will become a technical person and you will know how to deal with problems technically.

Speaking of placements, it totally depends on the TPC of the university. But most of the opportunities are in the sales engineer profile (which will help you if you want to do an MBA). You can also search for entry-level jobs in private companies easily.

For the goverment. Jobs that one has to prepare hard for and pass the GATE exam.

One line answer to question: Reach is good if you are ready to optimize for the market and situations. Job opportunities in the IT domain are higher, but job security is very high in EEA.

I'm showing you some NITs that are better for ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING !!

  1. NIT TRICHI:

2. NIT WARANGAL:

3. NIT SURATHKAL:

These are some NIT's that are in the best position not only in the ELECTRICITY department, but in all departments !!!

U can also refer to the NIRF classification because in that list, they mentioned all the IIT and NIT classifications to consider all the aspects like:

Locations

Infrastructure

Investigate

Laboratory of practices, etc.

I hope it helps you!

BEST OF LUCK!!!

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