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Career prospects for electronics and telecommunication engineering in India and abroad

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With the greater advancements in the modern technology and with the establishment of telecommunications standards India the demand of Telecommunication engineers have seen a slight rise from the past. Telecommunication engineering in India is fell under the discipline of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering (ETE), which deals with the basic study of data and information transmission and network analysis. This disciple deals with operational management as well development of telecommunication devices. Apart from that, the Electronics portion of engineering which deals with the basic study of electronic tools like ICs, Transistors, Resistors, impedances are also covered in the curriculum which are important parts of every electronic devices like TVs, mobiles, remotes etc. And hence leading Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering to an important ground and making it possible to perform well in IT sector also. Hence, An Electronics and Telecommunication engineer is able to perform the roles of electronic engineer and is open for IT sector too.


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The main reason behind the rise in demand of telecommunication engineers is the recent improvements made in the field of telecommunication and establishment of new standards like 4G, VoLTE , Optical Fiber, High-quality WAN etc. This leads to the requirement of more skilled and study oriented engineers of the field. The telecommunication engineering includes the study of all the electrical concepts and theory based on communication channels and line encoding methodologies followed by modulating techniques. In easy words, the study of communication principles and devices used in arranging a proper communication are focused more. After that, with the competitive equality, other concepts of electrical engineering are focused in the course like VLSI, embedded systems, Control systems, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers etc. The main deal of this course is a successive study of wireless or wired or microwaved and radio communication principles in order to provide equivalent knowledge to people.

Apart from that, this course provides wonderful careers opportunities with supreme companies like Sony, Toshiba, Nokia, Bharti Airtel, Reliance networks, Ericson backing up the engineers and providing openings from entry level position to the experienced positions in their recruitment sections. Telecommunication engineers are widely in demand in India as well as outside India. All the companies which are either involved in telecommunication support or are either electronics based have open positions for ETE engineers. The electronics part makes a Telecommunication engineer an all-rounder and a competitor for software oriented jobs or IT jobs too. That has widened the spectrum of opportunities for an engineer. The world-wide companies that are accepting engineers from the following field are

  • Intel
  • Nvdia
  • AMD
  • Texas Instruments
  • IBM
  • Sony
  • Ericson
  • Samsung electronics
  • LG electronics
  • Llyod
  • Nokia
  • Philips Semiconductors
  • HP
  • BHEL
  • ECIL
  • NTPC
  • ISRO

And much more

In order to find the right spots in one of the companies like these, one should be good at multiple skills, which is the most important part and hence, one should follow a systematic approach in order to become a good engineer. The definition of a good telecommunication engineering can be, the person with more clear concepts and working technologies as well as a handsome exposure to the technology that has been working presently. Some of the few skills that are presently important in the modern world are concepts of microprocessors and microcontrollers followed by embedded systems and high-level programming. Also, knowledge of boards like Audrino and Raspberry works as an edge. After that, proper knowledge of Chip designs and production and VLSI is important. A stable knowledge of mobile and telecommunication is also important for a telecommunication engineer since communication is the major field and all the work is respective of that. Apart from communication systems, partial knowledge of networking is also preferred as it increases the scope for an engineer.

All these companies spend a lot of money to skilled engineers and on their maintenance and providing them a lot of benefits. The average salary of a fresher engineer in the industry is approx. 30,000 rupees to 50,000 rupees, depending on the size of the company. And the count gets high for the experienced engineers as per their company and experience levels. Apart from that, there are the perfect opening for higher studies, world-wide in the top most universities like MIT, Stanford, IITs and many more. All that leads to a better research oriented profile and more field specific study. At last, a Telecommunication engineers have a lot of career options present for them, including their field related or in the IT industry or even more in the software industry and consultancy firms. For further information feel free to have talks with the Professional Experts at CareerGuide. Hope this will help you!

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