Electronics Engineer - Career Queries

An Electronics Engineer designs and develops the systems which are popularly used by the machines and equipments in various industries. An electronic engineer has to assess new forms of developments and apply innovative technologies to see if they work out. The work of an electronic engineer also involves the estimation of manufacturing and labour costs that are incurred while undertaking projects, co-ordination of the work of other labours like technicians and skilled men. They also have to conduct inspection tests and ensure quality control checks from time to time. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Electronics Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Electronics Engineer

There are many myths about Electronics Engineering. I myself coming from this background can tell that most people perceive it as an entirely different thing from what it really is. Let me explain them here. 1. [Electronics Engineers repair electronics devices][1] Most times when you are the only [Electronics Engineer][2] in the family, your family members expect you to repair the electronics items at home - TV, Fridge, Washing Machine, Radio, Computer- there are so many. But that is not what electronics engineers do. They work on different things from designing to testing to software and oth

Electronic Hardware would cover more of consumer electronics - it's repair, maintenance, utility and usability. The courses would be short terms more vocational in nature.    Electronics Engineering: A 4 year program which would deal with fundamental understanding of how electrons behave and can be programmed/engineered to get variety of applications. It would talk about VLSI, Embedded technology, solid state physics etc. 

Interesting choice.As such since you have already madeup your mind for engineering, I am sure you must be aware that no engineer in an industry works alone.Generally it is a team of engineers that work and knowledge of each specialization is used to the fullest.The choice that you have mentioned too encompasses the entire industry.In short,look around you,right from devices at home like TV,Fridge,Computers,Telephone, Mobiles,water heater,mixers etc...what do they have in common.Firstly they are all a machine and secondly they are all gadgets that use electrical pathways for their functioning.I

We need to understand that Electronics Engineering is a subject field known by different names in the different parts of the world and in different universities. For example - in many colleges in India it is combined with Communication Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering etc. Similarly what they call Computer and Electrical Engineering in MIT, is pretty much same as what we have Electronics Engineering in India. Therefore I am going to mention the top colleges for Electronics Engineering by the subject field and not exactly by the cou

Below is the list of the books that every Electronics Engineer must read:1.  The Art of Electronics by Paul Horowitz2.  Digital Communications: Fundamentals and Applications (Prentice Hall Communications Engineering and Emerging Techno) by Bernard Sklar 3.  Understanding Digital Signal Processing by Richard G. Lyons4.  Digital Design: Principles and Practices (Prentice Hall Xilinx design series) by John F. Wakerly5.  An Embedded Software Primer by David E. Simon6.  The C Programming Language (2nd Edition) by Brian W. Kernighan7.  Design with Operational

Move your eyes around and you will find electronics everywhere- Laptops, TV< Washing machines, mcrowaves etc. We cannot think of our life without the electronics gadgets now. It covers a wide range of applications which make our life easier and enjoyable. Similarly, look at the role of communication in our lives and how fast the communication systems and networks have grown in past few years. Can we think of living without mobile phones, facebook, Electronics and communication rules the world. The deamd for electronics engineers is growing swiftly in following industries.CORE ELECTRONI

Dear Aspirant, Skills which make an Engineer famous are as below: 1. English language proficiency 2. Domain knowledge and mastery 3. Soft skills 4. Leadership skills 5. Positive attitude 6. Adaptability 7. Flexibility 8. Being a Team player  9. General awareness 10. Upgrading knowledge everytime. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, I would recommend you to complete Degree in Engineering in Electronics. With graduation, you stand a good chance to get a good job. Best wishes

Hello Vishal The course MBA in Healthcare Management has good scope in India. One can work on profiles like healthcare finance administrator, hospital administrator, pharmaceutical project manager after pursuing this degree. However, it is advisable that a student from pharmacy, physiotherapy or medicine background shall pursue this course. Your profile is totally different and you may need to start as a fresher in this field. Do you strongly wish to pursue MBA and learn management skills? Think about MBA in marketing as Engineering companies hire engineers in sales department as one who knows

Dear Aspirant, I would highly recommend a BE or MSc in Electronics. Best wishes

Dear Aspirant, Jobs are available for the right candidates. Therefore the most important thing for you while doing BTech is to get as much as domain expert as possible and also build up your other skills like communication, attitude, personality, leadership, team spirit, problem solving, etc. These skills are a must to get a good job after BTech. Chances of getting a job are many if you keep yourself open minded without any reservations in mind about company. What important is the job profile you are offered.  You should also register yourself on top job portals like Timesjobs.com, Shine.