Electrical & Electronics Engg. (EEE)

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Top Colleges


University departments of Anna University, Chennai - CEG Campus

TNEA Code : 0001

Location: Chennai


P.S.G. College of Technology

TNEA Code : 2006

Location: Coimbatore


Coimbatore Institute of Technology

TNEA Code : 2007

Location: Coimbatore


Government College of Technology, Coimbatore

TNEA Code : 2005

Location: Coimbatore


Sri Sivasubramania Nadar College of Engineering

TNEA Code : 1315

Location: Kancheepuram


Thiagarajar College of Engineering

TNEA Code : 5008

Location: Madurai


Sri. Venkateswara College of Engineering

TNEA Code : 1219

Location: Sriperumbudur


Kumaraguru College Of Technology

TNEA Code : 2712

Location: Coimbatore


St.Joseph's College of Engineering

TNEA Code : 1317

Location: Kancheepuram


Sri Krishna College of Engineering & Technology (Autonomous)

TNEA Code : 2718

Location: Coimbatore


Kongu Engineering College (Autonomous)

TNEA Code : 2711

Location: Erode


Government College of Engineering, Salem

TNEA Code : 2615

Location: Salem


A.C. College of Engineering and Technology

TNEA Code : 5901

Location: Karaikudi


Mepco Schlenk Engineering College

TNEA Code : 4960

Location: Virudhunagar


Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College

TNEA Code : 1309

Location: Chennai


Panimalar Engineering College

TNEA Code : 1210

Location: Thiruvallur


Velammal Engineering College

TNEA Code : 1120

Location: Thiruvallur


Easwari Engineering College

TNEA Code : 1304

Location: Thiruvallur


R.M.K. Engineering College

TNEA Code : 1113

Location: Gummidipoondi


Government College of Engineering - Tirunelveli

TNEA Code : 4974

Location: Tirunelveli

Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), deals with the engineering problems, opportunities and needs of electrical, electronics, computer, telecommunication systems and related industries. This branch provides students with a wide range of fundamental knowledge in core disciplines such as communications, control systems, signal processing, radio frequency design, micro-processors, micro-electronics, power generation and electrical machines. The discipline focuses on design and manufacture of electrical, electronic devised, computers and their component parts, as well as on the integration of components into complex systems.


What does an EEE engineer do?


EEE Engineers focuses on the analysis, design, development and manufacture of electrical equipments, electronic devices, Mechatronics technologies, and automation and control systems

  • Electrical Engineers deal with power generation and transmission systems.

  • EEE engineers, design circuits for electrically operated vehicles, computers, digital devices, electronic memory storage devices, industrial robots and CNC machines.

  • EEE Engineers setup & operate the telecommunication, wireless and internet networks.


What is the future for an EEE graduate?


Electrical & Electronics engineers can work in wide range of fields such as power generation, electronics, computers & control systems, telecommunication and Bio-Medical. EEE Engineers can find opportunities in any of the following categories

Electrical Engineer in power generation and distribution in power plants & electrical sub stations.....

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Your Career as an Electrical Engineer

Electrical engineering is a profession that uses science, technology, and problem-solving skills to design, construct, and maintain products, services, and information systems. Electrical engineering is the historical name for what is now called electrical, electronics, and computer engineering.

Typically electrical engineers have earned a Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering in areas that include electronics, electrical engineering, or computer engineering. A junior engi- neer may spend the first year or two on the job learning the company's products and design procedures before choosing a technical specialty. Job responsibilities include specification, design, development, and implementation of products or systems, as well as research to create new ideas. This role provides a number of challenges ranging from problem identification and the selection of appropriate technical solutions, materials, test equipment, and procedures, to the manufacture and production of safe, economical, high-performance products and services.

An electrical engineer may choose to couple the technical aspects of a position with management responsibilities. The technical expertise required for management today is increasing because of the explosion of knowledge in engineering, technology, and science.

A Bachelor of Science degree in engineering with a specialty in electrical engineering may also serve as a starting point for careers in many other diverse fields, ranging from business to law, medicine, and politics, since the problem-solving skills acquired in an electrical engineering program provide an extraordinarily valuable asset. The same skills will equip you to assume leadership roles in your community and in professional circles outside the workplace.

In addition to the primary fields of electrical, electronics, and computer engineering, a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering serves as an appropriate base for several allied fields. These include, for example, biomedical engineering, com- puter science, and aerospace engineering.


Here are some typical job titles for engineers


  • Design Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Engineering Specialist
  • Chief Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Development Engineer
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Research Engineer
  • Systems Design Engineer
  • Field Engineer
  • Test Engineer
  • Sales Engineer


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