|B.Tech Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Started in the year 1997 with intake of 60 seats
Intake increased to 90 in the year 2001
Intake increased to 120 in the year 2002
Intake increased to 180 in the year 2011
|M.Tech Electronics & Communication Engineering
1st ShiftStarted in the year 2007 with intake of 18 seats
2nd Shift Started in the year 2010 with intake of 18 seats
(Total intake as of now is 36)
- Engineering Knowledge
- Problem Analysis
- Design & Development of Solutions
- Investigation of Complex Problem
- Modern Tools Usage
- Engineer and Society
- Environment & Sustainability
- Individual & Team work
- Project management & Finance
- Lifelong Learning
The Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
- PEO1: To provide the fundamental knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering concepts for the development of engineering system. (Fundamental Knowledge)
- PEO2: To apply current industry accepted electronics technologies to analyze, design, implement, test and verify high performance systems and provide solutions to the existing real world problems. (Competency for Real World)
- PEO3: To enable use of appropriate skill sets and its applications towards social impacts of communication Engineering technologies in the career related activities. (Professional Skill)
- PEO4: To promote team work and effective communication skills to students (team and communication skill) ensuring practices in soft skill. (IT and Communicative English)
- PEO5: To enable students to become successful engineers, managers, scientists, researchers, innovators or entrepreneurs meeting global industrial requirements to make substantial contribution to the society. (Societal Contribution).
The Program Outcomes (Pos):
- PO a: Ability to apply knowledge of mathematical principles, science, and engineering.
- PO b: Ability to design and conduct experiments / investigations and interpret gathered data.
- PO c: Ability to apply the knowledge gained from modern design methodologies to design a system, component, or process of electronic and communication system to meet desired needs within realistic limits.
- PO d: Ability to identify, analyze, formulate and solve electronics and communication engineering problems.
- PO e: Ability and skills to use current techniques, modern engineering tools, software and equipment, necessary for engineering practice. [Ability to here implies that students have actually participated in the performance of a function or action to an extent that demonstrates the potential to properly apply that skill in their profession.].
- PO f:Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context and awareness of contemporary issues.
- PO g: An understanding of ethical and professional responsibilities and its application in professional engineering practice.
- PO h: Ability to function effectively individually and in teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary teams, to accomplish a common goal. [Multidisciplinary refers to fields that are diverse in scope and nature and include sub-disciplines such as electrical, electronics/computer engineering.].
- PO i: Ability for effective communication in both verbal and written form.
- PO j: An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects.
- PO k: Ability to recognize the need for quality and engage in life-long learning to follow developments in electronics and communication engineering [Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering are constantly changing discipline that, for its practitioners, clearly requires “lifelong learning." Although Lifelong learning referred here cannot be documented throughout the students (or alumni’s) life, we take the fact that students recognize the need for lifelong learning and currently have the skills necessary to continue their learning as demonstrated in developing their knowledge and skills throughout their careers."].