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    Job opportunities for final year students of Electronics and Instrumentation? For which company i should i apply for?

    sir,i'm a final year student of electronic and instrumentation uptill now i have 71% but in 12th i have 56% is there any oppourcnity to get a good job if yes,then in which company i should try .plz reply me on my id- mishal.gaurav@gmail.com

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    koti.kwr is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Job opportunities for final year students of Electronics and Instrumentation? For which company i should i apply for?

    Hi Guest,

    There are lots of opportunities for EIE passed out students.

    As you have good knowledge on Electronic field you can try for all the jobs in electronic companies.

    Most of the companies in India ask for a consistent percentage of above 65% through out the academic.

    As you have low percentage in 12th standard you cannot apply for the companies where you are asked for the consistent percentage

    So you can try for the companies where they ask for a percentage only in your graduation.

    The following are the opportunities:

    Electrical engineers can work in the field of the electrical area, such as the power supply, maintenance department, sectional department engineer. You can work in the good companies like the KEB, BHEL, BEML, BEL and other electrical companies.

    There are many jobs in the software companies like the wipro, tcs, infosys, hcl, hp you need to have a minimum of 60% marks throughout the engineering.

    Teaching as the lecturer in any of the good government/private colleges, and get good salary there.

    Many good jobs in the field of computer teaching in the government institutes like the Keonics, IIT.

    Exams like the UPSC,KPSC,IES exams as there to get good jobs in the central and as well as the state government .

    Higher studies in the area of electrical as the MTECH and PH.D.

    Thank You,

    All the Best.

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    shadabm is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Job opportunities for final year students of Electronics and Instrumentation? For which company i should i apply for?


    As you have done BTech in E&I branch , you have got various opportunities available in PSU companies as well as
    Private companies. I think you might not be knowing that PSU companies as well as many private companies are
    only concerned about your BTech marks.

    It means your eligibility will be checked only on the basis of BTech marks. As you have got very good percentage in BTech,
    so you are surely Eligible for various opportunities.

    Various PSU companies where you have chances of jobs are:
    - SAIL
    - Power Grid
    - BPCL
    - HPCL
    - NTPC
    - BHEL
    - BEL.
    Currently companies like PowerGrid, HPCL and BPCL have published the advertisement that they will recruit engineers
    on the basis of GATE Score of 2013. SO you need to appear for GATE 2013 for which form has already been out and
    exam will be taken in Feb 2013.
    On the basis of result of this exam, you need to apply for the available job vacancies in these companies.

    Some private companies which can provide good career for you are:
    - Honey Well
    - Tata Steel
    - Maruti
    - Samsung Electronics

    So donít worry about your marks in 12th, start the preparation and youíll get the success soon.

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    haryy49 is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Job opportunities for final year students of Electronics and Instrumentation? For which company i should i apply for?

    There are two broad areas in which you can look for a job. a) Process Control - This is core Instrumentation and requires good knowledge of the chemical processes. You would be working on DCS and PLC. Some leading companies in this area are Emerson, Honeywell etc. b) Embedded Systems - This area requires a good knowledge of Core Electronics. Most companies allow Instrumentation engineers to appear for interviews. Some leading companies in this area are Texas Instruments, Connexant etc. Depending on your personal inclination, you may choose any of the above areas. In general, career growth and pay packages are better in Embedded Systems. Masters in the relevant area would boost your chances of getting a better job. You could search for a suitable job in the corporate sector using placement portals, placement firms, individual company web sites, newspapers/magazines and your personal contacts in industries. Best of Luck!

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    sauravmillion is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Job opportunities for final year students of Electronics and Instrumentation? For which company i should i apply for?

    Hello Dear

    Its doesn't really matter if you have 56% in your 12th.Since your branch is core.There are many govt jobs waiting for you.In govt sector jobs nobody ask for 60% career.They only ask for 60% graduation.So you don't have to worry.Your subject has got ample opportunities in the market.Just you need to make sure that you are good enough in your communication skills and you have knowledge in your core subjects .I am going to provide you a list of certain important job prospects in core sectors to help you.Here follows the list

    1> PSUs : -
    Some major Maharatna,Navaratna and Miniratna awarded public sector undertakings (BHEL, NTPC, ONGC, NPCIL, GAIL, NHPC, SAIL, IOCL, CIL etc) of our country have a regular vacancies every year.These PSUs conduct a written exam followed by an interview to hire good many number of candidates from Electrical,Mechanical,Electronics,Civil branches every year. You may start preparing for these competitive exams by enrolling yourself in some best coaching institute or by self study techniques.The notifications of such exams can be available from "employment news" on a weekly basis or you may visit freshersworld website regularly.But remember you have to be really good enough in your studies to be able to crack those exams. Just having surface knowledge wont help you.

    2> I E S / I A S :-
    If you want a dream job,probably the best paid and prestigious job in our country then you should go for IES or IAS civil service exams.These are central govt exams conducted by UPSC under the guidance and supervision of Ministry of Human resource Development.You may also apply for the technical jobs conducted by staff selection commission or state public services commission to be able to join some respectable jobs in your own state.The jobs that you will be given after qualifying IES / IAS will comprise a mixture of both managerial decisions and technical supervision.The perks and emoluments after salary is really the best.So try to crack this exam.But remember the difficulty level and syllabus for both the above mentioned exams are appreciably high.You need to have indepth knowledge regarding the subject.

    3>Central Govt Wings :-
    Some of the Major Government wings like Telecom sectors,Indian Railway,Indian Airlines,Indian Postal services,Indian revenue services,central excise office,Income tax dept etc also do require candidate from different core streams.You are also eligible for any of these jobs also.But remember that the jobs in these sectors are more managerial oriented rather than technical oriented.But you may expect some exciting technical jobs in Telecom sector and Indian Railway.

    4> GATE entrance exam: -
    Some oil and gas refineries, power sectors and Manufacturing companies like Power Grid, NTPC, BHEL, IOCL and BARC also provides opportunities for desperate and outstanding candidates to work for their organization. These sectors are interested in those students possessing a very handsome GATE scorecard.So if you want to get absorbed in any of best public sector organizations then GATE exam is a must for you.Start preparing for the gate exam by enrolling yourself in some coaching institute.Currently ACE academy ,MADE EASY are successfully running institutes probably the best in providing GATE coaching.

    5> Banking/Financial Sectors : -
    Yes this is very much true,even an Engineering graduate in any discipline can also apply for clerical, PO/MT, Administrative Officer,Technical officer types of posts in various banks and other financial institutions.What you need here is just a degree certificate from a recognized institution or university with 55% marks which I am sure you have it.This sector is gaining a lot of momentum as far as modernization is concerned.Also the number of candidates to hired by the end of this year would likely cross 2 lakhs.So there is a hell lot of opportunity in banking sector.This kind of exams are also not that difficult.Just solving few model questions will really help you get a good rank.But yeah speed and accuracy is an important criteria in the exam.Hope you understand

    6> Defense Sectors :-
    If you want a job which is challenging , prestigious and the same time related to patriotism then you have to try and qualify the exams conducted by these organization which are powered by Ministry of Defense.Well here the life is more disciplined and the perks and emoluments after salary are really good.This kind of jobs are central govt jobs with a good pay.

    See the list doesn't ends here.There are many more such kind of jobs.but I have provided the best paying and reputed jobs available in our country for an Engineering candidate.Every jack and Jill wont get these kind of job with ease.Sincere hard work and patience is the key to success.I hope you would be benefited by this post.Anyways best of luck for a bright future.


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