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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
VISION:

To achieve excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering by imparting knowledge, practical skills, and ethical values. Transform students into assets for industrial and societal development through sustainable technological growth.
 
MISION:

1. Improve how we teach and learn by using new and creative methods to develop engineers who can
compete on a global level.
2. Focus on research in Communication, Signal Processing, and VLSI to find lasting solutions that benefit i
ndustries.
3. Teach professional ethics, values, and encourage a business-minded approach to meet the changing
needs of both industries and society
.
 
For AY 23-24
 
Courses offered:
Diploma : Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering (DECE)-120 Seats
B.Tech :   Electronics in Communication Engineering (ECE)- 60 Seats
M.Tech:   VLSI Design & Embedded Systems- 18 Seats
Career Prospects :

What makes ECE such a compelling career choice for the youth of the nation? Compared to its peers such as mechanical or civil engineering, it’s relatively young. It isn’t even as old as its cousin, electrical engineering! It’s more in the same boat as its distant cousins, computer science engineering, and Information Technology.

All that aside, where is this massive popularity for the course stemming from, exactly? Is it a question of the job opportunities available? At its core, electronics and communication engineering has a foot in every door within the niche it occupies.

– You learn the basics of electronics and how it integrates into modern-day applications.

– You also know the principles of computing and the foundations of electronic and communication that we consider mainstream today.

Job Opportunities with ECE :

  •  IOT Developer

  • Embedded Engineer

  • Machine Learning Engineer

  • VLSI

  • Circuit Design

  • Chip Design

  • Mobile Communications

  • Automation & Controls Engineer

  • Networking

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