“With electronics, they just get smaller and smaller.” ~Amy Heckerling Electronics Engineering is a branch of electrical engineering. It deals with the design and application of circuitry and equipment. It is used for power generation and distribution, machine control, and communications. In this discipline, students learn basic electrical theory to design electronic circuits, computer systems and also develop control systems. The Electronics Engineering course is very similar to the Electronics and Communication Engineering course. They differ only in the sense that the latter has subjects focusing more on communication engineering. Communication engineering is an important area of application for electronic circuits. Electronic equipment and communication equipment has interconnected everyone in many ways nowadays. With the evolution of the computer age, Electronics and Communication engineering is an emerging field of engineering. Electronics is now a part of our everyday life, from your pocket FM radio to televisions, computers, mobile phones and even the high-end satellites that are helping us in several ways. The concept is to focus on the communication part with the knowledge of the electronics field. Electronics & Communication Engineering deals with the electronic devices, circuits, communication equipment’s like transmitter, receiver and integrated circuits (IC). It compiles chip level hardware and information technology.
|Diploma (Electronics Engineering/Electronics and Communication Engineering)|
|Eligibility||High School/Intermediate/ITI, Some colleges have a criteria of specific minimum marks|
|Entrance Exam||Polytechnic Diploma Entrance Exam (e.g. Delhi CET, TS POLYCET), Diploma Entrance Test (DET)|
|Average Course Fee||₹60,000 to ₹2,50,000|
|Goal||Junior Electronics/Communication Engineer, Electronics Technician, Lateral Entry in B.Tech|
Satya Nadella – Is an Indian American business executive. He is the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Microsoft, succeeding Steve Ballmer in 2014. Before becoming CEO, he was Executive Vice President of Microsoft's cloud and enterprise group, responsible for building and running the company's computing platforms, developer tools and cloud computing services. Nadella worked at Sun Microsystems as a member of its technology staff prior to joining Microsoft in 1992. At Microsoft, Nadella has led major projects that included the company's move to cloud computing and the development of one of the largest cloud infrastructures in the world. Nadella worked as the senior vice-president of Research and Development (R&D) for the Online Services Division and vice-president of the Microsoft Business Division. Later, he was made the president of Microsoft's $19 billion Server and Tools Business and led a transformation of the company's business and technology culture from client services to cloud infrastructure and services. He has been credited for helping bring Microsoft's database, Windows Server and developer tools to its Azure cloud.