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Tell some website for students studying electronics and instrumentation engineering for reference(like jobs,projects,career)

Asked by BASKARA SETHUPATHY, 20 Apr '09 07:31 pm
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I reproduce below the relevant web page which contains all the information required .Hope it helps you all.
career option- Electronics Engineering - job prospects
Job Prospects & Career Options. Job Prospectus. An electronics engineer can get a job in Central Government, State Governments and their sponsored ...
www.webindia123.com/career/options/eng/electro/data/career.h tm - 52k - Cached - Similar pages
career option- Electronics Engineering
Job Prospects & Career Option : An electronics engineer can get a job in Central Government, State Governments and their sponsored corporations in public ...
www.webindia123.com/career/options/eng/electro/intro.htm - 54k - Cached - Similar pages
CBSE Guess > Education > Career Options > Electronics Engineering ...
An electronics engineer can get a job in Central Government, State Governments and their sponsored ... Eligibility Job Prospects and Career Options ...
www.cbseguess.com/education/career_options/job_prospects_and _career_optio ...more
Answered by radhikamruta, 20 Apr '09 07:40 pm

 
  
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Maybe a very straight answer.
Man you are a student and it is you job to search for books, notes, material......and you are asking this question in qna instead of using that time in searching by yourself.........stop burdening your work on others....if you want to be a responsible person in future.
Answered by Google Maharaj, 20 Apr '09 07:35 pm

 
  
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