The magnificence of Electronics and Communication lies in its ubiquity! Electronic devices have become a major part of our lives. With the evolution of technology, Electronics and Communication has become an essential discipline that is required by every other industry. Now the world can no longer undermine the significance that Electronics and Communication discipline carries. Hence, Electronics and Communication engineering is one of the most sought after branches by students.
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 and 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.
As a part of the Engineering curriculum, students study Engineering Mathematics, Elements of Mechanical Engineering, CAED, Professional Ethics, and programming concepts during the First year foundational courses. In the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year, focus will be on core ECE specialized subjects such as Analog Electronic circuits, Digital Electronics, Signal processing, Analog and Digital Communication, VLSI and Embedded systems, Artificial Intelligence etc. followed by project work and technical seminars.
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, Matlab for VLSI, DSP, microprocessor and microcontroller labs. The computer terminals are connected to Windows 200/ Linux servers having individual hard disk. These 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.
We are on the verge of becoming the manufacturing hub of Consumer Electronic products, and Implementation of 5G Mobile technology. This makes the Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) as one of the most promising branches of engineering study. Electronics and Communication Engineers find themselves in leading positions in Research, Design, Development and Testing of the Electronic Equipment used in various Systems and Communication Networks. In the present era of Internet of Things (IoT), Industry 4.0, Big data, Nanotechnology, Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning; ECE branch plays the anchor role by bridging all branches including Computer Science and Engineering, Mechanical engineering and Applied Sciences.
ECE Graduates can work in different fields such as Micro and Nanoelectronics, VLSI Design and Testing, Embedded Systems, Consumer Electronics Product Manufacturing, Robotics and Industrial Automation, Communication Systems Design and Maintenance, Internet of Things (IoT), Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and many more
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