What are the jobs for ECE students at NTPC and BSNL Company?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Melissa Lee



What are the jobs for ECE students at NTPC and BSNL Company?

NTPC

Since power plants today are working on the principle of control systems and there is a participation of instrumentation. These two fields are covered in ECE Grad, therefore they are hired as executive engineers in this sector through GATE and IES exams.

BSNL

You can be recruited through regular notifications for various positions at BSNL, such as TTA as a telecommunications technical assistant or direct junior telecommunications officer of JTO. If you are hired through TTA after a few years of experience or intradepartmental exams, you will be promoted to JTO.

The job profile varies in many sectors r

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NTPC

Since power plants today are working on the principle of control systems and there is a participation of instrumentation. These two fields are covered in ECE Grad, therefore they are hired as executive engineers in this sector through GATE and IES exams.

BSNL

You can be recruited through regular notifications for various positions at BSNL, such as TTA as a telecommunications technical assistant or direct junior telecommunications officer of JTO. If you are hired through TTA after a few years of experience or intradepartmental exams, you will be promoted to JTO.

The job profile varies in many sectors ranging from telephone line traffic, exchange work, cable run supervision, to broadband sector, etc.

At NTPC, recruitment is through a GATE exam followed by a group discussion and interview process in the assistant principal position. Here you will get the plant based on your choice of filling and the marks you get during the training period in different exams. And finally, it will be assigned to the operations department or the instrumentation and control department according to no. vacancy in the plant in which you get to post.

At BSNL, the ECE student can be recruited as a JTO (junior telecommunications officer) through the IES exam.

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I got AIR-148 (ECE) at GATE-2019. My interview was on October 15, 2019 at Power Management Institute (NTPC), Noida. Here I am going to share my experience and the questions that I have been asked in PI at NTPC.

The reporting time was 8 a.m. M. At 10 am the verification of the document was carried out.

They called me for PI around 4.30pm. The interview lasted between 15 and 20 minutes. The panel consisted of 4 members-

M1- Asked most of the technical questions.

C- The person who presides (asked technical questions, but not many)

HR- A lady

M2- didn't ask anything at all

C- Tell us about yourself.

Tell us about your family history.

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Hey,

I got AIR-148 (ECE) at GATE-2019. My interview was on October 15, 2019 at Power Management Institute (NTPC), Noida. Here I am going to share my experience and the questions that I have been asked in PI at NTPC.

The reporting time was 8 a.m. M. At 10 am the verification of the document was carried out.

They called me for PI around 4.30pm. The interview lasted between 15 and 20 minutes. The panel consisted of 4 members-

M1- Asked most of the technical questions.

C- The person who presides (asked technical questions, but not many)

HR- A lady

M2- didn't ask anything at all

C- Tell us about yourself.

Tell us about your family history.

Do you have any work experience?

Why didn't you sit down for your B.tech placement?

Do you have any academic excellence?

M1- Tell us what you know about the structure of a thermal power plant (which I found a very weird question for EC students)

What are the basic components of a thermal power plant?

Why can't we use or recycle water vapor infinitely many times inside the thermal power plant?

Do you have any ideas about the thermocouple? What is it?

What happens if I place a motor very close to a thermocouple? Will the thermocouple output change?

HR- Why NTPC?

Why not private jobs?

What if I say that you are willing to join NTPC to be published in your home state (NTPC, Farakka)?

Have you visited other states in our country?

Tell us the names of the southern states of India.

Tell us the languages ​​you speak.

Why did you go to Chattishgarh? Why were you invited to the GATE Academy awards ceremony? What did you see in Bhilai?

C- Have you studied Analog Communication? (He asked a question about the filter which is completely based on pencil paper)

M1- what is CMRR?

Why do you prefer the CMRR to be infinite as a designer?

So you are saying that the common mode voltage is unwanted at the output of opamp. So tell me the reason why it happens on the output.

