Why study an Ordinary Diploma of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at National Institute of Technology (NIT)?
You’re welcome to start your carrier as future Electronics and Telecommunication Technician for joining the Ordinary Diploma course in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) from NTA Level 4, 5, & 6 in the Department of Transport Engineering and Technology (TET) at National Institute of Transport (NIT). Our students have been at the forefront of many great innovations of basic and advanced Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering projects to advance their carrier. Current work in the department holds promise of continuing this record of innovation and leadership in both training and research across the full spectrum of departmental activity. The TET department also offers a range of programs that enable students to gain experience in industrial settings, ranging from collaborative telecommunication industrial projects done on the campus to fulfill the needs of communities, partner telecommunication companies and industrial development at large in our country.
The career paths and opportunities for Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) students cover a wide range and continue to grow: fundamental telecommunication technologies, devices, and systems based on Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) are pervasive and essential to improving the lives of people around the country and world at large and managing the environments they live in. The basis for the success of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) technicians as our future graduates get extensive training in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering principles from NTA Level 4, 5 and 6 which built by our lecturers and instructors especially in telecommunication courses, electronics courses, mathematical, communication skills, computational skills, physical, entrepreneurship and life sciences. Our learners are exposed and exercised with laboratory practical applications and Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering projects experiences in a wide range of areas. Our graduates have also demonstrated their potential and talents over the two years since the Diploma of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) have been started due to the quality academic foundation especially in industrial practical trainings and other academic activities which involve projects innovations for development of science and telecommunication technology in our country as middle economy country particularly.
You’re warmly welcome at National Institute of Transport (NIT), feel at home.