Deepanshu Sharma

.Sir I want to know that what apart from academics shall I do to get wider knowledge of my subject and let me no some extra efforts that are needed to be taken for a better campus or offcampus place

Joining societies like IEEE is worth in respect of campus placement

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RE: .Sir I want to know that what apart from academics shall I do to get wider knowledge of my subject and let me no some extra efforts that are needed to be taken for a better campus or offcampus place

Jyoti B Dhingra
Jyoti B Dhingra
Verified Career Expert
Career Consultant at Sun Productivity Inc
  • Mumbai

Hi,

Apart from academics wider knowledge of your subject is possible if you explore the various options available around you.Electrical engineering is a such an important branch of engineering which is important for every sector.Nothing can work without its application.

Electrical engineering deals with study in electrical applications for different systems around us.Generation of electrical power,electrical circuit,control system and understanding network etc are some of the main parts of this subject.

Once you study the various aspects of this branch of engineering ,you are required by all all the sectors such as manufacturing units,electricity board,manufacturing plants,Power corporation,design industries,production plants,hydroelectric plants,natural gas plant,petroleum,chemical and steel plants and even in the educational sector also for research etc.

You just need to keep a watch over various options given in the news paper ,on the net and apply in various job portals to look for good off campus opportunity. Following are the various sectors and companies who are always interested to hire people like you,just explore.

KLA TENCOR software India Pvt Ltd

MU SIGMA Analytics co

ARM Technologies

Morgan Stanley Multinational financial co

Nucleus software

Alaknanda systems

Dell sonic wall

Indian oil and gas

TCS

Novel software

Barracuda networks

Omnesys Technologies

NIIT Technologies

BARC

HPCL

BEL

DDA

UPSC

HSSC

BRAITHWAITE INDIA

NISCAIR

MPPKUVCL

INNOVATIVE SPARKS

These are to name a few companies which hire electrical engineers and give them the opportunity to showcase their skills.You can explore them and use for your advantage.

ALL THE BEST !!!




RE: .Sir I want to know that what apart from academics shall I do to get wider knowledge of my subject and let me no some extra efforts that are needed to be taken for a better campus or offcampus place

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD

Hello My Dear...




You being an Electrical Engineer, you definitely have good opportunities in construction or infrastructure sector if you learn the required industry relevant skills. I am not talking about soft skills or computer skills, but I am very much atalking about the skills relevant to an Electrical Engineer like you. I am glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for your fantastic and genuine career query.




My colleague here Ms. Swati Dhingra has very nicely adviced you however I would like to give my part of advice since I am involved and interact with engineers everyday.




You are very right when you say that apart from academics there are some more things which need to be learnt so as to get an easy and certain placement job. However please remember that there is nothing 'easy' as you believe, it can be made wasy only by your efforts in the right direction and not other wise.




I would like to strongly recommend you to learn Construction Project Management througha full time course. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical are the three engineers without which no construction or infrastructure project can be completed and commissioned and handed over. Therefore you as an Electrical Engineer have a vital role to play in the construction industry. This skill is very much in demand but industry is not able to get trained professionals in construction project management.




Construction industry today requires 10 lakh project management professionals and that too annually. I would recommend you to aim for being one of the 10 lakh project management professionals by learning Cosntruction Project Management in a post graduate course after your engineering. I would say that as per the current industry scenario, going into a job immediately after your graduation will be of a trouble to you since you will low paid, low designation and uncertain career grwoth. To avois all these three, you should do a PG course in Construction Project Management may be from one of the Institutes of repute. One is Samvit School of Infrastructure Business located at Pune. www.samvitinfra.edu.in




Best Luck My Dear...







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