The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, established in the year 2001, has a present intake of 180 students and staff student ratio of 1:16. It has well experienced and dedicated faculty. The average experience of the faculty members is 15 years. Many of them possess a rich industrial experience. The faculty members execute integrated efforts to motivate students in a good academic and research ambience. Measures are also taken to groom develop students with abilities for life-long learning.
The department is strengthened with 6 Professors, 10 Associate Professors, 22 Assistant Professors and 16 Technical Staff. The department has well equipped laboratories with state-of-art infrastructure, departmental library and internet facilities. The department provides additional industrial training, live projects with hands on experience to enhance the employability of students.
An excellent academic and research environment is available for creative and The propitious environment of the Institution has enabled most of its students to pass with distinction and to maintain high pass percentage. The placements have been excellent with several reputed companies like Mentor Graphics, TCS, Mind Tree, Cognizant etc, visiting us for campus recruitments. The outstanding performances have enabled a large number of students to acquire admissions in M.S degree programmes in reputed international universities as well.
An excellent academic and research environment is available for creative and productive work both for faculty as well as students. The department has an association called "ELECTRONICA" that conducts co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Workshops, Seminars and Invited Talks for students and staff are regularly organized in the department for continuous learning and updating of knowledge. Skill development programmes and industrial visits are organized for students. To make the learning process interesting, innovative teaching methods have been adopted by the faculty. For overall development of the students, the department conducts soft skills and personality development classes. The students engage themselves in innovative projects in the lab, internship training in industries and academic projects in reputed organizations. The students regularly participate in Technical, Cultural and Sports events at intra-college and inter-college level and they have regularly bought laurels to the department.
To nurture and disseminate the body of knowledge in the field of electronics and communication engineering along with ethical values to serve the society globally.
M_{1}:To impart knowledge through teaching learning process that builds strong concepts in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
M_{2}:To inculcate technical, professional, managerial and leadership skills.
M_{3}:To nurture students to provide sustainable solutions keeping environmental considerations and ethical practices.
PEO_{1}: Graduates shall be able to employ the acquired engineering knowledge for technological development and management.
PEO_{2}: Graduates shall be able to exhibit Life-long learning acquired through specialized technical training, higher education and professional activities.
PEO_{3}: Graduates shall be able to solve engineering issues from a broader social perspective for contributing to the needs of the society.
PO_{1}:Engineering knowledge:: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO_{2}:Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO_{3}:Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO_{4}:Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO_{5}:Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO_{6}:The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO_{7}:Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO_{8}:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO_{9}:Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO_{10}:Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO_{11}:Project Management and Finance: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO_{12}:Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
PSO_{1}:Ability to analyze and design electronic components and subsystems in the areas of communication and signal processing.
PSO_{2}:Ability to design embedded systems and VLSI circuits to realize products for societal needs using relevant tools and technologies.
PSO_{3}:To inculcate managerial skills with ethical and human values for a sustainable society.
To consistently improve upon the results in academics
To establish additional laboratories to reinforce the knowledge about the respective courses
To encourage the students and faculty to engage in research activities to explore their innovative ideas
To arrange Inter-Departmental academic events for knowledge sharing
To have MOUs with a greater number of organizations.
To increase the number of publications in Web of Science and Scopus Indexed Journals.
To enhance the number of research activities related to the domain of electronics and communication in the Incubation Centres.
To motivate stake holders to acquire Intellectual Property Rights
Well ventilated classrooms and most of them are equipped with multimedia projectors.
Exclusive Seminar Hall and a Video-Capturing class.
Departmental library is available for providing quick access to reference books, textbooks, journals, digital resources like e-books, video lectures of NPTEL, and EDUSAT.
The department has licensed versions of the following software and hardware tools such as:
-Cadence Design System
-NS2 network Simulator
-ALS- FPGA-04
-SPARTAN-3 and SPARTAN-6 Trainer kits with Power supply and interface module
-Microwave Signal source Operating Frequency range 1.8GHz - 3.2 GHz
III Sem | IV Sem | ||
BMATEC301 | AV Mathematics-III for EC Engineering | BEC401 | Electromagnetics Theory |
BEC302 | Digital System Design using Verilog | BEC402 | Principles of Communication Systems |
BEC303 | Electronic Principles and Circuits | BEC403 | Control Systems |
BEC304 | Network Analysis | BECL404 | Communication Lab |
BECL305 | Analog and Digital Systems Design Lab | BEC405x | ESC/ETC/PLC |
BXX306x | ESC/ETC/PLC | BXX456x | Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Enhancement Course- IV |
BSCK307 | Social Connect and Responsibility | BBOK407 | Biology For Engineers |
BXX358x | Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Enhancement Course– III | BUHK408 | Universal human values course |
BNSK359 | National Service Scheme (NSS) | BNSK459 | National Service Scheme (NSS) |
BPEK359 | Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics) | BPEK459 | Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics) |
BYOK359 | Yoga | BYOK459 | Yoga |
Engineering Science Course (ESC/ETC/PLC) | Engineering Science Course (ESC/ETC/PLC) | ||
BEC306A | Electronic Devices | BEC405A | Microcontrollers |
BEC306B | Sensors and Instrumentation | BEC405B | Industrial Electronics |
BEC306C | Computer Organization and Architecture | BEC405C | Operating Systems |
BEC306D | Applied Numerical Methods for EC Engineers | BEC405D | Data Structures using C |
Ability Enhancement Course – III | Ability Enhancement Course / Skill Enhancement Course - IV | ||
BEC358A | LABVIEW programming | BEC456A | Microcontroller Lab |
BEC358B | MATLAB Programming | BEC456B | Programmable Logic Controllers |
BEC358C | C++ Basics | BEC456C | Octave Programming |
BEC358D | IOT for Smart Infrastructure | BEC456D | Data Structures Lab using C |
V Sem | VI Sem | ||
BEC501 | Technological Innovation and Management Entrepreneurship | BEC601 | Embedded System Design |
BEC502 | Digital Signal Processing | BEC602 | VLSI Design and Testing |
BEC503 | Digital Communication | BEC613x | Professional Elective Course |
BECL504 | Digital Communication Lab | BEC654x | Open Elective Course |
BEC515x | Professional Elective Course | BEC685 | Major Project Phase I |
BEC586 | Mini Project | BECL606 | VLSI Design and Testing Lab |
BRMK557 | Research Methodology and IPR | BEC657x | Ability Enhancement Course/Skill Development Course V |
BESK508 | Environmental Studies | BNSK658 | National Service Scheme (NSS) |
BNSK559 | National Service Scheme (NSS) | BPEK658 | Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics) |
BPEK559 | Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics) | BYOK658 | Yoga |
BYOK559 | Yoga | BIKS609 | Indian Knowledge System |
BPEK459 | Physical Education (PE) (Sports and Athletics) | Professional Elective Course | |
BYOK459 | Yoga | BEC613A | Multimedia Communication |
Professional Elective Course | BEC613B | Computer and Data Security | |
BEC515A | Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning Algorithms | BEC613C | Digital Image Processing |
BEC515B | Digital Switching and Finite Automata Theory | BEC613D | FPGA System Design using Verilog |
BEC515C | Data Structure using C++ | Open Elective Course | |
BEC515D | Satellite and Optical Communication | BEC654A | Digital System Design using Verilog |
BEC654B | Consumer Electronics | ||
BEC654C | Electronic Communication Systems | ||
BEC654D | Basic VLSI Design | ||
Ability Enhancement Course / Skill Enhancement Course-V | |||
BEC657A | FPGA System Design using Verilog LAB | ||
BEC657B | System Modelling using Simulink | ||
BEC657C | IOT Lab | ||
BEC657D | Python Programming for Machine Learning Applications | ||
VII Sem | VIII Sem | ||
BEC701 | Microwave Engineering and Antenna Theory | BEC801x | Professional Elective (Online Courses) |
BEC702 | Computer Networks and Protocols | BEC802x | Open Elective (Online Courses) |
BEC703 | Wireless Communication Systems | BEC803 | Internship (Industry/Research) (14 - 20 weeks) |
BEC714x | Professional Elective Course | Professional Elective Course (Online courses) | |
BEC755x | Open Elective Course | BEC801A | BOS Recommended Course |
BEC786 | Major Project Phase-II | BEC801B | BOS Recommended Course |
Professional Elective Course | BEC801C | BOS Recommended Course | |
BEC714A | Application Specific Integrated Circuit | BEC801D | BOS Recommended Course |
BEC714B | Cyber Security | Open Elective Courses (Online Courses) | |
BEC714C | Automative Electronics | BEC802A | BOS Recommended Course |
BEC714D | Radar Communication | BEC802B | BOS Recommended Course |
Open Elective Course | BEC802C | BOS Recommended Course | |
BEC755A | E-waste Management | BEC802D | BOS Recommended Course |
BEC755B | Automative Electronics | ||
BEC755C | Embedded System Applications | ||
BEC755D | Sensors and Actuators |
III SEMESTER | IV SEMESTER | ||
BSC 21MAT31 | Mathematics Course (Common to all) | BSC 21EC41 | Maths for Communication Engineers |
IPCC 21EC32 | Digital System Design using Verilog | IPCC 21EC42 | Digital Signal Processing |
IPCC 21EC33 | Basic Signal Processing | IPCC 21EC43 | Circuits & Controls |
PCC 21EC34 | Analog Electronic Circuits | PCC 21EC44 | Communication Theory |
PCC 21EC35 | Analog and Digital Electronics Lab | AEC 21BE45 | Biology For Engineers |
UHV 21EC36 | Social Connect and Responsibility | PCC 21ECL46 | Communication Laboratory I |
HSMC 21KSK37/47 | Samskrutika Kannada | HSMC 21KSK37/47 | Samskrutika Kannada |
HSMC 21KBK37/47 | Balake Kannada | HSMC 21KBK37/47 | Balake Kannada |
OR | OR | ||
HSMC 21CIP37/47 | Constitution of India and Professional Ethics | HSMC 21CIP37/47 | Constitution of India & Professional Ethics |
AEC 21EC38X | Ability Enhancement Course - III | AEC 21EC48X | Ability Enhancement Course- IV |
Ability Enhancement Course - III | UHV 21UH49 | Universal Human Values | |
21EC381 | LD (Logic Design) Lab using Pspice / MultiSIM | INT 21INT49 | Inter/Intra Institutional Internship |
21EC382 | AEC (Analog Electronic Circuits) Lab | Ability Enhancement Course - IV | |
