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Monday, June 21, 2010

Career Option Aeronautical - Aerospace Engineering

Posted by AndhraColleges.com

Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering is one of the most challenging fields of engineering with a wide scope for growth. This field deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space exploration and defence systems. It specialises in the designing, construction, development, testing, operation and maintenance of both commercial and military aircraft, spacecrafts and their components as well as satellites and missiles. 

The specialisations includes in areas like structural design, navigational guidance and control systems, instrumentation and communication or production methods or it can be in a particular product such as military aircrafts, passenger planes, helicopters, satellites, rockets etc. Engineers may work in areas like design, development, maintenance as well as in the managerial and teaching posts in institutes. They find a very good demand in airlines, aircraft manufacturing units, air turbine production plants or design development programmes for the aviation industry. 

As an Engineer in Indian Air Force 
As an Engineer, you can soar into a rewarding and challenging career in the Indian Air Force. You can even join the Technical Branch in your final or pre-final year of engineering through the University Entry Scheme 

Flying Branch 
You are trained either as a Fighter pilot, or a Helicopter pilot, or a Transport pilot and are a part of various peace and wartime missions. 

As an engineer, you enter the Flying branch through the Air Force Academy. 
The following are the three modes of entry for engineers to join the Flying branch: 

Combined Defence Services Examination (CDSE) 
You can take the Combined Defence Services Examination (conducted by UPSC) to join the Flying branch of the Indian Air Force. Men can join the Air Force through this mode of entry and will be given a Permanent Commission.

Combined Defence Services Examination Pattern: 
It consists of three sections. It is of objective type with each section carrying 100 marks each. 

English- This section consists of questions based on synonms, antynoms, reading comprehension, spotting errors, ordering of sentences, ordering of words in sentences 

Elementary maths- This section consists of questions based on Algebra, Arithemetic, Geometry etc 

General Knowledge- This section tests the candidates knowledge in current affairs and General awareness 

National Cadet Corps 
As a senior division 'C' Certificate holder of the National Cadet Corps, you can apply to the Flying branch of the Indian Air Force. Men can join the Air Force through this mode of entry and will be given a Permanent Commission. Men & Women (Short Service Commission) with Term of Engagement of 14 Years with no extension 

Both men and women are eligible to apply for short service commission in the flying branch.” Short Service Commission in Flying branch is for 14 years with no extension. 

Eligibility: 
First Class ( min 60 % aggregate marks ) BE(Four years). 
Final Year students can also apply, provided they don’t have any backlog and min 60 % aggregate marks in the previous year/ semester. 

Advertisement Schedule :March and September Every Year 
Technical Branch 
As an officer in the Technical Branch, you would be in charge of some of the most sophisticated equipment in the world. 

You can apply for the Technical Branch via any of the two schemes listed below:

Direct Entry Scheme 
After you have completed your engineering, you can join the Technical Branch through the Direct Entry Scheme. Both men and women can use this mode of entry to apply to the Indian Air Force. 

Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics) 
Permanent / Short Service Commission 
As an Aeronautical Engineer in the Electronics stream, you will be responsible for the communication and signals required on the Air Force station. You will also be in charge of the execution of preventive maintenance and servicing of aircraft. With further in-service training, you could also move to the repair and overhaul divisions of the Indian Air Force. 

Eligibility criteria: BE / B.Tech in Electronics / Telecommunication / Electrical / Electrical Communication / Electronics & Communication / Instrumentation / Computer Science & Engineering or a combination of these subjects. Or B Tech in Radio Physics and Electronics / Optics and Opto Electronics 

Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical) 
Permanent / Short Service Commission 
After you join the Indian Air Force as an Aeronautical Engineer in the Mechanical stream, you could be placed at a position that requires you to be involved with preventive maintenance and servicing of aircraft or of common user and specialist application vehicles. You could also be involved in the safety and maintenance of firearms and ammunition at an Air Force Base. 

Eligibility: BE / B.Tech in Aeronautical / Mechanical / Production / Industrial Production 
Entrance Test: If your have applied to the Technical Branch you will be required to appear the Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). 

EKT: Engineering Knowledge Test is a common test aimed at testing basic Engineering knowledge of the candidates.EKT is an objective type test and has two parts. 

Part A: General Engineering: 40 Questions 
Part B: Specialist paper for each Engineering discipline.Questions will be based on their respective Core branch subjects. 

Duration: 1 Hour 
Ground Duty Branches 
Managing human and material resources, the Ground Duty Branch is the mechanism that steers the Indian Air Force. There are numerous opportunities for both men and women to build a challenging career. 

