M.tech. in ECE is a 2-year full-time postgraduate ECE course. Every college has its own eligibility criteria, admission procedure, syllabus, fees structure, and placement training.
The minimum eligibility for pursuing this course is a bachelor’s degree in ECE or an equivalent bachelor’s degree with 60% of marks from a recognized university or institute.
Opportunities on graduating with M.TECH in ECE :
The Career Choices for Electronics & Communication Engineer Graduates
One cannot ignore the fact that a few years back, there was a sudden dip reported in the jobs for ECE engineers. Nevertheless, now the situation has altered to a great extent. In fact, according to a collective survey by ASSOCHAM and NEC Corp, the electronics market of India is predicted to reach $400 billion by the year 2020 at a 41% CAGR rate.
As far as remuneration in the field of Electronics & Communication Engineering is concerned, it is important to note that there is no uniformity in this. It profusely depends on the designation of the individual and their skills.
Despite saying this, there is no qualm that Electronics and Communication Engineering is a promising growth-driven stream, and adequate knowledge in the field, when amalgamated with specific skill set, qualifies the individual for a wide range of entry-level openings. Some of the important positions that ECE pass outs can serve are listed below:
1. Electronics Engineer
With the emerging rise in the electronics industry, new leading firms are springing up to meet the needs of the consumer market. The profile of electronics engineer has a great demand in the market and this has created a lot of opportunities for the ECE aspirants.
2. Electronics and Communication Engineer
ECE students could also pursue in the communications, networking, and broadcast, transmission systems work area. This work is mainly targeted to consolidate electronics, conceptualize the communication network framework, and ensure its flawless execution.
3. Electronics Design & Development Engineer
Electronics design and development is one of the most preferred choices of position by ECE graduates who want to have dazzling prospects in the electronic designing and development field.
4. Desktop Support Engineer
The profile of Desktop Support Engineer is required in almost every IT and non-IT company. This means there will be no scarcity of job options for ECE graduates in this position.
5. System Control Engineer
System control engineer job includes not only the designing of complicated systems but also testing of it. This is one of the reasons why the candidates for this profile are recruited as technical supervisors, system control managers, etc.
Admission into UG and PG programs of the Institution is based on State level Common entrance test conducted by the Govt. of A.P. The details are as follows.
For U.G Programmes : – for UG programmes, admission of the students into various programs of the institution is based on State level Common Entrance test, EAMCET /ECET, conducted by Government of A.P
For P.G Programmes :- Enrolment of the students into MBA courses is based on the state level common Entrance test, ICET, conducted by the Government of A.P
Enrollment of the students in M.Tech programs is based on PGECET conducted by the Government of A.P and all India GATE exam. There are two categories in admission process.
Category A :- for both U.G and P.G programs 70% seats based on the common entrance test conducted by government of A.P
Category B :- 30% of the seats are filled under Management / NRI category as per the norms / regulations prescribed by the A.P Technical education department.