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Our prospective students typically have a lot of questions about our Embedded Systems and IoT courses.Under ASK us ANYTHING video series, our team of experts Mr. Jayakumar (Director – Emertxe) and Mr. Mubeen (Technology Head – Emertxe) have answered more of them. Here goes a list of videos for your reference.

ASK us ANYTHING – Placements FAQ

Landing a secure job with a core company is the top expectation of any student who enrolls into Emertxe’s courses. Over the past two decades of existence, Team Emertxe always strives to meet and exceed this expectation. Under ASK us ANYTHING video series, our team of experts Mr. Jayakumar (Director – Emertxe) and Mr. Mubeen (Technology Head – Emertxe) have answered more of them. Here goes a list of videos for your reference.

Course and Internship Explainers

Emertxe’s placement oriented courses are designed with learner outcome in mind. By taking up our courses students achieve outcome in terms of placements. For engineering college students Emertxe offers free online internship programs. Here are some of the videos which give a comprehensive explanation about our offerings.

Master FAQ

We are pretty sure you will have lot of questions before joining our Online Embedded Systems Course. Here are the frequently asked questions for your reference. In case you still have anything specific write to us at training@emertxe.com

Placements – General FAQ

Embedded engineer job description varies across the industry. This is mainly because of vertical and horizontal skill matrix classification. Depending on where you fit, it can open up a whole range of career possibilities for you. At high level, Embedded Engineer job description can be described as follows:

  1. Program and develop an application component for non-OS based Embedded devices (Example – Automotive, Wearable…)
  2. Design and develop a component OS based Embedded device (Example – Routers)
  3. Customizing and configuring Linux for a given Embedded target device
  4. Testing of Embedded system (Functional / Non-functional / Integration testing)

To get more detailed perspective please refer to our Embedded Career Guide document.

Typically placements for our Online Embedded Systems Course Students at Emertxe start in 3rd or 4th month onward once students complete programming languages modules (Programming in C / C++ modules). However placements will continue in the remaining part of the course and even after end of the course, up to two year time period.

Emertxe is one of the best Embedded Institute with Placements. Students are provided with ample number of placement opportunities. During the time of admission we provide a written commitment to every student. It will clearly mention regarding Placement opportunities in Embedded Systems for Freshers in core Embedded Systems companies. This is more than enough to convert it into a job.

Every student goes through rigorous training in all the Embedded systems course modules with continuous assessment. As long as student regularly follow the classes, assignments and mini-projects, they will not face any issue in getting a job. Our placement department will do rest of the job. As per our statistics, every student who has completed their course assignments and their assigned projects in Embedded Systems gets placed by their 3rd to 4th interview.

Even though every eligible student is entitled to get unlimited placement opportunities up to two year after course completion in core embedded companies. To get a view about what our past students has to say, visit our Emertxe – YouTube channel.

While recruiting Embedded jobs for Engineering Freshers companies expect participants to demonstrate three things:

  1. Core Embedded programming skills: In one or two programming languages (C / C++ / Shell Scripting) on any standard hardware platforms like PIC for bare metal programming and on ARM for OS based programming on Linux. Along with that they need core non-OS (Microcontroller) and OS (Linux Internals, Systems programming and Embedded Linux knowledge) so that you will be able to build a complete Embedded Application on your own.
  2. Strong foundations: In basic electronics (ex: Digital electronics)
  3. Excellent problem solving skills: Given the problem you should be able to convert them into working solutions. Along with that, companies expect excellent attitude to learn new things. Since technology and project nature goes through frequent changes, learning attitude plays important role. Check out the skills that you will be learning as a part of Emertxe Embedded Systems Course. It will put you way ahead in the Embedded jobs for Engineering Freshers market.

Salary levels for the students who are placed depends purely depends on companies hiring for fresher jobs. As per our statistics, Emertxe has placed students in the range between INR 4.1LPA to INR 28.75 Lakhs per annum CTC.


As a mentoring team, we strongly advise our students not to decide on a company purely by looking into salary levels rather look into the nature of work, exposure you will be getting and type of projects that they are working on. This will ensure you always stay on a continuous learning path and become a critical contributing team member of the organization. With skill sets your salary levels grow in a very healthy phase, sometimes get more paid than even market standards.

Please check out our placements page to get details of recent placement companies recruiting for fresher jobs. We strongly recommend you to connect with our Facebook page to get regular updates on companies visited and much more information related to embedded industry.

In Emertxe, we have placement collaboration with 1300+ placement companies. All of them work on core Embedded Systems development across various verticals starting from Automotive to IoT. These companies can be categorized into three buckets.

  • MNCs & Big Indian companies – Companies having few thousands of workforce in India (ex: Qualcomm, NXP, Bosch, L&T etc..)
  • Mid-size companies – Companies having few hundreds of workforce (ex: Avin Systems, Lekha Wireless, AK-Aerotek etc..)
  • Start-ups – Entrepreneurial ventures working in innovative Embedded products (ex: Sirena, CognetThings, Univision etc..)

Check our placement section to get latest information about placement company schedule.

Emertxe’s trainings and placement division has direct contacts with more than 1300+ companies. These companies are hiring for Embedded Systems jobs for freshers in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune. In our placement portfolio we have organizations of various types (MNCs, Mid-size organizations, Start-ups). With more than 18 year of existence companies are aware of Emertxe course syllabus, training methodology and industry expertise of our mentors. By hiring our trained candidates companies benefit in terms of faster deployment, lower cost and better hiring conversion. Hence Emertxe is one of the most sought after IT finishing schools for core companies. Every month minimum 100+ placement companies participate in hiring our students. Emertxe students get Unlimited placement opportunities up to two year after course completion.


On the technical delivery side Emertxe training programs are rigorous and practical in nature. Students go through immersive hands-on learning experience. This means every session, every day is a learning day. Students are continuously working and up-skilling their practical skills in Embedded Systems design and programming. As a proof of output, students will be producing average of 40 assignments / module and 7 to 8 Embedded projects in their resume by the end of the course.


