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Overview

Electronics & Communication Engineering deals with the electronic devices, circuits, communication equipments like transmitter, receiver, integrated circuits (IC). It also deals with basic electronics, analog and digital transmission & reception of data, voice and video (Example AM, FM, DTH), microprocessors, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antenna and wave progression. It aims to deepen the knowledge and skills of the students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them in their professional work involving analysis, systems implementation, operation, production, and maintenance of the various applications in the field of Electronics and Communications Engineering.
The main objective of the B.Tech (ECE) program is to equip students with necessary core competency to succeed long-term in engineering / entrepreneurship careers after completing their B.Tech and are preparing to undertake PG studies and research as career options.
As a discipline, ECE focuses on the design of underlying hardware systems. The curriculum is directed to applications in major areas such as telecommunications, energy and electronics sectors, while encouraging development of necessary skills for integration of hardware and software components.

Course Benefits

1. Demonstrate the ability to analyze, design and improve practical hardware systems.
2. Show the ability to communicate effectively and work well on team-based engineering projects.
3. Succeed in entry-level Electronics engineering positions.
4. Pursue continued professional development, including professional registration if desired.
5. Successfully pursue engineering graduate studies and research if desired.

Course Content

The total duration of this course is 4 years. Students apply the acquired knowledge in basic sciences and mathematics in solving Electronics and Communication Engineering problems with technical, economic, environmental and social contexts. Under electronics and communication department a student can design, build and test analog & digital electronic systems for given specifications.

Year 1

Student will study basic of electronics engineering in this year. Two main modules will be studied: elements of electronics engineering and basic of electrical engineering. These two modules help the student to prepare the base of other subjects in the coming years as they study digital circuits, analog circuits and electrical circuits. In addition to these modules workshop technology in also done where practical experiments are performed in the lab and electronics components such as CRO, Function generator, various power supplies are studied. Fabrication, assembly and waveform observations of rectifiers are performed under this workshop.

Year 2

In this year student will study the electronics devices such as MOSFET’s and BJT’s in detail to define, understand and explain the structure, V-I characteristics, working and applications of analog electronic devices like diodes, Bipolar Junction Transistors(BJTs) and MOSFETs. Network theory helps them to understand, define and explain the concepts of loop and node analysis, network topology and resonant circuits. The knowledge of network theorems, laplace transformation and state -space analysis to two port networks to obtain desired parameters. In this module electromagnetic theory helps students to define, understand, and explain concepts on electrostatics and magnetostatics, Time varying fields and Maxwell’s equations, wave propagation in different media, concepts on reflection and dispersion of plane waves. In Analog electronics students learn to conduct experiments using analog electronic components and electronic instruments to function as switch, regulator, clippers, clampers, small signal amplifiers, oscillators, power amplifiers and in Digital electronics they improve their ability to understand, define and explain the fundamental concepts of Digital circuits, ability to analyze digital circuits and arrive at suitable conclusions. Analyze the given specifications of static and time varying Electric, Magnetic fields, uniform plane waves in various configurations/ distributions

Year 3

In this year Digital system design & Analog electronics circuits helps students to analyze analog electronic circuits such as Op-amp amplifiers, rectifiers, filters, waveform generators, PLL, data converters, regulators, comparators ,555 timers etc. to obtain voltage /current/waveform at different points that meet desired specifications. Students learn to use analog electronic components, electronic instruments to function as amplifiers, comparators, rectifiers, filters, astable and monostable circuits using 555, data converters. Microprocessor interfacing and Microcontroller & Embedded system is taught to understand and explain computer based and memory based architecture, microcontroller, pipelining, addressing modes, and data types in Embedded C, basics of serial communication, timer configuration and interrupt handling. VLSI improves student’s knowledge in MOS Transistor CO2 Design combinational and sequential circuits using CMOS gates CO3 and to identify the sources of power dissipation in a CMOS circuit. Microwave and Radar engineering is studied to learn the performance of specialized microwave tubes such as klystron, reflex klystron, magnetron and travelling wave tube.

