with the explosion of the data market and the coming of new technology in the telecom sector requires a lot of technicians, engineers in this field. It teaches candidates from basic to advance telecom management. Candidates also taught to manufacture, design, and operate telecommunicating devices. Candidates can pursue undergraduate, postgraduate, diploma, and certificate courses in telecom management. After completion of telecom courses, there is a wide array of possibilities for candidates in network planning, enterprise networking, product management, and telecom consulting among others.
- The Indian telecom sector is the fastest growing in the world.
- It is a major field within the Electronic Engineering
- Telecommunication courses give you a vast knowledge of mobile phones, cable TV, computer networking, TV radar, Navigation, and satellites.
Courses and Eligibility
|Diploma||3 years||Minimum of 50% in 10th or +2 in science stream||state level entrance exam|
|B.Tech||4 years||+2 with science stream with PCM . Candidates with a diploma are also eligible.||
|M.Tech||2 years||Candidate should have completed a bachelor's degree with a minimum of 50% aggregate mark in respective field.||GATE|
- Government sector
- Research and Development Industry
- Bharti Airtel
- Tata Communications
- Reliance Communications
- Ernst & Young
- Military Communication
- For admission in the UG course (B. Tech), the candidate need to complete 10+2 with All India JEE. According to the rank, candidates are placed in Institutes according to their wish. And then, they can get admission in to the college by following their procedure. For admission in a diploma program candidates should have passed 10th with 50% and had a valid entrance rank. For admission in the PG course (M. Tech), the candidates need to complete the B. Tech course with minimum 50%. In case of private Institutes, the candidates have to qualify the entrance exam conducted by the Organization.
- For admission in a diploma program candidates should have passed 10th with 50% and had a valid entrance rank.
- For admission in the PG course (M. Tech), the candidates need to complete the B. Tech course with minimum 50%. In case of private Institutes, the candidates have to qualify the entrance exam conducted by the Organization.
- Analog Microelectronics
- Digital Microelectronics
- Network Theory
- Analog and Digital Communication
- Optic fiber Communication
- Digital Signal Processing
- GSM Architecture
- GPRS Network
- Voice over Internet Protocol
- Mobile telephony
- Wireless Communication
- Critical thinking and complex problem-solving ability.
- Oral, written, and diagrammatic communication skills.
- Interpersonal communication & Organizational skills.
- Strong analysis and practical problem-solving abilities.
- Creativity, innovation, and attention.
- Strength in Mathematics and Physics.
- It Skills
Career and Job Prospect
|Telecom Project Manager||Responsible for coordinating telecommunication systems installation projects, recruits team members, assigning tasks, setting objectives and deadlines, handling documentation, and consulting with customers||5-10 lacs|
|Network planning Engineer||Managing and defining tools for network planning and delivery.Engaging with costumer technical staff to define requirement and incorporate into network design.||2-5 lacs|
|GSM Engineer||Responsible for the execution of pre-defined test procedures under live networks in a mobile or stationary GSM.||3.5-5 lacs|
|Technical support Manager||Responsible for ensuring a company's technical service staff are knowledgeable and prepared for their work, and help the management understand the technical challenges and needs of its company.||5-10 lacs|
|Costumer support Technician||Guiding people through the installation of new products and services, Responding to technical problems customers have with products or services.||3-4 lacs|
|Telecom civil engineer||Responsible for new sites (towers, rooftops). Tasks for this resource would include reviewing design drawings and scope of work, ensuring drawings are accurate, structural analysis to ensure the tower is structurally sound, understand structural regulations around this.||3-5 lacs|
Q: Difference between Electronics engineer and Telecommunication
A: ECE branch is particularly related to the transmission of electric signals. It deals with analog and digital transmission & reception of data, voice and video, solid-state devices, microprocessors, digital and analog communication, satellite communication, antennae, and wave progression.
Telecommunications engineers handle different types of technology that help us to communicate. The research, design and develop satellite and cable systems, mobile phones, radio waves, the internet and e-mail.
Q: what is the better course to pursue between Electrical Engineering and Telecommunication?
A: Both are good course to pursue.but as the explosion of Internet telecommunication is a booming sector.