Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering is one of the largest and fastest growing industries. It covers a wide range of applications we use daily and which make our life easier and enjoyable such as Television, Radio, computers, telecommunication etc. They helps us to see, hear and communicate over vast distances and do things faster. Electronics has a major role in improving productivity in industries like oil, energy, agriculture and so many other important sectors of economy.

In steel, petroleum and chemical industries it is the electronic devices that direct, control and test production processes. Health care industry depend on electronic instruments to perform chemical tests and to check body functions. They supervise production and manufacturing processes and oversee installation and maintenance. Electronics engineers work with devices that use extremely small amounts of power. They work with microprocessors, fibre optics, and in telecommunication, television, radio etc.

Eligibility For Electronics Engineering

BE / B.Tech or must have passed the AMIE (Associate Membership Examination of the Institute of Engineers) in electronics or Graduate membership Examination of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers or at least a diploma in Electronics Engineering. Eligibility criteria for a BE / B.Tech is 10+2 or equivalent examination, with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Admission to these courses is highly competitive and only those with high academic performance in the board of examination i.e the marks secured in the final exams of 10+2 and in the entrance test can expect admission. Entrance to the IIT's is through 'JEE' (Joint Entrance Exam) and for other major institutions through AIEEE (All India Engineering/Pharmacy/Architecture Entrance Examination) OR their own separate entrance exams and other state level and national level exams.

Job Prospects & Career Option For Electronics Engineering

Some of the responsibilities of electronic engineer are assembling, designing, or testing electronic components of a device, assembling circuits; testing various components for defects; checking functional aspects of IC's, routers, chokes, LCD/LED and other components; suggesting on the use of electronic components; studying equipments for improvements; performing various tests on components to know about their life and efficiency; keeping updated on the various advancements in the electronics industry; making use of electronic components like multi-meters, voltmeters, energy meters and other measuring devices while performing various tests; and ensuring successful functions of electronic and network related components. Some electronics engineering opportunities may also be related with telecommunications projects.

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