You can join as an officer in any of the following Ground Duty Branches: 
  • Administration Branch
  • Logistics Branch
  • Education
Administration Branch 
Permanent/Short Service Commission 
As an officer in the Administration Department, you will be responsible for the efficient management of both human and material resources. Some of the officers of the Administration Branch are selected to carry out the following duties also: 

  • Air Traffic Controller As Air Traffic Controller, your core responsibilities will involve maintaining an orderly flow of traffic and airspace management.
  • Fighter Controller As Fighter Controller, you will be posted to an Air Defence radar unit and will be responsible for close contact and supervision between the air and radar for effective airspace management.
Logistics 
Permanent/Short Service Commission 

As an officer in the logistics department, you will undertake material management of all Air Force resources. From clothing to aircraft equipment, you will ensure efficient supervision of inventories, and availability of necessary items to all operators and users. Eligibility: First class (Min 60%) Graduate or Second Class (Min 50%) Post Graduate in Arts / Science / Commerce / Management / Engineering or LLB . 

Entrance Test: For non tech ground duty branches, you would require to appear for a Common Entrance Test (CET) 

CET: Common entrance test is a tool to access the Proficiency of the candidate in English and General Awareness,for selection in ground duties Branches.CET is of objective type and has two parts. 

Part A:English(Grammar and Usuage) And General Awareness: 30 questions:20 minutes Part B: Descriptive test in English 

  • Reading Comprehension: 5 questions
  • Letter Writing
  • Paragraph writing
Duration: 30 minutes 
Advertisement Schedule: March and September Every Year 

Selection Process: 
The selection process for all the above Branches is similar. It consists of 4 stages. 
Step 1 – Scrutiny of Applications: After initial scruning of applications based on the requirements the shortlisted candidates will be called for the respective Written test based on the brach they select. 

Step 2 – Testing Officer Like Qualities 
If you have successfully cleared Step 1, you will receive a call letter to report to any one of the Air Force Selection Boards located at Dehradun, Varanasi and Mysore. At the Air Force Selection Boards, you undergo a number of psychological tests, an interview and group activities, which are collectively called the Officer Like Qualities (OLQ) Tests. 

These tests are designed to gauge your potential and suitability as an officer in the Armed Forces. 

  • The Psychological Tests are written tests that are conducted by a Psychologist.
  • The Group Tests are interactive indoor and outdoor tests.
  • The Interview involves a personal conversation with our Interviewing Officer.
These tests will be explained to you in detail before they are conducted at the Selection Board. 

The following is the schedule for OLQ Tests: 

ScheduleFlying BranchTechnical BranchGround Duty Branch
Day 1Pilot Aptitude Battery 
Test* (Phase I)**
Intelligence Tests/ 
Psychological Tests
(Phase I)**
Intelligence Tests/
Psychological Tests
(Phase I)**
Day 2Phase I & Psychological
Tests
Group testsGroup tests
Day 3Group testsGroup testsGroup tests
Day 4Group testsInterviewInterview
Day 5InterviewConferenceConference
Day 6Conference


* Pilot Aptitude Battery Test (PABT) is a unique test. It is aimed at assessing a candidate’s aptitude to be trained as a pilot. PABT is being used as an independent selection device to induct potential officers into Flying Branch of Indian Air Force. PABT comprises three tests viz Instrument Battery Test (INSB), Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT). Instrument Battery Test (INSB) is a paper pencil test and other two are machine tests. The Instruments Battery Test (INSB) comprises two parts. This test assesses assimilation of the briefing and the ability of an individual to read and interpret the dials of an instrument panel of an aircraft. The candidates who score the minimum laid down criteria are subjected to the machine test. The machine test includes Sensory Motor Apparatus Test (SMA) and Control Velocity Test (CVT). These tests measure the psychomotor co-ordination skill of the individual. These tests are conducted on a single day and administered only once in life time. 

** Phase I of testing gets over on 1st day for all type of entries except NDA/CDSE/NCC/Direct entry for which it gets over on second day. Only those candidates who qualify in Phase I shall be retained at AFSB for further testing of Phase II. NDA/CDSE candidates who do not qualify the PABT will still be tested for their second/third choice. 

At the conference held on the last day, all the assessors i.e. the Psychologist, Ground Testing Officer and the Interviewing Officer, discuss your personality and decide on recommending you or not. Those recommended by the AFSBs will require to fill up certain documents at the Boards and subsequently move to the next step. 

Step 3 – Conducting of Medical Examinations 
Step 4 – Preparing All India Merit List 
An All India Merit List is compiled on the basis of your performance at the AFSB and subject to being medically fit. Based on the vacancies available, Air HQ would issue joining instructions to join Air Force Academy for the training. 

Job Prospects & Career Options 
Aeronautical Engineers work with one of the most technologically advanced branches of engineering. The main thrust in this area is on design and development of aircrafts to space and satellite research. Jobs are available with the national, international, public and private Airline Services as well as aircraft-manufacturing units. 

Job opportunities for an Aeronautical Engineer in India, lies with various airlines like Air India, Indian Airlines, Helicopter Corporation of India and flying clubs, private airlines and government owned air service and aircraft manufacturers like the Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) with its factories at Bangalore, Nashik, Koraput, Kanpur etc. Defense Research and Development Laboratories, National Aeronautical Lab (NAL), Aeronautical Development Establishment, Civil Aviation Department etc. The Defence services and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) also happen to be two major employers. 

