future scope of telecommunication and networking

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i completed B.E.,now i plan to join M.Tech(telecommunication and networking) in SRM university.please tell me the future scope about that field.

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The future scope is :
Communication is the fastest growing segment of the industry. It has experienced exponential
growth over the last decade. Cellular phones have become a critical business tool and they are rapidly replacing outdated wire line systems in many developing countries. The explosive
growth of Communication Systems suggests a bright future for Communication Engineering
field.
now it is ur turn to decide!

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You can grab the best of both worlds: VOIP, and Cisco offers the CCNA / CCNP / CCIE Voice track as well..

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  • Karthipratheep
    Hi how about job opening in M.Tech(telecommunication and networking)
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  • dscewdvds
    is the telecommunication a great paying job.  please send me about this.
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  • TomLiotta
    is the telecommunication a great paying job.   It depends on where you work, who you work for, what work you do, how good you are at the work and other factors. In general, it doesn't matter as much the amount you get paid as does what you do with what you are paid.   Tom
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  • gurpreetsingh
    what will the designation of an engineer after complete ccna and ccnp
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  • hunshabbir7
    It varies from organisation to organisation. Mostly it will be assistant network administrator or network administrator etc... 
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