B.TECH in Electronics Control System is a part of Electronics Engineering in which you study the effects of electrons to build components, devices, system, and equipment. With the increase in usage of digital technology, the requirement of Electronics Control System Engineers has increased in order to resolve various issues related to digital control systems.
|Areas of specialization|
Electromagnetic field theory, digital logic design and application, microelectronic fabrication, power electronics, microelectromechanical systems and control system engineering, radar systems, remote sensing, microwave electronics, artificial intelligence, and Nanotechnology.
|must have passed 10, +2 with a minimum aggregate mark of 50% with maths, physics and any one of chemistry/ biology/ biotechnology or any other technical subject.||JEE MAIN, MHCET, KIITEE, BEEE|
|For M. TECH||2 years|| should have passed b.tech in either electrical engineering, electronics engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, electrical and communication engineering, electrical and instrumentation engineering.||GATE, institutions conduct their own entrances|
|For Diploma||3 years||should have passed 10th class with minimum aggregate marks.||University conducts private exams, State level exams DET (Diploma Entrance Test)|
Top companies hiring Electronics Control System Engineer are:
- Tata Steel
- Tech Mahindra
After the candidate is eligible for Electronics Control System Engineering, the selection process is carried out on the basis of All India Rank(AIR) obtained in JEE Main or marks secured in state level or university level entrance exams.
Candidates are also admitted directly by some universities through the marks secured in the board exam of their class XII or any of the subsequent qualifying exams. The students are then invited for counseling by the university who eventually get admitted.
Similar to every engineering course, this also comprises 8 semesters.
|Semester I||Semester II||Semester III||Semester IV|
|English||Environmental Science And Engineering||Engineering Mathematics III||Engineering Mathematics IV|
|Engineer Mathematics I||Engineering Mathematics II||Material Science And Solid Mechanics||Applied Thermodynamics|
|Physics Of Materials ||Applied Physics||Electrical Technologies||Electrical Measurement And Instrumentation|
|Engineering Chemistry||Chemistry Of Electronic Materials||Electromagnetics Engineering||Electronic Measurement And Instrumentation|
|Engineering Graphics||Electronic Devices||Transducer Engineering||Signals And Systems|
|Basic Mechanical And Civil Engineering||Programming In ‘C’||Object Oriented Programming||Electronic Circuits II|
|Basic Electrical Engineering||Circuit Theory||Electronic Circuits I||Thermal And Fluid Mechanics Lab|
|Physics Lab – I||Programming In ‘C’ Lab||Electrical Engineering Lab||Electronic Circuits Lab|
|Chemistry Lab – I||Circuits Lab||Transducer Lab|| -|
|Mechanical Workshop||Devices Lab||Object Oriented Programming Lab|| -|
|Semester V||Semester VI||Semester VII||Semester VIII|
|Applied Numerical Methods||Digital Signal Processing||Embedded System||Principles Of Management & Professional Ethics|
|Linear Integrated Circuits||Modern Control System||Industrial Instrumentation||Soft Computing|
|Control System||Process Control||Biomedical Instrumentation||Software For System Design|
|Network Analysis And Synthesis||Fundamentals Of VLSI Design||Computer Control Of Processes||Digital Control Lab|
|Digital System ||Elective 1||Elective 3||Simulation Lab|
|Communication Engineering||Elective 2||Elective 4||Project Work & Viva Voce|
|Microprocessors & Microcontrollers||Process Control Lab||Industrial Instrumentation Lab|| -|
|Analog Circuits Lab||VLSI Lab||Biomedical Instrumentation Lab|| -|
|Digital Circuits Lab|| -|| -|| -|
|Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab|| -|| -|| -|
There is a very bright future in Electronics Control System Engineering, but there are few skills you need to learn beforehand to make things easier while studying. The candidate should have a strong foundation for technology, should have a creative and inventive mind for innovations and leadership. They should have good communication skills, analytical skills, interpersonal skills, problem-solving ability and the ability to work as a part of the team. A good understanding of physics and mathematics can also come in handy.
Entrance exams for Electronics Control System Engineering consist of national level, state level, and university level. Listed are few of the entrance exams conducted throughout the country:
Courses and Eligibility:
|Job Profile||Job Description||Annual salary|
|Teach students, encouraging personal development via the tutorial or pastoral work||7 lacs onwards|
|create, design and develop everyday devices such as mobile phones, portable music devices, and computers.||1.5 lacs to 3.5 lacs|
Power Electronics Engineer
|Develop and validate power electronics for high power battery charges, develop electric drive system hardware and execute motor control algorithms.|
2.5 lacs to 3.5 lacs
|design, program, simulate and test automated machinery and processes in order to complete exact tasks.||2 lacs to 3.5 lacs|
|Managing and monitoring all installed systems and infrastructure. Installing, configuring, testing and maintaining operating systems, application software and system management tools.||2.5 lacs to 3.5 lacs|
Testing and Quality Maintenance Engineer
|ensuring that the different products leaving manufacturing and development agencies, companies or organizations are fully operational, effective and free from defects.||1.5 lacs to 2.5 lacs|
Electronics Sales Engineer
|Prepare and deliver technical presentations explaining products or services to customers and prospective customers. Confer with customers and engineers to assess equipment needs and to determine system requirements.||1.5 lacs to 3 lacs|
Electronics Production Engineer
| creates, design and develop everyday devices such as mobile phones, portable music devices, and computers.||3.5 lacs onwards|
Electronics Design Engineer
|Provide technical support in the design and development of electronic systems, test electronic systems to evaluate functionality and performance.||2.5 lacs 4 lacs|
Q: What are the best books for b.tech in Electronic Control System?
A: Listed below are a few of the best books for this course:
- Control Systems – A. Anand Kumar
- Fundamentals of Electricals and Electronics Engineering – Smarajit Ghosh
- Circuit Analysis – P. Ramesh Babu
- Digital Electronics – Anand Kumar
Q: Will this course help with my higher education?
A: Yes, this course is beneficial for higher studies like M.E/M.TECH, M.Phil., Ph.D., as it gives a good base for it. This type of engineering provides good knowledge in electronics and control systems with special focus on design, analysis, and manufacture of electronics equipment and devices, integrated circuits, wireless devices, digital and analog working of electronic circuits for numerous applications. So, this field gives knowledge to a very wide range of subjects from which one can choose his/her choice of field to pursue higher studies.