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Many opportunities after completing B.Tech (ECE): RVS Prof. N. Roy Chowdhury

Jamshedpur, July 2: With admissions round the corner, activities of the engineering colleges of the state are conspicuously visible wooing the aspirant students through informal counseling though within next few days from now admission counseling by the State Academic Council will begin.

Talking about the scope of various discipline of engineering, Prof. Nirmalendu Roy Chowdhury, Head of the Electronics and Communication Engineering, RVS College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur who is also the Head, Training & Placement Department since 2008 categorically stated that though Mechanical Engineering is the choice of the major students but it is the Graduate in Electronics & Communication Engineering who fetches the most of the coveted jobs at the RVS Campus Drive.

Out of the total eligible candidates, students of ECE Department corner more than 65% of the jobs and this is the history since inception.

He also said that the scope of research in Electronics domain that there are large number of Laboratories established by Defense, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, Autonomous body, and to name few of them are Solid State Physics Laboratory, National Physical Laboratory, Physical Research Laboratory, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, Council of Scientific & Instruments Organization, Defense Electronics Application Laboratory, All India Radio, Doordarshan, Space Application Centre, ISRO, BARC, C DOT and many more.

To a specific question, why he thinks ECE is a better option of study, he emphatically said that job opportunities are much more.

Besides research, and pursuing higher studies or taking the Indian Engineering Services Exam, GATE etc., the students of ECE are preferred lot in IT sector too. Even those ECE graduates who later desire to enter Bio- medical field, electronics base is best suited.

With the advent of mobile technology, internet and related communication service sector job potential over the years has tremendously increased for graduates in Electronics & Communication Engineering.

True to the saying Electronics is omnipresent; no household is without it, so like, think of railways, airways, communication it is all Electronics Engineering. How do you rate your college, RVSCET?

Amongst the private Management College, RVSCET is undoubtedly, simply the best. To my opinion, no college can match our infrastructure, teaching pedagogy, faculty, hostels, sundry facilities and above all the conducive environment for learning, practicing and for holistic growth of one’s own persona.

Any message? Well, if any student joins Electronics & Communication Engineering and has inclination for study, I have trust in our craftsmanship, after four years the student will leave the campus with a beaming smile and be the pride of the parents.

The state Chief Minister, Raghubar Das, while inaugurating the ‘Marine Drive’ at Jamshedpur on Saturday, 27th June, expressing his thanks to Tata Group, requested TCS to set up Software Development Centre in Jharkhand so as to help the state to become a ‘Software Hub’ and also prevent exodus of talents to other states.

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