Faculties » Electronics and Communication Engineering

What is Electronics and Communication Engineering?

Electronics is the technology concerned with the development and behaviour of devices and circuits (televisions, computers), which make use of electronic components such as transistors or silicon chips. Electronics engineers develop and design products, processes or devices in the field of low-power electricity. Their main areas of work are in computer applications, control systems (from satellite tracking to domestic appliances), medical equipment, radio and television and telecommunications.

Today is an era of electronics and communications, and research into how electronics are used in instrumentation and communication forms the core of  this department. As such, it integrates those areas of engineering. Students study a curriculum built around the latest technology with the goal of applying that knowledge to emerging technologies through practical experimentation and intensive discussion sessions.


What do Electronics and Communication Engineers do?

Design, fabricate, maintain, supervise, and manufacture electronic equipment used in the entertainment media, in hospitals, in the computer industry, for communication and in defense. Electronics engineers work with devices that use extremely small amounts of power. They work with microprocessors, fibre optics, and in telecommunication, television, and radio.


Electronics and Communication Engineering at JIS Group of Colleges

4 year B.Tech programme approved by AICTE in Electronics and Communication Engineering is offered at JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani; Guru Nanak Institute of Technology, Panihati, Sodepur and Narula Institute of Technology, Agarpara. The curriculum followed is as designed by the West Bengal University of Technology. It offers four years electronics and communications engineering program as well as graduate studies. The department is supported with a wide range of well equipped electronics, communications, electromagnetic, and computer laboratories. JIS College of Engineering also offer AICTE approved 2 year M. Tech programme with specialization in Mobile Communication & Network Technology.


Career Opportunities

Graduates in Electronics & Communication Engineering are qualified for employment in a wide variety of sectors. This ranges from consumer electronics such as television, video and compact disc to the use of electronic systems for communications and computing in business. In the public utilities such as elecrticity, gas and water supply, electronic control and protection systems are indispensable. Students completing the undergraduate curriculum can be employed in the public and private sector industries and organizations such as the Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, National Physical Laboratories, AIR, Civil aviation, and the police wireless departments.

Electronics engineers are also absorbed into the entertainment transmission industry, research establishments, and defense. They can also take up teaching and research in one of the many engineering colleges in India or abroad.

Job opportunities for electronics and communications engineers cover a whole spectrum of fields including civilian and military industries concerned with the generation and transmission of signals designing electronics and communications equipment and circuits such as TV's, VCR's, computers and satellite communications systems. Electronics and communications engineers harness electromagnetic radiation and develop instrumentation used in Radar and Sonar systems.


Why Electronics and Communication Engineering?

Electronic systems are at the heart of the new industrial revolution and play a vital role that affects nearly every aspect of our modern daily lives. Mobile phones, computers, televisions, radios, digital media systems, satellites, exchanges, avionics, automotive systems, control and instrumentation systems, embedded systems, medical equipment, and many others are all based on advanced electronic technologies. The need for ever increasing performance in these areas is both challenging and rewarding. These systems require professional electronic engineers for their design, development, commission, service and management. If being part of an exciting profession that investigate solutions to virtually every problem encountered today appeals to you, then you are invited to consider Electronic Engineering for your career choice.


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