With rapid technological changes taking place, the field of electronics is playing an increasing role in every respect. The same is true about the telecommunication field too. The popularity of the IT sector has got to do a lot with telecommunication. The kind of explosive growth that we are seeing in the IT sector has been possible due to the expansion of the telecom industry. On its part, the telecom industry integrates the principles of electronics with that of telecommunication. This course is thus a right blend between electronics and telecommunication and equips you with the necessary skills for getting absorbed readily into the telecom or the electronics industry.
Eligibility and course duration
Pass in 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Math from a recognized board or university. The best colleges admit students through JEE Mains or separate entrance tests. Minimum marks in 10+2 should be above 50%.
Duration of this undergraduate course is 4 years.
More about the course
The course is divided into 8 semesters; the first two semesters being common for all engineering branches. The aim of the course is to provide you with a solid foundation in the field of electronics and communication. You will be learning the fundamental principles in electronics and their applications in the field of telecommunication. Topics such as electronic devices, digital circuits, network analysis, digital system design, electromagnetic theory, microprocessors and microcontrollers, VLSI design, digital and analog communication, control engineering and fibre optic communication are taught during the course. Since the electronic industry is a rapidly changing one and new inventions are coming up every now and then, you get to keep yourself updated with the latest emerging trends in the industry.
After course completion, one can very well find jobs in the electronics and telecom manufacturing industries. The IT and the telecom companies are suitable hunting ground for electronics and telecommunication engineers. Companies in the private and the public sector are good job options too. Few such companies are Nokia Siemens, Bharti Airtel, HCL Technologies, Tech Mahindra, Wipro, Accenture and Ericsson India. Some of the government companies to look for are, Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL), BSNL and VSNL. One can also get into the defence services, railways, post & telegraph, aviation, aerospace, electronic equipment manufacturing and many other sectors. Options for M.tech and Ph.D are also there for those inclined towards higher learning or research.
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