Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electronics and Communication engineering, often abbreviated as ECE, is one of the most sought- after engineering courses in India after computer science. Electronics and Communication Engineering involves designing, developing and manufacturing electronic equipment (for devices and circuits) as well as communication systems. The degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering enables you with a clear understanding of analog transmission, basic electronics, microprocessors, solid-state devices, digital analog communication, satellite communication, Integrated circuits, antennae and wave progression and microwave engineering.
Scope of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Engineering courses are very popular among the students in India. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) helps build a career in the Telecom industry, consumer electronics manufacturing organization, Software Industry, Mobile Communication & IT Industry, Power Electronics, Healthcare Equipment industry is often deemed as the largest recruiter of ECE Engineers. They are also recruited in large numbers in government sectors. Public Sector undertakings such as MTNL, BSNL and IOCL have been recruiting them for a long time. Apart from this, many graduates prefer Indian Engineering Service, which is considered very prestigious in the engineering field. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) Engineers are also employed in the Semiconductor and Chip design Industry predominantly.
There are always options for higher studies to gain more proficiency in the subject. The Electronics and Communication Engineering field is growing every day and has a huge scope to accommodate eligible young professionals.
Careers in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electronics and Communication Engineering offers a wide range of career prospects for the students enrolled in the course. With the advent of technology, a larger number of Electronics and Communication Engineering and electrical graduates are required in the market. Qualified electronics and communication engineering graduates can choose from a variety of sectors to build their career in. Some even opt for working in software industries for the long term or indefinitely as they pay higher. Indian telephone industry, Defense, AIR NPL and development centers across various states keep hiring electronics and Communication Engineering graduates year after year.
Ch. Ranbir Singh State Institute Of Engineering and Technology, Jhajjar
Affiliated to Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana