Jobs are back

March 21, 2010

India seems to be in the pink of health. The blush is not one of pink slips, but of economic growth. After the global financial meltdown of October 2008, the economy is back on track. Even as the world economy is struggling to come out of recession, Indian consumers are splurging on cars and consumer goods. And to meet this growth in demand, companies are now investing heavily.

Not surprisingly, the job market is revving up too. Expected to invest $250 billion over the next three years, corporate India’s confidence is back. Believe it or not, close to a million new jobs will be added by the organised sector in 2010-11, an increase of nearly 10 per cent over 2007, a watershed year of sorts for the job market.

The INDIA TODAY-Ma Foi Employment Trends Survey put 11 hot sectors under the scanner to understand how many jobs will be added in 2010 and the top cities that will witness the most job creation.

In order to understand trends and hiring plans, 1,000 companies have been quizzed, across all major industry segments, geographical areas and size in the short and medium term. With economic growth expected to be in the 7 to 8 per cent range, India Inc will create 9,17,000 new jobs in 2010-11. This is a modest estimate, which may well change going forward.

According to a quarterly survey done by international recruitment firm Antal on hiring and firing, about 71 per cent of Indian organisations are hiring in 2010 and 78 per cent are likely to hire managerial staff over the next three months.

No wonder, Indians are the most optimistic people in the world. The optimism is not based on state-sponsored steroids, but domestic demand. Indians believe that they will get better jobs and salary increases this year. Almost as if on cue, the output of India’s factories has been steadily rising in the last two quarters, anticipating an increase in consumption. The index for industrial production has risen 16.8 per cent from a year earlier in January, after expanding by 11.8 per cent in November last year.

Demand for consumer durables, automobiles and telecom services has kept the wheels of Indian manufacturing turning, despite the global slowdown. With an annual production of 2.3 million units, the Indian automobile industry is the ninth largest in the world. Players like Maruti Suzuki and Samsung are expanding their manufacturing capacities and manpower base this year.

The good news does not end there. With a high saving rate of 33 per cent, low urbanisation levels and a young population, India will consume a lot more than all other economies and this will sustain growth in the labour force, capital stock and productivity over the next decade, says Credit Suisse, and the per capita income will triple from $1,050 to $3,400 by 2019.

Even as a consumption economy, India has a lot of catching up to do. While the US consumes $10 trillion worth of goods and services, China consumes $1.4 trillion. India’s consumption is a mere $700 billion, leaving enough headroom for growth, says Anand Sudarshan, chief executive officer and managing director, Manipal Education.

Global think tanks expect India to be among the best performing economies in the new decade. The country is expected to be a $4-trillion economy by 2019.

The view doesn’t look exaggerated given that the Indian economy will clock 7.5 per cent GDP growth this fiscal. Real GDP growth is expected to average 8 per cent per year from 2010 to 2014 and 7.5 per cent per year from 2015 to 2019.

Explains Sachidanand Shukla, chief economist at Enam Securities: “The optimism is back in corporate India and employment growth is coming back too.”

New jobs in a post-Lehman world, however, are coming from new sunrise sectors, and not IT. Given that economic growth is being driven by domestic consumption, industries linked to indigenous demand will rebound faster than those sectors and companies indexed to the US economy like the IT services industry.

With the Indian Government planning to pump in $100 billion into infrastructure development, this sector will see a surge in demand for people in times to come.

The job boom of the last decade was driven mainly by the IT industry, but its share in the total number of new jobs created each year is gradually coming down.

Says Hitesh Oberoi, chief operating officer, Naukri.com: “Bangalore and Chennai are not hot anymore for jobs as both being IT hubs have not yet fully recovered given that the industry’s growth is pegged to the US economy. Non-IT companies are hiring more easily than the information technology businesses.”

The usual suspects like telecom, manufacturing, health, IT and ITEs and hospitality will create new jobs, but there are some dark horses too. For those keen on government jobs, there’s good news as public sector banks are hunting for talent on job portals. Adds Shukla: “PSU banks alone are expected to hire 40,000 people this year.”

Thanks to the massive investments by players in health, hospitality and construction industry, these sectors are also expected to drive employment numbers in the new fiscal. Stay tuned to know what’s hot and what’s not.

MANUFACTURING: Total Employee Base: 55,30,000 New Jobs: 68,000

The resilience of the Indian economy has been effectively demonstrated by the automobile industry. Despite the slowdown, Indians continued to buy cars, motorcycles, mobile phones and consumer goods. From about 4 to 6 per cent growth clocked per annum in the early years of this decade, the sector’s rate of growth has shot up between 9 and 12 per cent in recent years. The consumer electronics sector too has bucked the downturn last year and grown by 10 per cent. In fact, refrigerators and washing machines have grown by 17 per cent in terms of volume, higher than the growth registered in the previous year.

