Electronics & Tele-communication industry is one among the fastest growing industry in the world of communication. A communication engineer is concerned with the use of electromagnetic spectrum and with
applications of such electronic devices such as IC, transistors and vaccum tubes and deals with light current applicant as wire and radio communication of radio, video and text type signals, computers, radars and
automatic control systems. In this course-you learn to design, develop, test and supervise the manufacturing of electrical and electronic equipments, thus leading to your career prospectus in the field of communication.
- Basic Electronics
- Electronic Materials & Components
- Communication Techniques
- Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation
- Applied Electronics
- Electrical Engineering
- Digital Techniques & Application
- Linear Integrated Circuits
- Digital Communication System
- Communication System I & II
- Industrial Electronics
- Instrumentation & Control System
- Microprocessor & Micro Controllers
- Industrial Organization & Management
Calculators, computers and even talking machines vocabularies of several hundred words are routinely manufactured on single chip of silicon as part of LSl technology and current development in VLSI, promises even more remarkable devices.
Pass-out of this course may be employed in Government sector as MTNL, BSNL, VSNL, Railways etc. Aslo they have apprentices in the private sectors such as Reliance India, Airways, Bharti Airtel, BPL Mobile etc.
Electronics & Comm. Engineers Design, Operate, Manufacture, Install & Maintain, Broadcasting TV, Telegraph System, Radar & Various other Telecommunication Equipment. Electronic & Tele-communication Engineers work in the field of Telecommunication such as Radio, TV Broadcasting, Radar Systems, Mobile System, Cable Operators, MTNL, VSNL etc. They can also work as maintenance and services engineers at telecommunication sites.
Electronics & Comm. Engineers finds career opportunities in private as well as Government Sectors. Advancement opportunities of individual depend on their enthusiasm, commitment. One, after higher education & qualification can seek opportunity in Government sector. Even private sector provides good remuneration depending on individual abilities & attitude. One should be innovative & have potential to support the system with internal revenue and employment generation that is need of the time. One should have knowledge of advance technology such as VLSI Technology, embedded systems, nano technology, SMD’s CAD etc.
One can seek good job in Government as well as private firm as fixed line telephone operator, mobile telecom operator, private telecom equipment operator, civil services like military, airways, utility services like TV,
radio etc. Entrepreneurship potential. E-governce is the keyword of advanced states of India and the central government. A separate ministry of information technology has been setup to handle the challenges in this field. Much emphasis also been stressed on the job potential abroad… New state-of-the-art syllabus has been introduced from academic year 2002-2003 to bring out computer engineers with latest knowledge. As a result a diploma computer engineer can find job opportunities in Govt., Semi Govt. and Private Sector enterprises as engineer, software engineer, networking manager, hardware engineer etc.
Only true copies of all the above Certificates dully attested by the Head Master/Principal of the School I College last attended need to be attached to the application and will not be returned on any account. The admission
granted to backward class student shall be treated as provisional till such time as the certificate regarding castes/tribes/class submitted by the me are verified by office of Directorate of Social Welfare or Officer designated by them or any other competent authority set up by the government. Admission will be based strictly on the inter-se merit rules framed by the government from time to time. The candidate, who is offered the admission, will have to pay the tuition and other fees (as per DTE rules) at the time of admission, failing to which the candidate may loose the claim for admission.