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Electronics and Embedded Technology are two interconnected fields of technology that specialize in providing technical knowledge for electronic systems. This field of engineering uses the Science of Physics and Mathematics to strategically systemise hardware and software systems for carrying out specific functions. The areas concerning Electronics Engineering include microwave circuits, industrial network fundamentals, antennas, and wireless communication. Embedded Technology is interlinked with computer systems, specifically computer hardware and software programs with fixed or temporary functionality. As computing systems, Embedded Technology is used across industries and in varied sectors. Devices used for agricultural processing, medical equipment, cameras, mobile phones and, even airplanes, are dependable on embedded systems. Modern automobiles, machines and equipment, mobile phones, and even household appliances consist of embedded systems like sensors, operating systems, and microphones either to perform special monitoring and control functions or to furnish entertainment. These embedded systems exist as a smaller part of an electronic device operating in a real-time environment.

Electronics Engineering provides an experiential learning space for learners with a focus on holistic growth and development. The emphasis on cohort-based learning, projects, and skill development, trains students to fare well in the professional realm and evolve as responsible engineers. Besides designing electronics and control systems, Electronic Engineers apply Mathematics and Science to study and scrutinize complex electrical problems to undertake thorough problem-solving measures. Embedded Technology Engineers maintain embedded systems after the process of designing, development, and testing is complete with the hardware and software proceedings.

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Study levels:

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The study levels for Electronics and Embedded Technology are as follows:
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Embedded Technology
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication
Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science
Bachelor of Engineering in Embedded Linux Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Control Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Design Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Power Electronics
Bachelor of Engineering in Radio Frequency
Bachelor of Engineering in Microwave Engineering
Bachelor of Technology
Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Computer and Communication Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Industrial and Production Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science
Master of Engineering
Master of Engineering in Electronics Engineering
Master of Engineering in Embedded Technology
Master of Engineering in Electronics and Communication
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Computer Science
Master of Engineering in Embedded Linux Engineering
Master of Engineering in Control Engineering
Master of Engineering in Design Engineering
Master of Engineering in Power Electronics
Master of Engineering in Radio Frequency
Master of Engineering in Microwave Engineering
Master of Technology
Master of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering
Master of Technology in Computer and Communication Engineering
Master of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Master of Technology in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Master of Technology in Industrial and Production Engineering
Master of Technology in Information Technology
Master of Science
Ph.D. in Engineering and Technology

Specialisations:

The following are the various areas of specialisation in this discipline:
Digital Signal Processing
Control Engineering
Very Large-Scale Integration
Design Engineering
Communication Systems
Power Electronics
Radio Frequency
Microwave Engineering
Embedded Controllers
Real-Time Operating Systems
Automotive Electronics

Throwing Caps

In-Vehicle Networking
Analogue
Digital Circuit Design
Digital Communication
Wireless Technologies
Computer Programming
Signal and Image Processing
Communication Engineering

System Analysis
Critical Systems
Hardware-Software Co-Design
Mobile Computing
Embedded Software Design
Minimal User Interface
Digital Components

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Employability:

The flexibility and enormous performance of Electronics and Embedded Technology create important career opportunities in the public and private sectors. This programme has a broad industrial network; hence it bridges the students with employability or further studies, as per their choice.

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    The job titles related to this academic sub-discipline are:
    Electronics Engineer
    Embedded Systems Engineer
    Lecturer
    Researcher
    Hardware Design Engineer
    Embedded Software Engineer
    Design Engineer
    Consultant
    Program Engineer
    Industrial Expert
    Industrial Manager
    Senior Embedded Systems Engineer
    Quality Assurance Engineer
    Project Engineer
    Sales Engineer
    Marketing Director
    Electrical Laboratory Technician
    Electronics Design Engineer
    Desktop Support Engineer
    Service Engineer
    Communications Engineer
    Network Planning Engineer
    Computer Hardware Engineer
    Electro-mechanical Technician

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    Some of the sectors which hire Electronics and Embedded Technology graduates are:
    Intel
    IBM
    Philips
    Motorola
    VOLVO
    Freescale
    Texas Instrument
    Softeq
    Tata Elxsi
    Robert Bosch
    Robert Bosch India
    Tata Consultancy Services
    Bajaj Electricals Ltd
    Siemens
    Alstom Corporate
    Bharat Heavy Electrical Ltd.
    Wipro Lighting Corporate
    Schnider Electric
    Havells India Limited
    Crompton Greaves