In India more than 15 Lakhs engineering graduates coming out of colleges every year. However employability ratio is getting lower year-on-year. For example, few years back it was lingering around 15%, which has now come down to single digit. Check out some of the research results from industry bodies: NASSCOM – Employability reports. Emertxe’s up-skilling process resolves this industry-academia gap by making freshers employable in embedded systems jobs for freshers in Bangalore or any other major city of India.


Our skilled students face placement companies and clear the selection process with ease. This has created a win-win proposition for students and companies. In summary Emertxe has helped thousands of freshers by increasing their skill levels and making them employable. We do this day in and day out, the next success story could be yours. Please contact our Emertxe – Admission Team if you need any more information.

This scenario though very rare at Emertxe, always poses a big question mark to the freshers. This challenge can be resolved if skill based approach is taken. We provide all Skills for Embedded Systems engineer in order to get placed in core companies. Placements opportunities are provided up to two years after course completion. This will more than ensure you get placed provide you follow the skill based approach suggested by our mentors.

It doesn’t make any logical sense if anyone will not get a core embedded systems job after executing the assignments and projects. Our course-ware provides in-depth coverage of various topics in order to achieve skill transition. These skills are exactly what any leading companies in core Embedded Systems domain is looking for. Check out our skill matrix (in aligned with NSDC / ESSCI Qualification Packs) that students will be obtaining.

In case a student faces such a scenario (of not getting placed) after completing the course, they are provided with Additional projects. This will help them to continue working and enhancing their skills. As a fresh engineer, this will build real-time project experience and increases chances of getting jobs in the future.

Soft skills, Interview prep & Career FAQ

Disha (meaning “direction”) is career track component part of the Embedded Systems course – ECEP. Along with technical skills it is important for students to get trained in some other areas (ex: facing interviews, basic soft skills). Disha is an initiative from Emertxe to train our students in this area as well. This consist of the following components:

  • Resume preparation workshop – How to create an impressive resume for placement companies?
  • Interview facing workshop – How to face technical and HR interviews effectively? What are the best practices to follow? How to avoid common mistakes?
  • Seminars – Interaction with industry experts on experience sharing, soft skills and career building
  • Counselling – Career counselling / Interview tips / Higher study support (ex: LOR) to students

In summary, with our years of experience in the industry we bring in practical, implementable aspects in DISHA so that students achieve the goal of placements.

Creating impressive resume is very important item. Placement companies look for specific skillsets and its correct representation before shortlisting them for fresher jobs. As a part of Disha we conduct workshop for creating it by calling out skillsets in an impressive manner. By the end of the workshop students will have a professional quality resume ready that can be sent to companies for placements. Have a look into a sample resume and resume preparation workshop slides to get an idea.

Yes. As a part of our course, regular weekly objective tests are conducted meant to prepare you continuously for interviews in core embedded companies. Technically, these tests are of extremely high standard, which will set you up for clearing written test of any company. In order to deliver we have an online test ecosystem using which you can take it up any-time anywhere. Along with weekly tests ample amount of practice tests are given to students which will make you clear written test with ease.


On the other hand companies expect students to perform well in their Engineering Aptitude (ex: Digital electronics) and General Aptitude (ex: Quantitative) for which we expect students to prepare on their own. We can provide necessary resources (ex: Question banks) which students can practice before appearing for a company’s written test.

After the resume is shortlisted and the written test is passed by a student, the next stage is to attend technical and HR interviews. Interviewers expect candidates to display certain key characteristics (technical capability, problem solving abilities, representing ability, team player, and so on), which play a vital part in making a job offer. Regular workshops and Mock Interviews are held at WSA to help you feel confident in approaching interviews by addressing all areas of interviews.

As a part of Disha we invite industry experts (senior professionals, directors, CEOs of companies) to interact with our ECEP students. They will provide specific experience sharing based on their career success that would help fresh engineers to build a long term perspective of building careers. By interacting with experts (both face-to-face and online) students have gained immensely for making great career success. This is a unique opportunity that is only available in Emertxe, which makes as the best embedded training institute in Bangalore.

Once the resume gets shortlisted and clearing the written test, next step is to attend technical and HR interviews. Interviewers expect candidates to demonstrate certain key things (technical capability, problem solving skills, representing skill, team player etc.) which plays an important role in giving a job offer. Over the years we observed students (due to lack of awareness) do some small mistakes during interviews which actually cost them the job.


In order to bring better awareness and increase the interview preparation workshop is conducted. This will prepare you well and enable you to crack interviews.

Absolutely yes. Career guidance and counselling is part of DISHA. It is quite understandable that students will be in confused state, some of them are mentioned as follows:

    • Should I go for higher studies or get into a job now?
    • What type of placement companies should I target given that 100+ companies visit Emertxe / month?
    • If I go for higher studies can I get my Letter-Of-Recommendation (LOR) from Emertxe mentors?
    • Should I join start-up or a big company?
    • Developer or tester? – Which one is good to start career?

In such occasion our senior mentor will be available for your support. By having 1:1 discussions with them they will share their recommendations based on years of experience in their personal career and building thousands of students in Emertxe. Students immensely benefit from such interactions, thereby making right choices in their careers.

Resumes play very important role in getting a profile shortlisted. It should demonstrate necessary technical skill-sets and project output to showcase individual’s capability. Based on our experience we observed students won’t spend much time in building a quality resume and tend to copy/paste from their friends/colleagues. Added to that today’s fresh engineer don’t have much to write in their resume by the end of their degree.


With skill-based training approach from Emertxe Embedded Systems Course, students will be able to build a stack of core Embedded skills with a set of impressive projects. It is equally important to showcase it well by creating a professionally looking resume. As a part of DISHA, resume building workshop is conducted where students are given Emertxe – Resume Template and Resume preparation best practices so that they create a very good resume that impresses the employers.