Initially, candidates begin work as graduate engineer trainees or junior Engineers. Keeping in view their performance, academic background and aptitude, they are placed for training in the aircraft maintenance/overhaul or support section. On completion of training they are placed as assistant aircraft engineers or assistant technical officers. They have to clear departmental examinations for further promotions. They may advance to administrative or executive positions or become consultants. Aeronautical engineers are assisted by aircraft mechanics in maintenance of aircraft frame, engine, electrical system and other ancillary fittings. 

Remuneration 
Engineers in government organisations, are paid official scales while those in the private sector are paid according to the scales decided by the management of the company. 

The approximate starting salaries in the government /public sectors such as HAL, NAL are Rs. 8,000 to Rs.10,000 (excluding other allowances). In the private sector, the scales are decided by the management of the company and are approximately Rs.8,000 to Rs.15,000 per month plus perks. Engineering graduates with management degrees get a starting salary of Rs.10,000 to Rs.40,000 per month plus perks. Entrepreneurs can earn above Rs.20,000/- per month. Airline professionals get fringe benefits of free travel for self and family also, apart from numerous other perks
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Engineering Jobs in Indian Navy

Posted by AndhraColleges.com

The Indian Navy is the naval branch of the armed forces of India. It currently has approximately 55,000 personnel on active duty, including 5,000 members of the naval aviation branch and 2,000 marine commandos, making it the world's fifth largest navy. The Indian Navy currently operates more than 155 vessels, including the INS Viraat, the only aircraft carrier in Asia-Pacific Region along with operational jet fighters.This group provides an opportunity for the navy aspirants to discuss various career options and experiences with the navy.

Short Service Commission: Naval Academy offers Short Service Commission as well as permanent commission jobs in various cadres like.

  1. Technical (General Service) 

    Engineering Branch (E):
     Candidates can join in the Naval Architecture Cadre of the Engineering Branch. The Indian navy today employs the largest pool of trained Naval Architects in India. A Naval architect is involved in design, construction, quality control, repair and new construction work of naval vessels. With the Navy going for more and more sophisticated warship production within the country, the Corps of Naval Architects offers excellent opportunities to keep abreast of the advancement in ship building technology and implement your innovative ideas. 

    Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Production Engineering
    • Control Engineering
    • Marine Engineerin
    • Aeronautical Engineering

    Electrical Branch (L): A warship is a mini floating city with an integral power generation and distribution system. In addition, complex missile systems, underwater weapons, radars and radio communication equipment form major part of a warship’s equipment. A majority of these are either computer-based or computer aided and incorporate the latest trends in electronics engineering. For a ship to be able to fight effectively, all this equipment must be kept working at peak efficiency. Electrical Officers have this responsibility and other challenging tasks. To sharpen the skills navy offers excellent opportunities for post-graduate courses in India/abroad to the deserving candidates. 

    Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams
    • Avionics Engineering
    • Electronics Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Instrumentation Engineering
    • Control Engineering
    • Telecommunication Engineering

    Officers of the Engineering and Electrical Branches can also volunteer for the Aviation/ Submarine Arm. 

    SUBMARINE CADRE: 
    Engineering Branch (E): 
    Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams
    Mechanical Engineering 
    Electrical Branch (L): 
    Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams

  • Electronics Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Control Engineering
  • Telecommunication Engineering
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE CADRE:
 
Eligibility: Four years BE/BTECH Engineering degree with a minimum of 60% marks in aggregate from a recognized university with one of the following Streams
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Naval Architecture Engineering

Selection Procedure: 
The candidates will be called for Service Selection board interviews according to their cadre and their performance in BE/BTECH Degree.

Stage -1: Test consisting of officer intelligence rating test(OI and R test)followed by Picture perfection and Discussion test.
Stage-2 : Psychological testing, Group task, Group discussion and personal interview.
Candidate who clears all the above tests will be appointed for training.
The selected candidates will be appointed in the rank of Sub- Lieutenant on the date decided by IHQ-MoD(Navy). The candidates will be granted Short Service Commission (SSC). The candidates will be subject to an initial probationary period which will commence from the date of grant of the rank of Sub-Lieutenant and will terminate after two years from the date of their reporting to the Indian Naval Academy. During the period from date of appointment to reporting for training, the individual will be entitled to half the basic pay of the rank, which will be payable as a lump-sum stipend at the time of joining Indian Naval Academy for training. The tenure of SSC officers will be for a period of 10 yrs, extendable by a further period of 04 yrs subject to service requirements and performance/willingness of the candidates. The Candidates who fail to qualify at the final graduation (aggregate 60%) will be discharged from service without any benefits. 

DUTIES OF TECHNICAL OFFICER 
  1. Tech(GS) Branch:Technical officers is to maintain ships,aircrafts and their associated weapons/sensors systems.
  2. Submarine cadre: As a submarine technical officer you will be responsible to run maintain modern submarines and its weapon systems.
  3. Naval Architecture cadre:Naval Architects specialize in warship and submarine constructions and also involves in design, construction, quality control and new construction work of naval vessels.

