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M.E. – Applied Electronics

About the program
This postgraduate program in Applied Electronics transforms graduate engineers to high-quality technical professionals and research scholars who can meet the requisite requirement of educational institutes, R & D organizations, and electronics industry. The program is focused in emerging fields of digital signal processing and telecommunications. The post graduates would have acquired knowledge to apply in the development of embedded systems, wireless networks, VLSI designs, and allied technologies, and will also be fully equipped to take up research in related and interdisciplinary areas.

This is a two year program to which students are admitted based on their performance in the Common entrance test. The program requires students to take over three semesters of course work, including 28 credits of core courses, 4 credits of laboratory courses, and 18 credits of elective courses. In addition, there is a Masters project that the students carry out over a period of almost two semesters. The M.E. project is stringently evaluated at three stages, a thesis is an essential requirement, and often the work leads to publications.

B.E./B.Tech. in the following streams with minimum percentage of marks recommended by Anna University are eligible:

1. Electrical and Electronics
2. Electronics and Communication
3. Electronics
4. Electronics and Instrumentation
5. Instrumentation and Control
6. Instrumentation
7. Biomedical
8. Biomedical Instrumentation
9. Medical Electronics.

The program covers but not limited to below specified courses: Electronics and Communication post-graduates have tremendous employment opportunities in research, design, development, manufacturing, testing, quality assurance, system integration and commissioning, in allied industries of Telecommunications – Mobile, Wireless, Broadband, Optical, Satellite; Signal processing and computing; Embedded System design; VLSI design, Hardware design and testing; Bio-medical instrumentation; Software development and testing