Dawn of an academic year invites fresh undergrad entrants, some of them with strong aspiration to do B.E. (ECE) at ‘mit-india’ and the rest boarding the course just by virtue of their laudable academic records. At the end of four years, all of them evolve into confident and brilliant engineers, ready to face the technical challenges inherent of the field of electronics and communication. The passing out undergraduates either get launched in top notch industries or dart out with confidence to institutions of repute to win laurels.
The Department of Electronics Engineering has its core strength in the field of communication, Signal Processing and VLSI with the following two academic programs:
B.E. - Electronics and Communication (ECE) (4 years)
M.E. - Communication & Networking (C&N) (2 years)
The undergraduate (B.E.(ECE)) curriculum has equal emphasize on the theoretical and practical aspects of Communication, Signal Processing and VLSI. The post graduate (M.E.(C&N)) curriculum emphasizes on Communication, Signal Processing, Networking and VLSI. The courses not only meet industry requirements but have the rigor to meet the research challenges in the fast changing communication technology. Apart from class room teaching, there are frequent lectures delivered by renowned speakers drawn from Industry and R&D establishments.
Supplementing the regular curriculum, the students are encouraged to participate in R & D efforts by involving themselves in the sponsored projects executed by the faculty members of the Department and other research activities in other department.
Established in the year 1949, the department has a strong alumni network that supports in avenues like formation of the curriculum, Remote mentoring students in industry supported projects and career guidance, to state a few.
USP of our students is their technical competence augmented by their steadfast motivation to excel in core technical areas – our eminent alumni spread across the globe configure the proof.
Dr. Mala John
Professor & Head
Department of Electronics Engineering
(Last update on June 21st,2010)