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Difference between (EE) and (EEE)

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I got this answer from someone :

EEE: In EEE, students have to study Electrical as well as Electronics. It is the study and application of electrical systems for use in different environments and contains basic electronic courses and more power system.

ECE : Here, aspirants deal with Electronics with some part of communication. The subject uses the scientific knowledge of the behaviour and effects of electrons to develop devices, systems, or equipment that uses electricity as part of its driving force. Also it contains basics on electrical machines and more on integrated circuits and communication systems

I think EE is bit tougher than ECE so your descsion is your own descsion, choose wisely.

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In the electrical engineering branch, EEE, EIE, and ECE are often the top choices. As the name suggests, one opting for ECE has to study electronics and some telecommunication concepts. On the contrary, EEE includes the study of both electronics and electrical engineering.
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