There are various jobs in the market for electronics and communication engineering which are of high demand and various industries are looking for ECE engineers who can assist them in latest technologies. Due to day by day technology advancements, the requirement of the electronics engineers is on the rise.
As there is lot of programming in computer science so many people move from CSE TO ECE but vice versa is very less. A degree in Electronics & Communication is good for the students. It is one of the demanded branches in engineering.
There are lot many demanded sub branches of Electronics Engg like Embedded Systems which is the Combination of computer hardware and software, VLSI CHIP LEVEL DESIGN , IOT, ROBOTICS, etc. Choosing any of these branches can be the good choice it is a good job area that merges computer science and electrical engineering. This industry provides high salary job and better career option for Electronics Engineers, Electronics and Communication Engineer, Electronics Design & Development Engineer, Desktop Support Engineer, System Control Engineer.
Both CSE and ECE are equivalently good sector. To be precise ECE is better than CSE. Any branch that is integrated with electronics is named as an evergreen branch of engineering. Electronics engineers can do job in Bharat Heavy Electrical's Limited (BHEL), Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Wipro, HCL, ISRO, SYNTEL, WIPRO.
EEE involves electronics and electrical study while ECE involves study of electronics and some part of communications. In top level companies, demand of ECE is more, after completion of B.Tech in ECE branch students can get a job in Google and Microsoft, top level IT companies as well.ECE engineer can get Govt. jobs with high probability.
If you are good in communication and circuits ECE is a good choice. The scope of ECE is very high. You can join IT industry, airlines, telecommunication, etc. Indian armed forces also provides jobs for electronics and communication engineers. There are Plenty of Career Options in ECE after B.Tech. Electronics Graduates can go for any one sector. There are many sectors which provide them opportunity to enhance their skills. The average pay for an Electronics Engineer is Rs 1500 per hour. The average pay for an Electronics Engineer is Rs 3,50,000 per year.
The major qualities of ECE Engineer are Complex problem-solving skills, a methodical mind, Critical thinking, Strong interest in technology, Aptitude for maths, Communications skills, Strong IT skills, Time management and an ability to prioritise and plan work effectively.
Conclusion: The ECE Career will prepares you for a wide range of engineering study and career options like business, biomedical engineering, computer hardware, the aerospace industry, computer software, Nano-electronic chips, photonics, Nano-engineering, robotics and solar energy harvesting and so on.