Which group is the best, between EEE and CSE, for a better salary?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Kyree Padilla



Which group is the best, between EEE and CSE, for a better salary?

If your questions are about salary only, then you have to choose between a constantly growing salary or an initial exponential growth with almost stagnation later in your career. This satisfaction is not only in the salary but even in the profile you manage. Resulting in further Ur salary stagnation and subsequent layoffs like the one we are currently experiencing. Whereas with software combined with hardware, you can even go to isro / NASA or ne company. Like most future prospects call for electricity combined with software.

You can make a great salary by pursuing any course. Depends on college placements. In CSE, it is easy to get a job, while not in the case of eee. And also, you need work experience to get higher salary in EEE case if you have not been placed during campus placement

For quick money, opt for CSE. Good university campus placements guarantee a salary in excess of 5 lakhs per year. And for a good company, the salary only increases.

For EEE, one has to

CSE is an outdated one. Now the stage is electric integrated with the computer is good to sustain the future.

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There should be no confusion as to whether ECE is a good branch or not. ECE is an excellent branch to study, but only if you have a passion for electronics. Not just ECE, but all branches are good if you have a passion for that particular branch.

Now, getting to the second part of the question, what everyone says shouldn't matter much. I want to tell you what I have experienced in my university days and during internships.

Almost 70% of all ECE students were placed in software companies. But what about the rest of the students? So here comes what I'm trying to convey.

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Thanks for A2A.

There should be no confusion as to whether ECE is a good branch or not. ECE is an excellent branch to study, but only if you have a passion for electronics. Not just ECE, but all branches are good if you have a passion for that particular branch.

Now, getting to the second part of the question, what everyone says shouldn't matter much. I want to tell you what I have experienced in my university days and during internships.

Almost 70% of all ECE students were placed in software companies. But what about the rest of the students? Here comes what I am trying to convey. Some people were placed in very good core companies like Intel, Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm, and many more.

The thing is, not all ECE students (including myself) are passionate about electronics. Some of them took ECE because they couldn't get CSE, some of them took ECE because ECE students have both the software and core opportunities. All of these people go for a software profile in the end as they weren't completely focused on Electronics and the opportunities in the IT sector are much higher today as well.

But there was a boy in our class who was also my roommate in the third year. He has a great passion for electronics from the beginning of his school days, and he took ECE even though he should have learned it easily. He did a lot of good electronics projects during his b.tech and won almost every competition at our tech festival. They placed him in the first major company (Qualcomm), which visited our university. But he did not join Qualcomm (the dream company for many students) as he was later selected for the master's degree at IIT Madras.

He opted for MS over Qualcomm, and that shows just how passionate he is about electronics.

So the point is, it's all about you. If you don't have any specific passion so far, if you are comfortable in everything, if you can learn new things to be taught, I suggest you go for TI or CSE as neither opportunity is much greater. in the IT sector. But if you have developed an interest in something, be it electronics or mechanics or anything and if you are determined enough, no one can stop you, and then you must follow your passion.

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CSE …….

Just because my roommate who is in ECE is busy studying for tomorrow's exam and here I am wasting my time writing this answer on Quora, I will still get higher marks than him.

It's a prank….

I will post my experience.

According to me, both departments are easy / difficult according to you.

CSE- In this department everything depends on the student. If the student's power of thought is strong, the programming will be very easy and it will also depend on his interest. I find programming easy, not very easy, you will have to practice it every day on different competitive online coding sites like Codechef,

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CSE …….

Just because my roommate who is in ECE is busy studying for tomorrow's exam and here I am wasting my time writing this answer on Quora, I will still get higher marks than him.

It's a prank….

I will post my experience.

According to me, both departments are easy / difficult according to you.

CSE- In this department everything depends on the student. If the student's power of thought is strong, the programming will be very easy and it will also depend on his interest. I find programming easy, not very easy, you will have to practice it every day on different competitive online coding sites like Codechef, Codeforces, HackerRank and many more. If your thinking is not that strong, this course will probably be difficult for you. There are friends who do not like programming at all and cannot cope with the syllabus just because their basic knowledge is weak. In the university you will have to do everything on your own and not depend on the professors for anything. Self-study is the best. Now CSE not only has programming, but also has other aspects such as design, game development, graphic design for which you will need less coding and more creativity. So most of all, if you find programming difficult, then you will find CSE difficult. There will be some topics that will be relevant to CSE, but without coding or software, so you will hate those topics, but no problem.

