About the Department
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 1998. Electronics and Communication Engineering is both a core subject and a swiftly advancing field, with new ideas emerging every day. From mobile phones to remote sensing, there are exciting avenues to explore. With technology becoming all pervasive in everyday life, opportunities for electronic engineers are plenty.
The department of Electronics & Communication Engineering has faculty members with a blend of youth and experience. All the faculty members of the department are post graduates, some of them from eminent institutions like IIT. The department has qualified and accomplished doctorates and in addition a few will be completing their PhD programme shortly. Faculty members of this department have considerable academic, industrial and research experience. The department has specialists in the fields of Electronics, Communication Systems, VLSI Design, Wireless and Mobile Communication, Medical Electronics and in various other fields.
The department is well known for imparting a strong theoretical and practical foundation in the subject. It has well equipped state of art laboratories On an average the student to equipment ratio is 2 : 1 and it never exceeds 3, which is commendable. Power point presentations and regular assignments are used to instill in the student a thorough grasp of the fundamentals. With the support of faculty having industrial experience, students are familiarized with cutting edge research and industrial requirements. Besides strong academic inputs, the students are encouraged to do mini projects and gain hands on experience with the hardware and software tools.
The department understands the needs of the industry and strives to produce quality engineers with professional orientation. The ambition of the department is to provide quality education and up to date information to the students, so that they find a place in the fast changing industry.
Seminars and Technical symposiums are conducted regularly to keep abreast with the latest trends in the industry. Technical exhibitions and workshops are also conducted to provide exposure into real time applications. Innovative ideas of faculty and students are developed through i-cell activities. Visits to industry and guest lectures by eminent professional from the industry add another dimension to the teaching learning experience. The department not only imparts training in technical skills, it also tries to cultivate ethical values among the students. Students are also encouraged to participate in co-curriculur and extracurricular activities, which are so crucial in developing their soft skils and boosting confidence levels.
In the year 2007, M.E. VLSI Design has been introduced as post graduate course in this department. Apart from the conventional training, in depth practical knowledge is imparted using the Cadence Laboratory.
To impart excellent and comprehensive knowledge in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering with emphasis on the fundamentals and relevance to the industry.
To develop the department as a centre of excellence and motivate the students and the faculty members to carry out innovative research activities that will be beneficial to the society.
To put all our efforts to inculcate a sense of discipline, make them understand the values in life and professional ethics, to develop leadership qualities and to groom them to a bright and successful career.
The department library boasts of numerous technical books on various topics. As on date there are 267 books which faculty and students find a useful source of reference. In addition to the text books the library also has technical magazines such as Electronics for You, which help the students in constructing various interesting electronic projects.
Curriculum & Syllabi
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An electronic engineer can find jobs in directing control and testing production process, consumer electronics manufacturing organizations, telecommunication industry, IT industries, health care equipment manufacturing industry, mobile communication, internet technologies, power Electronics, and other industries like steel, petroleum and chemical industry.
Electrical technicians and technologists can specialize in technical sales, product representation, systems management, the design and manufacture of electronic devices and systems, or the installation, maintenance and repair of electronic systems and equipment. They may also work with computers and electronic equipment in the medical, manufacturing, industrial control, telecommunications, aeronautical and military fields.
An electronics engineer can get a job in Central Government, State Governments and their sponsored corporations in public enterprises and the private organizations like All India Radio, Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, National Physical Laboratories, AIR, Civil Aviation Department; Post and Telegraph Department; Co-ordination Department, National Physical Laboratory, Bharat Electronics Limited, Development Centers in various States and also dealing in manufacture, sales and services of electronics consumer goods and appliances.
Electronics engineers are also absorbed into the entertainment transmission industry, research establishments, and defense. They can also take up teaching and research in one of the many engineering colleges in India or abroad.
Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab
Students are given extensive training in 16 bit microprocessors and micro controllers in this laboratory. Individual attention is given to each student by providing each student with a separate micro processor. This gives each student tremendous knowledge to write the coding independently and to master the programming. Stepper Motor operation, Interfacing of various peripherals and the use of PC as a development tool helps the student carry out real time experiments.
Digital Signal Processing Lab
Exhaustive training is given on different signal processing techniques in this laboratory. TMS 320C50 processor is given for training. Lucid demonstrations by experienced faculty members help the students to grasp the subject and conduct the experiment with confidence. The latest trainer kits are provided and students are taught in this lab to generate various signals, study and compare different filters characteristics. Students are provided an opportunity to work with Matlab for better understanding of the concepts involved in digital signal processing.
Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
Students are taught how to design and construct electronic building blocks using Integrated circuits. The experiments cover simple experiments to tough assignments in designing and testing linear integrated circuit circuits. Circuits like differentiator, integrator, low pass, band pass and high pass filter circuits, multivibrators, oscillators, PLL and SMPS are studied extensively both by simulation using L SIM and N SIM and p-SPICE software in the computer system as well as using the hardware.
In this lab students learn to program in Verilog and VHDL languages. Students learn to construct and test various basic VLSI circuits starting from adder, multiplier, ALU and, counters, to complicated design problems. They are also taught SPICE simulation to understand various analog and digital circuits and their characteristics. They are taught advanced VLSI design such as synthesis of PNR, Layout of CMOS Inverters, configuration of all blocks, layout generation etc. using Orcad, Xilinx ISE, Cadence software tools and sophisticated equipments including FPGA Spartan Kit and 100 M Hz Oscilloscope.
Students learn the basics of electronics in this lab. They are taught how to check electrical and electronic components such as resistors, inductors, capacitors, transformers, diodes, transistors, JFET, UJT, SCT etc and find their characteristics. Amplifiers, Oscillators and their different configurations are constructed by the students and tested. Analog and digital electronic circuits are covered extensively using discrete components as well as Integrated Circuits. P-SPICE, L SIM and N SIM software are used for simulation training. This lab encourages students to construct various interesting and novel electronic circuits.
Communication Systems Lab
Modulation and demodulation techniques are taught in this laboratory, using AM, FM, PPM, PCM, PWM, TDM, DM, ADM, ASK, FSK, PSk and QPSK kits. Students are made to construct circuits by themselves and test their circuits using discrete components, so as to reinforce what they have learnt in theory. Experiments include all modulation techniques of analog, digital and mixed signals and data using MATLAB.
Microwave & Optical Lab
In depth knowledge in Microwave Engineering is provided in this laboratory with the help of Microwave Benches. Experiments conducted include E pain Tee, H Plain Tee, S Matrix calculation, Radiation Pattern of Horn & Parabolic Antenna. Gunn Diode and Reflex Klystron are given for training the students in finding the VI, Mode and Power Characteristics and VSWR Measurements. In the Optical Electronics laboratory Fiber Optic experiments are covered in detail using sophisticated test equipments.
Computer Networks Lab
Networking topologies are taught in this laboratory using computer systems for all the experiments. Students are made to transmit data packets containing different information and receive the same through different topologies and analyze the merits and demerits of each method, using LAN Trainer, DCT Trainer kits. L SIM & N SIM Software are used for training the students on Serial & Parallel Communication, Token Bus, CSMA / CD and various other protocols.
All the laboratories are equipped with the state of the art testing and measuring instruments. This includes CRO, Function Generator, Storage Oscilloscope, LCR Bridge, Decade Boxes, Microwave Test Benches, Spectrum Analyzer and many more sophisticated equipments.
MATLAB, Xilinx, LAN Trainer, P-Spice, Orcad, L-Sim, N-Sim, DCTand TMS320C50 DSP Processor.
UNDERGRADUATE & POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
Application for admission to a course should be made only in the prescribed form, which will be sent along with the prospectus.
Application form properly filled-in should be sent only to the Admission Office or handed over in person along with
All Students including Foreign Nationals and NRIs seeking admission to any course should attach xerox copies of the mark sheet of qualifying examination and proof of age, which are duly attested along with the application. The candidates should produce authentic certificate indicating the corresponding marks of each grade in the mark sheet.
Applications, which are incomplete or not accompanied by the prescribed documents and registration fee are liable for rejection.
The scrutiny committee will process the applications and provisionally select the students on merit. An interview will be conducted if necessary. The Applicants from distant places may be selected on the basis of merit without interview.
The final selection will be based on their marks in the qualifying examination, performance in the aptitude test and group discussion and interview.
If any candidate is found to have secured admission by fraudulent methods like presentation of forged certificates / dishonoured DD etc., he/ she will be dismissed from the college at any time during the courses and will forfeit the fees paid.
The admission notice will be sent to the selected candidates intimating the dates on which they should report at the admission office with the following original certificates.
After scrutiny of the above documents and payment of the prescribed fees, the student will report to the Principal, with the admission letter to join the course.
The date(s) of joining the course will be intimated in advance.