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The complete course gets covered in 8 semesters. The first year of undergraduate studies is common for all branches of engineering. It’s only when you reach the 3rd semester that the focus shifts on the core subjects of your branch. Electronics and communication engineering involves principles on transmission of information and signals through channels like optical fibre or co-axial cables. It also involves equipment such as routers, switches and electronic switching mechanisms. Some of the topics that you will study in this course are networks, electronic devices, analog & digital circuits, signals & systems, communications, control systems and electromagnetics.
Electronics and communication engineers get the opportunity to work in a number of fields as mentioned earlier in the overview. Ample opportunities are existing in both private and public firms. For graduate engineers, there are openings in the government sector, in the three arms of the defence services and in organizations like DRDO, ISRO, BEL, BSNL and others. Some of the reputed private sector companies in this field are Siemens, Motorola, Texas, Tech Mahindra, HCL Technologies, nVIDIA, Philips etc. There is a wide scope for higher education too. M.E, M.Tech and M.S. are few such options. Many students go for a highly rewarding research based career after doing Ph.D in this field. Going abroad is also a very good option. A few career options are Network Engineer, Network Administrator, System Analyst, Telecom Engineer, Electronics Engineer and so on.
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