Telecommunications Engineering is an engineering discipline centered on electrical and computer engineering which seeks to support and enhance telecommunication systems

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  • Wireless, digital, data and fiber optic communications.
  • Coursework may include equipment soldering, electrical circuit analysis
  • Semiconductor devices and circuits, digital systems, industrial safety, microcomputer systems and electronic control systems.

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This branch of engineering develops everyday devices such as transistors, integrated circuits and printed circuit boards (PCBs) which can be used in computers, MP3 players, cell phones, television to name a few.


The discipline deals with electronic devices and software interfaces. The applications are far reaching, right from the indoors of the house to industries. The tasks of the Electronics and Communication engineers are to direct, control and test produce processes a well as to ensure safety, installation and functioning of the various mechanisms.


The discipline integrates knowledge based on digital electronics and logic design, fundamentals of communication engineering, electronic circuits, signals and systems, power electronics, applied electromagnetic theory, integrated circuits, VLSI, control systems and computer architecture.


The core courses studied in this branch include the following:

  • Electromagnetics

  • Electronics

  • Electrical circuits and machines

  • Signals and systems

  • Digital Signal Processing

  • Microprocessors and Embedded systems

  • Communication systems

  • Optical systems

  • VLSI

The sub fields covered in the Electronics and Communication Engineering include analog electronics, digital electronics, consumer electronics, embedded systems and power electronics.



After completing a B. Tech/BE students can opt for M. Tech/MS in various subjects such as Fiber Optics and Light waves, Microelectronics & V L S I Design, RF and Microwaves, Telecommunication Systems, Visual Information and Embedded Systems.


This branch offers plethora of job opportunities for the engineers. They are mostly employed by electronic and communication industry. The other industries which offer placement to the students include IT, consumer electronics, power transmission companies, computer applications, aviation, telecommunication, electronic media and manufacturing companies.


According to the NIT Silchar Placement 2015 report, Electronics & Communication Engineering has seen 76 percent of the batch strength getting placed. Highest package of Rs. 9 LPA was offered by BhramHos Aerospace. Besides, electronic giants like Philips, Nokia, Reliance Jio were among the major recruiters this year, offering an average salary of Rs. 5 LPA.

Job Prospects

  • Electronics Engineer

  • Electronics Design Engineer

  • Telecommunications Engineering Specialist

  • Electronics Test Engineer

  • Electromechanical Engineering Technologist


The Electronics sector in India is expected to be an USD 29 Billion consumer market by 2020. The demand projected by 2015 is USD 94.2 Billion. The industry growth rate between 2011 and 2015 is 9.88%.


As per the above data, you must have realized the huge demand for skilled manpower in this sector. This is what makes the branch one of the most sought after for the engineering aspirants who have cleared the initial rounds of the admission process, such as cracking the engineering entrance exams to be followed by counselling rounds.

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