In summary impressive resume is an integral part of our training and placement process. With workshops we bring in necessary awareness and hands-on tools to ensure you are ahead in the job market and convert given placement opportunities into offer letter.

This is integrated with our Embedded Systems Course (ECEP), happens are a parallel track. There is no extra charge for this.

Placements – Online Course FAQ

Placements for online embedded systems course students will be started once you complete the course modules which includes Linux & C programming modules.

It is recommended. Since most of the placement companies are located in Bangalore you need to travel to attend placements. However, given the current pandemic situation most of the companies are opting for virtual selection process which you can attend from your home. Student safety and security is very critical at this point of time, hence there is no mandatory need to travel.

After you start taking our online embedded systems course, placement eligibility test will be conducted upon completion of core modules like C Programming, Data Structures, Micro-controllers, Linux Internals etc. Students need to obtain minimum cutoff marks in order to make themselves eligible for placements. In case a student is not clearing the cutoff he or she will be provided with additional attempts to clear the placement eligibility test.


The idea of placement eligibility test is to ensure you have obtained necessary skill sets and practical knowledge of our online embedded systems course. This will definitely help you to meet or exceed the expectations of placement companies during the selection process thereby increasing your probability of selection.

When you join the online embedded courses, In order to give maximum benefit to our students with respect to placements, you will be able to apply to any number of companies up to two years after your course completion. There are no restrictions on how many companies you are applying and how many interviews you are attending.


Please note shortlisting of your candidature will purely depend on the placement company. While our placement department puts our best effort to get maximum shortlisting for each and every student.

From Emertxe’s perspective you will get 100% placement support from our placement department. This means we will ensure that you get a good number of placement opportunities. However, converting the placement opportunities into a job offer purely depends on how well you perform during the selection process.


Based on our experience in the past 18+ years we have observed students regularly attending our classes and completing assignments and projects on time, are able to clear the selection process with ease and get job offers. We have never faced challenges with respect to having more companies to participate in our placements where the challenge is always from the student side to clear the selection process.


In terms of getting you placement opportunities and coaching you for the opportunities, our team is there for you. Final result will purely depend on your hard-work and commitment.

Here is the placement process for online embedded course students:

  1. Attend all the virtual classes and complete all the assignments and projects are instructed by our mentors
  2. Clear the placement eligibility test conducted by our mentors
  3. Travel to Bangalore and take accommodation (recommended). Our admin team will help you find out suitable accommodation by providing you with choices of accommodation. You can choose the accommodation of your wish depending on the location & cost and other parameters.
  4. Start applying for placement companies via our Google Groups
  5. Internal filtering done by Emertxe placement team
  6. Shortlisting done by the placement company
  7. Selection process with placement company. This will include written test, F2F technical interviews followed by F2F HR / management interviews
  8. Status of the selection process at every phase is shared transparently with the student write from application to selection
  9. Upon selection, joining and onboarding need to be done. Our placement team will ensure you are smoothly on boarded to the company and you report to the company on the first day by assisting you in all possible ways

Companies primarily working on embedded systems and IoT domains will be hiring you. These companies may belong to any of the verticals like Automotive, IoT, Transportation,Medical, Consumer electronics, Telecommunication etc. Further these companies can be further categorized into start-ups, mid-size companies and MNCs depending on their size. 


Majority of these companies are located in Bangalore. Some of them are from other cities like Chennai, Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram.

Online Course FAQ

Our embedded systems online course is delivered by using software simulators, an example being PICSimLab for PIC based microcontrollers. You can learn the entire skills with your laptop / desktop itself, and become hands-on which will map with working on a real hardware.


Having said that, if you still want to work on the actual hardware, you can go ahead and buy the hardware on your own from various vendors available across the country. We will be sharing you to some reference links from where you can buy them online. 


Also whatever the source code you have written using simulator will work in the real hardware by making very minimal changes into the code. That way there won’t be any advantage or disadvantage whether you are learning from a real board or simulator.

In our classroom based embedded systems courses, you are meeting and interacting with the mentor face to face thereby naturally building the engagement. This applies to any classroom based training programs on any topic. In Emertxe it is divided into classroom sessions followed by lab sessions. In the classroom session mentors will be providing you with conceptual understanding followed by hands-on demonstrations. In the lab sessions our lab mentors will guide you to complete assignments. 


In the Online Embedded program, the same experience is replicated using our digital ecosystem which includes Online Virtual classrooms, Learning Management Systems (LMS), Chat tools, Forums etc. Here also classes are divided into virtual classroom and structured interventions instead of lab sessions. In Fact, the online support and intervention provided in Online training is unlimited, just that the delivery mechanism is digital and 100% effective as well.


In both modes of deliveries our team of mentors ensure that there is no compromise with respect to the overall quality and effectiveness of the program. It is up to the individual to follow the instructions provided by the mentors and have the maximum take away.

As called out above, an online classroom cannot 100% substitute for a physical classroom because real people are not present. Apparently, Emertxe has put together a digital ecosystem backed by a strong structured intervention model. This ensures an end-to-end learning process which includes conceptual understanding, hands-on exercises, assignment explainers, doubt clearing, evaluation, regular tests, interview preparation sessions happens without any compromise on the overall effectiveness of delivery.

Our online classes for the embedded system course are conducted via Live Virtual Classes (LVC). The mentor will be explaining and demonstrating a particular topic using remote conferencing tools like Gotomeeting, Zoom etc. 


Our online classes are structured very well, where students can ask the questions to the mentors in live class itself. Our mentors also keep conducting Q&A sessions, Quizzes and Online competitions etc..to increase the participation and engagement from our students.

In the online mode of classes, you can clarify your doubts in LVC itself via various online interfaces provided to you. However if your doubt requires more time to be spent, you can reach out to our team of mentors via various support channels like – Online Forums, Chat, WhatsApp groups etc. where you can clarify your questions. If it still doesn’t clarify your doubt our mentors will set up a 1:1 session with you using the remote conferencing tool and clarify your doubts. 


