The branch of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering was introduced with the rapid development of telecommunications technology across the globe. The course is often offered as a sub-branch of Electronics Engineering or as a specialization course during an MTech degree.
The common aim of the course is to teach the aspirants in-depth about the wireless communication network, cabled networks and train them to develop electronics circuits required in communication devices.
As is for all engineering courses, admission to colleges for BTech in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering is subject to qualifying allowed entrance exams by institutes.
- JEE Mains & Advanced
- MHT CET
To be eligible to sit for the entrance exam, a student has to qualify for 10+2 education with an aggregate of 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Maths.
After graduation, an Electronics and Telecommunication Engineer exposes you to a range of career opportunities in the Communications Industry, Electronics Industry, as well as in Software Industry. A BTech in Electrical & Telecommunications Engineering will not get you high-end job opportunities but also allows you to pursue higher studies in the discipline. Job exposure includes top multimedia service companies where the business requires skilled Telecommunications Engineering to keep transferring information over video conferencing and broadcasting through the Internet.
Top Colleges for Industrial Engineering and Management
The discipline, Electronics & Telecommunication so far has been a popular specialization for MTech/MA/MSc. There are only a few popular colleges offering BTech program in the same such as;
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
- Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
- National Institute of Technology, Raipur
- Manipal Institute of Technology, Karnataka
- Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
- Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
- Amity University, UP
- Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi
- Finolex Academy of Management and Technology, Maharashtra
- Pillai College of Engineering, Maharashtra
- A. G. Patil Institute of Technology, Maharashtra
- College of Engineering, Pune
No, they are not. In simple terms, Electronics & Communications Engineering is all about design learning, manufacturing, installation, and operation of electronic devices and telecommunication systems.
Whereas, Electronics & Telecommunications combines aspects of Electrical, Civil and Structural Engineering. A grad in ETE handles technologies that help us to communicate.
With the dedicated work of the Telecommunication Ministry in India, the telecommunications sector was able to create large job opportunities, even during the pandemic.
Here are the top jobs in line:
- Telecom Network Engineer
- Electronics & Telecommunication Engineer
- Software Engineer
- Design Engineer
- Telecom Security Engineer
- Telecom Sales Engineer
- Datacom Engineer
The top recruiters for the years 2018-2020 include;
- Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)
- Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL)
- Bharat Heavy Electronics Ltd (BHEL)
- Airlines (Private & Government)