About ECE Department

India is the fourth largest telecom market in Asia. The Indian telecom market is eighth largest in the world and second largest among emerging economies.

The industry has witnessed an explosive growth in the field of electronics in the recent years. India has institutions that are deeply rooted in the principles of democracy and Justice. This ensures a transparent, predictable and secure environment for development of electronics field. The Indian market presents a unique opportunity as compared to developed countries, hence increasing the attractiveness of the Indian market. In the engineering field, electronics branch is one of the most significant as it reflects today's changing technology. It has become a must-know field as it forms the base for all other engineering branches. To comply with the present day requirements & keep pace with the recent technology, the course is designed to provide the students with technical know-how. The department therefore aims to ensure that the students excel in hardware as well as software technologies.

The department was established during the inception of the institute in 2009. Since its commencement, the primary objective of the department has been to impart quality education, training and research at the undergraduate and postgraduate in various areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering with broad emphasis on design aspects of electronic systems.

The focus of the B.Tech. degree programme is on 'Wireless Communications'. The curriculum is so designed as to give adequate emphasis on the digital processing of information for efficient communication over noisy channels.

In tune with the above objective, the syllabus features core courses like Statistical Theory of Communication , D S P Architectures and Systems, Communication Switching Systems, Computer Networks, Communication Electronic Circuits, Microwave Components and Circuits, Satellite Communication, Photonic Devices and Systems, giving a balanced coverage of the theory and practice of modern Communication Engineering.

The core programme is supplemented and further reinforced by a well-chosen set of elective courses permitting the students to specialize either in the software or the hardware aspect of Communication Systems.