Abhirati Singh

I have heard that most of the Electronics & Telecomm Engineer are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

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RE: I have heard that most of the Electronics & Telecomm Engineer are confined to office spaces and cubicles. Isn't that too boring?

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The electronics and telecom engineers are not confined to the office spaces. They go out and meet different people. They do variety of other activities apart from working on their computer. The information provided below will help you understand that the electronics and telecom engineers do not experience a boring work life:


1. The electronics and telecom engineers have to meet their clients frequently in order to understand the requirements on which they can build the technological solution. The engineers have to interview the clients and extract as much information as possible so as to get the clear understanding of what really the client needs and whether they have the right technological platform for that or not. They also need to decide the deadlines and the costs of the project based on the information provided by the client and doing their analysis on that information.

2. The electronics and telecom engineers who are working in the telecom sector have to do the field work a lot number of times. This is because of the fact that the faults and errors can occur in the hardware of the transmitters and receivers. They have to go the site along with the technicians and fix the issue as quickly as possible. They cannot afford to have any delay in this. Although these visits are not fixed, and are dependent on the occurrence of the faults, yet the engineers do get a chance to visit the site quite often in their work.

3. The electronics and telecom engineers have to work in a team and even though their work has been specifically decided during the project they are required to coordinate with a number of other professionals and fellow engineers so that the work could be completed on time and with perfection. Besides that, they also need to work with the management people and show them the progress of the project from time to time. The important part is to communicate their work to the other professionals. Therefore the work of the electronics and telecom engineers is not only limited to the cubicles.

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