FAQs:

How long it does generally takes to complete engineering?

It takes 4 years for the completion of the course.

What is the cost of tuition?

The tuition fees information is available at the Accounts office.

What is the scope of Electronics and telecommunication engineering?

It is a multidisciplinary branch of Engineering and the graduates are eligible for the different fields like

Telecommunication, Power sector, Hardware manufacturing, Television industry and many more.

 

What are the research opportunities for this program?

The Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering is one of the emerging fields of science and it has plenty of scope for research through Masters in Technology, Masters in Science and PhD programs in India as well as abroad.

Is there a scope for internship?

Yes. Many of the IT companies and Government Organizations offer internship for students.

What sort of jobs do your graduates get?

Quite a variety actually. Of course many will work for companies engaged in electronic engineering, including the communications/IT/computing sectors, but it is also common for our graduates to find employment as management consultants in ‘the City’. Like most engineering degrees, our programmes are popular with a very wide range of employers. Our graduates are numerate and have had extensive experience of problem solving, working in teams and justifying their work through presentations, so it is hardly surprising that they find themselves in demand.

 

 

What is an average day studying Electronic Engineering like?

We keep our undergraduate students fairly busy. It is best to imagine that you will have to commit yourself 9am-5pm most days to the course. Don’t imagine this means that you would be attending lectures for eight hours a day! The timetable involves a variety of activities as well as time set aside for working on problem-solving and design exercises. A typical day might involve three lectures, a tutorial or problem class or maybe time for personal study and, on certain days, a full-day laboratory session or key skills lecture

Is there much ‘homework’?

Most of our students would answer ‘yes’ to this question. Reading material before attending lectures and laboratories is essential to get the most out of these sessions. Setting you problems to study in your own time helps you learn by reinforcing lecture material. There are also coursework assignments and laboratory reports to write up.

What is Electronics and why should one opt for Electronics & Communication Engineering?

Electronics is the profession of applying scientific principles to the design and development, fabrication, repair & maintenance of Electrical/Electronic Machines, Instruments and Communication systems. Prior knowledge of Electronics is required in all domains of engineering like Chemical, Aeronautical, Electrical, Mechanical, Computer, Civil, Automobile sectors etc.

What kind of Infrastructure is available in the department?

 The department has state of the art, modern and well-equipped Laboratories and smart class rooms with adequate facilities. One separate laboratory course is associated with each core course in the undergraduate program. Some of the prominent Labs are Embedded Systems Lab, Digital IC design Lab, MATLAB, ORCAD Lab, Advanced Communication Lab, Microwave Lab, Advanced Digital System Design Lab, Microcontroller & Application Lab etc.

What are the programs offered to improve the employability of students?


We organize regular workshops and conduct seminars on the latest topics like in the area of Embedded Systems, Wireless Communication Systems and Robotics etc for value addition of the students. Regular programme for overall personality & career skill development are organized with the help of expert trainers. Regular Industrial visits are also organized to give the students about the feel of work culture in the industry.

What is the scope of research in the department?

Research is the main focus in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology in general. Latest equipment and software are available in the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and moreover the students can access e-Journals (IEEE & Springer etc), to explore latest developments.

What kind of faculty is available in the department of Electronics & communication Engineering?


The core faculty in the department comprises distinguished academicians from the best institutions and leading professionals from the corporate world with rich industry experience. The faculty lays great emphasis on continuous evaluation by means of well-designed tutorials and practical experiments. Every effort is made to reinforce the concepts taught in the classroom. Apart from teaching, the faculty members have been vigorously pursuing research and have been regularly publishing research papers in various National and International Journals of repute as well as in prestigious conferences.