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My interaction with ___________ began at end of his third year of undergraduate studies when he approached me for his final year project. Due to his upbeat academic record and a keen interest in communication, I accepted his request to be his project guide. This has given me the opportunity to assess him both academically and personally during the period of past 7 months. SAMPLE LOR  Read More

Sample SOP for Telecommunication

During the last decade, we have witnessed revolutionary changes in the field of Telecommunication in India. Today, mobiles have replaced landlines for many as the primary mode of communication.
The industry has progressed from 1G to 3G and now 4G is gaining prominence. Given the pace of change, technological obsolescence is becoming a serious issue to reckon with coupled with the fact that the implementation of each technology requires sizeable investment into infrastructure, network, etc. In addition, the gestation period of the investment is increasing given the competitive landscape of the industry, where the average revenue per minute is steadily declining.   As a result, the industry is becoming more dynamic and strategy oriented. It requires professionals who not only can understand technology but also can evaluate the same from a business perspective.  My long-term career goal is to lead a telecommunications company focused on generating returns for all stakeholders. It is with this objective in mind that I intend to pursue a Masters in Telecommunications and Networking.

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Telecom Management in India

Telecom Management in India

The telecom revolution has successfully connected even the remotest of areas in India. This achievement is a testament to the entrepreneurial and technical skills of Indians by drawing them to take up challenges of such a nature and to overcome them. The telecom sector provides excellent career prospects with significant growth potentials. One of the fastest growing sectors in the country, the future for telecom professionals is very bright. Professionals in the area of marketing and sales are required to market the products, which include mobile phones, broad-band technology, Internet services, computerised equipment, etc. As a marketing professional, you could be employed mainly with mobile telephone service providers, satellite and cable networks, electronic shops and retail outlets, government and private sector companies etc. IA graduate course in Telecommunication Systems Management offers young engineers with great opportunities especially in India. Telecom Management in India

A programme in telecom management comprises conceptualizing innovative ideas to manage operations and marketing of telecommunications-related technologies. The interdisciplinary programme offers necessary skills to manage telecom networks – voice, video and data. After completion of the programme, the students are expected to comprehend telecom operations in relation to finance, management, regulatory and legal framework. Telecom Management in India

The programme is designed for professionals interested in advanced technical knowledge of applied telecommunications integrated with sound business management knowledge. The key characteristics of the industry include shorter product life cycles, cost pressures, and convergence of technologies, which require professionals capable of effectively managing and addressing the dynamic needs of information and communication technology systems.

The curriculum would include technical subjects like Networking Fundamentals, Telecom Technology Fundamentals, Wireless Technology, Broadband Communication, Convergence, Internetworking Technology, Network Design and Integration and Next Generation Networks and domain specific management subjects like Telecom Network Management, Telecom Business Management, Telecom Project Management, Quality of Service in Telecom, Telecom Security Management, Business Transformation and Case Studies in Telecom Management. Telecom Management in India

Due to the wide scope of telecommunication and broadband technology, the sector has become a host to several players like Airtel, Bharti Telesoft, Dish TV, GTL, Essar Telecom Infrastructure, HCL Infosystems, HCL Technologies, IBM India, Wipro Infotech, TCS E Serve, Reliance Communication, Netcore, Tata Consultancy Services, Time Broadband and Vodafone. Telecom Management in India

Institutes offering courses in the sub domain include: Telecom Management in India

  • Bharti School of Telecommunication Technology and Management, IIT Delhi
  • Symbiosis Institute of Telecom  Management, Pune
  • Amity Institute of Telecom Technology & Management, Noida
  • Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM), Pune
  • International Institute of Petroleum, Telecom & Management
  • International Institute of Telecom Management, Hyderabad
  • MIT School of Telecom Management, Pune Telecom Management in India

Telecommunications Systems Management is an interdisciplinary area of study that seeks to bridge the divide between the technical aspects of communications with the business aspect. The discipline equips students to plan, install and upgrade network hardware and software, manage an up-and-running network, and configure, maintain and troubleshoot computers that are attached to a network.

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