Electronics & Communications Engineering just
Electronics & Communications Engineering is an undergraduate course for 4 years and after its completion, the students acquire the degree of B.Tech/B.E in ECE. The entry point for this course requires a student who has cleared 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as main subjects with a minimum of 55% and clearance of entrance examinations based on merit. Diploma program which is a 3-year course for this stream is also available in some colleges for which the eligibility is the same. They can later join the B.Tech course of any institute in the second year as lateral entry. It mainly Divide the article into short paragraphs, bullet points and subheadings where possible. the study of design, analysis, and application of electronics and communicaDivide the article into short paragraphs, bullet points and subheadings where possible.tion circuits. Learning ECE enables students to develop new electronic systems useful for real time applications. A B.Tech in ECE focuses on telecommunications, energy and electronics sectors. Science students who are good in Physics and Mathematics seek to get admission in this course. More than 3000 colleges in India offer this course every year. About 6.5 lacs students enroll for entrance exam for this course according to the reports. The regulatory bodies for this course are AICTE and UGC governed by MHRD, Govt of India.
As mentioned above this is a UG program therefore career opportunities in higher education would include M.Tech/M.E in the specialized stream if one pursue Postgraduate. For getting admission in Post graduate one needs to clear the national aptitude common test of GATE. According to the GATE score one chooses the college/university for studying. Further to Post Graduate degree the candidate can opt for Ph.D for research work going through step by step processes of tests. Also, another job prospect for the candidates after pursuing higher education in this field is to become Assistant professors or lecturers and scientists. The candidate after pursuing M.Tech/M.E with no teaching/industrial experience would be 4-5.5 lacs per annum according to the institutes. After gaining experience it will rise as per industry standards. For those aspiring to be scientists their payscale lies between 4-13.5 lacs per annum according to the level of seniority. It is inevitable that there will always remain some societal factors that affect the employment and job scenarios. Economic factors like National job growth, recessions could affect worker turnover and retention. Changes in consumer taste can affect demand for the product or service your company provides, which could lead to layoffs or mass hiring. If the employees feel unappreciated or unmotivated to work for the company, they may leave for other ventures, decreasing the production levels leading in poor job demand there.
Jobs and career after B tech
Students after completing B.Tech in ECE will have promising careers in various government and private sectors as Electronic Engineer, VLSI Engineer & Design Engineer, etc. Freshers can apply through campus interviews or by external source. Usually the fresher’s get a remuneration of INR 1.8 to 3.0 lacs per annum at entry level. After gaining few years of experience they are given the managerial post as a team lead, Asstt manager or executive managers. The average pay scale in these positions lies within INR 14,36,000-19,20,193 per annum. The job market for ECE is on demand and industries are looking for qualified engineers who can assist them on latest technologies. Skilled professionals in robotics, automation technologies, Internet of Things (IoT), mechatronics engineering gets priority for recruitment adding more value to their average pay scale. A lot of these industries are established abroad such as Gulf countries, Germany, China, Canada, Japan, Germany, US & Korea etc.
Almost all the multinational companies like TCS, CTS, Wipro, Accenture, DXC, Syntel, Hexaware, Capegemini, Infosys look for fellows from ECE stream. They are trained to be recruited for various departments. These companies more or less have their branch hubs and operation centres in the metro cities of Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata etc. The manpower strength of these companies are between 1.5-4 lakhs in totality. The common job roles for these companies are Software engineers, application developer, network engineer, hardware engineer, CAD engineer. Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India is a clouded hub for 45 renowned software companies. The industry now adds more than 200,000 jobs a year providing employment to nearly 10 million people from fresher to experienced professionails.. The sector accounts for almost $85bn (£55bn; 65bn euro) worth of exports every year. Today nearly 40% of the country’s IT industry is concentrated in Bangalore which justifies its name, The Electronic city.