With the demand for electronic hardware expected to rise rapidly to US$400 billion by 2020, India has the potential to become an electronic manufacturing hub. The government is targeting to achieve net zero imports of electronics by 2020 by creating a level playing field and providing an enabling environment. In fact, in the next decade demand for engineers is expected to grow by 11 percent to meet the requirement of Make in India Initiative. At this juncture, a degree in engineering offers immense opportunity, if you choose top universities for B.Tech degree. In view of this, JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU) has come up with a new Cluster Innovation Centre offering a four-year B.Tech. programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering to produce industry ready professionals.
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, JKLU has signed a MoU with Texas Instruments to set up Texas Instruments Innovation Center (TIIC) under TI University Program to have a greater hand on experience in technologies related to Embedded systems, Ultra Low Power Applications, Analog System Design and Internet of Things (IOT). Continue reading