Why do we use step response instead of impulse or ramp while studying the system response of a second order control system?

Then some HR questions based on my future goals and all.

Verdict: Undeclared (Being a Bengali high school student, I am always afraid to speak in public. Therefore, I was wrong in GD. Therefore, there is less chance of being selected)

I don't know which country you belong to, but I assume you are asking about India.

Here, you have two main types of fields:

1) Private sector: Private sector opportunities in India in CEE are considerably scarce. Large companies are multinationals that have their development centers in Bangalore or Hyderabad, such as Intel, Bell Labs, etc. These multinationals mostly receive campus students from prestigious institutions such as IIT. (For example, National Instruments, a multinational semiconductor company comes to the IIT Indore campus). Otherwise, you must show exceptional talent and apply directly.

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I don't know which country you belong to, but I assume you are asking about India.

Here, you have two main types of fields:

1) Private sector: Private sector opportunities in India in CEE are considerably scarce. Large companies are multinationals that have their development centers in Bangalore or Hyderabad, such as Intel, Bell Labs, etc. These multinationals mostly receive campus students from prestigious institutions such as IIT. (For example, National Instruments, a multinational semiconductor company comes to the IIT Indore campus). Otherwise, you must show exceptional talent and apply directly.

2) Public
sector : The public sector has more opportunities for ECE than CS / IT, but must face difficult competitive exams to enter. You can divide them into three parts:

A) PSU:
These are public sector companies, which accept applications based on the GATE score and interview or conduct their own exams and interviews.

B) HEI:
Indian Engineering Services is considered the most prestigious job profile for Engineers in India, equivalent to what is IAS in Administration or IPS in Police. Selection is made through the Engineering Services Exam (ESE), which is among the most competitive exams in India. A Google search on ESE would provide you with all the details of the exam such as the exam pattern, syllabus, etc.

C) Research Institutions: The
main public research institutions under three wings of the Government of India, namely the Department of Space (DOS), the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), there are

i) ISRO- India's highly efficient space agency and the many institutions under its umbrella. Recruitment is done through the ISRO ICRB Annual Recruitment Exam followed by an interview.

ii) DRDO- the defense development agency of India. Recruitment similar to ISRO.

iii) BARC-Bhabha Atomic Research Center, GATE scorecard followed by an interview.
It is advisable to start preparing for these exams from the third year.
As for the courses, it is always beneficial to learn a little more practical things and do projects, especially for the private sector. We all know that most Indian universities do not focus on engineering experimentation and innovation. The real fun is doing things, not books! :)

PSUs or research institutions may or may not conduct separate examinations depending on the number of positions. Check the details on their websites before applying.
Source: Myself, 3rd year ECE student.

Prepare for Indian Engineering Services (IES), Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL). Both provide very good opportunities and career prospects for an ECE engineer.
The departments that are available are:

  1. Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (EME), Indian Army
  2. Inspection Service of India (Directorate General for Supply and Disposal)
  3. Naval Armament Service of India (Naval Armament Directorate)
  4. Naval Warehouse Service of India (Indian Navy)
  5. Indian Artillery Factory Service (IOFS)
  6. Radio Regulatory Service of India
  7. Indian Railway Signal Engineer Service
  8. Indian Rail Shops Service
  9. Indian Supply Service (D
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Prepare for Indian Engineering Services (IES), Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL). Both provide very good opportunities and career prospects for an ECE engineer.
The departments that are available are:

  1. Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (EME), Indian Army
  2. Inspection Service of India (Directorate General for Supply and Disposal)
  3. Naval Armament Service of India (Naval Armament Directorate)
  4. Naval Warehouse Service of India (Indian Navy)
  5. Indian Artillery Factory Service (IOFS)
  6. Radio Regulatory Service of India
  7. Indian Railway Signal Engineer Service
  8. Indian Rail Shops Service
  9. India Supply Service (Directorate General for Supply and Disposal)
  10. Telecommunication service of India
  11. Junior Telecommunications Officer (Group 'B')

