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    Which field to choose after B.Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) if weak in programming skills? Suggest a field where no or less programming is used?

    I am a b tech graduate in electronics and communication engineering.And i have poor programming skills.can you suggest a field where no or only less programming is used?





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    pabolu manikanta
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    Re: Which field to choose after B.Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) if weak in programming skills? Suggest a field where no or less programming is used?

    Hello Friend........

    Electronics and Communication Engineering course of study is the one of the under graduate degree course of study which is available after the completion of the higher secondary school of education course of study.This Electronics and communication engineering course of study is one of the most demand full course of study....

    There are many jobs which are available for the candidates to enter in to after the completion of the electronics and communication engineering course of study.there are many technical sector government examinations which are also available for the candidates after ECE and you can also even enter in to the software jobs also after the completion of the electronics and communication engineering course of study....

    As you are week in the programming concepts,then you can go for the jobs in the technical your core jobs and some of the different core sectors which are available for the candidates after the completion of the electronics and communication engineering course of study are...
    *SAIL
    *GAIL
    *RRB
    *ISRO
    *HPCL
    *IOCL
    *DRDO
    *BHEL
    *BEL
    *ECIL
    *EIL,etc...
    These are some of the different government technical core sectors which are available for the candidates after the completion of your Electronics and Communication engineering course of study.Even if you are interested in the software fields rather then your core fields then you can take up the other non programming related courses jobs such as...
    *Networking
    *Testing
    *Quality Assurance
    *Oracle
    *Data base administration
    *System engineer,etc....
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