Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Degrees offered: B.E /B.Tech, B.Sc., B.Voc., Diploma, Dual Degree, M.A., M.Des

What is Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering is a specialisation of engineering that studies and utilises nonlinear and active electrical components to design the electronic circuits, devices, the integrated circuits and their systems. Electronics Engineering is a form of engineering that includes electronic circuits, devices, and equipment systems.

The whole idea behind Electronics Engineering is about designing, making, running, and servicing the things that people need. It is a branch of electrical engineering. This field provides interesting and challenging jobs to the aspirants who wish to pursue this course and complete their degree in Electronics Engineering.

Electronics Engineering is one of the fields that need creativity in the field while working. Most of the projects done under Electronics Engineering are interesting and need creativity. The field provides opportunities such as Professor, Electronics and Communication Consultant, Senior Sales Manager, and many other job profiles depending on the job profile and interest to work in the field.

Eligibility Criteria (UG & PG) of Electronics Engineering

There are certain eligibility criteria for the students who wish to take admission to the electronics engineering course.

For Electronics Engineering Undergraduates:

  • The candidates should be passed in 12th with Science stream with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects. They should have qualified with a minimum aggregate of 45% marks or equivalent. 

  • The candidate should pass the entrance examination conducted by the universities or institutions to do a course in Electronics Engineering. 


For Electronics Engineering Postgraduates:

  • The eligibility criteria for admission is a Bachelor’s degree in the field and a valid GATE score.

  • Some of the colleges or universities have the eligibility criteria that the student should be passed with average 60% marks or equivalent in the B.Tech or B.E. degree.


Entrance Exams for Electronics Engineering 

The entrance examination for electronics engineering is conducted to check if the candidate is eligible to take admission to the course. Based on the marks scored in the entrance examination, admission is granted to the candidate. 

  • JEE Main - Joint Entrance Examination is an engineering assessment entrance exam which is conducted to get admission to various engineering colleges in India. 

  • JEE Advanced - All India Engineering Entrance Examination is an exam that is held online for admission to various under-graduate engineering courses in institutes. To be eligible for this exam, candidates must qualify JEE Main.

  • CET - Common Entrance Test is an exam conducted for admission to under-graduate courses in engineering colleges. It is a competitive exam. 

  • COMEDK (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka) - It is an entrance exam for undergraduate engineering courses. There are more than 120 colleges that accept the COMEDK scores.

  • GATE - Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is held for admission to the postgraduate engineering courses. The candidate has to qualify this examination for admission to this field.

Scope of Electronics Engineering in India and Abroad

Electronics Engineering is a field that is growing rapidly and provides enormous career opportunities. There are various career paths for candidates who want to pursue a career in Electronics Engineering. There are ample job opportunities for Electronics Engineers worldwide. An Electronic Engineer can find a job in various sectors based on their knowledge about the particular field where they have to work.

The scope of electronics engineering course is enormous as it keeps increasing rapidly. The overall employment of Electronics Engineering graduates grows every year as compared to any other occupations. The engineers in this field are needed to grow and develop to increase work efficiency.

Therefore, the Electronics engineering graduates in this field keep growing eventually according to the changes in the industry. Also, they need to look after all the requirements about the things related to electronics. Electronics Engineering is a field that has more scope in the future with the growth in the industry. 

Course Fees Electronics Engineering

Minimum Fees Maximum Fees
Private Government Private Government
UG
1.14 Lakhs
CA in Electronics Engineering at Vignana Bharathi Institute of Technology, Ghatkesar
6.00 K
B.E /B.Tech in Electronics Engineering at Lukhdhirji Engineering College, Morbi
18.75 Lakhs
Dual Degree in Electronics Engineering at Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar
11.36 Lakhs
Dual Degree in Electronics Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
PG
18.30 K
M.E /M.Tech. in Electronics Engineering at Sreenivasa Institute of Technology and Management Studies, Chittoor
3.00 K
M.E /M.Tech. in Electronics Engineering at Lukhdhirji Engineering College, Morbi
18.34 Lakhs
Dual Degree in Electronics Engineering at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun
6.40 Lakhs
M.E /M.Tech. in Electronics Engineering at International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore
DOCTORAL
44.70 K
Diploma in Electronics Engineering at Gokula Krishna College of Engineering, Nellore
10.00 K
Diploma in Electronics Engineering at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
4.72 Lakhs
Ph.D in Electronics Engineering at Shobhit University, Gangoh
1.52 Lakhs
Ph.D in Electronics Engineering at Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology Surat
DIPLOMA
24.45 K
Diploma in Electronics Engineering at Dr Panjabrao Deshmukh Polytechnic, Amravati
3.00 K
Diploma in Electronics Engineering at Dr S and SS Ghandhy College of Engineering and Technology, Surat
2.46 Lakhs
Diploma in Electronics Engineering at Shah and Anchor Kutchhi Polytechnic, Mumbai
16.74 Lakhs
Diploma in Electronics Engineering at Mahamaya IT Polytechnic, Maharajganj

