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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