Electrical & Electronics Engineer - Career Queries

Electrical and Electronics engineer generally deals with the study of electricity, electromagnetisms and electrical. They are the ones who invent the electrical appliances and also they make the usage of electrical powers in the most prominent way. They also manufacture the systems which distributes the data through electricity. They are the father of transistors and integrated circuits. The motherboards of computers are made by them. Electrical engineers work in enormous fields of engineering such as electronics, power engineering, digital computers, telecommunications, radio-frequency engineering, control systems, signal processing, microelectronics and instrumentations. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Electrical & Electronics Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Electrical & Electronics Engineer

Dear Friend:As you have not mentioned whether you are doing diploma or planing to do diploma or BE? Anyways Diploma in EEE is a very good technical course which makes you skilled in specialized manner and also gives you broad exposure to the different types of industries either in govt, corporate or offshore level. After 10th you can explore diploma which is a junior level of  engineering or technical course and further you can pursue BE/B.Tech in EEE. If you go for BE or B.Tech after diploma then module becomes very interesting and compatible for you, further you will be given the priori

1 answer manojjnu Kumar in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

There are quite a few job options available to you after getting the degree of an Electrical and Electronics Engineer. I am explaining below the different opportunities that you can explore. Please note that there are countless options and it is not possible to mention all of them here. Therefore I will only be presenting the broad idea of them:1. You can go for a higher education degree and then look for a job. As you want to explore the options beyond Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Masters in the same won't do it for you. You can either go for an MBA or various other Masters options

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The typical day of an Electrical and Electronics Engineer can be summarized as below:The work depends on which sector your are working on. As an Electrical and Electronics Engineer you can go to Electrical or power sector, or you can go on to join the core electronics manufacturing sector. The work responsibilities and day to day life varies accordingly.Engineers specializing in electric power often are involved with the creation of electricity at power generation stations.Engineers specializing in electronics deal with a variety of equipment including radar, telephone systems, and m

1 answer Deepak Rana in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear aspirant Thank you for approaching counsellors at CareerGuide.com. Electrical and electronics engineering is an excellent degree to study as until the world uses appliances and continue to live in homes there will be job opportunities till that extent. About the degree: This degree will help you learn all the concepts in building electrical and electronics. Therefore your syllabus will include circuit theory, engineering mechanics, Computer aided crafting and modelling, electromagnetic theory, transforms and partial differential equations, environmental acience, data structures

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear aspirant    Thank you for approaching counsellors at Mera career guide and i am extremely impressed with your choice of career in becoming a profesosr. You have chosen a highly reputable, responsible profession and hats off to your decision for that.                            To become a profesosr in your desired subject, you have two options.  1. one, studying a doctorate qualification like a PhD 2. second, having a minimum of 10-15 years of senior position industry exper

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Hello Syed,   Welcome to Careerguide.com.   Diploma in Electrical and Electronics is in demand across various sectors. You can find opportunities in Power, Equipment manufacturing, Electronics, Instrumentation, Telecom domains etc. In the course of your diploma , you learn certain core and subject specific skill which actually helps in getting a job. Employers generally look for the technical acumen in a candidate. So, design your resume by highlighting your core skills, strength areas, seminars and technical workshops etc. and apply through job portals and consultancies. A possible

1 answer Halima Sadiya in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, Surprising that after doing MTech, you are still thinking of what to do. Immediately starting hunting for a job. If you college has placement assistance it is better. If not, contact friends, relatives, job consultants and upload your resume on the job portals. For good candidates, there are job opportunities available, for that you will have to ensure that you have the necessary employability skills like computer skills, inter personal skills, attitude, positive outlook, flexibility, adaptability, english language proficiency etc. Highlight your strong point in your resume and

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, Now that you know you are very weak in quantitative techniques and verbal ability too, do you really feel, that you will be able to crack the toughest exam like CAT with good percentile? The only option to sort out this issue is to introspect why at all you are thinking of doing MBA. Do you think that if MBA not done, there wont be companies offering you jobs?  You will be able to get admission to a very average or below average MBA college in India, but would that be sufficient and would that give you good jobs? I think you are thinking that MBA degree will open doors of c

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, Why did you choose Human Resource after Engineering? What's the use of Human Resource for an Engineer? It appears that you wanted to come out of the engineering field and choose something else. Have you not got placements from your MBA college? I think you have employability issues due to which you are not able to get a job still. No further education is suggested since you are now fully qualified. Your engineering will not help you in getting a non -engineering job. You will get jobs based on HR and Marketing. You are suggested to find a job immediately. Please upload your resu

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Hello Surabhi Both the courses have good scope and can’t be compared with each other. It depends on your interest about management field and about the engineering stream. It’s highly recommended to start with a job and work for a couple of years so that you can make the right decision about career path. The benefits are Introduction to various tasks, departments and work culture One gets an idea about various sub fields like R &D, production, maintenance, etc and own interest in these fields After working for one or two years, you will have a clear idea about whether to switch

3 answers Deepti Khandekar in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, Kindly specify your exact career question. Best wishes

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Hi Roy, List of colleges for MD Ayurveda in Mumbai and Karnataka are: KARNATAKA ALN Rao Memorial Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, AV Samiti’s Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Bijapur Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Old Hubli Bapuji Ayurvedic Medical College, Shimoga G.Melmalagi Ayurveda Medical College, Gadag Goverment Ayurvedic Medical College, Bangolore Ayurved Medical College & Hospital, Mysore Karnataka Liberal Education Society Shri BM Kankanadi AyurvedMahavidyalaya, Belgaum Shri JG Cooperative Hospital, Ayurved Medical College, Belgaum SS Ayurvedic Medical College, Haveri MAHARASHTRA Shri Gangadhar Shas

1 answer Jubin Kurian in Electrical & Electronics Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, The ideal way to assess and know what you are capable of and which career is suitable to you, is to take a psychometric test Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com This test will assess you strengths, weaknesses, interests, passion areas, emotional suitability. The report generated will also give you few highly recommended for you career options which you can think of. I would recommend that you speak to me on phone and we can discuss in detail and reach a conclusion. Best wishes

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