In summary we leave no stone unturned and ensure you learn in the right way.

In case you miss your live virtual class, the recorded session will be given to you via our online Learning Management System (LMS). You can replay that class once again and understand the missed portion.


If you still have any doubts you can reach out to our mentors via our support channels and get your doubts clarified.

Emertxe’s online embedded systems course can be taken by the following people;

  1. Fresh Engineers who completed their course and are looking forward to a placement in the core embedded and electronic industry
  2. Students in the pre-final year, who are keen to develop their embedded systems skills for preparing their future job prospects
  3. Students who are obtained admission from foreign universities are in between education break want to upskill themselves in the embedded systems domain
  4. Working professionals who want upskill and reposition their careers by getting hands-on with embedded systems programming

Embedded Systems Careers FAQ

Embedded System Engineers are in heavy demand due to many reasons. Some statistics* are as follows, which reiterates the importance of Embedded Systems jobs.

  • It is growing at 25% Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)
  • 47.9% of the market spend is going to be on Design & Manufacturing of Embedded Devices
  • More than 60% of the devices would require “smart” Embedded Software running in them
  • More than 7 Lakhs Embedded Systems jobs available in the market
  • The Electronics Systems Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) market is expected to touch 220 Billion USD in India alone, growing at 16.1% YoY
  • In order to promote ESDM, Government is working on creating fabless units in India by investing 76000 Crores.
  • It is expected to create 85,000 jobs every year from 1140 R & Centres working in India. This is apart from the overall projected number of 7 lakhs jobs every year.

* Reference from popular market research reports like NASSCOM / E & Y / Economic Times / IDC research

There are many factors (Business, Technology, Customer) factors that driver job trends. As far as Embedded Systems are concerned we see following trends driving the job market.

  • Ubiquitous Computing:ANY time, ANY device and ANY location computing, powered by low-cost and low-power computing across a range of devices
  • Internet-Of-Things:The total installed base of Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices worldwide is projected to amount to 30.9 billion units by 2025, a sharp jump from current installation base.
  • Demography needs:Growing economy like BRIC countries have embedded systems requirements in upcoming areas like healthcare, education and digital payments
  • Industry 4.0:Automation (ex: Robotics) and data exchange in manufacturing segments. Constant push to optimize manufacturing and supply chain
  • Government: Huge investments in core segments like Defence segment and constant aspiration for indigenous design and manufacturing

By taking up ECEP course, you will be building both generic (example – Algorithms) and specific (example – Microcontroller programming) skills thereby building a skills portfolio falling under ‘T’ model mentioned below. You will have necessary skill sets and project experience, showcased in form of resume so that you can transition yourself into an embedded system engineer.

Emertxe certified embedded courses (ECEP) will open up a bunch of for different roles and responsibilities. Some of them are mentioned below:

  • Program and develop a component of non-OS based Embedded device (Example – Wearable)
  • Design and develop a component OS based Embedded device (Example – Routers)
  • Development / Enhancement of networking protocols in Embedded Systems (Example – Voice Over IP)
  • Customizing and configuring Linux for a given Embedded target device
  • Testing of Embedded system (Functional / Non-functional / Integration testing)

Embedded systems are typically resource constrained systems, in terms of processing power, memory, peripherals and similar system resources. In your Embedded Systems Application, you need to design it to perform the particular functionality, in spite of having lesser amount of resources. As a designer /programmer you are supposed to keep this mind. It required Embedded Systems Developer to know specific techniques like Optimization, Algorithm design, Data structures etc.


Along with that one need to consider other non- functional characteristics like security, compliance, scalability, customizability also plays very important role as embedded systems are widely deployed in very different kind of environment (example – A factory monitoring device deployed in a dusty / noisy environment). Hence keeping non-functional aspects is key for an Embedded Systems developer.

Of course yes. When you are starting your career, we recommend you build horizontal or generic skills so that you will be able to fit yourself anywhere in the Embedded domain. Once you get some good amount of experience with one particular area (example – Microcontroller protocols) for about two years, you can then choose a particular the vertical (example – Automotive) and build deep expertise by becoming a specialist / expert in that particular vertical specific skills.

Emertxe advanced embedded systems course is an intense hands-on practical driven immersive learning course. It primary focus on making entry level engineers employable by making them land fresher placements in Embedded Systems. Having said, some of our students take-up this course as a bridge-course before they start their Masters Degree, especially with foreign universities. Such students are identified separately and both our mentors and placement cell work with them in the following areas:

  • Ex-student connect who are already studying in foreign universities for admission related help
  • Customising course module duration to meet the timeline of University admission window (Fall / Spring in USA)
  • Providing with Letter-Of-Recommendation(LOR) and reviewing Statement-Of-Purpose (SOP)
  • Providing internships for a specified duration of time by exposing them with real time projects

All the required recommendation letters and internship letters are provided as per the international university standards so that our students maximize the chance of admission and TA / RA. With this approach, good number of our students get admissions into top notch universities based out of USA / Europe / Singapore.

As the saying goes ‘technologies go through rapid changes whereas foundation won’t’ which is the primary reason why you should master foundations. For example many new programming languages are techniques will come into the foray of IoT as it matures, foundational aspects of all programming languages (example – Algorithms) won’t change. Hence in our IoT course we give lot of importance on foundations such as

  • Algorithms
  • Optimization
  • Linux platform
  • Hardware interfacing
  • Protocols
  • OS and multitasking

Once you learn these foundations, you will be able to apply these skills in any new technology that you come across and learn them at ease. In our Embedded Systems course we maintain a very good balance between building foundations and learning advanced skills to that participants are positioned as lifelong learners in the careers.

