In case your intention would be to compare the courses being trained underneath the two names in various indian colleges then it's safe to think about them same.
The training of both classes are same. (There might be exceptions but I'm not conscious of any in indian context)
However getting majored in Electronics and Communication Engineering I'm able to condition the improvement in nomenclature does imply some technical variations.
You can look at Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (ETE) like a subset of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE).
The later cover a myriad of electronics based communication however the former limits to simply telephony based communication.
My typing of the answer, its being sent to both you and your reading through of the answer on your pcOrwise phone comes underneath the umbrella of ECE although not ETE.
An ETE course must take care of Semiconductors, various products according to them as well as their abstractions (courses on Analog Electronic Circuits, Digital &lifier Switching Circuits and Systems, Microprocessor, Linear IC Systems, Embedded System, Energy Electronics etc) as introducing Electronics.
Courses coping with Signals &lifier Systems, Electromagnetic Waves, Antennas, Analog Communication, Microwave Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Digital Communication etc are trained introducing the Communication Engineering. Advanced Mathematics will also be integral towards the ETE.
Additionally to above, courses on computer communication, networking, Data communication etc are members of ECE.