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    What should i do next after completing B.Sc in electronics?

    hv passed bsc in electronics bt i m confused wt to do in future plz teel me im thinking about mba is that rt

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    bringmetolife is offline Junior Member bringmetolife is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What should i do next after completing B.Sc in electronics?

    Electronic equipments are becoming a basic necessity in today’s world. Application of electronics is becoming wide in every gadget used today. So this field is growing faster every day. There are better job opportunities in this field for those who are looking for a career after B.Sc electronics in both private and public sector.

    Career in Private sector after B.Sc Electronics

    Lots of job opportunities are available in private sector for graduates in B.Sc Electronics. Jobs are available on both hardware and software fields. Some of the jobs are listed below in private sector for the graduates in B.Sc Electronics.

    Software testing
    Electronic design engineer
    Technical executive
    Chemical administrator
    Technical support associate
    Software developer
    They can also opt for many marketing jobs and servicing jobs available in private sector relating to electronics. Private banking sector are also a good option for these graduates.

    Government Career after B.Sc Electronics

    Graduates in Electronics can find good jobs in government sector. Various organizations in government sector recruit graduates from electronic background every year. Some of these organizations are given below

    Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)
    Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
    Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
    National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
    Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL)
    Graduates from this background can also find good opportunities in various government sectors like Indian Railways, Civil Services, Banking etc.

    Career Abroad after B.Sc Electronics

    Graduates from electronics background can find lot of opportunities in foreign countries. The demand for these graduates is high in mainly networking field. But for grabbing these opportunities they need to have a certification in networking. Lots of certification in networking is available in India. Some of them are given below.

    Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
    Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
    Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA)
    Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
    Graduates with any of these certifications can look for a promising career in foreign countries.

    Long term Career roadmap for B.Sc Electronics

    Hardware and networking field are becoming fastest growing sectors. So the job opportunities in these fields are also increasing. If the graduates from electronic background start their career in this field, they can reach up to higher positions easily. Career in software engineering is another option for these graduates to attain their career ambitions. But for this they need higher education and more certifications in these fields. They also need experience in these fields. Depending upon the qualification and experience, experts in these fields can get salary up to Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000. They can also start up their own firm. Another long term job option in this field is to teach in technical educational institutions.

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    jayks is offline Junior Member jayks is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What should i do next after completing B.Sc in electronics?

    Friend lots of option after B.Sc Electronics

    If you go for study then options are..


    is best option

    If you go for job then options are..

    Electronics is a stream which provides plenty of job opportunities in making a good career, you can find jobs in core companies and in the majority of sectors like public sector, private sector, banking, etc...

    Public Sector :

    In Public sector you can apply for government jobs in core companies such as

    1. ECIL
    2. BSNL (JTO)
    3. NTPC
    4. BEl
    5. IOCL
    6. BHEL
    7. ISRO
    8. DRDO
    9. DMRC

    You will be required to attempt the written examinations for the various posts in above mentioned sectors for securing core company jobs.

    Private Sector :

    In private sector you are eligible to apply for jobs related to your stream as well as for the software jobs also some of the private sector/core jobs and software jobs are

    1. Semiconductor, IC Design and manufacturers Industries (MIC electronics, SR electronics, etc..)
    2. Manufacturing Phone and Electronics Board designs(Nokia, Samsung, LG, Sony, etc..)
    3. Infosys
    4. Mahindra Satyam
    5. TCS
    6. CTS
    7. Wipro
    8. Infotech
    9. Delloit
    10. IBM

    Similar to public sectors all these companies conduct written examination followed by group discussions, technical assessment, Hr Interview. You are suppose to clear all the rounds in order to get a job.

    Bank PO job in:

    1. SBI
    2. SBH
    3. Andhra Bank
    4. Syndicate Bank
    5. ICICI
    6. HDFC
    7. Kotak Mahindra
    8. IDFC

    All the best

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    lalitksahu22 is offline Junior Member lalitksahu22 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What should i do next after completing B.Sc in electronics?

    hiiiiii friend
    after doing b.sc in electronics.you have a lot of opportunity
    you may get job in
    -it sector as well as
    -core sector related to electronics.
    or you may be proceed for higher study like
    so best of luck for your future
    thank you

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    Re: What should i do next after completing B.Sc in electronics?

    I want to do B.Sc in electronics.What is the future opportunities in job?

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