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What Are The Jobs For M.sc. Electronics?

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Most occupations that require an M. Sc. In electronics are electronic engineering jobs. You will have a secure career because people who design, program, and repair electronics are in high demand everywhere. Companies that deal with electronics such as Apple, Microsoft, Dell, Sony, Samsung, Philips, and literally thousands more hire people with M. Sc. In electronics. These companies need people who can design, plan, build, and repair their products. Engineers for their products are in extremely high demand. The salary for people who graduate with a M. Sc. Is among the highest when compared to graduates of other subjects. If you can get a position in a good company, you have the potential of becoming a designer for new products.  People who design electronic products often have technical aspects to their personality, like an engineer. They also tend to have a creative side to their personality. Both of these traits are need to become an innovative person. Designers often determine the future progression of electronics.

If you want to pursue electrical work in other ways, you could try working for a job that wires electricity in buildings. In this profession with your degree, you have the potential for quickly becoming a supervisor. You can also get a government position in this field which provides more secure and steady employment. You won’t be making new and innovative products, but you will be helping people in a major way with their electricity.

With this type of degree, you are very hireable. You also have several career options. You go into design, invention, technical, managerial, or practical types of work. The average salary for electronic engineers is between $75,000 and $80,000 a year. You should never have trouble finding work. If you have this degree, you have a good place in the job market.
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Its an important note for all who is dreaming of doing  M.Sc in Electronics. Guys please don't go for masters in electronics. They say M.Sc electronics is equivalent to B.E, please don't believe it, you will have to suffer a lot so think once before you decide.
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Indian commented
Yes friend ... Its correct. Don go for it. Tfy BE or Btech in EEE or ECE. MSc is waste.
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Hi...sir
I did MSc(electronics)  from  osmaniya university with 57.8%.now iam doing job in media  sector as a broad cast engineer ,is any other oppertunities available with my percentage or any other any diploma course in electronics with ine year or six months duration  

  thanking you sir
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msc_ele answered
Doing msc electronics with vlsi or embedded specialization has good scope in pune and bangalore..
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Srikandan Nair answered
@friends

don't lose your hopes... You did msc electronics rite?, why can't you find a better job?
I agreed the openings are less. But still you have to express the knowledge. Create a job urself..
Me did msc electronics and I am working in bsnl. You have to try best rather than degrading the course. Openings are less but don't think course is waste.. Better luck to you alll...
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Msc electronics is a qualification of degree. It will not give job. You will try to lot of industries in the world. You can find out. If fails and then try to own idea business in basic electronics work like that homw application products and security products or electronics service equipments etc.
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Anonymous answered
Please, don't do MSC electronics, its not a professional course. You are not having many opportunities, and even if you have opportunities you have to compete with M.Tech students
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afsar khan answered
I have done msc electronics with good percentage from preston univ islamabad and also qualified Bsc in A grade now I am jobless I can not find correct job having this degree I want to ask sir what can I do now which is the better course for me now that I can get job or pl suggest that I grt admission in university for BE degree and which degree will be better for me
thanks
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What are the job openings for a fresher from M Sc electronics, with an aggregate of 68%?
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Guys iam also going to join msc ele on compulsion of my family...but iam confused on your answers....will the course useful for my future?
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Yes, what all above said is 100% correct. Plz don't go for M.Sc Electronics.
If you really passionate about that, after  M.Sc, You have to do M.Tech to full fill your enthu in electronics.Then only you can have a bright future.
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Please don't go to M.Sc. Electronics it's a waste. Job opportunity is directly dependant on the course, so from M.Sc. Electronics you get less opportunity in companies they said you are not technical, so we cannot hire you. 

Or if you have any references you might get job otherwise not. 

So if you do not get a job or opportunity from this course then obviously it's a waste to study. Time & money all are wasted...

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My self I m vinod.I   want to join in m.sc electronic..pls let me about  this courses,and jobs openings

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