ECE- In this department. it's all about math, graphing, differentiation, integration and then connecting circuits and then more math and then more circuits. So basically you will need to do more coping with math in this course. If you really like circuits, you will definitely love this apartment. You will have to deal with a lot of practices in Lab. BUT you will not get rid of programming, there will also be ARM programming here where you will have to write assembly codes that are more difficult than normal programming but again if your thinking is good it will be a piece of cake . There will also be data structures that will have C or Java or C ++. Then there will be other softwares that will require different programming, but it will be easy, not very difficult. Moreover, as long as you remain in this branch, You can still do CSE programming because in the end it will be very difficult to get a main job, so you will have to turn to IT companies or the government. jobs such as Bank, Secretary, UPSC, etc. So ECE is a bit difficult.

Lastly, I would like to say that you will have a lot of time during your Engineering life, so spend it wisely instead of wandering around with friends. Enjoy your life, go on a trip and visit different places, but also use the rest of your time to improve your skills. If you are from CS, spend time coding online and participate in different coding contests and if you are in ECE then learn some coding too. After Engineering you will still have many options like MTech but only good IIT, MS, MBA, UPSC, Bank, PSUs through gate and many more things. You can also start to like Youtubing and make your videos or short films and many more things. Basically, engineers can practice any profession except medical.

Having completed my bachelor's degree in EEA now, I can definitely get 10 major points.

  1. You are supposed to study electricity and electronics, which in itself is quite exciting and greatly increases your mastery of knowledge. Having said that, you will find many people who might complain about the pressure this branch puts on college students.
  2. If you are new to this branch or planning to follow it, keep in mind that you should always be in learning mode as it has a lot to offer.
  3. For a brief understanding, electrical topics (broadly speaking) would cover your basic electrical circuits and components, machines (2–3 s
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Having completed my bachelor's degree in EEA now, I can definitely get 10 major points.

  1. You are supposed to study electricity and electronics, which in itself is quite exciting and greatly increases your mastery of knowledge. Having said that, you will find many people who might complain about the pressure this branch puts on college students.
  2. If you are new to this branch or planning to follow it, keep in mind that you should always be in learning mode as it has a lot to offer.
  3. For a brief understanding, electrical topics (broadly speaking) would cover your basic electrical circuits and components, machines (2 to 3 separate semesters for DC, synchronous, induction, etc.), power systems and networks, detailed in the form of generation , distribution, protection. , switchgear, AT, EM theory, power and control electronics. Whereas, Electronics constitutes the analysis of digital networks of circuits, microprocessors / controllers, embedded systems, analog signals & & etc
    (Note: These were the main topics that I know personally to be the curriculum of most colleges throughout India However it can be slightly different and improvised as well.)
  4. The most important point to keep in mind if someone is or plans to be an EEA student, is that LAB WORKS ARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT! Being even a little sloppy with lab work can deprive you of deep understanding. I personally elaborated this point as I witnessed the negligence of the laboratory for 4 years.
    Having simple components with yourself and building DIY projects from the huge pool of cool ones available on the internet can work wonders. As long as you are informed, up-to-date, and determined. Ask for help and guidance, as it may seem difficult at first.
  5. Stay on your heels and keep an eye out for cool projects, internships, research opportunities to spend your time productively during your vacations and free time. I must warn you, if you don't do this, you could soon lose your way and feel things a bit dull and disoriented. It is difficult to have an innovative and creative approach towards your field if you are not actively involved in it in a practical way and you do not take projects in real time that give you an idea of ​​why the heck you are studying all the material and what your goals are. Applications. Electrical and electronic current is largely a disaster without actual exposure.
  6. I feel like the most fruitful thing throughout engineering is having a company of motivated lotmates who share a passion for cool things and good mentors to guide you. When you have friends around you who don't chatter about how useless engineering is all the time, who learn their own way out and strive to introduce themselves to new things and innovate. No matter how messed up the system is, try to get up and find your own ways to stand out. Efficient mentors will help you in the long run, too.
    Having a student club or circle of good friends of such positive people can change your entire college experience. Participate in various technology contests.
  7. The most important thing that I was missing from EEE (according to my university syllabus, I don't know about the others) is that I was largely ignorant of the communication aspect. Although, of course, electronics and communication are a separate branch for a reason, but still for the 4 years, I felt that electronics is incomplete without a separate detailed study of analog / digital communications, satellite communications and mobile phones, RF and networks. At my university, 1 subject was compiled to include all communication studies missing many of the topics mentioned above. A major issue like VLSI was optional and many other similar anomalies. I wish we had a curriculum as elaborate as ECE because I found electronics incomplete without it.
    Although it is difficult to design an EEA curriculum that accommodates all of these things. The point is that you study all these things and show interest.
  8. Have a good command of at least 1 programming language. Do not neglect the assembly language and learn it seriously, as it would help you understand the basic functionalities with greater precision.
    Get started playing with microcontrollers, arduino, raspberry pie, and learn by building small projects. Get help if needed.
    (Note: 90% of these things you will have to learn by yourself. That is why a good environment and dedication are really important. Think about the teaching of the class, do not expect to be spoon fed and that the notes and class teaching are all you need. I need to enlighten myself.)
  9. You can always take EE or ECE or EI if things are looking heavy and you are specifically interested in a stream. But if treated with dedication and interest, EEE can be fun. I find that its scope is immense and the things you learn are much more diverse. If you are interested in higher studies, you can always choose and go with what interested you the most.
  10. Job opportunities abound at good and reputable universities. But not so good with others.

