B.Tech EEE is a 4-year undergraduate course in electrical engineering with a background in electronics. The minimum eligibility for this course requires passing class 12th/ Higher Secondary Examination in Physics and Maths.
The average tuition fee for this course ranges from INR 1.5 to 2.5 Lacs
The mode of admission is mostly through an Engineering Entrance Examinations including the different examinations conducted by University/ State or National Joint Entrance Exams.
B. Tech EEE graduates can choose from jobs in the IT Sectors, Electronics Industry, Federal or State government forces, Consulting firms, etc, as Electrical Engineer, Software Engineer, IT Consultant, Software Developer etc. A fresh graduate of this course can expect an annual salary in the range of INR 1 to 3 Lacs which would only increase with experience in the field.
10+2 or equivalent
Entrance Exam or direct admission
Approx. 3 to 4 Lacs
Average Starting Salary
INR 2 to 4.5 Lacs
|Top Recruiting Companies|
Havells, Legrand, Voltech Engineering, Anchor Electrical and Electronics, Crompton Greaves
This field of Engineering indulges in the study and application of electricity and electronics. In a world that practically lives on electricity, electrical appliances, and computer software, this branch of engineering has a bright future.
B.Tech EEE is designed to provide skills and knowledge about the electrical, electronic and computer-based systems so as to make students successful engineers with a shining career. The course consists of core courses, electives, and Lab Practical.
The course delivery methods include lectures, lab work, practical training, assignments, workshops etc. During B.Tech EEE course, students are encouraged to undergo practical training and this usually happens after the end of the fourth semester.
The students are also required to complete a research project which forms an integral part of their final evaluation leading to the B.Tech degree. In the final assessment, the students are graded on Theory paper, Term work (tests, assignments), Lab work, Training, and Research Project.
The minimum eligibility for this requires, passing the higher secondary school certificate (10+2) examination with science subjects such as Physics and maths as compulsory subjects along with other subjects like Chemistry, Computer Science, Biotechnology, and Biology. Minimum percentage of marks in class 12/ higher secondary Examination is generally from 50% to 55%.
B. Tech EEE: Admission Process
If the candidate is eligible, they can apply for the course either through Direct Entry (as mentioned in Eligibility) or through Entrance Examination. Since the Joint Entrance Examinations for Engineering are conducted at University/ State/ National level, it is important to keep a check on the Entrance Exams for Engineering.
The admission process is briefly described in the following diagram.
Top entrance examinations for B.Tech EEE is as follows:
JEE Main: The Joint Entrance Exam applications are available online in the months of December and January. Candidates can opt for either pen-paper based exam or computer-based exam for Paper 1. This paper is for students applying for B.Tech EEE.
BITSAT: Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission test or BITSAT application form are available from the month of January. This exam is an Online based one.
JEE Advanced: JEE Advanced examination is taken by JEE Main selected candidates to take admission in IIT. The application forms are available online in the months of April- May.
The selection process varies in two ways from college to college: a) by accepting the candidate’s admission solely on the Entrance Examination Score and/or b) declaring a merit list based on candidate’s performance in Entrance Exam as well as their qualifying score.
The syllabus might vary from institution to institution. However, the common topics covered in the course are as follows:
Subjects of Study
Complex numbers and infinite series
Principles of EMEC D. C. Machines
Interference of Light.
Analog & Digital signals
Fuels Environmental Pollution control Solutions
Power System Components
Casting Processes Smithy and Forging Metal joining Sheet Metal Work
Input / Output Relationship Time
Introduction to Computer
Electromagnetic Theory Electrostatic
Programming using C Iterations and Subprograms Pointers and Strings
Power plant Economics and Tariffs
Force system Friction Distributed Force
Power Converter Components
Controlled Rectifiers Inverters Choppers
Laplace Transform Elements of Network Synthesis
Electric Drives Electric Heating
Permanent Magnet Machines