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M.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering

Why take this course?

The M.Tech program in Electronics and Communication Engineering focuses on electronic devices and technologies that communicate voice, data and multimedia information. The communication technology has been sought as the most competitive and growth oriented domain with current networks operating in 4G and 5G spectrums, Communication Networks, Satellite and Space Communications, Software Defined Radios. The communication domain promises a long term career in the future with a never ending thirst for faster networks.

What will I experience?


What opportunities might it lead to?

The opportunities and job openings in the Electronics and Communication Engineering field are many. Some of the recruiters are Nokia, Qualcomm, Sasken Communications and Huawei. The career growth opportunities are listed below.

  • Design Engineer
  • RF Engineer
  • Telecom Engineer
  • Network Engineer
  • Systems Architect
  • R&D Engineer


Degree Awarded

Master of Technology

Course Commencement

August 2018


B.E. or B.Tech in Electronics and Communications / Electrical and Electronics / Electronic and Instrumentation / Mechanical /Industrial Engineering / Mechatronics / Instrumentation & Control, Telecommunications or equivalent.

Study Campus

Admissions Office

Curriculum Structure & Teaching

I Semester
  • Advanced Communication Networks
  • Wireless and Mobile Communication
  • Program Specific Elective - I
  • Program Specific Elective - II
  • Research Methodology & IPR
  • Advanced Communication Networks Lab
  • Wireless and Mobile Communication Lab

II Semester
  • Antennas and Radiating Systems
  • Advanced Digital Signal Processing
  • Program Specific Elective - III
  • Program Specific Elective - IV
  • Antennas and Radiating Systems Lab
  • Advanced Digital Signal Processing Lab
  • Mini Project
  • Value Education

III Semester
  • Program Specific Elective - V
  • Open Elective
  • Project Phase - I

IV Semester
  • Project Phase - II and Dissertation