Most of this consumption has been driven by upgradation, which fuelled the demand for high-end products like LCD television sets and front-loading washing machines. A majority of the jobs in manufacturing will, therefore, be created by sectors like automobile and consumer durables.

At present, the auto industry employs around 13 million people in direct and indirect jobs. By an estimate, the Indian automobile industry will create another five million direct and indirect jobs by 2012. This is in line with the Automotive Mission Plan to take the employment level to around 25 million by 2016.

Explains S.Y. Siddiqui, managing executive officer (administration, human resources, finance and IT) at Maruti Suzuki: “We will hire 950 people in 2010-11. Out of this, 350 will be recruited for the shop-floor and the rest will be an equal mix of fresh engineers or MBAs and people with some experience.”

The news is as encouraging for the consumer durables space. Samsung India is targeting a growth of 40 per cent in its sales in 2010 for which the company has begun an aggressive expansion of manpower. Over the last three months, it has hired close to hundred people in the sales, product management, marketing and communication functions.

Says Sanjay Bali, vice-president, corporate human resource, Samsung India: “We have already hired 200 people in the manufacturing area this year and are looking at hiring as we plan our manufacturing investments this year. The company has recruited hundred employees each at its Noida and Chennai plants.”

Going forward, new skills will be required in the manufacturing sector. Skills at ITI levels, education and training on subjects like Six-Sigma and total quality management will be important. Says Surinder Kapur, chairman of Sona Koyo Steering Systems: “A lot more of electronics will be used in manufacturing in times to come, so we will need to attract engineers, rather than them going to the software industry.”

IT AND ITes: Total Employee Base: 17,93,000 New Jobs: 97,000

Having dominated the job market with the greatest number of new job additions year after year, India’s IT and ITES industry is showing signs of stabilising. An indication of this trend is visible at job portals where the share of IT jobs is down from 35 per cent in 2007 to 25 per cent.

NASSCOM estimates that the Indian IT-BPO industry is slated to record 5.5 per cent growth and reach $49.7 billion in the year ending 2009-10. Clearly, the industry is dependent on revival in the US and Europe. This trend is reflected in the recruitment drive of IT majors in business schools and engineering institutes.

While entry level hiring is happening, it’s more need-based. The bench strength of most IT majors is not fully exhausted. Saurabh Govil, senior vice-president (talent engagement and development) at Wipro Technologies, says: “Our hiring will be a mix of campus and, wherever necessary, laterals. We will continue to hire B Sc, BCA and BCM graduates for our Wipro Academy of Software Excellence programme.”

The knowledge-based outsourcing, however, is still going strong. Not only are the KPOs doubling employee strength but are also giving fancy increases as niche talent in legal, pharma and analytic KPOs is still not very easy to find.

Says Pramod Bhasin, president and CEO of Genpact: “As the industry goes up in the value chain, more jobs will be created. These will be from growth in R&D, finance, accounting, retail, supply chain and banking industries.”

HOSPITALITY AND TRAVEL: Total Employee Base: 59,51,000 New Jobs: 1,37,000M

India is expected to add about 15,600 hotel rooms in 2010. And by 2011, 40 new international hotel brands will be operational in India. Add to this, close to 415 projects or 68,480 rooms are under various stages of development and 41 per cent of these projects may start adding to existing inventory from 2010.

Clearly, this is not a small figure and even if one presumes a moderate figure of two people to service per room, the number of people that the sector will need to recruit is 32,000.

In view of the high employment potential of the sector, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has provided investment-linked incentives to the hotel sector, irrespective of the location. The incentive will allow 100 per cent tax deduction on any expenditure on capital (other than land), goodwill and financial instruments.

According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, the tourism industry in India is likely to generate $121.4 billion of economic activity by 2015 and will earn $24 billion in foreign exchange. By 2018, the market for the hospitality industry is expected to double in size. With India all set to host the Commonwealth Games later this year, the hospitality sector has braced itself for a heavy tourist inflow.

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Considering that the sector is targeting 10 million foreign tourists this year, which is twice the number of tourists that came to India in 2008, the need for more rooms is justified. By 2019, about 1.59 crore people will be directly employed.

The Oberoi Group, which plans to recruit 700-800 people across all levels this year, is looking for people with good communication skills, domain knowledge and confidence. The sector will create at least one lakh jobs each year.

REAL ESTATE AND CONSTRUCTION: Total Employee Base: 7,30,000 New Jobs: 1,36,000

India is heading for a mega makeover. The Government has lined up over $100 billion for a new India, which will have world-class airports, roads, highways, ports and bridges.

