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Electronics and communication engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering

The Electronics and Communication Engineering is one of the core engineering majors and it represents a rapidly developing field, including wireless communications, micro- and nano-electronics. The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 2009 with the intake of 60 students and rapidly growing. The intake number has been increased to 216 by 2012. In 2012, the department started M.Tech program with specialization in embedded systems with an intake of 24. The department has got various international and national certifications which enhances the rank of the department. The department has got accreditation from NAAC with ‘A’ grade in 2015 and NBA in 2016.

The department has produced more than 600 graduates till now. The main objective of this course is to provide students with very strong insight of electronics and communication areas as well as related aspects. The department has very well trained faculties with 06 Professors, 14 Associate Professors and 30 Assistant Professors. The faculties are qualified and proficient with a wide range of experience in academics and industry. The faculty members of our department have published a large number of research papers in referred journals like IEEE, Elsevier etc. 

It is one of the most significant branches of engineering which has always been in demand. The department is known for its efficacy and holds a strong reputation. Various workshops, guest lectures and FDP programs were organized by the department time to time for enhancing the knowledge and quality of students as well as the faculties. The department aims primarily at excellence not only in theoretical but also in experimental research in Embedded Systems, Signal Processing, VLSI Design, Communications, RF & Microwave, Antennas, etc.