Programme Educational Objectives

To impart to the students knowledge in basic sciences, engineering sciences and humanities to understand the societal context of engineering.

The three primary foundations of Electronics and Communication Engineering are calculus, discrete mathematics and physics. Calculus is the foundation for any engineering endeavor. Discrete mathematics is the basis for the Electronics and Communication related components of the programme. Physics is the basis for the Electrical Engineering related components of the programme. Students must have a firm foundation in math, science, and engineering in order to apply that knowledge to solve Electronics and Communication Engineering problems in any career that utilizes an Electronics and communication Engineering education.

To impart technology based engineering education to students for developing their analytical skills leading to optimization in system design.

Electronics and communication engineering involves problem solving at two levels the use of Electronics and communication technology (hardware and software) to solve a useful real-world problems, and the problem solving ability required to design and develop an Electronics and Communication Engineering system (hardware and software). These skills strongly impact on career success, and have moderate impact on effectiveness in diverse environments and leadership. Analytical skills developed by means of curriculum courses such as Signals and Systems(*ECE-36), Semiconductor Devices and Circuits (*ECE-25), Elements of Electronics Engineering (*ECE-14), Electrical Technology (*ECE-06), Network Analysis and Synthesis (*ECE-22), Data Structures (*ECE-24), Control System Engineering(*ECE-50), Digital Communication (*ECE-53), Computer Communication Networks(*ECE-55), Microprocessors and Interfacing(*ECE-45), Microcontroller(*ECE-58),Embedded System Design(*ECE-67), Artificial Intelligence(*ECE-59) and Digital Signal Processing(*ECE-52) and through extensive use of practical knowledge delivering.

To make students capable to be effective in multidisciplinary and diverse professional environments so that they become capable to work with product based projects through applied research.

Electronics and communication engineering is a cross-cutting discipline which is applied in a wide variety of domains. Furthermore, it is itself a multi-disciplinary domain, bringing together relevant aspects of Electronics and Telecommunication, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics Computing to Embed Systems Design.

To make students capable to function as an individual or as a part of a team, therefore, enhancing their leadership and cooperative abilities to fulfill the needs of industry, locally and globally.

Practically any team experience in Electronics and Communication Engineering is thus fundamentally a multi-disciplinary activity, which includes various fields, either it is Electrical, Computer Engineering or Sciences, Mechanical Engineering and Bio-Technology etc. Therefore, solving large problems in Electronics and communication Engineering requires a team effort. Engineers work with one another to combine their strengths and the level of work within depth knowledge of all the components to reach to a solution are too great to be handled by a single person. So, students must capable to function as an individual or as a part of a team, therefore, enhancing their leadership and cooperative abilities by providing such types of academic environment to fulfill the needs of industry locally and globally.

To develop the desire to keep learning throughout life and a passion towards modern technical engineering tools for understanding professional and ethical standards. Engineering tools for understanding professional and ethical standards.

This objective is essentially the same as for any engineer. Our curriculum requires the students to design many systems involving software or hardware, or systems that require a synthesis of the two. The first step of the engineering design process is to develop a specification and ensure that it meets the needs of the customer. Subsequently, a system (software and/or hardware) must be designed to meet those specifications. Since computing techniques changes so rapidly, that some aspects of the knowledge of a Electronics and communication engineering quickly become obsolete, while others (such as mathematical foundations of Electronics and communication Engineering) remain constant. So, to work in diverse disciplinary, ethic, or cultural environments, one must be open to learning foreign ways.

To motivate students to serve and to benefit the society in a constructive manner by developing soft skills and hard skills in them through training of teachers.

Electronics and communication engineering Undergraduates must be equipped with an ability to use modern computing techniques and skills, software and hardware tools needed to solve Electronics and communication engineering problems, at both levels of problem- solving discussed in Programme educational objective (2). Such skills strongly impact career success and continuing enhancement of knowledge, and moderately impact effectiveness in multi- disciplinary environments and leadership. Therefore, a platform is provided to them to indulge in extra curricular and co-curricular activities as well as opportunities to work on modern technology based projects.

Programme outcomes

List of Programme Outcomes

  1. Knowledge of basic sciences, humanities and engineering.
  2. Identify, formulate and analyze to solve complex engineering problems.
  3. Capable to design and integrate the systems.
  4. Able to work as an individual and in multidisciplinary team.
  5. An ability to engage in life-long learning.
  6. Ability to communicate effectively.
  7. Knowledge of latest technical design tools.
  8. To design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and understand data.
  9. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  10. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  12. To design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.