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Department Vision

To become a nationally acclaimed Department of higher learning and research that will serve as a source of knowledge and expertise in Electronics & Communication Engineering.

Department Mission

1. To provide quality education in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering, for producing innovative and ethically driven professionals adept at dealing with a globally competitive environment, for the welfare of the nation.
2. To inculcate inquisitiveness in young graduates thereby persuading them to undertake research in emerging areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

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M.Tech  in Communication Engineering & Signal Processing

Vision: To achieve academic excellence through quality education in the intertwined fields of Communication Engineering and Signal Processing.

 Mission : To impart quality education by providing excellent learning and research environment, enabling the students to apply signal processing techniques innovatively to address the challenges in the rapidly growing field of Communication  Engineering for the benefit of humanity.

  Program Educational Objectives

  1. To meet the requirements of talented Research and Development professionals solving real-life problems arising in the field of Electronics, Communication Engineering, and Signal processing.
  2. To meet the requirements of faculty with specialization in Communication Engineering and Signal Processing in academic institutions.
  3. To cater to the needs of engineering professionals in Signal Processing/ Communication related IT sectors.
  4. To foster the students’ ability to think differently so that they develop into entrepreneurs, opening their own business enterprises.
  1. To train our students to meet the requirements in the modern multidisciplinary research scenario which is a blend of many conventional disciplines including Electronics, Mathematics, Biology, Optics, Mechanics, and Medicine.