ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING COURSES IN INDIA
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|To become Electronics and Communication Engineer one needs to hold a Bachelor degree in Electronics and Communication engineering or must have passed the AMIE Examination in Electronics and Telecommunication. Given below information is provided for Universities, courses and career prospects of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
Universities offering UG, PG, Doctrate and other courses in Electronics and Communication Engineering
The focus in the study programme is on understanding electronic networks and devices, electromagnetic field theory, computer fundamentals, as also their protection, and communication and control systems.
The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)
Founded in 1953, as the Institution of Telecommunication Engineers, it is considered as a national apex body involved in furthering the cause of development in Electronics, Telecommunication, Computer Engineering and allied disciplines. It conducts two examinations: (1) Diploma level examination in two disciplines (Part A-Electronics and Telecommunication, and Part B-Computer Science and Engineering) leading to Dip IETE (2) Graduate level examination also in two disciplines (Part A-Electronics and Telecommunication, and Part B-Computer Science and Engineering) leading to the Associate Membership (AMIETE). It also conducts a postgraduate course, viz., Advanced Level Course in Computer Science (ALCCS).
Diploma Examinations The first step is the enrolment as a Student Member (Diploma Scheme), abbreviated as Student (D). The membership has to be sponsored by a corporate member of the Institution. A Student Member can appear in the examination six months after enrolment. The eligibility requirements are: (i) age not less than 14 years, (ii) has passed Class 10 examination, (iii) possesses working experience in the relevant field or studying for higher qualifications with physics and engineering. The total number of papers is 16.
Graduateship Examinations Like the diploma examination, students desirous of appearing in the graduateship examinations should first enrol themselves as Student Members, abbreviated as Student (G), being sponsored by a corporate member. A Student Member can appear in the examination six months after enrolment. The eligibility requirements are: (i) age not less than 16 years, (ii) has passed 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, or holds a diploma in electronics, telecommunications, electrical or any other related field, or has passed the Dip IETE examination, (iii) working experience in relevant field or studying for higher qualification with Physics, Electrical, Electronics, or Computer Engineering. The examination consists of 20 papers.
CAREER IN ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
An electronics engineer can be employed in the public and private sector industries and organizations such as the Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, National Physical Laboratories, AIR, Civil aviation, and the police wireless departments.
Electronics engineers are also absorbed into the entertainment transmission industry, research establishments, and defense. They can also take up teaching and research in one of the many engineering colleges in India or abroad
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