Electronics and Communications Engineering is one of the vast and rapid growing field of Engineering. If you take all the current development as a wholistic picture, there is over 3x increase in demand for EC engineers per year. And it has been increasing exponentially. Hardware, firmware and software are being more and more integrated and interdependent with one another. As things are becoming smarter and smaller, the need for better VLSI engineers is ever increasing. With advent of communication techniques, there is a lot of demand in the telecom industry.
The main objective of the B.Tech. (ECE) Lateral Entry program is to train students with necessary core competencies to enable them to excel in engineering / entrepreneurship careers after completing the programme. It is a three-year professional undergraduate program. The curriculum is designed such that it enables students to get a strong foundation on different aspects of ECE as a compulsory core courses. The students are also provided opportunities to choose specialization electives courses in their areas of interest such as communication and signal processing, control and embedded systems, and VLSI technology and design. In addition to this, soft skills, industrial training, mini projects and minor and major projects are also integral part of B.Tech. course curriculum.