NOC Engineer, Provisioning Engineer, Monitoring & Reporting Engineer, Network Engineering Manager, Network Administrator

Minimum Preferably Diploma

Certified training for Network Management Engineer (programme aligned to TEL/Q6302 released by Telecom Sector Skill Council)

0 4 Years of hands on experience in Networking

The tasks a Network Management Engineer is expected to perform include: Launching Network Management System (NMS)Provisioning of end to end unprotected circuit

Provisioning of end to end protected circuit

Activating circuit

Deactivating and deleting circuit

Knowledge of basic LINUX commands

Equipped to validate TMF814 standards

Familiar with basic My

Sql and simple Java commands

Knowledge of configuration of Server and Client

Knowledge of PDH and SDH technology

Knowledge of mapping and multiplexing technology of SDH

Proficiency in optical Add-Drop Multiplexers

Knowledge about basic equipment design and application

Well versed on application scenario of Network Management System

Experience in optical Fiber transmission

Competent in understanding functions of attenuators

Knowledge about functionality of test equipment

Training in L1 (SDH, DWDM), L2 (Switching, Routing) Technologies, Basics of Linux, Java and My


Good communication skills

Team Player

Ability to multitask


Taking initiatives

Attention to detail

Excellent problem-solving capabilities Quantitative abilities

Interpersonal skills

It is not a desk job

Work from home option is available

Part-time work and contractual jobs are available Local travelling may be part of this job role

Need to handle a team Working hours

Working hours are 9/10 hours everyday for 5/6 days a week. This may vary from company to company

Shift system is not available

Being self-employed is also an option. In this case, the working hours and days will be flexible

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?Maybe

This job is considered mildly hazardous or dangerous Occupational hazards include vision problems, slips, falls, back pain, etc.Health risks include exposure to extreme temperatures, noise, electric and magnetic fields, live power lines, etc.

For freshers - INR 8,000 to INR 10,000 per month For candidates with 1/2 yearsexperience - INR 12,000 to INR 15,000 per month For candidates with over 2 yearsexperience INR 20,000 to INR 25,000 per month(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Current and Future Trends of Telecom Sector in India

Telecom is one of the fastest-growing industries in India. Today India stands as the second-largest telecommunications market in the world. The mobile phone industry in India would contribute US$ 400 billion in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) of the country in 2014. This sector which is growing exponentially is expected to generate about 4.1 million additional jobs by 2020, as per Groupe Speciale Mobile Association (GSMA). India?s Global System for Mobile (GSM) operators had 4.14 million rural subscribers as of January 2014, bringing the total to 285.35 million.

Data traffic powered by third generation (3G) services grew at 146 per cent in India during 2013, higher than the global average that saw usage double, according to an MBit Index study by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). This great leap in both number of consumers as well as revenues from telecom services has not only provided sufficient contribution in Indian GDP growth but also provided much needed employment to Indian youth.

The Broadband services user-base in India is expected to grow to 250 million connections by 2017, according to GSMA. It also expects to see increased mobile Broadband penetration in India, with over 250 million on either 3G /4G by 2017. This has turned tide for the telecom sector in India, as growth and profitability has accelerated in recent times. Tower companies are reaping benefits of a turnaround in the sector as operators have started investing in networks to boost data penetration. The ongoing expansion of the mobile ecosystem, coupled with demand for high-bandwidth applications and services such as video and gaming, is keeping pressure on the industry to increase the availability and quality of Broadband connectivity. Carriers will continue to pursue technological advancements to handle demand, including offloading some mobile bandwidth needs to Wi-Fi, which is proving an effective complement to mobile networks. At the same time, long-term spectrum availability, spectrum efficiency, small cells and continued backhaul improvements are likely to be a key focus to assure continued mobile Broadband momentum. This would translate to an incremental human resource requirement of about 4 million to 4.1 million in coming years.

Industry body NASSCOM predicts that the sector will create 375,000 new jobs by 2013 most of them for networking professionals.

Telecom service providers across India

IT and ITe

S companies across India

Electronics and IT hardware companies across India

Maximum numbers of job openings are available in Chennai, Pune, Bengaluru, Delhi, Tamil Nadu and other Metro cities.

Not Applicable

NIELIT, Jetking centres across India

Ashoka Institute Of Technology & Management,Ashoka Engineering Chauraha, Paharia, Sarnath, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221007,

Amiraj College Of Engineering & Technology

SH 17, Khoraj, Gujarat 382170

Sidhartha Institute Of Engineering & Technology (Polytechnic)Surya Vihar, Ektaguda, Koraput

Bundelkhand Institute Of Engineering & Technology Jhansi,Kanpur Road NH-25, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh 284128,

Dr Samuel George Institute Of Engineering & Technology,Darimadugu Village, Prakasam Dist, Markapur, Andhra Pradesh 523316

Sir Issac Newton College Of Engineering And Technology,Velankanni Road, Pappakoil, Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu 611102