What is the most suitable government job for BTech ECE graduates?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Noemi Lambert



What is the most suitable government job for BTech ECE graduates?

Having a background in Electronics and Communication, you have various government job options. You can always write the GATE test and you can apply for the PSUs like in IOCL, SAIL, GAIL, BHEL, etc.

Apart from the PSUs, you always have the option of taking the banking exams, railways exam, Upsc and ssc exams.

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I am not going to tell any fairy tales about career options for ECE as there are tough competitions in the EC sector for jobs, but there is some hope that the core of the EC is alive because so many are being established semiconductor industries in India. Apple is also establishing its own semiconductor industry in Bengaluru. Ok, now you can have these options after ECE's btech-

Regarding the subjects, you have options such as

  • VLSI
  • Signal processing
  • Image processing
  • Robotics
  • Embedded systems
  • Telecommunications: wireless, satellite, etc.
  • Control systems

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I am not going to tell any fairy tales about career options for ECE as there are tough competitions in the EC sector for jobs, but there is some hope that the core of the EC is alive because so many are being established semiconductor industries in India. Apple is also establishing its own semiconductor industry in Bengaluru. Ok, now you can have these options after ECE's btech-

Regarding the subjects, you have options such as

  • VLSI
  • Signal processing
  • Image processing
  • Robotics
  • Embedded systems
  • Telecommunications: wireless, satellite, etc.
  • Control systems

Search for companies with the domain you like on Google.

ECE is a branch that allows you to explore your interests. You can always change your branch in your teachers depending on what you like.

If you are asking about careers you can undertake after your basic engineering, you may choose to

  • Mastery in a specific branch: This is when you are really on the subject and have a need to learn more about that subject. So, you can go for
    • MTech - You must take GATE as many psu are getting GATE scores and the IIT / NIT also offer GATE master's degrees.
    • MS in a foreign country - you will have to take GRE / IELTS / TOEFL, etc.
  • Management - Suppose you are really fed up with engineering and want to change your transmission, you can proceed with this. Engineering with a management degree is a really good combination.
    • CAT / GMAT / XAT
  • Administrative exams such as UPSC / Banking
  • There is also the Indian Engineering Service IES (although the limit is quite high).

    Suppose you no longer want to study and want to work, then opt for IT. Work experience teaches you a lot and all your interests can change. Learn some languages ​​like python, java or php or you can also learn about Android development. Work experience will give you time to think, rediscover your interests, and correctly set your priorities.

Have a great future and drop your inquiries in the comments if there are any.

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