Telecommunications is the technology of sending signals, images and messages over long distances by radio, television, satellites etc. A telecommunication graduate learns to design and also supervise the manufacturing of equipment. The study of telecommunication involves communication of information across channels using optical fibres, or free space. Telecom engineering graduates are responsible for allotting accounting codes for purposes of tax and maintenance.
After successful completion of this course, one becomes competent enough to design, develop, produce and also work in the field as sales, servicing and software engineers. Major domains of employment of telecommunication engineering graduates include: mobile phone service providers, Ministry of Communication, radio, television and other information and broadcasting sectors.
Those who are interested in higher studies can opt for M.Tech or ME in this subject.
Telecommunication engineers can find job in areas of information and communication technology. They are mostly employed by communication, and information and broadcasting sectors and -elated organizations. Engineers can work as technical director, field test engineer, customer support engineer, software engineers, researcher, senior sales managers and service engineer.
Introduction to signals & systems
Fundamentals of Physics
Introduction to circuits & devices
Multivariate & Vector calculus
Electronics and Communications
Engineering Design and Management
Probability and Random variables