Course commences from the month of July. 
Permanent Commission: Indian navy Academy offers Permanent commission jobs in the education branch of Indian navy.
Eligibility: A bachelor’s degree in any one of the following streams 
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Computer science Engineering
  • Information Technology Engineering
  • Telecommunication Engineering

HOW TO APPLY: Applications must be sent on a plain A4 size paper in the prescribed format duly completed in all the respects, with subscription on the envelope. 
Selection Procedure: 
Candidates will be called for Service selection board interviews based on the performance in educational qualification Interviews are conducted for five days.

Stage-1: Intelligence test,Picture perfection test and group discussion
Stage-2: Psychological testing, Group task, and personal interview.
Candidates selected will be called for training which starts in the month of july. 

A student holding a bachelor's degree in Mechanical/ Electrical/ Technology Engineering could also join the Merchant navy as a Engine Cadet/ Fifth Engineer/ Junior Engineer. Direct entry Deck Cadets are required to undergo basic pre-sea training arranged by the recruiting company itself and the direct entry engineering cadets are preferred to do a Pre-sea course of 9 months duration in Marine Engineering conducted by the MERI. 

Indian navy also offers coast guard jobs
COAST GUARD: Officers Entry Scheme of Coast Guard offers “Assistant Commandant” Jobs for Engineering graduates

Eligibility: Candidates should posses an Engineering Degree in any one of the following Branches
  • Naval Architecture Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Design Engineering

Rank And Pay StructureAsst Comdt Rs.15600-39100 with Grade Pay Rs 5400/-

Training Pattern 

  • Basic Training in Naval Academy at INS Mandovi, Goa 20 weeks
  • Afloat training onboard Coast Guard Ships 36 weeks
  • Technical courses at various Naval Schools 48 weeks
  • Watch-keeping onboard Coast Guard Ships 24 weeks

How To Apply 
  • The recruitment of Asst. Commandants is conducted bi-annually.

  • The advertisement is given in leading national newspapers in both Hindi as well as in English.
    Selection Process: 
    The shortlisted candidates are called for Preliminary Selection (PSB) as per their choice centers at Mumbai, Chennai, Calcutta and Delhi 
    • The PSB consists of Mental Ability Test as well as interview
    • The candidates who qualify PSB are called for Final Selection Board (FSB) at New Delhi.
    • The candidates who qualify PSB are required to undergo medical examination.
    • The candidates subject to medical fitness are selected as per merit list.

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    Engineer as an Officer in Indian Air Force

    Posted by AndhraColleges.com

    Along with Flying branch and Ground batch Indian Air Force recruits only Engineers in Technical Branch. Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure, go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments; National Defence Academy, Air Force Academy, Air Force Technical College and Flying Training Establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and embark on a glorious and fulfilling career.
    As an Engineer, you can soar into a rewarding and challenging career in the Indian Air Force. You can even join the Technical Branch in your final or pre-final year of engineering through the University Entry Scheme

    Technical Branch
    As an officer in the Technical Branch, you would be in charge of some of the most sophisticated equipment in the world. 
    You can apply for the Technical Branch via any of the two schemes listed below:

    Direct Entry Scheme
    After you have completed your engineering, you can join the Technical Branch through the Direct Entry Scheme. Both men and women can use this mode of entry to apply to the Indian Air Force. 

    Direct Entry Scheme 

    Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics)
    Permanent / Short Service Commission
    As an Aeronautical Engineer in the Electronics stream, you will be responsible for the communication and signals required on the Air Force station. You will also be in charge of the execution of preventive maintenance and servicing of aircraft. With further in-service training, you could also move to the repair and overhaul divisions of the Indian Air Force.
    To join the Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics) stream you must fulfill the following eligibility criteria:
    • Age
      18 to 28 years*
    • Marital Status
      Single
    • Nationality
      Indian
    • Gender
      This is applicable to both men and women. 
    • Educational Qualification (Aeronautical Engineer – Electonics)
      First division (60% & above) 
    BE / B.Tech in Electronics / Telecommunication / Electrical / Electrical Communication / Electronics & Communication / Instrumentation / Computer Science & Engineering or a combination of these subjects. OR

    Diploma in Electronics of Madras Institute of Technology OR

    B Tech in Radio Physics and Electronics / Optics and Opto Electronics OR

    MSc Degree in Physics (With Electronics) / Electronics / Computer Science / Computer Application / MCA with Maths, Physics and Electronics at graduation level or MSc. Tech in Electronics and Radio Engineering OR

    Section A&B Examination of the Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers (India) in Electrical, Electronics or Telecommunication subjects OR

    Graduate Membership Examination of the Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers with subjects of Section A & full subjects of Section B by actual studies (Maths, Applied Electronics and Circuits, Principals of Communication Engineering, Transmission lines and Networks) 

    Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)

