B.Tech – Electronics & Communication Engineering

Electronics and Communication is one of the most advancing disciplines of engineering and hence there are excellent opportunities, both in terms of higher studies as well as making a long term career after doing B.Tech. There are good choices for masters and doctoral programs as well as for having a long term career in both private and public sectors.

Duration

4 Years

Eligibility

10+2(Non-Medical)

Scope for higher studies after B.Tech Electronics and Communications

There are numerous higher studies options available for aspirants who have finished their studies in B.Tech Electronics and Communications. Some of the specializations in the field include embedded systems, software engineering, nanotechnology, information/ cyber security and VLSI design. A few of the other fields where students of B.Tech can specialize are bioinformatics, robotics, optoelectronics, digital signal processing and digital systems & communication. It is possible for students to go for Masters courses in subjects like:

  • M.Tech in Electronics and Communications
  • M.Tech in Microelectronics and VLSI
  • M.Tech in Communication Systems
  • M.Tech in Electronic Design and Technology
  • M.Tech in Power Electronics
  • M.Tech in Computational Statistics
  • M.Tech in Computer Science (Information System)
  • M.Tech in Computer Science (IT)
  • M.Tech in Computer Science (Networks)
  • M.Tech in Computer Science(Mobile Computing)

Apart from M.Tech, it is also possible for interested candidates to go for Master of Business Administration (MBA) and MCA

Other certification courses after B.Tech Electronics and Communications

After finishing B.Tech in electronics and communication, students can easily join certification courses such as CCNA course, VLSI and embedded courses etc. Some of the certification courses available are:-

  • Advanced Diploma in DSP System Design
  • Advanced Diploma in Real Time Operating Systems
  • Certificate courses in Verilog and VHDL
  • Certificate program in VLSI design engineering
  • Diploma in Embedded Systems Design
  • Diploma in VLSI Design
  • Diploma in Wireless Technology
  • Online course on Embedded Systems
  • Optical Fiber Communications
  • PG Diploma course in Industrial Automation System Design
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Wireless and Mobile Computing
  • Signaling & VoIP Protocol Implementation
  • Telecom Protocol Development

Career scope after B.Tech Electronics and Communications

For those students who have finished B.Tech Electronics and Communications, numerous job opportunities are available. Many firms in the public as well as the private sector take in students from Electronics and communication. For example, the Steel Authority of Indian Limited (SAIL), Civil Aviation Department, Indian Railways, Indus tan Aeronautics Limited, Indian Engineering Service (IES), Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, MTNL & BSNL are some of the public sector organisations who hire graduate engineers from Electronics and Communication stream.

IT industry is fast becoming the largest employer of B.Tech Electronics graduates, most of them are now starting their career as software engineers. In addition to this, engineers from Electronics and communication are also absorbed into the defense fields, entertainment and transmission industry and many more. In fact the greatest employment opportunities for electronics and communications engineers are provided by the Electronic communication device manufacturers, Chip Design-Industries as well as Semiconductor manufacturing firms. Some of the leading companies are Siemens, Motorola, Samsung, Pinnacle, Philips, HP etc. Apart from jobs in India, students can also get jobs abroad. Many pioneer firms overseas employ large employment opportunities for engineers of this field.