B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering is a 4 year undergraduate course. Minimum eligibility for this course is a 10+2 degree with minimum aggregate marks and science as their major discipline or any equivalent diploma courses with science as major discipline.
Some of the institutions that provide this course Bachelor of Engineering in Telecommunication Engineering are:
Average tuition fee charged for this course ranges from INR 2 to 5 lac for the span of 4 years.
Admission process of this course is carried out based on the candidate’s performance in their high school exams. Some institutes may include their entrance exam score. Those entrance tests may include various quantitative tests.
B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering is a course that is a major within electronic engineering. The course requires some basic knowledge of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science. This course overlaps heavily with broadcast engineering. Students are well trained in handling various fields of telecommunication.
Such successful candidates are applicable for the career fields like Organizations, Multi National Organizations, Network fields etc. Also the job positions may include Electronic and Telecommunication Engineer, Accounts executive, Telecom engineer etc.
|Course Level||Undergraduate graduate|
|Duration of the Course||4 years|
|Admission Process||Entrance exam based (May also look at graduation percentage) / Merit Based|
|Course Fee||Between INR 2 to 5 lac|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 15,000 to 3 lac|
|Top Recruiting Companies||Organizations, Multi National Organizations, Network fields etc.|
|Job Positions||Electronic and Telecommunication Engineer, Accounts executive, Telecom engineer, Software engineer, Telecom Security engineer etc.|
B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering is the course that includes the work ranging from basic circuit design to strategic mass developments. It also includes electronics, civil, structural, electrical, political and social ambassador. Accounting and project management are also part of B.E. in Telecommunication Engineering Syllabus.
On successful completion of this course the candidates are applicable to work in both private and public telecommunication companies. They can also take up research in many engineering colleges in India or abroad. These services are used in designing, fabrication and manufacturing of electronic instruments.
The main objective of this course is to make the students understand the electronic and electrical concepts and make clear the design and working of those components. These will help in various fields of work such as Defence and space based organization.
|Name of the Institute||Location||Average Course Fee (in INR)|
|SRM University, Chennai - Kattankulathur Campus||chennai||3 lac|
|Dhole Patil College of Engineering|
|College of Engineering, Pune|
|Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute|
Matunga West, Mumbai
|MIT School of Engineering, MIT Art Design and Technology University|
Loni Kalbhor, Pune
|K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering|
Vidya Vihar, Mumbai
|BMS College of Engineering|
|M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology|
|Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Mumbai (RGIT, Mumbai)|
Andheri West, Mumbai
|College of Engineering, Bharati Vidyapeeth University|
|Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology (RAIT)|
|C.V. Raman College of Engineering|
|Bangalore Institute of Technology|
K R Puram, Bangalore
|Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai|
Kurla West, Mumbai
|Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, Bansilal Ramnath Agarwal Charitable Trust|
|Sinhgad College of Engineering|
Vadgaon Budruk, Pune
|G H Raisoni College of Engineering and Management, Pune|
|A.C. Patil College of Engineering|
|Lokmanya Tilak Jankalyan Shikshan Sanstha's Priyadarshini College of Engineering|
|Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Sri Krishnadevaraya Educational Trust||Yelahanaka, Bangalore||4 lac|
The candidates who have completed their higher education that is 12th with science as their major discipline with at least minimum aggregate marks obtained in their exams are eligible for this course. Some institutions consider the score in the entrance tests based on the subjects covered.
Admission process is carried over by considering the merit score of the student in their exams and some institutes conduct entrance exams followed by personal interview. The final admission is based on candidates’ performance in entrance exam and PI (Personal Interview).
|Subjects of Study|
|Digital Signal Processing|
|Fuzzy logic and neural networks|
|VHDL and VLSI|
|Microprocessors and micro controllers and microwaves|
After successful completion of this course, the candidates are capable of working in both private and government Telecommunication sectors. Where there are various job positions that the candidate can take up are like Electronic and Telecommunication Engineer, Accounts executive, Telecom engineer, Software engineer, Telecom Security engineer etc.
The candidate can also take up their advanced courses like M.tech and M.Phil in telecommunication engineering.
|Job Profile||Job Description||Average Salary (in INR)|
|Telecom and power engineer||Plan is designed on the basis of structure of the component or building||4 to 5 Lacs|
|Accounts executive||Account Executive takes care of all the transactions and make them up to date updated||4 to 5 Lacs|
|Test engineer||Test Engineer is responsible for testing the components and plans||6 to 7 Lacs|
|Network Engineer||The one who is responsible to design and plan the safe and secured and efficient network||7 to 8 Lacs|
|Lecturer||Lecturer instructs courses in their branch of knowledge. They often enjoy reading and research, and is able to explain tough concepts to students.||7 to 8 Lacs|