Digital Communication continues to be a buoyant industry, as indicated by the current demand for graduates. These courses are designed to qualify student for careers in a wide range of industries, as well as in government and commercial organizations. These typically embrace power electronics, information technology, electronic hardware and software, automation, robotics and control, communications, radio and television, computer engineering, solid – state devices, microelectronics and VLSI.
The courses aid to prepare students for careers as professional engineers through an education in fundamental principles presented in the context of real application and design experience. Liaison with industry, major research establishments, and learned societies ensures that courses continue to meet the changing needs of the profession. Project work throughout the course underpins the necessity for a combination of practical and theoretical skills and abilities.