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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Electrical engineering established itself as a well-respected profession that has provided significant benefits to society. As electrical engineers become increasingly involved in a diversity of fields and interact with other professions, there becomes a need to reconsider the basic composition of the curriculum in order to ensure that electrical engineers are properly prepared for their careers. So there is an urgent need for adequate exposes towards electrical engineering curriculum and new software tools are needed to support new activities in the advance electrical engineering. This paper presents the important developments taking place in electrical engineering education in view of fast changes occurring in the industry .

Keywords :

: SPICE; Deregulation; Electrical Engineering; OASIS .

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