Courses

    Under Graduate(UG)


    B.E-Electronics and Communication Engineering


       The major driving force for the present day Information Technology revolution is the development in Electronics Engineering. The advancements in microelectronics, satellite and optical fiber technology, analog and digital in communication techniques have resulted in developing complex electronics devices, circuits and equipments capable of implementing fast and efficient telecommunication systems. Real time transfer of audio and video signals is now possible with recent trends in broad band technologies. Penetration of electronics has now revolutionized other areas like health care, instrumentation, automation, remote sensing, signal processing etc.
       Graduates in Electronics Engineering have opportunities in Government and private companies for installation, operation and maintenance of electronics equipments and systems. Defence, space and other large research organizations employ electronics engineers in design and development of complex devices and systems for signal processing and telecommunication. Industries involved in design and fabrication of devices, integrated circuits, embedded systems, electronic equipments etc have also provide large scale placements for engineers with this specialization. Knowledge of computer hardware, networking equipments and communication systems enables electronics engineering graduate to annex an edge in the IT job market.

    Post Graduate(PG)

    M.E –Communication Systems
       Communication is the fastest growing segment of the industry. It has experienced exponential growth over the last decade. The explosive growth of Communication Systems suggests a bright future for Communication Engineering field. This PG programme is an advanced level course in the field of Communication Engineering offering a specialization in terms of technology and applications to fulfill the requirements of the industry.

    M.E –VLSI Design
       Post graduates in VLSI design are in huge demand to develop FPGA implementations, ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) and SoCs (System-on-chip). The VLSI industry has an added attraction of being a strong domain for patents filing, invention disclosures and applied research.
  Ph.D

Programmes Offered
  B.E. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)
  M.E. (Communication Systems)
  M.E. (VLSI Design)
  Ph.D
Curriculum