Electronics & Communication Engineering Course

In the developed world, we are surrounded by electronics – from the computers on our desks to the smart phones in our pockets to the thermostats in our homes to our data in the virtual cloud.

Joe Kaeser

Vision

To be acclaimed as Centre of excellence in Electronics and Communication engineering and to mould the students as competent professionals with strong commitment to the nation and its fellow beings.

Mission

To provide state of the art infrastructure and amenities enabling effective curriculum delivery and quality education through effective teaching learning process, promote innovation in technology in the field of electronics and communication engineering.

Being the foundation of the IT revolution, the students of this branch are prepared with a sound knowledge of basic sciences, provided with a deep understanding of digital systems design, digital and analog communication, computer software and circuit simulation tools.

Starting with basics of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, the students are trained in Programming Techniques, Data Structure, Operating Systems and Computer Graphics. 

At the end of second year, students take advanced courses like Digital Signal Processing, VLSI design, Data Communication Networks, Advanced Microprocessors and Microwave Engineering and more than adequate practical knowledge of software, hardware and interfacing techniques. 

After the end of fifth, they have six week in-house practical training in which they get hands-on experience in simulation and design software tools ORCAD and Electronic Work Bench. Special training of circuit simulation software like MATLAB and VLSI software is given in the third year.

At the end of the sixth semester, the students take a six-day industrial training. This gives them a chance to experience the real world working environment. In the seventh semester, specialized electives include fiber optical communication and advanced VLSI fuzzy systems.

In the final semester, with prior sound knowledge of hardware, software and industrial exposure, the students carry out their final year working projects. Along with that they study advanced subjects like Satellite and Mobile Communication, Artificial Neural Networks, Photonics Systems, Embedded Systems, Patterns recognition etc.

The department is having well established 

  • DSP Lab equipped with MATLAB, Code Composer Studio, Texas Instruments Processors etc.
  • Communication Engineering lab equipped with modern analog and digital modulation kits.
  • Microwave and Optical Communication Lab equipped with klystron and Gunn Microwave set-up, analog and Digital Optical Communication Link kits, Advanced antenna systems etc.
  • Microprocessors and Microcontrollers lab equipped with 8085, 8086, 8051 8052 processors, Embedded Development kits

There are good opportunities for an Electronics and Communication Engineer as they can avail job opportunities in a multitude of industries upon successful completion of their degrees. Indian Telephone industries, Bharat Electronics Limited, Defence, Power sector, VLSI design, Television Industry etc are some of the popular sectors where the services of an Electronics and Communication engineer are required.

Delhi metro rail corporation (DMRC), DRDO, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) are some of the govt sector companies. HCL Technologies, LG Electronics Inc., Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Wipro limited, Siemens are some private sector companies. An electronics engineer has good carrier opportunities both in India and abroad and salary packages vary upon factors such as working area, working skills, qualification etc. However, as a fresher electronics engineer you can earn about Rs 3 to 5 lakhs per annum.