Which engineering branch is behind your mobile?
While giving JEE advanced mock test Can you even imagine your life without internet, computer or worst without a mobile. And did you know it has a very important relation with engineering in electronics and communications.
Well, not a lot of us can.
And do you know what these all products have in common.
All are the product are of engineering in electronics and communications.
Electronics and communications industries offer many possibilities for future career growth.
Along with job opportunities it promises growth and demand for research and development. If you hope to become an ENC engineer, you should know that you will have a wealth of job options. JEE advanced mock test will not tell you this information about ENC so read it till the end.
Field Of job
You may want to work for a company that operates in the core electronics field. On other hand you can also work for a network communications company.
If none of them suits you you can opt for a government job, research or build your own start-up.
As a core engineer, you can be Engineer in Design, Embedding, a Network support or an ASIC Engineer Trainee.
As a core engineer, you might work in:
- Analog Electronics
- Circuit design
- Control System
- Digital Electronics
- Embedded Systems
- Nano Technology
- Optical Communications
- Signal Processing
- Wireless Communications.
You can also opt for a non-core position. Many non-core jobs are found in the software industry. While they don’t fall into your core domain, they generally pay well. You may also opt for government employment.
Higher Studies & Government job
Most public service companies recruit using GATE scores. Taking GATE administered by the IISc Banglore is essential for all aspiring engineers. This exam is completely different from JEE advanced mock test.
There is low competition in engineering in electronics and communications for GATE Exam. It has almost declined 50% in last 5 years. So getting admission in M. Tech is rather easy then other Branches.
There are well-paying jobs in government in Airport, Defense, Radio, Railways, Telegraph. Banks hire ECE engineers as do the military. Both the Indian Army and the Indian Navy hire these engineers.
The I.A.S. or civil service exam is also an option, requiring extensive preparation. All engineers are well suited to the IAS exam due to the difficulty of engineering. But this exam will be way more difficult than JEE advanced mock test.
Last but not least, you can choose to teach. You will need to complete a Masters and pursue some amount of research, but jobs are available.
what will you study?
In this branch you will be studying the basics of engineering in electronics and communications. It will include circuits, laws, power and transfer.
You’ll also explore:
- Circuit analysis
- Control systems
- Electromagnetic and microwaves
- Electronic devices
- Linear Integrated Circuits, and
among other subjects.
You can continue and pursue a Masters degree in ENC, or you will find several institutions that offer a PhD.
M.Tech degree is ideal for candidates who prefer to research a particular domain of ENC.
salary offered in iits, nits and iiits
Monthly salaries can average from Rs.50000 Rs 200000 on upward as an entry-level employee or new graduate from IIT’s and NIT’s.
From the radio to the cell phone with GPS, electronics is involved in every facet of our lives in the developed world.
The future depends on the continuous design and evolution of electronic devices. For an example you take most of your JEE advanced mock test on electronic devices. As an electronic engineer, you will design hardware and software.
You will also offer technical support, inspect equipment and provide technical documentation.
If you find radio, communications or television devices fascinating
this field will embrace you with open arms.
If you want to design and build the gadgets of tomorrow, ENC engineering is a profession for you.
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