Year 4

In final year DSP (Digital Signal Processing) helps students to classify signals and systems, obtain the output for LTI systems using the time domain and the frequency domain representation, obtain the frequency domain representation for continuous time signals, obtain the transfer function, pole-zero plot of the Butterworth filters and help them to Choose appropriate decimation and interpolation factors for high performance filters. Satellite communication helps students to understand the orbital and functional principles of satellite communication systems and they learn to analyze and evaluate a satellite link and suggest enhancements to improve the link performance. Optical fiber communication also teaches students to identify and characterize different components of an Optical Fiber Communication link & Analyze optical source, Fiber and Detector operational parameters. Mobile communication and wireless communication helps student’s to know the evolution of cellular communication systems upto and beyond 3G and proper multiple accessing methods depending on channel model. It gives knowledge to calculate key performance metrics of a cellular communication system.
Apart from this in the 8th semester there is provision of 4 month training/project. The students are required to undergo Industrial Training or Institutional Project Work of duration not less than 4 months in a related organization or concerned institute.

Methods of Learning

We use a variety of teaching methods, ranging from lectures and group tutorials to small groups in laboratories. Students are encouraged to use additional recommended reading material for private study to consolidate the formal learning process, and to broaden and deepen their understanding.

Lectures

You are expected to attend 4 lectures of 50 min each week. The lectures will present a range of concepts, perspectives and ideas about the topic for that week. The topics covered in the lectures will be assessed in the sessionals and semester exams. It will also help you strengthen your fundamentals.

Readings

You are expected to do the readings before your lectures. It is crucial that you do the readings prior to the lectures in order to participate effectively in class discussions and to pass the exams.

Laboratories

You are expected to attend labs each week.
All experiments, as per university syllabus shall be conducted. Students have to prepare their lab manuals.

Assessments

Theory Assessment

Your assessment has two major components designed to fit in with the learning objectives of this unit of study. Whether you are delivering an oral presentation, answering an exam question or writing the exam, you must argue and use evidence:

Components Assessment task Value of final mark
External Final Exam 100
InternalSessionals35
Assignments10
Employability5

You must complete each of the above components to pass the subject and fulfill the attendance requirements. That means, to pass, you must attend and participate in 75% of the lectures and laboratories. Failure to complete one of the above components will mean you fail the subject.

Semester Exam (Assessment weightage, 100 marks)

The Semester Exam is of 100 marks which includes 9 questions in total. 1 st question is compulsory and then section-wise the other questions are distributed. There will be 4 sections in the question paper. Every Section consists of 2 questions in which you have to attempt only one question. Each question will be of 20 marks.

Sessionals (Assessment weightage 35/50)

2 sessionals shall be conducted during the semester. Students are to note that both exams are compulsory. The weightage for sessionals shall be as follows:

Exam Percentage
1st Sessional50%
2nd Sessional50%

Laboratory Assessment

Components Assessment task Value of final mark
External & Internal Attendance 20
Lab Performance10
Viva10
Project10

Project (Assessment weightage, 10/50 marks)

Students have to prepare a Working Project in a group of 3-4 members. Assessment will be done on the basis of their synopsis, project execution, presentation and report, details of which will be provided by the project guide.

Employability (Assessment weightage, 5/50 marks)

Employability is “a set of achievements – skills, understandings and personal attributes – that make graduates more likely to gain employment and be successful in their chosen occupations, which benefits themselves, the workforce, the community and the economy
This program will cover the following areas:-
Arithmetic Aptitude, Verbal Reasoning/Non Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability, Logical Reasoning and Value Added Course (VAC) which is a technical course.
For all the Non technical and technical (important) subjects, assignments AMCAT exam will be conducted, and on the basis of these, students will be evaluated for the same.

