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As a fresher it is always good if you get placed from college. When you have just passed out from college , you don' have experience on basis of which you can get job and there are very less chances that you know people who can help you in finding job . So campus placement is the best way for fresher to get job.You can also take help of company personnel where you have done some project or internship.Make a good resume and try to network with people in this field. You can also contact your alumni network for placement . You can search job through newspapers, job portals like naukri.com , monster.com, fresherworld.com, social networking site like LINKEDIN, APNA CIRCLE , recruitment consultants .You can also send your resume to company of this field.. If you get placed from college then lot of hard work of job search can be avoided .

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

Instrumentation engineers find jobs in various sectors including R&D units of public and private sector companies, heavy industries such as thermal power stations, steel plants, refineries, cement and fertilizer plants ,Chemicals, agrochemicals, petrochemicals, pesticides, insecticides, paper, polymers, , power generation, oil and gas fields (onshore and offshore), industri
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Hi,

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Hi,

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Hi Gowri,

Nanotech has great scope both in India and abroad. In fact it is stated the nanotech is going to be the FUTURE!

If you want to pursue studying nanotech there are many colleges in India that offer this course.

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Hi Samrat,
There are a few problems with doing Medical school (aka medical college) from USA, which are
1) Your need for 4 years of undergraduate studies before you can enter into a med school, as opposed to entering after 10+2 in India
2) And close to 250000-350000 US $ of expenses for medical school tuition.
So if you pursue medical college in India, it saves both the 4 years, and tons of money.
And of course you can further move to the US for your residency (post graduation), where you will get paid (more like a job)

If none of the above mentioned is a problem for you
Please feel free to respond, so that I am able to further guide you with the US Med School pathway.

And as far as preparing for PMT is concerned, the time is now, taking into consideration the competition we have.
It might take you roughly two years to secure a position in a good medical college.

I hope this helps.
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Check out Global Education Counsel. It is in mumbai and pune provides all information on study abroad, career counselling, entrance exams preparation like GRE, CAT, CET, GMAT, XAT, SAT, IELTS.
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Atleast learn how to pose a question properly- you have no sense of grammar or vocabularly. Also, this being a formal website, you should refrain from using informal or shortened words such as "bt" instead of "but".... ► Read more

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