Why Electronics and Communication Engineering?
Electronics is fundamental to many of the things we take for granted today. Everything from mobile phones to aircraft and medical equipment relies on electronics, and it is difficult to think of any area of life that has not been affected by developments in electronics. Technology, and particularly electronics, is developing at a more rapid pace than ever before. This makes the job of the Electronic Engineer both exciting and challenging, but it also means that there are great rewards for engineers, both in terms of remuneration and job satisfaction.
Electronics & Communication plays an important role in almost every sphere of our life. It has penetrated in every field of our existence. It mainly deals with the communication technologies along with the basic electronic components, design of circuits and systems. Electronics and Communication department is established with well-equipped laboratories and research facilities. These laboratories provide platform for learning not only theory but also practical aspects of electronics and communication engineering.
The department has 11 laboratories with equipments like digital trainer kits, oscilloscopes, signal generators, power supply units, interface kits, and software like Xilinx, mentor graphics, Keil, Mat lab for VLSI, DSP, microprocessor and microcontroller labs. The computer terminals are connected to Windows 200/ Linux servers, having individual hard disk and are Windows Vista/Xp bootable. The department is well equipped with all the necessary software required to carry out project work. These facilities are exclusively for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Electronics and communication engineering.
- Analog Electronics Lab
- Logic Design Lab
- Micro Controllers Lab
- HDL Lab
- DSP Lab
- Analog Communication Lab
- Advanced Communication Lab
- Microprocessor Lab
- VLSI Lab
- Power Electronics Lab
- Project Lab
Graduates in Electronics & Communication Engineering are qualified for employment in a wide variety of sectors. This ranges from consumer electronics such as television, video and compact disc to the use of electronic systems for communications and computing in business. In the public utilities such as elecrticity, gas and water supply, electronic control and protection systems are indispensable. Students completing the undergraduate curriculum can be employed in the public and private sector industries and organizations such as the Indian Telephone Industries, MTNL, National Physical Laboratories, AIR, Civil aviation, and the police wireless departments.
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.Job opportunities for electronics and communications engineers cover a whole spectrum of fields including civilian and military industries concerned with the generation and transmission of signals designing electronics and communications equipment and circuits such as TV’s, VCR’s, computers and satellite communications systems. Electronics and communications engineers harness electromagnetic radiation and develop instrumentation used in Radar and Sonar systems.