Polishing Engineers of Electronics: Naveen Kumar (CEO EMTECH FOUNDATION)

New Delhi, India (PressExposure) September 02, 2014 -- In an interview for "ELECTRONICS FOR YOU" in 2011, Naveen Kumar, CEO EMTECH FOUNDATION, highlights the needs of industrial and education gap and how they are filling spaces to create skilled employment in electronics industries. He specifies Electronic engineer are looking for training centre that provides in depth in embedded system domain and hardware design. But are unable to find any institute that fulfils their desire to learn latest technologies and ensured employment in embedded sector. With engineering colleges mushrooming everywhere, students face less competition in getting admission, resulting in lesser attention to fundamentals. Engineering colleges too are not able to provide right resources for their technical skills development.

When asked about scope of embedded system he adds that at present India's exports embedded system worth $5 billion. The domestic market has immense potential of growth in embedded system sector that means more opportunities for aspiring electronics engineer. More exposure and hands on training can boost individual career.

Naveen kumar ensures that EMTECH is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company and provide certification which is highly reputed in industry. EMTECH FOUNDATION is an Authorised Training Partner of Microchip Technology Inc., USA in India. EMTECH has partnerships with companies across telecom, energy metering and industrial electronics verticals. In the past, students have been placed at ABB, BARCO, Delphi, Pentair Water, BEL, STMicroelectronics, Toradex, Bosch and many more domestic companies.

He adds that EMTECH provides curriculum for fulfilling need of undergraduate and graduate electronics engineering student. Emtech Foundation has specialised training programmes in embedded system for engineering students, freshers and working professionals. These courses include Career Foundation Programme (CFP), Summer Training and Essence Programme(STEP), Winter Rapid Action Programme(WRAP), Working Professional Programme(WPP) AND PCB Designing Programme. These programmes are designed for different interest and priorities. Career Foundation Program-CFP is designed for fresh graduates engineering students who are looking for job surety in core electronic companies and technical knowledge. STEP focuses for engineering student to get a feel of industrial work environment. WRAP is a short programme specially designed for students who have knowledge about microcontrollers. WPP trains professional in 8/16/32 microcontrollers, embedded C programming, DSP and RTOS.

Naveen kumar, who is an experienced person in electronics and embedded industries for 11+ years, signifies the requirement of qualification for electronics engineers in embedded market. He advised that 'One should have a sound understanding of hardware design, microcontrollers/microprocessors, assembly/C Language programming and domain knowledge for which the embedded system needs to be designed. Exposure to PCB designing would be an added advantage.

On asked to industrial exposure, Naveen Kumar clarifies further; the industrial project is a part of every training module. The courses make the students industry ready. As motto is the technical upliftment of students, EMTECH also regularly conduct technical/robotics workshops at different colleges to make the students aware of the latest technologies. And today, it has become a trusted and resourceful embedded system training company.

Emtech foundation has been encouraging and helping students to become skilled engineer and providing sure employement.

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