Introduction to Computer Engineering

Computer Engineer can be broadly classified into two categories. One is Computer Hardware Engineer and another is Computer Software Engineer. Computer Hardware engineer is responsible for the research, designing, testing, manufacturing and installation of computer hardware such as computer chips, circuit boards, and related equipments. Software engineer is required to have strong programming skills as they are responsible for the designing and development of various kinds of software, including operating system, network distribution and compilers, computer games, word processing and business applications etc.

Computer Engineering has become the profession of the day in last couple of decade because of its versatility of application in practically all walks of life be it watches, microwave ovens, telephones, video games, x-ray machines, ATM's, or petty toys of kids. There was a time when kids used to say unknowingly that I would like to be an "engineer" or "pilot" but these words has been replaced by "computer engineer" in last few years or so. This is the profession which has broken all the records of gaining importance in such a short span of time and is being able to sustain that reputation consistently for a long time.

Diploma in Computer Engineering Course Suitability

Who know the skills programming languages; hardware architecture and construction; network design and engineering; software engineering; multimedia design; software tools and packages are the most suitable for this course.

Second, who have the qualities of teamwork and leadership; communication-both in speech and writing; negotiation and persuasion; time management and organization and report writing also are good match for it.

Third, who are capable of using of general IT facilities; presenting reasoned arguments to a range of audiences; retrieval of information; numeracy and commercial awareness through work experience also can go the course.

How is Diploma in Computer Engineering Course Beneficial?

Computer engineering is the most sought after and the fastest expanding amongst all the engineering fields. Today there is a huge demand for Computer engineering professionals for the development of faster hardware components, new communication systems and state-of-the-art software.

A Diploma in Computer Engineering equips a student with necessary skills and knowledge required for the usual tasks such as writing software and firmware for embedded microcontrollers, designing VLSI chips, designing analog sensors, designing mixed signal circuit boards, and designing operating systems.

Computer engineers are also suited for automation and robotics research.

Computer Engineering Job Types

Design Engineer
Quality Control Engineer
Development Engineer
Computer Architect
Harware & Network Administrator
Computer Operator
Technical Engineer
Computer Hardware Engineer
Support Engineer
Computer Network Engineer

Advance Courses in Computer Engineering

B.E. (Computer Engineering)
B.Tech. (Computer Engineering)
B.E. (Computer Science & Engineering)
B.Tech. (Computer Science & Engineering)


The syllabus is as per the Guidelines of G.T.U.

Semester 1

1.Basic Mathematics
3.Environment Conservation & Hazard Management
4.Computer Programming
5.Fundamental of Digital Electronic
6.Fundamental of Computer Application

Semester 2

1.Contributor Personality Development
2.Advanced Mathematics
3.Basic Physics
4.Basic Electronics
5.Advanced Computer Programming
6.Static Web Page Design

Semester 3

1.Operating System
2.Programming In C++
3.Database Management System
4.Data Structure
5.Microprocessor & Assembly Language Programming

Semester 4

1.Advanced Database Management System
2.Computer Networks
3..Net Programming
4.Computer Organization And Architecture
5.Web Development Tools
5.Fundamentals Of Software Development

Semester 5

1.Internet Application Programming
2.Micro Processor & Peripheral Chips
3.Java Programming
4.Computer Networking

Semester 6

1.PHP & My SQL
2.Database Programming with VB.NET
3.Computer Maintenance
5.Computer Graphics and Multimedia (Elective)
6.Programming with 8051 (Elective)