Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

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Content Curator | Updated on - Sep 8, 2021

Having completed one’s Masters of Technology in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, plenty of varied career prospects are available from teaching to research and development to designing to consultation. With rapid industrialization and technological advancements, this discipline is often termed as an ‘evergreen’ field with no dearth for opportunities and future looks promising. Both the Public sector and the Private sector offer ample opportunities for employment and growth.

Telecom industries, IT sector, airplane and airspace manufacturing industries, consumer electronics, production and distribution of power, defense and space research organizations are some of the industries where one can work.

Some of the top recruiters hiring Electrical and Electronics engineers are:

  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
  • Power Grid Corporation of India
  • NTPC-SAIL Power Company Private Limited (NSPCL)
  • Tata Steel and Power Limited
  • Hindustan Motors
  • Jindal Steel and Power Limited
  • Tata Metallic
  • Bharat Aluminum Company Limited (BALCO)
  • Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)
  • Reliance Industries

Some of the designations have been listed below:

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Manufacturing Systems Engineer

To design, develop and install new production line systems in factories and manufacturing plants, units. Also work on how to improve the existing systems to gain optimum output.

Electronics Engineer

Research the behavior and effects of electrons to design, develop and test new electronic devices, systems, and components.

Control and Instrumentation Engineer

Research, design, development, installation and managing of equipments, instruments and control systems in manufacturing plants.

Electrical Engineer

Research, design, develop and maintain new or modified electrical systems and components throughout their usage.

M.Tech. Electrical and Electronics Engineering: Salary Trends

Job outlook for Electrical and Electronical engineers looks favourable with opportunities poised to grow.

Presented below is a graphic representation of the salary trend of some top recruiters.

salary graph for M.Tech (ELECTRICAL AND  ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING)

Annual Salary in INR Lakh.

Following graph shows salary trend according to job profiles, as salary offered to different profiles varies very much-

salary graph for M.Tech (ELECTRICAL AND  ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING)

Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) : 4 answered questions

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Ques. How is IIT Ropar for an M.Tech in power engineering?

● Top Answer By Aaditya Hari Nair on 08 Sept 21

Ans. Some experience preferably an internship in the private sector can come in handy if you want to pursue M.Tech in Power engineering at IIT Ropar. Before you make up your mind, research the challenges of power engineering, its strengths, and drawbacks, the scene of the program in our country, the opportunities that remain unused, etc. Decide if you would like to address these problems on your own or with the team you will be making. There is still a gaping difference between demand and supply in our country. There are also problems in transmission, losses in transit; thefts that take place by unscrupulous elements. Other than these, there are also generation gaps, technology or equipment that has become obsolete. You will need to address these problems when you will pursue the course and apply your knowledge in the real world.Read more
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Ques. How is the Solid State Technology M.Tech course offered by IIT Madras Physics Dept?

● Top Answer By Admin on 27 Jul 21

Ans. At IIT Madras, placement opportunities for the Physics department are fewer as compared to the other streams. If you are looking to make a career in the science field, only then pursue an M.Tech degree. In the following table, you will get basic information about the Solid State Technology M.Tech course offered by IIT Madras. Fees INR 4.18 lakhs Average CTC 13 LPA Highest CTC 21 LPA Major recruiters ABB India, Accolite Software India Pvt Ltd, Adap.TV Technology India Pvt.Ltd., etc. Despite the poor placement of the Physics department, if you have a good academic record and other skills then you can get decent placement offers. If you are looking to pursue Ph.D. after your post-graduation then apply immediately after completing post-graduation. Therefore, if you are looking for research in the field of science, you can go for the Solid State Technology M.Tech course offered by the IIT Madras Department of Physics.Read more
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Ques. How is Amrita University for an MTech in embedded systems? Which campus should I prefer between Coimbatore & Bangalore?

● Top Answer By Komal Chawla on 17 Jun 21

Ans. I know some people from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham so I think I can give you some idea about it. M.Tech in Embedded Systems is a great course. As far as the choice between Bangalore and Coimbatore campuses is concerned, then without any doubt, Coimbatore campus is better between the two. Here are some details about the campuses. Coimbatore Campus: This course is offered by the Electrical and Electronics department. So if you are an electrical graduate, then it is better for you. The department has very good lab facilities. There are various development boards and robotic kits which will help you increase your skills. The faculty are very helpful and will help in every way both academically as well as publishing in your journals. Bangalore Campus: Here the course is offered by the Computer Science department. So if you are a CS graduate, then it is for you. The labs, teaching experience, facilities, research opportunities, and exposure to the industry are also very good. Considering all the points and knowing that Coimbatore is the original and the oldest campus of the two, the preference of the campuses should be Coimbatore.Read more
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Ques. Which is better, IIT Bhubaneswar for an M.Tech in EEE or IIT Dhanbad for EEE?

● Top Answer By Sonal Vaid on 14 Aug 20

Ans. B.Tech courses are preferred than MTech. courses by most students as BTech courses offer more placements. M.Tech is a more research-based program. IIT Dhanbad is an older institution than IIT Bhubaneswar and offers a large alumni base. IIT Dhanbad ranks 42 among Indian universities. If you are interested in taking up a research-based course that focuses more on academics you can opt for MTech in EEE from IIT Bhubaneswar but if you are looking for placements then a BTech in EEE from IIT Dhanbad will be better. As IIT Dhanbad is a more reputed Institute when it comes to reliability. 75% students are placed in IIT Dhanbad in this year in the EEE department (BTech). The average salary offered to an EEE graduate is 15.5 lakhs per annum. MTech Students from IIT Bhubaneswar have a 68% placement rate in Core Engineering Departments, being offered a salary package of 10-16 lakhs per annum. Lastly, it depends on your choice but to study MTech in EEE you need to complete BTech with at least 60% in aggregate. If you want to research further instead of working MTech will be a better choice after your graduation.Read more
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Master of Technology [M.Tech] (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) Colleges IN INDIA

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