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  • 18th April 2012 08:28 PM
    Unregistered

    Re: What are the core companies in Electrical sector for an ECE student? How to get into core companies as a fresher?

    what is the meaning of core company?
  • 8th March 2012 06:54 PM
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    Re: What are the core companies in Electrical sector for an ECE student? How to get into core companies as a fresher?

    any additional course s required
  • 30th November 2011 11:26 PM
    nickibharadwaj

    Re: What are the core companies in Electrical sector for an ECE student? How to get into core companies as a fresher?



    Hello friend,

    There are many core companies for a ECE student to start their career

    Some of the major core companies for ECE students

    Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Intel, Samsung Electronics, Sony, Toshiba, Philips Semiconductors, Texas Instruments, LG Electronics, Nokia, AMD, CISCO, Nvdia, HP and IBM are just few to mention.

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 10th September 2011 08:22 PM
    vipul sharma

    Re: What are the core companies in Electrical sector for an ECE student? How to get into core companies as a fresher?

    Electrical engineering is one of the core branches of engineering and has lot of opportunities
    in terms of job scope as it is a evergreen branch.Electronics and electrical is a branch which
    lays emphasis on both electrical and electronics subjects.Here you are learning about electronic
    circuits, instrument control systems, Power transmission and distribution, Power systems, electrical
    machine design etc.So have a very wide range of choices to take as career.
    After your degree you can search for jobs in process plants in electrical, mainatinence or Automation
    departments.Here you will be responsible for the maintainence of the machines, Electronic drives, PLC
    and automation systems.A electrical engineer is needed in every manufacturing and process unit to look
    after the design , planning , implementation and maintainence of electrical systems.
    You can also get a job in various thermal power plants , hydro electric power plants, state electricity
    board, electricity companies etc.You can also get this core job profile in various PSU companies like
    BHEL, SAIL, GAIL, NTPS, POWER GRID,ONGC etc.You can also work in various companies involved in manufacturing
    of LT, HT switchgear, motors , transformers, Drives and automation , PLC'S etc.Here you can work in
    different job profiles like Design, planning, production, sales and marketing , service, or power system engineer etc.
    Some companies in this field are Siemens, ABB, Transformers and rectifiers, Crompton greaves, Areva, L&T etc.
  • 8th September 2011 07:58 AM
    neetu garg

    Re: What are the core companies in Electrical sector for an ECE student? How to get into core companies as a fresher?

    CORE COMPANIES FOR ELECTRICAL STUDENTS

    BHEL, ECIL, DRDL, HAL
    SIEMENS
    ALLEN BRADLEY
    Rock Well
    Reliance Industries
    Navayuga Power Corp.
    Tata Projects
    Honey Well
  • 7th September 2011 07:41 PM
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    What are the core companies in Electrical sector for an ECE student? How to get into core companies as a fresher?

    Sir/ Mam,

    I am a final year engineering student of electrical & electronics stream ( Visvesvaraya Technological University), having an aggregate of 63% till 6th semester. I am highly interested in getting into "core" companies instead of getting into an IT sector. Pls thoroughly advise wat all are the core companies, in "Electrical sector" i should opt for & how do i proceed in getting into these companies as a fresher.

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