B Tech (Honours) in ECE

International Institute of Information Technology -Hyderabad
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Hyderabad
Gachibowli, Andhra Pradesh, India
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B Tech (Honours) in ECE

The B Tech (Honours) programme in CSE/ECE is intended to allow bright and motivated students to aim higher, and put in extra, focused academic work in research. Students take three prescribed courses in the chosen stream, and an in-stream summer training at a research center or in industry, and enroll for additional eight projects credits. Besides, students will have to attend a specially designed summer camp where leaders in the field will speak. It is mandatory for the Honours students to do the final-year project in their selected streams. Presently, some of the streams available for Honours students are: AI and NLP, Visual Information Processing, Data Engineering, Communication Engineering, VLSI and Embedded Systems, Security, Algorithms, Exact Humanities and Computation Theory and Robotics.
The core undergraduate programme is offered in two streams - Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) and Electronics & Communications Engineering (ECE). The first year of the programme in both streams is similar and is intended to ensure a common background in the core concepts of computer science and electronics and communications, exposure to humanities, skills and human values. The second year is aimed at strengthening their knowledge in chosen areas, while offering sound exposure to pure sciences, engineering and humanities streams. A student enrolled in CSE can take ECE courses as electives, and vice-versa. Also, the core programme allows students to switch to the dual-degree (B Tech plus MS by Research) in any of the sub-areas within CSE, ECE, Engineering, Sciences and Humanities.


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