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    What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    pls inform that any specilization govt. job for electrical inform me n how to preparation that job


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    mohini is offline Junior Member
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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    Hai...
    for Electrical graduates there are somany jobs are available.i.e, both goverment and private jobs..Some jobs are like following..
    1. Junior manager
    2. management trainee
    3. Executive
    4. Junior Assistent Engineer, etc.
    The Exams wt u have to apply are as follows..
    1. JINDAL
    2. NTPC
    3. AP GENCO
    4. AP TRANSCO
    5. EIL
    6. SAIL
    7. GAIL
    8. BHEl etc.
    For all thse jobs information and previous placement papers, u can see www.freshersworld.com www.placementpapers.net www.indiabix.com www.govtjobs.in
    So, prepare well ...Good luck and ALL THE BEST...
    Bye..

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    Ashish Kumar is offline Senior Member
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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    There are several government jobs for B.E.grads,

    You can opt for

    UPSC
    BHEL
    NTPC
    Indian Rail
    Banking
    DRDO
    State Electricity board
    .....

    Each sector conducts its own exam , so you will have to appear for the exams.

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    In order to know all the details regarding "when to apply" for all the above posts, you can refer to www.sarkarinaukri.com

    Regarding preperation, in all major cities, coaching centers are available for all those entrance exams. You haven't mentioned your location. So, i'm not suggesting institutes. If you want to about good institutes for coaching, reply me with your location.

    You can follow websites like www.indiabix.com for preperation.

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    Hello friend,
    Yes, Definitely doing M.Tech after B.Tech is good thinking.
    M.Tech is 2year course but lot of advantagies
    you can do M TECH if you are interested in higher studies
    Now a days, there is recession and the companies are looking for post graduates and companies are preferring them
    So you can do the PG and after your PG the industry will be on growing and you will get more opportunities and more payment
    So take a decision according to your interest

    Good Luck..

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    There is a vast scope of jobs for graduate engineers (Electrical) in government/public and private sectors like Junior/ Assistant Engineer, Management Trainee & Junior Manager etc. in various organizations like NTPC, EIL, BHEL, SAIL, GAIL& BEL etc. Apart from this you can go for IES exam. conducted by UPSC every year, You can also seek jobs in Railways & Defense. For jobs information you can visit www.freshersworld.com, www.indiabix.com and also www.govtjobs.in

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    Hello friend,
    after graduation in electrical you may apply for the following government jobs like as.................
    bhel
    sail
    ntpc
    nhpc
    gail
    iocl
    ongc
    drdo
    isro
    dmrc
    jmrc
    ies
    bpcl
    powergrid

    one thing noted here that you also give exam of gate because it is necessary for some top psu's like as ntpc, bhel,powergrid,iocl.

    Good luck!

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    pari.ram16 is offline Junior Member
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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    Sandeep,

    You have ample of oppurtunities both in government jobs as well as corporate jobs.
    As far as government jobs are concerned, you can get into any of these companies
    HAL
    BEML
    BHEL
    BEL
    BSNL
    ASRB
    ISRO
    ONGC
    BARC
    SAIL
    GAIL
    POWERGRID
    NTPC
    IOCL
    KELTRON
    Defence jobs
    State run Power supply companies and many others

    But from 2012 GATE score is necessary for BHEL NTPC Powergrid IOCL. So try to get a decent score in GATE.
    You can also try for UPSC and other state service commissions.
    You can take up engineering services exam also.
    All the best.

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    There are a lot of Jobs are available for your Qualification in Government Sector.The following are the Jobs are available

    Banking Jobs

    BHEL, BEL, NTPC, ONGC, SAIL, GAIL, HPCL

    and all other bank jobs....

    all the best

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    hi friend,
    u have oppurtunity for both software & hardware side

    for soft ware side TCS,WIPRO,HCL,INFOSYS, etc

    for hardware side

    APGENCO
    APTRANSCO
    BHEL
    ECIL
    SAIL
    GAIL
    ISRO
    DRDO
    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: What to do After b.tech(electrical)?

    what to study after be electrical ,

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