I complete my bachelor of Technology in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with good grades in 2016 from a private university in India. I have about a year of work experience in the power as well as construction industry (which includes seven months of work as an Electrical Engineer) during my studies as summer training and after graduation. Soon I left the job to prepare my self for bank exams but failed to crack. My courses focused in electrical machines, power system, control systems, communication systems. I have my Indian citizenship.
Long before my graduation I have been searching for jobs in Electrical engineering streams. My interest is more towards electrical engineering (construction, electrical machines, power engineering). But I have been applying for all types of jobs.
In the August or so of 2016, I started getting few phone interview calls for software jobs. Software is really not my interest. Anyway, those interviews went ok, some companies never got back, some promised for another interview and never got back. Only recently I have been getting few interview calls for electrical engineering jobs. Most of the interviews go really good, they even say that they want to meet me one more time, some even take the references, but no response.
I am with my mother, and I have some savings...so I am even willing to travel to a different province for an interview. I mention this in some of my cover letters (and counsellors have checked my application material, etc.) Now its been more than a year I have been looking. I am even willing to get out of country job, like in USA, Australia, New Zealand. I have some savings. I just want to get my foot in the job market.
Kindly help me... 14th June 2017 From India, Noida
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