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    Future with Electronics engineering in R&D?

    ok do you sit idle in your job.

    I dont like busy schedule , but i am thinking that i am lacking in knowledge aspec that one should have as an experienced proffesional.

    I am having problem like that only, although job is of my field which is hard to get (Electronics engineer) but is low paying, i mostly sit idle or don't come to work when there is no work, ours is a project base company, when project comes then only work comes rest of time i am doing R&D at home. to keep myself up to date with knowledge.

    what will be my future with this job? if i want to change ?
    i am currently looking for other jobs !

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    ajayjanapati is offline Member
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    Re: Future with Electronics engineering in R&D?

    there will be more more future opportunities .it is not software branch like cse or it.
    every time there will be more demand so not need to think about uture .
    for every branch has its own importance ,but important thing is you should have working ability, skills,talents.etc.

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    PERTHC is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Future with Electronics engineering in R&D?

    Hello,

    The future with electronics engineering in R&D is great where you earn as well as learn huge depth of
    knowledge.

    ---Future with Electronics engineering in R&D---




    CEITR (Centre for Electronics & IT Research)

    --Company Profile--

    Centre for Electronics and Information Technology Research (C E I T R) is an organization which focuses on Technical Consultancy, Training and Research in Electronics and Information Technology domains. We offer quality engineering services in Embedded, VLSI, DSP, Robotics and other IT related technologies which ensures maximum customer delight.


    --Eligibility--

    BE/B.Tech(Electronics, CSE, EEE, ECE, IT, Electrical, Electronics & Instrumentation), ME/M.Tech(ECE, Embedded System Technologies, VLSI Design, Wireless Technologies)

    --Location--

    Anywhere in India


    --Last Date--

    15th Aug, 2013

    --Job Type--

    Full Time

    --Hiring Process--

    Written-test, Face to Face Interview, Telephonic Interview
    Job Details

    --Post--

    R&D Engineer(Embedded/IT)


    --Recruitment Process--


    Technical Test, Technical Interview and HR Interview.



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    GOPANI is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Future with Electronics engineering in R&D?

    There is never a lack of opportunities in our world, once a great man told, if you dont find opportunities then create one.

    One of the fastest growing fields of engineering, Electronics Engineering is that branch which deals with the applications that make our life so much more easy and comfortable such as, the computer, telephone, television, radio and other similar telecommunication systems. These electronic engineers work with fiber optics and microprocessors and are responsible for supervising the manufacturing process, the production and installation of the above mentioned devices. Sometimes they also work in teams to set up electronic equipments for hospitals, mines, computer industries and the like.

    Never stop believing in yourself, that's the worse thing that can ever happen with anyone.

    All the best

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    sampath yadav is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Future with Electronics engineering in R&D?

    dear aspirant,
    yes indeed the research and development is low paying but earlier it played a main role with its invention because of modern improved computer technology everything is made so fast with in very short limit.with the knowledge we can improve the technologies and there by contributing more to the country's welfare gives a good scope for the job for the youngsters to walk into r&d.so invention plays key role.so do make inventions to get succeded.

    thank you..

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