Hello Debodeep, Both CSE and ECE are very good branch and have very good future growth and opportunities for you. But I will advice you to pursue the branch of your passion and interest. It will help you enjoy your course and bring the best in you. Many of the subjects of CSE and ECE are also common. You can always opt for doing major degree in one course and doing minor degree in another stream.
You can also switch to CSE subjects for M.tech after completing your B.tech from ECE.
Contemplate over the branch and your future and make a wise desicion.
For more information about switching branch refer http://www.inspirenignite.com/how-to-change-branch-in-m-tech
Computer Science Engineering (CSE) and Electronics and Communication Engineering(ECE) both have there own beauty
ECE is one of the most wanted course on par with Computer Science. Electronics is basically the circuitry used in every electronic gadget. The course will deal with various circuits and concepts which are in use now. It is not a course where one can master both the electronic and computer domains and be comfortably sitting for placements.
CSE is about understanding the concepts involved in computers.
It all depends on your interest. You can succeed only when you do what interests you!
Advantage in CS, as all the top e-commerce companies come for CS with high package.
Advantage in ECE, you can sit for all types of companies.
Choose what you like 🙂
I think your choice should be based upon your interest and the consideration of the following:
Placement in VIT relating to ECE/CSE
Only the shifting of the graduates to the services based companies, as clerks, happen from VIT.
Teaching in VIT relating to ECE/CSE
Since, there are better quality video tutorials available on web, it should not be a matter of concern to any engineering student.
Scope of CSE/ECE in the future
There is infinite scope of research in all the existing engineering fields in India. As, the Indian engineering curriculum is 40 years old, it is not of much use to the present day world. Moreover, anyone can become a world class computer engineer, even without going to any engineering college.
I personally suggest you to go for CSE because you said you have interest in that. It will only take your far. 🙂