Best Books for Electrical Engineering

Best Books for Electrical Engineering

Electricity- how it works and why is it so intriguing? If you have chosen Electrical Engineering to find answers to these questions, you have taken your first step to being an Electrical Engineer. In the graduate and post-graduate level Electrical Engineering course, students learn to design, device, and manage electrical systems and devices that use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. 

Electrical Engineers deal with the technology of electricity during their professional career. So, you might work on a wide range of components, devices, and systems right from microchips to power station generators.  

Electrical Engineering Eligibility Criteria 

  • Candidates willing to pursue Electrical Engineering (BTech) must have 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized school or university or equivalent in class 12 in PCM/PCMB group. 
  • Candidates who want to pursue Electrical Engineering at post graduate level need to have a BTech degree in electrical engineering from a recognized University.  

Critical Skills for Electrical Engineer 

For you to pursue a career in electrical engineering, the critical skills one must have included an in-depth understanding of electrical and electronic theory, mathematics, and materials. Having these basic skills enable electrical engineers to design circuits to perform specific functions and meet requirements for safety, reliability, and energy efficiency, and predict how they will behave before a hardware design is implemented. 

So, it is only natural that the focal point of studying electrical engineering is learning the core concepts of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism in detail. 

To thoroughly learn electrical engineering, you should also know the best books that offer wide coverage to all the topics included in the subject. Here is the list of all the books that should come in handy for learning electrical engineering for the students. 

Books to Study Electrical Engineering 

Basic Electrical Engineering by B. H. Deshmukh 

Students from all branches of Engineering can refer to the book- Basic Electrical Engineering. It introduces the subject lucidly to first-year engineering students. Beginning study by referring to this book will immediately hook the readers with its systematic and simple text. It acquaints the students with the basic knowledge of the principles and apparatus of Electrical Engineering. So, if you are in your first of Engineering, you should definitely read it to gain a clear perspective on the subject topics. 

Electrical Drawing and CAD by D. M. Dharmdhikari and K. A Borse 

Engineering students in the second year of their degree course mostly lookout for a comprehensive book to learn and understand Electrical Drawing and CAD. This book solves the purpose with its clear and concise text and lucid subject matter. It is also a useful book for those independently studying CAD. It contains abundant diagrammatical representations and illustrations. Thus, it is a must-have for learning Electrical Drawing and CAD. 

Electrical Machines- II by B. H. Deshmukh 

Adhering to the SBTE curriculum, this book explaining Electrical Machines is a great book for the students. The author has written this book with much precision and has made sure that the students find it easier to read and understand. So, learn about Electrical Machines and the basic concepts surrounding them lucidly from this resourceful book. 

Electronic Instrumentation by M. L. Dongare 

Book- Electronic Instrumentation is presented with an aim to help the second-year students of Electronics Engineering study the subject. The author has given special attention to present the detailed study of technical concepts with the help of real-time applications and examples in the book. So, students can learn every technical concept easily from this book. For comprehensive learning, there are exercises and examples abundantly appearing in the book.  

Electromagnetics by Sachin D. Ruikar 

If you are in the third year of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering and looking for an all-inclusive book to study Electromagnetics, your search ends with this book. It offers a wide exposure to the subject matter and concepts of thermodynamics and explains it in a way that is easier to grasp for the students. The author has taken special efforts to bring the subject in a simple and concise manner in this book. 

Elements of Electrical and Electronic Engineering by B. H. Deshmukh 

Published by Nirali Prakashan, this book is a handful of information on the subject matter. The language and the technique used by the authors to explain the concepts are easily understandable by the students it gives the students enough room to understand, explore and experiment to learn the topics in a better way. You can also prepare notes on topics like A. C. and D. C. circuits, Semiconductor devices, transducers, digital electronics, automation, earthing, and fuses from this book and score higher marks in exams. 

Electronic Switching by Anindita Saini 

Students from various Universities across India can refer to this book and do a comprehensive study. They learn the concepts of computer-controlled switching procedures, digital switching systems and prepare their notes from the book. The author presents the concepts of tele-traffic Engineering systems, SPC exchanges, signaling techniques in great detail. This book also mindfully introduces the concepts of ATM, OSI model TCP/ IP concepts to the students in an understandable way. 

Electronic Circuits by Dr U. B. Mahadevaswamy 

In this book, the various concepts of the subject are arranged logically and explained in a simple reader-friendly language for a proper understanding of the subject. A large number of problems with their step-by-step solutions are provided for every concept. Illustrative examples are discussed to emphasize conceptual clarity and typical applications are highlighted to strengthen them. 

By Palak Arora

I am a techie by heart and profession. Love to write on the cloud, digital, and edu-tech. A True Blue Bangalorean

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