Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!India has about 920 million telecom subscribers, adding about 12 millions subscribers on monthly basis. So telecom is clearly one of the fastest growing industries in India. With introduction of newer technologies, there is a plethora of new job opportunities in the hardware as well as the software domain of telecommunication.Telecom- A Sustainable Career Option:Though India has 76 percent teledensity, compared to its BRIC peers, the country's infrastructure still requires a major improvement. Hence in market that still requires growth impetus, the deman

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Hello there. Glad to see you approach CareerGuide.com for counselling and seeing career advice. MBA in Telecommunications is itself a very good course and its very nice that you are in the final year of MBA Telecom. You are also employed in a government firm. It appears to me that you are already equipped enough (after completing your MBA Telecom) for a good job opportunity. Are you wanting to join the private sector by doing more studies and why do you wish to leave the government job? I think it would be better if you can think and analyse since this will give you a clear idea and your thoug

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Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!India has about 920 million telecom subscribers, adding about 12 millions subscribers on monthly basis. so telecom is clearly one of the fastest growing industries in India. With introduction of newer technologies, there is a plethora of a new job opportunities in the hardware as well as software domain of telecommunication.Telecom - A sustainable Career option:Though India has 76% teledensity, compared to its BRIC peers, the country's infrastructure still requires a major improvement. hence in market that still requires growth impetus, the demand for te

1 answer Rahul Shinde in Sales Executive (Broadband) category

Cisco is leader in the field, Look for Cisco certfications. It has got great value in the market. Let know if I can help further.

1 answer Swati  Sibal in Sales Executive (Broadband) category

Dear Aspirant, Please let me know your current education qualification? Are you an Engineer or to be Engineer? Which engineering stream have you taken or are qualified in? I think these details are necessary for me to guide you appropriately. Anyways, on a generic basis, I would definitely say that you can get a job in IT or Telecom industry based on your qualification as a fresher and your employable skills. Generally in Telecom industry engineers qualified in Electronics, Telecommunication, Electrical are employed. In IT industry engineers or non engineers with qualification in IT, Comp

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2 answers Prathamesh Kapote in Sales Executive (Broadband) category

Dear Rameshsingh2311dr,Telecom is an abbreviation for Telecommunication. India is the world’s second-largest telecommunications market, in the world (among 222 countries), with more than 898 million subscribers, accounting for 12 per cent of the world’s total telephone subscribers. It is also one of the fastest growing in terms of telecom subscribers.Please have a look at some popular career option under Telecom industry :BSS EngineerCCE (Repair Center)Cluster In -charge Cluster ManagerCore EngineerCustomer Care Executive(Call Center)Distributor Sales Representative (Handset)Fault Management E

1 answer Bohbby Chauhan in Sales Executive (Broadband) category

Dear Aspirant, You can pursue BE in Electronics and Telecommunication from a good college under a good university. Best wishes

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Dear Aspirant, Please let me know your current education qualification? Are you an Engineer or to be Engineer? Which engineering stream have you taken or are qualified in? I think these details are necessary for me to guide you appropriately. Anyways, on a generic basis, I would definitely say that you can get a job in IT or Telecom industry based on your qualification as a fresher and your employable skills. Generally in Telecom industry engineers qualified in Electronics, Telecommunication, Electrical are employed. In IT industry engineers or non engineers with qualification in IT, Comp

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