M.Sc. (Electronics)

Jamia Milia Islamia
In New Delhi

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Typology Master
Location New delhi
  • Master
  • New delhi


Where and when

Starts Location
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New Delhi
Jamia Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Starts On request
New Delhi
Jamia Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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PG Diploma in Broadcast Technology

Zaid Ahmad
5.0 21/09/2010
What I would highlight: This course is highly recommended for those who want to enter into Broadcast Industry as a Technologist. It will give you opportunity to learn from A to Z of Broadcast with its up-to-date syllabus and well qualified and experienced faculty. The institute itself provides state of the art system for hands-on experience. The course includes various technologies involving right from the production, post production to different modes of Delivery to home including Satellite, Cable, IP and Handheld devices. I wish for the bright future for those who opt for this course.
What could be improved: nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Course programme

The Jamia Milia Islamia offers M.Sc. (Electronics) to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:
Mathematical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Electronic Materials, Analog
Circuits, Antenna, Wave Propagation, Microprocessor, Solid State Devices,
Lasers, Opto-electronics, Microwave, Communication Electronics, DSP,
Computer Networks

M.Sc. (Electronics) program was given by UGC in 1994 with three faculty
members. The UGC provided a grant of Rs. 58,56,842/- for running this
course in the first five years. Being a unique course run by the university, the
syllabi was framed in consultation with experts in the field. The course of
M.Sc. Electronics now stands on very strong footings and has got
appreciation from physicists and engineers.

As the future technological development of our country largely rests upon the
development in the field of electronics and communication, this course has to play a greater role in the near future. In 1996, a full fledged department, the department of Applied Sciences & Humanities was created. Since then, the department is progressing. At present, this department has thirteen faculty members.

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