The above PhD program is very much suitable to those preparing for a career in advance research in the field of electronics and telecommunication. Those seeking a leadership role in this field or planning for an academic career, grooming and mentoring the next generation of technocrats, for them too it is a highly effective program. By undertaking this course you will be able to get into state-of-the-art research work in this high potential field. It is expected that in the years to come, the field of electronics and telecommunication will see much more rapid progress and will sort of revolutionize the entire telecommunication sector.
Eligibility and course duration
A master’s or an M.Phil degree in the field of electronics and telecommunication or other related field with at least 55% marks in aggregate. Selections for the program are through entrance test and interview.
Duration of the program is around 3-5 years.
More about the course
The aim of the PhD program is to take you to the forefront of knowledge in the field of electronics and telecommunication. Electronics and telecommunication is one of the most-in-demand field. We are seeing rapid changes in the technology front in this field, providing scholars the opportunities to come up with new theories and ideas. The PhD program is mainly research intensive, especially from the beginning of the 3rd semester. The coursework that one needs to complete in the first year of the program has papers on research methodology and subject areas. Under the guidance of a research guide one may seek to undertake research work in a host of areas concerned with electronics and telecommunication. Some such areas are signal processing, circuit theory, system designs, design of telecommunication networks, radio technology, acoustics and electro-optics. Then there are other leading topics on nanoscience, carbon nanotubes, embedded systems, robotics, etc. that are driving most of the research work in this field.
Job opportunities and prospects
Some of the latest research work is being carried out in laboratories around the world in this sector. There are numerous opportunities in organizations abroad to carry out research at an international level. One may even have a worthwhile career in colleges and universities teaching at graduate and post graduate levels. The electronics and telecommunication industry, both in the private and the government sector, provides for jobs with a leadership role in designing, planning, production and operations.
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