As an electronics and communication engineer, you will be working on the design and operation of electronics and communication devices. You will maintain and analyze the performance of electronic devices, power generation and communication systems.
An electronics and communication engineer will be involved in the design, innovation, and maintenance of electronic devices, tools and communication systems. They may lead also lead research and development projects in the field of electronics and communication.
Physics and Mathematics are compulsory subjects at the 10+2 level to be eligible for admission to an undergraduate course in Engineering. Although you can take Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology or a Technical Vocational subject as a compulsory third subject, it is advisable to take chemistry since it is an important component in the entrance examinations for engineering courses in India.
Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Technology is a four year course offered by Universities and Institutes of Technology in India and abroad.
After graduation, you can take an M Tech / ME degree course in Electronics & Communication Engineering/ Electronic & Computer Engineering , which is of 2 year duration and offers various specialisations. You can also take up the equivalent MS degree course offered by foreign universities and by select institutions in India.
Some institutions like the Indian Institutes of Technology offer an integrated Dual degree combining B Tech and M Tech which is of 5 year duration.
Taking up research and obtaining a PhD in related specialisations will give you an edge in choosing a research oriented career in academia or the industry.
There are select institutions which offer integrated MTech-PhD programs.
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Electronics engineers design and develop complex electronic components and products. They must keep track of multiple design elements and technical characteristics when performing these tasks.
Electronics engineers must collaborate with others during their work to ensure that their plans are implemented correctly. This includes monitoring technicians and devising remedies to problems as they arise.
Electronics engineers must use the principles of calculus and other advanced math in order to analyze, design, and troubleshoot equipment.
Electronics engineers may need to explain complex issues to the colleagues, customers and other professionals as part of their work.
Electrical and electronics engineers should have good writing skills to develop technical publications including maintenance manuals, operation manuals, parts lists, product proposals, and design methods documents.