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What Degree To Opt For In Europe After Electronics Engg In India

What after Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (B.E)?

hello azhar,if you are really want to do your carrier in Electronics & Instrumentation , then you can search either Job in your core companies or if you are interested to go in software industries then there is also chances for candidates like you.and if you want to explore yourself with perspective technologies then just go for Masters in respective branch.if you get IIScs/IITs/NITs after getting good rank in GATE, then there is bright future for i’m putting some branches of Mtech/ME/ phd in which you choose to do yours masters.M.E. - Applied ElectronicsM.Tech. - Applied Electronics and InstrumentationM.E. - Communication EngineeringM.Tech. - Communication EngineeringM.E. - Communication SystemM.Tech. - Communication SystemsM.E. - Communication Systems EngineeringM.E. - Digital CommunicationM.Tech. - Digital CommunicationM.Tech. - Digital Electronics and CommunicationsM.Tech. - Electronic Instrumentation & Communication SystemsM.E. - Electronics and Communications EngineeringM.Tech. - Electronics and Communications EngineeringM.E. - Electronics and ControlM.E. - Electronics and Telecommunications EngineeringM.Tech. - Electronics and Telecommunications EngineeringM.E. - Electronics EngineeringM.Tech. - Electronics EngineeringB.Tech. - Electronics Product Design TechnologyM.E. - Power ElectronicsM.Tech. - Power ElectronicsM.E. - Power Electronics and DrivesM.Tech. - Power Electronics and Driveshope this will help you…

What are the Pros and Cons of Electrical Engineering?

I am a freshman at a community college right now. I am thinking about majoring in Electrical Engineering. I consider myself as good in physics, chemistry and math because i was getting okay grades in high school without studying much. Now that i put full effort into these subject, i should be able to do better. But looking at all the classes i have to take for this major to transfer to a UC, it seems very decieving. I want to know what are the good and bad about electrical engineering. Thank you for all of you that read this far.

Can an electronics engineering student go for a Master's in aerospace engineering?

Yes, it’s possible.In fact, there’s nothing to prevent a student with BSc in electronics engineering to study for MSc in aerospace engineering.But, keep in mind that there’s many different majors in aerospace engineering. You should choose a field of study which is continuation for electronics. In other words, it’s most likely that you will not be admitted to any mechanical major in aerospace engineering without appropriate background knowledge. You will not be able to graduate as well, because it’s almost impossible.There’s so many electronic and electrical engineering Jobs in aerospace industry. As far as I know, at least in Poland, electronic engineer can find a job in aerospace industry with ease. I do believe, it’s much easier than for aerospace engineer. In my opinion, aerospace engineering includes mechanical engineering, computer science and electronics. You have just basic knowledge in these fields. Studying electronics engineering, you are focused in this field from the beginning to the end.Try to find a master program which fits well to you. Don’t be desperate to get job at ISRO and don’t be fooled by rankings.Take Your time, take it easy and enjoy the life.All the best.

As an electrical and electronics engineer how can I go abroad (Europe) ? Which type of skill should I have?

Given that most European countries have a lack of qualified engineers in most technical fields, but mostly in electronics, you shouldn't have difficulty finding a job, provided you manage to get a work visa.Of course, given the current economic slump, times are not ideal for either foreign or domestic workers. But I'd say there might be a demand for someone working in industrial machinery electronics, as broad as that field is.

What is the best option for a Mechanical Engineer after a Bachelor’s in Engineering?

There are so many things you can do.But I will tell you first what not to do?Don’t do any higher education in India going for M.E/M.Tech or MBA, in India. If you want to take up a job in Industry your post graduation is almost useless 99%. You will regret this after 10 years of experience or more, which I am doing now. As far industry the number of years and the content of your experience and your achievements matter. 5 years down the line after you start work no recruiter will ever enter the educational area of your resume. It all matters only to entry into industry for the chance of campus interview whether you study in IIT or IIM and whether you are graduate/post-graduate. Later no one looks at it.If you are really interested interested in research then take GATE exam and get into premier institutes like IIT / NIT’s and sure pursue your PhD. Then you have to be clear that you are gonna start your career very late from rest of your friends. But MBA is a useless thing to do after engineering. It is a fashionable thing started few years back. But it is a baseless thing to do a technical under graduation and move onto a management career unless you found clearly engineering is not my thing and want to shift your career path from hardcore engineering.What to do?Instead of planning for a job plan for a career. To be very broad no matter what engineering you did two things are gonna rule the world from now.Energy - Alternative fuel sources, Electric carsWater - Water treatment, water structuresThis is gonna change the whole industrial world. Big oil companies are gonna lose their infrastructure and investments overnight which the oil barons are resisting and hiding to figure out how to save their ass.

Do I have any chance of doing an M.S in astrophysics after B.Tech in electronics and communication engineering?

Info:I am an astronomer doing direct PhD in astrophysics after B.Tech in Mechanical Engineeringg.Yes, in principle you can switch to astronomy after engg(I am answering in the context of PhD in Inida). in fact there are a lot of astronomers who have engg. degrees. But there is no clear cut answer, depends on a lot of factors like your preparation in phsics and maths , your prior experience in astrophysics. The following are options that come to my mind:Do a masters in Physics from JNU/DU/ Hyderabad or other universities where the allow engg. students to do masters. I am not sure IITs allow B.Tech students to do MSc physics through JAM(the JAM manual is very ambiguous).To go for PhD or Integrated PHD programs in places like TIFR, IUCAA etc, you might give JEST and the respective institute’s own exam. and TIFR GS Admissions are links to some of them. You can also check the previous year’s papers of TIFR exam to gauge the difficulty level. It is tougher of all the three options I have listed, but a direct one.Do projects (preferably during B.Tech) in astronomical institutes and that can create new opportunities for you in both India and abroad. I know few people who have done that.The following article(although written not in the Indian context) sheds a good light on how engineering students can switch to astronomy and the opportunities for them.Taking the leap from engineering into astronomyMy suggestion will be to talk to actual working astronomers about this.Best,Siddharth

Is being a journeyman electrician equivalent to having a bachelors degree?

depends on who looks at it this way. I for one, think a whole lot of BA's BS's are overrated. A trade is something you will use...... don't get me wrong, education is good, to be a journeyman you will get a lot of education, and in many cases make more than a gen bachelors too! I know...... I am a union trades journeyman, and I work with a lot of guys that also have useless degrees. They are making 70-100 a year in the trades and love it.

What r good MBA specialisations after mechanical engineering in core fields.?

I dont want Marketing, finance or HR like fields i want some technical field related specialization, core fields pls suggest me details of institutes offering these courses also.