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Electronics & Communication Engineering


To be a nationally preferred department of learning for students and teachers alike, with dual commitment to research and serving students in an atmosphere of innovation and critical thinking.


  • To provide high-quality education in Electronics & Communication Engineering to prepare the graduates for a rewarding career in Electronics & Communication Engineering and related industries, in tune with evolving needs of the industry.
  • To prepare the students to become thinking professionals and good citizens who would apply their knowledge critically and innovatively to solve professional and social problems
The Electronics & Communication Engineering Department provides students with a solid scientific/technical background and research capabilities in the design, development and manufacture of electronic devices and systems used in a wide spectrum of applications. From household appliances to sophisticated satellite communication, from electronic ignition to neural networks and signal processing chips, the Department integrates academic discipline with project-based engineering applications, classroom learning theory with real world experiences. Annual intake of this Department is 180 students.

Facilities & Infrastructure
Analog & Digital Communication Lab
Integrated Circuit & Pulse Digital Circuits Lab
Electronic Device Circuits Lab
Microwave & Optical Communication Lab
Microprocessor & Micro Controller Lab
eCAD Lab
Basic Electronics Lab
Digital Signal Processing Lab
Major Courses Offered
Digital Signal Processing Cellular Mobile Communication
Radar Engineering Optical Communication
Computer Organization Management Science
Electronic Devices & Circuits Pulse & Digital Circuits, Integrated Circuits
Analog & Digital Circuits Electromagnetic Waves
Microwaves Antennas
VLSI Microprocessors
Satellite Communication Digital Image Processing, etc.
Some Interesting Project Assignments
Study of radar tracker design using filter
Remote control of electrical appliances using WiFi
BER estimation of OFDM and C-OFDM system over different fading channels
Time-Frequency analysis of non-stationery signlas using moving sum filter technique
Design of ternary sequences using modified particle swarm optimization
Mobile speed estimation for broad band wireless communication over fading channels
Validation of cordic based sinewave generator on FDGA
Performance evaluation of various wavelet for edge feature extraction
Mobile operated rover
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Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs) & Programme Outcomes(POs)
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