Course Subjects

Some basic and common subjects are taught in Electronics Engineering course to make sure that the candidate understands the subject to perform well. They should understand the other subjects as well so that it will help them to get better at their workplace as well because the subjects include every aspect of engineering.

The subjects are as follows:

  • Applied Physics

  • Mathematics

  • Communication Skills 

  • Electronic Devices and Circuits I

  • Engineering Linear

  • Laboratory Digital Communication

  • Electives

  • Project 

Careers in Electronics Engineering

The Electronics Engineering course gives the students a chance to select whichever job profile they wish to apply for.  It makes way for great career opportunities for the individuals once they complete the course. They can apply for jobs in academic fields, private companies, MNCs, and government-owned organisations.

The Electronics Engineering students get the opportunities to work in different sectors and gain experience with the same. This course provides good opportunities not only in the private sector but also in government sectors. There is a lot of scope in the field of Electronics Engineering, and also there is a need for more professionals in the field. Below mentioned are some of the career opportunities:

  • Electronics technologist

  • Test engineer

  • Project engineer

  • Product designer

  • Development manager  

Job Profiles and Top Recruiters

Electronics Engineering Job Profiles 

The job opportunities are huge in the Electronics Engineering field and also the need for professionals in this field is on a huge demand. The job profiles vary, and the individual can choose which job profile they wish to apply for. 

Job Profile

Description

Network Planning Engineer

The job of the Network Planning Engineer is to evaluate and then recommend certain changes if any required to meet the future requirements and the organisation’s needs.

They should be familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.

Field Test Manager

The Field Test Manager is responsible for testing the products whenever it is produced and before it comes to the market. The technical issues are eliminated if any.

Lecturer

A Lecturer has to take lectures on the subjects assigned to them. They also have to research, prepare, and assess the student's work.

Customer Support Engineer

The Customer Support Engineers are the ones who serve as experts in the company and help to develop products accordingly.


Top Recruiters in Electronics Engineering Sector 

The individuals are hired in some top organisations and in various sectors of the organisations based on their interest and where they wish to work. There are many options available to them out of which they can select anyone. The recruiters are as follows: 

  • Research and Development Laboratories

  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

  • Defence Organisations

  • National Thermal Power Corporation 

  • Texas Industries

  • CISCO

  • IBM

  • AMD 

Required Skillset for Electronics Engineering

There are some of the skills that you may need while working in the field of Electronics Engineering. Certain skills should be there in the candidate. 

  • Critical Thinking - It is the ability to think clearly and then understand the logic behind it. It is described as the ability to think independently. Critical Thinking requires the ability to find reasons and think upon it. 

  • Interest in Technology - To excel in your profession, you need to have an interest in technology and also learn about the new updates that keep coming in the industry. They should be interested in learning about new technologies. 

  • Communication Skills - The candidate must be able to communicate and convey the information to others in a correct manner and properly so that there is no confusion further. 

  • Complex Problem-Solving Skills - The candidate should be able to solve the problems by finding a solution to them. They need to solve the problems of the team members in the organisation if faced. 

  • Time Management - This skill is very important as it is very important for them to manage their time according to their work. They should be able to manage their time and work accordingly. 

Course Curriculum for Electronics Engineering

The course curriculum introduces the students to various subjects covered in the course. The course curriculum provides good knowledge about Electronics Engineering which has a focus on design, analysis, and manufacturing of electronic devices. The main motive of the course curriculum is to design and develop devices every day.

The Electronics Engineering course gives a chance to the students to produce innovations and developments. It aims at making the students the best Electronic Engineer to work in the field. The course curriculum includes subjects which makes it easy for the students to pursue the course.

Electronics Engineering course curriculum explores fields like Physics, Mathematics, Signals and Systems, and many other subjects. The candidate needs to understand the subjects to score well in academics. 

Questions related to Electronics Engineering

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which is best electronics engineering or Extc

Abir Gayen 14th Jan, 2021

Hi Aspirant,

Both are nearly of the same field but EXtc has opportunities in many telecom and sim operator services and companies like airtel,jio etc easily recruit you if you pass out from a good college.Electronics enginnering also has many job opportunies in various analog and digital companies plus in EXtc you get surfaced to coding also which can also fetch you jobs in IT industries.Both the fields are equally good and each of them has their own importance.But if your college offers the course of ECE then go for it.

hope it helps!!

