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M.Sc. (Electronics)


 

M.Sc. Electronics

The M.Sc. program which follows the B.Sc.(H) Electronics aims at training the students in the area of Semiconductor Electronics, Digital and Analog Electronics, DSP, Material Science and IC Technology. The students also have undergone courses in computer oriented numerical techniques and computer aided analysis of electronic networks. The objective of this course is to produce professionals for the industrial needs. Keeping this in mind the students are required to undergo two months summer training and a comprehensive six months project work.
 
The course is designed with a view to catering to the present day requirements in Industries, R&D fields, Higher studies and Self-employment. Moreover the course structure intends to inculcate strong laboratory skills so that the student can take up independent projects which will help to be an enterpreneur. The students passed out from the revised course will serve as quality human resource to take up the state of art research work of the Department.

This course provides exposure to the students to the technologies in-vogue and trains them to take up projects relevant to the industrial needs, the R& D activities and self employment opportunities.

In addition the course caters to the requirements of providing complete exposure to NET/SET syllabus for Electronics farmed by the U.G.C.

ELEGIBILITY FOR THE M.Sc. COURSE

Admissions to this course will be in two categories: (I) 50% seats by direct merit on basis of marks obtained in B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics, University of Delhi (II) 50% seats by entrance examination. Eligibility requirements are given below:

Category I (Admission on Merit Basis)

  1. B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics from University of Delhi

Category II

 

1.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics from University of Delhi

50% or above

 

2.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Electronics from other Universities

 

50% or above

 

3.

B.A. Sc. (Hons.) Electronics, Instrumentation from University of Delhi

 

50% or above

 

4.

B.A. Sc. (Hons.) Electronics, Instrumentation from other Universities

 

50% or above

5.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics from University of Delhi

 

50% or above

6.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics from other Universities

 

50% or above

 

7.

B.Sc. (Genl.) Physics, Maths, Electronics from University of Delhi

 

60% or above

 

8.

B.Sc. (Genl.) Physics, Maths, Electronics from other Universities

 

60% or above

 

All Course Requirements after 10+2+3

No fo Seats: 32