Offered by: School of Engineering & Technology
The field of Electronics and Communication Engineering has its foundations in these three major technical areas: Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Systems. The curriculum lays emphasis on a deep understanding of the fundamental principles of electronic devices and circuits, computer architecture, microprocessors, VLSI and embedded systems, electromagnetic field theory, analog and digital communication, digital signal processing, microwave and broadband communications.
Engineers in this field, design, fabricate, maintain, supervise and manufacture electronic equipment used for entertainment, computers, communication and defense. The ever-increasing pace of development in electronics, audio and video communications systems has led to advanced automation, a major catalyst for many dramatic technological changes benefiting modern society. Electronic gadgets and communication systems of present age have tremendously improved the quality of life. As we progress, the need for efficient communication networks equipped with the latest electronic devices and circuits becomes critical.
The programme emphasizes the following domains
A Graduate in Electronics & Communication Engineering, would be equipped with fundamentals of Electronics and communication as well as a strong mathematical aptitude. He/She would be able solve complex challenges in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, and thus would be adequately prepared for a career in research, design, manufacture, and maintenance in the fields of consumer electronics, electronic media, Bio-Medical, Automobile-control, communication, software, Computer hardware, and other electronic fields.
4 Years (8 Semesters)
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Pass in 10 + 2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as Compulsory subject along with one of the Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / Technical Vocational subject.
Obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.