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BSc (H) Electronics: A boon for young techies in the making

delhi Updated: Jun 09, 2010 00:04 IST

BSc (H) Electronics is a three-year course designed to offer in-depth knowledge of electronics, including the basic concepts and the state-of-art techniques used today.

The course is designed to cater to the present-day requirements of industries such as electronics, computers and organisations committed to research and development. It is also suited for those who want to pursue higher studies in the subject.

The course aims to provide a solid theoretical understanding of the core areas of electronics and extensive laboratory training on the course content.

While MSc in electronics is a prerequisite for many opportunities of employment, self-employment and higher studies, what matters most is the student’s ability to integrate the knowledge of electronics with computers and IT.

The BSc (H) Electronics degree trains the students to take up projects relevant to the industrial needs in electronics by providing exposure to the technology in-vogue.

The University of Delhi is in the process of revising the syllabus which may be implemented from the new academic session. In its current form, the course is a fine blend of papers such as Physics, Mathematics and Electronics. The curriculum is so designed that it covers all the three subject areas from fundamental to advanced level with special emphasis on electronics.

Apart from theoretical learning, students are provided laboratory training in areas such as general Physics, optics, analog electronics, digital electronics, communication systems and microprocessor.

Electronics graduates have careers with major photonics, semiconductor and telecommunications companies. They are employed by a diverse range of industries and government organisations.

Students who have a strong background in Physics and an interest in studying advanced topics in this area should choose this course. Those good at problem solving and critical reasoning are likely to excel in this field.

Dr. Amit Pundir, Associate Professor, Maharaja Agrasen College