Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering as a career path!
Life without devices is not possible today. It is hard to believe a life without gadgets. Also, there is no place left where the use of devices doesn’t appear. Hence This is the only reason behind the rapid growth in this field. Lets us look into some options in career for Electronics and Communication Engineer.
Electronics engineers specialize in a range of fields, including computer and communication networks, electronic circuits as well as systems, lasers and photonics, semiconductor and solid-state devices, nano-electronics, biomedical engineering, computational biology, intelligent systems, robotics, design and manufacturing, control, and optimization, computer algorithms, games and graphics, computer programming, computer architecture, cryptography, and information security. The information age’s infrastructure and fabric, which includes technologies like the internet and the web, search engines, mobile phones, high-definition television, and magnetic resonance imaging, is primarily the consequence of advances in electronics and communication engineering. Graduates of electronics and communication engineering have been at the forefront of many of these advancements. Current work in the electronics and communication area promises to maintain the department’s legacy of innovation and leadership in both research and teaching across the spectrum.
Electronics and communication engineering graduates have a wide range of career paths and opportunities, which are expanding all the time: fundamental technologies, devices, and systems based on electronics and communication engineering are widespread and indispensable to improving people’s lives and managing the environments they live in all over the globe. A profound education in engineering concepts, founded on mathematical, computational, physical, and biological sciences, and exercised with practical applications and project experiences in a broad variety of domains, provides the foundation for the success of electronics and communication engineering graduates. Electronics and communication engineering graduates have also proved throughout the time that the field offers a good foundation for people whose work and careers expand in fields other than engineering.
Electronics and communication engineering undergraduate and postgraduate students study a core curriculum that explains the principles of the field and then methodically construct wide foundations and depth in intellectual theme areas that fit their interests. In a range of areas, practical laboratory work, autonomous projects, and research allow opportunities to interact with concepts and practices of analysis, design, and experimentation. The department also provides a variety of programs for students to get industrial experience, ranging from joint industrial projects on campus to term-long internships at multiple organizations. Graduate study in the department moves students toward mastery of areas of individual interest, through coursework and significant research, often defined in interdisciplinary areas that take advantage of the tremendous range of faculty expertise in the department and, more broadly, across the globe.
By Sanjeev Kumar | August 25, 2021
M.Tech Kurukshetra University, India.