Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Curriculum Structure – 4 Years B.Tech-ECE Program
Curriculum has been carefully designed to meet the objectives as mentioned earlier. We understand that in order to cater the demands of the market and meet the challenges of the future the curriculum is subjected to change.
- Curriculum Structure batch admitted 2018 onwards
- Curriculum Structure batch admitted 2015 onwards
- Curriculum Structure of batch admitted upto 2014
- Curriculum Structure for the Students Admitted in 2013 and earlier
The 4-year degree programme for B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) commenced in the year 2002. In tune with the vision and mission of Electronics and Communication Engineering Department, the curricula has undergone a substantial revision, which incorporates the recent trends in analog and digital electronics, information and communication technology, artificial intelligence and internet of things. The programme offers specialisation in Electronics and Communication Engineering along with courses from mathematics, physics, computer science engineering and information technology.
The salient features of the B.Tech degree program in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) are:
- Imparting technical competence
- Flexible and futuristic curricula
- Well-equipped laboratories to develop thorough subject knowledge
- Projects based learning to prepare students to take open-ended research problems
- Cutting-Edge courses in microelectronics and communications to cater to latest industry needs
The department has the following well equipped laboratories for B.Tech programme along with fully dedicated project lab:
- Communication Systems Laboratory
- Control and Instrumentation Laboratory
- Microprocessor Laboratory
- Signal Processing Laboratory
- VHDL/VLSI Laboratory
- Electronic Devices Laboratory
- Advanced Communication systems Laboratory
All the laboratories are designed with futuristic and flexible approach to support students in their experimentation, evaluation and research. The laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software tools to enable the students to perform design-oriented experiments and test their designs. Some examples are:
- Software: IC Station, FPGA advantage, MEMS Pro design system, Mentor Graphics EDA tool, MATLAB with various toolboxes, Optisystem, Synopsys EDA Tools and Labview.
- Hardware: High-End Microcontroller Boards, FPGA Boards, Vector Network Analyzer, Vector Signal Generator, Optical Fibre Kit, Microwave Benches, RF Spectrum Analyzer, DSP Starter Kits, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Arbitrary Function Generators, etc.