B.Tech in ECE with specialization in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

B.Tech in ECE with specialization in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

  • About the program

    The B.Tech program in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) with specialization in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is designed to focus on the vital role of communication and computer technology in modern society. The program covers a broad range of topics including image processing, data communication, networking, data mining, Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, testing, and software design. Students in this program will gain knowledge in communication and information devices, such as radio, television, cellular phones, computer network hardware and software, and satellite systems. They will learn to utilize their expertise to plan, design, implement, and deploy IT infrastructures to create information systems that can provide solutions to various societal needs.

Duration & Eligibility

B.Tech in ECE with specialization in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
(4 Years)

1. Passed 10+2 examination with 50% marks in aggregate with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as mandatory subjects.
2. Secured pass marks in PCM and should have proficiency in english language

Program Fee Ist Year (2024-25)

Particulars All India Category Uttarakhand/Himalayan State Quota (After 26% Scholarship on Tution Fee)
1st Semester 2nd Semester 1st Semester 2nd Semester
Tution Fee 65,000 65,000 48,100 48,100
Academin Service Fee 41,250 41,250 41,250 41,250
Total 106,250 106,250 89,350 89,350

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The scope of a B.Tech in ECE with a specialization in ICT is vast and encompasses a wide range of industries and sectors. Here are some key areas where graduates can find opportunities:

  • Telecommunications: Telecommunication companies, both traditional and mobile, rely on ICT infrastructure for network design, optimization, and maintenance. Graduates with this specialization can work in areas such as wireless communication, network planning, fiber optics, satellite communication, and data transmission.
  • Internet of Things (IoT): With the increasing integration of various devices and systems, the IoT has gained significant importance. B.Tech graduates specializing in ICT can contribute to the development of IoT-based solutions, including sensor networks, connectivity protocols, and data analytics for smart homes, cities, industries, and healthcare.
  • Network and System Administration: Information systems and networks require efficient management and administration to ensure smooth operations. Graduates with expertise in ICT can pursue careers as network administrators, system analysts, or IT consultants, managing network infrastructure, implementing security measures, and ensuring efficient system performance.
  • Software Development: ICT encompasses software development for various applications and platforms. Graduates can work as software engineers, developing applications, designing user interfaces, and implementing innovative solutions for businesses, e-commerce, mobile platforms, and emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
  • Cybersecurity: As technology advances, the need for cybersecurity specialists becomes critical. Graduates with a specialization in ICT can contribute to the security of digital systems, networks, and data. They can work as cybersecurity analysts, ethical hackers, or consultants, safeguarding organizations from cyber threats and developing secure systems.
  • Research and Development: Graduates can pursue research and development opportunities in academia, research institutes, or corporate R&D divisions. They can contribute to advancements in ICT by exploring emerging technologies, developing innovative solutions, and conducting research in areas like wireless communication, data analytics, and network protocols.
    The scope of B.Tech in ECE with a specialization in ICT is not limited to these areas. Graduates can also explore opportunities in fields such as automation, robotics, embedded systems, data science, and artificial intelligence. Additionally, entrepreneurship is a viable option, as graduates can leverage their knowledge and skills to start their own technology-based ventures