    PS: These are just my personal opinions. Many of these things I followed, many I wish I had followed. However, these things could be a great help in planning things if one is interested in or currently looking for EEE.
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Before admissions:
Sharma ji: Beta, Computer Science feild ekdam stagnant hai. Civil me bohot scope hai aage. Son, the Computer Science field is stagnant. Opt for civil engineering. It has much scope in the future

After admission:
Me: What the hell, 40 girls in the CSE section and we only have 3 in Civil. I should have taken CSE!

After the locations:

Me: Fuck this shit, look at all those CSE guys getting high and getting crazy packages. I definitely should have taken CSE!

By the time you complete your engineering, our Sharma Ji is nowhere to be found and manages to ruin your life in a majestic way!

So before

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Before admissions:
Sharma ji: Beta, Computer Science feild ekdam stagnant hai. Civil me bohot scope hai aage. Son, the Computer Science field is stagnant. Opt for civil engineering. It has much scope in the future

After admission:
Me: What the hell, 40 girls in the CSE section and we only have 3 in Civil. I should have taken CSE!

After the locations:

Me: Fuck this shit, look at all those CSE guys getting high and getting crazy packages. I definitely should have taken CSE!

By the time you complete your engineering, our Sharma Ji is nowhere to be found and manages to ruin your life in a majestic way!

So before making such an important decision, do the following:

  • Sit down ... gather your thoughts ... Look at the pros and cons of this field keeping in mind the most important thing: your interest!
  • Also, take into account the university from which you will be studying engineering. Kick those people in the chin who say college and GPA are not important. Guess what? Is!
  • Lastly, whichever branch you choose. Be honest with yourself. Put your efforts and try to learn everything you can in those 4 years.

Finally, as Morpheus said ...

YES.

Sorry to disappoint you, but the fact that you like circuitry and layout doesn't say much about what will interest you at a later stage (you've probably done just one course on Electrical Engineering Fundamentals or equivalent). Have you carried out any project in EEE? or do you have any idea what research or jobs are like in EEA? Also, you haven't mentioned whether you liked Introduction to Programming or an equivalent course at IIT Patna. It will take you some time to really understand what kinds of things you like to do. I do not agree with Sekhar Burra. These are still early days

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YES.

Sorry to disappoint you, but the fact that you like circuitry and layout doesn't say much about what will interest you at a later stage (you've probably done just one course on Electrical Engineering Fundamentals or equivalent). Have you carried out any project in EEE? or do you have any idea what research or jobs are like in EEA? Also, you haven't mentioned whether you liked Introduction to Programming or an equivalent course at IIT Patna. It will take you some time to really understand what kinds of things you like to do. I do not agree with Sekhar Burra. These are still the early days.

