The basics and engineering aspects of designing and implementing IC-based systems will be covered in the VLSI and Embedded Systems M.Tech programme. VLSI technology has traditionally been viewed as a successful combination of two fields: material science and electrical engineering. Physical device research, as well as unique design and development of electrical circuits, are required for current VLSI technology. The programme will emphasize acquiring practical skills in building semiconductor devices and circuits, as well as architecting systems using embedded components such the CPU, memory, and peripherals. Students will be trained in a variety of topics that span multiple domains, from the simplest physical devices to the most complex application development.
The job profiles after the course M.Tech. VLSI and Embedded Systems are Electronics Engineer, Electronics and Communication Engineer, Electronics Design and Development Engineer, Desktop Support Engineer, System Control Engineer etc
Passed Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in the relevant field. Obtained at least 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying examination