The combination of both electrical and electronics engineering is known as Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The study revolves around the power in various forms like gas, fuel cell, solar, turbine, hydro, geothermal energy, wind and solar. It also teaches about the use, storage and generation of energy and power.
Electrical Engineers work for the generation, transfer and conversion of electrical power. On the other hand Electronic Engineers work on the transfer of information through electronic circuit, radio waves, designing of computer systems and the development of control systems.Eligibility Criteria :
Applicants for M. Tech should have a graduate degree B.E/B. Tech in engineering with high percentage marks with a valid GATE score.Degree & Duration :
This engineering field is rapidly growing these days. At postgraduate level one can choose from various specializations in VLSI, Signal processing, Communication Engineering, RF & Photonics and Power & Control. Moreover, following are the top employment areas that can be opted after graduation in EEE :