FAQs regarding Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
What are the top employment areas for Electronics and Communication Engineers?
The top employment areas for ECE graduates are Atomic Energy Commissions, Civil Aviation Department, All India Radio, Manufacturing Units, and IT Department, etc.
What makes the course Electronics and Communication Engineering so popular?
ECE graduates can cater to diverse roles in Telecom, manufacturing, production as well as Software industries.
Is BE/BTech in ECE a demanding course?
Demand for skilled qualified ECE engineers is rising due to the enhanced demand for refined and user-friendly technologies for equipment.
What is the duration of BE/BTech in ECE?
The duration of BE/BTech in ECE is four years. There will be eight-semester exams during which the candidate will need to work on major and minor projects as well.
Name some entrance tests for BE/BTech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?
Some of the popular entrance examinations for admission to BE/BTech in ECE are JEE Main, COMDEK, BITSAT, MHT CET, SRMJEEE, VITEEE, etc.
What are the common job profiles of ECE graduates?
Programme Analyst, Product Manager, Field Test Engineer, Electronic Engineer are some of the common job profiles for BTech Industrial Design graduates.
Who are the popular recruiters in this field?
Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Infosys, Cognizant Ltd, Siemens, DRDO, ISRO are some of the top recruiters.
What is the starting salary of an ECE engineer in an entry-level job?
The salary for an entry-level job is Rs 30,000 to 45,000 and above per month.
What is the expected skill of an Electronics and Communication Engineer?
They should have a clear concept of designing, Analog Circuit, VLSI, Microprocessor, Antennas, Network Analysis and Programming.
Do BE and BTech have the same value?
BTech has a more practical implication while Bachelor of Engineering focuses more on the technical insight on a topic.
What are the academic options after BE/BTech in Electronics and Communication Engineering?
Candidates may opt for MTech and thereafter PhD in Electronics and Communication Engineering if they don’t want to go for a job.