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How I made my career in engineering - the challenges & successes


  Updated on : 25/01/2017

 by : Admin

Now almost a percentage of Science students after completing +2 try to make the shift to engineering. Yes, there parents and even the students themselves see a shining future against a career in engineering. I too saw many chances when I enrolled myself in the engineering colleges after cracking the entrance exam.Engineering career path is though not so smooth as it hears. People often people feel that doing engineering is easy as you have less pressure in your education and courses. But most are thinking wrong as there are bigger challenges to meet if you take up a career in engineering.1.       Working alone is tough during engineering. I was not habituated to work in the team, but during the engineering career path I got to learned it and in the professional life I finally got to apply and became a good team player.2.       A career in engineering also taught me that life is uncertain. You do not know what will happen next. But you need to follow your passion for connecting with the right person.3.       I learn about accountability that brought me results, if not during the engineering career path, but during my professional life.4.       Engineers are now overburdened work and in the earlier life, during the college day`s, they were so carefree. But in colleges, we are taught how to balance our personal and work life, but we intend to ignore it most of the days.So if you have chosen an engineering career path you do not need to worry as challenges which you face today can help you to become a great achiever in the professional life.demo

What does it mean to be a Quality Engineer?


  Updated on : 12/12/2016

 by : Admin

Now, that you are done with your 12th, you may wonder, what could be my next step to polish my career? Engineering is one of the sought after field to be precise that can give a boost to your future. Though there are different 'trademarked' fields and career in engineering, new trends are showing up that are creating quite a buzz. One such field is Quality engineer. When you take up this field, you work as a professional who knows the principles of service quality evaluation of a product, understands quality control and takes responsibility of the maximum customers satisfaction. When you take up this disciple, you need to do in-depth analysis of product manufacturing at different stages; this will improve the output quality and will benefit your company.Having a career in engineering, you have to work with production staff, departmental managers and suppliers that will ensure to ensure quality, aim to minimize the charges of reworking or waste & maximize customer satisfaction.What you need to study for a career in engineering?You need to complete your graduation in engineering first in science stream. Then, you can take up Quality engineering as your niche. For instance, in U.S. you can be CQE, Certified Quality engineer of you have a combination of 8 years of experience and a post-secondary education. After your join a company as Quality Engineer, you will analyze root problems and take proactive measures to eliminate quality issues and hence reduce the failure risks. There you have a bright scope to implement your knowledge and produce the refined product in the market. demo

What is the cut-offs of JEE Main Exam


  Updated on : 22/11/2017

 by : Admin

JEE or Joint  Entrance Exam Main is the most popular Engineering Entrance Exam. It is conducted to offer admissions to candidates in Undergraduate Engineering programmes in all the Engineering Universities and Colleges except NITs (National Institutes of Technology), IIITs (Indian Institutes of Information Technology). JEE Main exam is also the eligibility test for JEE Advanced which is the entrance exam to secure admissions in programmes which is offer by 16 IITs NITs and Indian School of Mines (ISM). The top 224,000 score holders in JEE Main are only eligible to apply for JEE Advanced exam. Every year, over 12 lakh candidates appear in this national level engineering entrance test. JEE Main Exam cut-offs are released after the JEE Main exam results are out. Cut-offs are made according to toughness of the paper, number of Candidates appeared for JEE Mains, and it varies from low to high. Cut-offs are also made to limit the admission. JEE exam generally are of moderate level still it is the toughest one in comparison to other Engineering Entrance Exam. Though the question pattern derives from 11- 12 level syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, still the questions goes upto the toughest  level. Nearly 10 to 11 lakh students appeared for the exam (though vary every year) almost every year where only nearly 20,000 candidates could clear the examination. As per the new eligibility, in order to be considered for admissions, candidates must secure either 75% aggregate marks (General Category) and 65% percent (Reserved Category) in the qualifying examination or they have to be in top 20 percentile in their respective class 12th/equivalent qualifying examination board.JEE Main Exam cutoffs for appearing in JEE Advanced, for the admission of NIT, IIT was for General category(81) students while the cutoff for OBC(49), SC(32), ST(27) and PwD (1)students, respectively. For further information, please contact our Experts.demo

Can Engineers get job in the news channels?


