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What you want to do MBA/M.TECH has to be decided by the fact you want to do technical thing or management side of thing .
As for your current situation goes trying for MBA will be easy . First it does not require your knowledge of electrical concepts. There can be few question in admission interview . Second you have work experience but it is not in the field of engineering that you have done so it will be starting like fresher in job market . Call center experience and MBA will be better way for improving your career growth and career opportunities . I would have suggested you M.TECH but preparing for GATE exam will be difficult if you not clear with basics . even though GATE preparation make you go through concepts learnt in B.TECH , but if you are not sure then don't go for it . M.TECH is also good option but finally it is you have to do hard work . If by preparing for MBA exam you can get better result then go for it .
And be positive . There is nothing like loser . You are at least working . There are many who are not working even after completing their engineering . In every person's life there are setbacks . But to succeed you have to overcome these setbacks and all these negative feelings . You are still very young , have age on your side . If you will work hard then defenitely you will succeed .

You had appeared for both exam . So you would be knowing atleast which exam preparation can give you result . You already know both the exam pattern . You had to set goal and do hard work but has to be done smartly ....
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Yes , you can do course . Please visit for getting detail of course , eligibility , fees , almost everything. You are eligible for most of the course conducted there.

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is the premier R&D organization of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communications & Information Technology (MCIT) for carrying out R&D in IT, Electronics and associated areas. Different areas of C-DAC, had originated at different times, many of which came out as a result of identification of opportunities.
C-DAC, currently offers a variety of course options in Software technologies, Enterprise System Management (ESM), Geomatics, VLSI designs, Digital Multimedia, and the Programme for Advancing Computer Education - PACE. The PACE programme seeks to impart training in the language of the respective state.

Try for course according to our interest or if you want to upgrade skill in certain area. I will also suggest you to look for job opportunities simultaneously as you are B.TECh and there will be lot of companies ready to hire you . As you are B.TECh more than certificate program it is your conceptual clarity of B.TECH that will matter more .
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Join an internship in some company. Your knowledge will not increase as they will not teach you any thing academics but you will learn to use your existing knowledge to real use.

The only thing difficult is to find a place where they allow you to work. Companies usually have bad experience with students as they do not work seriously, so work hard, assure people that you will work and then actually work without taking off and be punctual.
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Dear Nikhil,

Students in the Medical Electronics Engineering Technology program dedicate their careers for saving lives by assisting doctors, nurses and patients A medical electronics engineer is the doctor of those equipments without which a real doctor or surgeon is helpless.

Its prospectus is good but a very narrow field basically concentrate on medical related equipment like ct scans etc..And another thing is students of other field like who did general electrical and electronics can be eligible for the job in medical electronics but will not be eligible for their jobs.

Scope of Medical Electronics Engineering :
Medical Electronics engineers develop devices and procedures that solve medical and health-related problems by combining their knowledge of biology and medicine with engineering principles and practices. Many do research, along with life scientists, chemists, and medical scientists, to develop and evaluate systems and products such as artificial organs, prostheses (artificial devices that replace missing body parts), instrumentation, medical information systems, health management and care delivery systems. Medical Electronics engineers also design devices used in various medical procedures, imaging systems such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and devices for automating insulin injections or controlling body functions. Medical Electronics is a specialised discipline that advances knowledge in Engineering and Medicine, through cross-disciplinary activities that integrates the Engineering sciences with the Biomedical Sciences and Clinical Practice.

All the Best...
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Prepare for engineering exam like - IITJEE, AIEEE e.t.c for B.TECH program which is of 4 years. You will get jobs in companies in the field on manufacturing television, mobile phone, oil, energy . Get admission in good college and you will definitely succeed if you work hard. wherever you work you will be part of team dealing with production, supervision, testing of different electronics items. It is a good course and had lot of job opportunities.... ► Read more
Hey man your words were really helping and I am interested in private sector, People are suggesting me to quit but I do have faith that I can score good My 6th sem was depressing as hell, dint clear a subject
7th sem student... thanks for the words tho ...
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Dear Student,
Since you are more interested in Research do try for Research jobs in medium and large organizations. You may state the reasons for low percentage in 12 th and Graduation while assuring them of your best efforts. Your sincerity and positive attitude will surely get you the desired job. Meanwhile, do brush up on the subject knowledge.Best Wishes
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You are in 3rd year . So you have enough time to work on your areas where you are lacking . Also try to take up good project or internship where you get lot of learning opportunities . Make good resume . network with your alumni , company personnel where you are taking up project/internship , also have good rapport with teachers.

There are lot of job opportunities for EC student .Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Intel, Samsung Electronics, Sony, Toshiba, Philips Semiconductors, Texas Instruments, LG Electronics, Nokia, AMD, CISCO, Nvdia, HP and IBM are leading companies hiring student from this field . You can get job in- entertainment, consumer electronics, consumer durables, transmission industry, research establishments, and specialized defense products like signaling equipments, radar control equipments.fields related to hardware & components and Networking and in the Telecom Sector ,mobile computing ,VLSI / Embedded System/digital signal processing e.t.c. Actually there are lot of opportunities and you also have good qualification .
What you need to do is to perform well in job interview or whatever their recruiting exam is. Work on things that you have learnt in your college , be confident, work on your communication skill , also on day of interview be prepared with necessary documents, and be properly dressed. See where you are lacking and work on it. Be flexible in terms of salary , relocation , work timing e.t.c. It will increase your chance of getting job . Emphasize on chance of learning that you will get in company . At the end of interview also ask 1 to 2 questions regarding company so that they will see that you have come after reading about company. Actually read about company before going for interview. If you don't know answer say no . There is no harm in it...
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Hi friend,

Generally it is good to have more than 65% throughout the career. But if it is slightly lesser, you should not worry much. Moreover you must focus on you B Tech marks, if it is more that 80%, it may overcome your past sins.
So, if you have 63.2% marks in 12th, still you have fair chance to take B Tch ( ECE) but try to score very good marks in you B Tech.

All the best...
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As you are an electronics student, you need to decide if you are interested in VLSI, Communication,Networking, DSP or Software area. Depending on your interests, you can choose your vertical, pick a project in that area and do your project work/internship to get bit more detailed experience and expertise. Getting a job in that area or getting into higher education would be easy that way... ► Read more

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