Electrical engineering is concerned with power generation, storage and transmission whereas Electronics engineering is focused on appliances and devices that use electricity, as well as electricity applications that are used in signal processing or control systems. This branch of engineering is concerned with defining the technologies required for our future needs, including communication, entertainment, energy and healthcare. These Engineers are also involved in advances in medical technology, e-commerce, mobile telephones, wireless communications, renewable energy and the internet.
These two branches can be distinguished on the basis of the strength of electric current they deal with. In this sense, electrical engineering is the branch dealing with “heavy current” that is, electric light and power systems and apparatuses, whereas electronic engineering deals with light current applications as computers, radar, telephone and radio communication, automatic control systems, etc.
Q: What is the scope of Electrical and Electronics Engineering?
A: As nowadays, everything works on electronic equipments.The scope of EEE is huge. Electrical & Electronics engineers can work in a wide range of fields such as power generation, electronics, computers & control systems, telecommunication and Bio-Medical.
Q: Which is better CSE (Computer Science Engineering) or EEE (Electricals and Electronics Engineering)?
A: First, CSE has better demand in companies as compared to EEE. EEE has a vast syllabus and has very limited companies that hire for core jobs. Second, if you are joining good govt engineering college EEE is equally good of CSE. Third, if you are joining just any other engineering college CSE will be good comparing EEE.