21EC383 | LIC (Linear Integrated Circuits) Lab using Pspice / MultiSIM | 21EC481 | Embedded C Basics |
21EC384 | LabVIEW Programming Basics | 21EC482 | C++ Basics |
21EC483 | Octave / Scilab for Signals | ||
21EC484 | DAQ using LabVIEW |
V SEMESTER | VI SEMESTER | ||
BSC 21EC51 | Digital Communication | HSMC 21EC61 | Technological Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship |
IPCC 21EC52 | Computer Organization & ARM Microcontroller | IPCC 21EC62 | Microwave Theory & Antennas |
PCC 21EC53 | Computer Communication Networks | PCC 21EC63 | VLSI Design & Testing |
PCC 21EC54 | Electromagnetics Wavess | PEC 21EC64x | Professional Elective Course-I |
PCC 21ECL55 | Communication Lab II | OEC 21EC65x | Open Elective Course-I |
AEC 21EC56 | Research Methodology & Intellectual Property Rights | PCC 21ECL66 | VLSI Laboratory |
HSMC 21CIV57 | Environmental Studies | MP 21ECMP67 | Mini Project |
AEC 21EC58X | Ability Enhancement Course-V | INT 21INT68 | Innovation/Entrepreneurship /Societal Internship |
Ability Enhancement Course - V | Professional Elective – I | ||
21EC581 | IoT (Internet of Things) Lab | 21EC641 | Artificial Neural Networks (L:T:P :: 2:2:0) |
21EC582 | Communication Simulink Toolbox | 21EC642 | Cryptography (L:T:P :: 2:2:0) |
21EC583 | Java Programming | 21EC643 | Python Programming (L:T:P :: 2:0:2) |
21EC584 | Data Structures Using C++ | 21EC644 | Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
Open Electives – I offered by the Department to other Department students | |||
21EC651 | Communication Engineering (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) | ||
21EC652 | Microcontrollers (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) | ||
21EC653 | Basic VLSI Design (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) | ||
21EC654 | Electronic Circuits with Verilog (L:T:P :: 2:0:2) | ||
21EC655 | Sensors & Actuators (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
VII SEMESTER | |
PCC 21EC71 | Advanced VLSI |
PCC 21EC72 | Optical & Wireless Communication |
PEC 21EC73X | Professional elective Course-II |
PEC 21EC74X | Professional elective Course-III |
OEC 21EC75X | Open elective Course-II |
Project 21EC76 | Project work |
Professional Elective - II | |
21EC731 | Advanced Design Tools for VLSI (L:T:P :: 2:0:2) |
21EC732 | Digital Image Processing (L:T:P :: 2:0:2) |
21EC733 | DSP Algorithms & Architecture (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
21EC734 | Biomedical Signal Processing (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
21EC735 | Speech Signal Processing (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
Open Electives - II offered by the Department to other Department students | |
21EC751 | Optical & Satellite Communication (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
21EC752 | ARM Embedded Systems (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
21EC753 | Basic Digital Image Processing (L:T:P :: 2:0:2) |
21EC754 | Basic Digital Signal Processing (L:T:P :: 2:0:2) |
21EC755 | E-waste Management (L:T:P :: 3:0:0) |
III SEMESTER | IV SEMESTER | V SEMESTER | |||
18MAT31 | Transform Calculus, Fourier Series and Numerical Techniques | 18MAT41 | Complex Analysis, Probability and Statistical Methods | 18ES51 | Technological logical Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship |
18EC32 | Network Theory | 18EC42 | Analog Circuits | 18EC52 | Digital Signal Processing |
18EC33 | Electronic Devices | 18EC43 | Control Systems | 18EC53 | Principles of Communication Systems |
18EC34 | Digital System Design | 18EC44 | Engineering Statistics & Linear Algebra | 18EC54 | Information Theory and Coding |
18EC35 | Computer Organization & Architecture | 18EC45 | Signals & Systems | 18EC55 | Electromagnetic Waves |
18EC36 | Power Electronics and Instrumentation | 18EC46 | Microcontroller | 18EC56 | Verilog HDL |
18ECL37 | Electronic Devices & Instrumentation Laboratory | 18ECL47 | Microcontroller Laboratory | 18ECL57 | Digital Signal Processing Laboratory |
18ECL38 | Digital System Design Laboratory | 18ECL48 | Analog Circuits Laboratory | 18ECL58 | HDL Laboratory |
18KVK39/49 | Vyavaharika Kannada(Kannada for Communication) | 18KVK39/49 | Vyavaharika Kannada(Kannada for Communication) | 18CIV59 | Environmental Studies |
18KAK39/49 | Aadalitha Kannada(Kannada for Administration) | 18KAK39/49 | Aadalitha Kannada(Kannada for Administration) | ||
18CPC39/49 | Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law | 18CPC39/49 | Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law |
VI SEMESTER | VII SEMESTER | VIII SEMESTER | |||
18EC61 | Digital Communication | 18EC71 | Computers Networks | 18EC81 | Wireless & Cellular Communication |
18EC62 | Embedded Systems | 18EC72 | VLSI Design | 18XX82X | Professional Elective – 4 |
18EC63 | Microwave and Antennas | 18XX73X | Professional Elective 2 | 18ECP83 | Project Work Phase -2 |
18XX64X | Professional Elective – 1 | 18XX74X | Professional Elective 3 | 18ECS84 | Technical Seminar |
18XX65X | Open Elective -A | 18XX75X | Open Elective -B | 18EC185 | Internship |
18ECL66 | Embedded Systems Laboratory | 18ECL76 | Computers Networks Lab | Professional Elective - 4 | |
18ECL67 | Communication Laboratory | 18ECL77 | VLSI Laboratory | 18EC821 | Network Security |
18ECMP68 | Mini-project | 18ECP78 | Project work Phase-1 | 18EC822 | Micro Electro Mechanical Systems |
Intenship | Intenship | 18EC823 | Radar Engineering | ||
Professional Elective Course | Professional Elective 2 | 18EC824 | Optical Communication Networks | ||
18EC641 | Operating Systems | 18EC731 | Real Time Systems | 18EC825 | Biomedical Signal Processing |
18EC642 | Artifical Neural Networks | 18EC732 | Satellite Communication | ||
18EC643 | Data Structures using C++ | 18EC733 | Digital Image Processing | ||
18EC644 | Digital Systems Design Using Verilog | 18EC734 | DSP Algorithms & Architecture | ||
18EC645 | Nanoelectronics | Professional Elective 3 | |||
18EC646 | Python Applications Programming | 18EC741 | IOT & Wireless Sensor Networks | ||
OPEN ELECTIVE GROUP-B | 18EC742 | Automotive Electronics | |||
18EC651 | Signal Processing | 18EC743 | Multimedia Communication | ||
18EC652 | Sensors & Signal Conditioning | 18EC744 | Cryptography | ||
18EC653 | Virtual Instrumentation | 18EC745 | Machine Learning with Python | ||
18EC654 | Microcontrollers | OPEN ELECTIVE -B | |||
18EC655 | Basic VLSI Design | 18EC751 | Communication Theory | ||
18EC752 | Neural Networks | ||||
18EC753 | Arm Embedded Systems | ||||
18EC754 | Digital Systems Design Using VHDL |
VII SEMESTER | |
18EC71 | Computers Networks |
18EC72 | VLSI Design |
18XX73X | Professional Elective 2 |
18XX74X | Professional Elective 3 |
18XX75X | Open Elective -B |
18ECL76 | Computers Networks Lab |
18ECL77 | VLSI Laboratory |
18ECP78 | Project work Phase-1 |
Professional Elective 2 | |
18EC731 | Real Time Systems |
18EC732 | Satellite Communication |
18EC733 | Digital Image Processing |
18EC734 | DSP Algorithms & Architecture |
Professional Elective 3 | |
18EC741 | IOT & Wireless Sensor Networks |
18EC742 | Automotive Electronics |
18EC743 | Multimedia Communication |
18EC744 | Cryptography |
18EC745 | Machine Learning with Python |
OPEN ELECTIVE -B | |
18EC751 | Communication Theory |
18EC752 | Neural Networks |
18EC753 | Arm Embedded Systems |
18EC754 | Digital Systems Design Using VHDL |
VIII SEMESTER | |
18EC81 | Wireless & Cellular Communication |
18XX82X | Professional Elective – 4 |
18ECP83 | Project Work Phase -2 |
18ECS84 | Technical Seminar |
18EC185 | Internship |
Professional Elective - 4 | |
18EC821 | Network Security |
18EC822 | Micro Electro Mechanical Systems |
18EC823 | Radar Engineering |
18EC824 | Optical Communication Networks |
18EC825 | Biomedical Signal Processing |
3rd Semester | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | AV Mathematics-III for EC Engineering | BMATEC301 | 22C201 | C201.1 | Demonstrate the Fourier series to study the behavior of periodic functions and their applications in system communications, digital signal processing, and field theory. |
C201.2 | To use Fourier transforms to analyze problems involving continuous-time signals | ||||
C201.3 | To apply Z-Transform techniques to solve difference equations | ||||
C201.4 | Understand that physical systems can be described by differential equations and solve such equations | ||||
C201.5 | Make use of correlation and regression analysis to fit a suitable mathematical model for statistical data | ||||
2 | Digital System Design using Verilog | BEC302 | 22C202 | C202.1 | Simplify Boolean functions using K-map and Quine-McCluskey minimization technique. |
C202.2 | Analyze and design for combinational logic circuits. | ||||
C202.3 | Analyze the concepts of Flip Flops(SR, D,T and JK) and to design the synchronous sequential circuits using Flip Flops. | ||||
C202.4 | Model Combinational circuits (adders, subtractors, multiplexers) and sequential circuits using Verilog descriptions. | ||||
3 | Electronics Principles and Circuits | BEC303 | 22C203 | C203.1 | Understand the characteristics of BJTs and FETs for switching and amplifier circuits. |
C203.2 | Design and analyze amplifiers and oscillators with different circuit configurations and biasing conditions | ||||
C203.3 | Understand the feedback topologies and approximations in the design of amplifiers and oscillators. | ||||
C203.4 | Design of circuits using linear ICs for wide range applications such as ADC, DAC, filters and timers | ||||
C203.5 | Understand the power electronic device components and its functions for basic power electronic circuits. | ||||
4 | Network Analysis | BEC304 | 22C204 | C204.1 | Determine currents and voltages using source transformation/ source shifting/ mesh/ nodal analysis and reduce given network using star- delta transformation. |
C204.2 | Solve problems by applying Network Theorems and electrical laws to reduce circuit complexities and to arrive at feasible solutions. | ||||
C204.3 | Analyse the circuit parameters during switching transients and apply Laplace transform to solve the given network | ||||
C204.4 | . Evaluate the frequency response for resonant circuits and the network parameters for two port networks | ||||
5 | Computer Organization and Architecture | BEC306C | 22C206 | C206.1 | Explain the basic organization of a computer system |
C206.2 | Describe the addressing modes, instruction formats and program control statement. | ||||
C206.3 | Explain different ways of accessing an input/ output device including interrupts. | ||||
C206.4 | . Illustrate the organization of different types of semiconductor and other secondary storage memories. | ||||
C206.5 | Illustrate simple processor organization based on hard wired control and microprogrammed control. | ||||
6 | Analog and Digital Systems Design Lab | BECL305 | 22C205 | C205.1 | Design and analyze the BJT/FET amplifier and oscillator circuits |
C205.2 | Design and test Opamp circuits to realize the mathematical computations, DAC and precision rectifiers. | ||||
C205.3 | Design and test the combinational logic circuits for the given specifications. | ||||
C205.4 | Test the sequential logic circuits for the given functionality. | ||||
C205.5 | Demonstrate the basic circuit experiments using 555 timer. | ||||
7 | C++ Basics | BEC358C | 22C208 | C208.1 | . Write C++ program to solve simple and complex problems |
C208.2 | Apply and implement major object-oriented concepts like message passing, function overloading, operator overloading and inheritance to solve real-world problems | ||||
C208.3 | Use major C++ features such as Templates for data type independent designs and File I/O to deal with large data set. | ||||
C208.4 | Analyze, design and develop solutions to real-world problems applying OOP concepts of C++ | ||||
