The students who choose Electronics Engineering as a U.G Degree get wider prospects of opportunities not only in IT industries but also in core sectors. The scope gets expanded and students get ample opportunities in software-based companies as well as in hardware-based companies. The Hon’ble Prime Minister has given impetus to growth with several innovative initiatives such as “Make in India”, “Digital India”, “100 Smart Cities” and “Skill India” where the electronics sector plays a very important role.
Students who graduate from ETC can work in industries such as Information Technology, Web Design, PCB Design, Robotics and Automation, Telecommunications, and Health Care Equipment Manufacturing, Mobile Communication (2G, 3G, and 4G), IoT based applications in Smart Cities, Power Electronics, VLSI and other Industries such as Steel, Petroleum, and Chemical Manufacturing. Through UPSC, ETC students can work in the Government and Business sector in the areas of design, manufacture, installation, operation, and maintenance of electronic equipment and systems, as well as the Intelligence Bureau and Security. Because of the integration of electronics into numerous new industrial verticals, new opportunities and paths are opening up for electronics and communication experts. Self-driving automobiles, autonomous drone logistics, robotics, industrial automation, smart energy systems, and other cutting-edge technology are just a few examples. However, getting to know these businesses will be difficult because they require engineers who are more hands-on with cutting-edge technology