Electronics & Communication Engineer - Career Queries

Electronics and communication engineer works in the field of information technology. This branch of engineers mainly develops the devices such as transistors, integrated circuits, television, computer systems, cell phones etc. They involve in the electrical transmission of information across the channels such as optical fiber, coax cable etc. They work on designing of equipment such as routers, electronic switching systems, copper telephone facilities, multiplexer, switches, and fiber optics. They basically mean to deal with the electronic devices and software interface. Communication engineers are to direct the procedure of installation and to rescue the system controls. They also ensure the functioning and safety of the devices. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Electronics & Communication Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Electronics & Communication Engineer

The jobs and responsibilities of an Electronics and Communication Engineer vary greatly with the type of industry they are working in. However we can combine those tasks and present a generalized view to show the day to day activities that they perform. The typical day of an Electronics and Communication Engineer involves more or less the following activities.   You will have to check your emails at the start of your day as an Electronics and Communication Engineer. The day is generally started with a meeting and scheduling the day's activities. You will have discussions with you

1 answer Deepak Rana in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

being as an engineer there are lot off opportunities , first of all you make a point where you want to build your career 1. software testing 2. software development 3. customer support 4. service/ maintenance 5 coding 6 sales and marketing 7 academics 8 govt jobs 9 banking jobs   check your area of interest and go ahead

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Dear Friend The background with Electronic and Communication and GATE scoring give you confidence to take it ahead at M.Tech level. As far as the EC is concern I always share my opinion with all types of aspirants that the opted subject by you is a natural destination which offers you the prospectives in return of your academic understanding for the same subject.    Keeping the matter of fact in mind you must explore the implications of subject where you will play a key role to extract the outcome which depends on your digesting capacity. As I do not know the score card

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Electronics and communication engineer can find employment with core electronics companies, communication engineering companies, computer and IT companies or other manufacturing industries in their production, quality control, maintenance or research and development department. The companies that usually recruit electronics and communication engineers are but not limited to :-Core Electronics Companies :-SIMENSLGSAMSUNGPHILIPSSONYMOTOROLAHITACHIWHIRLPOOLINTELORIANXEROXHPNIKONCASIOTHOMSONSAN DISKCommunication Engineering CompaniesERICSSONNOKIA SIEMENSBHARTI AIRTELZTEVODAFONERELIANCEHU

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Freind You have to [understand your fundamental interest][1] which reflects at your school level of study and seriousness for a particular subject where you are inclined genuinely. It is not easy to scan any subject of your interest it requires intensive study, continuous effort, and intelligent mind with gravity of futuristic approach. In general students from good background prefer to go for such studies like Electronics and Communication Engineering, [Mechanical Engineering][2], information Technology Engineering, [Computer Science Engineering][3] etc. at the same time they raise

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Hello Kevin,  Interesting choice and great to see a well planned career choice.  Firstly, When you have made a career plan why are you now thinking of another plan. Secondly why compare two fields. Thirdly why think of another career which you do not wish to pursue. Please note BBA is a under graduate management course stressing on management principles preparing you to take a management role in future. Whereas Engineering is more a technical profile making one technically strong. After an engineering degree and working for few years, and after that for a higher position one can opt

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Hi jobin if you would like to make your career in analytics research work lean spss or systat tool to learn the basics of statics , interpratation and where to apply these. if you are familiar with Ms -excel advance tools you cam learn the same thing here also. learn the excel application and move ahead which will be helpful in academics too

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Dear Padmapada,   Advanced telecommunication protocol testing is a training designed to equip candidates with the testing skills and networking concepts and also hands-on experience on real time telecom network protocol testing. The course generally covers basics of networking, protocols and technologies, application and transport layer protocols, protocol testing, TCL scripting, python scripting, triple play networking testing, etc... You can find classes on online platforms, regular classes and corporates Protocol testing has lot of openings in networking core companies.   Cisco an

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Electronic engineering, is an engineering discipline where non-linear and active electrical components such as electron tubes, and semiconductor devices, especially transistors, diodes and integrated circuits, are utilized to design electronic circuits, devices and systems, typically also including passive electrical components and based on printed circuit boards. The term denotes a broad engineering field that covers important sub fields such as analog electronics, digital electronics, consumer

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, It appears that you are bogged down by the night shift job for years. I suggest you to look for day jobs, however since you say that you are not able to effectively work and give productivity, it appears that though you were trying to cope up and inspite of being an engineer, it doesnt seem your career path. Communication skills are the basic skills required in any type of job so that cannot be the sole determinant of your future career, since you say that you wish to change the profile. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly please let me know why did you take a long gap of three whole years? As far as post graduate courses are concerned, doing MSc is recommended or choosing Biology related courses. This can also lead to teaching careers. You can go for MSc BioTechnology, Botany, Chemistry, etc. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, In Software and Networking, as per the demand and future, Software will remain most challenging and demanding in terms of jobs. Salaries are definitely good for people working with software technologies and also get good growth in terms of jobs switch or intra company promotions etc. I would suggest you to also explore for getting PMP Certification which is one of the essential skills in the IT industry. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, I would suggest courses in programming, CCNA, MCSE certifications, etc for a better opportunity. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, If you are getting admission into Bharti Vidyapeeth in Pune for BTech course, I feel you should go ahead without any further delay. Bharti Vidyapeeth is a good University and College recognised by UGC and AICTE. Placements are also good. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, All courses are good, it is important for you to know which course is suitable for you. Your question is absolutely vague. Please let me know the stream you are in? If you are unclear of what to choose, take the Ideal Career Test which is a psychometric test from careerguide.com. This test will assess your aptitude and interest together and suggest you ideal career. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Electronics & Communication Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, A BE in Electronic Communciation needs to be the base for a good career in that field. It has scope and growth. Best wishes

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Dear Aspirant, Another option is to start pursuing PhD and jobs in government engineering / science colleges are open to you. Best wishes

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