With Union Minister of Roads and Highways Kamal Nath planning to add 20 km of roads every day, infrastructure is clearly the star industry this year. Revamping the country’s infrastructure will kick off a virtuous cycle of employment-led economic growth.

Ten years ago, the construction industry was not even organised, but now it’s emerging as a sunrise sector. Over the next five years, the cumulative demand in the residential sector will be about 75.43 lakh units, says Cushman & Wakefield.

From unskilled site workers to highly skilled talent like engineers, foremen, crane operators, project managers and architects, this sector is expected to explode with new jobs.

Says Abhisheck Lodha of the Lodha Group: “We are looking at overseas talent. Apart from that we are going to source most of our manpower needs from engineering and management institutes.”

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY: Total Employee Base: 97,15,000 New Jobs: 83,000

India has the largest student population in the world with 13.5 crore children in primary schools. And this large body of students needs educational infrastructure and teaching staff. But the country faces a shortage of at least two lakh schools. In order to meet the demand, a host of new private schools are coming up across India.

As with any sector, education is also witnessing traction as it looks set to be opened up. Be it for vocational training, professional training or coaching, there’s already a surge in allied activities around education, especially by the private sector. With the Government seeking to plug these loopholes, education is set to emerge as a sunrise sector.

The trend is visible in the growth of Educomp Solutions. The company has been growing exponentially and its recruitment plans are quite aggressive if one looks at the hiring numbers across all business verticals of Smart Class (K12 School Solutions), Edureach (ICT division), Eduinfra (setting up schools), IndiaCan (vocational training division), Educomp Raffles (higher education).

Says M.S. Venkatesh, its head of human resources: “Besides specialised skills in content development, we are always looking for training managers, sales executives and managers willing to work in tier II and tier III towns.”

The growth of this sector will be three-pronged, says Sudarshan of Manipal Education. While core education infrastructure, which comprises schools, colleges, vocational institutes and coaching centres, will grow, all services that support the sector like testing, technological support for education, coaching and assessment, will also do well.

HEALTHCARE: Total Employee Base: 33,66,000 New Jobs: 2,95,000

Over the last 18 months, when most industries were busy restructuring operations, cleaning up books or firing, the Indian pharmaceutical and healthcare industry was adding manpower and giving salary increases.

Clearly, health-care is immune to recession and has been growing at 15 per cent. By 2012, medical tourism is expected to contribute $5 billion in foreign exchange earnings to the sector. One of the largest service sector industries in India, it employs four million people at present.

Says Harshvendra Soin, chief people officer, Fortis Healthcare: “Healthcare is a growing and evolving sector in India. Changes in demographics, changing lifestyles and greater insurance penetration have led to an increase in healthcare spending. The industry was $38 billion in 2008-09 and is expected to be close to $76.4 billion in 2012-13. By 2012, it is expected to generate employment for 9 million people.”

In the coming years, over one million beds need to be added to reach a ratio of 1.85 per thousand. Over the next five years, $1 billion is expected to be invested in the healthcare sector.

With such massive capacity coming up in terms of infrastructure, the industry is looking at serious numbers in terms of manpower. If the industry is to achieve a doctor-patient ratio of 1:1,000, it would need six lakh doctors and one million nurses. And if the industry continues to grow at this rate, it has the capacity to create employment for 9 million by 2012.

BFSI: Total Employee Base: 8,52,000 New Jobs: 46,000

Banking and financial services industry (BFSI) may have lost its shine in the post-Lehman world, but the sector remains hot for employment as many public sector banks are increasingly hunting for warm bodies. With 53 being the average age of employees, PSU banks are running out of talent as many would retire in five years. Ergo, these banks are looking to hire over 40,000 people.

While most private banks are still cautious about adding manpower and giving salary increases, the more hungry players such as Axis Bank and Standard Chartered are expanding their footprint and, therefore, also looking at talent.

Says Madhavi Lal, head of human resources, India and South Asia, Standard Chartered: “Hiring has picked up in 2010. We want to expand our corporate and retail banking operations, so we are looking at hiring 2,500 people of which 100 will be from campuses.”

Axis Bank, for instance, is looking at opening 200 new branches in the next one year for which the bank will need 1,500 people. Says Snehomoy Bhattacharya, president, human resources, Axis Bank: “Corporate banking talent along with private wealth management will be big and we will look for talent in these segments.”

HUBS OF FORTUNE

Some are getting up; others stay hit by the recession. A primer on the cities that are the favoured destinations of job-seekers.