  Updated on : 28/01/2017

 by : Admin

Engineering is a versatile degree, and there are varieties of career in Engineering. The choice and the preference of the career pathways and the jobs for engineers depend on the personal preference, other than a career in engineering.There are many engineering graduates who choose to pursue an MBA degree and shift to the corporate world, while others can switch to other career options such as the career in the academia through pursuing advanced research degrees in engineering or pure science, banking, finance, management etc.There are also media related jobs for engineers that one can choose. However, one will need to be very passionate about the media industry. There are various types of jobs for engineers available at the news channel and these are mentioned below:News channel jobs for engineers can include shift editor, freelance producer, news editor etc. However, those who are looking especially for the engineering job, then there are some positions and one such engineering job is software engineering job position that the media houses are eager to hire the engineers for. One can also work as a reporter for news channels.There are varieties of postgraduate courses that can also pursue which are ideal for news channel jobs for engineers. Some of these post graduate courses are:·         Post graduate diploma in Journalism·         Post graduate diploma in mass communication·         MSc in Digital media engineering- one can pursue various types of career after completing this master’s degree such as developer, web application lead developer etc.·         Diploma in sound engineering- this is also another type of degree that one can pursue if they want to professionally work in the media niche.There are some types of jobs that are available in the area of television broadcasting, which is listed below:·         News anchor·         Sales manager·         Studio engineer·         Graphics artistWhichever career path the engineer wants to follow, they can easily do so, but before choosing a career in any field, including media industry, one should definitely be genuinely interested in the career, rather than the popularity of the career. The job will become more interesting if one is truly passionate about the job and it will not get treated as a 9-5 job if done with interest. demo

List of Engineering Entrance Exams apart from IIT JEE & AIEEE


  Updated on : 21/11/2017

 by : Admin

Engineering is one of the most demanding and favourite courses among the students specially after their 12thclass. It is one of the most sought career fields in India. There are lots of job opportunities which invites engineering students to join them. Engineering has various fields to study such as civil, IT, CSE, mechanical, mining, automobile, petroleum, etc. But to get admission into different Engineering colleges in India the candidates need to  clear ano of National/State/university level entrance exam. There are many entrance exams organized in India to give admission into various engineering programmes. Among all JEE examination is regarded as the toughest one. Beside JEE there are also other national, state level and university level engineering entrance examinations which are considered for admissions in top colleges of the country. The top entrance exams are listed as following:GATE GATE referred as Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. It is a national level engineering entrance exam organized by IITs & IISC rotationally.  It is a perfect gateway for those aspirants seeking admissions in postgraduate engineering courses offered by top colleges of the country. IIT JAM Joint Admission Test for M.Sc (IIT JAM) is a national level entrance test. It is managed by various IISc or IITs on rotation basis. After clearing this exam, candidates will get eligible for admissions M.Sc-M.Tech.ICAR AIEEA Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) conducts the AIEEA (All India Entrance Examination for Admission) examination. This examination is organized for admissions in UG, PG & doctoral programmes in the engineering, agriculture and other fields. Besides the above National Level examinations there are also many state level examination that are conducted for the engineering admission in different colleges and universities of the respective state. Some of the top and well known exams are: WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination )UPSEE ( Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination)UKSEE ( (Uttarakhand State Entrance Exam))TANCET ((Tamilnadu Common Entrance Test))REAP (Rajasthan Engineering Admission Process)Punjab JET (Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training, Chandigarh)OJEE (Odisha Joint Entrance Examination )MPPPT (Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board)KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) JKCET (Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test)There are also many University/college level examination being conducted in different parts of India for providing admission into different Engineering programmes. Some of such exam are listed below: BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology Engg. Entrance Exam)VITEEE (VIT University Engg Entrance Exam)SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination) AEEE (Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination )MU OET (Manipal University Online Entrance Test )LPU NEST (Lovely Professional University National Eligibility and Scholarship Test)SET (Symbiosis Entrance Test)KIITEE (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Exam)NIFTCUCET (Central Universities Common Entrance Test)demo

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