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Scope and opportunities for Electronics  & Communication Engineering.

Scope and opportunities for Electronics & Communication Engineering.

April 20, 2019

One of the major engineering fields that are responsible for the development of electronic devices like Television, Computers, Telephones, and other useful electronic gadgets is ECE. For the simplification and perfection of human efforts, ECE engineers have contributed cutting edge technology and also made several electronic devices. From these contributions, one can say that this branch of engineering has a long way to go.

 

The ECE engineers work for transmission of information across channels like coax cable or optical fiber. They also design equipment such as routers, fiber optics and electronics switching systems for the transmission channels.

 

Today, an electronics and communication engineer works in the fabrication and designing of electronic components and gadgets for the sectors like hospitals, computers, electronic data processing systems for communication, defense, etc. These engineers work with optical fibers, microprocessors & microcontrollers, solid-state devices, antennas, signals, etc. Electronics and communication engineering is a forever growing branch where highly skilled professionals get lucrative job opportunities. As the ECE branch has computer programming in its curriculum, the ECE engineers have the chance of working as programmers or software developers in the software industry.

 

The intersection of electronics and communication and other engineering branches in the fields of satellite communication, mobile communication, power electronics, and digital telecommunication have created a pool of opportunities for ECE engineers. Their services are required vehemently in the manufacturing firms, MNCs, Research Industry, Government Offices, Army, Air Force, Navy, and Consumer Electronics Manufacturing Industry.

 

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The research industry demands the services of ECE engineers for managing large scale research, designing, conceptualizing, developing and testing of the latest electronics and communication devices. They are needed most in the research and development (R&D) departments for the smartphones, smart wrist-watches, tablets, processors, smart LED televisions. Overall, the services of ECE engineers fall in the bracket of planning and strategizing for development and manufacture, executing testing processes, supporting the research activities with the relevant framework of understanding and at the end releasing the excellent product.

 

As par to the job descriptions, a bachelor of electronics and communication engineering can hold the following designations

 

Electronics Engineer – The work of an electronics engineer involves in developing and manufacturing of electrical equipment like electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems and power generation equipment. The emergence of electronics firms in India has created vacancies for electronics engineers. The firms also need to meet the needs of their customers for which they hire ECE engineers almost every day.

 

Communication EngineerTo ensure smooth functioning of communication and network, ECE engineers work in the domain of communications, networking, and broadcast and transmission systems area.

 

Electronics Design & Development EngineerDesigning of circuits for various electronic equipment is one of the many career choices for ECE engineers. Working in this position ensures high career growths and gives new dimensions of career choices for ECE engineers.

 

Desktop Support Engineer – Most of the IT firms and non-IT firms require desktop support engineers to provide assistance and service to the customers. By joining such firms, ECE engineers have the guarantee of lucrative career opportunities.

 

System Control Engineer – Designing and testing are the two main works of system control engineer. The engineers have a high chance of fascinating career growths like technical supervisors, system control managers, etc.

 

While we have discussed the job profiles for ECE engineers, let’s have a look into the recruiting firms of this branch. Some of the topnotch public and private firms like DMRC, Siemens, Motorola, Intel, Texas Instruments, BEl, ISRO, DRDO, Accenture, Wipro, HCL Technologies, Samsung, Tech Mahindra, nVidia, Infosys, Conexant, MTNL, AIR, BSNL, Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, Railways, Bharat Electronics Limited, BEL, Bhel, Ashok Leyland, Godrej and Boyce, HPCL, IOCL, John Deere, L&T Construction, Mahindra and Mahindra, NHPC, ONGC, Punj Lloyd, Reliance, SAIL etc. hire skilled ECE engineers every year. According to the Bureau Labor of Statistics (BLS), there is a possibility of 7 percent growth in engineering jobs percent by 2026. If you are thinking to pursue electronic and communication engineering after completing 10+2, then you are on the right career track.

 

Courtesy: Higher Education Review 

 

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