MUMBAI: Moderately down

Entertainment up, media remains affected, financial services yet to pick up. Reversal of downward trend in business services; construction sector has bottomed out.

DELHI: Significantly down

Media and business services have taken a big hit. Retail has not recovered yet; financial services and construction sector see some upturn.

BANGALORE:Moderately up

Employment in IT picks up again; retail sector remains adversely affected as players don’t add new stores.Business services continue to do well.

KOLKATA: Moderately up

Signs of revival in the manufacturing and IT. However, business services remain down and media continues to remain adversely affected due to the slowdown.

CHENNAI: Significantly up

Manufacturing and IT are both up significantly, slight improvement in retail and financial services. Situation may improve in the next couple of quarters.

PUNE: Strongly up

Movement from Mumbai to Pune has strengthened due to better infrastructure. IT and manufacturing are strongly up as economy looks up. Construction is hiring again.

HYDERABAD: Strongly down

Political uncertainty has forced some companies to put plans on hold. IT, manufacturing, infrastructure and construction are all down.

AHMEDABAD: Strongly up

Manufacturing sector, business services, media and transport sector all see a strong uptrend as new investments continue to flow into Gujarat.

For those who are looking at a career in banking, it makes sense to enroll into a specialised banking course. In order to get talent that suits their needs, Standard Chartered has a tie-up with the S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, which has a specialised programme in banking and most of the batch has been placed.

Reproduced From India Today. © 2010. LMIL. All rights reserved.

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Interview secrets revealed

March 21, 2010

Ever wondered just which part of the job interviews you give are the most relevant? What exactly ARE you being judged on? And what, exactly, qualifies as a faux pas, given that different individuals react differently to the same things? Cosmo went behind the jobsearch scene and asked five bosses-who inter view all the time for their companies – just what they judge potential employees on!

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During the interview, our focus moves from qualifications to temperament-we look out for a person who can sustain himself/herself under pressure. So much of modern work life is about dealing with pressure, after all! We deliberately ask difficult questions to get a sense of how they’ll hold their ground. Anyone who keeps their nerve through that is at least likely to have a better handle on stress and will, hopefully, bring at least 50% of that ability to the workplace.

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Marketing Manager, Specialities, Dupont

First impressions-when someone first walks in-are of course on overall presentability. Marketing is a peoplefunction; you meet clients and represent a company, and you have to make a positive impression. The other thing we look for is the ability to come up with creative solutions-it could be examples from a previous job or in any aspect of life. Good negotiation skills, references, and prior experience also speak for a lot. For freshers, we go through the process of group discussions and also judge basis their analysis of case studies.

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Chief Editor, Westland Ltd.

Professional qualifications are important, but it’s not necessary to have a first division in English Lit-it’s more important to have a genuine love of books and the willingness to learn. And above all this, I’d look for an ability to get along with people; a person who isn’t into politics or gossip, someone who can roll up their sleeves and work! Of course, it’s not possible to tell all this over one or two meetings, so one goes by instinct and gut feel, and previous references where possible.

Rahul Kanwal

Executive Editor, Headlines Today

The most important thing when hiring for TV, is to determine how hungry the person is to achieve success. Nobody starts with strong technical skills or great contacts. Everyone ends up learning on the job. It’s those who have the strongest desire to succeed, who make the effort to pick up the skills that eventually make them successful. So we try and find candidates who have a strong journalistic fire burning in their belly. Since TV requires strong communication skills, we also lay a lot of emphasis on a person’s ease with language.

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November 18, 2009

Washington, Nov 17 (IANS) India is among five nations that have emerged as key educational destinations for US students wanting to study abroad, a new survey said. With a record number of US students studying abroad, India alongwith China, Japan, South Africa and Argentina have emerged as the most favoured educational destinations. According to the Open Doors 2009 survey by the Institute of International Education released Monday, the number of Americans studying abroad increased by 8.5 percent to 262,416 in the 2007/08 academic year. The survey shows that the number of students to nearly all of the top 25 destinations increased, notably to destinations less traditional for study abroad: China, Ireland, Austria and India (up about 20 percent each), as well as Costa Rica, Japan, Argentina and South Africa (up nearly 15 percent each). At the same time, the number of international students at colleges and universities in the United States increased by 8 percent to an all-time high of 671,616 in the 2008/09 academic year while the number of ‘new’ international students – those enrolled for the first time at a US college or university in fall 2008 – increased by 16 percent. This represents the largest percentage increase in international student enrolments since 1980/81. According to separate joint survey conducted by eight leading higher education associations, overall enrolments of international students increased this autumn at half (50 percent or 348) of responding member campuses. For the first time, the number of institutions reporting increases in students from India do not outweigh those who are reporting declines (29 percent reporting increases and 29 percent reporting declines). When looking specifically at the largest host institutions (those 121 responding institutions enrolling more than 1,000 students), 50 percent of responding institutions are reporting a decline for students from India and only 31 percent are reporting an increase. ‘Despite the economic downturn, many campuses are still seeing increases in international student enrollment for Fall 2009, while others are seeing declines or flattening of enrollments,’ said Allan E. Goodman, President and CEO of the Institute of International Education (IIE). ‘The impact also varies by country, with reported declining enrolments from India and a few other countries offset on many campuses by surging numbers of students coming from China and strong increases from certain other major sending countries,’ he said.

