About Computer Science & Engineering

Electronics and telecommunications engineering ( ETE) is a branch of electrical engineering that focuses on designing and developing electronic technology products. Electrical engineers work in many sectors, including healthcare, media and communications and software technology. Understanding the opportunities this professional discipline offers can help you decide if you want to pursue this career path.

Technology growth is shooting at a very high pace. The demand keeps on increasing day-by-day. Due to this demand, there is a scope of the need for more electronic engineers to fulfil this demand. The engineers would be required to develop new technology and techniques to stay ahead in this competitive world.
The engineers can find a job in many sectors, some of these sectors are consumer electronics manufacturing organisation, telecommunication industry, and IT industry, healthcare equipment manufacturing industry, mobile communications, internet technologies, and power electronics. Some of the other industries may also be steel, petroleum and chemical industry. The graduates in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering can also specialise in the field of sales, product representation, system management, design and manufacture of electronic devices and systems. They can even work in installing, maintaining and repairing the electronic devices.

Since new technologies are coming up each day, Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering is increasing its demand for students. This course would give graduates who are very competent and skilled in the telecom industries. 



  • Electronics Engineer
  • Field Test Engineer
  • Network Planning Engineer
  • Electronics and Communications Consultant
  • Customer Support Engineer
  • Electronics Technician
  • Associate Firstline Technician
  • Research and Development Software Engineer
  • Service Engineer
  • Senior Sales Manager
  • Technical Director