Along with core programming languages (C and C++), it is important for an Embedded Systems Developer to learn one scripting language preferably Shell scripting or Python. Following are some of the reasons:

  • Scripting language will help you to set up a development environment in an automated fashion (example – Build settings, Compiler settings, Download commands etc..)
  • As a developer you are expected to test your code well by running unit / developer test cases. Nowadays automating the same is given high importance. Popularly known as Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery, such practices will increase development quality of code
  • Shell scripting also helps to develop Applications with lesser number of code. It can be used in multiple use-cases (example – stub code) to test the Embedded Systems better

C is a general-purpose computer programming language which can be used in wide variety of applications. Operating systems, application software for computers ranging from supercomputers to embedded systems are written in C. While C has been a versatile programming language, it has been the most suitable one when it comes to Embedded Systems. In spite of being invented more than 30 years ago, when it comes to Embedded Systems, there is no other programming language which even comes close to C. There are many reasons why this is been so popular, check out our blog site to get a detailed perspective.


In ECEP course you will be doing in-depth, hands-on immersive learning by leverage advanced C programming constructs like Pointers, Dynamic memory allocation, Data structure, User Defined Data structures, File operations etc. You will build strong capability and confidence in yourself in order to convert a given problem statement into a working program. U will also learn how to program in embedded c for non-OS based (PIC Microcontrollers) and OS based (BeagleBone) hardware by completely leverage the peripherals provided and create excellent optimized C code.

Course and Real-time Project FAQ

OpenSource software development model not only democratised software development (by making the source code available to all), but it also exposed an excellent set of tools. These tools are also developed using the same development model, which makes life of an Embedded Systems developer much easier. As a part of ECEP course you will be getting exposed to the following tools:

  • Vi editor
  • Code Blocks IDE
  • GNU debugger (GDB) for debugging
  • Breakpoint based runtime debugging techniques
  • MakeFiles – For compiling multiple C files and generate an integrated working program
  • Buildroot – For building the Linux source code tree
  • KGDB – For debugging the kernel
  • Wireshark – For capturing and analysing network packets
  • XC8 cross compiler – For compiling PIC based embedded firmware

In our Embedded Systems Course, you will be getting hardware exposure in multiple angles. To start with you will be exposed to programming a non-OS based hardware which is called as microcontrollers. In ECEP course you will be using PIC as a development platform using which you will be learning how to read data sheets, implementing interrupt service routines, various protocols (UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, WiFi, Bluetooth) interfacing various different peripherals (Timers, Counters, Interrupts) and implementing an application using programming language like C.


After you build hands-on experience with microcontrollers, you will be exposed to and OS based hardware platform like
Beaglebone Black, using which you will be able to learn customizing, booting and bringing up Linux on an ARM based target hardware. Along with that you will be learning how to port an existing PC based Linux Application into an Embedded target like BeagleBone.


Our mentoring team strongly believes that hardware platforms tend to change as industry requirement becomes more advanced. Hence taking a hardware / board specific approach will not scale participants in the long term. Hence learning methodology is also focuses on generic aspects of hardware so that, you will be able to learn apply them in any hardware.


In summary as a Embedded Systems developer you will be learning how to program a hardware by designing, developing, running debugging a complete Application on your own on a OS or a non-OS based hardware.

Our Embedded Systems Course materials are designed in alignment with making our training as completely practical oriented. It includes presentation slides, template / sample programs, cheat-sheets & worksheets, programming manuals and tons of e-books. We ensure we give enough material to get you started doing practical usage rather than understanding lots of theory in form of textbooks.

Check out our slide-share page to get an understanding of our presentation slides. Along with that we also maintain our company blog to share latest happenings in the industry. We are further working on our online ecosystem to make an open learning system.

Emertxe’s online test platform is used to make any-time, any-where assessments for our students. By having this makes our evaluation system very dynamic that changes from time-to-time, thereby keeping it in sync with industry needs. This also helps students to refer back certain important questions during the time of placements.

In Emertxe typically students spend 5 hours (minimum) on a daily basis where roughly 50-50 time is spent between classroom and labs. During classroom time, typically a senior mentor will be engaging participants by delivering the content in a workshop oriented manner. During this session the mentor will introduce a concept followed by template sample programs and classroom exercises. This kind of approach ensures that you learn that particular concept well and able to build a working program. The goal of the classroom session is to build skills and confidence among participants.


After the class, you will be moved into the lab, where you will be given a set of assignments to work on, under the supervision of lab mentors. During labs you will be able to apply the learning that you have had in your classroom and build more programs and finally a good quality project. On a regular basis DISHA sessions (interview preparation, weekly tests, module tests, resume preparation workshops) are conducted either during weekdays or Saturday.

Emertxe, with its core expertise in Embedded and IoT domains, offers two major placement oriented courses when it comes to freshers:

  • Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (ECEP)
  • Emertxe Certified IoT Professional (ECIP)

The ECEP primarily focuses on ‘core’ technologies of building a device from the scratch. For example ECEP has heavy focus on lower level OS (ex: Embedded Linux) so that participants will get complete understanding of building an Embedded device.


The ECIP course primarily focuses on ‘build-and-integrate’ technologies of building an overall IoT solution. This includes programming IoT device, IoT Gateway and them using any of the popular cloud platforms (ex: IBM Watson). Here the participant may not expected to know the lower level programming details, can operate at higher level of abstraction.


However there are some common points between ECEP and ECIP (ex: C programming) which is essential for both of them.

Here is the list of skills you will be able to build by taking up advanced embedded systems course.

