Approved by AICTE,
Affiliated to Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

View Syllabus Bachelor of Technology (ECE)

About the Course
The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, which became a part of this celebrated institution in the year 2007, is one of the leaders in India in this field of technology. The department, headed by professors and lecturers who are experts in their own disciplines, aims at educating and training students with sound knowledge and awareness in the latest trends in electronics, communication and information technology. The first year of electronics and engineering  course  is  dedicated  to  teaching  students  about  basic  engineering  techniques  such  as  engineering mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering drawing to name a few. From second year students, start learning core Electronics and communication Engineering subjects, like digital electronics, and logic design, fundamentals of communication  engineering,  electronic  circuits,  signals  and systems,  power  electronics,  applied  electromagnetic theory etc. In the Pre-Final year, the students are exposed to Integrated Circuits, Microelectronics, Control Systems, Antennas and Computer Architecture. In the final year, the student's expertise about special communication schemes such as Radar Engg., Microwave & TV Engg.,Optical & Wireless Communication. Keeping in line with fast changing technology,  the  department  has  a well  designed,  constantly  reviewed  syllabus  to  incorporate  all  advancements  in existing  and  emerging  technologies.  The  state­of­art  laboratories  complement  the  high  standards  set  by  the competitive syllabus and nurture the inclination of students towards research and development, besides giving them the necessary and sufficient backing of practical knowledge that they need. 

Future Scope
Electronics and Communication Engineering courses offer enormous job opportunities in electronics and software companies.  All  electronic  devices  need  software  interface  to  run  and  come  with  one  or  other  device controlling programmes  architected  and  developed  by  electronics  and  communication  engineering.  It  also  gives  great opportunities for research and development, as consumers need new devices every day to support them in daily life.  

Laboratory:

Electronics and Communication Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering Department has following labs:

1. Microprocessor Lab: Microprocessor  lab  indulges  students  into  the  study  of  architecture,  programming  and  interfacing  of  various microprocessors  and  microcontrollers.  This  lab  is  useful  not  only  for electronics,  but  also  for  other  trades  of engineering  and  helps  to  develop  skills  in  the  field  of  microprocessors  and  their  applications.  This  lab  helps  the students in project work and to know about the latest trends and technologies. The students are trained on 8085, 8086 and other trainer kits.

2. Digital Electronics Lab : Digital  Electronics  lab  makes  students  aware  of  different  types  of designs,  such  as  sequential  logic  circuits, combinational logic circuits, trouble shooting of various digital systems & study of various digital systems. Study of basic electronics & digital techniques is as a base for understanding theory and practical of the subject. The lab work focuses on study of facts, concepts, and principles, design operation of combinational logic circuit, sequential logic circuits and digital instruments. 

3. Digital Signal Processing Lab: Digital  Signal  Processing  is  used  in  a  number  of  applications.  It  aims  at  providing  knowledge  of  the  basic  signal­ processing  principles  necessary  to  understand  many modern  high­tech  systems,  with  digital­communications examples. This lab involves the teaching of various key DSP concepts such as functions (impulse function, sinusoidal function, exponential functions etc) and study of sinusoidal signal, sampled signal and Discrete Fourier transform etc. MATLAB software is used for simulation and designing purpose. The goal of DSP is usually to measure, filter and/or compress continuous real­world analog signals.

4. Semiconductor Devices & Circuits Lab: The  semiconductor  devices  and  Circuit  laboratory  is  the  most  important  aspect  of  the  modern  curriculum  in electronics  engineering  education.  In  this  lab  students are taught  about  various  semiconductor  devices  such  as Diodes,  bipolar  and  field­effect  transistors,  amplifier,  thyristor,  passive  components,  and  even  integrated  circuits devices.  This  lab  needs  a  lot  of theoretical knowledge  with  concentration  to  implement  the  various  practicals prescribed by University. 

5. VHDL Language Lab: VHDL (VHSIC hardware description language) is a language that has been designed to describe the behavior of digital systems and electronics components (logic gates, microprocessor etc.).In this lab the programming practice and understanding of decoders,, multiplexer, binary numbers counter etc is done. It provides the opportunity to the students  to  show  their  versatility  via  programming.  The  logic  circuits  are designed  and  tested  by  using  simulation program. 

6. Audio and Video Lab: The  aim  of  Audio  and  Video  Lab  is  to  provide  the  knowledge  about  concept  of  visualization  of  various  electronics equipment. The lab provides a good practice on PCB’S, various sections of color T.V., VCD player, Camcorder’s etc. The students are provided with various equipments and kits for performing the practicals individually. 

7. Linear Integrated Circuits & Application: This lab has been installed with the objective to enhance the teaching and learning processes of Linear Integrated Circuits. The laboratory manual has been framed in such a way that it fills up the gap between in theory and practical work. This lab focuses on study of various circuits using operational amplifier and timer IC­555. 

Other Electronics and Communication Engineering Labs are:

  • Analog Communication Lab 
  • Electrical Communication Lab
  • Electronics Measurement Lab 
  • Digital Communication Lab 
  • Electronic Design Lab
  • Project Lab

Duration
4 Years

Course Outline
Opportunities exist in industries involving Wireless Communications and Signal Processing, Micro and Nano­ electronics, Lasers and Optics, Electronic Devices,Telecommunications, Nanotechnology, Robotics, Information
Systems, Power Systems, Computer Software­Hardware Integration, Control Systems and other advanced technologies.

Career OptionsOpportunities exist in the area of Automobiles, Aerospace, Power Sector, Robotics. Graduates can opt for a position in Indian Railways, NTPC, ONGC, SAIL, DRDO, ISRO, BARC and other Research and Development organizations.

Eligibility Criteria
He/She should have passed the 10+2 examination conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education or equivalent examination from a recognized board in Science stream with an overall aggregate of 45%.

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