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Paritosh i will suggest you to first try for engineering( B.TECH and M.TECH). Because they will give you better job opportunities. If not then you can try for short term course like CCNA, CCNP from any one of institute like Jetking, IIHT, e.t.c. But my suggestion will be to atleast complete your graduation( engineering preferrable). The short term courses are good but they can't take place of engineering. First decide which way you want to go then give me reply so that i can give you name of institute....
Hi Samrat,

Considering the significance of petrol, oil and gas in our daily life, there is a great demand of efficient petroleum engineers. Petroleum engineers are generally hired in the places where the availability of oil and gas is the highest. Numerous vacancies are there in public and private sector, for petroleum engineers.

Chemical engineers can seek jobs in areas such as manufacturing industries, food processing industries, chemical process industries such as fertilizer, pesticides, specialty chemicals, dyes, dyestuff, paint and lubricants. Candidates with an additional management degree are sought by private industries. In the government sector, chemical engineers are employed to solve environmental problems such as waste and water treatment, on energy sector such as energy conservation and research on alternate energy sources and health-related research projects, defense establishments and atomic power plants.

Automobile Engineers an work with service station, private transport companies, automobile manufacturing industries and defense services. One can also opt for the option of self-employment in setting up automobile garages or maintenance of workshops.

Now its upto you to for which one to opt.

All the best....
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Going by your interest keep electronics engineering as first option . You can keep instrumentation as second.Electronics engineers play an important role in their designing, fabrication, maintenance, supervision and manufacturing of electronic gadgets and equipments used in entertainment, media, hospitals, homes and industries.
To become an electronics engineer one needs to have a degree in electronics engineering (BE / B.Tech) or must have passed the AMIE (Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers) in electronics or Graduate membership Examination of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers or at least a diploma in Electronics Engineering. The basic eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

Electronics engineers can find employment both in private sector and public sector units like All India Radio, Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, National Physical Laboratories, AIR, Civil Aviation Department; Post and Telegraph Department; Co-ordination Department, National Physical Laboratory, Bharat Electronics Limited, Development Centers in various States etc. dealing in manufacture, sales and services of electronics consumer goods and appliances. Electronics engineers are demanded in the entertainment transmission industry, research establishments, and defense. They can also opt for teaching and research in engineering colleges. For holding of a gazetted post in government one needs to clear the Engineering Service Examinations, which are held annually by the U.P.S.C or S.P.S.C.

And please taking up career decision has nothing to do with death and life . Don't be so anxious . Everything will happen . You need to do hard work in right direction.Feel free to ask further question....
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