IMPORTANCE OF DIPLOMA ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
The electrical engineering diploma is for people interested in electrical engineering work, including those currently undertaking a related traineeship. The program provides the necessary competencies to enable students to develop, select, commission, maintain and diagnose faults/malfunctions on advanced electrical equipment and systems. The electrical engineering training provided includes national Electrical Regulatory Authorities Council (ERAC) requirements for an electrician’s license. Successful completion of electrical engineering courses will open you up to jobs such as an electrical engineering.
Electrical engineering is a mother branch or core branch having various subsidiaries like Control engineering, Electronics engineering, Automation Engineering and many more. Electrical engineering surrounds us everywhere in modern society. The electrical engineer supplies us with the ability to harness electricity which has transformed our lives. It gives us light, heat, entertainment, communication systems and comfort. Electrical engineers create and design products and information systems using scientific principles combined with natural curiosity, problem-solving and innovation. It covers a wide range of careers including energy and power development and supply, automation and communications engineering, microelectronics and technical informatics.
What do Electrical Engineers do?
Electrical engineers work with electricity in a variety of areas – aircraft and automobiles; broadcasting and communications systems; lighting and wiring in buildings; machinery controls; power generating and transmitting; and radar and navigation systems. They can be involved with the design of new products as well as testing equipment and solving problems. Electrical engineering offers a wide range of challenging career paths, including the following sub-disciplines:
• Power engineering: dealing with the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity as well as the design of a range of related devices, such as transformers, electric generators, electric motors and power electronics.
• Control engineering: focusing on the modeling and designing of dynamic control systems used in, for example, the flight and propulsion of airplanes and the cruise control present in many modern cars.
• Computer engineering: dealing with the design of computers and computer systems.
• Telecommunications engineering: focusing on the transmission of information across a channel such as a coax cable, optical fiber or free space
BENEFITS & FUTURE SCOPE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
As part of the electrical engineering team, you can play an important role in the future development of a sustainable environment. There is a wide range of challenging career paths available and as an electrical engineer, technologist or technician, you can work for:
- Industrial research and development labs
- Energy supply corporations
- Software and services companies
- Civil service
- Technical monitoring agencies
- Research institutes and educational institutions.
- Bio Medical and surgical Industries
There are many scopes for diploma holder these days and most of the companies are hiring most talented and well-experienced people.
There are two major options.
1. Government sector
2. Private sector
Wide Range of sectors for bright opportunities
Electricity board (PGVCL, UGVCL, GETCO, MGVCL, DGVCL)