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.
M1:To impart knowledge through teaching learning process that builds strong concepts in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
M2:To inculcate technical, professional, managerial and leadership skills.
M3:To nurture students to provide sustainable solutions keeping environmental considerations and ethical practices.
PEO1: Graduates shall be able to employ the acquired engineering knowledge for technological development and management.
PEO2: Graduates shall be able to exhibit Life-long learning acquired through specialized technical training, higher education and professional activities.
PEO3: Graduates shall be able to solve engineering issues from a broader social perspective for contributing to the needs of the society.
PO1:Engineering knowledge:: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: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.
PO3: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.
PO4: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.
PO5: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.
PO6: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.
PO7: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.
PO8:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9:Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: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.
PO11: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.
PO12: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.
PSO1:Ability to analyze and design electronic components and subsystems in the areas of communication and signal processing.
PSO2:Ability to design embedded systems and VLSI circuits to realize products for societal needs using relevant tools and technologies.
PSO3: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
-SPARTAN-3 and SPARTAN-6 Trainer kits with Power supply and interface module
-Microwave Signal source Operating Frequency range 1.8GHz - 3.2 GHz
|I Semester||II Semester|
|Course Code||Course Name||Course Code||Course Name|
|21MAT11||Calculus and Differential Equations||21MAT21||Advanced Calculus and Numerical Methods|
|21PHY12||Engineering Physics||21CHE22||Engineering Chemistry|
|21ELE13||Basic Electrical Engineering||21PSP23||Problem-Solving through Programming|
|21CIV14||Elements of Civil Engineering and Mechanics||21ELN24||Basic Electronics & Communication Engineering|
|21EVN15||Engineering Visualization||21EME25||Elements of Mechanical Engineering|
|21PHYL16||Engineering Physics Laboratory||21CHEL26||Engineering Chemistry Laboratory|
|21ELEL17||Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory||21CPL27||Computer Programming Laboratory|
|18EGH18||Communicative English||21EGH28||Professional Writing Skills in English|
|21IDT19/29||Innovation and Design Thinking||21SFH19/29||Scientific Foundations of Health|
|21SFH19/29||Scientific Foundations of Health||21IDT19/29||Innovation and Design Thinking|
|III Semester||IV Semester|
|BSC 21MAT31||Mathematics Course (Common to all)||18MAT41||Complex Analysis, Probability and Statistical Methods|
|IPCC 21EC32||Digital System Design using Verilog||18EC42||Analog Circuits|
|IPCC 21EC33||Basic Signal Processing||18EC43||Control Systems|
|PCC 21EC34||Analog Electronic Circuits||18EC44||Engineering Statistics and Linear Algebra|
|PCC 21ECL35||Analog and Digital Electronics Lab||18EC45||Signals and Systems|
|UHV 21UH36||Social Connect and Responsibility||18EC46||Microcontroller|
|HSMC 21KSK37/47||Samskrutika Kannada||18ECL47||Microcontroller Laboratory|
|HSMC 21KBK37/47||Balake Kannada||18ECL48||Analog Circuits Laboratory|
|HSMC 21CIP37/47||Constitution of India and Professional Ethics||18KVK39||Vyavaharika Kannada (Kannada for communication)/|
|AEC 21EC38X||Ability Enhancement Course - III||or|
|18CPC39||Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law|
|18CPC39||Constitution of India, Professional Ethics and Cyber Law|
|V Semester||VI Semester|
|18ES51||Technological Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship||18EC61||Digital Communication|
|18EC52||Digital Signal Processing||18EC62||Embedded Systems|
|18EC53||Principles of Communication Systems||18EC63||Microwave and Antennas|
|18EC54||Information Theory and Coding||18EC64X||Professional Elective -1|
|18EC55||Electromagnetic Waves||18EC65X||Open Elective -A|
|18EC56||Verilog HDL||18ECL66||Embedded Systems Laboratory|
|18ECL57||Digital Signal Processing Laboratory||18ECL67||Communication Laboratory|
|Professional Elective -1|
|Course code under18CV64X|
|18EC642||Artificial Neural Networks|
|18EC643||Object Oriented Programming using C++|
|18EC644||Digital System Design using Verilog|
|Open Elective -A|
|Course code under18CV65X|
|18EC652||Sensors and Signal Conditioning|
|VII Semester||VIII Semester|
|18EC71||Computer Networks||18EC81||Wireless and Cellular Communication|
|18EC72||VLSI Design||18EC82X||Professional Elective - 4|
|18EC73X||Professional Elective - 2||18ECP83||Project Work Phase - 2|
|18EC74X||Professional Elective - 3||18ECS84||Technical Seminar|
|18EC75X||Open Elective -B||18ECI85||Internship|
|18ECL76||Computer Networks Lab||Professional Electives - 4|
|18ECL77||VLSI Laboratory||Course code under 18EC82X|
|18ECP78||Project Work Phase - 1||18EC821||Network Security|
|--||Internship||18EC822||Micro Electro Mechanical Systems|
|Professional Elective - 2||18EC823||Radar Engineering|
|Course code under 18EC73X||18EC824||Optical Communication Networks|
|18EC731||Real Time System||18EC825||Biomedical Signal Processing|
|18EC733||Digital Image Processing|
|18EC734||Data Structures using C++|
|18EC735||DSP Algorithms and Architecture|
|Professional Electives - 3|
|Course code under 18EC74X|
|18EC741||IOT and Wireless Sensor Networks|
|Professional Electives - 3|
|Course code under 18EC75X|
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:
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 Jfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|B||Prof. Tejaswini M Lemail@example.com|
|C||Prof. Suresha H Sfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|V||A||Prof. Rashmi K Temail@example.com|
|B||Prof. Shruthi Gfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VII||A||Prof. Bhavya A Bemail@example.com|
|D||Prof. Kishore Kumarfirstname.lastname@example.org|