  • Programming Languages:
    • Linux Shell scripting
    • Advanced C, Embedded C, Data structures
    • C++ programming
    • Qt framework

  • System programming:
    • Linux Kernel system calls
    • IPC mechanisms – Pipe, FIFO, Shared memory
    • Network Programming using TCP and UDP sockets
    • pThreads – Multi thread programming

  • Embedded Linux:
    • U-boot, cross compiling, porting Linux kernel
    • Linux bring-up and high level porting on ARM board (Cortex A8 – BeagleBone Black)

  • Embedded controllers:
    • Hands-on working with GPIOs, Analog I/Os, Memory usage, interfacing, character LCD
    • Peripherals usage – Timers, Counters and Interrupts
    • Communication protocols – UART, SPI, I2C etc

  • Embedded platforms:
    • Distributions – Linux (Fedora / Ubuntu)
    • BeagleBone Black (ARM Cortex A8)
    • PIC (18F4520) Processor

  • Development environment and tools:
    • Dev environment: Vim, Makefiles, MPLAB
    • Compilers : GCC, XC8, ARM-Linux-gcc
    • Debuggers: GDB

As a part of the ECEP course you will be given a set of module specific projects after completing required class work and assignments. These projects are built based on real-time use cases, which will expose you to various different aspects of Embedded Systems product development in a hands-on, practical manner. Along with technical aspect, you will be implementing the project based on the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) framework, where you will be getting exposed to requirement analysis, design, coding, code review (by mentors), error handling and testing the project.


Our mentors lay very high stress on following industry-standard coding practices (code indentation, commenting the code, logical correctness, error handling, optimization, ability to handle unspecified requirement etc..) which will make you an industry-standard developer. Typically ECEP students build 7-8 embedded projects of decent complexity during the course. Module specific project details are provided below:

    • Linux systems projects
    • C programming projects
    • Data structures projects
    • Microcontrollers projects
    • Linux internals and TCP/IP Networking projects

A complete list of project can be obtained from ECEP – Skillset & projects document.

As a part of advanced embedded systems course you will be learning three programming languages as follows:

  • BASH Shell Scripting: This is one of the most popularly used scripting languages, heavily used in system administration, Automation and Application development. Since BASH shell leverage native Linux commands, you will be learning how to leverage them and write interesting and cool Automation Applications. As an Embedded Developer this skill will come in handy as development test case automation is a key focus area.
  • C programming: This is where the heart of ECEP course lies! In spite of so many programming languages available today, C is the most preferred language for programming Embedded Systems. Getting invented during 1970s, C programming language has evolved a lot. In ECEP course you will be doing in-depth, hands-on immersive learning by leverage advanced C programming constructs like Pointers, Dynamic memory allocation, Data structure, User Defined Data structures, File operations etc. You will build strong capability and confidence in yourself in order to convert a given problem statement into a working program. U will also learn how to program non-OS based (PIC Micro-controllers) and OS based (BeagleBone) hardware by completely leverage the peripherals provided and create excellent optimised C code.
  • C++ programming: In spite of getting invented in 1980, C++ comes in handy as one of the best object oriented programming (OOP) language. It support multiple OOP features like Classes, Objects, Virtualisation, Constructors, Inheritance, Polymorphism and many similar features. It gives additional power for the developers to write optimised source code. During ECEP course C++ will be delivered as an extension of C programming module in a workshop based model. It will enable you to apply the C++ in real-time projects.

OpenSource and Linux FAQ

Embedded Linux Courses – ECEP lays very high stress on various aspects of Linux. Considering vast nature of Linux, you will be learning Linux in three levels.

Level-1 -> Linux systems:

This is the first level of Linux learning in Emertxe. You will be getting hands-on exposure to using Linux as a normal user. You will be executing commands followed by writing BASH Shell scripts. Along with that, you will be learning how to set-up Linux as the Embedded Systems development platform.

You will also be understanding multiple tools – Editors, Debuggers and compilers. By the end of this module you will get hands-on with Linux as a developer.

Level-2 -> Linux Internals and Systems programming:

This is second level of Linux learning in our Embedded Systems course. You will be practically get exposed to deeper aspects of Linux Kernel and Internals. It involves System calls, Inter Process Communication (IPC) mechanisms, TCP/IP socket programming, Developing multi-threading Applications using pThread library , Creating optimized multi-processing application in Linux.

You will also get hands-on exposure to various subsystems of Linux – Process management, Memory management and scheduling. By the end of this module you will able to create optimised Linux Applications which can be run on a PC or Embedded System.

Level-3 -> Embedded Linux on ARM:

In third level, you will be doing deep dive into Linux Kernel. It will start with building your understanding about Kernel code organization. You will get hands-on exposure to building your custom Linux Kernel for an ARM based Embedded target Beaglebone Black. You will also be learning how to port an existing PC based Linux Application (developed during Level-2) into an ARM based Embedded target.

By the end of this module, you will be having a complete knowledge of tuning, customising, downloading and debugging an application that is running on the ARM target. This module will also give you exposure into tool-chain required to create your custom Linux distribution.

Why Linux used for Embedded Systems ?

Linux occupies number one position when it comes to developing Embedded Systems. You may be wondering why is it so? There are multiple reasons for that, read on this FAQ item to understand few reasons:


As you might have heard, Linux has adapted OpenSource development model. Anyone can use it with the help of General Public License (GPL). This means you don’t need to pay in order to customise/modify, redistribute and use Linux. Embedded Systems are manufactured in large scale, saving license cost means a lot for companies. This benefit helps organizations to adopt Linux and pass on its benefits to customers. This primarily will give you a view of why Linux used for Embedded Systems.


Linux is a very secure operating system due to multiple reasons. Since security is inherent to any Embedded Systems (example – Your own mobile phone), Linux becomes natural choice for developing Embedded Systems. Linux also provides latest protocols standards, debugging tools and many customizable aspects. As you can see, such features are very important when it comes to Embedded Systems. As a developer or business owner such features will make you adapt Linux for Embedded Systems.

Community Support:

Linux has got excellent community support. Passionate, committed developers keep enhancing Linux on a continuous basis. Any latest technology that is made available as a part of the kernel.org releases. Companies can directly integrate to their Embedded Systems product lines very quickly as it reduces development time. In business terms you might have heard about the term reducing Time-To-Market (TTM). You will be able to achieve it using Linux in Embedded Systems.

