Ridham Kohli

What is the difference between 'Computer science engineering' and 'Computer and communication engineering' in detail?

These engineering courses are available at manipal university karnataka I want to know the exact difference between them


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RE: What is the difference between 'Computer science engineering' and 'Computer and communication engineering' in detail?

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Hello Ridham,


Welcome to careerguide.com. There is a difference in the outline of the course, its scope and application as well. In simple terms, Computer science engineering develops a sound understanding of the computer systems as a whole and the process involved in design, analysis, implementation, construction etc. of both HARDWARE and SOFTWARE systems. You will learn the fundamental underlying the development of computer systems through algorithm analysis , software design, artificial intelligence , design and implementation of programming languages etc. and its application in the real world. It provides lucrative career options of working with wide variety of companies such as Automotive companies, Aerospace companies, Services sector etc. in various roles such as Software developer, Hardware engineer, Systems designer,System analysts, data base administrators etc.
Where as Computer and communications engineering, one of the fastest developing technological area , equips you with the integrated knowledge of Computers sciences and electronics and communications devices. Here , the larger focus is on the electronic devices, Circuits, Communication equipment's like transmitters, receivers, IC's , reception of video, voice and data through analog and digital transmissions etc. along with expertise in computer science subjects. It is one of the most dynamic and expanding technical fields which gives students the comprehensive understanding of modern technologies deployed in today's communication systems such as mobile computing, Cloud computing, Satellite and microwave communications. You learn to design the architecture of digital communications systems, antenna engineering , signal processing, optimization of digital transmissions, designing and implementation of multi modal user interfaces etc. If you enjoy creating innovating things , this field makes a lot of sense. You get a chance to work with core companies as well as in deemed organisations such as DRDO, ISRO etc.
There are many experts from both the fields present here as Counselling experts and if you wish you can talk to them for further insights into both the fields. Both the fields have their own pros and cons, No matter which ever you select, if you have the right aptitude , skills and interest and inherent potential for it , then you are excel in the chosen domain.Hope this answers your query.

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