Electrical engineers design many of the systems that we use every day, including the nation's electrical power grid, computer systems, cell phones, communications satellites, biomedical devices, automatic control systems, robotics, nanotechnology, renewable energy, and much more.
Why To Choose Electrical Engineering
The power sector accounts for almost a quarter of the projected investments amongst all the infrastructure sectors between 2012-17. With a production of 1108 TW, India is the world's fifth largest producer and consumer of electricity with a total demand of 1905 TW expected by2022. Wind energy accounts for nearly 70% (21.1 GW) of installed capacity, thereby making India the world's fifth largest wind energy producer. The Government of India has seta capacity addition target of 30 GW, which will take the total renewable capacity to almost 55GW by the end of 2017. This includes 15 GW from wind power, 10 GW from solar power, 2.9 GW from biomass power and 2.1 GW from small hydro power. One of the major developments in the Indian solar sector is the JNNSM initiative, which basically aims at generating 20 GW of solar power by year 2020. The Govt. targeted additional thermal power capacity of 88.5 GW during 2012-17 and 86.4 GW during 2017-22.
Today is the era of science & Technology, quality education is also under scanner and the onus of imparting specialized technical education lies on the respective branch of engineering. The Department of Electrical Engineering, MIT Ujjain, which has a fine blend of renowned as well as young and dynamic personalities as faculty, All the faculties are dedicated to teaching student and aiding them in developing technical and communication skills necessary to have successful careers..