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There are many companies. Here is the sector wise companies list:Semiconductors:Intel ( www.intel.in/)AMD ( www.amd.com/)Texas Instruments ( www.ti.com/)Cypress ( www.cypress.com/)NVidia ( www.nvidia.com/)LSI ( www.lsi.com/)MarvellFreescale ( www.freescale.com/)Broadcom ( www.broadcom.com/)Maxim ( www.maximintegrated.com/) Computers and Storage:HP ( www.hp.com/)IBM ( www.ibm.com/in/en/)Apple ( https://www.apple.com/in/)Dell ( www.dell.co.in/)EMC ( www.india.emc.com/)Cray ( www.cray.com/)Network Appliance ( www.netapp.com/in/)Seagate ( www.seagate.com/)Hitachi ( www.hitachi.co.in/)Fujitsu ( www.fujitsu.com/in/)Oracle ( www.oracle.com/)Communication Systems:Juniper Networks ( www.juniper.net/)Tellabs ( https://www.tellabs.com/)Ciena ( www.ciena.in/)Alcatel-Lucent ( www.lucent.com/india/)Nortel ( www.nortel.com/)Motorola ( www.motorola.in/)Software Development and Testing:Microsoft ( www.microsoft.com/en-in/)Google ( https://www.google.co.in/)Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/)Twitter ( https://twitter.com/?lang=en)Yahoo ( https://in.yahoo.com/)Amazon ( www.amazon.in/)Adobe ( www.adobe.com/in/)IBM( www.ibm.com/in/en/)Infosys ( www.infosys.com/)TCS ( www.tcs.com/)Wipro ( www.wipro.com/)Public Sector:DRDL ( drdo.gov.in/drdo/labs/DRDL/English/index.jsp?pg=homebody.jsp)ISRO ( www.isro.gov.in/)ECIL ( www.ecil.co.in/)BEL ( www.bel-india.com/recruitment)CDAC ( www.cdac.in/)IOCL ( https://www.iocl.com/)Power Grid ( https://www.powergridindia.com/)NIC ( www.nic.in/)
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Technology is an integral part of any organisation. It all depends on the type of work ( analysis, design,development, support, maintenance, training, sales etc....)that one would like to persue, accordingly the company can be selected.
Unfortunatley, we are not spoilt with choices, so we take up the first available placement opportunity and ponder if we are in the right direction!!!Think, from such a big list, make a select list for yourself and then start job hunting.Sumit
There are thousands of IT and NON-IT companies who hire computer engineers for different tasks. And this you can find on your own through many job portals, online forums, and different media options. There are many start-up companies who hire computer experts and you will not find their name in the list. slary offered by these companies is usually more than establishe companies. Almost every day - more and more such companies are entering into the market. Google is always there to search.
Recently, in one of campus placement events - when i asked the name of ten IT companies from fresher seeking jobs - they could not anme even 8-9 (with more than 300 students together).So only company name will not help you much as you also need to know following to start your job search:- what job you want to apply for- does your skills, education, and interest matches the corporate expetations for that particular job- are you corporate ready?All the best
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Computer Engineers are responsible for designing, developing, implementing and testing computer-based hardware and software. including the components that are found inside computer equipment, as well as actual devices that contains the computers and the software that runs on those machines. They may also design network that connects computer systems, and work on integrating software programs with computer hardware.
Education Requirements: To become Computer Engineer, you will typically require a bachelor of science degree in Computer engineering, computer science or electrical engineering.
Responsibilities or Required Technical Skills:
Since the Computer engineering field if quite broad, the required technical skills listed in the job postings you may come across will vary, depending on whether the job is more hardware or software focused, and which industry the employer belongs to. Typically, you will need to have the following
1.An understanding of the particular computer hardware architecture you will be working with2.Experience designing, coding and testing softwares.3.Familiarity with Software Test Procedures or Scripts4.Experience building your own PC system5.Understanding of the different Operating Systems, including Windows and Linux. and how certain types of software will work with them.6.Experience with device drivers.7.Understanding of Networking and Security8.Usderstanding of the (sometimes specialized) software that is typically used in a particular industry.9.Knwoledge of programming languages such as C, C++, Java and other Object-Oriented languages.
Computer Engineers ususally use Computer-assisted software engineering, or CASE, tools to automate the process. They also test, debug and update programs.
Other Crucial Skills:
Since Computer Engineers work closely with programmers, designers, developers and testers, they really need to have strong Interpersonal and Communications Skills as well as the ability towork in a team.
Field employing Computer Engineers:
Computer Engineers are likely to find work in a variety of fields, including (but not limited to):
Here are some interesting "Niche" areas of Computer Engineering:
1.Working with Radar and Communications Technology2.Supporting high performance and embedded computing systems for nuclear medicines3.Military Software Support4.Designing new Motors and Sensors for Robotics Equipments.
Companies hiring Computer Engineers are: 1. TCS ( www.tcs.com/)
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