(by Samarpita Ganguly)
A View on Techno Carrier –
Drone Technology can be an interesting career option for everyone provided your qualification is 10+2 and age should be 18. And for students who are pursuing Engineering degree or have become Engineers, they already have a technical background and on top of that if a diploma certificate is added on one of the latest cutting-edge technology like APPLIED DRONE TECHNOLOGY, then no career option can be as impressive as this one. And trust me, the ladder of success will be much closer to them in comparison with your experience.
A new report from PwC finds that drones could replace $127 billion worth of human labour and services across several industries. Some evidence even suggests that today's technology could replace 45% of jobs right now. Another report shows that the drone services market is estimated at USD 4.4 billion 2019 and is projected to reach USD 63.6 billion by 2025, at a CARG of 55.9% from 2019 to 2025. A report from BIS Research predicts that the market for commercial end-use of drones might supersede the military market by 2021, cumulatively hitting approx. 900 million USD.6.
So, it is quite evident from the reports that there is a glorious career opportunity for the DRONE PILOTS or DRONE ENGINEERS. So, if anyone is from engineering background plus, he is also flaunting on his/her resume about the diploma on Drone Technology, he/she can very soon can attract the attention of the recruiters and can be placed in any good engineering or construction field in their own field of education.
So, keeping this view on mind, we have conducted a seminar on DRONE TECHNOLOGY, with the 1st year engineering students at DR. Sudhir Chandra Sur Degree Engineering College dated on 7th 8/12/2019 SEMINAR ON APPLIED DRONE TECHNOLOGY. The engineering students were from different streams say Electrical, Mechanical, Automobile etc.