I have completed my Intermediate (MPC) and written Eamcet and qualified. I want to do ECE (Electronics and Communication Engineering) so please tell me the list of good Engineering colleges in Hyderabad and in other districts of A.P and also tell what is the future in ECE.
In Hyderabad, the following institutes offer B. E in Electronics and Communication Engineering: JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY'S COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KUKATAPALLY, HYDERABAD - 500 872 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING OSMANIA UNIVERSITY, HYDERABAD - 500 007 DECCAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DAR-US-SALEM, HYDERABAD, 500 001 MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CHAITANYA BHARATI, GANDIPET, HYDERABAD 500 075 MATURI VENKATA SUBBA RAO ENGINEERING COLLEGE, 16-1-486, SAIFABAD, HYDERABAD - 500 659. SHADAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY PEERANCHERU, HIMAYATSAGAR ROAD, HYDERABAD - 500 008 VASAVI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 9-5-81, IBRAHIMBAGH, HYDERABAD - 500 031 CHAITANYA BHARATHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CHAITANYA BHARATHI POST, GANDIPET, HYDERABAD - 500 171 M.J. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MOUNT PLEASANT 8-2-249 ROAD NO. 3,BANJARA HILLS, HYDERABAD - 500 034 Some other institutes in Andhra Pradesh: REGIONAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE WARANGAL - 506 004 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY'S COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KAKINADA,EAST, GODAVRI DIST. 533 003 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY'S COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ANANTAPUR - 515 002 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, GANDHI INST OF TECH. & MGT., GANDHI NAGAR RUSHIKONDA, VISAKHAPATNAM 530 045 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ANDHRA UNIVERSITY WALTAIR, VISAKHAPATNAM 530 003 Telecommunication is now and will be one of the core economic activities of the 21stCentury. Tremendous development of new technologies and growth in the industry is awaiting the world as a whole. In India, the growth prospects of basic telephone services, mobile telephone services, and newer technology oriented services like WLL (Wireless in Local Loop) are humongous. In basic telephone services alone, private sector enterprises like Reliance Industries and Tata and the existing Government companies like BSNL and VSNL are about the invest more than Rs. 150,000 crore over the next six years. These scenario indicate that there will be large demand for manpower to install, commission, and manage telecommunication services in the country. Apart from telecommunication services, another growth impetus is sure to come from telecommunication software industry. Almost all the major telecommunication organizations in the world are looking at India for software development. Examples are British telecomm, Motorola, Nynex, NEC, Nokia and Singapore telecommunication.