B.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

"An efficient telecommunications network is the foundation upon which an information society is built." - Jalal Abu-Ghazaleh
In the last few years, the world has realised the prominence of online communication and as electronics becomes the backbone of this field, the importance of an Electronic and Communication Engineer is ever growing.  Being an Electronics and Communication Engineer, you’ll learn about the basics of electricals and electronics, and use that knowledge to drive innovations in the field of communication. The sector looks for minds who are always looking to troubleshoot problems with easier and more sustainable solutions.  As a student, you’ll also learn the designing of the related structures and lead projects assisted by assistant network planning engineers and assistant service engineers among others.
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No. of Seats: 60

You are a great fit for this course if you:

  • Have an innovative mind to drive new ideas in the field of communication
  • Would like to research and develop more sustainable methods for existing issues
  • Are good at mathematics and learning more complex mathematical techniques