8 | Social Connect and Responsibility | BSCK307 | 22C207 | C207.1 | Communicate and connect to the surrounding |
C207.2 | Create a responsible connection with the society. | ||||
C207.3 | Involve in the community in general in which they work. | ||||
C207.4 | Notice the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem –solving. | ||||
C207.5 | Develop among themselves a sense of social & civic responsibility & utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems. | ||||
C207.6 | Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities & gain skills in mobilizing community participation to acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes |
4th Sem | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Electromagnetics Theory | BEC401 | 22C211 | C211.1 | Evaluate problems on electrostatic force, electric field due to point, linear, volume charges by applying conventional methods and charge in a volume. |
C211.2 | Apply Gauss law to evaluate Electric fields due to different charge distributions and Volume Charge distribution by using Divergence Theorem. | ||||
C211.3 | Determine potential and energy with respect to point charge and capacitance using Laplace equation and Apply Biot-Savart’s and Ampere’s laws for evaluating Magnetic field for different current configurations | ||||
C211.4 | Calculate magnetic force, potential energy and Magnetization with respect to magnetic materials and voltage induced in electric circuits. | ||||
C211.5 | Apply Maxwell’s equations for time varying fields, EM waves in free space and conductors and Evaluate power associated with EM waves using Poynting theorem | ||||
2 | Principles of Communication Systems | BEC402 | 22C212 | C212.1 | Understand the principles of analog communication systems and noise modelling |
C212.2 | Identify the schemes for analog modulation and demodulation and compare their performance. | ||||
C212.3 | . Design of PCM systems through the processes sampling, quantization and encoding. | ||||
C212.4 | Describe the ideal condition, practical considerations of the signal representation for baseband transmission of digital signals. | ||||
C212.5 | Identify and associate the random variables and random process in Communication system design. | ||||
3 | Control Systems | BEC403 | 22C213 | C213.1 | Deduce transfer function of a given physical system, from differential equation representation or Block Diagram representation and SFG representation. |
C213.2 | Calculate time response specifications and analyse the stability of the system. | ||||
C213.3 | Draw and analyse the effect of gain on system behaviour using root loci. | ||||
C213.4 | Perform frequency response Analysis and find the stability of the system. | ||||
C213.5 | Represent State model of the system and find the time response of the system. | ||||
4 | Communication Lab | BECL404 | 22C214 | C214.1 | Illustrate the AM generation and detection using suitable electronic circuits. |
C214.2 | Design of FM circuits for modulation, demodulation and noise suppression. | ||||
C214.3 | Design and test the sampling, Multiplexing and pulse modulation techniques using electronic hardware. | ||||
C214.4 | Design and Demonstrate the electronic circuits used for RF transmitters and receivers. | ||||
5 | Microcontrollers | BEC405A | 22C215 | C215.1 | Describe the difference between Microprocessor and Microcontroller, Types of Processor Architectures and Architecture of 8051Microcontroller. |
C215.2 | Discuss the types of 8051 Microcontroller Addressing modes & Instructions with Assembly Language Programs. | ||||
C215.3 | Explain the programming operation of Timers/Counters and Serial port of 8051 Microcontroller | ||||
C215.4 | Illustrate the Interrupt Structure of 8051 Microcontroller & its programming | ||||
C215.5 | Develop C programs to interface I/O devices with 8051 Microcontroller. | ||||
6 | Microcontroller Lab | BEC456A | 22C216 | C216.1 | Write a Assembly Language/Cprogramsin8051forsolvingsimpleproblemsthatmanipulateinputdatausingdifferentinstructi ons. |
C216.2 | Develop Testing and experimental procedures on 8051 Microcontroller, Analyze their operation under different cases. | ||||
C216.3 | Developprogramsfor8051Microcontrollertoimplementreal worldproblems. | ||||
C216.4 | DevelopMicrocontrollerapplicationsusingexternalhardwareinterface. | ||||
7 | Biology for Engineers | BBOK407 | 22C217 | C217.1 | Elucidate the basic biological concepts via relevant industrial applications and case studies. |
C217.2 | Evaluate the principles of design and development, for exploring novel bioengineering projects. | ||||
C217.3 | Corroborate the concepts of biomimetics for specific requirements. | ||||
C217.4 | Think critically towards exploring innovative biobased solutions for socially relevant problems. | ||||
8 | Universal Human Values Course | BUHK408 | 22C218 | C218.1 | They would become more responsible in life, and in handling problems with sustainable solutions, while keeping human relationships and human nature in mind. |
C218.2 | They would have better critical ability. | ||||
C218.3 | They would also become sensitive to their commitment towards what they have understood (human values, human relationship and human society). | ||||
C218.4 | It is hoped that they would be able to apply what they have learnt to their own self in different day-to-day settings in real life, at least a beginning would be made in this direction. |
5th Sem | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Technological Innovation and Management Entrepreneurship | BEC501 | 22C301 | C301.1 | Understand the fundamental concepts of Management and Entrepreneurship and opportunities in order to setup a business. |
C301.2 | Describe the functions of Managers, Entrepreneurs and their social responsibilities. | ||||
C301.3 | Understand the components in developing a business plan, along with the integration of CSR-Corporate Social Responsibility. | ||||
C301.4 | Describe the importance of small scale industries in economic development and institutional support to start a small scale industry and understand the concepts of Creativity and Innovation and Identification of Business Opportunities. | ||||
C301.5 | Awareness about various sources of funding and institutions supporting entrepreneurs | ||||
2 | Digital Signal Processing | BEC502 | 22C302 | C302.1 | Analyse the different types of signals and systems used in digital signal processing |
C302.2 | Compute the response of an LTI system using time and frequency domain techniques. | ||||
C302.3 | Develop algorithms for the efficient computations of DFT and IDFT. | ||||
C302.4 | Design of digital FIR filters for the given specifications using different window methods. | ||||
C302.5 | Design of digital IIR digital filters using bilinear transformation method. | ||||
3 | DIGITAL COMMUNICATION | BEC503 | 22C303 | CC303.1 | Apply the concept of signal conversion to vectors in communication transmission and receiption. |
CC303.2 | Perform the mathematical analysis of digital communication systems for different modulation techniques. | ||||
CC303.3 | Apply the Source coding and Channel coding principles for the discrete memoryless channels. | ||||
CC303.4 | Compute the codewords for the error correction and detection of a digital data using Linear Block Code, Cyclic Codes and Convolution Codes. | ||||
CC303.5 | Design encoding and decoding circuits for Linear Block Code, Cyclic Codes and Convolution Codes. | ||||
4 | Satellite and Optical Communication | BEC515D | 22C305 | C305.1 | Describe the satellite orbits and its trajectories with the definitions of parameters associated with it. |
C305.2 | Describe the Electronic hardware systems associated with the satellite subsystem and earth station. | ||||
C305.3 | Describe the communication satellite with the focus on national satellite system. | ||||
C305.4 | Classification and characterization of optical fibers with different modes of signal propagation | ||||
C305.5 | Describe the constructional features and the characteristics of optical fiber and optical devices used for signal transmission and reception. | ||||
5 | Digital Communication Lab | BECL504 | 22C304 | C304.1 | Design the basic digital modulation and demodulation circuits for different engineering applications. |
C304.2 | Design of optimum communication receivers for AWGN channels. |
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C304.3 | Illustration of different digital modulations using the signals and its equivalent vector representations | ||||
C304.4 | Implement the source coding and channel coding procedures using suitable software. | ||||
6 | RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & IPR | BRMK557 | 22C307 | C307.1 | To know the meaning of engineering research. |
C307.2 | To know the procedure of the literature Review and Technical Reading | ||||
C307.3 | To understand the fundamentals of the patent laws and drafting procedure | ||||
C307.4 | Understanding the copyright laws and subject matters of copyrights and designs | ||||
C307.5 | Under standing the basic principles of design rights | ||||
7 | Environmental Studies | BESK508 | 22C308 | C308.1 | Understand the principles of ecology and environmental issues that apply to air, land,and water issues on a global scale, |
C308.2 | Develop critical thinking and/or observation skills, and apply them to the analysis of a problem or question related to the environment as legislation. | ||||
C308.3 | Apply their ecological knowledge to illustrate and grasp the problem and describe the realities that managers face when dealing with complex issues. |
3rd SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Transform, Calculus, Fourier Series & Numerical Techniques | 21MAT31 | 21C201 | C201.1 | To solve ordinary differential equations using Laplace transform. |
C201.2 | Demonstrate the Fourier series to study the behaviour of periodic functions and their applications in system communications, digital signal processing and field theory. | ||||
C201.3 | To use Fourier transforms to analyze problems involving continuous-time signals and to apply ZTransform techniques to solve difference equations | ||||
C201.4 | To solve mathematical models represented by initial or boundary value problems involving partial differential equations | ||||
C201.5 | Determine the extremals of functionals using calculus of variations and solve problems arising in dynamics of rigid bodies and vibrational analysis. | ||||
2 | Digital System Design using Verilog | 21EC32 | 21C202 | C202.1 | Simplify Boolean functions using K-map and Quine-McCluskey minimization technique. |
C202.2 | Analyze and design for combinational logic circuits. | ||||
C202.3 | Analyze the concepts of Flip Flops (SR, D, T and JK) and to design the synchronous sequential circuits using Flip Flops. | ||||
C202.4 | Model Combinational circuits (adders, subtractors, multiplexers) and sequential circuits using Verilog descriptions. | ||||
3 | Basic Signal Processing | 21EC33 | 21C203 | C203.1 | Understand the basics of Linear Algebra |
C203.2 | Analyse different types of signals and systems | ||||
C203.3 | Analyse the properties of discrete-time signals & systems | ||||
C203.4 | Analyse discrete time signals & systems using Z transforms | ||||
4 | Analog Electronic Circuits | 21EC34 | 21C204 | C204.1 | Understand the characteristics of BJTs and FETs for switching and amplifier circuits. |
C204.2 | Design and analyze FET amplifiers and oscillatorswith different circuit configurations and biasing conditions. | ||||
C204.3 | Understand the feedback topologies and approximations in the design of amplifiers and oscillators. | ||||
C204.4 | Design of circuits using linear ICs for wide range applications such as ADC, DAC, filters and timers. | ||||
