B.Sc. Electronics Course Details Science

    Course Duration
    3 years 1 month
    Course Level
    10000 / 200000

    Bachelor of Science in  Electronics Course Details: Admission, Eligibility, Fees, Syllabus, Job Scope, Salary


    What is B.Sc. Electronics?

    The B.Sc. Electronics programme is a three-year specialised course for students seeking an undergraduate degree in the fundamentals of electronics. The Electronic Science course syllabus is divided into six semesters. Many colleges/universities in the country offer this degree programme. Typically, electronic science is concerned with networking, telecommunication, software testing, and network security, among other things. Electronic science is a terrific field with a wide range of good opportunities for those who want to pursue this electronic science courses.


    Course Name

    Bachelor of Science in Electronics




    3 years

    Similar Course 

    B.Sc. (Hons) (Electronics), B.Sc. (Physics), B.Sc. (Computer Science), B.Sc. (Applied Physics) etc.

    Entrance Exam

    Merit based admissions


    A minimum of 50% in the 10+2 examination with science subjects from recognized board.

    Subjects Required in Qualifying Exam

    Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) as core subject combinations


    INR 10,000 – 2 LPA

    Job Scope

    Job profiles after B.Sc. Electronics:

    Broadcast and Sound Technician

    Electronic Sales Manager

    Electronics and Communication Consultant

    Electronics Technician

    Manufacturing Head

    Marketing Manager

    Project Manager

    Service engineer

    Site Maintenance Technician

    Technical Leader, Project Manager


    INR 2 - 7 LPA

    Scope for Higher Studies

    M.Sc. Electronics, M.Phil. (Electronics), PhD, etc.



    Syllabus for B.Sc. Electronics

    The B.Sc. Electronics course is divided into six semesters over three years, with end-of-semester exams held after each semester. The B.Sc. Electronics course's discipline-specific syllabus will include domain-specific subjects and these are the core courses that all students are required to take.


    Semester I

    Semester II

    Basic Mathematics

    Basic Mathematics-II


    Core English

    Environmental Studies 

    Electromagnetism and AC Circuits

    Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics

    Value Education


    Semester III

    Semester IV

    Analog Electronics

    Digital Electronics

    Basic Physics

    Electronic Communication Systems


    Fundamentals of Electronic Communication

    Physics of Materials

    Semiconductor Devices and IC Fabrication Technology

    Principles and Utilization of Electronic Domestic Appliances

    Troubleshooting and Maintenance of Audio and Video Equipment




    Semester V

    Semester VI

    Cellular Mobile Communication

    Cellular Phones – Principles and Practice

    Data Processing and Personal Computers

    Industrial Training

    Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation

    Television and Video Engineering

    Microprocessor and It's Applications





    Is there any entrance exam for B.Sc. Electronics?

    There is no specific entrance exam for B.Sc. electronics admission. Some colleges may have their own admissions exam and criteria. Students can find information about those exams on the websites of their respective colleges.


    Which is better: B.Sc. Electronics or B.Tech. Electronics?

    Both of these courses are very similar, but students who want to get an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the subject can choose B.Sc. Electronics, whereas students who want to improve their technical skills can choose B. Tech Electronics. 


    What is the difference between B.Sc. Electronics and B.Tech. Electronics?


    B.Sc. Electronics

    B.Tech. Electronics


    3 Years

    4 Years


    Science Graduate

    Engineering Graduate


    INR 10,000 – 2 LPA

    INR 2 – 4LPA

    Study Area

    Focusses on Applied Science

    Focusses on Technical and Industrial Education

    Higher Education Options

    Higher education, such as an MSc. in Electronics in a chosen 

    specialisation, MBA, PhD, M.Phil. are some of the options.

    Higher education options include M.Tech. in Electronics with 

    a specialisation of choice, MBA, PGDM, M.Phil., and so on.

    Career Options

    Can work for leading private companies such as 

    TCS, Infosys, Intel, Huwaei, and others.

    Can work for leading private companies such as

     TCS, Infosys, Intel, Huwaei, and others. Can also work for a public sector organisation 

    such as NTPC, Bhel, or Power Grid.

    Average Salary

    INR 2 – 7 LPA

    INR 3 – 6 LPA


    What is the scope after B.Sc. Electronics?

    A Bachelor of Electronic Science candidate has numerous opportunities in both the public as well as the private sectors. After completing an electronic science course, candidates will be able to find good job opportunities, primarily in the electronics industry. Besides electronic companies, they can work in a variety of fields such as Indian defence, railway, civil services, and many private organizations that hire electronic science graduates.

    The B.Sc. Electronics Employment Areas are as follows:

    • Banks (technical area)

    • Colleges & Universities

    • Electricity Boards

    • IT Companies

    • Self-run Electronic Shops


    B.Sc. Electronics Job profiles:

    • Audiovisual Production Specialist

    • Broadcast and Sound Technician

    • Communication Operator

    • Communication System Operator

    • Electrical/Electronic Executive

    • Electronic Sales Manager

    • Electronics and Communication Consultant

    • Electronics Technician

    • Manufacturing Head

    • Marketing Manager

    • Project Manager

    • Radio Journalist

    • Service engineer

    • Site Maintenance Technician

    • Teacher/Tutor

    • Technical Leader, Project Manager

    • Television Production Manager


    What are the Higher Studies options after B.Sc. Electronics?

    Apart from going for a career in this field just after graduation, one can also pursue higher education. Pursuing a Master's degree in Electronics with a specialisation in Actuarial Science by studying M.Sc. Actuarial Science. Studying further in the same domain will increase an individual's chances of earning well and getting plenty of opportunities. Here is a list of popular courses to pursue after earning a B.Sc. in Electronics:

    • M.Sc. (Electronics)

    • M.Phil. (Electronics)

    • Ph.D. (Electronics)

    • MBA

    • PGDM Courses


    Top Colleges for Bachelor of Science in Electronics

    1. Andhra University - AU, Vishakhapatnam

    2. Hindu College, New Delhi

    3. Maharshi Dayanand University - MDU, Rohtak

    4. MG Science Institute, Ahmedabad 

    5. Mount Carmel College, Bangalore

    6. Ramaiah College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Bangalore  

    7. Shri Guru Gobind Singh College, Chandigarh

    8. St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad

    9. The Oxford College of Sciences, Bangalore

    10. Zakir Husain College, Delhi

    Admission Process

    Merit based admissions

    Higher Education Scope

    M.Sc. Electronics, M.Phil. (Electronics), PhD, etc.




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A minimum of 50% in the 10+2 examination with science subjects from recognized board.

Course Details

Course Type : Science

Course After : 12th

Mode : Classroom

Cut Off : 50

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