Difference between B.Tech Electronics and B.Sc Electronics


Electronics sector in India is growing at a fastest rate nowadays and more and more developments are happening in this field. This sector creates lots of opportunities for young graduates who are interested in designing and manufacturing electronic devices and components. There are many colleges and universities offering courses both at B.Sc and B.Tech courses at graduation level. Students can choose any of these courses according to their comfort.

B.Tech Electronics and Opportunities

Candidates choosing B.Tech in electronics need to pass their twelfth class with PCM and need to pass the entrance test so that they will be eligible to apply for the course. The duration of B.Tech course is for four years which consist of eight semesters. The candidates need to pass the examination at the end of every semester. Those candidates who pass all the examinations conducted till the last semester along with project viva examination will be awarded B.Tech degree. There are lots of career opportunities available for candidates who wish to pursue a career in electronics field.

B.Sc Electronics and Opportunities

B.Sc in electronics is a three year course which is of six semesters. Candidates after successfully completing their course are awarded Bachelors degree in science. Those candidates who wish to study further can opt for M.Sc in electronics. They can take up a job in designing electronic goods, manufacturing etc. They are paid on the basis of job specification and the sector in which they are employed. There are numerous opportunities in the IT sector and the pay is also really high in the sector.

Key difference between B.Tech Electronics and B.Sc Electronics

  • Both B.Tech and B.Sc covers same topics but the key difference is that B.Tech students need to study each topic in depth compared to BSc students.
  • Duration also differs i.e. B. Tech is for four years and B.Sc is for three years. Engineers are also paid high compared to B.Sc graduates.
  • B.Tech in electronics covers right from the designing, manufacturing and use of electronic equipments and devices whereas B.Sc in electronics is concerned with the theoretical and application of instruments and their process.

Both B.Tech and B.Sc courses have their own advantages. The candidates while choosing their area of studies need to give preference to their ability, preference and scope for their career and development.



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9 Responses to “Difference between B.Tech Electronics and B.Sc Electronics”

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    I am B.Sc electronics pass out currently working in an IT firm for the past one year.Also doing M.S from BITS Pilani.
    Would like to know whether MBA or PGDM is better and from which institution i should get it?
    Which will be better-Getting it as a full time course or distance mode?
    Please answer my queries.

  2. 8

    can we do btech after bsc and what is career after bsc

  3. 7

    i have done b.sc in electronic and would like to do b.ed from ip i have given ip cet and got 300 rank but i have a doubt will i get admission in the same? please help

  4. 6

    what is the difference between M.Sc in electronic media(integrated 5 years) and ME multimedia is there any syllabus comparison for that if so kindly send

  5. 5
    jagyan pradhan:

    can i appear GATE exam after completion of B.sc(ETC)?

  6. 4

    is it good to do b.sc in electronics

  7. 3

    I am studying 2nd PUC , which is d entrance exam I want to write to join B.tech , pls tell me and some information about B .tech

  8. 2

    I am doing final year B.Sc electronics and communication system.after this can i joint in MBA ? is there any scope to get good job ?

  9. 1

    Im an Mba graduate but keen in pursuing a course in electronics and take up a career in the same. I know its a bit too late to pursue my interest but, hey, better late than never. So plz suggest a way i could take up an appropriate course in electronics. I have PCM in 12th and a BCA degree apart from my MBA.