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Q: I am about to select a major in engineering and would like to know the best major to select in order to excel in Nanotechnology. I hear that Nanotechnology holds enormous promise and can be helpful in areas from cleansing the air to treating bacterial infections. What schools, domestic and international, would you recommend?
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Q: What are the opportunities in industry for holders of a Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree in Electronics and Telecommunications (E&TC) Engineering or Electronics (EC) Engineering?

The degree titles mentioned in the question appear to follow the system used in India, and we decided to answer this question by looking at what Indian universities that offer E&TC and EC degrees say about the career paths that degree holders are likely to face.

It is relevant to mention that E&TC and EC graduates are often the groups most sought-after by employers of graduates from electrical engineering programs in India.

Here is what the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at the Maharashtra Academy of Engineering in Pune(>) says about career prospects of E&TC graduates:

"Power generation, wireless communications, robotics and computer multimedia are just some examples of complex systems that require the knowledge and skills that form the basis of modern Electronics Engineering. It is often the public perception that technology solves problems, but it is actually the skill and ingenuity of the engineer that is the real driving force. It is this skill and ingenuity coupled with the technical knowledge that leads to the great range of career paths open to our graduates."

The department then provides examples of student placement in various corporations, including IBM, Cisco, Accenture, TCS, Cognizant, Satyam, KPIT Cummins, HSBC, Mahindra-British Telecon, Tata Technologies, Videocon, and Wipro. A number of students continued to graduate studies in India and in other countries.

Similar lists are available from other institutions. For example, on the list of SSCET (Bhilai Chhattisgarh) we find employers of E&TC engineering graduates that include Microsoft, Mahindra British Telecom, Gajra Bevels, Emerald Industries, Impetus, TCS, Gajra Gears, PCS, Oracle, Hughes Software, KanBay, Wipro, CSC, Onida, Bharati Telenet, Infosys, HCL, L&T, Sara Infosystem, IBM, CDAC, Hero Honda, JK Industries, Kirloskar, Maruti, and HP. Some graduates were also employed by the Indian Army.

Overall the emerging picture is of a vibrant and heterogeneous job market, where E&TC and EC graduates can choose to work for transnational conglomerates or for small local enterprises. Following global trends, some of the jobs are in non-traditional fields such as finance, and many emphasize the software writing and system engineering skills of graduates, not their knowledge in electromagnetics and circuits.


General description of careers in Electrical Engineering is available on our own site here:

Additional information can be found on the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center page, here:

In addition, please see our answer to a related question here

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Q: I have a B.E. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from an Indian institute. At present I am working In New Delhi, India as a VLSI front-end design engineer. I wish to pursue MS degree in the USA in the area of Automated Intelligent control Systems, Telerobotics, and Avionics.
Could you please suggest some universities in the USA which have a strong research in these areas?

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Q: I am from India, currently enrolled in the final year of an undergraduate engineering program. I would like to pursue studies toward a Master of Science degree in the United States. How would I go about it? Should I take the GRE? When should I take the exam? When does the typical academic year start there?
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Q: I live in the State of Maharashtra (Pune city) in India, and am currently enrolled in a high school there. When I graduate from high school I will have completed my HSC (12th Grade exam).

I have two questions:

(1) Do you know what the minimum requirements are from each Indian State or high school affiliation for university admission in Computer Science or Computer Engineering? If so, what is the minimum cutoff for a person who has completed his/her HSC exam in Pune, Maharashtra?

(2) What are the minimum academic, as well as non-academic, requirements for a graduate of a high school in India to be admitted to a US university for undergraduate studies in Computer Science or Computer Engineering?

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Q: I plan to be working with embedded systems in the future. What course of studies should I choose � computer engineering or electronics engineering? I reside in Mumbai, India.
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Q: I write from Bangalore, India. I study toward a diploma in Mechanical Engineering and wish to join later a part time Bachelor of Engineering program. Can this be done in either one of the following locations; Bangalore, Chennai, and Ajmer?
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Q: I write from the state of Maharashtra in India. I have a choice of studying for a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Telecommunication in one of two colleges. The first is located 5 minutes away from my house. The second is Sardar Patel College of Engineering (SPCE), one of the best in Mumbai. However, if I go to SPCE, I will need one hour daily to commute there.

Once I earn the B.E. degree I want to do graduate-level work in aerospace engineering or work in the aerospace industry (either in India or in North America).

Which of the two colleges should I choose?

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Q: Let me please know the potential of Nanotechnology education, and the list of universities offering Masters and Doctoral degree in Nanotechnology.
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Q: I consider several undergraduate programs available in my country with the intent of doing research (and possibly some graduate work) later in the area of nanotechnology in Japan.

I have two questions:

(1) Would it be better for me to study chemical engineering or electrical engineering as an undergraduate?

(2) What are some of the institutions that do nanotechnology research in Japan?

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