Go to high school or junior college and complete your HSC or 12th grade with subjects like Mathematics and Physics. You can take any one of the following optional subjects: Chemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Biology (Botany & Zoology).
A thorough understanding of vector algebra and trigonometry is essential for becoming a good electrical engineer.
Get a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (B.E/B. Tech) by opting for a four-year course from any reputed college. Alternatively, you can also opt for a three-year Diploma in Electrical Engineering. You could even work to get a diploma directly after your high school. However, a diploma degree will only help you get a job with a lower payscale.
After completing your education, join a company as an electrical engineer. You could work in various sections of the industry: power systems engineering, power electronics, high voltage engineering, machines; the list is near endless. Congratulations, you are now officially an electrical engineer!
A postgraduate degree helps you get better jobs and earn a higher salary. You can pursue a Masters in Electrical Engineering (M.E/M.Tech) from any reputed college. Alternatively, you can also choose to earn a Postgraduate Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (PGDETE). A PhD in Electronics & Communications will also add immense value to your qualifications.