C204.5 | Understand the power electronic device components and its functions for basic power electronic circuits. | ||||
5 | Analog and Digital Electronics Lab | 21ECL35 | 21C205 | C205.1 | Design and analyze the BJT/FET amplifier and oscillator circuits. |
C205.2 | Design and test Opamp circuits to realize the mathematical computations, DAC and precision rectifiers. | ||||
C205.3 | Design and test the combinational logic circuits for the given specifications. | ||||
C205.4 | Test the sequential logic circuits for the given functionality | ||||
C205.5 | Demonstrate the basic electronic circuit experiments using SCR and 555 timer. | ||||
6 | Social Connect and Responsibility | 21UH36 | 21C206 | C206.1 | Understand social responsibility |
C206.2 | Practice sustainability and creativity | ||||
C206.3 | Showcase planning and organizational skills | ||||
7 | Samskrutika Kannada | 21KSK37/47 | 21C207 | ||
8 | Balake Kannada | 21KBK37/47 | 21C208 | C208.1 | To understand the necessity of learning of local language for comfortable life. |
C208.2 | To speak, read and write Kannada language as per requirement. | ||||
C208.3 | To communicate (converse) in Kannada language in their daily life with kannada speakers | ||||
C208.4 | To Listen and understand the Kannada language properly. | ||||
C208.5 | To speak in polite conservation. | ||||
9 | Constitution of India and Professional Ethics |
21CIP37/47 | 21C209 | C209.1 | Analyse the basic structure of Indian Constitution |
C209.2 | Remember their Fundamental Rights, DPSP’s and Fundamental Duties (FD’s) of our constitution. | ||||
C209.3 | know about our Union Government, political structure & codes, procedures. | ||||
C209.4 | Understand our State Executive & Elections system of India. | ||||
C209.5 | Remember the Amendments and Emergency Provisions, other important provisions given by the constitution | ||||
10 | LD (Logic Design) Lab using Pspice / MultiSIM | 21EC381 | 21C2010 | C2010.1 | Demonstrate the truth table of various expressions and combinational circuits using logic gates. |
C2010.2 | Design various combinational circuits such as adders, subtractors, comparators, multiplexers and code converters. | ||||
C2010.3 | Construct flips-flops, counters and shift registers. | ||||
C2010.4 | Design and implement synchronous counters. |
4th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Maths for Communication Engineers | 21EC41 | 21C211 | C211.1 | Recall the basic laws and definitions (with mathematical representations) in Electric and Magnetic fields. |
C211.2 | Apply the basic laws of Electric and Magnetic fields to arrive at Divergence Theorem, Current continuity Equation, Curl, Stokes’ theorem. | ||||
C211.3 | Apply Electric and Magnetic field concepts to arrive at Maxwell’s equations, Electromagnetic wave equations and Poynting’s theorem (Important concepts related to Communication link). | ||||
C211.4 | Recall the definitions related to Random variables and Random Processes. | ||||
C211.5 | Model the Random events in the Communication set-up and determine useful statistical parameters. | ||||
2 | Digital Signal Processing | 21EC42 | 21C212 | C212.1 | Determine response of LTI systems using time domain and DFT techniques |
C212.2 | Compute DFT of real and complex discrete time signals | ||||
C212.3 | Compute DFT using FFT algorithms | ||||
C212.4 | Design FIR and IIR Digital Filters | ||||
C212.5 | Design of Digital Filters using DSP processor | ||||
3 | Circuits & Controls | 21EC43 | 21C213 | C213.1 | Analyse and solve Electric circuit, by applying, loop analysis, Nodal analysis and by applying network Theorems. |
C213.2 | Evaluate two port parameters of a network and Apply Laplace transforms to solve electric networks. | ||||
C213.3 | Deduce transfer function of a given physical system, from differential equation representation or Block Diagram representation and SFG representation. | ||||
C213.4 | Calculate time response specifications and analyse the stability of the system. | ||||
C213.5 | Draw and analyse the effect of gain on system behaviour using root loci. | ||||
C213.6 | Perform frequency response Analysis and find the stability of the system. | ||||
C213.7 | Represent State model of the system and find the time response of the system. | ||||
4 | Communication Theory | 21EC44 | 21C214 | C214.1 | Understand the amplitude and frequency modulation techniques and perform time and frequency domain transformations. |
C214.2 | Identify the schemes for amplitude and frequency modulation and demodulation of analog signals and compare the performance. | ||||
C214.3 | Characterize the influence of channel noise on analog modulated signals. | ||||
C214.4 | Understand the characteristics of pulse amplitude modulation, pulse position modulation and pulse code modulation systems. | ||||
C214.5 | Illustration of digital formatting representations used for Multiplexers, Vocoders and Video transmission. | ||||
5 | Biology For Engineers | 21BE45 | 21C215 | C215.1 | Elucidate the basic biological concepts via relevant industrial applications and case studies |
C215.2 | Evaluate the principles of design and development, for exploring novel bioengineering projects. | ||||
C215.3 | Corroborate the concepts of biomimetics for specific requirements | ||||
C215.4 | Think critically towards exploring innovative biobased solutions for socially relevant problems. | ||||
6 | Communication Laboratory I | 21ECL46 | 21C216 | C216.1 | Demonstrate the AM and FM modulation and demodulation by representing the signals in time and frequency domain. |
C216.2 | Design and test the sampling, Multiplexing and PAM with relevant circuits | ||||
C216.3 | Demonstrate the basic circuitry and operations used in AM and FM receivers. | ||||
C216.4 | Illustrate the operation of PCM and delta modulations for different input conditions. | ||||
7 | Samskrutika Kannada | 21KSK37/47 | 21C217 | ||
8 | Balake Kannada | 21KBK37/47 | 21C218 | C218.1 | Understand social responsibility |
C218.2 | Practice sustainability and creativity | ||||
C218.3 | Showcase planning and organizational skills | ||||
9 | Constitution of India and Professional Ethics |
21CIP37/47 | 21C219 | C219.1 | Analyse the basic structure of Indian Constitution |
C219.2 | Remember their Fundamental Rights, DPSP’s and Fundamental Duties (FD’s) of our constitution. | ||||
C219.3 | know about our Union Government, political structure & codes, procedures. | ||||
C219.4 | Understand our State Executive & Elections system of India. | ||||
C219.5 | Remember the Amendments and Emergency Provisions, other important provisions given by the constitution | ||||
10 | C++ Basics | 21EC482 | 21C218 | C218.1 | Write C++ program to solve simple and complex problems |
C218.2 | Apply and implement major object-oriented concepts like message passing, function overloading, operator overloading and inheritance to solve real-world problems. | ||||
C218.3 | Use major C++ features such as Templates for data type independent designs and File I/O to deal with large data set. | ||||
C218.4 | Analyze, design and develop solutions to real-world problems applying OOP concepts of C++ | ||||
11 | Universal Human Values Professional Ethics |
21UH49 | 21C219 | C219.1 | Holistic vision of life |
C219.2 | Socially responsible behaviour | ||||
C219.3 | Environmentally responsible work | ||||
C219.4 | Ethical human conduct | ||||
C219.5 | Having Competence and Capabilities for Maintaining Health and Hygiene | ||||
C219.6 | Appreciation and aspiration for excellence (merit) and gratitude for all |
5th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Digital Communication | 21EC51 | 21C301 | C301.1 | Analyze different digital modulation techniques and choose the appropriate modulation technique for the given specifications. |
C301.2 | Test and validate symbol processing and performance parameters at the receiver under ideal and corrupted bandlimited channels. | ||||
C301.3 | Differentiate various spread spectrum schemes and compute the performance parameters of communication system. | ||||
C301.4 | Apply the fundamentals of information theory and perform source coding for given message | ||||
C301.5 | Apply different encoding and decoding techniques with error Detection and Correction | ||||
2 | Computer Organization & ARM Microcontrollers | 21EC52 | 21C302 | C302.1 | Explain the basic organization of a computer system |
C302.2 | Demonstrate functioning of different sub systems, such as processor, Input/output, and memory | ||||
C302.3 | Describe the architectural features and instructions of 32-bit microcontroller ARM Cortex M3. | ||||
C302.4 | Apply the knowledge gained for Programming ARM Cortex M3 for different applications. | ||||
3 | Computer Communiction Networks | 21EC53 | 21C303 | C303.1 | Understand the concepts of networking thoroughly. |
C303.2 | Identify the protocols and services of different layers. | ||||
C303.3 | Distinguish the basic network configurations and standards associated with each network. | ||||
C303.4 | Discuss and analyse the various applications that can be implemented on networks. | ||||
4 | Electronics Magnnetic Waves | 21EC54 | 21C304 | C304.1 | Evaluate problems on electrostatic force, electric field due to point, linear, volume charges by applying conventional methods and charge in a volume. |
C304.2 | Apply Gauss law to evaluate Electric fields due to different charge distributions and Volume Charge distribution by using Divergence Theorem. | ||||
C304.3 | Determine potential and energy with respect to point charge and capacitance using Laplace equation and Apply Biot-Savart’s and Ampere’s laws for evaluating Magnetic field for different current configurations | ||||
C304.4 | Calculate magnetic force, potential energy and Magnetization with respect to magnetic materials and voltage induced in electric circuits. | ||||
C304.5 | Apply Maxwell’s equations for time varying fields, EM waves in free space and conductors and Evaluate power associated with EM waves using Poynting theorem | ||||
5 | Communication Lab II | 21ECL55 | 21C305 | C305.1 | Design and test the digital modulation circuits and display the waveforms. |
C305.2 | To Implement the source coding algorithm using C/C++/ MATLAB code. | ||||
C305.3 | To Implement the Error Control coding algorithms using C/C++/ MATLAB code. | ||||
C305.4 | Illustrate the operations of networking concepts and protocols using C programming and network simulators. | ||||
6 | Research Methodology & Inntectual Property Rights | 21EC56 | 21C306 | C306.1 | To know the meaning of engineering research. |
C306.2 | T o k n o w t h e p r o c e d u r e of Literature Review and Technical Reading. | ||||
C306.3 | To know the fundamentals of patent laws and drafting procedure. | ||||
C306.4 | Understanding the copyright laws and subject matters of copyrights and designs | ||||
C306.5 | Understanding the basic principles of design rights. | ||||
7 | Environmental Studies | 21CIV57 | 21C307 | C307.1 | Understand the principles of ecology and environmental issues that apply to air, land, and water issues on a global scale. |
C307.2 | Develop critical thinking and/or observation skills, and apply them to the analysis of a problem or question related to the environment. | ||||
C307.3 | Demonstrate ecology knowledge of a complex relationship between biotic and a biotic components. | ||||
C307.4 | Apply their ecological knowledge to illustrate and graph a problem and describe the realities that managers face when dealing with complex issues. | ||||
8 | IOT lab | 21EC581 | 21C308 | C308.1 | Understand internet of Things and its hardware and software components |
C308.2 | Interface I/O devices, sensors & communication modules | ||||
C308.3 | Remotely monitor data and control devices | ||||
C308.4 | Develop real life IoT based projects |
