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All about B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering


All about B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering

Last updated: 23 Oct 2020

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What is Telecommunication Engineering?

Telecommunication Engineering is focused on the devices and mediums used to transmit communications information in the form of words, sounds or images over great distances. Telecommunication engineering works with antenna, satellite, transmitter, receiver, transistor, ICs, capacitor, micro controllers, microprocessors, microwaves, signal modulation. It basically deals with how communication is established between one device to another device with how long without any noise, through which medium and what other processes and devices are being taken place.

Few lines about B.Tech/BE Telecommunication

The B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering is an undergraduate course that is divided into 8-semesters. The course aims at teaching students about the new telecom trends in the industry and various other things like networking basics, the infrastructure of telecom, standards of mobile communication and designing of the work.

The course further tells the students about the IT applications used in the telecom sector, about how the programming of mobile apps is done and details of digital communication. The course deals with multidisciplinary subjects such as electronics, telecommunications, electrical, computer science, etc.

Eligibility for B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering

The students who have passed PUC or 10+2 with a science background can join B.Tech/BE courses. The students interested in joining B.Tech courses are required to qualify competitive exams like CET/COMED-K/JEE with high marks in order to get merit seats in various colleges.

Admission Procedures

The students with relevant qualifications can join B.Tech/BE courses by two modes. The first one is Merit based admission and the second one is Direct admission.

Let’s discuss in detail

Merit Admission

The students who are interested to join B.Tech/BE Telecommunications degree should mandatorily appear for CET/COMED-K/JEE or institutional-based entrance exams and undergo counselling to choose their desired colleges for merit seats. The engineering college allots the merit seats to the students according to their rankings and marks obtained by them in their entrance exams and marks scored in PUC or 10+2. 

There are two types of counselling for the B.Tech/BE students

1. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) Counselling

The students who are interested to join the government engineering colleges and other engineering colleges affiliated to the government should undergo the counselling procedures of Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). 

The students who intend to join for the merit seats under government quota are required to complete the counselling procedures and join for the B.Tech/BE programmes in their chosen colleges. The Engineering colleges under the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) are affiliated to the Visveswaraya Technological University (VTU).

2. COMED-K Counselling

The students who are interested to join the private autonomous engineering colleges and deemed universities that are affiliated to All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) are required to apply for the COMED-K counselling procedures. The students should qualify the COMED-K counselling procedures to get admission to their desired private autonomous engineering colleges or deemed universities for Engineering programmes. 

Direct Admission  

The students have another option of getting admission to B.Tech/BE Telecommunication course by direct admission process. Under this mode of admission, the students are given direct admission to their desired colleges under management quota. The direct admission students enjoy many special privileges like that they are not required to apply for any entrance exam for getting admissions. They have an option to choose their desired colleges and universities and book their seats in advance even before the starting of the academic year. The students who are interested in direct admissions are required to contact Galaxy Educational Services for more details.

Course Curriculum

The students of B.Tech/BE Telecommunication engineering will be studying the following subjects during their course duration

Sl No Subjects of Study

1.

Communicative English

2.

Calculus and Matrix Algebra

3.

Computational Thinking and Problem Solving

4.

Physics

5.

Engineering Drawing

6.

Vector Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations

7.

Computer Programming

8.

Solid State Devices

9.

Fundamentals of Electrical Technology

10.

Chemistry

11.

Linear Algebra

12.

Network Theory

13.

Electromagnetic Theory

14.

Digital Systems

15.

Signals & Systems

16.

Probability and Random Process

17.

Electronic Circuits

18.

Digital Signal Processing

19.

Transmission Lines and Waveguides

20.

Optimization Techniques

21.

Linear Integrated Circuits

22.

Control Engineering

23.

Communication Theory

24.

Microprocessor and Microcontroller

25.

Circuits and Communication

26.

Microcontrollers

27.

Digital Communication

28.

Data Communication and Networks

29.

Computer Organisation & Architecture

30.

VLSI Design

31.

Radio Frequency Engineering

32.

Information Theory and Coding

33.

Microwave Engineering

Career & Scope

The B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering students have excellent career scope and growth. They are hired in both government and private organisations. They are well-paid and have excellent career growth in the field of telecommunications.

Salary & Emoluments

The fresh B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering students will be earning around 4 lakhs to 6 lakhs per annum. The experienced professionals will be earning around 6 lakhs to 10 lakhs per annum.

Top Organisations hiring B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering students

Some of the top organisations hiring B.Tech/BE Telecommunication engineering students are:

  • BHEL
  • BEL
  • Vodafone
  • Airtel
  • Nokia
  • Samsung
  • Verizon

Placement Opportunities

Some of the important job roles available are:

Telecommunication Engineers: Telecom engineers regularly interact with co-workers, customers or other technicians. Therefore, it's essential to have good interpersonal skills and the ability to convey complex concepts to people with varying skill levels. In this role, you are responsible for managing telecom infrastructure, routers and computer networks. Telecommunications engineers also need a good understanding of VoIP and telephony networks, cabling standards, WAN protocols and ISO documentation.

Telecom Specialists: Telecoms specialists can coordinate, manage or support the design of service products and devices. Specialists may make customer appointments with installers or repairs to set up repairs or maintenance on systems, cables and other specialty equipment. Individuals in these specialist telecom jobs also provide follow-up and expertise on specific issues. Project coordinators, for instance, assist other professionals and organisations in the delivery of projects.

Equipment Installation Engineers: Also known as telecom technicians, those who work in this field usually handle telecom equipment maintenance and repairs. Their duties include planning network installations, troubleshooting outages, testing circuits and preparing installation diagrams. They must possess troubleshooting and mechanical skills as well as strong customer skills.

Telecom Project Managers: This is one of the most sought-after jobs in the telecommunication sector. Responsibilities include developing personnel policies and procedures, directing specific projects and making adjustments when needed, ensuring timely installations, implementing network security policies and more. Project managers handle a variety of projects from start to finish while ensuring compliance with the estimated timelines and costs. Those who are interested in this role need to possess a wide range of skills. They must be good communicators, manage their time efficiently and stay up-to-date with the latest industry standards and regulations. Telecom operators usually prefer candidates with a bachelor's degree in computer science or engineering.

Final Lines

There is a huge demand for B.Tech/BE Telecommunication Engineering students in the telecommunication industry. They are well paid and can expect excellent career growth in the field of telecommunication. The students with a passion towards telecommunication can join this course.

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