The Department offers BTech in Electronics and Communication Engineering, MTech in VLSI Design, MTech in Embedded Systems, MTech by Research and PhD Full-time and External programmes.
BTech in Electronics and Communication Engineering
BTech in Electronics and Communication Engineering is a four years programme with an intake of 120. The curriculum offers a blend of fundamental courses coupled with advance level courses in tune with the latest trends in the field of electronics and communication engineering and technology. A wide range of choice is offered through department, institute and university electives, multidisciplinary Minors and courses including humanities and social sciences.
The Minor Programme
The students have the flexibility of earning a Minor in a specialised domain offered by the Department/ Institute/ University by earning 15 additional credits.
The Minors are offered from the fifth semester onwards and are listed below for ready reference.
Minor offered by the Department
Minors offered by the Institute of Technology
Minors offered by the Institute of Management
Minor offered by the Department of Design
Postgraduate Programme (MTech)
The Department offers MTech in two specialisations-
MTech programme is a two years (four semester) programme, where the first two semesters involve core and advanced level courses and laboratory work followed by a one-year project. The project work is carried out in industries, R&D Organisations or in-house. The project typically has a strong research component. Each programme has an intake of 18 students.
Postgraduate Programme (MTech by Research)
MTech (by Research) enables the industry aspirants to pursue their post-graduation in Electronics and Communication Engineering. The programme has a customised blend of courses for domain specific knowledge acquisition and allied research. The programme involves one semester of course-work followed by undertaking a research problem culminating into a thesis at the end of minimum three years.
Doctoral programme focuses on original research that can lead to publications in premier conferences, refereed journals and filing of patents. Scholars are required to undergo the mandatory coursework related to the research problem, followed by research work. The time required to complete doctoral programme may vary – however a typical time frame is four years.