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7. REMOTE CONTROLLED STEPPER MOTOR
8. ULTRASONIC SWITCH
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10. SPEED CHECKER FOR HIGHWAYS
11. ULTRASONIC PROXIMITY DETECTOR
12. ULTRASONIC MOVEMENT DETECTOR
13. VEHICLE SEED MEASUREMENT CONTROL PC BASED
14. SMART CARD FOR ENTRY EMPLOY
15. SECURITY ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM
16. RADAR SYSTEM
17. PRI-PAID ENERGY METER
18. PRI-PAID CAR PARKING SYSTEM
19. ULTRASONIC DISTANCE METER
20. DATA SECURITY SYSTEM
21. DESIGN OF A BUS STATUS IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM
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62. TELEPHONE CALL METER
63. EMERGENCY LIGHT USING CFL
64. WIDE RANG SQUARE WAVE GENERATOR
65. 1 HZ CLOCK GENERATOR
66. REMOTE MUSICAL BELL
67. ELE. TELEPHONE DEMONSTRATOR
68. TELEPHONE CALL COUNTER
69. LED VOLTMETER FOR CAR BATTERY
70. QUALITY FM TRANSMITTER
71. DIGITAL VOLUME CONTROL
72. 99.99 SEC. STOP-CLOCK
73. MULTIPURPOSE DIGITAL COUNTER
74. VERSATILE ON/OFF TIMER
75. SUPER SIMPLE TRIANGULAR TO SINE WAVE GENERATOR
76. DIGITAL FAN REGULATOR
77. TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
78. FREQUENCY GENERATOR
79. SOUND LEVEL INDICATOR FOR STEREO SYSTEM
80. SINGLE-GATE SQUARE WAVE GENERATOR
81. QUICK 741 AND 555 TESTER
82. REGULATE DUAL POWER SUPPLY
83. SENSITIVE FM TRANSMITTER
84. LIGHT CONTROLLED DIGITAL FAN REGULATOR
85. MOVING MESSAGE DISPLAY EPROM BASE
86. PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL TIME SWITCH
87. PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL TIMER CUM CLOCK
88. REMOTE CONTROL AUDIO PROCESSOR
89. HEART BEAT MONITOR
90. AIRPLANE DIRECTION INDICATOR
91. VOICE TRANSMITTER IN POWER LINE AND SWITCHING
92. A SINGLE-CHIP TIMER WITH DIGITAL CLOCK AND CALENDER
93. IMPEDANCE METER
94. REMOTE AUDIO LEVEL INDICATOR
95. MULTICHANNEL TOUCH SWITCH
96. SAW TOOTH WAVE GENERATOR
97. TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED FAN
98. 1 HZ MASTER OSCILLATOR
99. REMOTE TV TESTER
100. CORDLESS INTERCOM
101. REMOTE CONTROLLER ED LAND ROVER –A DIY ROBOTIC PROJECT
102. DIGITAL WEIGHT ACCUMULATOR
103. IR- TO- RF CONVERTER
104. FM RECEIVER USING CXA1619
105. HEAT SENSITIVE SWITCH
106. TRANSISTOR TESTER
107. AUTOMATIC SCHOOL BELL
108. DIGITAL STOP WATER
109. INFRARED INTERRUPTION COUNTER
110. AUTOMATIC ROOM LIGHT CONTROLLER: In this project we use object counter circuit with, auto light on when any body enter in the room and counter display any number, when all the person left the room and counter shows a 0 number on display then only light is off two rays of sensor is install in the door.

