Higher studies after B.Tech Electronics and Communications


The higher studies options are very large for those candidates who have completed their graduation in B. Tech Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. The candidate needs to work really hard so as to get through this course.

Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is the branch of Engineering and technology that deals with the control of machines, electronics chip designing, measurement and integrated circuits. This branch of study concentrates on the principle as well as operation of measurement systems which are highly useful for designing and configuring the automatic systems with accuracy. The candidates those who have pursued a degree in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering can opt for any of the following courses for their Masters.

  • Advanced Communication Systems
  • VLSI System Design
  • Signal Processing
  • Electronic Instrumentation
  • Embedded systems
  • Very large scale integrated circuits
  • Sensor technology
  • Digital image processing
  • Signals and systems
  • Advanced robotics
  • Power electronics

The candidates can also choose Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Applications other than opting M,Tech as the higher career option.

Other certification courses after B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation

After completing B.Tech in electronics and instrumentation engineering, students can also join the certificate courses that are offered in VLSI and embedded courses etc. Some of the available certificate courses are cited below.

  • Advanced Diploma in Real Time Operating Systems
  • Certificate courses in Verilog and VHDL
  • Certificate program in VLSI design engineering
  • Diploma in Embedded Systems Design
  • Diploma in VLSI Design
  • Diploma in Wireless Technology
  • Online course on Embedded Systems
  • PG Diploma course in Industrial Automation System Design

Career scope after B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation

The career opportunities for candidates who have completed B. Tech in Electronics and Instrumentation are very high. Several openings are available for students from Electronics and Instrumentation stream in both private as well as public sectors. Vacancies arise in public sectors such as BHEL, GAIL, SAIL, NTPC, TATA, Indian Engineering service and Indian Oil Corporation. These organizations in the public sector hire Electronics and Instrumentation graduates every year.

Large number of B.Tech Electronics and Instrumentation graduates finds employment in IT industry soon after the completion of the course. They start their career as software engineers. Electronics and Instrumentation graduates have great employment opportunities in electronic device manufacturing units and chip design industries. Some of the highly reputed companies in the private sector are Siemens, Motorola, Samsung, Pinnacle, Philips, HP etc. Apart from jobs in India, students can also get jobs abroad. Many pioneer firms overseas provide large employment opportunities for engineers of this field.



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4 Responses to “Higher studies after B.Tech Electronics and Communications”

  1. 4
    Prakash R:

    I Have completed Diploma ECE before last two years. But i have unable to continued my higher studies because of my family problems. I think will studying B.Tech ECE in part time . And i will get a good job from media industry. It is possible. Kindly advice for me.

    Prakash R

  2. 3

    career options for students in networking field after btech in electronics and communication

  3. 2

    my query is dat if i want to do ms in eie in top universities abroad wot criterio is required after b-tech??
    nd if v do ms in electronics and instrumentation wot will b our first salary package if we work abrod?/

  4. 1
    vikas mistry:

    my b-tech(ECE) is complete with last sem suplymentry & CGPA is very law
    my CGPA is 5.24 so what can i do????
    i guess i do mba what u say????