- What is Telecommunication Engineering?
Telecommunication Engineering is an exciting and diverse field with applications in satellites, next generation mobile phone, air traffic control, the internet and much more. New services offered through the internet, mobility offered by wireless technology, and extreme capacity offered by fibre optics, along with the evolution of policy and regulation, are shaping the Telecommunication network of the future. With multimedia services opening up the possibilities of communications, a number of employment opportunities will arise in the near future.
- Who should study Telecommunication Engineering?
If you want to be at the forefront of a technology revolution and participate in these emerging areas of development, then Telecommunication Engineering is the right course for you. Quantum development in the field of electronics and communication has created many myriad complexities of the e-world. This has made sure that Telecommunications Engineering has evolved and carved out a distinct identity of its own.
- What will I study in this course?
You will study antenna theory, digital communication, information theory and coding, microwaves, Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and its architecture. In addition, you will be introduced to microcontroller applications, analog communication and microprocessors. In this vast and rapidly growing field, you will learn, starting with the fundamentals of three major areas in computer, telecommunications and electronics, all of which are essential to building your foundation in this exciting engineering discipline.
- What are the career opportunities after the completion of this course?/What will I do once I graduate?
The opportunities in the field of Telecommunication engineering are vast and potentially limitless. Many companies such as BSNL, Tata Indicom, Reliance Infocomm, Airtel, Samsung, Qualcomm, Sony Ericsson and Nokia specifically look for candidates with a background in Telecommunications Engineering. Some students choose to opt for higher studies in the field, while others often use the solid engineering background they get at CMRIT as a stepping stone to pursue entrepreneurial ventures of their own.