Cell phones, virtual reality, GPS, The internet, fiber optic communication, computers … all these technologies were made possible because of the enormous power and versatility of electronic engineering.
How to Become an Electronic Engineer
How do you know electronic engineering is the right career for you? For many, this is a dilemma questions, but ask yourself this: Are you genuinely interested in how systems and devices operate? Do you have a tendency to ‘think’ with machine and have a lot of passion in sciences, especially physics? Well, if yes, then you need to equip yourself with good marks in F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering) and make your application to engineering universities that offer electronic engineering courses. You must also have good written and oral communication skills because they will prove vital during your career.
Types, Description and Information
Electronic engineers who have a desire to advance to advance in their careers should view the technical education they get in institutions as a springboard for continued learning. Electronic engineers work in a variety of environments depending on one’s specialty area. Research institutions usually have a multi-step system for grading electronic engineer so they can advance depending on their educational qualifications and training, experience and job performance. Electronic engineering technicians in the private industry may advance to management or supervisory levels if they prove to be skilled, highly effective and organized.
Courses, Training, Certification
Once you choose to study electronic engineering and you find the right course, the suitable university, you must then pick your area of interest or specialization. Specialized training will ensure that your options are narrowed to a specific beneficial field; this will save your time and money. Areas you can specialize in include product development, equipment repair, product testing, research, field service, sales or marketing and customer service.
There is a bright future for electronic engineers. Many companies currently cannot find enough workers to fill the positions in the country. This translates to higher wages for qualified electronic engineers, and faster potential to promotion. There is an excellent opportunity for advancement for electronic engineers, especially for those who keep abreast with the rapid changes in technology and new inventions.
There are various excellent institutions in Pakistan. They help the students to gain theoretical and practical experience in this field, to find a institution please visit Programme Finder on www.eduvision.edu.pk.