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information science or instrumentation technology

By San.srivatsa ·
I want to know the different job opertunities in both fields and which of the two is well recognised by mncs worldwide?

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If what you say

by santeewelding In reply to information science or in ...

Is the extent of what your mind is able to contain, I don't see how an answer would fit.

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pls help me

by San.srivatsa In reply to If what you say

i hav engineering counselling in about 8 hrs frm now. i am confused choosing between info science and instrumentation technology. can u pls lemme know which has greater job potential globally n which is better paid ?i can adjust to both n i am superb in math and physics and quite sure that i can handle any of them. pls help .........

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With the proliferation of computers

by NickNielsen In reply to pls help me

there isn't much difference between the two any more. If you enjoy the math and physics, I'd suggest the instrumentation tech.

To see some of what is involved in instrumentation/measurements, browse the white papers at Fluke or Agilent.

http://www.home.agilent.com/agilent/home.jspx?cc=US&lc=eng#library
http://us.fluke.com/usen/Support/Library/default.htm

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thanx

by San.srivatsa In reply to With the proliferation of ...

thanks a lot u made my job a lot easier

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My counselling was great!!!!

by San.srivatsa In reply to With the proliferation of ...

hey thanx once again
i took ur advice and also did some comprehensive research and finally chose instrumentation tech in the best college in bangalore UVCE

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Glad to help < nt >

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