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    Is EEE totally related to physics?

    hello
    eee is it totally related to physics





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    arunkumar nayani
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    Re: Is EEE totally related to physics?

    EEE is not totally related to physics.In physics we study the laws of nature and in engineering we explore the ways to apply these laws for the benefit of society.however many of the concepts of eee are greatly related to physics.all the best




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    avinashparashar
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    Re: Is EEE totally related to physics?

    hi friend

    EEE stands for electrical and electronics engineering.



    >>it is one of the important and core branch with scope in almost every field of bachelor of technology.

    >>it has lots of jobs and career opportunities.

    during your 1st year of b.tech that is during the two semesters you have to study engineering physics in both the semesters.

    in 1st semester,you have to study physics-I.

    in 2nd semester ,you have to study physics -II.


    donot worry ,it is not totally related to physics,you have to study in 1st year only.


    after completion of EEE ,you can find job in:

    1.NTPC

    2.BHEL

    3.SAIL

    4.BSNL

    5.ONGC

    6.DRDO

    7.TCS

    8.SAMSUNG

    9.SYNTEL

    10VIDEOCON

    11.HALONIX and lots more.


    hope the information satisfiy you.

    best of luck for your career.

    avinashparashar


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    krupa nayak
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    Re: Is EEE totally related to physics?

    hey!!

    EEE means Electrical and Electronics Engineering!! It is not TOTALLY Physics. In fact nothing much related to physics either. You get to learn more about the practical things about electricity, the voltage, current, Transformers, Motors etc. EEE has very interesting laboratories too!!

    You may have read the basics of all this in Physics too but not in depth.

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