In essence of liberalization and privatization of practically all aspects of man’s life, the role of telecommunications technology becomes very important for the economic growth of modern India and the world. The Telecom industry of India is on the edge of becoming the second biggest telecom sector in the world with an overall growth rate of 45 percent . There is an unprecedented demand for professionally trained manpower in telecom sector.
More than 10 million job opportunities will be created by 2014 to sustain the growth. To anticipate and support the telecommunication era, the qualifications of the human resource has to be prepared well in advance. This qualification should make them capable of not only coping with the management of operation & marketing of technologies, but also with innovating the telecommunications technology and implementing it to suit with the Indian conditions.
- To empower and develop competitive and effective business managers, for the telecom industry.
- To ensure immediate application in the workplace through business and company related assignments, and commerce and industry specific dissertations.
To help students anticipate the trend in the development of telecommunications and the management of the operation & marketing of the modern telecommunications products and services.
The different core competencies offered in this course are: Understanding and Designing Data Networks; Understanding Optical Networks like SDH, SONET, DWDM; Understanding Wireless Networks (GSM, CDMA, 3G); Understanding Next Generation Networks (NGN) , Broadband Technologies and Marketing and sales of the modern telecommunication products and services , which remain to be preferred specialization areas offering higher number of opportunities
The Telecom industry of India is on the edge of becoming the second biggest telecom sector in the world with an overall compactness of telecommunications of upto 47.89%. There is an unprecedented demand for professionally trained manpower in telecom sector. More than 10 million job opportunities will be created by 2014 to sustain the growth. The emergence of advance technologies and the high growth rate of the industry hold a lot of promise to the jobseekers. In the future, communication sector is going to employ more people than electronics, computer science or common basic sciences in the various positions such as:
Any graduate, from any discipline with minimum 50% marks in aggregate.
“Placement is just one facet of the interface between RCM and the Industry, and we strongly believe that a far stronger and mutually beneficial relationship exists between the two. It is our endeavor to facilitate the exchange of knowledge between the students and the industry, thereby using mutual learning as the foundation of a fruitful relationship.
This exchange is brought about through various interactive forums, such as the Business Thought Leadership Series and other initiatives taken up by RCM in association with the industry. Such sessions see students getting a practical perspective on the theoretical concepts learnt in class; and industry stalwarts gaining fresher perspectives and newer ideas.
In our endeavor to provide students with maximum exposure to the real and current industry scenario, we undertake various programmes under the Corporate Interaction Initiative (CII). This provides an opportunity to the students to experience the working environment of the industry and the industry to look at the fresh pool of immense talent at RCM and thus, a fresh perspective. We highly value this relationship with the industry and aim to uphold the same in the future”
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