6th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Technological Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship | 21EC61 | 21C311 | C311.1 | Understand the fundamental concepts of Management and its functions. |
C311.2 | Understand the different functions to be performed by managers/Entrepreneur. | ||||
C311.3 | Understand the social responsibilities of a Business. | ||||
C311.4 | Understand the Concepts of Entrepreneurship and to identify Business opportunities | ||||
C311.5 | Understand the components in developing a business plan and awareness about various sources of funding and Institutions supporting Entrepreneur. | ||||
2 | Microwave Theory & Antenna | 21EC62 | 21C312 | C312.1 | Describe the use and advantages of microwave transmission |
C312.2 | Analyze various parameters related to transmission lines. | ||||
C312.3 | Identify microwave devices for several applications. | ||||
C312.4 | Analyze various antenna parameters and their significance in building the RF system. | ||||
C312.5 | Identify various antenna configurations for suitable applications. | ||||
3 | VLSI Design & Testing | 21EC63 | 21C313 | C313.1 | Demonstrate understanding of MOS transistor theory, CMOS fabrication flow and technology scaling. |
C313.2 | Draw the basic gates using the stick and layout diagram with the knowledge of physical design aspects. | ||||
C313.3 | Interpret memory elements along with timing considerations. | ||||
C313.4 | Interpret testing and testability issues in combinational logic design. | ||||
C313.5 | Interpret testing and testability issues in combinational logic design. | ||||
4 | Python Programming | 21EC643 | 21C314 | C314.1 | To acquire programming skills in Python |
C314.2 | To demonstrate data structure representation using Python | ||||
C314.3 | To develop the skill of pattern matching and files in Python | ||||
C314.4 | To acquire Object Oriented Skills in Python | ||||
C314.5 | To develop the ability to write database applications in Python | ||||
5 | Introduction to Cyber Security | 21CS653 | 21C315 | C315.1 | Describe the cyber crime terminologies |
C315.2 | Analyze cybercrime in mobiles and wireless devices along with the tools for Cybercrime and prevention | ||||
C315.3 | Analyze the motive and causes for cybercrime, cybercriminals, and investigators | ||||
C315.4 | Apply the methods for understanding criminal case and evidence, detection standing criminal case and evidence. | ||||
6 | VLSI Laboratory | 21ECL66 | 21C316 | C316.1 | Design and simulate combinational and sequential digital circuits using Verilog HDL. |
C316.2 | Understand the synthesis process of digital circuits using EDA tool. | ||||
C316.3 | Perform ASIC design flow and understand the process of synthesis, synthesis constraints and evaluating the synthesis reports to obtain optimum gate level netlist. | ||||
C316.4 | Design and simulate basic CMOS circuits like inverter, common source amplifier, differential amplifier, SRAM. | ||||
C316.5 | Perform RTL_GDSII flow and understand the stages in ASIC design. |
7th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Advanced VLSI | 21EC71 | 21C401 | C401.1 | Understand VLSI design flow |
C401.2 | Describe the concepts of ASIC design methodology | ||||
C401.3 | Create floor plan including partition and routing with the use of CAD algorithms | ||||
C401.4 | Will have better insights into VLSI back-end design flow | ||||
C401.5 | Learn verification basics and System Verilog | ||||
2 | Optical & Wireless Communication | 21EC72 | 21C402 | C402.1 | Classification and characterization of optical fibers with different modes of signal propagation |
C402.2 | Describe the constructional features and the characteristics of optical fiber and optical devices used for signal transmission and reception. | ||||
C402.3 | Understand the essential concepts and principles of mobile radio channel and cellular communication. | ||||
C402.4 | Describe various multiple access techniques used in wireless communication systems. | ||||
C402.5 | Describe the GSM architecture and procedures to establish call set up, call progress handling and call tear down in a GSM cellular network. | ||||
3 | Digital Image Processing | 21EC732 | 21C403 | C403.1 | Understand image formation and the role of human visual system plays in perception of gray and color image data. |
C403.2 | Compute various transforms on digital images. | ||||
C403.3 | Conduct independent study and analysis of Image Enhancement techniques. | ||||
C403.4 | Apply image processing techniques in frequency (Fourier) domain. | ||||
C403.5 | Design image restoration techniques. | ||||
4 | Network Security | 21EC742 | 21C404 | C404.1 | Explain network security services and mechanisms and explain security concepts |
C404.2 | Understand the concept of Transport Level Security and Secure Socket Layer. | ||||
C404.3 | Explain Security concerns in Internet Protocol security | ||||
C404.4 | Explain Intruders, Intrusion detection and Malicious Software | ||||
C404.5 | Describe Firewalls, Firewall Characteristics, Biasing and Configuration |
1st SEM (Physics Cycle) | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Calculus and linear Algebra | 18MAT11 | C101 | C101.1 | Apply the knowledge of calculus to solve problems related to polar curves and it’s in determining the bentness of curve. |
C101.2 | Learn the notion of partial differentiation to calculate rates of change of multivariate functions and solve problems related to composite functions and Jacobians | ||||
C101.3 | Apply the concept of change of order of integrations and variables to evaluate multiple integrals and their usage in computing the area and volumes. | ||||
C101.4 | Solve first order linear/nonlinear differential equations analytically using standard methods | ||||
C101.5 | Make use of matrix theory for solving system of linear equations and compute Eigen values and Eigen vectors required for matrix diagonalization process. | ||||
2 | Engineering Physics | 18PHY12 | C102 | C102.1 | Understand various types of oscillations and their implications, the role of Shock waves in various fields. |
C102.2 | Recognize the elastic properties of materials for engineering | ||||
C102.3 | Realize the interrelation between time varying electric field and magnetic field, the transverse nature of the EM waves and their role in optical fiber communication | ||||
C102.4 | Compute Eigen values, Eigen functions for a particle using Time independent 1-D Schrodinger’s wave equation. Apprehend the principle of laser, working of different types of lasers and applications | ||||
C102.5 | Understand various electrical and thermal properties of materials like conductors, semiconductors and dielectrics using different theoretical models | ||||
3 | Basic Electrical engineering | 18ELE13 | C103 | C103.1 | Analyse Basic DC and AC Electric Circuits |
C103.2 | Able to Explain the principle of operation, construction of 1 phase transformer, AC and DC machines | ||||
C103.3 | Able to explain the concept of wiring, protective devices and earthing | ||||
4 | Elements of Civil Engineering & Mechanics | 18CIV14 | C104 | C104.1 | Mention the applications of various fields of Civil Engineering. |
C104.2 | Compute the resultant of given force system subjected to various loads. | ||||
C104.3 | Comprehend the action of Forces, Moments and other loads on systems of rigid bodies and compute the reactive forces that develop as a result of the external loads. | ||||
C104.4 | Locate the Centroid and compute the Moment of Inertia of regular and built-up sections | ||||
C104.5 | Express the relationship between the motion of bodies and analyse the bodies in motion | ||||
5 | Engineering Graphics | 18EGDL15 | C105 | C105.1 | Ability to understand and visualize the Points, lines and planes with manual and computer aided drafting |
C105.2 | Ability to analyze the shape and size of different of Solids using orthographic projections by manual and computer aided tool | ||||
C105.3 | Ability to create 3D isometric view of objects and development of lateral surfaces and truncated shapes of the solids by manual and solid edge software. | ||||
6 | Engineering Physics Lab | 18PHYL16 | C106 | C106.1 | Recall the concepts of interference of light, diffraction of light, Fermi energy |
C106.2 | Understand the principles of operations of optical fibers and semiconductor devices such as photodiode, and NPN transistor, and frequency response of LCR circuits | ||||
C106.3 | Determine elastic modulii and moment of inertia of given materials with the help of suggested procedures | ||||
C106.4 | Gain practical knowledge of Magnetic field intensity due to current and spring constant of a spring. | ||||
C106.5 | Understand the importance of measurement procedure, honest recording and representing the data, reproduction of final results | ||||
7 | Basic Electrical Engg. Lab | 18ELEL17 | C107 | C107.1 | Identify the common electrical components used for conducting experiments and verify the Kirchhoff’s law for basic DC circuits |
C107.2 | Compare power factor of lamps and also study the effect of open & short circuits | ||||
C107.3 | Determine impedance of an electrical circuits and analyse phase and line quantities with power consumed in a star and delta 3 phase load | ||||
C107.4 | Determine earth resistance and understand two way and three way control of lamps | ||||
8 | Technical English - I | 18EGH18 | C108 | C108.1 | Use grammatical English and essentials of language skills and identify the nuances phonetics, intonation and flawless pronunciation |
C108.2 | Implement English vocabulary at command and language proficiency, Identify common errors in spoken and written communication | ||||
C108.3 | Understand and improve the non-verbal communication and kinesics, Perform well in campus recruitment, engineering and all other general competitive exams |
2nd SEM (Chemistry Cycle) | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Advanced Calculus and Numerical methods | 18MAT21 | C111 | C111.1 | Illustrate the applications of multivariate calculus to understand the solenoidal and irritatingly vectors and also exhibit the inter dependence of line, surface and volume integrals. |
C111.2 | Demonstrate various physical model throughout higher order differential equations and solve such linear ordinary differential equations . | ||||
C111.3 | Construct a variety of partial differential equations and solution by Exact methods. | ||||
C111.4 | Explain the applications of infinite series and obtain series solution of ordinary differential equations. | ||||
C111.5 | Apply the knowledge of Numerical Methods in the modelling of various physical and Engineering Phenomena. | ||||
2 | Engineering Chemistry | 21CHE22 | C112 | C112.1 | Impart the basic knowledge of chemistry and its principles involved in electrochemistry, energy storage devices and its commercial applications. |
C112.2 | Understand the basic principles of corrosion and its prevention, metal finishing and its technological importance | ||||
C112.3 | Master the knowledge of synthesis, properties and utilization of engineering materials like polymers & Nano materials. | ||||
C112.4 | Apply the knowledge of Green Chemistry principles for production of chemical compounds. understanding the concepts of alternative energy sources | ||||
C112.5 | Understand the basic concepts of water chemistry & theory, basic principle and applications of volumetric analysis and analytical instruments. | ||||
3 | C Programming for Problem Solving | 18CPS23 | C113 | C113.1 | Illustrate simple algorithms from the different domains such as mathematics , Physics, etc. |
C113.2 | Construct a programming solution to the given problem using C | ||||
C113.3 | Identify and correct the syntax and logical errors in C programs. | ||||