    Permanent / Short Service Commission
    After you join the Indian Air Force as an Aeronautical Engineer in the Mechanical stream, you could be placed at a position that requires you to be involved with preventive maintenance and servicing of aircraft or of common user and specialist application vehicles. You could also be involved in the safety and maintenance of firearms and ammunition at an Air Force Base. 
    To join the Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical) stream, you must fulfil the following conditions:
    • Age 
      18 to 28 years*
    • Marital Status
      Single
    • Nationality
      Indian
    • Gender
      This is applicable to both men and women.
    • Educational Qualification (Aeronautical Engineer-Mechanical)
      “First division (60% & above) 
    BE / B.Tech in Aeronautical / Mechanical / Production / Industrial Production or a combination of these subjects OR

    Section A and B of Examination of Aeronautical Society of India by actual studies in Avionics / Communication streams OR

    Section A and B of Associate Membership Examination of Institution of Engineering (India) with Mechanical / Aeronautical subjects by actual studies OR

    Section A and B of Associate Membership Examination of the Aeronautical Society of India with Group I (Design and Production) or Group II (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) subjects by actual studies 

    Advertisement Schedule:

    February and August Every Year 
    Selection Procedure
    There is a 4 step selection procedure which is scientific and thorough. You can be a part of Air Force family going through this process and proving your mettle. For details about the procedure see the steps below:-

    Step 1 – Scrutiny of Applications
    Step 2 – Testing Officer Like Qualities
    Step 3 – Conducting of Medical Examinations
    Step 4 – Preparing All India Merit List

    Step 1 -Scrutiny of Applications 
    The selection procedure begins immediately after you send your application forms to us. All application forms are first checked for eligibility after which you will receive a call letter with further instructions. 
    If seek entry into the Flying Branch through the NDA or CDSE, your applications need to be sent to UPSC, New Delhi. UPSC conducts a written test twice a year in April & August (NDA) and April & September (CDSE). Advertisements for the examinations are released about six months in advance. Qualifying in these exams take you to step two. If you apply for Short Service Commission Flying (Pilot) or as an NCC Senior Division ‘C’ Certificate holder, your application is processed by Air HQ and call letter issued by AFSBs.
    If you have applied to the Technical Branch you will be required to appear the Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). Similarly, for non tech ground duty branches, you would require to appear for a Common Entrance Test (CET). If you pass the EKT/CET, you move to the next step. Click here to see schedule of advertisements for various branches

    Step 2 - Testing Officer Like Qualities 
    If you have successfully cleared Step 1, you will receive a call letter to report to any one of the Air Force Selection Boards located at Dehradun, Varanasi and Mysore. At the Air Force Selection Boards, you undergo a number of psychological tests, an interview and group activities, which are collectively called the Officer Like Qualities (OLQ) Tests. These tests are designed to gauge your potential and suitability as an officer in the Armed Forces.
    • The Psychological Tests are written tests that are conducted by a Psychologist. 
    • The Group Tests are interactive indoor and outdoor tests. We expect active physical participation from you. 
    • The Interview involves a personal conversation with our Interviewing Officer. 
      These tests will be explained to you in detail before they are conducted at the Selection Board. 
    The following is the schedule for OLQ Tests: 
    ScheduleTechnical Branch
    Day 1Intelligence Tests/ Psychological Tests (Phase I)
    Day 2Group tests
    Day 3Group tests
    Day 4Interview
    Day 5Conference


    Phase I of testing gets over on 1st day for all type of entries except NDA/CDSE/NCC/Direct entry for which it gets over on second day. Only those candidates who qualify in Phase I shall be retained at AFSB for further testing of Phase II. NDA/CDSE candidates who do not qualify the PABT will still be tested for their second/third choice.
    At the conference held on the last day, all the assessors i.e. the Psychologist, Ground Testing Officer and the Interviewing Officer, discuss your personality and decide on recommending you or not. Those recommended by the AFSBs will require filling up certain documents at the Boards and subsequently moving to the next step.

    Step 3 - Conducting of Medical Examinations
    If you have applied for the Technical or Ground Duty Branches and are found suitable, you may be asked to return home and await a call for a medical examination or be sent directly for the medical examination.

    Step 4 -Preparing All India Merit List
    An All India Merit List is compiled on the basis of your performance at the AFSB and subject to being medically fit. Based on the vacancies available, Air HQ would issue joining instructions to join Air Force Academy for the training.
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    Engineering Jobs in Indian Army

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    Engineering jobs in Indian Army

     
    THE INDIAN ARMY: 
    Engineering Graduates (Direct Entry) 
    An Engineering graduate can join the Indian Military Academy directly. They only need to attend the Service Selection Board interview. 

    Tentative date: Course commences every year in the month of January and July.
    How to Apply: Candidates can apply directly to the following address whenever the notifications are released. Generally notifications are released in the months of March/April & October /November

    Address: 
    Addl. Directorate General of Recruiting (TGC),
    Army HQ, West Block III,
    RK Puram, New Delhi -110066

    University Entry Scheme: 
    Engineers who wish to apply for Army in Pre-Final/Final Year of Engineering have an opportunity to opt for University Entry Scheme. They can apply for Indian army as an officer. Selection is Based on campus interview and Service Selection Board (SSB) interview Candidates are eligible for induction into technical branches/services of the army as commissioned officers under the University Entry Scheme.

