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    shubhammehta26
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    How to plan my career if want to settle in my core field i.e., Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    i am btech fresher in electrical and electronics engineering,i want to follow my career in my field,so how do i start my career.please guide me.





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    JSD
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    Re: How to plan my career if want to settle in my core field i.e., Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    Since you are in the age of career developing, So in this age there is need of some one which can help you ad suggest which can help you to bright your future.As you are the fresher of Engineering so In the First year you have to study all the subject.In the First year you may face some problem in studying because you have to study all the subject,however which have no relation to your subject.But don't worry you try your best to get Good result.

    In the Second year you will have your original subjects.All of these will be related your subject.You have to study well.

    For the good future Your University must be recognized.You have to study sincerely after the first year till the final year.Sine you are wanting to develop your future In the EE field.Try to know more about your subject.And always try to perform best in the practicals and the examination.If you will do good in your college life in 4 years then definitely you will do good in your Field of 40 years.

    So if you will do your best from your heart then Nothing will be seen hard every thing will become easy.But for this you must have to be punctual and sincere.




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    madagascar
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    Re: How to plan my career if want to settle in my core field i.e., Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    if u want to continue your studies...then go for mtech through gate.it is the best 1 or if u want to do a job.then prepare for competitive exams for govt companies like bhel,aptransco,apgenco,ntc,aai,coal india limited,eil,ecil,hal and even some companies like bhel are asking for a good gate score for recruitment.so,i would suggest you to go for gate if possible..

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    karan111
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    Thumbs up Re: How to plan my career if want to settle in my core field i.e., Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    HELLO FRIEND.........

    IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN GOVERMENT FIELD OR IN CORE BRANCH THAN YOU CAN TAKE.......

    AS.......

    1:>ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONC

    2:>MECHANICAL

    3:> CIVIL

    4:>ELECTRICAL

    5:>ELECTRONICS

    YOU CAN DO JOB IN GOVERMENT COMPANY AS....

    AS.........

    1:>NTPC

    2:>BHEL

    3:>BSNL

    4:>RAILWAY

    IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PRIVATE JOB

    THAN YOU TAKE BRANCH AS....

    1:>CS

    2:>IT

    YOU CAN DO JOB IN COPANY AS..

    1:>YCS

    2:>WIPRO

    3:>HCL

    4:>SAMSUNG

    5:>IBALL

    6:>SONY

    6:>IDEA

    7:>DELL

    8:>LENOVO

    9:>AIRTEL



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    Re: How to plan my career if want to settle in my core field i.e., Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    It is possible to start your career in core field with an ECE qualification. For enhanced career opportunities you can opt for higher studies by opting PG courses like M.Tech, MBA etc. On the other hand, you can very well settle in technical job posts after ECE. MNCs offer good jobs for ECE graduates. Also government sector open wide range of jobs for after ECE. BEL, BHEL, NTPC, HAL etc are some of the top PSUs which offer technical job posts. In railways, there are positions like junior engineer, assistant engineer, section engineer etc which can be applied. Civil services, defense services, banks etc offer good jobs for ECE graduates.

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    Re: How to plan my career if want to settle in my core field i.e., Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    I am in eee final yr , in what depth should i perpare for technical interview? Is revising subject enough.?
    Are government exams for engineering easy?

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