B. Tech- Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Four year full time degree programme
12th in PCM with 50% marks
Rs. 317200/- for complete course
Electrical Engineering Objective
1. Electical Engineers have good Graduate Prospects
As you can see on the Subject League Table for Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Graduate Prospects remain high even a bit lower down the table. Certainly in the top 10 institutions, Graduate Prospects are formidable when compared to some other subjects. This suggests a higher employability in graduates of Electrical Engineering, an obvious bonus and real incentive for undergraduates to start a career in this field.
2. Electrical Engineers enjoy high starting salaries
As you can see on our What do Graduates Earn? page, Electrical & Electronic Engineering is firmly in the top half, with a salary in a professional job rising above £24,000. This means that graduates benefit from a degree of this kind, and whatever time and money you put in now will pay dividends come life post-graduation. With Electrical Engineering, you are helping society and getting paid a decent wage for doing so.
3. Global opportunities
You will be hard pressed to find a corner of the world where electrical engineers are not required. And there's even opportunities to study abroad too! If you use our CUG Course Chooser and filter your results correctly you will see that there are 17 possible courses on offer in the UK, across several different unis, which offer time abroad as part of the degree programme. If spending time overseas in a job you are passionate about appeals to you then perhaps Electrical Engineering is the right degree to choose. Here is a list of Electrical Engineering courses offering a year abroad.
4. Electrical Engineers are always in demand
What with the rapid expansion of the technology sector over the last few decades, the demand for those who can create, understand and alter electrical control systems has risen accordingly. Computing for one is constantly evolving and therefore innovative new thinkers are required to configure new ideas and pave the way in electronics.
According to the Engineering Report 2015, Engineering, including Electrical & Electronic Engineering, is one of the most in-demand professions in the UK, with vacancies set to rise into the millions come the turn of the decade.
A degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering therefore develops your skills, and makes you highly sought after in a world where graduate job markets are unpredictable and tough.
5. Electrical & Electronic Engineering helps people
For any budding altruistic engineers out there, you'll be pleased to know that the profession is built on the idea of improving systems to help humanity. Smart phones, for instance, have revolutionized the way we communicate, electrical systems in medical equipment allow us to monitor more effectively the behavior of those in need, and the electronics in security systems allow us to feel more secure.
Electrical & Electronic Engineers therefore offer an unquantifiable benefit to society; if you want to be part of that then perhaps a degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering is the one for you.
6. Electrical Engineers are at the forefront of future technologies
Electrical engineering is at the forefront of developing new technologies for a number of industries including transport, healthcare, construction, and robotics. What an exciting time to be alive and what an exciting time to be a electrical engineer.
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If selected, candidates can deposit the fee through cash/DD at ‘Dr K N Modi Engineering College’ payable at Modinagar or through payment gateways like credit card, Axis bank, Punjab National Bank DD, cash, etc. Within 15 days of the announcement of selection.
Electrical engineers can explore job prospects in the following field:
- consulting firms
- Federal/state/local governments armed forces
- Automotive industry
- Chemical industry computer industry
- Construction industry defense industry
- Electronics industry environmental industry
- Food and beverage industry transportation industry
- water/waste water industry nuclear industry
- Machine tool design industry
- Universities and colleges