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Elecronics Engineering

Pertaining to electronic devices and their applications

Electronic devices and their applications have integrated themselves in our daily life and have made it so easy that we can’t do without them. And the significance of electronics doesn’t restrict only to every day use as household goods, but the industries like oil, energy, agriculture and so many other important sectors of economy heavily depend on it, giving a wide range of scope in the field of Electronic Engineering. Steel, petroleum and chemical industries intensively depend on the electronic devices, to direct, control and test their production processes. Health care industry depends on electronic instruments to perform chemical tests and keep a check on the body functions. The safety in transportation, factories and mines and in homes relies on electronics to a great extent.
Electronics is the technology associated with electronic circuits and systems, and uses components such as capacitors, diodes, resistors and transistors.
Electronics engineers research, design, develop, test and produce precision components and systems, developing the way electricity is used to control equipment. The work is usually carried out in cross-functional project teams, with colleagues in electronics and other branches of engineering.
The basic eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Admission to these courses is highly competitive and only those with high academic performance in the board of examination i.e the marks secured in the final exams of 10+2 and in the entrance test can expect admission. Entrance to the IIT’s is through ‘JEE’ (Joint Entrance Exam) and for other major institutions through AIEEE (All India Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture Entrance Examination) OR their own separate entrance exams and other state level and national level exams.
Job Prospects & Career Option
: An electronics engineer can get a job in Central Government, State Governments and their sponsored corporations in public enterprises and the private organizations like All India Radio, Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, National Physical Laboratories
: Earnings of an electronic engineer vary with market demand and among organizations.
: Indian institute of Technology (IIT’s) in New Delhi, Mumbai, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur etc are the most prestigious Engineering institutions in India. 

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