There are many other reasons (High availability, Portability, Developer tools etc..) why Linux used for Embedded Systems in such a wide manner, which you may want to read and understand. Please check-out our Emertxe – Blog site to access more similar articles.

Skills to become Embedded Systems developer | Why obtain Linux skills?

As called out in the previous question, Linux has emerged as the number one operating system for Embedded Systems Development. Linux skills has become critical today to become a successful Embedded Systems developer. Linux occupies centre stage of Embedded OS market due to the following reasons:

  1. OpenSource licensing model
  2. Customizability
  3. Excellent tooling support
  4. Best-in-class security
  5. Excellent community support

Below mentions diagram describes skills to become Embedded Systems developer. U can clearly see Linux occupies major portion of the skill-sets.

Having said that, learning Linux is not easy because its complex design. One requires a operating system level understanding combined with practical hands on knowledge to become a good developer. Our entire ECEP course is build base on Linux as the common platform. It will expose you Linux at three levels – Linux Systems, Linux Internals and Embedded Linux.

By having Linux under your belt, your skill becomes sought after in the Embedded Systems job market. It will enable you to build devices across the spectrum of Embedded Systems:

  1. Small scale IoT device (example – Wearable)
  2. Networking and Communication (example – IoT Gateways)
  3. Consumer electronic devices (example – Set top boxes)
  4. Enterprise-class devices (example – Routers)

Learning Linux will enhance your career possibilities across various jobs roles of Embedded Systems.

At Emertxe, the mentors play the primary role in up-skilling our students. Apart from being a subject matter expert in a particular area of embedded systems, our mentors strongly believe maintaining a very good relationship with students. This ensures our mentors are approachable by our students, thereby building a culture of learning. Students interact by using formal (ex: classroom) in informal (ex: WhatsApp) channels to reach out to our mentors who are ready to support our students all the time.


Mentors in Emertxe are categorized into class-mentors, lab-mentors and student counsellors to help ramping up their performance and placement counsellors. U can reach out to them for specific queries and gain maximum benefit from their interaction. Practically there is not limitations to interact with your lab mentors, where maximum amount of time is spent to do the hands-on assignments and projects by the students. Check out Emertxe – mentor interaction video to get a view of what our past students are saying about our mentors.

Which version of Linux for Embedded Systems course?

In Emertxe Embedded Systems course, we will not be focusing on a particular version of Linux. We will be picking and choosing the Linux versions that are more competitive and makes the learning more effective. In the recent past we have been using Ubuntu and xUbuntu as they have good GUI and package support.


However, courses can become version centric when it comes to specific modules like Embedded Linux. In such modules you may see code level changes are higher between on version to another. For such subjects you will be learning a particular version that our mentoring team is recommending.


In summary there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to Linux versions. You will be exposed to the best possible version in order to have maximum learning outcome.

Difference between Desktop vs Embedded Linux. Major difference is been customization ability and amount of resources available on the target board.

Linux in Desktop

Linux is a versatile operating system. If you look at Linux as an general purpose operating system, it has all the features required to run in a Desktop / PC. Typically you will not consider resource requirements in PC as resource availability is high (ex: Memory). Thanks to popular distributions like Ubuntu, you will get excellent GUI and Applications that matters for a normal user.

Linux in Embedded Systems

Running Linux on an Embedded Systems is not straight forward. Typically Embedded Systems means, you need run on a customized hardware (example – Beaglebone ARM Platform). These custom hardware will typically have lesser amount of resources. Hence customization and optimization aspects play a very important role. Thanks to OpenSource software development model, the whole Linux source code is available to you for modification. Added to that developers like you will have excellent set of tools (ex: Yocto Build framework) which will help to customize Linux easier.

Linux RTOS questions for interviews. How do I answer them?

As you might have noticed, our entire Embedded Systems Course is been built around Linux. Ever since our inception we have adopted OpenSource as a learning platform. As a participant, you will be learning both programming and embedded aspects of Linux during the ECEP course.


Linux in Desktop PCs:

Linux is a very fast OS with 30+ million lines-of-code running in Kernel alone. Such large code is been designed with some principles by developers. Some of the are:

  1. Virtual Memory management
  2. Interrupt mechanism support
  3. User and Kernel space separation
  4. Not giving control to the user on OS scheduling policies
  5. Multiple peripheral support

These features are highly useful when it comes to General Purpose Systems (GPS) and Embedded Systems (ES). Hence Linux has occupied central stage as a GPOS and EOS. On the other side, they act as a disadvantage when it comes to Real Time Systems (RTS). Hence Linux by default is not suitable for hard real time applications, even though customizations (ex: RT-Linux) are available.


Linux in Real Time Systems (RTS / RTOS):

However as a fresh engineer when you face Linux RTOS questions for interviews, it becomes challenging for you to answer them. So our mentoring team has included following RTOS concepts are a part of Linux Internals and Networking module:

  1. Introduction to RTOS
  2. Real time scheduling
  3. RTOS characteristics
  4. RTS software design challenges
  5. Differences between RTOS | GPOS | EOS

We will not be doing the practical aspects of Hard RTOS during embedded systems course course. But we will be teaching concepts of RTOS, using which you can easily answer Linux RTOS questions for interviews.

NSDC and Certification FAQ

The Government of India has launched the initiative called Skill India to upskill youth of this country across various skills. A flagship organization National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is given the charter to implement the mission of skill India. Under NSDC multiple sector skill councils are created (Example being Electronics Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI)),which is given the mandate to implement Electronics / Embedded specific training programs. Emertxe is an affiliated training partner with NSDC / ESSCI in order to implement training programs – Embedded Software Engineer / Embedded Product Developer (Code – ELE/Q1501)


This means, after you complete course, certification will be provided by NSDC / ESSCI upon successfully completing the assessment. Certificate will be directly provided by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Check out a sample certificate [Give sample certificate link here] which our students will be getting by the end of the course.

