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The Relevance (Why the course is being taught)

Telecommunication Engineering is an important profession involved with electronic, communication and power equipment and systems. These manifest themselves in the Information and Communication Technology sector and Electric supply industry (ESI). While communication and the use of energy conversion technologies are as old as man, the perpetual desire to improve has led to new technologies. This produced tremendous development in what are now called the developed nations.

To sustain and improve on the quality of life brought about by modern technology, the wheels of industry must be kept turning. This requires large amounts of electrical energy without greatly endangering the environment, better and faster communication systems more reliable equipment. While the trend is towards greater specialization as a result of these technological developments, certain conditions still prevail, requiring middle-level technicians to competently perform functions in the general electrical engineering field.

Telecom Engineering technicians have to provide solutions to day-to-day electrical engineering problems in the ESI. Since this requires planning, installation, operation and maintenance of the necessary computer units and systems, and interaction with people; the study of electrical engineering is therefore crucial.

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Course Entry Requirements

Admission to the Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering (DTE) shall be done in accordance with the minimum national entry requirements together with the Datamine Technical Business School entry procedures and policies.

He/ she is should be a holder of the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) or equivalent with at least one pass in Physics or Mathematics and two subsidiary passes or

a)       He/ she is a holder of the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) or equivalent with at least one pass in Physics or Mathematics and two subsidiary passes  and a minimum of five passes including mathematics and physics at O level or

b)       Weighting of UACE Holders for Admission

           The weighting of subjects for UACE Holders shall be as follows;

            Weight 3-Physics and Mathematics

            Weight 2-Chemistry, Economics and Technical drawing

            Weight 1- General Paper, metal-work and Woodwork.

            Weight 0.5- Any other relevant subject

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Where Graduates Work

By the end of the programme, a student should be able to:-

                          a)       Work in a group or as a team in effectively solving some Telecom Engineering problems.

b)       Design and produce electrical units or items in the ESI.

c)       Set up and manage a business enterprise in the field of Telecom Engineering.

d)       Supervise a small workforce and manage resources of an organization in the ESI.

e)       Interpret Engineering Drawings of Electrical Equipment and systems so as to assemble, construct, install and maintain them in the ESI.

f)        Prepare lectures and give instructions in Vocational or Technical Institutes.

g)       Prepare and set up equipment for practical work in laboratories and workshops of universities or Tertiary and or Research Institutions.

Manage laboratories and workshops of universities or Tertiary and/ or Research Institutions

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