FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN BASIC ENGINEERING would typically include Electronics and Communications Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electrical Engineering. This course introduces students to the engineering process. Students will learn how to identify and define problems, brainstorm solutions, and develop and evaluate design options.
Core objectives of basic engineering course is to provide highly specialized design to solve problems with help of science.
Electronics and Communications Engineering discuss about basic electronic components, such as resistors, capacitors, and inductors, and how they are used in circuits. The course may cover topics such as Boolean algebra, logic gates, sequential circuits, and digital system design.
Civil engineering typically covers fundamental concepts, principles, and theories related to the design, construction, and maintenance of civil infrastructure. This involves the study of the behaviour of structures and materials under various loads and stresses.
Mechanical engineering typically covers the fundamental principles and concepts of mechanics, materials science, thermodynamics, manufacturing processes like casting, machining, and forming, as well as the principles of product design and engineering.
Electrical engineering typically covers the fundamental principles and concepts of electrical circuits, electromagnetism, digital logic, signals and systems, power systems and study of the behaviour of electric circuits, including the principles of voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, and inductance.
UG PROGRAMS: BTech, B.E. in Electronics and Communications Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering.
PG PROGRAMS: M. Tech, M.E. Electronic systems engineering, Industrial electronics, Mechatronics, Microelectronic engineering, Microwave engineering, Structural Engineering and Building Technology, Civil Engineering, Electrical systems, Electromechanical engineering, Mining electrical engineering.
COURSE DURATION: 3 days
Telecommunications Engineer: Telecommunications engineers design and maintain communication systems, including telephone, radio, and TV networks. They also work on satellite and internet communications.
Network Engineer: Network engineers design, build, and maintain computer networks. They work on the hardware and software that allows different computers to communicate with each other.
Electronics Engineer, Control Systems Engineer, Robotics Engineer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Signal Processing Engineer
Structural Engineer: Structural engineers design and analyses buildings, bridges, and other structures to ensure that they are safe and structurally sound.
Construction Manager: Construction managers oversee the construction of buildings, roads, bridges, and other infrastructure projects, ensuring that they are completed on time, within budget, and to the required standards.
Environmental Engineer, Geotechnical Engineer, Transportation Engineer, Urban Planner, Surveyor,
Mechanical Engineer: This is the most obvious choice for a mechanical engineering graduate. Mechanical engineers design, develop, and test mechanical devices, tools, engines, and machines.
Manufacturing Engineer: Manufacturing engineers are responsible for designing and improving manufacturing processes and systems. They work to ensure that products are produced efficiently, cost-effectively, and to the required quality standards.
Aerospace Engineer, Automotive Engineer, Robotics Engineer, Energy Engineer,
Consulting Engineer, Project Manager, Researcher, Entrepreneur
Power Engineer: Power engineers work with electrical power systems, including the design, installation, and maintenance of power systems.
Control Engineer, Software Engineer, Renewable Energy Engineer, Research and Development Engineer, Consulting Engineer, Project Manager, Academia, Project Manager, Consulting Engineer, Researcher, Research and Development Engineer, Technical Sales Engineer
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 3 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes