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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Electronics and Communication Engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was started in the year 1983 with an annual intake of 15 students for the Bachelor of Technology program. The intake has been gradually increased to 60 in the first year with additional six lateral entry students (from third semester).

The year 2003, the landmark of department’s history, the department was shifted to new building infrastructure with 3707.5 Sq.m area. Spacious laboratories, classrooms, seminar hall, waiting rooms for boys & girls, library and plenty of other amenities are the main attributes of the department.

In 2010, an M. Tech program in Communication Engineering & Signal Processing began with an intake of 18 students. In the year 2015, a turning point in academics, we have conducted an international conference E-SPACE. In 2016, the department became a Research Centre of APJAKTU. The Dept. participates in the biennial international conference ICETEST in the Electronics, Communication and Signal Processing stream.

In 2020 department has started a new M. Tech. programme in VLSI & Embedded Systems with an intake of 18 students. An additional division of B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering has got KTU and AICTE approval. Dept. has also proposed a new B.Tech program in Cyber Physical Systems and an M.Tech program in Robotics and Automation.

The Electronics & Communication Engineering Association regularly conduct the technical event “Quintessence”. Sports, games and arts festivals and competitions are also co-ordinated by the ECE association. Hard working students, faculty and technical supporting staff are the distinctive characteristics of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Research guidance is offered by faculty of the department in various areas. Currently there are 3 full time and 3 part-time PhD scholars in the Dept. Read more...