PC INTERFACE PROJECTS

1. PC TO PC COMMUNICATION USING IR/FIBER OPTIC CABLE
2. PWM CONTROL OF DC MOTOR USING C++
3. COMPUTERIZED ELECTRICAL APPLAINCE CONTROL
4. DATA ACQUISITION CARD FOR P.C.
5. SIMPLE ANALOGUE INTERFACE FOR P.C.
6. P.C. BASED FUNCTION GENERATOR
7. PC BASED SUN SEEKER
8. COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PC’S USING IR, LASER
9. SIMPLE RELAY AND SENSOR INTERFACE FOR P.C.
10. P.C. BASED DIGITAL CLOCK
11. INTERFACE YOUR PC WITH LIGHT AND FANS
12. P.C. BASED VISITOR COUNTER
13. P.C. BASED TOKEN NUMBER DIS PLAYER
14. PC BASE TRANSISTOR LEAD IDENTIFIER
15. PC BASED STEPPER MOTOR CONTROLLER
16. PC BASED DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROLLER
17. P.C. BASED 7-SEGMENT ROLLING DISPLAY
18. PC. BASED DC MOTOR SPEED CONTROLLED
19. PC BASED ROBOTIC ARM
20. P.C. BASED TIMER
21. P.C. BASED MULTILEVEL CAR PARKING

MICROCONTROLLER BASED PROJECTS

1. FASTEST-FINGER-FIRST USING 89C51
2. MICRO PROCESSOR BASED REVERSIBLE D.C. MOTOR CONTROL
3. MOVING MESSAGE DISPLAY 8085 MICROPROCESSOR
4. PC16F84- BASED CODED DEVICE SWITCHING SYSTEM
5. STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL USING 89C51
6. MIC-89C51 MONITORING SYSTEM
7. MANUAL AT 89C51 PROGRAM
8. AT 89C2051 BASED COUNTDOWN TIMER
9. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED CODE LOCK USING AT 89C2051
10. LCD FREQUENCY METER USING 89C2051
11. CALLER ID UNIT USING MICRO-CONTROLLER
12. PIC 18 F 84 MICRO-CONTROLLER BASE CODE DEVICE SWITCH SYSTEM
13. MICROPROCESSOR-BASED HOME SECURITY SYSTEM
14. STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL USING 89C51 MICRO-CONTROLLER
15. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED TEMPERATURE METER
16. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED HEARTBEAT MONITOR
17. RS232 ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER USING AT89C51 MCU
18. ULTRASONIC RANGEFINDER USING PIC MICRO CONTROLLER
19. CALLER- ID UNIT USING MICRO CONTROLLER
20. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED PATHFINDER
21. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED ROBOT.
22. MICRO CONTROLLER MOVING MESSAGE DISPLAY
23. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED RELAY SWITCHING
24. MICRO CONTROLLER AUTO DIALER USING GSM.
25. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED WATER LEVER INDICATOR
26. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED WIRELESS HOME AUTOMATION
27. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED RADAR SYSTEM
28. MULTI CHANNEL INFRA RED CONTROL 4 different point 89c2051 micro controller in transmitter and receiver, using infra red technique.
29. MOVING MESSAGE DISPLAY : 89c51 micro controller Led matrix,
30. Digital clock with alarm: using 89c51 micro controller
31. TRAFFIC LIGHT WITH DOWN COUNTER : all the four sides of the road with one side counter display using 89c51 micro controller circuit.
32. ULTRASONIC DISTANCE METER USING MICRO CONTROLLER
33. PRE-PAID CAR PARKING SYSTEM
34. MULTILEVEL CAR PARKING BY MCU
35. MICRO CONTROLLER TEMPERATURE METER
36. ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER USING AT89C51 MCU
37. INFRARED REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
38. ULTRASONIC MOVEMENT DETECTOR
39. MICRO CONTROLLER BASED TACHOMETER
40. MCU BASED VISITOR COUNTER
41. PWM CONTROL OF DC MOTOR USING 89C51
42. AN INTELLIGENT AMBULANCE CAR WHICH CONTROL TO TRAFFIC LIGHT
43. PRE-PAID ENERGY METER
44. MICROC CONTROLLER BASED LINE FOLLOWER OR TRACING ROBOT
45. AUTOMATED WALKING ROBOT CONTROLLED BY MCU
46. AUTO BRAKING SYSTEM
47. AUTOMATIC RAILWAY CROSSING GATE CONTROLLER

ROBOTIC & ELECTOR-MECHANICAL CONTROL BASED PROJECTS

1. ROBOTIC ARM INTERFACING WITH PC/MCU/ IR/RF
2. HYDRAULIC LIFT
3. LINE FOLLOWER OR TRACING ROBOT
4. AUTOMATED WALKING ROBOT
5. DIGITAL SPEED MEASUREMENT SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILE
6. LIFT CONTROL USING PC AND MCU
7. ESCALATOR LIFT USING PC & MCU
8. PATH FINDER MOBILE ROBOT
9. MULTILEVEL CAR PARKING LIFT USING MCU
10. AUTOMATIC RAILWAY CROSSING GATE CONTROLLER
11. AUTO REJECTION + CONVEYOR BELT SYSTEM
12. AUTO JACK MACHINE
13. AUTO BRACK SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILE
14. PADDLE CONTROLLED WASHING MACHINE
15. HYDRO ELECTRICITY
16. WIND ELECTRICITY
17. ELECTRICITY FROM SPEED BRAKER
18. SOLAR SUN SEEKER
19. ROBOTIC CRANE WITH UP/DOWN & CIRCULAR MOTION

