. B Tech CCE Academics - Course Structure, Calendar, Placement, Projects

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B.Tech Communication and Computer Engineering at NU

B.Tech Communication and Computer Engineering Programme - Academics

NU B.Tech Communication & Computer Engineering Programme requires a student to complete 175-178 credits in four academic years constituting eight semesters in NIIT University. The first seven semesters are organized in the campus while the last semester is conducted off-campus at an industry location to complete Industry Practice. A student of B.Tech cannot take more than six academic years to complete the B.Tech Communication & Computer Engineering Programme. Academic regulations of the University for Engineering define the minimum academic performance and other stipulated conditions required for awarding of B.Tech degree.

The B.Tech Communication & Computer Engineering Programme is categorized as follows:

  • Programme Core - Humanities, Social Sciences & Management - to acquire interdisciplinary knowledge
  • Professional Core - To gain proficiency in domain area
  • Basic Sciences - Mathematics & Sciences - to develop analytical ability
  • Professional Electives - To specialize in an industry-specific domain
  • R&D Project - To inculcate a strong research bent of mind
  • Open Electives - To orient towards professional interests
  • Industry Practice - To build seamlessness with the world of work through Industry-work or Industry-oriented research

In addition, students can undertake the Minor programme along with the B.Tech Communication & Computer Engineering Programme , starting in the 4th semester, to acquire expertise in areas other than their core discipline. Students are required to complete 3-5 additional courses with credits ranging from 12-15 within the duration of the degree programme in order to acquire a certificate for Minor programme.