Electronics & Communication Engineering

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering 

What is Electronics & Communication Engineering ?

Electronic communications engineering is the utilization of science and math applied to practical problems in the field of communications. Electronic communications engineers engage in research, design, development and testing of the electronic equipment used in various communications systems. Electronics & Communications are important fields in modern engineering. They include microelectronic systems, microcontrollers, mobile communications, wireless networks, satellite systems and the internet. The industry ranges from companies that conduct fundamental research and development into future technologies, through to others that design and deploy state of the art technologies. The electronics and communication industry has a shortage of skilled electronics engineer, meaning that career opportunities are excellent for capable graduates.

 

Electronics & Communication Engineering Department @ Madhav :

The Department offers a B. Tech. program in Electronics and Communication Engineering and a M. Tech. degree. The faculty team consists of experts from the industry and academia. The department is highly praised for its activities in the technical front, contributing highly towards the development of cutting edge technologies and professionals. While building a solid foundation of the fundamentals, the students are also exposed to emerging trends in the industry and are molded to be quality professionals of the future.

Electronics and Communication Engineering laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and advanced software that enables the design of Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits.

Several faculty members have received their graduate and postgraduate degrees from institutions of international repute such as Indian Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Science and have been working on research and development projects in firms across the globe. 

Our students actively participate in organizing various events such as technical workshops. Several faculty members and students are actively engaged in research and regularly publish their work in international journals and conferences. 

Programs offered by Electronics & Communication Engineering Department

 

S.No. Name of Course Duration Fees (Yearly)
Eligibilty
1 Diploma 3 Yrs. Rs. 50,000 10th with maths
2 Yrs. (Lateral entry)

12th with PCM/ PCB(M)

or

ITI (Only for 2 Yrs.  program)

2 B.Tech 4 Yrs. Rs. 80,000 12th PCM/ PCB(M) with min. 45% (40% for SC/ST)
3 Yrs. (Lateral entry) Diploma from recognised booard/ university
3 M.Tech Digital Communication System 2 Yrs. Rs. 85,000 B.Tech/ B.E. with min. 55% (50% for SC/ST)
VLSI Design
Microelectronics

 

 Careers in Electronics & Communication Engineering :

India is amongst the fastest growing telecom markets, which has been adding over nine million new subscribers each month in the immediate past. This creates a strong opportunity space for electronics and telecommunication engineers. Graduates also have bright placement opportunities even in the IT industry, both in the software and hardware space.

 

India is emerging as a world class VLSI/Embedded systems hub. Electronics and Communication engineers of a high caliber can find jobs with entry level packages of Rs. 3.5 – Rs. 4.0 lakhs per annum ( with added specialization with large number of Multinational Corporations operating in India.

A large number of electronics and communication engineers can get jobs in government organizations like MTNL, BSNL, Civil Aviation, NPL, AIR, Posts and Telegraph Department, Railways, Bharat Electronics Limited and DRDO, among many others.   

 

As an Electronic Engineer, entry level positions in Government departments are by direct recruitment through advertisements in newspapers. Selection to Gazetted posts is through competitive examinations conducted by Union and State Public Service Commission.  

In the Defense services, young engineers start as Second Lieutenants. For selection into the Defense Services – Indian Army, Indian Air force and the Indian Navy, applications are invited through National Dailies.. 

Opportunities are multifold for Electronics and Telecommunication engineers. They are only limited by one’s aptitude, training, and determination. Beginning with a minimum of Rs. 2.4 lakhs to Rs. 3.5 lakhs per annum at the entry level, bright students are able to secure even higher packages with specialized training in specialized areas like Mobile computing and VLSI Design.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Telecommunication

  • Software Engineering/IT
  • Power sector
  • Hardware Manufacturing
  • Home Appliance and VLSI design, etc
  • Television Industry
  • Research & Development   

 

 

 

 

The job profile of these engineers will generally involve setting up networks and equipments, process and maintenance of electronics gears and systems etc. Hardware firms like IBM as well as communication network firms like Nokia Siemens also take in EC graduates in plenty. Top notch IT firms also prefer EC graduates for software engineering jobs.