To prepare for IES,
first let us know what the exam pattern is: 6 papers of 200 points each; total of 1200 followed by an interview. The six jobs consist of 2 general ability tests and 4 department tests, Electronics where appropriate. 2 objective and 2 subjective.
The best way to prepare is to be good with the classes at your graduation. If that hasn't been the case, a training center like Made Easy may be good. I would like to put a disclaimer here that I have not attended any training there and I only know one name of my friends, and I have heard that it is good. Just take some time to sort out the materials they provide and PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE. You will soon see a major improvement. More importantly, you will discover the specific areas that you need to focus on for your preparation and you will be able to choose the method that suits you best.
The first and most important thing is to get started. The front end is huge, but can be smoothed out with your effort. You can identify if you have learned to drive. Just get out there and get started. All the best!

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The job opportunities for an electronics and communications engineer are vast in India, both in the public and private sector, which can be listed as:

  1. An ECE student can apply for Indian Engineering Services (IES). Provides first-class work in Govt. management and within 6-7 years of experience, a person can easily achieve a good position
  2. One can go for the Indian railway sector jobs as it offers many benefits. For this, you need to score the special class rail apprentice exam or the Railroad Recruitment Board (RRB) exam and the other rail entrance exams.

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The job opportunities for an electronics and communications engineer are vast in India, both in the public and private sector, which can be listed as:

  1. An ECE student can apply for Indian Engineering Services (IES). Provides first-class work in Govt. management and within 6-7 years of experience, a person can easily achieve a good position
  2. One can go for the Indian railway sector jobs as it offers many benefits. For this, you need to score the special class rail apprentice exam or the Railroad Recruitment Board (RRB) exam and the other rail entrance exams.

One person can go to multiple central PSUs such as:

BEL - VLSI and embedded systems

HAL - Integrated Systems

ECIL - PCB Design

AAI - RADAR and antennas

BSNL, MTNL- IT Network and Security, Telecom

Powergrid, Railtel: IT security and networks

NTPC - Managerial

BPCL, IOCL, ONGC, IOCL, HPCL, GAIL - Management

BHEL- Integrated Systems and IT

BDL- Embedded Systems, VLSI and Automation

SAIL, CIL, NMDC - Manager

NPCIL - Managerial

Other central government jobs for an ECE engineer include:

  1. ISRO: VLSI, IT (networks) and radar
  2. DRDO: embedded systems, VLSI and automation
  3. BARC- Nanotechnology
  4. NIELIT: information security, VLSI and auditing
  5. BIS - Audit
  6. Prasar Bharati - Telecom
  7. Engineering Service - Manager
  8. DGQA - Audit
  9. CEERI, Pilani - VLSI and microwave
  10. SAMEER- VLSI and microwave
  11. RAW, Cabinet Secretary - Crypto
  12. NAL, CSIO (CSIR Labs) - Research

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Central government jobs with five work days a week

  1. ISRO: VLSI, IT (networks) and radar
  2. DRDO: embedded systems, VLSI and automation
  3. BARC- Nanotechnology
  4. NIELIT - Information security, VLSI and auditing
  5. BIS - Audit
  6. Prasar Bharati - Telecom
  7. Engineering Service - Manager
  8. DGQA - Audit
  9. CEERI, Pilani - VLSI and microwave
  10. SAMEER- VLSI and microwave
  11. RAW, Cabinet Secretary - Crypto
  12. NAL, CSIO (CSIR Labs) - Research

Central (semi-governmental) PSUs with six working days a week

  1. BEL - VLSI and embedded systems
  2. HAL - Integrated Systems
  3. ECIL - PCB Design
  4. AAI - RADAR and antennas
  5. BSNL, MTNL- IT networki
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Central government jobs with five work days a week

