Programme overview

This programme has a specific focus on critical areas like telecommunications, electricity, and electronics. Its primary goal is to foster the development of the skills necessary to integrate hardware and software components. The programme encompasses the examination of the design, analysis, and practical application of circuits related to electronics and communication. B.Tech. ECE is a four-year programme comprising eight semesters, with two semesters scheduled per year. Each semester concludes with both practical and theoretical examinations. The curriculum is designed to establish a strong foundation in electronics and communications engineering, covering essential subjects such as analogue & Digital Communications, Signals and Structures, Modern Logic & Circuits, and Coding, among others.

  • 4 Years

    Duration of Program

  • UG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Well-equipped labs with simulation facilities
Regular ICT use and content development
Integrated workstations for project development
One TOT-certified skill trainer
Advanced Robotics Lab Setup

How will you benefit

Wide Range of Career Opportunities: Diverse career paths in industries like telecommunications, electronics, IT, aerospace, and manufacturing.
Technical Expertise: Strong foundation in electronics, communication systems, signal processing, and microelectronics.
Problem-Solving Skills: Enhance critical thinking and analytical abilities for complex circuit and system problem-solving.
Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Skills to start innovative ventures in electronics and communication.

What will you study

Analogue and Digital Electronics: Understanding the fundamentals of analogue and digital electronic circuits and devices.

Signals and Systems: Learning about signal analysis, Fourier transforms, system modeling, and signal processing techniques.

Electromagnetic Field Theory: Studying the behavior of electromagnetic fields, including Maxwell's equations, transmission lines, and wave propagation.

Communication Systems: Exploring various communication techniques, such as modulation, coding, multiplexing, and wireless communication systems.

PSO1- Apply basic science and mathematics to analyse complex engineering problems.

PSO2- Gather requirement specifications, design, and test electronic systems.

PSO3- Apply EDA tools to design linear and digital IC systems.

PSO4- Specify, design, and test power supplies for electronic systems, including battery management, and power amplifiers.

PSO5- Analyse and design noise-free analogue and digital communication systems.

PSO6- Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of evolving state-of-the-art communication systems.

PSO7- Select partitioning technologies for the implementation of wired and wireless communication systems.

PSO8- Understand and practise professional ethics.

PSO9- Work in a team using technical skills, common tools, and environments to achieve the project objective.

PSO10- Communicate effectively with peers and others.

PSO11- Understand how organisations work, develop optimal models, generate wealth, and manage their finances.

PSO12- Pursue lifelong learning as a means of enhancing knowledge and skills for continuous professional advancement.

PO1- Prepare students for careers in industry, academia, and government organisations by fostering in them the technical capabilities pertinent to electronics and allied engineering and interpersonal skills necessary to succeed in their fields, as well as the foundation for lifelong learning.

PO2- Lead the way in electronics engineering-based research and other scholarly activities.

PO3- Provide technical knowledge, leadership, guidance, and support to industry, government establishments, and the general public.

The objectives of the undergraduate programme are to provide students with an excellent academic experience and to equip them with the ability to solve a broad range of problems in our rapidly changing technological, economic, and social environment. To this end, the Faculty is committed to educating students to have:

PEO1- Strong foundation and knowledge in engineering fundamentals with a capacity to know how, when, and where to use the knowledge in specific ways;

PEO2- An ability to identify, formulate, analyse, and solve engineering problems and a capacity to integrate material from more than one subject and to apply appropriate engineering principles to arrive at correct and effective solutions;

PEO3- Comprehensive knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering practise, including an ability to use analytical techniques, experimental and laboratory skills, and modern engineering simulation and design software tools;

PEO4- A broad knowledge of the principles and skills in engineering design, development, and management in global, cultural, and business contexts;

PEO5- A multidisciplinary view with an ability to work effectively as members of teams composed of individuals from different disciplines and different professional cultures;

PEO6- Strong oral and written communication skills with a capacity to produce effective technical documents and use current communication techniques and tools;

PEO7- A culture of life-long learning with a capacity to engage in continuous self-improvement, personal enrichment, and professional development; and

PEO8- A broad sense of social, ethical, and professional responsibility with a capacity to demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of the human dimension of technology and its impact on mankind.


  • Mathematics - I
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Introduction to Electronics
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Workshop Practice


Telecommunications Engineer
Network Engineer
Robotics Engineer
VLSI Engineer


To be eligible for admission, applicants must have successfully completed 10+2 or an equivalent examination from a recognised Board.

The essential subjects for eligibility include Phy...

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