In an all-encompassing world of advanced technologies in which machines talk to other machines as well as human beings, the ability to design, develop and implement underlying infrastructures to support such communication is key to sustained growth and progress. The seamless convergence of a full spectrum of diverse technologies has created intense demand for engineers who not only understand these technologies but can also effortlessly articulate both the ways and means in which to interact digitally across industries, protocols and even geographical boundaries.
Electronics and communication engineers architect the underlying edifice of the Internet to send and receive billions of data packets every second around the world and even into space. At a fundamental level, electronics and communication engineers adopt active go-to-market strategies to design electronic circuits, devices, microprocessors, microcontrollers and systems to manage, monitor and optimize the performance of electronic devices that enhance the quality of our lives in one way or another. From radars to sonars and from mobiles to motherboards, electronics and communication engineering has touched literally every facet of our existence.
The M.Tech. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering at the KCC Institute of Technology and Management is an industry-focused post graduate course that aims to further refine the analytical, research and cognitive capabilities of students who have already achieved a thorough foundation in electronics, communication, telecommunication or a related field by equipping them with an enhanced skills set that serves as viable pathways to industrial settings globally. The degree is of two years duration and is pursued by students at KCC as a full-time course. It is approved by AICTE. The degree is awarded by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University formally known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University (UPTU)