Electrical Engineers

Last updated December 31, 2014

Turn on a light. Turn on a computer. Turn on a TV. Rev your engine, if you have one. Do you wonder why it works? Do you ever take apart a new gadget when you get it? Or look at something and think, “Hey, I can make that do more”?

If you’re intrigued by the machines around you and the power that makes them run, you have a lot in common with electrical engineers.

Electrical engineers develop and oversee electrical systems and equipment. They work with everything from power grids to computers and telephones to cars.

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Level: राजपत्रांकित तृतीय श्रेणी प्राविधिक


  1. इञ्जि., इलेक्ट्रिकल इञ्जिनियरिङ्ग, जनरल इलेक्ट्रिकल उपसमूहको लागिः– मान्यता प्राप्त शिक्षण संस्थाबाट इलेक्ट्रिकल इञ्जिनियरिङ्ग विषयमा बी.ई. वा सो सरह उत्तीर्ण ।
  2. विविध, कम्प्युटर इञ्जिनियर पदको लागि – कम्प्युटर इञ्जिनियरिङ्गमा स्नातक वा इलेक्ट्रोनिक इञ्जिनियरिङ्गमा स्नातक वा इलेक्ट्रिकल र इलेक्ट्रोनिक इञ्जिनियरिङ्गमा स्नातक वा इलेक्ट्रोनिक र कम्यूनिकेशन इञ्जिनियरिङ्गमा स्नातक । 

Did You Know?

To get robots to move in unique ways, engineers have sometimes turned to nature, modeling them on cockroaches, crickets, and other critters.

Are You Ready To...?

  • See your ideas become reality
  • Work as part of a team
  • Present and defend your ideas to others
  • Keep learning new skills and technology
  • Work as a consultant

It Helps To Be...

A creative, logical, practical, and flexible team player.

Make High School Count

  • Take auto shop or another shop class to get hands-on experience with machines and tools.
  • Take English, as well as advanced math and science. You’ll have to explain your ideas in reports and presentations.
  • Study computer science, a field with very close ties to electrical engineering.
  • Sign up for computer-aided drafting and design.
  • Get a summer job or internship at an engineering firm or electronics store.

Did You Know?

Nikola Tesla, inventor of AC power, launched the age of robotics when he sailed a remote-controlled boat in 1898. The boat amazed and frightened the audience when it answered questions by flashing its lights.