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I'm going to study b.tech ECE what exams i want to write to get job easily in government as well as private. And what jobsnare offered

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I want to know what is d benefit of my studies and to devlope my future plans..pls answer as soon as possible... #engineering #jobs #career-choice

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Ld’s Answer

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Hi Latika, I'm sorry, but I'm not familiar with that program and things may be a bit different in the US than in India. But I see no one has answered you yet and I'd like to at least make a recommendation. Whatever you end up studying, do well with it. It sounds like ECE will allow you to work in a few different sectors, so that means you will have some flexibility in developing your career. I encourage you to think of your career as a series of steps, not just one big one. You may change jobs within a few years; this is completely normal. Be willing to learn new aspects of your field. Also, be willing to learn things that are unrelated to your field: this will greatly enhance your versatility and hire-ability. I hope this helps, and I wish you kindness and the best of luck!

thank you so much sir..!!! i'll do well...thanks for ur care..!! Lathika B.
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Siddhartha’s Answer

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Hi Lathika,

It's good to know that you are currently pursuing your B.Tech in Electronics and Communication. There are a lot of options for you to choose from depending on your interest and college.

More than 90% of the engineers end up in IT sector in India, so if that is your area of interest, you can start learning coding skills and improving aptitude and logical reasoning. This will assist you in clearing the interviews for IT giants like TCS, Infosys and others.

If you want to make use of your B.Tech (ECE) degree, you can prepare for GATE exam. This will be your ticket to post graduation.
Moreover, you might want to get a management degree (MBA) if your interest lies in Sales, Marketing, Finance and Managerial roles.
Study hard and enjoy your college life!

Good luck!

#career #career-development #career-path #engineering
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广阔’s Answer

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Hello, you have to study hard, in order to better understand the process, looking for a job in the future, to better find a job.
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