Telecommunication engineers are electrical and electronics experts who may specialize in a certain type of technology, such as telephone networks or broadband telecommunications. They design, test and build telecommunications networks and systems. Their day-to-day responsibilities include working with copper or fiber optic cabling, complex networks, and switching systems.
Areas of Specialization
- Integrated Circuits
- Microelectronics and Quantum Electronics
- Power and Energy Systems
- VLSI Design
- Signal Processing
- Computer Engineering
- Control Systems
The highlights for the course study of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering are :
- Course Level - Undergraduate
- Duration - 4 years
- Stream - Science
- Examination Type - Semester System
Courses & Eligibility
|Diploma||3 years||A minimum of 50% aggregate marks is required in 10th or +2 for this course.||State-Level Entrance Exam|
|B.E/B.TECH||4 years||The candidate must have completed 10th and +2 with an aggregate mark of 50% in the science stream.||JEE Main, MH CET, TS EAMCET|
|M.E/M.TECH||2 years||The candidate must have completed a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Technology in any stream with a minimum aggregate mark of 50%.||GATE, JEE Advanced|
The top recruiters for the study of the course of Electronics and Telecommunication areas:
- Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.
- Bharti Airtel Ltd
- Ericsson India
- HCL Technologies
- Infosys Technologies Ltd
- ITC Infotech
- Patni Computers
The admission process for B.Tech in Electronics and Telecom Engineering is based over the performances of the relevant students in the entrance examinations: state level or of the national level engineering entrance examinations. The examinations which include the AIEEE or JEE. There are also some institutes who provide direct admission through the Board Merit List considering to the marks obtained over the qualifying exam.
The syllabus and course study for Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering is different for various of the universities and also varies with the colleges to colleges, where the few topics which are covered under the course study are as follows :
- Applied Chemistry
- Applied Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Basic Electronics Engineer9ing
- Digital Engineering
- Electrical Networks
- Electronic Instruments and Measurements
The field of Electronics and Telecommunications deals with the core such as the analog and the digital transmission, with the video, voice and data reception, electronics, with microprocessors, satellite communication, and the analog integrated circuits all over.
The skills required for the course study of the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering are :
- Candidates must be expertise over the computer architecture and the microprocessors, with VLSI and embedded systems, analog and digital communication, digital signal processing, with microwave and broadband communications.
- Students acquire the comprehensive knowledge of Mathematics and the basic of the science with an in-depth of the knowledge of Mathematics and the necessary in the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering course with the analytical ability.
- The candidates with the knowledge of analog communication, digital communication, electromagnetism, and the Wave Field Theory via the Communications section of the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering curriculum.
The top entrances for the course study of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering are :
Career and Job Prospects
Average Salary Per Annum
|Electronics & Telecommunication Engineer||Electronics engineers create, design and develop everyday devices such as mobile phones, portable music devices, and computers. Electronic engineering offers the chance to produce new innovations and developments in telecommunications, robotics, computing hardware, and power and electrical equipment.||4 - 5 lakhs|
|Telecom Engineer||They are responsible for the designing & installation of the telecommunications equipment and ensure the data transmitted over wired or wireless communication is of high-quality. The telecom engineering field varies from radio and television to Satellite, computer networks the internet, and optical fiber.||4 - 5 lakhs|
|Network Planning Engineer|| Their job roles include managing and defining tools for network planning and delivery, engaging with customer technical staff to define requirements and incorporate into network design, working with local stakeholders on identification and acquisition of suitable sites for deployment of equipment aggregation sites, coordinating with equipment suppliers and contractors.||3 - 4 lakhs|
|Electronics and Communications Consultant||Electronics & Communication engineers create, design and develop everyday devices such as mobile phones, portable music devices, and computers. Electronics & Communication engineering offers the chance to produce new innovations and developments in telecommunications, robotics, computing hardware, and power and electrical equipment.||4 - 7 lakhs|
|Electronic Communications Technician||Electronic communications technicians install, monitor, maintain and troubleshoot a variety of Internet, telephone and television equipment and systems. They are most frequently employed by wired and wireless carriers, building contractors, cable television companies or other telecommunications services.||3 - 4 lakhs|
Question: What is the difference between electronics communication engineering and electronics telecommunication engineering?
Answer: Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) deals over the analog and the digital transmission and reception of data, it's networking, solid state devices, the microprocessors, digital and the analog communication, satellite communication, and the wave progression. This deals with the manufacturing of electronic devices, circuits, and communications equipment.
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) which deals with the various principles and the practical aspects related to the designing of the various telecommunication equipment. The electronics and telecommunication engineers develop the prototypes of the integrated circuit components, apart from which this also combines with the various aspects of the electrical, structural and civil engineering as well.
Question: Can the students of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering apply for RRB?
Answer: Yes, a B.Tech graduate in Electronics and Telecommunication can apply for the RRB JE Examination. To apply for such Railway Junior Engineer, the candidate must be eligible for the criteria limits for the examination and the candidate here is eligible to apply for the Railway Junior Engineer Exam.