Overview

With state-of-the-art facilities, the department Electronics & Communication Engineering offers academic programmes at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The department’s teaching-learning programme is not limited to traditional classroom teaching exercises, but also includes an exclusive online mode that takes full advantage of the internet’s resources and platforms.

Vision

To foster an environment conducive to high-quality education that prepares students to face problems in industry, research and development, and higher education.

Mission

1.To provide a high-quality education that will prepare students to be leaders in their fields.

2.To provide the best infrastructure facilities possible in order to achieve excellence in teaching, learning, and research.

3.Organize and participate in technical events to improve the student's understanding of the current technologies.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Graduates will be able to solve problems in Electronics and Communication Engineering by applying their knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering basics.

Graduates will have the fundamental engineering skills required for employment in industry, as well as higher education and research.

Graduates will gain organisational skills, entrepreneur skills, and the capacity to work as part of a team in an ethical manner.

Graduates will be able to operate well in a multicultural and multidisciplinary setting, preparing them for future corporate employment.

Graduates will be able to engage in lifelong learning in order to attain professional greatness that will have a societal and human impact.

Program Specific Outcome

Design and build electronic circuits, as well as simulate them with software tools, in order to produce electronic gadgets.

For image and signal processing systems, design and assess various signal processing components.

Analyze the influence of various networking and communication domains in real-time applications.

Integrate their professional abilities and techniques in integrated circuit design to meet industrial and societal needs.