Personality Development Programme (PDP)

Personality development is the growth and development of thinking, perception, attitude, nature, behaviour and activities that differentiate among people. It is a tool to bring out one’s abilities and powers for making oneself aware of the inner self and become more confident to face the outside world.

Career

There is guaranteed huge demand for competent engineers in electronic industry to cope this demand in technology.
o Consumer electronics manufacturing organization ,
o Telecommunication,
o IT industries,
o Health care equipment manufacturing ,
o Mobile communication(2G,3G,4G),
o Internet technologies,
o Power Electronics,
o and other industries like steel, petroleum and chemical industry, directing control and testing production process.
o Automobile
o Mechantronics

Electrical Technicians and Technologists can specialize in technical sales, product representation, systems management, the design and manufacture of electronic devices and systems, or the installation, maintenance and repair of electronic systems and equipment.
They may also work with computers and electronic equipment in the
o Medical,
o Manufacturing,
o Industrial control,
o Telecommunications,
o Aeronautical and
o Military fields.
Electronics and Communication Engineers are acquired by top recruiters (both private and government) like DMRC, Siemens, Motorola, Intel, Texas Instruments, BEL, ISRO, DRDO, Accenture, Wipro, HCL Technologies, Samsung, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, TCS, MTNL, AIR, BSNL, Indian Air force, Indian Navy, Railways, Bharat Electronics Ltd and Flextronics and Philips Electronics and many more.
Moreover they can become Entrepreneurs also with little or zero investment. All these developments have been fueled by advances in communications technology. New protocols and coding schemes, new ways to represent video, images and speech as data, new means of delivering this information to users via cable, fiber, and increasingly via radio are constantly being emerged.
The average salary of an Electronics and Communication degree holder is between INR 2 lakh and INR 4.5 lakh per annum. Fresher candidates usually get a starting salary of INR 20,000 to INR 30,000 per month depending upon their interview performance and knowledge.

Eligibility Criteria


SR.NO Course Name Branch Qualification Min Percentage
1 B.Tech ME 10+2 50%
2 B.Tech ECE 10+2 50%
3 B.Tech CSE 10+2 50%
4 B.Tech CIVIL 10+2 50%
5 MBA Graduation 50%
6 BBA 10+2 50%


Admission Procedure


  • 1. Student seeking admission in any of the courses offered by the University must first register himself/herself at the Institute and can call the no's 8527753334/35/36.
  • 2. Candidate registered with the Institute has to fill the Admission Application Form prescribed by the Institute and has to attach the necessary testimonials in original and two photocopies each along with six passport size photographs of student.
  • 3. The application form and the necessary documents will then be processed by the Institute and sent to the University for admission. Candidate is required to submit the application form along with the documents before the 15 august of every year
  • 4. Student should carefully check their eligibility of their qualifications while taking admission in a particular course of the University. In case of non-eligibility Institute will not be responsible for the cancellation of admission and fees will not be refunded.
  • 5. The admission to B.Tech (Four Year Programme) for the session 2018-19, shall be done by Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES) through online off campus counseling. Eligibility is as per HSTES rules.

Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (B.Tech) :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Course Fee 95,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 97,000.00



Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (M.B.A) :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Course Fee 90,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 92,000.00



Fee Structure Academic year 2018-19 (B.B.A) :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Course Fee 60,000.00
2 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00
3 Total Fee 62,000.00



Hostel Fee :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Hostel Fee AC 75,000.00
2 Hostel Fee NON-AC 65,000.00
3 Security Fee ( Refundable) 2,000.00



Transport Fee :

SR.NO FEE HEAD FEE
1 Transport Fee As per Location



Scholarship for Prospective Students* :

Details Criteria Slab Male Female
% Marks in class
12th or equivalent (PCM)
91% and above 100% 100%
86%-90% 50% 75%
81%-85% 30% 50%
75%-80% 20% 25%
70%-74% 10%
Jee (main)
rank
upto-50000 100% 100%
50001-75000 70% 70%
75001-100000 35% 35%
* Condition Apply(Tution Fee)