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What is difference between electronics engineering and instrumentation engineer ?

Abir Gayen 13th Jan, 2021

Hi Aspirant,

Instrumentation engineers are those who does works like measuring,researching and installing,developing,testing,maintaining and also designing of the instruments and the machines used in the industries.Instrumentation engineer  also formulate ways for efficient working of the machines and also deals with several problems related to machines.However electronics engineers deals with electronic parts and working of the small electronic devices along with completion of the functions of various semiconductor devices like mosfet,jfet etc.

hope it helps!!

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Electronics engineering syllabus

Garvita 31st Dec, 2020
Hello,

The syllabus varies from university to university, so here I'm providing the general syllabus that is prescribed by most of the universities.

Sem 1

1. Physics I

2. Engineering graphics

3. Mathematics I

4. Computer science

5. Communication workshop I

6. Workshop technology

7. Practical

8. Physics lab I

9. Engineering graphics lab

10. Computer Lab

11. Engineering workshop


Sem II

1. Physics II

2. Chemistry

3. Mathematics II

4. Electrical engineering

5. Communication workshop II

6. Environmental studies

7. Practical

8. Electrical lab

9. Chemistry lab

10. Physics lab II

Sem III

1. Mathematics III

2. OOPs with C and C++

3. Signals and systems

4. Electronic devices and circuits (EDC)

5. Network theory

6. Communication workshop III

7. Practical

8. OOPs Lab

9. EDC Lab

10. Network lab

11. Electronics lab


Sem IV

1. Electromagnetic field theory

2. Instrumentation and measurement

3. Digital logic design and application

4. Analogue electronics

5. Information theory and coding

6. Electronic material and processes

7. Practical

8. Instrumentation and measure lab

9. Analogue electronics lab

10. Digital circuit design lab


Sem V

1. Linear integrated circuits

2. Numerical methods and applications

3. Microprocessor and peripherals

4. Communication theory

5. Power Electronics and derives

6. Artificial intelligence

7. Practical

8. Communication lab I

9. Microprocessor lab

10. Linear integrated circuit lab

11. Industrial visit

12. Minor project I

Sem VI

1. Antenna and wave propagation

2. Control system engineering

3. Digital signal processing

4. Digital communication

5. Advanced microprocessor and embedded systems

6. Practical

7. Advanced microprocessor and embedded lab

8. Communication Lab II

9. DSP lab

10. Minor project II

11. Comprehensive viva II

Sem VII

1. VLSI engineering

2. Nanoelectronics Technology

3. Microwave electronics

4. Elective I (choose one)

5. Optical communication

6. Remote sensing

7. Wireless communication

8. Solar cell Technology

9. IC Technology

10. Practical

11. VLSI lab

12. Microwave and antenna lab

13. Major project I

14. Seminar

15. Industrial training

Sem VIII

1. Micro electro mechanical systems

2. Industrial automation

3. Industrial organisations and Management

4. Elective (choose one)

5. VHDL

6. Radar systems

7. Multimedia systems

8. Biomedical instrumentation

9. Broadband communication

10. Mobile and cellular communication

11. Practical

12. Major project II

Hope this helps, all the best.
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I have taken second year diploma in electronics engineering in gpm as I got only 68 percent in HSC which are low for good colleges ,so what are the subjects and topics for diploma that I should read online which result into no difficulties during studying diploma ?

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 29th Dec, 2020

hi,

see candidates are eligible to study diploma in engineering after completing 10th with mathematics, and sciences. however you have an added advantage that you have studied 12th as well. now the basics knowledge which would help you for studies from 12th course is mathematics, specially algebra, differentiation, Integration, functions, from physics, current electricity, electromagnetic theory, modern physics, boolean algebra, logic  gates, etc.

refer to the below link to know about the state of up, diploma in electronics engineering syllabus, which would help you to know about the subjects as a reference:

http://bteup.ac.in/Syllabus/folder1920/330%20NSQF%20NITTR.pdf

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doing electronics engineering is a good choice ? if you have taken then what should you ensure that your future is successful?

Hello

Electronics engineering is good branch . From this you can go towards software also and also can do your career in core electronic. So for core you must have to be perfect in the core electronic subjects or you can go for higher education in electronics by appearing for gate . The branch has good scope and also nice opportunities.

Hope my answer will help you

Regards

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