Hi, I am a M.Tech graduate in Energy Systems, BE in EEE.suggest me to start my career and companies that hire M.tech in ES

I am setup in bangalore, which are the companies that hire M.tech in Energy systems or BE in Electrical

0 44 Views | Posted 2011-11-01 16:14:09
Asked by bharath m

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    Bhupesh | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-11-01 16:20:29
    All the companies working in Energy Sector like Reliance , Suzlon , Enercon etc PSU like NTPC and RnD organization like DRDO or ISRO hire Engineers with Mtech in Energy Systems
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    Suni K | Guide-Level 14

    2011-11-01 16:18:28
    Agency for Non-Conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT) is an autonomus organisation established during 1986 under Societies Act by the Government of Kerala, now functioning under power dept; with its Head Quarters at Thiruvananthapuram. The objective of the Agency is to gather and disseminate useful knowledge in various fields of Non-Conventional Energy, Energy Conservation and Rural Technology; conduct studies, demonstrate, implement and support implementations of schemes and project in these fields and thereby deal with the problems arising out of the rapid depletion of conventional energy sources; update the technologies us

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