    Tentative date of Notification: Course commences every year in the month of July.

    How to apply: Candidates need to furnish their applications in response to the advertisement generally published in the month of July.

    Officers Entry Scheme: 
    Permanent Commission: Permanent commission is for those who want to make a career in the army until retirement. Recruitment of Commissioned Officers in the Armed Forces is mainly through the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) under Permanent Commission.

    Eligibility: Final Year students of 
    • Marine Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Aeronautical Engineering
    • Control Engineering
    • Metallurgical Engineering
    • Production Engineering with minimum 60% upto VIth Semester.

    Short Service Commission(Technical): 
    Indian army has an alternative career, called short service commission which gives an option of joining in the Indian Army and serving as a Commissioned officer for 5 years. Short Service Commission facilitates recruitment of qualified technical graduates through the SSBs, to attend the Officers training Academy (OTA), Chennai, after medical tests, for a ten month course.
    Short Service Commission allows you to join on a five-year contractual basis, after which you can exercise the option to continue or not.

    Eligibility: A Degree in
    • Marine Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Aeronautical Engineering
    • Control Engineering
    • Metallurgical Engineering
    • Production Engineering

    Or

    Any other qualification recognized by the Institution of Engineers (India) as equivalent to a degree course with minimum 55% marks. 

    Tentative dates: Advertisement will be generally released in the months of March/April & October/November.

    Women's Special Entry Scheme 
    The WSES for officers offers non-technical, technical and specialist entry for unmarried females or issueless widow or divorcee candidates . In women special entry scheme, the initial contractual period is five years

    For Technical Entry : 
    BE, B Tech or equivalent or a higher qualification is needed.

    Eligibility: Candidate must posses an engineering degree in any one of the following branches
    • Civil engineering
    • Electrical engineering
    • Mechanical engineering
    • Electronics engineering
    • Computer science engineering
    • Telecommunications engineering and architecture is needed.

    Tentative date: Month of commencement of course in each year is March and September. Advertisement for applications will be released in June/December
    Selection Process: Selection is based on written exam and SSB Interview and medical examination.

    Electrical Branch Permanent Commission: 
    Eligibility: A Degree in 
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electronics Engineering
    • Avionics Engineering
    • Computer Engineering
    • Telecommunication Engineering
    Or
    Any other qualification recognized by the Institution of Engineers (India) or Institution of Telecommunication Engineers (India) as equivalent to a degree
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    Engineer as an Officer in Indian Air Force

    Posted by AndhraColleges.com

    Along with Flying branch and Ground batch Indian Air Force recruits only Engineers in Technical Branch. Candidates short-listed after the initial selection procedure, go through a rigorous training regimen at one of the Air Force training establishments; National Defence Academy, Air Force Academy, Air Force Technical College and Flying Training Establishments. Thereafter, they are commissioned as officers and embark on a glorious and fulfilling career.
    As an Engineer, you can soar into a rewarding and challenging career in the Indian Air Force. You can even join the Technical Branch in your final or pre-final year of engineering through the University Entry Scheme

    Technical Branch
    As an officer in the Technical Branch, you would be in charge of some of the most sophisticated equipment in the world. 
    You can apply for the Technical Branch via any of the two schemes listed below:

    Direct Entry Scheme
    After you have completed your engineering, you can join the Technical Branch through the Direct Entry Scheme. Both men and women can use this mode of entry to apply to the Indian Air Force. 

    Direct Entry Scheme 

    Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics)
    Permanent / Short Service Commission
    As an Aeronautical Engineer in the Electronics stream, you will be responsible for the communication and signals required on the Air Force station. You will also be in charge of the execution of preventive maintenance and servicing of aircraft. With further in-service training, you could also move to the repair and overhaul divisions of the Indian Air Force.
    To join the Aeronautical Engineering (Electronics) stream you must fulfill the following eligibility criteria:
    • Age
      18 to 28 years*
    • Marital Status
      Single
    • Nationality
      Indian
    • Gender
      This is applicable to both men and women. 
    • Educational Qualification (Aeronautical Engineer – Electonics)
      First division (60% & above) 
    BE / B.Tech in Electronics / Telecommunication / Electrical / Electrical Communication / Electronics & Communication / Instrumentation / Computer Science & Engineering or a combination of these subjects. OR

    Diploma in Electronics of Madras Institute of Technology OR

    B Tech in Radio Physics and Electronics / Optics and Opto Electronics OR

    MSc Degree in Physics (With Electronics) / Electronics / Computer Science / Computer Application / MCA with Maths, Physics and Electronics at graduation level or MSc. Tech in Electronics and Radio Engineering OR

