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B.Sc - Electronics (B.Sc Electronics)

Updated By Abhik Das on 25 Nov, 2020
Average Duration
3 years
Average Fee
12 K-90 K INR annual
Exams Accepted
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About B.Sc - Electronics

B.Sc in Electronics is a three-year technical undergraduate programme that comprises the study of electronic devices, their composition and materials used in making such devices. The programme enables students to understand the different features of electronic circuits and their functions. B.Sc in Electronics also covers topics such as programming, communication media and technologies. The programme is dynamic and offers various opportunities for students to work in the information technology, telecommunication as well as electronic instrumentation industries. Students who seek technical courses other than can enhance their career prospects by pursuing this course. 

B.Sc - Electronics Eligibility Criteria

In order to pursue the B.Sc Electronics course, the candidates will have to fulfil the given below eligibility criteria:

  • The candidate must have passed class 12th or equivalent from a recognized board.

  • The candidate must have studied Mathematics and Physics as the main subjects in class 12th along with one of the optional subjects as Chemistry/ Biology/ Biotechnology/ Computer Science.

  • The candidate must have acquired a minimum aggregate of 50% in the qualifying examination.

B.Sc - Electronics Syllabus

First Year:

Personal Computer Computing I

English I

English II

Personal Computer Computing II

Fundamentals of Electronics I

Art and Production

Fundamentals of Electronics II




Second Year:

Relational Database Management System

Electronic Communication I

Digital Electronics I

Advance Photo Techniques

Digital Electronics II

Electronic Communication II

Environmental Studies I

Audio Production

Environmental Studies II


Third Year:


Web Designing Development Lab

Web Designing Development

Television Systems

Principle of Journalism


Corporate Communication



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B.Sc - Electronics Career Options and Job Prospects

With the various compact digital devices that have been evolved over the decade, understanding electronics is the need of the hour. Candidates who pursue B.Sc. in electronics can pursue jobs in technical blogs, small-scale electronics manufacturing companies, telecom service providers, electronics labs, circuit manufacturers, research programmes, etc. Although a masters in this field open up better job opportunities, there are various jobs available after B.Sc. in Electronics. Following are some of the job profiles that graduates in electronics can apply for:

  • Media Planning Manager

  • Communication Executive

  • Site Maintenance Technician

  • Technical Writer

  • Technical Project Manager

  • Field Reporter

  • Electronics Technician

  • Manufacturing Head

  • Marketing Manager

The starting salary package of candidates who have pursued a B.Sc. in electronics can vary from Rs. 1.5 lakh to Rs. 3.5 lakh per annum. Experience and knowledge play a vital role in this field and candidates with work experience can earn salaries up to Rs. 5 lakh. To get an excellent package masters or MBA is essential. Candidates who pursue an MBA after B.Sc. in Electronics can earn up to Rs. 15 lakh per annum.

B.Sc Electronics Admission Process

The admission to B.Sc Electronics course is done in two ways: -

Merit-Based: The merit-based admission to the course is done directly on the basis of the score obtained by the candidate in the qualifying examination. Some colleges also prepare a cutoff list based on the qualifying examination for admission.

Entrance Based: The entrance based admission to the course is done on the basis of score obtained by the candidate on a national level, state level or college level entrance exams. The admission is done through the counselling process.

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B.Sc Electronics Course Highlights

Some of the major highlights of the B.Sc Electronics course are given below:

Name of the Course

B.Sc Electronics


3 years

Minimum Eligibility

The candidate must have passed class 12th in Science with 50% minimum aggregate.

Entrance Exams

Admission Process

Merit-based: Some colleges take admission on the basis of merit obtained in the qualifying exam.

Entrance based: Some colleges take admission on the basis of the institute or university-level entrance exam

Course Fee

Rs. 20,000 to 50,000 (depends on institute)


  • Candidates belonging to reserved categories and economically weaker sections are eligible for state government scholarship schemes. 

  • Deemed or private universities offer merit scholarships  (based on marks in entrance exam or Class 12th)


There are a lot of internship opportunities for B.Sc in Electronics in India. The college may offer internships if it has tie-ups with different organizations in the field of Electronics. 

Average Starting Salary

Rs. 1.2 to 3.5 LPA

Career Options

  • Media Planning Manager

  • Communication Executive

  • Site Maintenance Technician

  • Technical Writer

  • Technical Project Manager

  • Field Reporter

  • Electronics Technician

  • Manufacturing Head

  • Marketing Manager

Higher Education Options
  • M.Sc Electronics

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FAQs about B.Sc - Electronics

Can I pursue M.Tech Electronics after B.Sc Electronics?

B.Sc Electronics graduates are not eligible for admission in M.Tech Electronics.

Is there a scope for government job after completing B.Sc Electronics?

Candidates can apply for State Public Service Commission exam or UPSC. These graduates are also eligible for railway jobs.

Is there any limit for B.Sc Electronics course?

There is no upper age limit for B.Sc Electronics course.

What is the highest cutoff for B.Sc Electronics in Delhi University?

The highest cutoff for B.Sc Electronics in Delhi University goes up to 98%.

Is there an entrance exam for admission in B.Sc Electronics?

Most institutes/ universities do not conduct an entrance exam for admission in B.Sc Electronics. The admission process is based on merit.

Which are the top colleges that offer B.Sc in Electronics?

Some of the top colleges that offer B.Sc Electronics include The Oxford College of Science, Fergusson College, Hansraj College, Mount Carmel College, Hindu College (Delhi) etc.

Is there an Honors course available in B.Sc Electronics?

There is an honors course in B.Sc Electronics offered by top universities.

What are the different subject combinations available with B.Sc Electronics?

Most of the degree colleges offer B.Sc Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science/ B.Sc Statistics, Electronics, CS/ B.Sc Physics, Electronics, Chemistry etc.

Can a PCB stream student take admission in B.Sc Electronics?

Only those students who have completed their Class 12th in PCM stream are eligible for admission in B.Sc Electronics.

What is the minimum eligibility required to get admission in B.Sc Electronics course?

Candidates aspiring to get admission in B.Sc Electronics course must have passed Class 12th with a minimum of 40% of marks.

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