Are you in a dilemma, whether to opt for the telecom sector after completion of Technical Graduation (B.Tech./B.E.)? Then, let me throw some light in this field that will aid you in your choice for your forthcoming endeavors.

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In today’s world, communication is the part and parcel of everybody’s life and telecom is the biggest path of communication. Telecom, growing at the speed of light, is not only the requirement for biz world activities but even, remaining disconnected from the rest of the world can be barely an imagination. 

Telecom opens up a vast window of opportunities for skillful and qualified students. Besides, government initiatives, increased hovering of private telecom giants has also revealed new gateways in the market.

Names of the Telecom Giants, famous within India:

Service Providers:

  • Bharti Airtel
  • Reliance Communications
  • Vodafone
  • Idea Cellular
  • BSNL
  • MTNL
  • TATA
  • Reliance Jio
  • Aircel
  • Uninor (Telenor)
  • MTS
  • Spice

Original Equipment Manufacturer (Electronic):

  • Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN)
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei
  • ZTE
  • Alcatel Lucent
  • Samsung

Passive Infrastructure Companies:

  • Indus Towers
  • Bharti Infratel
  • American Towers (ATC)
  • Reliance Infratel
  • GTL Infrastructure
  • VIOM Networks
  • Tower Vision

Original Equipment Manufacturer (Electrical):

  • Mahindra (DG)
  • Kirloskar (DG)
  • Eicher (DG)
  • Cummins (DG)
  • Sterling (DG)
  • SOMA (DG)
  • ACME (PMS & AC))
  • Servo (PMS)
  • PACE (PMS)
  • Synergy (PMS & AC)
  • Exicom (PMS & SMPS)
  • Lineage Power (PMS)
  • Delta (PMS & SMPS)
  • Eltek (SMPS)
  • Emerson (AC & SMPS)
  • Hitachi (AC)
  • Blue Star (AC)

In telecom, fresh engineering graduates can explore the possibility to work in a variety of roles as:

  • Telecom Researcher
  • Field Engineer
  • Hardware Designer
  • Electronic Designer
  • Network Designer
  • Product Engineer
  • Radio Frequency Engineer
  • Network Engineer
  • Core Engineer
  • IN/VAS Engineer
  • Drive Test Engineer
  • Survey Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Deployment Engineer

 The engineers are involved in the diurnal operations of the company. Resolving customer complaints with minimal delays, erection and commissioning of sites, etc., are few jobs of the engineer. An engineer needs to work very hard at sites, even if the sites are located in highly remote areas. His job is purely technical, demanding a lot of technical competency. An engineer sets up the site, configures, installs, monitors and addresses various problems of the network. Along with expertise in networking, he needs to be quick in his actions.

 Product designing can also be a fast and promising career for many. If you can showcase your innovative concepts, then you can be hired for product designs.

Besides, technical, design and manufacturing related jobs within the global industry, students can also choose to specialize in the areas of;

  • Planning
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources

Highly skilled and dedicated individuals can thus, opt for this ever expanding world of telecom. Cognitel helps engineering graduates expand their knowledge and skills in telecom by proving them live practical classes on telecom network elements, other than theoretical classes.

Cognitel has built state of art Telecom Lab which houses equipments such as BTS, BSC, Transcoders, Transmission units, Routers, Firewalls, Switches, etc. Any graduate can physically access these equipments or even access the equipments online.

 So graduates do not let the opportunity go from your hand. Try to get access to a stabilized and secure job environment – TELECOM.

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