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Do you like juggling with resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors and get a kick playing with electronic circuitry? With rapid growth in semiconductor devices, ICs and microprocessors, the future is going to be all about electronics. Thus a career in electronics can be very rewarding for all those very much inclined towards this field.


Overview

With ever increasing dependence on sophisticated electronic systems, both in the industries and at home, electronics has become a field offering exciting career opportunities to those trained in designing, making and maintaining them. Electronics has a lot to do with electricity. Basic knowledge about electrical fundamentals will go a long way in helping you cruise through these courses seamlessly. From home appliances, medical, communication, robotics, control systems, remote sensing and even manufacturing, it has varied applications in diverse fields. Electronic professionals along with computer engineers are bringing a revolution in the field of telecommunication and computers.

Eligibility

From diplomas to degree, a host of courses and programs are available in this field. The minimum qualification required is a pass in 12th standard with physics, chemistry and maths as the main subjects. Those with a degree in electronics engineering can always opt for a master’s and doctoral programs in the concerned stream.



 

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Electronics Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Electronics courses for 2019 - 2020 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Electronics course.

  1. A.M.I.E.T.E Electronics & Communication Engineering
  2. B Tech Electronics
  3. B.E Digital Electronics
  4. B.E Electronic Instrumentation & Control Engineer
  5. B.E Electronics & Communication Engineering
  6. B.E Electronics & Communication Engineering (Marine)
  7. B.E Electronics & Tele-Communication Engineering
  8. B.E Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
  9. B.E Electronics Engineering
  10. B.E Medical Electronics
  11. B.E Robotics
  12. B.E Tele Communication Engineering
  13. B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  14. B.E.Power Electronics
  15. B.Sc EEM
  16. B.Sc Electronic Technology & Computers
  17. B.Sc Electronics
  18. B.Sc Electronics & Communication Systems
  19. B.Sc in Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science
  20. B.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation
  21. B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  22. B.Tech Electronics and Biomedical Engineering
  23. B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
  24. B.Tech Electronics and Computer Engineering (ECM)
  25. B.Tech Electronics and computers
  26. B.Tech Electronics and Control Systems Engineering
  27. B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
  28. B.Tech Electronics and Tele-Communication Engineering
  29. B.Tech Mechatronics Engineering
  30. B.Tech Medical Electronics
  31. B.Tech. Electronics and Communications Engineering
  32. BE Electronics and Microprocessors
  33. BE ETRX
  34. Certification Electronic Mechanic
  35. Certification Electronic Repair & Maintenance
  36. Certification VLSI Design
  37. Dip. Medical Electronics
  38. Diploma Electronics & Tele-communication
  39. Diploma Electronics & Video Engineering
  40. Diploma Electronics and Avionics
  41. Diploma Electronics and Instrumentation
  42. Diploma Electronics Engineering (DEE)
  43. Diploma Electronics Production Technology
  44. Diploma General Electronics
  45. Diploma in Clinical Neurophysiology Technology
  46. Diploma in Digital Electronics
  47. Diploma Industrial Electronics
  48. M.E Remote Sensing.
  49. M.E Applied Electronics
  50. M.E Avionics
  51. M.E Digital Communication and Networking
  52. M.E Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  53. M.E Electronics & Digital Systems
  54. M.E Electronics and Telecommunications
  55. M.E Embedded System Technologies
  56. M.E Medical Electronics
  57. M.E Microelectronics
  58. M.E Power Electronics & Drives
  59. M.E Power Systems
  60. M.E VLSI Design
  61. M.E. Electronics and Control Engineering
  62. M.Phil Photonics
  63. M.Phil. Electronics
  64. M.Sc Applied Electronics
  65. M.Sc Bioelectronics and Biosensors
  66. M.Sc Electronic Media
  67. M.Sc Electronic Science
  68. M.Sc Electronics
  69. M.Sc Embedded Systems
  70. M.Sc. (Electronic & Instrumentation)
  71. M.Tech Applied Electronics and Instrumentation
  72. M.Tech Communication Systems
  73. M.Tech Digital & Wireless Communication Engineerin
  74. M.Tech Digital Electronics
  75. M.Tech Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  76. M.Tech Electrical Power System
  77. M.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
  78. M.Tech Electronics Engineering
  79. M.Tech Embedded Systems
  80. M.Tech Laser and Electro Optical Engineering
  81. M.Tech Mechatronics
  82. M.Tech Micro Electronics & Control Systems
  83. M.Tech Nanoelectronics
  84. M.Tech Opto-Electronics and Laser Technology
  85. M.Tech Power Electronics
  86. M.Tech VLSI system design
  87. MS Electrical Engineering
  88. MS Electronics and Communication Engineering
  89. MS Embedded Systems
  90. PG Diploma in Embedded System and VLSI Design
  91. PG Diploma Industrial Automation System Design
  92. PGD VLSI and embedded system
  93. Ph.D Electronics and Communication Engineering
  94. Ph.D Electronics and Telecommunication
  95. Ph.D Embedded Systems
  96. Ph.D. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  97. Ph.D. Electronics
  98. PhD VLSI Design
  99. Post Graduate Diploma Electronics and Instrumentation
  100. Post Graduate Diploma Electronics Engineering (PGDEE)
  101. Post Graduate Diploma VLSI Design


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More about electronics

For establishing oneself in this field, one needs to have a broad understanding of the various subjects covered under these courses. At the same time one has to commit oneself to a lifelong learning process because of the rapid advancements in electronics and the ever increasing diversity of applications with every passing year. Electronics deals with the physics of electrons in vacuum, gas or semiconductors. One begins with fundamentals like current, voltage, resistance and ohm’s law. One then gradually proceeds with semiconductors, transistors, oscillators, amplifiers, digital circuits, networks, signal systems, etc. At later semesters, students go through subjects like designing electronic circuits, integrated circuits, microprocessors, computer architecture, digital communication, signal processing, fibre optics and so on.


Jobs in electronics

From private industries to public sector units and government enterprises, there’s always a demand for professionals trained in electronic systems. Highly skilled persons, unmindful of the fact whether holding diploma or degree, never fail to land a well paid job in this field. World over, industries are dependent on hundreds and thousands of electronic professionals ever busy designing, developing and maintaining a vast array of electronic equipments and services. Take any field, from television to satellite communication, mobiles, computers, office equipments, automobiles, aeroplanes or home appliances, a sea of opportunity is available for such professionals to establish themselves profitably. Some of the jobs available in this field are as listed below.
  1. Electronics engineer
  2. Telecommunication engineer
  3. Power electronics engineer
  4. Network engineer
  5. PCB application engineer
  6. Electronics technologist
  7. Service engineer
  8. Design engineer
  9. Software engineer