C113.4 | Modularize the given problem using functions & structures. | ||||
4 | Basic Electronics | 18ELN24 | C114 | C114.1 | Describe the operation of diodes, BJT, FET and operational amplifiers. |
C114.2 | Design and explain the construction of rectifiers, regulators, amplifiers and oscillators | ||||
C114.3 | Describe general operational principles of SCR and its application | ||||
C114.4 | Explain the different number system and their conversions and construct simple combinational and sequential logic circuits using Flip-Flops. | ||||
C114.5 | Describe the basic principle of operation of communication system and mobile phones. | ||||
5 | Elements of Mechanical Engineering | 18ME25 | C115 | C115.1 | Student shall identify different sources of energy & their conversion process & explain the working principle of hydraulic, pumps, IC engines & refrigeration |
C115.2 | Student shall recognize various metal joining processes & power transmission elements also understand the properties of common engineering materials & their applications | ||||
C115.3 | Student shall discuss the working of conventional machine tools, machining processes, tools & accessories. | ||||
6 | Engineering Chemistry Laboratory | 18CHEL26 | C116 | C116.1 | Handle different types of instruments for analysis of materials using small quantities of materials involved for quick and accurate results. |
C116.2 | Analyse different types of titrations for estimation of concerned in materials using comparatively more quantities of materials involved for good results | ||||
C116.3 | Demonstrate technical information by means of oral presentations and written reports/records as a team. | ||||
7 | C Programming Laboratory | 18CPL27 | C117 | C117.1 | Write Algorithms, flowchart and program for simple problems |
C117.2 | Correct syntax and logical errors to execute a program. | ||||
C117.3 | Write iterative and wherever possible recursive programs. | ||||
C117.4 | Demonstrate use of functions, arrays, strings, structures and pointers in problem solving. | ||||
8 | Technical English - II | 18EGH28 | C118 | C118.1 | Identify common errors in spoken and written communication, Get familiar with English vocabulary and language proficiency |
C118.2 | Improve nature and style of sensible writing and acquire employment and workplace communication skills, Improve their technical communication skills through technical reading and writing practices | ||||
C118.3 | Perform well in campus recruitment, engineering and all other general competitive exams. |
3rd Sem | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | Transform, Calculus, Fourier Series & Numerical Techniques | 18MAT31 | 18C201 | C201.1 | Use Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform in Solving Differential Equation in Network Analysis, Control System and other fields of Engineering |
C201.2 | Demonstrate Fourier Series to study the behaviour of periodic function and their Applications in system communications and digital Signal Processing and Field Theory | ||||
C201.3 | Make use of Fourier Transform and Z Transformsto illustrate the functin arising in wave and heat propagation, signals and systems | ||||
C201.4 | Solve the first and second order ordinary DE arising in Engineering problems using single step aand multistep numerical Methods | ||||
C201.5 | Determine the external of functional using calculus of variation and solve problems arising in dynamics of rigid bodies and Vibrational Analysis | ||||
2 | NETWORK THEORY | 18EC32 | 18C202 | C202.1 | Determine currents and voltages using source transformation/ source shifing/mesh/nodal analysis and reduce given network using star-delta transformation/sourse transforamtion/source shifting |
C202.2 | Solve network problems by applying Superposition/ Reciprocity/Thevenin's/Norton's/Maximux power transfer/Millman's network Theorems | ||||
C202.3 | Calculate current and voltages for the given circuit under transient conditions. | ||||
Apply Laplace transform to solve the given network | |||||
C202.4 | Evaluate for RLC elements/ frequency response related parameters like resonant frequency,quality factor,half power fequencies,voltage across inductor and capacitor,current through the RLC elements in resonant circuits and Solve the given network using specified two port network parameter like Z or Y or Tor h | ||||
3 | ELECTRONIC DEVICES | 18EC33 | 18C203 | C203.1 | Understand the Principles of Semiconductor Physics |
C203.2 | Analyze the characteristics of different types of semiconductor devices | ||||
C203.3 | Analyze the fabrication process of semiconductor devices | ||||
C203.4 | Creating the mathematical models of semiconductor junctions and MOS transistors for circuits and systems | ||||
4 | DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN | 18EC34 | 18C204 | C204.1 | Ability to explain the concept of combinational and sequential logic circuits. |
C204.2 | Ability to design the combinational logic circuits. | ||||
C204.3 | Ability to design the sequential circuits using SR, JK, D, T flip-flops and Mealy & Moore machines | ||||
C204.4 | Ability to design applications of Combinational & Sequential Circuits. | ||||
5 | COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE | 18ECL35 | 18C205 | C205.1 | Ability to Explain the basic organization of a computer system |
C205.2 | Ability to Describe the addressing modes, instruction formats and program control statement | ||||
C205.3 | Ability to Describe the different ways of accessing input/output device including interrupts | ||||
C205.4 | Ability to Illustrate the organization of different types of semiconductor and other secondary storage memories. simple processor organization based on hardwired control and microprogrammed control | ||||
6 | POWER ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION | 18EC36 | 18C206 | C206.1 | Ability to Build and test circuits using power electronic devices. |
C206.2 | Ability to Analyze and design controlled rectifier, DC to DC converters, DC to AC inverters and SMPS | ||||
C206.3 | Ability to Define instrument errors. | ||||
C206.4 | Ability to Develop circuits for multirange Ammeters, Voltmeters and Bridges to measure passive component values and frequency. | ||||
C206.5 | Ability to Describe the principle of operation of Digital instruments and PLCs. | ||||
C206.6 | Ability to Use Instrumentation amplifier for measuring physical parameters. | ||||
7 | ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY | 18ECL37 | 18C207 | C207.1 | Able to recognize and demonstrate functioning of semiconductor power devices |
C207.2 | Able to evaluate the characters,switching,power conversion and control by semi conductor power devices | ||||
C207.3 | Able to analyse the response and plot the characteristics of transducers such as LDR,photodiode etc., | ||||
C207.4 | Able to design and test simple electronics circuit for the measurement of temperature and resistance | ||||
C207.5 | Able to use circuit simulation software for the implementation and characterization of electronics circuit and devices | ||||
8 | DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN LABORATORY | 18ECL38 | 18C208 | C208.1 | Design, realize and verify De morgan's theorem, SOP and POS forms |
C208.2 | Demonstarte the truth table of various expressions and combinational circuits using logic gates. | ||||
C208.3 | Design various combinational circuits such as adder, comparators, subtractors, multiplexers and demultiplexer | ||||
C208.4 | Construct flip-flops, counters and shift registers | ||||
C208.5 | Simulate serial adder and Binary multiplier | ||||
9 | CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND CYBER LAW (CPC) | 18CPC39/49 | 18C209 | C209.1 | Ability to have constitutional knowledge and legal literacy |
C209.2 | Ability to understand Engineering and professional ethics and reponsibilities of engineers | ||||
C209.3 | Ability to understand the cybercrimes and cyber laws for cyber safety measures |
4th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | COMPLEX ANALYSIS, PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL METHODS | 18MAT41 | 18C211 | C211.1 | Use the concept of analytic function and complex potential to solve the problem arising in Electromagnetic Theory |
C211.2 | Utilize conformal transformation and complex integral arising in aerofoil theory, fluid flow visualization and image processing | ||||
C211.3 | Apply discrete and continous probability distribution in analysing the probability model arising in engineering field | ||||
C211.4 | Apply discrete and continous probability distribution in analysing the probability model arising in engineering field | ||||
C211.5 | Construct joint probability distribution and demonstrate the validity of testing of Hypothesis | ||||
2 | ANALOG CIRCUITS | 18EC42 | 18C212 | C212.1 | Ability to understand the characterstics of BJT and FET |
C212.2 | Ablity to design and analyze BJT and FET amplifier circuits | ||||
C212.3 | Ability to design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators | ||||
C212.4 | Ability to undestand the functioning of linear ICs | ||||
C212.5 | Ability to design linear IC based Circuits | ||||
3 | CONTROL SYSTEMS | 18EC43 | 18C213 | C213.1 | Develop the mathematical model of mechanical and electrical systems. |
C213.2 | Develop transfer function for a given control system using block diagram reduction techniques and signal flow graph method. | ||||
C213.3 | Detremine the time domain specifications for first and second order systems. | ||||
C213.4 | Determine the stability os a system in the time domain using RH criterion and root locus technique. | ||||
C213.5 | Detremine the s stability of a system in the frequency domain using Nyquist and bode plots | ||||
4 | ENGINEERING STATISTICS and LINEAR ALGEBRA | 18EC44 | 18C214 | C214.1 | Able to analyze and evaluate single and multiple Random Variables |
C214.2 | Able to identify and associate Random Variables and Random process in communication events | ||||
C214.3 | Able to analyze and model the Random events in typical communication events to extract quantitative statistical parameters | ||||
C214.4 | Able to analyze and model typical signal sets in terms of a basis function set of amplitude, phase and frequency | ||||
C214.5 | Able to demonstrate by way of simulation or emulation the case of analysis employing basis functions, statistical representation and eigen values | ||||
5 | SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS | 18EC45 | 18C215 | C215.1 | Classify the signals as continuous/discrete, periodic/aperiodic, even/odd, energy/power and deterministic/random signals. |
C215.2 | Determine the linearity, causality, time-invariance and stability properties of continuous and discrete time systems. | ||||
C215.3 | Compute the response of a Continuous and Discrete LTI system using convolution integral and convolution sum. | ||||
C215.4 | Determine the spectral characteristics of continuous and discrete time signal using Fourier analysis. | ||||
C215.5 | Compute Z-transforms, inverse Z- transforms and transfer functions of complex LTI systems. | ||||
6 | MICROCONTROLLER | 18EC46 | 18C216 | C216.1 | Explain the difference between Microprocessors & Microcontrollers, Architecture of 8051 Microcontroller, Interfacing of 8051 to external memory and Instruction set of 8051. |
C216.2 | Write 8051 Assembly level programs using 8051 instruction set. | ||||
C216.3 | Explain the Interrupt system, operation of Timers/Counters and Serial port of 8051 | ||||
C216.4 | Write 8051 Assembly language program to genearet square wave on 8051 I/O port pin using interrupt and C programme to send & receive serial data using 8051 serial port | ||||
C216.5 | Interface simple switches, simple LEDs, ADC 0804, LCD and Stepper Motor to 8051 using 8051 I/O ports. | ||||
