B.Tech in satellite Communication


B.Tech in satellite communication deals with the study of satellites and their communication skills. Students applying for this course need to hard working as well as intelligent to carry on with the study of this course. The course gives the student a gross idea about the structure of the satellite, its maintenance and even teaches the students how to design and communicate with them. The students acquire knowledge on how to design the micro chips present in the satellite, how to estimate the life span of the satellites, etc.


The candidates applying for this course should hold a pass certificate of 10 and 10+2 form any recognized University or board of the country. The candidates must qualify the state joint entrance exams (JEE) or may even enter the course through All India Joint Entrance Exam (AIJEE). The minimum percentage of marks to sit in these exams is 50%. Candidates can also join after completion of their diploma courses.

Course outlook:

B.Tech in satellite communication is a course having a span of 4 years, which includes two semester exams, i.e. a total of eight exams in the span of the course. After the completion of the every year of this course, again the students need to register their name for the next year under the same University. But in case of failure the student need to repeat the last year again.

Job prospects:

The students after completion of this course can get high profile jobs with handsome salary in private firms. They can even work under the supervision of space scientists and can even apply for M.Tech with fair amount of income. The students can even work as a teacher in colleges or Universities.

Best places to pursue:

Anna University,



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