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Scope of Electrical Engineering

Scope of Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is multidimensional and dynamic on account of fast expected growth in Electric Vehicular Technologies, Robotics, Smart Grid, Power Engineering & High Voltage Transmission, Electric Drives, and Renewable Energy Sector. Following are the salient aspects regarding trends and opportunities in Electrical Engineering.

In a move backing the government emobility targets set for 2030, the NITI Aayog has proposed that only electric vehicles should be sold in India by 2030. The government think tank believes that such a move will expand India’s clean fuel vision beyond two and three-wheelers in the country.

Despite of covid , The Essential Electrical Engineering sector observed 32% growth in average package for fresher young students of Nirma University & maximum package offered up to 16,64,580.

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Electrical engineers will always be in demand, irrespective of the situation. Even when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the world into a global lockdown, Electrical engineers had to work hard to ensure that people had electricity in their homes, uninterrupted Wi-Fi service to continue working from home, and the smooth functioning of healthcare facilities to ensure deployment of adequate medical care. Hence, it can be safely said that Electrical engineering is a fairly recession-proof career option.

Electrical engineering offers a versatile career that one can literally work anywhere in the world after acquiring a B.Tech./B.E. in Electrical Engineering. The guiding principles of Electrical applications, mathematics, and physics are applied in nature, the degree is well accepted by most top global companies. There is a lot of demand for qualified and skilled Electrical engineers by countries across the globe.

The tech industry is expanding by the minute, and there is always going to be a high demand for skilled Electrical engineers who hold a B. Tech./ B.E. in Electrical Engineering degree. Over the last few years, the global markets have seen a steep rise in the demand for Electrical engineers, and there is a projection for increased demand in the coming years as well. Demand of Electrical engineers is continuously increasing in PSUs as well.

A lot of companies provide some level of skill-oriented training to newly recruited Electrical engineers, in turn helping your career growth as you progress with the industry. The M.Tech./ M.S. in Electrical Engineering is a better choice to gain a higher qualification and more refined skills which will take your career to the next level.

Electrical engineering demands hands-on skills which will leave no room for boredom or the possibility of a desk job. There will always be a scope for innovation which will require you to develop analytical and problem-solving skills to work effectively in the industry. Electrical engineering is a very challenging job and if you are someone who does not enjoy being stuck behind a desk, then this is the right career for you.

Electrical engineering is a multidimensional career option. While pursuing Electrical engineering you can further enhance your capabilities into including relevant specialisations that can help you gain better career opportunities. You can also pursue Electric Vehicle Technologies, Power Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Robotics, Renewable Energy Technologies, Telecommunications Engineering, to name a few options. Having multiple specialisations pertaining to Electrical engineering will always open up more diverse career opportunities for you across sectors.