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Many opportunities after completing B.Tech ECE
Today’s point of view:
- Higher studies will make you confident and, of course, help you build in depth knowledge of the subject.
- Electronics is one of the largest growing sectors of the world. B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering is a graduate degree.
- After completing the degree graduates can either go for higher studies or they can look for jobs.
- Numerous higher study options are available for B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates.
- The chances of getting a job are also very high.
Jobs after B.Tech in Electronics and Communication
What you actually want to do is the best thing to think about:
We very well know that nothing is easy. However if you like some thing then it is more fun and enjoyment.
- First of all make sure you are clear with your thoughts as there are various opportunities are available after pursuing b.tech in electronics and communication. are you looking for a job or looking for pursuing a higher study.
- If you wish to pursue a higher study then go for a M.tech in Electronics & Communications Engineering. if you wish to go for a job then start working on sharpening your skills as there are various companies looking for hiring Engineer.
What to do after Btech in electronics and communication?
Love to study/teach?
- Go for GATE and then M Tech.
Careers Choices for Electronics and Communication Engineers
- if you need an IT job after spending 4 years in B Tech, ask your seniors who are in Infosys/Wipro/TCS on how to crack IT interviews (and also make sure that you are okay with up to 18 months of wait for joining)
- If you wish to be an entrepreneur, join a startup now. Govt is encouraging students to be entrepreneur and create jobs and not to be ‘corporate monkeys’.
- People say that there is no scope for EC students in India. Well its not completely true.
- There are lots of new electronics, VLSI, Embedded systems startups and old companies you can look for a career in, assuming you have interest in pursuing you career in the same sector, (which is sometimes not there).
- Initially struggle is required but later on you will have satisfaction and a better package.
- You can prepare for government exams like IES, DRDO, ISRO, public sector but this will require great mental strength and perseverance.
- If you succeed, its the best that could happen.
- Alternatively, You can go for an IT sector job. There are not lots but you can of course get one available depending on the skills you possess.
- Initially it won’t be much fun but later on the perks are relish able. But you will face very tough competition from your counterparts who are from IT/CS. Additionally
- You can go for higher studies. MBA or M.Tech (GATE) again based on your interest. My advice would be, to decide if you have managerial interests or want to do some technical research work in the field. Please just don’t do it for the sake of it.
- You could join a start up or could begin your own and become an entrepreneur. Our country needs lots of them.
- Government has many programs to encourage and support both financially and intellectually if you have a good idea.
- Please refer to somebody who has information on this or you could check online. If you wish to be an electronics engineer (and not just a degree holder) play with electronics, learn embedded. android apps, make projects around internet of things, buy embedded kits. Join a startup now when you are still in college.
And there are plenty of other options to go for.
Mostly people prefer:
- Those interested in IT, do some programming courses and projects
- Those interested in embedded, do some embedded course and projects
- People are interested in telecom opt for courses like those in CETTL (MTNL) and get hands on telecom environment.
- Those interested in networking opt for CISCO type courses
Firstly check your own interest:
- See online and fill your inputs in mission builder by Franklin Covey, about where you want to be ten years down the line.
- Are you geared more towards technical (may opt for MS, M Tech) or management (MBA, MMS, PGDM)
If you are in third year the coming period is critical. What is best for you:
- Revise your fundamentals
- Polish your soft skills
- Read a few good books: The SECRET- Rhonda Byrne, Seven Habits- Stephen Covey, You Can Win- Shiv Khera etc.
- Do some small project in vacation in some small scale company/ NGO/in college. Prefer a live project.
- If you are planning MS/ M.Tech then you may opt for a research project.
- If you are planning for MBA/ placements then you may opt for a live project.
- Try out for some core VLSI company from on/off campus. Make it happen and start earning.
- Prepare for IAS for 1-2 year, clear the exams and interview and become an IAS Officer.
- Forget everything you learned, gather some courage and money and start your own business or startup and start earning.
- You can forget all the Electronics you have learned in the past 4 years, join any IT company, product or service based and start your career.
- Or you can join IT company from campus placement, do not change company, stay there for 3-4 years, you’ll go Onsite, there get settle.
Ideas after completing B.Tech in Electronics and Communication.
You can go for higher studies. MBA or M.Tech (GATE) again based on your interest. My advice would be, to decide if you have managerial interests or want to do some technical research work in the field. Please just don’t do it for the sake of it.
Take up job
There are many opportunities in the Central government departments like:
- All India Radio
- Airport Authority of India
- Post and Telegraph
- Indian Engineering Services
One can get a job in Central Government departments by qualifying in the tests conducted by Union of Public Service Commission (UPSC) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC). One can find the notifications for such vacancies in their official websites.
There are many private companies that recruit engineers in B.Tech in Electronics and Communication. Some of them are Reliance, Nokia, Tata, LG, Wipro, Infosys, TCS, etc.
One can also start a career in public sector firms. Some of the public sector firms that recruit candidates who have completed B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering are listed below.
- Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
- Steel Authority of India Limited
- Bharat Electronics Limited
- Bharat Electricals Limited
- Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd
- Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited
- Indian Space Research Organisation
- Indian Oil Corporation
These companies conduct written tests and interviews. One can find the notifications for these jobs in their official websites and in the leading newspapers.
If in case you Can’t work under someone?
There are innumerable sections where development or insertion or engineering is needed. Just be open to all you get to see n hear.Work for yourself. Identify the market. Do your best and achieve whatever you wish like to in your life.
All The Best… 🙂
If still you don’t identify your interest. Take a break and think again. We are here to help and guide you by all means.