Electronics is one of the most important manufacturing sectors in the world today. The expectation that next generation computer and communications products will be far more powerful than before is seen in all products incorporating electronics.

The Electronics and Telecommunication engineering program encompasses areas such as Telecommunications, Data Networks, Signal Processing, Digital Systems, Embedded Computing, Intelligent Systems, Electronics, Optoelectronics, Solid-State Devices and a lot more. Students participate in live projects to gain hands on experience.

  • As per the credit based Semester and Grading System has been introduced with effect from the Academic Year 2012 - 13

  • As a part of Continuous Internal Assessment the student has to appear for two tests during the semester and the average marks shall be considerd for End Semester Exam. (No re-test will be conducted. )

  • The Final Year grade shall be determined on the basis of performance of the student across all the eight semesters.


Semester 1

  • Applied Mathematics - I
  • Applied Physics I
  • Applied Chemistry I
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Environmental Studies
  • Basic Workshop Practice - I

Semester 2

  • Applied Mathematics - II
  • Applied Physics II
  • Applied Chemistry II
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Structured Programming Approach
  • Communication Skills
  • Basic Workshop Practice - II

Semester 3

  • Applied Mathematics – III
  • Analog Electronics I
  • Digital Electronics
  • Circuitsand Transmission Lines
  • Electronic Instruments and Measurements
  • Object Oriented Programming Methodology

Semester 4

  • Applied Mathematics IV
  • Analog Electronics II
  • Microprocessors and Peripherals
  • Wave Theory and Propagation
  • Signals and Systems
  • Control Systems
  • Software Simulation lab

Semester 5

  • Microcontrollers and Applications
  • Analog Communication
  • Random Signal Analysis
  • RF Modeling and Antennas
  • Integrated Circuits
  • Business Communication and Ethics
  • Mini Project I

Semester 6

  • Digital Communication
  • Discrete Time Signal Processing
  • Computer Communication and Telecom Networks
  • Television Engineering
  • Operating Systems
  • VLSI Design
  • Mini Project II

Semester 7

  • Image and Video Processing
  • Mobile Communication
  • Optical Communication and Networks
  • Microwave and Radar Engineering
  • Data Compression and Encryption
  • Statistical Signal Processing
  • Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic
  • Analog and Mixed Signal VLSI

Semester 8

  • Wireless Networks
  • Satellite communication and Networks
  • Internet and Voice Communication
  • Speech Processing
  • Telecom Network Management
  • Microwave Integrated Circuits
  • Ultra Wideband Communication