BSc Electronics Course details, Latest Syllabus, Semester wise subjects and Job opportunities.
What is BSc Electronics?
BSc Electronics or Bachelor of Science in Electronics is a 3-Year (6 Semester) Undergraduate degree programme with restructured course in science domain with an adequate background of mathematical sciences. The aim of the program is to provide knowledge in the theory of Electronic Science and also to train them in achieving technical expertise in Electronic Application. The tools and techniques of computer applications, industrial automation, electronics, and analytical techniques have a major role in the curriculum.
Through the completion of the program the student will be equipped with:
- Basic communicative skill in the English language
- Environmental and civic awareness
- Communicative skills and literary sensibility in languages other than English
- Knowledge of the theory behind core subjects like; Electronic components, Electronic measuring and testing instruments, Analog and Digital IC’s, Electronic circuit design and implementation, Troubleshooting and maintenance of electronic and electrical devices.
- Skills in assembly Language and High-Level Language programming, Interfacing of electronic devices with computers, etc.
- Ability to develop industrial and entrepreneur applications.
After qualifying BSc Electronics the graduates can pursue his/her career in software testing, electronic design engineer, technical executive, chemical administrator, technical support associate, software developer, etc. Both government and private sectors hire electronics graduates.
The higher-level education you can go for after completion of BSc Electronics are in MSc Electronics, MSc Instrumentation Technology, MCA, MBA, etc. These areas create more market value.
The eligibility criteria to apply for the BSc Electronics course is to qualify 12th from a recognized board with mathematics or electronics or computer science or computer applications as one of the optional subjects.
The duration of this course is divided into 6 Semesters. Following are the list of Subjects under each Semester included in BSc Electronics.
- Basic Electronics and Network Theorems
- Mathematics – I
- Optional Complementary I
- Common Course I (English)
- Common Course II (English)
- Second Language (other than English)
- Electronic Circuits
- Basic Electronics and Network Theorems Lab
- Electronic Circuits Lab
- Mathematics -II
- Optional Complementary II
- Common Course III (English)
- Common Course IV (English)
- Second Language (other than English)
- Python Programming
- Sensors and Transducers
- Digital Electronics
- Skill Development Lab I
- Mathematics –III
- Optional Complementary III
- Data Communication and Optical Fibers
- Microprocessors – Architecture and Programming
- Analog Integrated Circuits
- Digital Electronics Lab
- Analog Integrated Circuits LAB
- Skill Development Lab II (Mini Project)
- Optional Complementary IV
- Electromagnetic Theory
- Microcontroller and Interfacing
- Network Theory
- Microprocessor programming and interfacing lab
- Open Course
- Communication System
- Principles of DSP
- Microwave Theory and Techniques
- Elective Course
- Microprocessor & Microcontroller programming and interfacing lab
- Communication system Lab
- Principles of DSP Practical
- Project Work
About Common Course: In Semester 1&2 there two common course in English and a Second Language (Select as per your choice) along with Core Subjects.
About Open Course & Elective Course
In Semester 5 you have an open course and in semester 6 an elective course, the list of open courses and elective courses are given below:
- Computer Hardware
- Digital Fundamentals
- Electronics Fundamentals
- Optical Communication
- Industrial Electronics
- Control Systems
You can choose any one of the above listed courses from Open and Elective Courses as per your choice. (Availability of courses may vary for different colleges)
About Project Work
During the final year, you have to submit your Main Project.
Objective of Project Work: The aim of project is to apply knowledge acquired through curriculum in practical problem solving, to develop creative thinking in finding viable solutions to real life problems and to foster innovation in design of products, processes or systems.