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The study of Electrical Engineering mainly deals with the use of engineering to build up devices and gadgets, which we use daily. This study focuses on strategically creating electrical appliances for carrying out specific functions through the knowledge of science and mathematics. This field is concerned with the making of infrastructures such as power stations and military defence systems. It develops and establishes techniques that use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. Through power electric motors and generators, the public could gain access to the fundamentals of electrical devices, which serve as an advantage in all places.

Electrical Engineers design, develop research, test, monitor, and supervise the functions of electrical equipment and installations. The work components of the commercial sector, industrial sector, military, and science sector binds with Electrical Engineering. From mobile phones to large generation plants, Electrical Engineers solve related problems and create solutions. Technically, the expertise of Electrical Engineers applies in almost all industries. Engineers in this field are knowledgeable with topographical maps. This knowledge is required to ensure that installations and operations happen as per customer requirements. Electrical Engineers handle potential projects and invent new technologies while improving the existing ones.

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Study levels:

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The different study levels that Electrical Engineering students can opt for are:
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Embedded Technology
Bachelor of Engineering in Energy and Power Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Technology
Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Embedded Technology
Bachelor of Technology in Energy and Power Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Engineering
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Master of Engineering in Electronics and Embedded Technology
Master of Engineering in Energy and Power Engineering
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Technology
Master of Technology in Electrical Engineering
Master of Technology in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Master of Technology in Electronics and Embedded Technology
Master of Technology in Energy and Power Engineering
Master of Technology in Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D. in Engineering and Technology

Specialisations:

The different fields of specialisation offered by this discipline are:
Radio Frequency Engineering
Signal Processing
Microelectronics
Control Systems
Power Engineering
Telecommunications
Semiconductors
Electro Physics
Microsystems

Throwing Caps

Optics and Photonics
Signal and Image Processing
Network Systems
Computer Networking
Remote Sensing
Space Systems
Circuits
Very Large-Scale Integration (VLSI)

Nanotechnology
Electronic Circuits
Energy Studies
Power Electronic Converters
Digital Electronic Circuits
Programming
Electromagnetic Compatibility

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Employability:

Electrical Engineering is not limited to wires and circuits. Instead, it plays a vital role in telecommunication as well. Electrical Engineers help navigate IT projects that extend to most of the public and private sectors. The interdisciplinary nature of this sub-discipline ensures job security because the demand for Electrical Engineers keeps on increasing. Various fields of work do not function smoothly without Electrical Engineers because workplaces highly depend on modern-day technology, primarily based on Electrical Engineering.

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    Mentioned below are some of the job profiles related to this field of engineering:
    Electrical Engineer
    Electronics Engineer
    Control and Instrumentation Engineer
    Broadcast Engineer
    Design Engineer
    Consultant
    Nuclear Engineer
    Project Manager
    Systems Analyst
    Electrical Test Engineer
    Sales Engineer
    Electrical Engineering Technician
    Electrolysis and Corrosion Engineer
    Power Distribution Engineer
    Power Transmission Engineer
    Chief Engineer
    Engineering Manager
    Electrical Systems Supervisor
    Senior Electrical Engineer
    Senior Electronics Design Engineer
    Professor
    Applications Engineering Manager
    Principal Electrical Engineer
    Information Technology (IT) Manager

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    Given below are some of the public and private sectors which hire Electrical Engineers:
    Micron Technology
    Raytheon
    IBM
    Dewberry
    Northrop Grumman
    Lockheed Martin
    Honeywell
    Johnson & Johnson
    DISH
    Stryker Corporation
    Google
    Apple
    Shell Oil Company
    BMW Group