There are numerous opportunities in different organisations for an electrical engineer. You could join the Indian Railways, airlines, steel companies, oil and gas companies, coal companies, state electricity boards, P.W.Department, etc.
You will start your career as a junior engineer/electronic design engineer, depending on whether you join an industry/laboratory. In a laboratory, you will create devices and get them approved by the electronic test engineer. You will also document your findings.In an industry, you will be assigned the responsibility of making sure that all the equipment is running smoothly during your shift.
After a few years, you will be promoted to senior engineer/electronic test engineer. You will oversee the work done by juniors and develop devices based on the diagrams provided by the design engineer. The developed instrument will then be checked for quality. As a senior engineer, you will handle the continuous availability of all electrical devices with the help of a junior engineer.
If you're working in a laboratory, the next level of promotion is electrical engineer. You will supervise work done by design engineers and test engineers. You will approve the design and developing device. You will show the developing device to clients and incorporate their feedback. You will meet clients to know their requirements. You will brief your team on the requirements.
If you're working in an industry, you'll be promoted to departmental in-charge, where you will supervise a team of 4-5 junior engineers and 2-3 senior engineers.