|Author: param bajwa 10 Jul 2009 Member Level: Silver Points : 0 Voting Score: 0|
f u do ur b.arch u can do only m.arch..... m.tech deals with specialisation(vlsi,cad,design,power plant) of these subjects (EEE,ECE,MECH)...... some deemed universities may accept b.arch for m.tech admission (not sure) but it will be very tough for u to study since d subjects will deal with specialisation of d ug course(b.tech).......... for example for b.tech(mech) some of the m.tech subjects include(cad/cam,cim,design,ic engines,cfd, power plant)...... browse many universities website and find out d courses they r offering.......... some of the universities in south india include vit university(one of the best),anna university,sathyabama..... dont worry......... be cool and calm...... think well before u make a decision..........
|Author: Amit Siwach 10 Jul 2009 Member Level: Gold Points : 5 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
From your query anyone can think that you are puzzled about your future and carreer. Dont do that with you, Be specific about what you need and what you want to do. Everyone wants to have a good salaried job and you also wishes the same.
You dont wish to study further and you missed opportunity to write for M. Tech exams. This is a worry. You have to be aware of all your future plan where you wish to go.
Check your interest. You are graduated with B Tech in ECE with 55% that is not average. you have to work hard and study hard to enhance your skills.
If you wish to do M. Tech then there are various good college which provides admissions but first check that the college should be affiliated.
you wish for mobile communication there are also opportunities in this field you can surf ISC for more details.
Moreover choose only the field you are interested and try your level best to improve your skills on that field and you must be aware of a general idiom "Every thing is possible as Impossible itself says I M Possible". So think positively and enhance your skills.
Hope this will help you to choose the right direction
|Author: SWOHAM BHATTACHARYYA 03 Sep 2009 Member Level: Bronze Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
The Engineering Services Examination is conducted by the UPSC, India every year for the recruitment to the four categories of engineering services:
Electronics & telecommunication Engineering
Since you are a student of ECE, following posts will be offered to you after you clear this exam:
Group A Services/Posts:
Indian Railway Service of Signal Engineers
Indian Railway Stores Service (Telecommunication/ Electronics Engineering Posts)
Indian Telecommunication Service
Engineer in Wireless Planning and Coordination Wing/ Monitoring Organization; Ministry of Communications (Deptt. of Telecommunications)
Indian Broadcasting (Engineers) Service
Indian Ordnance Factories Service (Engineering Branch) (Electronics Engineering Posts)
Indian Naval Armament Service (Electronics Engineering Posts)
Central Power Engineering Service (Telecommunication Engineering Posts)
Survey of India Service Group 'A' (Electronics and Telecom. Engineering Posts)
Assistant Manager (Factories), Deptt. of Telecom (Telecom Factories Organization)
Indian Inspection Service, Group `A' (Electronics Engineering Posts)
Indian Supply Service; Group `A' (Electronics Engineering Posts)
Assistant Executive Engineer Group 'A' (Electronics Engineering Posts) in the Corps of E.M.E., Ministry of Defence.
Group B Services/Posts
Assistant Engineer Group 'B' (Electronics Engineering Posts) in the Corps of E.M.E., Ministry of Defence.
Other options of higher education in your subject is going for M.Tech or if you have an aptitude for managerial kind of work you can go for MBA also.
All the best
|Author: subrahmanyam sssrs 04 Sep 2009 Member Level: Silver Points : 2 Voting Score: 0|
If not M.tech then you can think carrer in Embeded or VLSI which has nice future in future Hardware industry because without chip no tecnology is there so nodoubt you have to think about hardware design and development side rather than thinking about software side.There is enough institutes in hyderabad which they train in embeded and VLSI design sectors.