Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Departmental FAQ

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

 Intake capacity is 60 Seats.

Despite increasing demand for telecommunications services, technological advances mean telecom companies need fewer workers. However, job opportunities will arise from the need to replace a significant number of workers who are expected to retire.
Communications companies largely promote from within. So if you’re already employed in telecom, keep your eyes and ears open for opportunities. If you’re new to telecom, prospects will be best for entry-level technical, customer service and sales professionals. In either case, rapid technological changes mean that up-to-date technical skills will serve you well. Adding new skills translates into job security and the opportunity to make more money.

It's impossible to know exactly where the industry is headed, and no one can predict the millions of ways technology will change our lives. What we know for sure is that the future of telecom is bright. Here are trends to watch:
Demand for wireless will continue to boom as wireless capabilities are integrated into more and more products, such as cars. This will spur further development and continuing adoption of faster 4G and LTE networks.
Mobile devices will continue to evolve quickly. We’ll see more features built into smaller devices and brisk sales on new devices like wearables and phablets, which are part smartphone and part tablet.
Consumers will increasingly use their mobile devices to go online. Some predict that we’ll have 26 billion connected devices around the world by 2020. Security will continue to be important as wireless capacity increases. Broadband will continue to be used to improve healthcare as patient/doctor eVisits redefine their relationships and bring significant savings.