How is the Potential with B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Almost every 10+2 student from science stream has a clear vision to become an engineer; this fact is also reinforced by dropping admissions in medical courses. Engineering as a career option gets an edge over medical studies- there is no denying this reality. In other words, it can be said that engineering courses are the major drivers of students to various colleges and universities.

The problem students aspiring for engineering course face is that they are puzzled about choosing the right specialization- either they rely on counselling or follow what their parents say despite exploring the scope in a particular stream. With an aim to educate the students about potential with B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, this post will include all the scopes concisely. Let’s go ahead.

Growth in Electrical Industry

The anticipated figure for installed power capacity in our country is to reach 350 GW by 2022, which was recorded 243 GW in 2014. It’s the great sign of economic and industrial progress. The total electrical machinery market in India was US$ 24 billion in 2014, which is expected to touch the mammoth figure of US$ 100 in 2022.

The electrical machinery market has ample scope in manufacturing, installation, and distribution of machines. Now with the availability of highly qualified engineers and other resources, the export of electrical machinery from India has surged remarkably. The initiative by Government of India for permitting the 100% FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) has also helped the industry accelerate its growth.

Growth in Electronics Industry

Besides of electrical, the electronic industry has also seen remarkable growth in the current years. The fact is undeniable that India is one of the largest consumers of electronic goods and it is anticipated to reach US$400 billion by 2020, which was recorded $69.6 billion in 2012. 5 years back, India was largely relying upon importing the electronic products up to 65%.

But now the scenario has completely changed. Our nation has progressed well in terms of manufacturing the assembling the electronic consumer goods and thereby, the imports kept on reducing. Mobile phones, flat panel monitors, LED televisions, notebooks, and desktops are the most popular electronic consumer goods as per the current market trends.       

What does the mathematics of growth say?

Both, electrical and electronics are growing at a rapid pace. Such a growth will definitely create the job opportunities for the professionals with degree in B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The sea of opportunities has increased the craze among students to pursue their engineering in this specialization.    

 Monetary Growth

After completing B.Tech in EEE, students have chance to grow in leaps and bounds monetarily. MEC Placements in Hyderabad testify the same thing as one of their students bagged a whopping package of INR 30 LPA.

With such a scope for growth and chance to nurture career in a booming industry, B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering has become one of the most promising and in-demand specializations of engineering.