Department Overview

The department of ECE was established in 2001 with an intake of 60 students for UG program. Now. The intake is 420.The department also runs Post graduate programs M.Tech (ECE) with specialization in Digital Electronics and Communication Engineering (DECE), Digital Systems and Computer Electronics (DSCE) with an intake of 18 students in each course.

The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty with Fourteen Professors, Eleven Associate Professors and Sixty Seven Assistant Professors. The department has good infrastructural facilitates and is equipped with full-fledged laboratories. The department also has audio-visual facilities with Eight LCD’s and Eight OHP’s for effective teaching. The staff members are deputed to participate in workshops, conferences, symposia and refresher courses to keep in pace with recent developments in the field of Electronics & Communications Engineering.

Students of this department actively participate in National-level Student Paper Contests being organized at IIT's, NIT's and various other Engineering Colleges. Some of them have also been awarded in these contests.

The teaching faculty is actively engaged in research and they published papers in National/International conference proceedings/Journals. As a part of the curriculum, Industrial visits are arranged for students. The Institute has an IETE & IEEE Student's Chapter. The students actively participate in the various activities of IETE and IEEE.


OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT :

  • To impart good technical knowledge to the students.
  • To fulfill the needs of the society in the various fields related to Electronics & Communication Engineering.
  • To organize training programs / workshops for upgrading staff performance.
  • To establish Industry-Institute Interaction.
  • To publish technical papers in National/ International journals.

New initiatives are being taken to improve academic performance of students. Efforts are being put to increase the percentage of first classes and distinctions and hence placements.