7 | MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY | 18ECL47 | 18C217 | C217.1 | Enhance Programming Skills Using Assembly Language and C |
C217.2 | Write Assemble Language Programs in 8051 for solving simple Problems that manipulate input data using different instructions of 8051 | ||||
C217.3 | Interface different Input Output Devices uisng 8051 and control them using Assembly Language Program | ||||
C217.4 | Interface Serial devices to 8051 and do serial transfer using C Programming | ||||
C217.5 | Develop Applications based on Micrcontroller 8051 | ||||
8 | ANALOG CIRCUITS LABORATORY | 18ECL48 | 18C218 | C218.1 | Design analog circuits using BJT/FETs and evaluate their performance characteristics. |
C218.2 | Design analog circuits using OPAMPs for different applications | ||||
C218.3 | Simulate and analyze analog circuits that usesICs for different electronic applications. | ||||
C218.4 | Simulate Haif wave and Full wave rectifier | ||||
C218.5 | Simulate RC Phase shift oscillator and Hartley oscillator |
5th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP | 18ES51 | 18C301 | C301.1 | Understand the fundamental concept of management and entrepreneurship and opportunities in order to setup a business |
C301.2 | Describe the functions of managers, Entrepreneurs and their social responsibilties | ||||
C301.3 | Understand the components in developing business plan | ||||
C301.4 | Awareness aboutr various sources of funding and institutions supporting entrepreneurs | ||||
2 | DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING | 18EC52 | 18C302 | C302.1 | Able to determine response of LTI systems using time domain and DFT techniques |
C302.2 | Able to compute DFT of real and complex discrete time signals | ||||
C302.3 | Able to computation of DFT using FFT algorithms and linear filtering approach | ||||
C302.4 | Able to design and realize FIR and IIR digital filters | ||||
C302.5 | Able to understand the DSP processor architecture | ||||
3 | PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS | 18EC53 | 18C303 | C303.1 | Ability to analyse and compute performance of AM and FM modulation in presence of noise at the receiver |
C303.2 | Ability to analyse and compute performance of digital formatting processes with quantization noise | ||||
C303.3 | Ability to multiplex digitally formatted signals at transmitter and demultiplex the d and reconstruct finally formatted signals at the receiver | ||||
C303.4 | Ability to design and demonstrate the use of digital formatting in multiplexers, vocoders and video transmission | ||||
4 | INFORMATION THEORY and CODING | 18EC54 | 18C304 | C304.1 | Ability to Explain concept of Dependent & Independent Source, measure of information, Entropy, Rate of Information and Order of a source. |
C304.2 | Ability to Represent the information using Shannon Encoding, Shannon Fano, Prefix and Huffman Encoding Algorithms. | ||||
C304.3 | Ability to Model the continuous and discrete communication channels using input, output and joint probabilities. | ||||
C304.4 | Ability to Determine a codeword comprising of the check bits computed using Linear Block codes, cyclic codes & convolutional codes. | ||||
C304.5 | Ability to Design the encoding and decoding circuits for Linear Block codes, cyclic codes, convolutional codes and Golay codes. | ||||
5 | ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES | 18EC55 | 18C305 | C305.1 | Evaluate problems on electrostatic force, electric field duetopoint, linear, volume charges by applying conventional methods and charge in a volume. |
C305.2 | Apply Gauss law to evaluate Electric fields due to different charge distributions and Volume Charge distribution by using Divergence Theorem. | ||||
C305.3 | Determine potential and energy with respect to point charge and capacitance using Laplace equation and Apply Biot-Savart's and Ampere's laws for evaluating Magnetic field for different current configurations | ||||
C305.4 | Calculate magnetic force, potential energy and Magnetization with respect tomagnetic materials and voltage induced in electric circuits. | ||||
C305.5 | Apply Maxwell's equations for time varying fields, EM waves in free space and conductors and Evaluate power associated with EM waves using Poynting theorem | ||||
6 | Verilog HDL | 18EC56 | 18C306 | C306.1 | write verilog programs in gate ,dataflow(RTL),behavioral and switch modelling levels of abstraction |
C306.2 | design and verify the functionality of digital cicuit system using test bench | ||||
C306.3 | identify the suitable abstraction level for a particular digital design | ||||
C306.4 | write programs more effectively using verilog taks,function and directives | ||||
C306.5 | perform timing delay simulation and interpret the variuos constructs in logic synthesis | ||||
7 | DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LABORATORY | 18ECL57 | 18C307 | C307.1 | Understand the concepts ofanalog to digital conversion of signals anbdfrequency domain sampling of signals. |
C307.2 | Model the discrete time signals and systems and verify itsproperties and results. | ||||
C307.3 | Implement discrete computations using DSP processor andverify the results. | ||||
C307.4 | Realize the digital filters using a simulations tool and analyze the response of the filter for an audio signal. | ||||
C307.5 | Writeprograms using Matlab/scilab/octave to illustrateDSP concepts | ||||
8 | HDL LABORATORY | 18ECL58 | 18C308 | C308.1 | Ability to write the Verilog/VHDL programs to simulate Combinational circuits in Dataflow, Behavioral and Gate level Abstractions. |
C308.2 | Ability to describe sequential circuits like flip flops and counters in Behavioral description and obtain simulation waveforms. | ||||
C308.3 | Ability to Synthesize Combinational and Sequential circuits on programmable ICs and test the hardware. |
6th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | DIGITAL COMMUNICATION | 18EC61 | 18C311 | C311.1 | Ability to associate and apply the concepts of Bandpass sampling to well specified signals and channels. |
C311.2 | Ability to analyze and compute performance parameters and transfer rates for low pas and bandpass symbol under ideal and corrupted non band limited channels. | ||||
C311.3 | Ability to test and validate symbol processing and performance parameters at the receiver under ideal and corrupted bandlimited channels. | ||||
C311.4 | Ability to demonstrate by simulation and emulation that bandpass signals subjected to corrupted and distorted symbols in a bandlimited channel, can be demodulated and estimated at receiver to meet specified performance criteria. | ||||
2 | EMBEDDED SYSTEMS | 18EC62 | 18C312 | C312.1 | Ability to Describe the architectural features and instructions of 32 bit microcontroller ARM CortexM3. |
C312.2 | Ability to Apply the knowledge gained for Programming ARM Cortex M3 for different applications. | ||||
C312.3 | Ability to Understand the basic hardware components and their selection method based on the characteristics and attributes of an embedded system. | ||||
C312.4 | Ability to Develop the hardware software co-design and firmware design approaches. | ||||
C312.5 | Ability to Explain the need of real time operating system for embedded system applications. | ||||
3 | MICROWAVE AND ANTENNA | 18EC63 | 18C313 | C313.1 | Describe the use and advantages of microwave transmission |
C313.2 | • Analyze various parameters related to microwave transmission lines and waveguides | ||||
C313.3 | • Identify microwave devices for several applications | ||||
C313.4 | • Analyze various antenna parameters necessary for building a RF system | ||||
C313.5 | • Recommend various antenna configurations according to the applications. | ||||
4 | DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN USING VERILOG | 18EC644 | 18C314 | C304.1 | write verilog programs in gate ,dataflow(RTL),behavioral and switch modelling levels of abstraction |
C304.2 | design and verify the functionality of digital cicuit system using test bench | ||||
C304.3 | identify the suitable abstraction level for a particular digital design | ||||
C304.4 | write programs more effectively using verilog taks,function and directives | ||||
C304.5 | perform timing delay simulation and interpret the variuos constructs in logic synthesis | ||||
5 | SENSORS AND SIGNAL CONDITIONING | 18EC652 | 18C315 | C315.1 | Ability to appreciate various types of sensors. |
C315.2 | Ability to describe the manufacturing process of sensors. |
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C315.3 | Ability to understand about the material properties required to make sensors. |
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C315.4 | Ability to use sensors specific to the end use application. |
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C315.5 | Ability to design systems integrated with sensors. |
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6 | EMBEDDED SYSTEMS LABORATORY | 18ECL66 | 18C316 | C316.1 | Abillity to Understand the instruction set of 32 bit microcontroller ARM Cortex M3, and the software tool required for programming in Assembly and C language. |
C316.2 | Abillity to Develop assembly language programs using ARM Cortex M3 for different applications. | ||||
C316.3 | Abillity to Interface external devices and I/O with ARM Cortex M3. | ||||
C316.4 | Abillity to Develop C language programs and library functions for embedded system applications. | ||||
7 | COMMUNICATION LABORATORY | 18ECL67 | 18C317 | C317.1 | Abillity to design and test circuits for analog modulation and demodulation schemes viz., AM, FM, etc. |
C317.2 | Abillity to determine the characteristics and response of microwave waveguide. | ||||
C317.3 | Abillity to determine characteristics of microstrip antennas and devices & compute the parameters associated with it. | ||||
C317.4 | Abillity to design and test the digital and analog modulation circuits and display the waveforms. | ||||
C317.5 | Abillity to simulate the digital modulation systems and compare the error performance of basic digital modulation schemes. | ||||
8 | MINI PROJECT | 18ECMP68 | 18C316 | C318.1 | Abillity to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development |
C318.2 | Abillity to Explore and strengthen the understanding of fundamentals through practical application of theoretical concepts | ||||
C318.3 | Abillity to provide students hands on experience on, troubleshooting, maintenance, fabrication, innovation, record keeping, documentation etc thereby enhancing the skill and competency part of technical education | ||||
C318.4 | Abillity to Identify, improve, develop and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project for societal and environmental benefits. | ||||
C318.5 | Abillity to simulate the digital modulation systems and compare the error performance of basic digital modulation schemes. |
7th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | COMPUTER NETWORKS | 18EC71 | 18C401 | C401.1 | Understand the concept of networking |
C401.2 | Identify the protocols and services of different layers | ||||
C401.3 | Disctinguish the basic network configurations and standards associated with each network | ||||
C401.4 | Analyze a simple network and measure its parameter | ||||
2 | VLSI DESIGN | 18EC72 | 18C402 | C402.1 | Demonstrate understanding of MOS transistor theory, CMOS fabrication flow and technology scaling. |
C402.2 | Draw the basic gates using the stick and layout diagrams with the knowledge of physical design aspects | ||||
C402.3 | Demonstrate ability to design Combinational, sequential and dynamic logic circuits as per the requirement | ||||
C402.4 | Interpret Memory elements along with timing considerations | ||||
