Ever since the first vacuum tube diode was developed, the field of electronics has grown tremendously, both in terms of technology as well as applications. There is almost no field today, whether it is communications, instrumentation, power generation, computers, healthcare, manufacturing, defence or entertainment, which is untouched by electronics. Electronic systems, components and circuits are these days much powerful, efficient and reliable compared to say what it was decades or even years back. With improvements in technology more such developments are to occur in this field in the near future. Systems, homes, offices and even entire cities are going smart and electronics plays a crucial role in this transformation. The field is thus an exciting place for a rewarding career.
Eligibility and course duration
B.E./B.Tech or AMIE in Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Electrical and Electronics or Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. Admissions are based on entrance tests.
Duration of the course is 2 years.
More about the course
This postgraduate course on electronics broadens your understanding on a wide range of topics such as logic circuits, integrated circuits, digital electronics, power electronics, control theory, electromagnetic theory, VLSI, embedded systems, computer architecture and so on. It also widens your knowledge about the fundamentals of communication engineering and other specialized areas like network engineering, information electronics, microelectronics, digital media systems and more. The course thus helps you specialize in a niche area depending upon your area of interest or experience. Embedded systems technology is a rapidly growing field that has applications in every modern equipment from mobile phones, automobiles, cameras and ovens to many more. About this technology, you learn how to design and develop hardware and software components on a printed circuit board.
The field of electronics has applications in diverse fields. Professionals from this field are required in energy generation, telecommunications, radio & television broadcasting, medical electronics, aviation, aerospace, mass rapid transit systems, IT sector, computers and a host of other fields. One also has opportunities in the banking sector, entertainment industry, multimedia and in public sector undertakings like BEL, BHEL, NTPC and others. DRDO and ISRO are very good for research and development. There are well placed jobs in the manufacturing industries too. The armed forces also provides bright career opportunities as defence officers. There are lots of research opportunities in the field too. One can endeavor to join a PhD program, if one has interest in continuing a research based career.
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