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Career as an Electrical Engineer



Electrical engineers are trained to dive into the world of electronics. They help solve various problems related to electronic devices, systems and other machinery associated with their field. The bedrock of electrical engineering mostly stems from mathematics and physics, they are the tools that help engineers determine the functionality of machine-ware pertaining to their line of work.

Eligibility Criteria:


  • Must possess at least 50% aggregate from a recognized institution in 12th, from any board PUC/CBSE/ICSE/ISC, etc. However, the cut-off margin varies with the selection process of different colleges.
  • Should procure a valid score in entrance exams such as JEE-MAINS/CET/VITEEE/JEE-Advanced, etc. Different colleges offer their own entrance exams if you don’t have a satisfactory score in JEE or other competitive exams – colleges like NMIMS, Symbiosis International University, XUB, Andhra University, LPU, etc. Every state offers their own entrance exam as well.
  • One must earn a degree in B.Sc/B.Tech or a Diploma to become an Electrical Engineer. This is a basic qualification you must require to enroll in this line of work.
  • An M.Tech in Electrical Engineering can also prove to be helpful while looking for a higher degree and better learning.
  • Must conduct assessments of electronic machinery and equipment to make certain of its functionality.
  • Look through different instructions offered by different sketches, blueprints, plans, etc., offered to assemble different structures belonging to the machines.
  • Required to solve problems, errors, malfunctions faced by electronic equipments and obtain additional equipments or methods to solve them.
  • Changing faulty hardware and replacing them with proper tools.
  • Oversee the methods of manufacturing industry grade machinery and supervise proper distribution.
  • Apprehension of Physics — Awareness and interpretation of physical concepts, laws, their cross relationships, and applications for understanding liquid, substance, and tropospheric mechanics, and structural, electronic, atomic, and micro functions and procedures.
  • Science and Innovation — Creation of realistic and analytical development of science & technology. This involves the application of principles, methods, processes and machinery to the fabrication and manufacturing of different products and services.
  • Authority and Establishment — Understanding and interpreting methods the market and management concepts used in strategic planning, capital distribution, human capital modelling, technical leadership, manufacturing processes, and human and resource co - operation.
  • Craftsmanship — Implementation of the design concepts, methods and concepts used in the development of advanced materials plans, schematics, diagrams and designs.
  • English Grammar — Familiarity in English Grammar of the form and substance of the English language, along with the context and pronunciation of words, principles of grammar and language.
  • Problem Detection — Determining the presence of a problem or the likely event of having one.
  • Steady Movement — Possessing dexterity in moving hands and arms without any shaky movements while keeping them in position.
  • Selective Attentiveness — Focusing on key tasks that require utmost priority over a period of time without being liable to interruptions or distractions.
  • Visual Recognition — Determining the image or the presentation of a device after being moved or rearranged.
  • Verbal Competence — Addressing ideas and notions with precision and clarity.
  • Critical Analysis — Learning and identifying the strengths and weaknesses along with providing solutions and counter-measures to reduce the impact of potential problems.

Once you procure the required qualifications for becoming an Electrical Engineer, a myriad of options are open to you. There are multiple projects you can undertake throughout this line or work, and there are many other fields you can branch out to.

  • Circuit Design Engineer: The circuit design engineer designs electronic equipment that is used in embedded systems such as a monitor, telephone or television. As a circuit design specialist, the job involves designing the newest developments in circuitry, manufacturing circuit devices, and debugging after implementation.
  • Communications Technician: A Communications Technician helps establish communications by repairing, modifying and upgrading the telecommunications systems and devices. Technicians devise methods to identify the problems and a method to tackle it.
  • Micro-Electrical Engineer: Micro-electrical engineers are specialists who delve into the field of developing, repairing or creating electrical components that support both macro and micro- electronic devices. Components like transistors, capacitors, inductors, resisters, diodes, etc., can be found in micro-electronic devices.
  • System technicians: System technicians hand help provide assistance for the users in the technical aspects of the system. Their job primarily revolves around regulating the performance of their company’s computer systems – making sure that their system has a well-rounded firewall, free from malware, virus, DOS attacks, etc.
  • Power Systems Engineer: Power Systems Engineers play a key role in dealing with electrical systems, with functions starting from performing power system experiments to evaluating wind turbine parts. Power systems engineers may work for wind farm manufacturers, electrical energy providers, or wind generator stakeholders.

Career opportunities


Electrical engineers can opt for various fields of work in the companies listed below:

  • DLF power Limited
  • Kirloskar
  • Automobile Industries (Hyundai, Nexa, TATA Motors, Honda Cars, Mahindra & Mahindra, etc.)
  • Schneider Electric
  • Shell Oil Company
  • Larsen & Toubro
  • Samsung
  • Vivo
  • Google
  • Qualcomm India Private Limited
  • Cyient
  • ABB

Colleges offering courses


  • Amity University, Noida, Delhi
  • Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
  • Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
  • Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
  • Lovely Professional University, Phagwara
  • Indian institute of Technology, Kanpur
  • Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda
  • SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai
  • College of Engineering, Pune

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