Computer science Projects:

  1. Development of a feature-rich, practical online leave management system (LMS)
  2. Development of a practical Online Help Desk (OHD) for the facilities in the campus
  3. Development of an auto-summarization tool
  4. Development of an agent-based information push mechanism
  5. Development of a feature-rich, practical online on-request courses coordination system (ORS)
  6. Development of an online Library Management System (LiMS)
  7. Development of an online Sales and Inventory Management System (SIMS)
  8. Development of a feature-rich, Employee Transfer Application
  9. Development of a feature-rich, Resume Builder Application
  10. Development of a safe and secure Internet banking system( Java based) OR Banking System in Visual Basic( Stand Alone)
  11. Development of a feature-rich, practical online intranet knowledge mgmt system for the college (KMS).
  12. Development of a feature-rich, practical online application for the Training and Placement Dept. of the college
  13. Development of a Repository and Search Engine for Alumni of College (RASE)
  14. Development of a split screen application for the data entry of the shipments.
  15. Development of a Campaign Information System
  16. Development of an e-Post Office System
  17. Development of a Lost Articles and Letters Reconciliation System
  18. Student Project Allocation and Management with Online Testing System (SPM)
  19. Development of a user friendly ,feature-rich, practical Online Testing System (OTS).
  20. Development of a feature-rich, practical Resource Management System (RMS)
  21. Development of a feature rich, practical online Tickets reservation system for Cinema halls.
  22. Development of a feature rich, practical Time table generation system for a college.
  23. Development of a user friendly ,feature-rich, practical Appraisal Tracker
  24. Development of Effort Tracker System
  25. Development of a feature-rich, practical “Web Enabled Estate Agent”(WEEA)
  26. Development of a Web Based Mail Client
  27. Development of a work flow based Complaint Management System (where the complaints are received through emails)
  28. Development of an application for receiving orders for printing digital photographs
  29. Development of a work flow based purchase request approval system
  30. Development of a Defect Tracking System (DTS)
  31. Development of a Product Master Maintenance system
  32. Development of a Recipe Management System
  33. Development of a feature-rich Employee Separation System (E-Separation System)
  34. Development of a Miles Acquisition System (MAS)
  35. Development of a Network packet sniffer
  36. Development of a Web Based Meeting Scheduler
  37. Development of an Employee Cubicle Management System
  38. Development of a web based Stationery Management System
  39. Development of an Online Course Portal for a campus
  40. Development of an Online Auctioning Shop for a campus/organization
  41. Solving system of linear equations using parallel processing
  42. Design and development of Point Of Sale [ POS ]
  43. Design and development of Speed Cash System [ SCS ]
  44. Development of a feature-rich, practical Online Survey Tool (OST)
  45. Development of a Web/Email based Search Engine
  46. Development of a web-based Recruitment Process System for the HR group for a company
  47. Development of a Budget Approval System
  48. File system simulation
  49. Development of a Network Print Spooler
  50. Development of a HTTP Caching Proxy Server

C****ell University: Final Year Project For ECE Department

For Abstract and full details of this project please leave a comment here if you want any of the project. I have full procedure along with design and block diagram of the below projects. I got it through some university.

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  1. ATmega644 JTAG Debugger
  2. Ultrasonic Haptic Vision
  3. Haptic appointment manager
  4. 3D ultrasonic mouse
  5. 3D scanner
  6. Gesture Recognition Based on Scratch Inputs
  7. LED Sensor Keyboard
  8. Touchpad/Infrared Music Synthesizer
  9. Programmable Synthesized Guitar
  10. Der Kapellmeister
  11. IR harp
  12. Digital Receipts System
  13. ODB-II Automotive data interface
  14. Traction control system
  15. ACL Research: Foot Acceleration Sensor
  16. Fart Intensity Detector
  17. Dual-Channel Mobile Surface Electromyograph
  18. Tissue Impedance Digital Biopsy
  19. GPS Data Logger with Wireless Trigger
  20. Self-Adjusting Window Shade
  21. Weather Canvas
  22. Autonomous Self-parking car
  23. Holonomic Drive Vehicle with Stochastic Evolution
  24. Ball Picker Robot
  25. Balance Bot
  26. Snake arm Multiple PID motor controller
  27. Electric Etch
  28. POV display
  29. POV display
  30. Alarm clock with speech synthesis
  31. Blackout game
  32. ESD Foam Touch Controlled Brick Blaster
  33. NES emulator
  34. Laser Audio Transmitter
  35. Voice Tuner
  36. Wireless music player
  37. Multi sensor Data Transmission
  38. Heliostat (MP4)
  39. Wii Conductor
  40. Tic Tac Toe with CMOS Camera
  41. Robot Plotter

