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What to do after 12th?

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Devrath_ND

Obsessed with Technology
Dear Friends,

I have just finished off my 11th(State Syllabi) by taking 92.45%

My father runs an industry which deals with manufacturing of products called as Gauges and other Miscellaneous things (Website) and definitely i would want to support my father.

But i have interest also in computers (I have leant C++, VB, Java, HTML, Dreamweaver, hardware maintenace and actually abit of everything and actually the above website is built by me only)

So is there a some engineering course where it deals with both manufacturing and is associated with computers
 

din

Tribal Boy
If I remember correctly, You asked us to review the site once ?

Anyway, regarding career, if you are interested you can check the CAD / CAM area. I think that will be good for you.

Also if you are good in web design / web programming / application programming, why not doing lil bit freelancing ? I mean more time to help Dad but when you get time in between you can do freelancing too, so both will go ok.
 
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Devrath_ND

Obsessed with Technology
If I remember correctly, You asked us to review the site once ?

Anyway, regarding career, if you are interested you can check the CAD / CAM area. I think that will be good for you.

Also if you are good in web design / web programming / application programming, why not doing lil bit freelancing ? I mean more time to help Dad but when you get time in between you can do freelancing too, so both will go ok.

Yes i did once ask to review that site but can i pursue Mechanical engineering with some specialisation in hardware manufacturing or something like it

So i get a bit of manufacturing and also about computers to suffice my interest in it.
 

iatb.gourav

Ready To Rule !!!
Nice website dude ...
Even I appeared for my 12th boards this year and am also in website and stuff ( I made the website: http://siliguri.co.nr ).

Anyways, AFAIK , a computer science B Tech degree followed by MBA should be the best thing to be done these days ...
 
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Devrath_ND

Obsessed with Technology
Nice website dude ...
Even I appeared for my 12th boards this year and am also in website and stuff ( I made the website: http://siliguri.co.nr ).

Anyways, AFAIK , a computer science B Tech degree followed by MBA should be the best thing to be done these days ...

Your website too is good and thanks for replying

Can some other please comment on this
 

a_k_s_h_a_y

Dreaming
dude if you do CSE even in IITM then don't expect big job.
you will get only infosys, wipro with 3 lacs. That's what my friends said so at IITM.....!!

2-5 people will take MS, Google .. 10-12 lacs
1-2 will make it the some companies that offer 40 lacs

So just stick to your dad's biz
else start own web design company/software.

Else do MS in US, get a cool job in Google/MS if you deserve and are talented enough.

hv fun !

btw dealers section at your site sucks
http://www.smitragauges.com/

provide the complete address of all dealers to make it complete.
 
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mailtorahul007

Astalavista Baby..!!
Go for Industrial Ingineering man.....it combines both Mechanical nd Management technics.....wil b defenitely useful 4 u....
 
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Devrath_ND

Obsessed with Technology
Please need some more advice.

i got interested in Robotics becoz it has bot mechanical as well as Software part of it.

How to go abt it(ways to achieve that) or any other options.
 
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Devrath_ND

Obsessed with Technology
Bumping. My dream is to work at Apple's design team. How to go about it. What academic path should i chose. Currently thinking of Doing ECE and pursuing PG in some university close to Apple Headquarters!!!! Please help me.
 

AcceleratorX

Youngling
If you really want to help your Dad's company, I'd recommend the following:

1) Industrial/Production engineering (for management/sales jobs)
2) Instrumentation (for technical/marketing jobs)
3) Mechanical (for core technical team leadership type jobs)

But since you have an interest in computers (and your website is quite a bit better designed than a lot of "engineering colleges" sites.....), I'd recommend you the following, pick and choose based on your interests (and marks):

1) Computer Science/Engineering (M.Sc or BE) - Computer hardware and software, technical as well as coder and marketing jobs
2) Information Technology - more suited for sales/marketing, and coder type jobs

If you are interested for product design, I'd suggest you to go for electrical engineering or Electrical and Electronics engineering rather than ECE, as the communication in products like iPod is far different from the communication you will learn in ECE.....(note that 3rd year onwards EEE and ECE branch off towards electronics and communication technologies respectively).

Please note that none of what I write has any relevance to how easily you will get a job where you desire - I write on the basis of how comfortable you will be working at the job you desire with the given degrees.

For ASIC design, etc. you require a PG course and those things require quite a bit more than a standard engineering degree, especially at Apple. Therefore, I would recommend you to get work experience at a lower job rather than aiming high at the beginning itself, as work experience is counted better than any degree.
 

rhitwick

Democracy is a myth
Bumping. My dream is to work at Apple's design team. How to go about it. What academic path should i chose. Currently thinking of Doing ECE and pursuing PG in some university close to Apple Headquarters!!!! Please help me.

LOL!!!
U changed ur dream... :-D

Well, I don't know...
Try to know in which colleges do Apple go for campus recruitment :-D :wink:
 
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