C402.5 | Interpret testing and testability issues in VLSI Design | ||||
3 | SATELLITE COMMUNICATION | 18EC732 | 18C403 | C403.1 | Ability to describe the satellite orbits and its trajectories with the definitions of parameters associated with it. |
C403.2 | Ability to classify the electronic hardware systems associated with the satellite subsystem and earth station. | ||||
C403.3 | Ability to discuss the communication satellites with the focus on national satellite system. | ||||
C403.4 | Ability to compute the satellite link parameters under various propagation conditions with the illustration of multiple access techniques. | ||||
C403.5 | Ability to Illustrate the satellites used for applications in remote sensing, weather forecasting and navigation. | ||||
4 | MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATION | 18EC743 | 18C404 | C404.1 | Ability to understand basics of different multimedia networks and applications. |
C404.2 | Ability to understand different compression techniques to compress audio and video. | ||||
C404.3 | Ability to describe multimedia Communication across Networks. | ||||
C404.4 | Ability to Analyse different media types to represent them in digital form. | ||||
C404.5 | Ability to Compress different types of text and images using different compression techniques. | ||||
5 | ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT | 18ME751 | 18C405 | C405.1 | Able to compare different form of energy sources and its availability. |
C405.2 | Identify different energy storage systems and its management. | ||||
C405.3 | Understand the environment and different ecosystems | ||||
C405.4 | Analyse the environment pollution along with social issues and acts. | ||||
6 | PYTHON APPLICATION PROGRAMMING | 18CS752 | 18C405 | C405CS.1 | Learn synatax and semantics and create functons in python |
C405CS.2 | Handle Strings and files in python | ||||
C405CS.3 | Understand lists, dictionaries and regular expressions in python | ||||
C405CS.4 | Implement object oriented concepts in python | ||||
C405CS.5 | Build web services and handle database and network programs in python | ||||
7 | ELECTRIC VEHICLES | 18EE752 | 18C405 | C405EE.1 | Ability to explain the working of electric vehicles and recent trends |
C405EE.2 | Ability to analyze different power converter topology used for electric vehicle applications | ||||
C405EE.3 | Ability to develop the electric propulsion unit and its control for its application of electric vehicles | ||||
C405EE.4 | Ability to design converters for battery charging and explain transformerless topology | ||||
8 | COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB | 18ECL76 | 18C406 | C406.1 | Choose suitable tools to model a network. |
C406.2 | Use the network simulator for learning and practice of networking algorithms. | ||||
C406.3 | Illustrate the operations of network protocols and algorithms using Cprogramming. | ||||
C406.4 | Simulate the network with different configurations to measure the performance parameters. | ||||
C406.5 | Implement the data link and routing protocols using C programming | ||||
9 | VLSI LABORATORY | 18ECL77 | 18C407 | C407.1 | Design and simulate combinational and sequential digital circuits using Verilog HDL |
C407.2 | Understand the Synthesis process of digital circuits using EDA tool. | ||||
C407.3 | Perform ASIC design flow and understand the process of synthesis, synthesis constraints and evaluating the synthesis reports to obtain optimum gate level net list | ||||
C407.4 | Design and simulate basic CMOS circuits like inverter, common source amplifier and differential amplifiers | ||||
C407.5 | Perform RTL-GDSII flow and understand the stages in ASIC design. | ||||
10 | PROJECT WORK PHASE-1 | 18ECP78 | 18C408 | C408.1 | Ability to analyze the problem, formulation and solution of the selected project |
C408.2 | Ability to develop solutions for contemporary problems using modern tools for sustainable development. | ||||
C408.3 | Ability to demonstrate ethical and professional sustainability while working in a team and communicate effectively for the benefit of the society. | ||||
C408.4 | Ability to understand the engineering, finance and management principles. |
8th SEM | |||||
Sl. No | Subject Name | Subject Code | Course Code | CO No. | Course Outcomes(CO) |
1 | WIRELESS AND CELLULAR COMMUNICATION | 18EC81 | 18C411 | C411.1 | Ability to explain the concepts of propagation mechanisms like reflection, diffraction, scattering in wireless channels |
C411.2 | Ability to develop a scheme for idle mode, call setup, call progress handling, call teardown in GSM network | ||||
C411.3 | Ability to develop a scheme for idle mode, call setup, call progress handling, call teardown in CDMA network | ||||
C411.4 | Ability to understand the basic operations of Air interface in LTE 4G system | ||||
2 | NETWORK SECURITY | 18EC821 | 18C412 | C412.1 | Ability to explain Network Security protocols. |
C412.2 | Ability to understand and discuss the basic concepts of cybersecurity | ||||
C412.3 | Ability to explain Enterprise Security Framework. | ||||
C412.4 | Ability to apply concept of cybersecurity framework in computer system administration. | ||||
C412.5 | Interpret testing and testability issues in VLSI Design | ||||
3 | OPTICAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS | 18EC824 | 18C412 | C412.1 | Classification and working of optical fiber with diferent modes of signal propagation. |
C412.2 | Describe the transmission characteristics and losses in optical fiber communication. | ||||
C412.3 | Describe the construction and working principle of optical connectors, multiplexers and amplifiers. | ||||
C412.4 | Describe the constructional features and the characteristics of optical Sources and detectors. | ||||
C412.5 | llustrate the networking aspects of optical fiber and describe various standards associated with it | ||||
4 | PROJECT WORK PHASE-2 | 18ECP83 | 18C413 | C413.1 | Analyze the problem, formulation and solution of the selected project |
C413.2 | Develop solutions for contemporary problems using modern tools for sustainable development. | ||||
C413.3 | Demonstrate ethical and professional sustainability while working in a team and communicate effectively for the benefit of the society. | ||||
C413.4 | Understand the engineering, finance and management principles. | ||||
5 | TECHNICAL SEMINAR | 18ECS84 | 18C414 | C414.1 | Ability to identify state-of-the-art and futuristic technologies through self-motivation and through collaboration with others. |
C414.2 | Ability to conduct a detailed literature survey and self-study in order to completely understand the intricacies of the chosen topic. | ||||
C414.3 | Ability to conceptualize solutions built using state-of-the-art technologies in terms of their architecture, design and deployment. | ||||
C414.4 | Ability to identify the scope and limitations of specific technology in terms of their applicability along with a visualization of the means to grow specific technology. | ||||
C414.5 | Ability to create comprehensive technical reports using relevant tools and to make oral presentation of technical topics with adherence to timeliness, clarity and such other soft skills alongside a presentable attitude and behaviour. | ||||
6 | INTERNSHIP | 18ECI85 | 18C415 | C415.1 | Ability to learn current technologies used in Industry |
C415.2 | Ability To communicate effectively and write profound technical reports | ||||
C415.3 | Able to Provides illustrations of the technology learnt. | ||||
C415.4 | Able to Provides additional information beyond the learnings during the internship out of his/her own thoughts |
The graduates in Electronics and Communication Engineering have various career opportunities in Defence Services, Telecommunications Services, Embedded Systems Development, Electronic, and Hardware Manufacturing, VLSI Design, Software Development, Power Sector, TV Industry, Music Industry, Automobiles, Space Communications, IT, Home Appliances Development, Electronic Security Systems, Mobile Phones Testing, and Development, Communication Protocols Development, Optical Communications Development, etc.
They are well represented at core companies such as TCS, Intel, Microsoft, and as well as Smaller Startup Companies.
They have become successful Software Developers and Managers in leading software companies, such as Infosys, Cognizant Technology Solutions, HCL Technologies, TCS, etc. and some of the undergraduates working in Public Sector units, such as BSNL, NAL, DRDO, BEL, BHEL, etc.
Many of our students pursue higher education to obtain MS, MBA, and a Ph.D. degree in foreign universities.
Some of the important positions that ECE pass-outs can serve are listed below:
Electronics Engineer
With the boom in the electronics industry, new firms are springing up to meet the needs of the consumer market. The profile of electronics engineer has a great demand in the market, and this has created a lot of opportunities for the aspirants.
Electronics and Communication Engineer
Students could also pursue a career in communications, networking, broadcast, and transmission systems. This domain involves conceptualizing the communication network framework and executing it to ensure flawless performance
Electronics Design and Development Engineer
Electronics design and development is one of the most preferred choices of graduates, who aspire for a dazzling prospect in the Electronic Designing and Development Field.
Desktop Support Engineer
The skills of Desktop Support Engineers are required in almost every IT and non-IT organization. This ensures that there will be no scarcity of job options for graduates. The job responsibilities of this domain are very basic in nature and hence the huge demand.
System Control Engineer
The responsibility of System Control Engineer includes not only the designing of complicated systems but also testing of it. Some of the popular designations are Technical Supervisors, System Control Managers, etc.
VLSI Design Engineer
The manufacture of an Integrated Chip consists of Front End and Back End Processes. The job profile of a Front End VLSI Design Engineer includes RTL Design of the System Functions, Architecture and Simulation of the Design and Synthesis as a Gate Level Netlist. Back End VLSI Design Engineer is responsible for the layout and implementation of the Gate Level Netlist, in addition to Placement and Routing of the Design.
Pass in PUC/10+2 Examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the chemistry/Computer science/ Electronics/Technical vocational subjects and obtained at least 45% marks(40% in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST category) in the above subjects taken together of any Board recognized by the respective State Governments / Union Territories or any other qualification recognized as equivalent there to.
The CET / COMEDK Exams (entrance exam) get over, normally the aspiring students would be able to assess their performance and seat allotment possibilities to the college of their preference. Therefore, after CET / COMEDK exams, there would be acceleration in the admission process under Management Quota.
To have assured seat under Management Quota, it is necessary to secure your seat early by complying with the terms and conditions.
Semester | Class Teacher | Official Mail ID | |
III | A | Dr.Akshath M J | akshathmj@dbit.co.in |
B | Prof. Tejaswini M L | mltejaswini@dbit.co.in | |
C | Prof. Suresha H S | srisuri75@dbit.co.in | |
V | A | Prof. Rashmi K T | rashmikt@dbit.co.in |
B | Prof. Shruthi G | shruthiec@dbit.co.in | |
VII | A | Prof. Bhavya A B | bhavya@dbit.co.in |
B | Prof.Babitha S | babithaeced@dbit.co.in | |
C | Prof. Shashiranjan | shashiranjan@dbit.co.in | |
D | Prof. Kishore Kumar | kishor13kumar@dbit.co.in |