Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Telecommunication Engineering in India

Telecommunication engineering in India deals with line and wireless communication, or radio communication. Line communication is handled by telephone/telegraph engineers. The work comprises the installation, supervision, and maintenance of telephone exchanges and telephone lines.

The Telecommunication Engineering course in India has designing, installation, maintenance and periodical testing of broadcasting and telecasting systems and studios, and transmitting and receiving stations.

A degree (BE/B.Tech.) in telecommunication engineering, or BE in electrical engineering with communications as a subject.

Academic Programme
Besides a thorough grounding in basic sciences and engineering subjects, communication and control systems, computers, microelectronics, radar and television engineering, and microwave communication are taught in this course.

Job Opportunities
Telecommunication engineers with the Ministry of Communication, AIR, DD, and information and broadcasting sectors, railways, police, BSF, CRPF and defense related organizations, are also employed by private companies manufacturing radio equipment and electronics. This justifies the growing effect of it on the education system of India.

The telecommunication courses train students on how to design, install, troubleshoot and network. It lays special emphasis on both hardware and software and also on mobile telephony, wireless communication, internet protocol media system, GSM architecture, GPRS network, CDMA, voice over internet protocol, symbian operating system, understanding and designing data network, designing of optical networks etc. You can acquire project management skills from various projects offered by telecommunication companies.

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