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Computer Engineering
The Computer Engineering field combines training in classical electrical engineering disciplines with computer science for developing computer hardware and software. This field of engineering not only focuses on how computer systems work, but also how they integrate into the larger picture.
 
Computer engineers are problem solvers and need to understand all aspects of computing. They can design and implement solutions on both sides of the hardware/software interface. They are also required to be able to embed computers in other machines and systems, build networks to transfer data, and devise ways to make computers faster, smaller, and more powerful. Computer engineers are improving the ability of computers to "see" and "think." They are making computers mobile, and even incorporating them into fabrics and building materials.
 
NTC programs are designed to give our students a competitive edge. Our engineering graduates are well-equipped with the knowledge and skills required to meet professional challenges and industry requirements. Our accredited courses are designed for translation of theoretical knowledge to real-life applications.
 
The Computer Engineering Diploma Program at NTC is designed to give students insight into computer engineering with adequate practical training and necessary theoretical background. The thoroughly researched course aims at developing new-age engineers who are resourceful and responsible. Our renowned faculty ensures that each student opting for the discipline evolves as a professional at par with the best in the world.
 
The course duration 3 years. There are 60 seats per intake.
 
 
 
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