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ECE (Advanced Communication Technology)


Advanced communication technology is a four-year B.Tech. Program under the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. The course curriculum is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in both theoretical concepts and practical skills necessary for designing, implementing, and managing modern communication systems. This UG course is created to train engineering students in accordance with Government of India (GOI) and the requirements outlined by AICTE in the fastest growing field of 5G technologies. This is in line with the Government of India’s current focus on 5G to increase GDP, create employment, and digitize the economy.


With the world getting digitized and the speed of communication becoming an important factor, the evolution of 5G communication systems is imminent. While the B.Tech ECE program focuses on electronic devices and the analog and digital communication systems, the B.Tech program in advanced communication and technology focuses on the modern communication system such as 5G. The Fifth Generation (5G) and Advanced Communication Technologies, such as Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO), Beam Forming through Advanced Digital Signal Processing, Device to Device (D2D) communication, Millimeter Wave (mm-Wave) technologies, etc., will be the focus of this engineering program. This insatiable societal demand for connectivity will require significant advancements in communication technologies. The dynamic B.Tech ECE program with a specialization in Advanced Communication Technology equips students for fulfilling careers in the quickly developing field of communication technology, meeting the demands of businesses and society for reliable and strong networks and systems.

Career Prospects:

After finishing this course, students will have professional prospects in a range of industries, including network providers such as BSNL, AIRTEL, manufacturing, health care, education, and information technology infrastructure. Graduates of B.Tech in Advanced Communication Technology can pursue careers in various sectors such as telecommunications, networking companies, research and development organizations, satellite communication companies, IoT companies, government agencies, and more. Job roles include telecommunications engineer, network engineer, RF engineer, system analyst, communication consultant, etc. Accenture forecasts that over the next several years, wireless providers will invest approximately $275 billion in U.S. infrastructure, creating up to three million new jobs and boosting annual GDP by $500 billion.

Industry Partners:

  • BHEL
  • Siemens
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Texas Instruments
  • Intel
  • Philips Electronics
  • Motorola
  • Samsung
  • Flextronics
  • DRDO
  • ISRO
  • Infosys
  • TCS
  • Wipro
  • Accenture
  • HCL Technologies

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