Taking educational scope into consideration, today’s world is coming up with new technological advancements every day. These new developments are done by the engineers turned to scientists. In bringing their own thoughts in the world’s next brilliant technological advancement and this path can be achieved by producing quality Electronics & Communication Engineers. In-depth knowledge is required for such tasks and this further divides Electronics & Communication into various sub fields. This field has a great scope in India & other countries.
The job market for electronics and communication engineering is on demand and industries are looking for qualified engineers who can assist them on latest technologies. With recent technological advancements, the scope for the electronics engineers is on the rise.
Further looking at the career prospects, there is bound to be huge demand for competent engineers in electronic industry to cope this demand in technology. The engineers would be involved in sustaining cutting edge technology to stay ahead in competition. An electronic engineer can find a job in Consumer electronics manufacturing organization , Telecommunication & IT industries, Health care equipment manufacturing, Mobile communication(2G,3G,4G), Internet technologies, Power Electronics, and other industries like steel, petroleum and chemical industry, directing control and testing production process.
Future in Government Sectors
ECE is one of the best engineering courses and has lot of opportunities in both govt and private sectors.
- Engineer at Telecommunication departments or related organizations of Indian Goverment by clearing IES exam.
- With Good GATE score you can get Research associates, Junior research fellows post in DRDO, ISRO or IITs.. You can easily apply for scientists posts if they have vacancies and advertise.
- Every technical organization works with embedded systems.
General Eligibility Criteria of EC Branch
The candidates should have qualified 10+2 or equivalent examination from Madhya Pradesh Secondary Board or any other recognized board. Mathematics and Physics should have been studied as compulsory subjects with 50 % .