Why to choose VLSI ?

If you are into electronic/electrical engineering by choice then VLSI must fascinate you, as it offers application of physics, chemistry, mathematics, electronics, and programming-skills in your work. Also, the semiconductor industry rewards the talents with high pay and provides the opportunities across the depth and breadth of technology to ascend the career ladder.

VLSI industry is cynical but drives the economy. You also get an opportunity to work on the cutting-edge technology. In short, it’s exciting!

2.VLSI is Upcoming ?

There is an ever-increasing amount of semiconductor technology in devices the world depends on for working, communicating, manufacturing, treating illness, and countless other applications. Semiconductor industry will continue to advance in providing solutions for embryonic smart-electronic products for self-driving or driverless cars, smart city infrastructure, Internet of Things (wearables, smart-home products). These products will require essential competencies in manufacturing smart and durable electronic systems, advanced packaging materials, and packaging technology for extreme environmental and high-performance conditions. The latest technological developments in the microelectronics are Finfet, Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography and Multiple Patterning techniques.

The Semiconductor Industry will continue to serve as a driver, enabler and indicator of technological progress.

3. Why do I need training, why Semicon industry is reluctant to hire a fresher?

Training expenses in semiconductor industry are more when compared to software industry due to higher cost of the required tools. Hence the companies expect students to be prepared beforehand on relevant skill-set, like basics and tools (Cadence Virtuoso, Encounter, Spice, Verilog, VHDL).

Graduates, Post-graduates looking for VLSI jobs don’t have required knowledge due the lack of college infrastructure, inadequate VLSI expertise in the teaching staff, gap in the industry needs and academics

4.How are the salaries in VLSI?

Entry level salaries in semiconductor domain are at lower side but, exponentially increase with the work experience. In the long run, as you build your career with continuous learning, skill development, passion, commitment, perseverance and working through the opportunities, you will be duly rewarded.

The salaries then are relatively better than software jobs in India.

GLV as a training institute differentiates itself in many ways from the rest.

Mentors: Our mentors are semiconductor industry experts having worked extensively in different domains like Analog and Mixed signal, Memories, Standard Cell Libraries, CPU verification, STA and with varied experience in Circuit Design, Layout, Physical Design, Verilog modeling, FPGA implementation using VHDL/Verilog, Low Power Design.

Tools: We enable you to implement the projects using the industry standard tools which will help you increase the weightage of your resume.

Fees: The fees charged by us is relatively lot lesser than other training institutes.

Week Days & Weekend classes: Training is conducted on weekdays & weekends. So anyone can join the classes as per their convincing timing.

6. Do you offer placement assistance?

Yes. The assistance includes a combination of career counselling and skills assessment, along with guidance on writing a resume, drafting a cover letter and filling out a job application.

We also recommend you to appropriate job openings within our network of colleagues, friends and HRs, in the form of forwarding the resumes or personally providing with a letter of recognition in case needed.

 7.Is there any support after completion of the course?

The alumnus of the institute is always free to contact, get any kind of technical support, guidance or recommendation from the institute.

8.Who can join?

BE/BTech/MTech in Electronics graduates are eligible for this course