Electronic Engineers use their skills to design, construct, test, and maintain electronic systems and components. They may be employed by small businesses or may be employed in the industrial sector. They design, schedule, conduct studies, inspect facilities, attend conferences, and communicate with others.
Mentors from the field
Learn about the field . What day to day work would look like . Growth opportunity & prospects . Interview preparation . Transition advise . Networking
Looking for a mentor to guide you.
Mentors from this field might be waitlisted. Put in a request and we'll have to you with the perfect person to guide you.
Journalist, communist & editor for Hindustan Times, DNA & Nat Geo Traveler. She's covered stories from travel start-ups, communities, gentrification, gender issues, and human rights.
Career prospects & criteria
Understand the prospects within the career & the education & other skills you need to make it.
B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering
B. Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
What you need to get started
Carrying out a relevant placement or industry-based project is useful.
Vacation work, placements, and sandwich courses all provide crucial evidence of skills development and commercial awareness, which are increasingly important in this sector.
Planning and Organization Skills
Adaptability or Flexibility
Attention to Detail
Thorough understanding of the Core Subject
Application of Core Knowledge
Computing and Information Technology Literacy
Knowledge of Relevant Industry Developments