Why is Electrical Engineering getting a lot of attention from students these days?

B.Tech in Electrical Engineering is a four-year undergraduate programme that includes the study of- Integrated Circuits and Solid State Devices; Robotics; Power systems; Communication systems; Fault Analysis; Design of Building Automation Systems; Energy Auditing and Saving; Power Control Circuit Design; Micro controller programming etc. This field of engineering is one of the largest and fastest growing in India. The curriculum of this course is designed strategically to train professionals who eventually can serve in the space of core electrical engineering, information and communication systems, and other related fields. In a contemporary world, an electrical engineer should be proficient at software and computer hardware both.

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Admission in B.Tech is facilitated through various exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, VITEEE, MHT CET and TS EAMCET where lakhs of students appear every year across the country.

The need for B.Tech in Electrical Engineering has soared over the last few years.Automation and AI have penetrated various disciplines of Engineering and this is where Electrical and Electronics Engineering courses gain relevance since they are essential in training engineers to enable automation in any sector.This field of engineering involves designing, developing and testing electrical equipment. Financially, this field of engineering is rewarding as it pays well. According to a report, average salary of an electronic engineer in India is ₹401,382/annum. Wide range of sectors including aerospace, automotive, energy, IT and telecommunications, will await you post the completion of your degree.

Some of three top engineering colleges/universities with its updated curriculum make you industry ready and relevant. Basic and advanced levels in signal processing, electromagnetic and communication theory, together with IC design, Communication Networks and Power Systems, specialisation in power and distribution systems, VLSI and Embedded System Design, Automation and Robotics or Communication Systems, respectively, are some key aspects of a curriculum of a new-age university.

Also, multi-disciplinary approach with state-of-the-infrastructure are added benefits of universities with great repute.  The Indian education sector has come to an interesting juncture where students are well-versed with what is happening around them and what kind of ‘Degree’ or ‘Experience’ will pay them off in long run. Students, these days are also inclined towards universities which have international collaborations with top global universities. Labs imparting hands-on experience and faculty of world-class stature are some other added benefits of studying in a new-age university. All-round development of students is what emerging universities in India are targeting.

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