Electronics or Electrical Engineering! Does It Make a Difference? Well, since both modules intersect at one point, some might wonder what the actual difference is and most importantly which of the two is better as a career option. To start with according to Wikipedia Electrical engineering is a field that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. Whereas, Electronics engineering in Pune is a discipline that deals with the non linear and active electrical components like electron tubes, semiconductors, circuits and devices. Thus, the basic difference is such:
Electrical Engineering is the study and utilization of Flow of Electrons
Technology: “According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook, electrical engineers design, develop, test and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment. This includes anything from designing electrical motors and circuitry found in airplanes and automobiles to working with project managers to oversee safe installation of power generation equipment whereas, Electronics engineers design and build electronic devices such as cell phones, audio-visual equipment, televisions, satellites, flight systems, radar and sonar systems and communications systems.” – everydaylife.globalpost.com
Job Opportunities: Electrical engineers mostly work in architecture and power generation and electronic engineer more likely find an opportunity in federal government, semiconductor manufacturing organizations along with telecommunication companies.
In order to make the right decision, consult your professors or career guide cell at your college. If decide to focus on electronic engineering, you can specialize in the study of systems, however, if you want to explore both the fields, and electrical engineering undergraduate degree along with electronic specification specialization will be fruitful. ISB&M School of Technology offers full time undergraduate degrees that are focused to provide India its best set of engineers, they offer:
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
- Information engineering and
- Mechanical Engineering
The eligibility criterion are: “Passed the HSC (10 2) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with following subjects: English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and secured minimum 45% marks i.e. not less. This Course has Affiliated to University of Pune and approved by AICTE & DTE . Govt. of Maharashtra.