I have spoken with many people from EE IIT Kanpur and many of them now wish they had taken CSE at some lower ranking IIT, for example IIT Roorkee. These are the people who have spent more than 3 years in the EE department doing various research projects, courses, practices and have positioned themselves. Placements will invariably be better for CSE for at least the next two years (when he will graduate). Obviously, there is no right or wrong answer. But given the current scenario, as Prateek Sharma has mentioned, unless you really despise computing, it is wise to choose CSE.

I guess the reason you ask this question is because you may not know where your interest is…. so I will write taking into account my experience and the current scenario.

  1. CSE, for the next few years at least, will have higher paying jobs than any major engg. If work is the priority, go blindly for CS.
  2. Even if you are not good at programming, the competition in your lot will drive you. There are so many platforms available to showcase your computer skills. (Codechef, topcoder, etc.)
  3. Choosing the correct branch is essential if you want to do research. As in the works, it is easy to change the current but difficult in the investigation.
  4. Yes eme
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I guess the reason you ask this question is because you may not know where your interest is…. so I will write taking into account my experience and the current scenario.

  1. CSE, for the next few years at least, will have higher paying jobs than any major engg. If work is the priority, go blindly for CS.
  2. Even if you are not good at programming, the competition in your lot will drive you. There are so many platforms available to showcase your computer skills. (Codechef, topcoder, etc.)
  3. Choosing the correct branch is essential if you want to do research. As in the works, it is easy to change the current but difficult in the investigation.
  4. If emerging technology interests you, computing will play an important role.
  5. All major branches are also investigating, but it is slow. Therefore, it also depends on your level of patience. In CS, you can literally start your own business in a few weeks. But developing or improving products in the main branches requires some time, a lot of research and patience.
  6. My experience: I belong to the '15 batch of NITK and, of my batch, 45% of EE students have joined IT or financial / analytics companies, around 30% doing M-Tech / MS and 15% in major companies last time I checked. And 65% of students got double job placement / upgrade during CS placements.

Now the choice is yours !!

I think EEE will have a better reach in 2021 than CSE.

  • Most students opt for the CSE branch, whether or not they are interested in it.

Consider this chat -

After the dashboard results

A: Hello, which branch will you choose?

B: I think EEE is better for me. And you ?

A: I will go with CSE.

B: What about C, D, E and F?

A: They all go with CSE.

B: Oh! So I also switched to CSE.

TO : :)

B: :)

That is called Indian hypocrisy.

Don't get confused between what you want and what others want.

  • Most of the students prefer CSE over other branches, so the student shortage causes a great loss for the industry. Then the demand for
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I think EEE will have a better reach in 2021 than CSE.

  • Most students opt for the CSE branch, whether or not they are interested in it.

Consider this chat -

After the dashboard results

A: Hello, which branch will you choose?

B: I think EEE is better for me. And you ?

A: I will go with CSE.

B: What about C, D, E and F?

A: They all go with CSE.

B: Oh! So I also switched to CSE.

TO : :)

B: :)

That is called Indian hypocrisy.

Don't get confused between what you want and what others want.

  • Most of the students prefer CSE over other branches, so the student shortage causes a great loss for the industry. So the demand from the students will increase and thus the scope will automatically increase.

It all depends on what you are passionate about.

At CSE the fields to be addressed are more about algorithms, programming, and software engineering.

In EEE, the fundamentals of AC and DC circuits will be discussed.

In ECE, the theorems and laws of electronics, digital and analog systems and signal, signal processing apply here.

But here's the fun part. All the courses you have mentioned have similarities, they all have relative subjects, such as general engineering subjects: Statics, dynamics, etc. They all have programming courses such as C ++, C, Python or

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It all depends on what you are passionate about.

At CSE the fields to be addressed are more about algorithms, programming, and software engineering.

In EEE, the fundamentals of AC and DC circuits will be discussed.

In ECE, the theorems and laws of electronics, digital and analog systems and signal, signal processing apply here.

But here's the fun part. All the courses you have mentioned have similarities, they all have relative subjects, such as general engineering subjects: Statics, dynamics, etc. They all have programming subjects like C ++, C, Python or Java, they all have the math in them, because according to common knowledge, math is important to engineers, of course.

That is all. So whatever field you are passionate about, it is the field you are going to pursue, because as we all know, if a person pursues his passion, he will surely excel in life.

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