  1. ISRO: VLSI, IT (networks) and radar
  2. DRDO: embedded systems, VLSI and automation
  3. BARC- Nanotechnology
  4. NIELIT - Information security, VLSI and auditing
  5. BIS - Audit
  6. Prasar Bharati - Telecom
  7. Engineering Service - Manager
  8. DGQA - Audit
  9. CEERI, Pilani - VLSI and microwave
  10. SAMEER- VLSI and microwave
  11. RAW, Cabinet Secretary - Crypto
  12. NAL, CSIO (CSIR Labs) - Research

Central (semi-governmental) PSUs with six working days a week

  1. BEL - VLSI and embedded systems
  2. HAL - Integrated Systems
  3. ECIL - PCB Design
  4. AAI - RADAR and antennas
  5. BSNL, MTNL- IT Network and Security, Telecom
  6. Powergrid, Railtel: IT security and networks
  7. NTPC - Managerial
  8. BPCL, IOCL, ONGC, IOCL, HPCL, GAIL - Management
  9. BHEL- Integrated Systems and IT
  10. BDL- Embedded Systems, VLSI and Automation
  11. SAIL, CIL, NMDC - Manager
  12. NPCIL - Managerial

Those mentioned above are some of the most famous government organizations that recruit ECE graduates from time to time.

There are several other state / central government organizations that hire ECE engineers.

If you have a PhD, you can join any CFTI as an assistant professor.

An electronic engineer will have to work in the control and instrumentation (c & i) department at NTPC. It is not a basic electronics job. Most of the time, engineers will perform work related to SCADA system (such as maintaining various networks and related software such as maxdna) or instrumentation (such as keeping RTDs, thermostats, pressure switches, transducers and sensors, etc.) in order.
One can master all aspects of the job in 2/3 years. Thereafter, it is very repetitive in nature. The pay scale and other perks are great at NTPC, a high degree of professionalism can also be found during

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An electronic engineer will have to work in the control and instrumentation (c & i) department at NTPC. It is not a basic electronics job. Most of the time, engineers will perform work related to SCADA system (such as maintaining various networks and related software such as maxdna) or instrumentation (such as keeping RTDs, thermostats, pressure switches, transducers and sensors, etc.) in order.
One can master all aspects of the job in 2/3 years. Thereafter, it is very repetitive in nature. The pay scale and other benefits are great at NTPC, a high degree of professionalism can also be found during hours of real need. However, the worst aspect of the job is posting to remote locations for a very long duration and job profile stagnation.
Regarding ONGC, the publications are in better locations and the transfer policy is more flexible. Benefits, allowances, and pay scale are slightly better than NTPC. But when it comes to work, it's a very specialized one, like NTPC.

All NTPC plants are ultra-modern, equipped with various electronic equipment. Therefore, electronic engineers must play an important role in the maintenance and operation of plants. NTPC also has an independent communication department that operates and maintains the communication network. Therefore, the electronics and communications engineer can be assigned any of the responsibilities. In addition, you may also be assigned other jobs after a short training, depending on the requirements.

It is primarily a management job. You have good job security, salary and lifestyle. You only need the knowledge to pass the GATE exam. Someone told me that at PSU it gets boring if you have a thirst for knowledge, but I disagree, as you can take that opportunity to pay attention to other fields that you like.

If you are really interested in electronics, I advise you to do Mtech at IIT or MS abroad.

If you join NTPC as a Diploma Apprentice, it doesn't matter what your branch is. You are receiving training as a power engineer, that is, you have to study everything related to the power plant.

After the training is completed, the post is dependent on vacancies in various departments, which means the post may or may not be related to your branch. There are so many people whose branch is electrical but who work as mechanical engineers. Generally, candidates from the ECE branch are placed in the C&I Operation and Maintenance Department.

Initially, the hiring of telecommunications and instrumentation people was carried out for the control and instrumentation department (central department), but now, due to the new job rotation policy, they are putting them into shift operation in most of the power plants (depends from one plant to another).

After a year of experience and with a little luck, you can land in the c and i department.

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