Please enter your Mobile Number and Education Level to proceed.
Please explain this to me
There are four paths that will lead you to become an Electronics Engineer:
Degree in Electronics Engineering(BE / B.Tech) Have passed the AMIE (Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers) in Electronics
Have passed the Graduate membership Examination of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers
Have diploma in Electronics Engineering
I would suggest you to go for the first option if you are looking to become one. You will get preference in jobs if you have a degree rather than a diploma. Most companies won't even hire diploma students. In case you already have a diploma, you can still make lateral entry to an Engineering college in second year. Many colleges do that. If you are just 12th pass out student, or going to pass soon, below is more information for you to get an Engineering degree.
The basic eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Admission to these courses is highly competitive and only those with high academic performance in the board of examination i.e the marks secured in the final exams of 10+2 and in the entrance test can expect admission.
Admission to IITs, NITs and other top institutes is through Joint Entrance Exam (JEE).
JEE is conducted in two stages from this years onwards. JEE Mains is for the NITs and other central government funded institutes while JEE advanced will be conducted only for top 1.5 lakhs students from JEE Mains. The JEE advanced exam will decide your fate for the entry in IITs.
There are so many other state level and national level entrance exams for different government and private engineering colleges. You will be tested on your ability is Physics Chemistry and Maths in these tests.
If you wish to do Diploma in Electronics, then you should be 10th with minimum 50%.
If you wish to do Degree in Electronics, then you should be either Diploma holder or 12th with Science with PCM.
You also need to appear for common entrance test for engineering in your State and get above the cut off marks.
The basic eligibility is having done with 11th and 12th with courses physics,Maths,chemistry.you need to understand the concepts of physics,match and some concepts of chemistry..You can take admission in top universities which provide you excellent placement opportunities good platform to improve practical knowledge.those Universities provide you scholarships are 1) BIIT's2) Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology
In order to post replies to the question: "What is the eligibility criteria to be a Electronics engineer?"
Founder And Director At Canvas Career
Mr. Prathamesh is a Certified Career Consultant by Psytech International (bps) UK and is also a Certified Trainer for Life Skills; he is pursuing Narrative Therapy from Adelaide, Australia. He has been in to career counseling for more than 8 years now he practices MINDFULNESS psychotherapy with students. He possesses vast experience in teaching and career counseling. Currently he is associated with FUEL NGO. He had counseled over laces of students and is a founder director of Canvas Career Consultancy, committed to conduct Psychometric assessments for students and do career counseling by making them aware about new career avenues
FreeLancer Academic and Career Guidance Counsellor
Mrs. Halima is a postgraduate in psychology from Osmania University and a International Diploma in Guidance & Counseling in collaboration with COL, Canada. She posses Enormous experience in Academic and Psychological Counseling and had done Project on “Counseling & Guidance using ACA & APA standards “, “Motivation to enhance academic achievements”,” Comparative analysis of Self Confidence of undergraduate boys & girls”. She had worked as an Academic Research Associate at Indian Institute of Management, Indore. She specializes in educational, career and academic counseling and guidance, Organizational behavior.
Career Counsellor & Certified Trainer
Choosing a right career is very important. A cautious decision taken after 10th class/ 12th class / Graduation and after B.Tech. has a long impact on your life. As education is expensive and requires lot of efforts to be successful, there is a need of a career counsellor/guide.
I guide the students for career options suitable for them on an individual basis after their 10th Or 12th Or Graduation. I also guide them over their fitment for Arts, Commerce and Science Stream.
With realistic approach, I have saved the money of lots of parents and most valuable time of more than 500+ students by showing them the right direction.
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
Dr. Anand has 10+ yrs experience in education and financial sector, 12+ yrs into writing articles and books. He advises on Finance, Banking, Management, Commerce, Engineering, Education. B.Com, M.A. Economics, PGDFB (SIBM), DIT, Ph.D (Education Economics)
See All Questions