A Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering is a 4-year professional undergraduate course in the field of science. It requires applying knowledge in electronics to facilitate communication and network. It helps students to know more about various aspects of electronic and communication such as Digital System Design, Electromagnetic Theory, Digital Signal Processing, Electronic Circuits.
The average tuition fee ranges from INR 300,000 to INR 500,000. The basic eligibility for a student to get admission in the course is by completing their 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics with an aggregate of 60%.
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The course is also offered in distance mode of learning and a student is required to clear certain entrance tests for getting an admission to the course. There is a good scope of employment as technical engineers, service engineers, senior sales managers, network planning engineer, etc.
|Name of the course||Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering (B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering)|
|Duration of the course||4 years|
|Stream||Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|Average course fee||INR 400,000|
|Sectors of employment||Telecom Industry, Electronics and Sales Department|
|Average entry-level salary||INR 600,000|
|Top entrance exams||JEE Main, JEE Advanced, Manipal University Online Entrance Test, AMU Engineering Entrance Exam, Karnataka Common Entrance Exam, Combined Entrance Examination, Assam, Jamia MIllia Islamia Engineering Entrance Exam|
This course offers the students training in the areas of electronics like solid state circuits, VLSI, electronic control and communication engineering including multiple access technology and microwave engineering.
This discipline has its application in several industries like agriculture, manufacturing, energy, robotics, media and several other fields.
Some of the basic topics and the core subjects which are taught in the course are:
Who should opt for B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering?
The student should have good knowledge of the core subjects that are Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics along with knowledge of computers and IT also. They must be exposed to multi-disciplinary tasks and studies.
Application of the subjects as well as analytical and creative thinking is a must for the students wishing to pursue electrical and communication engineering. Problem solving ability is also an added advantage.
Duration of B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
There are various modes in which the course can be studied:
Several colleges in India offer B.Tech offering Electronics and Communication Engineering. Some of the best ones are given below in the table:
|Birla institute of technology and science||Pilani|
|Indian institute of technology||Rorkee|
|Indian institute of technology||Guwahati|
|Delhi technical university||Delhi|
|Birla institute of technology||Mesra|
|College of engineering||Pune|
|Indian institute of technology||Varanasi|
Eligibility for B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
For admission to B.Tech offering Electronics and Communication Engineering, the candidate must pass their 10+2 or ICSE or equivalent. They must pass their 10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with any of these given subjects: Chemistry, Computer Science, Biotechnology, and Biology.
Candidates are also required to have an aggregate of 50% in Mathematics, Physics and any other third subject that they choose.
Admission Process for B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
The students can get admission into the course by qualifying an entrance examination which is organized at national, state or university level. Admissions are also done on the basis of merit. The merit list will be drawn on the basis marks scored in the qualifying exam.
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There are other entrance tests conducted by different universities such as:
There are a few colleges that provide the option of lateral entry. The eligibility for the same is that the student must have scored a minimum of 40% to 60% marks in the 3-year-Diploma done from a recognized board of technical education.
It is a full-time course of 3 years; the candidate will be admitted directly to 3rd semester.
Distance Mode of Learning
There are a number of colleges providing distance learning for B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering which is of 4 years.
|NAME OF COLLEGE||LOCATION||TUTION FEES (INR)|
|International Institute of Management and Engineering||Mumbai||1,42,800 per annum|
|Sudarshan College of Management and Research||Pune||2,72,000 per annum|
|Academy of Higher Education||Mumbai||12,500 per annum|
|Study and Lead Educational and Welfare Society||Mumbai||14,000 per annum|
|Ascent Race to Career||Thane||-|
There are a lot of job opportunities available for the students in top and leading companies with great salaries and incentives.
|ELECTRONIC ENGINEER||An electrical engineer is supposed to develop design and test electrical equipments such as motors, radars and navigation systems.|
|TECHNICAL DIRECTOR||A technical director or producer works as the senior technician in theatrical company. duty is to take care of the technical equipments present in the studios|
|TEST ENGINEER||A test engineer tasks include planning, developing and evaluating products as well as collaborating with product management. Collecting data and analyzing patterns are one of the important works.|
|SUPPORT ENGINEERS (CUSTOMER)||A support engineer serves as the expert in the product that their company has developed and manufactured.|
|SOFTWARE ANALYST||A software analyst is the person who meets up software requirements, studies the domains and structure of the software and other specification.|
|FIRST LINE TECHNICIAN||A first line technician has a good knowledge of computer spare parts about they work and connects together and has to work in the field of computers only.|
|JOB PROFILE||EXPECTED INCOME|
|COUSTOMER SUPPORT ENGINEER||96,884-6,37,699- per annum 989-9,744 – expected bonus|
|FIRST LINE TECHNICIAN||1,24,525-5,96,219 – per annum 0,00-67,871 – expected bonus|
|SOFTWARE ANALYST||2,17,268-8,87,990 – per annum 9,787-1,02,337 – expected bonus|
|TEST ENGINEER||1,78,086-6,18,349 – per annum 0,00-69,353 – expected bonus|
|ELECTRONIC ENGINEER||1,50,082-9,76,684 – per annum 1,000-61,445 – expected bonus|
|TECHNICAL DIRECTOR||9,78,101-48,58,496 – per annum 9,86,333-81,00,939 – expected bonus|
SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT
Project work is assessed by the Guide – 50%
It Assessed by a three member committee out of which one member is the guide.
It is a four-year course divided into eight semesters. The structure of the course is given below:
|Semester I||Semester II||Semester III||Semester IV|
|Communicative English||Vector calculus and ordinary Differential Equations||Humanities Elective||Humanities Elective II|
|Calculus and matrix algebra||Chemistry/Physics||Value program||Values program II|
|Computational Thinking and Problem solving||Computer Programming||Linear Algebra||Probability and Random Process|
|Physics/Chemistry||Solid state device||Network theory||Electronic Circuits|
|Physics/Chemistry lab||Fundamentals of Electrical technology||Electromagnetic Theory||Digital Signal Processing|
|Workshop A/ Workshop B||Chemistry lab/physics lab||Digital System||Transmission lines and Waveguides|
|Engg. Drawing- CAD||Workshop B/ Workshop A||Signals and system||Digital Signal Processing lab|
|Cultural Education I||Computer Programming lab||Digital systems lab||Electronic Circuits Lab I|
|-||Cultural education II||Signals and System labs||Soft Skills I|
|Semester V||Semester VI||Semester VII||Semester VIII|
|Optimization Techniques||Digital Communication||Environmental studies||Elective IV|
|Linear integrated Circuit||Data communication and networks||Radio frequency e engineering||Elective V|
|Control Engineering||Computer organization and architecture||Information theory and coding theory||Project phase 2|
|Communication theory||VLSI Design||Elective II||-|
|Microprocessor and Microcontroller||Elective 1||Elective III||-|
|Circuits and communication lab||VLSI Design lab||Microwave engineering lab||-|
|Microcontroller lab||Digital Communication lab||Project Phase I||-|
|Soft Skills II||Open lab||Live In lab II||-|
|Live In- Lab||Soft Skills III||-||-|
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