Career Options




Positively impact our public infrastructure, influence public policy, and affect codes and regulations.

Government job is one of the lucrative career options for Electronics and Communication engineers. As they enter governmental agencies, they require more competent skills to move up the ladder. Various training programs are attended. The need of leadership training and training related to public administration and management is felt after some years of experience. Therefore, some leave the path of technical engineering and enter to management platform while others stay focused on technical skills acquiring technical training to develop expertise skill in the chosen domain. Major role of government engineers at higher level is to develop policy and standard for the profession and general public. This way, electronics and communication engineers can have positive impact on the development of society.


Shape the future of electronics engineering and prepare the next generation of professionals.

For those interested in teaching, the best option will be the involvement in academia. Knowledge learnt should be passed on to next generation of engineers. Therefore, electronics and communication engineers can indulge in academic area preparing next generation engineers with constant amendment of courses. This may require advanced degree with doctoral in some cases. Engineering educators write grants to obtain research funding and work with graduate students to conduct research aimed at developing advancements in the field of engineering. At many academic institutions, publishing research findings and obtaining grant funding for your academic institution are key elements to success. Additionally, facilitating student learning and achieving recognition as a top performing teacher help make this a fulfilling career choice.

Use your engineering knowledge and skills to bring innovation to industry for more successful and cost-effective operations, processes, and products.

Electronics engineers have options to work in diverse settings including manufacturing, technology, pharmaceuticals, public facilities and utilities, and many others producing goods and catering services. They are responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing electronic manufacturing equipment in factories or other industrial facilities. An in-depth knowledge of electronics and electrical equipment is necessary for this job and can be acquired through formal education. They install electronic equipment using various power tools and machinery, including drill presses, pipe threaders, grinders, hoists, measuring devices, and testing equipment. They inspect and maintain existing equipment using similar tools, such as voltmeters and PC-based diagnostic software. This may require analysis and troubleshooting of complex problems.

Get Himal, Pahad and Terai Connected. Devise efficient and economic communication network.

Telecommunication is an area where most Electronics and Communication Engineers dream to be. In area of traditional and modern telephony, engineers design and install equipment used for transmitting wired phone, cellular, cable and broadband data. Their day-to-day responsibilities include working with copper or fiber optic cabling, complex networks and switching systems. Telecommunications engineers may be employed by wired and wireless telecommunications companies, engineering consulting firms or government agencies.

Automation and Control

Get automated systems Designed, programmed, simulated and tested.

Another area of career options for electronic engineers is automation and control. This field of automation involves the creation and application of technology to monitor or control the production and delivery of products and services. Automation engineers design, program, simulate and test automated machinery and processes in order to complete exact tasks. They are employed in industries such as car manufacturing or food processing plants, where robots or machines perform specific functions. Automation engineers are responsible for design specifications and other detailed documentation of their creations.

Identify, design and implement computer based solutions for a wide variety of projects and an array of clients.

In today’s digital world, programming is one of the greatest assets. Electronics engineers are allured in the software industries as well. Responsibilities of software engineers include determination of operational feasibility by evaluating analysis, problem definition, requirements, solution development, and proposed solutions. They document and demonstrate solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code. They prepare and deploy solutions by determining and designing system specifications, standards, and programming. Competent software engineers  update themselves with job knowledge by studying state-of-the-art development tools, programming techniques, and computing equipment; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.


Make sure that IT Infrastructure of the organization are secured and available 24x7.

Those interested in networking become network analysts or administrator. Their primary duties include maintaining the integrity and security of a company’s network and the systems connected to it. A computer networking specialist must have extensive knowledge of network connectivity, protocols, network security devices, network types, including wireless, fiber optic or copper wire, and common operating systems, such as Windows and UNIX. In an entry-level capacity, computer networking specialists could be responsible for responding to troubleshooting calls and e-mails from users of the network. They need to be able to diagnose and offer repair instructions remotely, as well as in person. In an advanced role as an analyst or administrator, computer networking specialists often monitor network access for bottlenecks, security threats or problems with connectivity. They might also configure and maintain security devices to ensure the safety of company software, systems and data.

Database Administration

Develop mechanism to securely store data and present to the user as and when requested.

Knowledge in database makes electronics engineers seek opportunity as database administrator. A database administrator (DBA) is responsible for the performance, integrity and security of a database. They will also be involved in the planning and development of the database as well as troubleshooting issues on behalf of the users. DBA roles vary depending on the type of database, the processes they administer and the capabilities of the database management system (DBMS) in use. Because of the increasing levels of hacking and the sensitive nature of data stored, security and disaster recovery have become increasingly important aspects of the work.

Mobile Apps

Build smart apps for smarter people.

This is one of the trending entrepreneur skills that an electronics engineers can get involved with. If you are the one who possess passion for pushing mobile technologies to the limits and love challenges to design and build the next generation of mobile applications, you will move on as mobile application developer. You will be responsible to design and build advanced applications for the smart phones/tablets, collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and ship new features, work with outside data sources and API’s, test code for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability, work on bug fixing and improving application performance, continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency.

Measurement and Instrumentation

Test, evaluate, modify and calibrate electrical products/instruments.

Electronics engineers often find job in the area of measurement and instrumentation. Here, they are required to create instruments for a wide variety of usages. Instruments can vary from simple mechanical measuring tools to complex software systems.

An instrumentation and measurement engineer may be responsible for various duties during the creation and development of instruments, such as drawing, creating prototypes, testing, troubleshooting and installing. The engineer may work with clients to develop requested products.

Instrumentation design engineers need to be familiar with engineering principles, measurement methods, statistical analysis, mathematics and physics. They may be involved in teamwork and may be responsible for training other engineers. They may be responsible for documentation for cost estimates, material specifications, progress reports or other needed documentation.

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Course is being revised by IoE. Will be available as soon as it is released.

Course is being revised by IoE. Will be available as soon as it is released.

Course is being revised by IoE. Will be available as soon as it is released.

Course is being revised by IoE. Will be available as soon as it is released.










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