nimmi varghese
nimmi varghese
Electronics and Communication
23 Dec 2018

jobs after ME in electronics and telecommunication

I have completed my ME in EXTC in 2015..i was working as a part-time lecturer from then on . my passion has always been to work in embedded or vlsi industry. as I have low academic records, I am unsure as to which path should I choose.

tony stark

tony stark

Industrial
25 Dec 2018

Hello,

One of the broad engineering fields, Electronics and Communication involves the transmission of information across channels like coax cable or optical fiber. It also deals with designing equipments such as routers, switches, fiber optics and electronic switching systems. In a nutshell, this branch of  engineering deals with electronic devices and software interfaces.

Candidates have ample opportunities in this field. Electronics and Communication specialists can work in both private and public firms. A degree in this field develops candidate’s analytical and programming skills, which makes you compatible for even software companies.

Upon completion of the degree, candidates can choose to work in consumer electronics, electricity generation and distribution, transportation, aviation and avionics, computer applications, radio and television, telecommunications, manufacturing and offshore industries.

Electronics and Communication Engineers are acquired by top recruiters (both private and government) like DMRC, Siemens, Motorola, Intel, Texas Instruments, BEL, ISRO, DRDO, Accenture, Wipro, HCL Technologies, nVIDIA, Samsung, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, TCS, Conexant, MTNL, AIR, BSNL, Indian Air force, Indian Navy, Railways, Bharat Electronics Ltd and Flextronics and Philips Electronics.

Hope this is helpful for you....

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