    Section A&B Examination of the Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers (India) in Electrical, Electronics or Telecommunication subjects OR

    Graduate Membership Examination of the Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers with subjects of Section A & full subjects of Section B by actual studies (Maths, Applied Electronics and Circuits, Principals of Communication Engineering, Transmission lines and Networks) 

    Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical)

    Permanent / Short Service Commission
    After you join the Indian Air Force as an Aeronautical Engineer in the Mechanical stream, you could be placed at a position that requires you to be involved with preventive maintenance and servicing of aircraft or of common user and specialist application vehicles. You could also be involved in the safety and maintenance of firearms and ammunition at an Air Force Base. 
    To join the Aeronautical Engineering (Mechanical) stream, you must fulfil the following conditions:
    • Age 
      18 to 28 years*
    • Marital Status
      Single
    • Nationality
      Indian
    • Gender
      This is applicable to both men and women.
    • Educational Qualification (Aeronautical Engineer-Mechanical)
      “First division (60% & above) 
    BE / B.Tech in Aeronautical / Mechanical / Production / Industrial Production or a combination of these subjects OR

    Section A and B of Examination of Aeronautical Society of India by actual studies in Avionics / Communication streams OR

    Section A and B of Associate Membership Examination of Institution of Engineering (India) with Mechanical / Aeronautical subjects by actual studies OR

    Section A and B of Associate Membership Examination of the Aeronautical Society of India with Group I (Design and Production) or Group II (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) subjects by actual studies 

    Advertisement Schedule:

    February and August Every Year 
    Selection Procedure
    There is a 4 step selection procedure which is scientific and thorough. You can be a part of Air Force family going through this process and proving your mettle. For details about the procedure see the steps below:-

    Step 1 – Scrutiny of Applications
    Step 2 – Testing Officer Like Qualities
    Step 3 – Conducting of Medical Examinations
    Step 4 – Preparing All India Merit List

    Step 1 -Scrutiny of Applications 
    The selection procedure begins immediately after you send your application forms to us. All application forms are first checked for eligibility after which you will receive a call letter with further instructions. 
    If seek entry into the Flying Branch through the NDA or CDSE, your applications need to be sent to UPSC, New Delhi. UPSC conducts a written test twice a year in April & August (NDA) and April & September (CDSE). Advertisements for the examinations are released about six months in advance. Qualifying in these exams take you to step two. If you apply for Short Service Commission Flying (Pilot) or as an NCC Senior Division ‘C’ Certificate holder, your application is processed by Air HQ and call letter issued by AFSBs.
    If you have applied to the Technical Branch you will be required to appear the Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). Similarly, for non tech ground duty branches, you would require to appear for a Common Entrance Test (CET). If you pass the EKT/CET, you move to the next step. Click here to see schedule of advertisements for various branches

    Step 2 - Testing Officer Like Qualities 
    If you have successfully cleared Step 1, you will receive a call letter to report to any one of the Air Force Selection Boards located at Dehradun, Varanasi and Mysore. At the Air Force Selection Boards, you undergo a number of psychological tests, an interview and group activities, which are collectively called the Officer Like Qualities (OLQ) Tests. These tests are designed to gauge your potential and suitability as an officer in the Armed Forces.
    • The Psychological Tests are written tests that are conducted by a Psychologist. 
    • The Group Tests are interactive indoor and outdoor tests. We expect active physical participation from you. 
    • The Interview involves a personal conversation with our Interviewing Officer. 
      These tests will be explained to you in detail before they are conducted at the Selection Board. 
    The following is the schedule for OLQ Tests: 
    ScheduleTechnical Branch
    Day 1Intelligence Tests/ Psychological Tests (Phase I)
    Day 2Group tests
    Day 3Group tests
    Day 4Interview
    Day 5Conference


    Phase I of testing gets over on 1st day for all type of entries except NDA/CDSE/NCC/Direct entry for which it gets over on second day. Only those candidates who qualify in Phase I shall be retained at AFSB for further testing of Phase II. NDA/CDSE candidates who do not qualify the PABT will still be tested for their second/third choice.
    At the conference held on the last day, all the assessors i.e. the Psychologist, Ground Testing Officer and the Interviewing Officer, discuss your personality and decide on recommending you or not. Those recommended by the AFSBs will require filling up certain documents at the Boards and subsequently moving to the next step.

    Step 3 - Conducting of Medical Examinations
    If you have applied for the Technical or Ground Duty Branches and are found suitable, you may be asked to return home and await a call for a medical examination or be sent directly for the medical examination.

    Step 4 -Preparing All India Merit List
    An All India Merit List is compiled on the basis of your performance at the AFSB and subject to being medically fit. Based on the vacancies available, Air HQ would issue joining instructions to join Air Force Academy for the training.
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    Objectives and Activities of Major Study circles

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    IMNC – Development jobs study circle: 

    Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company.

