Be a torchbearer with Electrical Engineering

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Give an electrical boost to your Dreams by opting for the most exciting and rewarding career and if your passion and love is the changing the faulty fuse or bulb and also you are not no more scared of getting electrical shock, and most important if you believe in innovating things that will make this world  a better and safe place to live, then electrical engineering is THE BEST for you…

Electrical Engineering At A Glance

Have you heard of these names –Alexander Graham Bell (inventor of Telephone), Nikola Tesla(Father of Radio) N.R. Narayana Murthy(co-founder of Infosys), Nandan Nilekeni (co-founder of Infosys), Raghuram Govinda Rajan ( 23rd Governor of the Reserve Bank of India), Manohar Parrikar ( Defence Minister of India & Ex.Chief Minister of Goa),  ? Yeah, You are right, They are famous but give a second thought. Apart from being famous they also has a common resemblance i.e., they all are electrical engineers.

Electrical Engineering is one of the world’s largest sought out field in the Engineering Stream. The statistics reveal that more than 25% of the jobs in engineering field are for electrical engineers only.  Many countries are experiencing a shortage of trained, knowledgeable Electrical Engineers, so a whole world full of opportunities is available for talented, capable and young electrical engineers. We can’t even imagine a world without electricity and electrical appliance. Electrical engineers are required in areas such as electric power industry which generates, transmits, and distributes power to rural as well as urban areas; manufacturers of  electrical  as well as electronic, medical or in transportation sector . They are also in great demand in the infrastructure development viz., SEZ projects, building construction etc. They are required to understand the need of the customer, and should be able to design accordingly. Once the design is approved the next process of  development starts and after that the test of the electrical equipment is done which ends with its successful implementation. Not only this, maintenance of the product also requires  trained engineers. In a nutshell it can be said that a well trained electrical engineer can make a career as a designer or researcher or can make a career in various manufacturing industries or can also work as an analyst or in the maintenance domain.

Employment opportunities exist in both the public and the private sector. In the public sector, you can work in the NATIONAL THERMAL POWER PLANT – NTPC, ISRO, BHEL, DRDO, SAI, BEL (For applying these core jobs in government sector candidate need the GATE score along with the 60% aggregate in academics. Age limit for these companies is 21 – 28 years. And recruitment process for these companies is written test & final interview) In the private sector, on the other hand you can secure a job in Aditya Birla Group, Hindustan Lever Network, Videocon Group and various other sectors such as communications, IT companies, aviation sector, biomedical electronics, manufacturer of  household appliances, railways, wiring industries, etc.

About the program:

Electrical Engineering Discipline offers Diploma, Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degree to the students. For taking admission in diploma (3 years course) the minimum requirement is 10 pass and for bachelors degree which is of 4 years, 12th pass (minimum 50%) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics as the major subjects and also after clearing their respective entrance test.

From where I can do this course :

There are lots of engineering colleges both private as well as government which run electrical engineering courses such as IIT’s, NIT’s, BIT’s, regional colleges, government colleges, private colleges etc. Before taking admission in any college check for the accreditation/ affiliation/ recognition of the college. Also make sure that they have a proper training and placement cells specially dedicated for students and various programs such as summer internships, campus placement drives etc.

Personal Attributes :

To be a part of this industry, you need to have an ability to work in team and should be able to work with multidisciplinary profiles. You need to have good engineering skills. Lastly, should possess ability and patience to help and work in extreme conditions, risk, pressure but safeguarding the future generation by innovating in a sustainable manner.

So we can just imagine what a credibility an electrical engineer posses, they have the power to change the whole world and has got the ability to transform and bring a positive change which will ultimately result in a better place to live in.

Once after gathering & reviewing all the above information you can choose the right path for your career. Best of luck for a bright future.

Mamta Solanki

About Mamta Solanki

Mamta Solanki is Assistant Manager, Editorial at Raisoni Group of Institutions , Nagpur

5 Responses to Be a torchbearer with Electrical Engineering

  1. Dr V K Chandrakar says:

    Well written, precise and effective article dedicated to electrical engineering.

    I will like to congratulate you for motivational talk about electrical engineering domain


  2. Annapurna Sutar says:

    Dear Ma’am, I would like to thank you for sharing a very useful information. Your article explains everything easily. I am sure that this will help students a lot. In fact I would like to share this information among my students, so that they will be benefited out of it.

  3. Shubhangi Lohakpure says:

    Dear ma’am,
    I would like to thank you for shearing this very useful article with us this may be helpful to our student.

  4. Mamta Solanki says:

    Thanks Chandrakar Sir and Shubhangi Md for your inspirational feedback.

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