Diploma In Telecommunication Engineering
Diploma In Telecommunication Engineering Program Objective
In the progression of eras, various methods of information exchange have been discovered. The primary objective now stands at how rapidly and reliably information can be transmitted in the present world. With the explosion of electronic media, the telecommunications industry has rapidly evolved into a thriving sector worldwide. In this age of information and communication, the field of telecommunications engineering is at the forefront of technological advancement. Why enroll in the Diploma in Telecommunications Engineering course? In this era of information and communication, the extensive expansion of digital communication technologies such as mobile, internet, and satellite has facilitated the seamless spread of communication infrastructure. There is a growing demand for individuals with exceptional skills in network designing, installation and problem-solving in the telecommunications industry. Telecommunication companies are in high demand for individuals possessing remarkable talent in network designing, installation and problem-solving, given the extensive reach of digital communication technologies like mobile, internet, and satellites. The course equips students with the expertise needed to thrive in this rapidly advancing field, making it an excellent choice for those seeking a career in the dynamic and expanding realm of telecommunications.
Course duration and assessment
This four-year diploma program in engineering disciplines aims to produce competent mid-level managers and supervisors who can carry out engineering projects. Students may enroll in this course provided they have a certificate of SSC passing. Under the Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB), the curriculum and academic activities of this course are governed.
Career of Diploma in Telecommunication Technology
At the entry level, telecommunications engineers can join various telecommunications service providers, high-speed broadband computer network establishments, and engineering consultancy organizations specializing in optical, wireless, or satellite communication services. Graduates can also pursue opportunities in governmental institutions. Upon completing the diploma, a Telecommunications Engineer can work as a Sub-Assistant Engineer in various government institutions, such as BTCL, BTRC, BSCCL, DPDC, DESCO, BTRC, BASIS, BMD Radar Station, Satellite Earth Station, and the IT sector of banks. This broad spectrum of possibilities allows telecommunications engineering professionals to contribute to different sectors, ensuring a diverse range of career options
Eligibility for Admission
  • Minimum GPA of 2.00 and minimum SSC equivalent in any discipline.
  • Science HSC students can enroll directly in the third semester.
  • Vocational HSC students can enroll directly in the fourth semester.
Admission Requirements
  • 3 copies of PP size photos
  • Main copy of the SSC transcript
  • In addition to the correctly completed admissions form
Lab facilities
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Important link
Virtual Campus
Online Admission Form
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