About the Programme
4 Years Full-time B.Tech
B.Tech in IOT course is gaining a lot of popularity as it opens door to the leading career opportunities for students. IoT acts as a base to establish communication between wireless computer science devices and computer networks. This course aims at providing practical knowledge of various technologies and communication networks. It also helps in improving the skills of the candidate in the applications of IoT.
Smart Door locks, smart home devices, smart fire alarms, ATMs, and several other devices are examples indicating the wide range of IoT devices available around us. It will provide a huge contribution in transforming our country as digital India. It will benefit the companies which are working on the basis of data analysis. So in the long term maximum no. of companies will be depending on the IoT to improve the functioning of their systems. It will be a highly remunerative career field after the completion of the course.
The course helps in providing practical knowledge about, IoT Architecture, Data and Knowledge Management, Devices in IoT, designing the sensor network, and network planning for IoT applications, and other skills.
- IoT is emerging as an optimistic career line due to the increasing dependency on technology. So, it will be beneficial to opt for a long-term stable career.
- According to the estimate reports given by Accenture, IOT devices will be contributing $14.2 trillion to the economy by 2030.
- Once a candidate completes a B.Tech course specialized in IoT can grab an average salary package varying between Rs.5 Lac to Rs.12 Lac per annum.
- IoT offers opportunities in various job profiles in different business sectors so there will not be any problem in finding a job with a degree in IoT.
Career Path after the course
Machine Learning Engineer
IoT Solution Architect
The Candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent educational qualification from the Science stream with the compulsory subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics along with any other optional subject with minimum 50% aggregate marks.