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PCB Designing  

PCB stands for Printed Circuits Board. PCB deals with electrical pathways between components it is derived from a schematic representation of the circuit and when it is derived, or imported from a schematic design it translate the schematic symbols and libraries into physical components and connection. PCB is used to mechanically support and electrically connect electronic components using conductive pathways. Printed circuit boards are the most common method of assembling modern electronic circuits.

The main PCB board is called the motherboard, the smaller attachment PCB boards are called daughter boards or daughter cards. PCBs are also found in other types of electronic devices, such as radios, televisions, and computer monitors. Because PCBs are relatively flat, they can also be used in thin devices such as laptops and portable music players. Professionals in this field are known as PCB Designers, who are involved in designing the circuit boards.

Some Important PCB Layers are

Signal Layer (Signal Layers are the tracks that represent where copper needs to be placed)

Internal Layer (Internal Layers are generally used for Power Planes)

Mechanical Layer (Mechanical Layers are special in that they can be added or viewed in any layer)

Solder Mask Layer (Solder mask is usually the green coating on a PCB board which is designed to insulate and protect the underlying copper traces from environmental factors)

Paste Mask Layer (Paste mask is similar to solder mask, except that it is used to create solder paste screens which can then be used to solder)

Multi-Layer (Multilayer is a simple way of adding an object such as mechanical drawing or a pad to ALL the PCB layers)

Drill Layer (The Drill Guide Layer is used for legacy equipment and is generally not in use today)


Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with any subjects to get     admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. BE in Electrical and Electronics.

3. in Electrical and Electronics.

4. CAD certification.



Graduates in this field are employed in all industries which are involved in manufacturing electronic products. These include telecom, automotive, biomedical equipment, computer hardware, electronic security systems, consumer electronic appliances, mobile companies, industrial automation and power electronics.

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