    Approach: 
    Those interested in job in a Indian Multi National Company (IMNC) ,employing more than 20,000 people, which has offices across the continents. These companies have three different kinds of jobs, namely development, customization / enhancement / maintenance and BPO. Development jobs are few but are highly remunerative. Customization / maintenance jobs are plenty and most of the talented people start their career here. Therefore, this study group should aim at fetching job in IMNC for all its members with a pay package in the range Rs 2 – 3 lakhs.. . 

    Action plan: 

    Second year: 

     
  • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.

  • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC. 
    Third year: 

    • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.

    Final year: 
    • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.

    MNC- Development jobs
    Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
    Second year: 
    • Learn more about MNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one MNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
    • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified MNC.
      Third year: 
    • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the MNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.Final year: 
    • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the MNC. In case a final year student is placed in a MNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.

    IMNC-services job
    Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
    Second year: 

  • Learn more about service sector. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one service sector from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.

  • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the services sector.
    Third year:

  • Students should start working parallel on any one services project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the tools and technologies used in business process. 
    Final year: 

  • Students should keep presenting the tools used in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the services project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in a platform / programming language. 
    MNC-service jobs Objective: 
    To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:

    Second year: 

  • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.

  • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
    Third year: 

  • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.

  • Final year: 

  • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages. 
    IMNC- BPO Objective: 
    To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
    Second year: 
    • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
    • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
    Third year: 

  • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process. 
    Final year: 

  • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.
    SMC- development jobs Objective: 
    To prepare for rapid growth in selected company.
    Approach: 
    Those interested in Small and Medium Companies(SMC). There are a very large number of SMCs( employing less than few hundred people) in all cities. This includes Hyderabad, Vizag, Chennai, Vijayawada. Jobs in these companies are less remunerative, pay less than MNC, technically not as demanding as MNC jobs, most likely no global travel, a person can be near his familiy/ parents and near and dear. This study group should aim at fetching job in SMC for all its members with a pay package in the range Rs 1 – 2 lakhs. These jobs are more appropriate for people with limited ambition and not so confident about English language skills or technical subjectsAction plan:

    Second year: 

  • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.

  • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
    Third year: 

  • dents should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process. 
    Final year: 

  • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.
     

  • SMC-BPO Objective: 
    To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
    Second year: 
    • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
    • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
      Third year: 
    • dents should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.
      Final year: 
    • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.

      S in US top10 universities Objective: 
      To prepare for admission in one of top 10 US universities. Action plan:

      Second year: 
      Third year:
      Final year: 

      MS in US top25 universities Objective: 
      To prepare for admission in one of the top 25 US universities. Action plan:
      Second year: 
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
        Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done /. Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in.


      MS in US top100 universities
      Objective: To prepare for admission in one of the top 100 US universities..

      Approach: 
      Those interested in pursuing MS in US universities. These universities are ranked between 25 and 75. The current trend in this college is that Students after completing final year will start attending GRE,TOEFL classes either in Vijayawada or Hyderabad. If successful, they join MS one year later. Very seldom Students join for MS immediately after completing B.Tech. This category of study circles will work towards exchange of useful information on admission procedures, challenges in GRE,TOEFL and other related information with the objective of getting admits to the Students .

      Action plan: 
      Second year: 
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.

        Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done


      Final year: Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.

      MS in other US universities Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
      Second year: 
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
        Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.
        Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.


      PG in Europe Objective: 
      To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:

      Second year: 
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
        Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process. Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.


      M Tech in IITs
      Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:

      Second year: 
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.

      Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process. Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.


      PG in other institutes
      Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company.

      Action plan: Second year:
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
        Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.
        Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.
      MBA in IIMs
      Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
      Second year: 
        Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied. Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified 
         IMNC. Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.
        Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.


      MBA in other institutions
      Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:
      Second year: 
      • Larn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC. Third year: 
      • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process. Final year: 
      • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.

      Own enterprise Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:

      Second year:
    • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
    • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
      Third year: 
    • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process. Final year: 
    • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.
      Government jobs (central) Objective: To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:

      Second year:
    • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
    • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.
      Third year: 
    • Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.
      Final year: 
    • Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages. 
      State government jobs

      Objective: 
      To prepare for rapid growth in selected company. Action plan:

      Second year: 
      • Learn more about IMNCs. A group of 2 or 3 Students should study about one IMNC from technical (projects, products), business groups (clients, countries of operation), research and development and future plans of the company. This group should present their observations to the other Students in the circle and exchange/ compare key information with other groups that might have studied.
      • Start learning / practicing the latest technologies used by the persons working in the identified IMNC.

      Third year: Students should start working parallel on any one project being done / completed by the IMNC. This should be done keeping an eye on the recent developments in relevant technologies and changes in business process.
      Final year: Students should keep presenting the implementations done in third year in several forums. They should also plan improvements of the project being done / completed as final year project with or without guidance from the IMNC. In case a final year student is placed in a IMNC, final year project should be relevant to the selected company. These Students should aim at topping the training batches and also get recognition as ‘resource person’ with in 2 or 3 years in the company. This calls for clear concepts of fundamentals, strong analytical ability and good communication skills along with proficiency in multiple platforms / programming languages.

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