Electrical engineering is one of the most popular engineering courses in India and has been one of the major driving forces of high technology over the past few decades. Electrical engineering is rapidly growing not only within core areas such as wireless communications and mobile technologies but also in other areas such as nanotechnology, biotechnology and biomedical engineering. Considering how popular this course is, getting admissions into prestigious institutions such as the IITs and NITs is hugely competitive. The same applies for job hunting as well. Please read the following Q&A to discover this field in-depth, the various opportunities available in this realm and how you can go about forging a career path in electrical engineering.
The following universities from India appeared in the QS world ranking for top 200 universities in Asia for Electrical and Electronics Engineering. (In no particular order)
Apart from the above mentioned universities, other prestigious universities in India such as the NITs, BITs Pilani, Anna University etc are all renowned for electrical engineering. If you are unable to get a seat in any one of the above mentioned universities or reputed colleges within your state, try working with professors in reputed universities for internships and final year project. This will give you the much needed practical, quality work experience that will help elevate your academic profile.