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Welcome to ECE Department

The Department of Electronics and communication engineering was established in 2009. The department has the constructive and valuable guidance of the management, ECE department has been making an all round progress. The ECE department has well experienced & qualified Faculties and eleven well equipped and furnished laboratories.

Today the department is rated as to one among the leading departments among various colleges of the university. The courses offered are updated regularly to keep pace with the growing demands of the industry and the research community. The laboratories consist of all the latest equipments to meet the dynamic changes in the curriculum.

OBJECTIVE

  1. To motivate the Graduates to be successful in the professional practice of engineering or other related fields. They will obtain employment appropriate to their background, interests, and education and will advance in their career field.
  2. Graduates will engage in life-long learning; e.g., advanced education/degrees, professional development activities, and/or other career-appropriate options.
  3. Graduates who are employed within engineering fields will demonstrate technical competence, such as identifying, formulating, analyzing, and creating engineering solutions using appropriate current engineering techniques, skills, and tools.
  4. As appropriate to their professional or educational positions, graduates will
    • Effectively communicate technical information in multiple formats,
    • Function effectively on teams,
    • Develop and apply electrical/computer engineering solutions within global, societal, and environmental contexts.

QUALITY POLICY

  • Our quality policy is to continuously strive for over-all development of the ECE department and the students. Our policy is to provide best inputs to the students and to develop them to imbibe the spirit of professionalism, dedication & commitment.
  • To make it work for everybody in organization, the quality policy is implemented in ECE departments as well as administrative block. When a person/student joins the organization he is made aware of the quality policy of the institution. Head of the department review the output of the efforts made by teachers every month & deviations from the parameters of the policy are identified. For Guest Lectures eminent personalities are invited to the college to enhance confidence, commitment & skills of the teachers/students.
  • Opening new avenues of success, leadership, achievement and career building with strong industry institution interaction.
  • Emphasizing an all round development of personality of students so as to prepare them to undertake bigger challenges and responsibilities as a successful professional.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  • Utilize the basic knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering.
  • Identify, formulate and solve complex problems to achieve demonstrated conclusions using mathematical principles and engineering sciences.
  • Design system components that meet the requirement of public safety and offer solutions to the societal and environmental concerns.
  • Design and conduct experiments, analyze, synthesize and interpret the data pertaining to engineering problems.
  • Construct, choose and apply the techniques, resources and modern engineering tools required for engineering applications.
  • Apply the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and endure the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Examine the impact of engineering solutions in global and environmental contexts and utilize the knowledge for sustained development.
  • Develop consciousness of professional, ethical and social responsibilities as experts in the field of engineering.
  • Perform effectively as a member/leader in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Communicate the engineering activities to engineering society to prepare for documentation and presentation.
  • Demonstrate knowledge in engineering principles to manage projects in multidisciplinary teams
  • Demonstrate resourcefulness for contemporary issues and lifelong learning.

Department Information and Details

Approved Intake

2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
20013-14
2014-15
120
120
120
120
120
120
No. of Faculty Members
Teaching Staff
Non-Teaching Staff
17
1
Experience of Faculty
Experience
No. of Faculty
Less than 2 years
Nil
2 to 5 years
7
More than 5 years
8

 
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