Asalam walekum,i am studying applied electronics and instrumentation engineering.i wish to settle in dubai.are there much job oppurtunities?can i get enough salary?any help will be greatly appreciated.thanks.
i would like to settle in dubai.any help will be greatly appreciated.
I want to know that what career chances are available after the instrumentation engineering? is the degree is good or not as the view of job?
I am a student in my Final year of instrumentation engineering from the university of mumbai. I wish to have a career at sea as an engineer. What possible options do i have?
My background is chemical engineering with a diploma in mechanical engineering from a well reputed Canadian university . I did not find a break in process engineering thus far and I was doing instrumentation engineering for a year and found it quite boring.
I decided to take a job as a construction engineer starting this month. I realize its a very civil sort of direction to my career and would be involved with the oil and gas sector (something I like) as opposed to instrumention where I was involved with the mining industry.
I am wondering what is the scope if I were to focus my career in construction engineering/estimating. What would be the pay scale down the road, growth and finally easy employability.
If it is possible then where can he find that? could you mention any companies looking for an electronics and instrumentation engineer?
I am in my First year of instrumentation engineering and wanted to know about career in instrumenation engineering?
HI all My friend is looking out for a job in hyderabad he is in instrumentation engineering with 3 years of experience as he got married he is shifting to Hyderabad and he want a job in hyderabad his current employer cannot move to hyderabad so he is planning to move to a different company with the same post.
Please suggest the consultancy contact details so that I can help him out to get a job in hyderabad.
I being an Instrumentation engineer of 4+ yrs of exp in automation/DCS/PLC commissioning, now want to change my domain totally into Networking. Will doing the CCNA certification help me in this, and how good are the opportunities in getting a job in this profile in a good company?
Companies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro and CTS recruit mechanical, chemical, instrumentation and electrical engineers for IT jobs. Is this action justifiable? These engineers are recruited from top notch colleges and are deployed to non-innovative and dull jobs where the income to the project/ companies are purely based on the head count. Why wouldn't those companies stick on to the "core" IT/ Computer Science jobs rather than SPOILING the beautiful lives of thousands of aspiring engineer and making them work on some cheap non-engineering jobs?
I took admission to a Govt. Polytechnic in Electronics and Instrumentation engineering branch through Lateral entry in 2 nd year directly. Hence, I want to know in which PSUs in India, I can apply for job, as I am a 2year Diploma holder instead of 3year duration ? For your kind information I got chance sit for Lateral entry as I completed 10+2 level Vocational education & training from WBSCVE&T.
Hi..all anyone in Instrumentation Design answer this pls.. i worked in
power plant and cement plant sites as instrumentation engineer..,3yrs exp
working in sites is realy tough so i want to come for office job
like Design Engineer in Instrumentation in EPC companies..
how to get into this field pls answer..as if now i have applied for lot
of companies doing EPC but there is no response...?
I am instrumentation engineer.i have no work experience of aviation industries. can i get job there? if yes then how? please give me details.
I am 2007 passed out instrumentation engineer 2nd class. Now i am working as lecturer decided to switch over to industries. Can you some information or job related details.
As im an instrumentation engineer, i wud like to go abroad and work. what shud i do for that first. help me pls
I'm studying a HNC at the moment, hopefully moving on to an engineering degree in a few years time. When I first left school I wanted to become an electrician, when completing the level 3 certificate, I thought that I might as well try out electrical engineering, the thing I didn't like about electrical installation was that many of the people doing it were constantly negative, they'd always complain. It kind of seems that, if I were to work as an electrician, I'd become like them. Ever since I've been on this higher education course (HNC Electrical Engineering), I've enjoyed it much more, the people seem smarter and much more positive. However I'm not sure which subdiscipline to go into.
I like the idea of telecommunications engineering, control engineering and instrumentation engineering.
Power Engineering is dealing with very high voltage, i'm generally an anxious person so I think that knowing I could could get a huge electric shock would make me very nervous.
Telecommunications Engineering is apparently a good career to choose as it is in demand, we will always need telecommunications, I'm not sure what the work would be like though, I haven't learnt much about it yet as I'm in my first year.
I enjoy using computers, I'm interested in programming, I want to use my electrical knowledge in combination with programming, I enjoy solving complex problems, I'd like a career that would allow progression, because I know that I'm prepared to work very hard at something I will enjoy. Also I'd like to be highly paid, but I think that's just as important as enjoying the job.
I have recently finished my apprenticeship in control and instrumentation engineering at british energy in england, i have been travelling for the last 6 months in the far east. i have a job ready to go back to, an offshore company in england, but i would like to work further affield. i dont mind where exactly or what hours, or length of time offshore.
Which companies were ready to give job vacancy for electronics and instrumentation engineering?
Hello anyone working as an instrumentation and control engineer!!
I am a first year student majored in instrumentation and control engineering! I really want to know how is instrumentation and control engineer's role in the real life!!
Your answer means so much to me. Thank you.
If i had a Degree of one of them . . what type of jobs could i get that pays very good?
PS - some were like Dubai i'd like to work!
I am in the final year of my B-TECH in electronics and instrumentation engineering. I want to pursue MBA after 2-3 years. My father runs a firm. Is it okay if i also take part in his firm and run it and use it as my job experience? please suggest me regarding dis, because i heard that we can't work in our own firm/company. Is that true?