Few list of Offshore Software Development Projects

.NET PROJECT TITLE

  1. Virtual Job Search Engine generation and maintenance
  2. Virtual job mailer system
  3. I-Connect Streaming Media Chronicles
  4. Quality centric task mapper
  5. Global Solutions for wiki management (GSWN)
  6. North East west south global unified Reporting utility ( NEWS GURU)
  7. Integrator – A progressive Immensity populating mailer
  8. Community portal for social networking and synthesis.
  9. Performance analysis of production engine by logs ( PALEL ).
  10. Deployed sustaining software enhancement Defect chronicle tracker. – Error Log
  11. Semantic Web Service on Query Based System for Automatic invocation
  12. voice diffusion System
  13. Privacy preserving data mining system
  14. Network signature based on intrusion detection system
  15. Web content adaptation
  16. Distributed middleware for web services using advanced secured system
  17. Dynamic load Balance for Distributed mobile mining.
  18. Mining prefecting and caching for network storage System
  19. Real Syndicate feeding and Analysis of Data
  20. Classified maintenance and process control system using SOA
  21. Video Synthesis and monitoring System
  22. Banyan Trade Capture System
  23. Graphical Models and Animation Synthesis and control System
  24. Advertisement Tracking System Using SOA
  25. Wireless Medium Control and monitoring Process
  26. Infrared communication and enhancement process
  27. Global Product development and control system
  28. E-Blotter for mobile shop management Tool
  29. Mobile Shop Maintenance System Using Desktop Application
  30. Open Source Data Feeding System Using Web 2.0
  31. Management Information Maintenance process using AJAX Tool Kit
  32. Web Portal Real Time Operational Client Relationship Management System
  33. Unveils Strategic framework for client relationships and monitoring system
  34. Web Portal Real Time Operational cognitive Content Management System
  35. Information Barrier and Control Program Implementation
  36. Procuring Information and reconciliation maintenance system
  37. Information Control System Using .Net
  38. Mortgage controller and Trade Capture System
  39. Dynamic Demand Resource management Framework using Web 2.0
  40. Multi-Million Dollar maintenance Using WLS Algorithms
  41. White Labeling System
  42. Semantic Web Service on Query Based System for Automatic invocation
  43. Integration of Data source for answering Semantic Web Service
  44. Work In Progress management System
  45. I-Recruit monitoring System
  46. Chit-chat generation and discussion analysis Process
  47. Eblotter management and code endeavour control system
  48. Aurora system for job mailer and scheduler Networks
  49. Security oriented chat scheduler for heterogeneous Distributed system
  50. Real-time Blog generation and control access and denial system
  51. Global Assets management system using makespan constraint in uncertain environment
  52. Automatic Image processing system using web 2.0
  53. Information Streaming process and security control system using SOA

JAVA Project Titles

  1. DDos (Distributed Denial of Service) Using Throttle Algorithm
  2. LAN Monitoring System using Throttle Algorithm
  3. Load Balancing Using Proxy Server
  4. MANET-Global Connectivity for Mobile IPv6-based Ad Hoc Networks
  5. Analysis Of Web Page Viewing From Customer And Performance Enhancement(Web-mining)
  6. SHORT-TIME BAND-WIDTH TARIFF INCREASE FOR ADAPTIVE APPLICATIONS
  7. Cryptography and Stenographer
  8. Inventory Deluxe
  9. Proxy Server
  10. Supervising Secret key agreement in a level based hierarchy
  11. Secured Data Communication using algorithm (or) BSF Encoding Decoding
  12. Smart Communication Suite
  13. Transliteration
  14. Model Management
  15. Media streaming
  16. Medical Diagnostic System
  17. Right protection for catero logical data

ISRO Placement Papers For Sci/Engg

April 18, 2010

ISRO scientific and engineering placement papers are available for downloading. Here only papers of Instrumentation, Electronics, Mechanical can be found.

Mechanical: (MECH)

Electronics: (ECE, EI, IE)

Computer Science (CSE) And Information Technology (IT)

  1. Model Question Paper 1.
  2. Model Question Paper 1.