By the end of the advanced embedded systems course, our placement team will get in touch with all the students and inform them about the certification exam, along with preparation details. Students need to appear for an assessment with NSDC / ESSCI assessment officials. Assessment will be based on ECEP course curriculum which students studied for the period of 6 months*. Upon successfully clearing the assessment certificate will be provided from NSDC / ESSCI with institute name mentioned as Emertxe.


* Please note that this program emphasizes on outcome. The duration might vary based on the class’s learning pace and progress

NSDC job roles (Example – Embedded Software Engineer / Embedded Product Developer) are based on a specific job description rather than a broader curriculum based approach. By getting qualified for a specific job, you are demonstrating a meritorious output to potential placement companies that you are capable of executing a particular job role in their organization. Government of India is planning to standardise this job roles across the industry in order to ensure there is a common recognition candidates who obtained these certificates (similar to GATE / GRE scores). So NSDC certificate will open up more career and placement possibilities. Emertxe’s advanced embedded systems course is aligned with NSDC curriculum.

It depends. Students approach us for various types of certificates to obtain different benefits, some example are:

  • Applying for higher studies
  • Obtain a particular Government scholarship
  • Applying for particular job requiring proof of course with Emertxe
  • Seeking tax benefits for course fee paid
  • Bonafide certificate

Our placement team carefully review you each and every student request, check the validity / importance and provide appropriate certificate.

Typically NSDC certification happens whenever we have a batch of students available. As per Emertxe’s batch experience it is conducted once in two months with a batch of students. During the same time past batch students are also notified so that they can also appear (in case they missed in the past) for the certification exam.


NSDC certification exams are typically planned on Saturdays so that all our placed students can attend the certification test without affecting their regular work.

Once NSDC / ESSCI assessment batch is created, their assessment officials are informed and a assessment date get fixed. The assessment process typically involves an online technical test, programming test followed by viva-voce. The assessment official will grade you across various categories and provide you with the overall result (Pass / Fail).


On the preparation front, there is no extra preparation required apart from what you have learned in our advanced embedded systems course. However you are supposed to refresh subjects that you studied in the course (Mainly C programming and Microcontroller / embedded programming topics), so that you can clear the examination easily. As far as our experience, we have seen most of the students successfully cleared assessment test.

No issues. In Emertxe NSDC examinations of conducted in a periodic manner (Once in two months), you can appear for the next cycle in case you missed a particular exam date. Appropriate communication is sent to old students also via individual emails and Emertxe Google Group.


Even if a student gets placed, he can still appear for the NSDC / ESSCI certification exam, as tests are planned on Saturdays to accommodate our placed students.

Fee Payment FAQ

Course fee payment at Emertxe can be done in multiple modes. As a candidate you can opt any of the options [Cash / On-line Bank Transfer / Credit Card / Debit Card / DD]. If you are making On-line bank transfer , details are provided below.


After transferring the money, please contact us with the transaction ID or call us to facilitate it further.


Bank Name – HDFC bank
Account Name – Emertxe Information Technologies (P) Ltd
Account Number – 59210028428173
Branch – Church Street, Bangalore
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Yes. Our Emertxe Embedded course fee structure consist of instalment options, mainly for long term courses. U can make payments using any of the options. U can get in touch with our Admission Team in the co-ordinates given below. They will be glad to assist you by sharing further details.


Phone: +91 809 555 7 332 / +91 8095557333


Online Enquiry: Contact us Form


Email: training@emertxe.com

Yes. Scholarship options are available for meritorious students. It is based on Emertxe Scholarship Test score and your Aggregate marks scored in your Engineering exams. Request you to take up our Online – Scholarship test which will automatically provide you with more details.


Our Admission team will also follow-up with you and share further details about scholarship. Basically there will be some percentage of discount in the overall course fee.

Join Embedded Course at Emertxe Bangalore with easy steps. Please go to our Online – Scholarship test link and register yourself by filling up details. If you are interested in scholarship please go ahead and take up the test.


Our admission team will get in touch with you and share you further steps about course registration. Apart from that you can reach out to our Admin team in the following ways, they will be glad to assist you:


Phone: +91 809 555 7 332 / +91 809 555 7 333


Online Enquiry: Contact us Form


Email: training@emertxe.com

Trainer FAQ

In Emertxe trainers are called as mentors, who will be working very closely with you. Each of our mentors are subject matter expert in the given topic with very high hands-on exposure. They will shape your foundational learning, core subject learning and hands-on learning thereby helping you to become a job ready professional. Our mentors are highly committed for your success they are always approachable and friendly.

Emertxe mentors are both well qualified and experienced in the subject they are handling. For each subject a specific set of class and lab mentors are available who has complete view of the subject they are handling. We have a very strict internal quality policy which ensures irrespective of mentors the content and quality of deliverable remains the same.

At Emertxe, the mentors play the primary role in up-skilling our students. Apart from being a subject matter expert in a particular area of embedded systems, our mentors strongly believe maintaining a very good relationship with students. This ensures our mentors are approachable by our students, thereby building a culture of learning. Students interact by using formal (ex: classroom) in informal (ex: WhatsApp) channels to reach out to our mentors who are ready to support our students all the time.


Mentors in Emertxe are categorized into class-mentors, lab-mentors and student counsellors to help ramping up their performance and placement counsellors. U can reach out to them for specific queries and gain maximum benefit from their interaction. Practically there is not limitations to interact with your lab mentors, where maximum amount of time is spent to do the hands-on assignments and projects by the students. Check out Emertxe – mentor interaction video to get a view of what our past students are saying about our mentors.

Trainers (both class-mentors and lab-mentors) interact with you very closely by taking a detail oriented approach for each subjects. This close interactivity and engagement ensures you learn the subject very well by taking a very hands-on approach. Along with that our mentors will be performing various type of assessments on each student (attendance, assignment evaluation, project evaluation, quiz, weekly test, module test, classroom questioning) and providing you with regular and open feedback in a very professional way. This ensures you improve on your weakness and grow from strength-to-strength as a professional