UG Courses at SITRC

IT is fast developing and throws open a plethora of opportunities for professionals. The challenges and growth prospects for an IT professional are second to none. The Department of IT Engineering understands the situation and is fully equipped to meet the challenges head on.

The changing development scenario and IT industry expansions are creating increasing growth opportunities for a Computer Engineering professional. Keeping an eye on the prospects, the Department of Computer Engineering is prepared to meet the future challenges.

Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering is a popular field of study for engineering aspirants. A student pursuing Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering can broadly learn about the subgenres of this field, viz., Microelectronics, Embedded Systems / SoC, Communication Engineering / Networking, Digital Signal Processing, Fiber Optics & Photonics and Medical Electronics.

Mechanical engineers design and develop everything you think of as a machine – from supersonic fighter jets to bicycles to toasters. And they influence the design of other products as well – shoes, light bulbs and even doors. Many mechanical engineers specialize in areas such as manufacturing, robotics, automotive/transportation and air conditioning.

Civil Engineering is one of the oldest stream of Engineering in the world. Apart from being the oldest branch, this is one branch which incorporates expertise from several different streams including geotechnical sciences, structural engineering, environmental studies, hydraulics, transportation and hydrology. Clearly, this makes Civil Engineering – a largest stream in Engineering world.

The department of Electrical Engineering at Sandip Institute of Technology & Research Center (SITRC) offers a best in-class foundation to expert level education and training in Electrical Engineering leading to the renowned and respected B.Tech degree. B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from SITRC opens all the imaginable doors for you which never existed earlier.

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