B.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)

"An efficient telecommunications network is the foundation upon which an information society is built." - Jalal Abu-Ghazaleh

The importance of online communication has expanded in recent years, and as electronics forms the backbone of this domain, the role of an Electronics and Communication Engineer becomes pivotal. Our students are exposed to the fundamentals of electrical and electronic engineering and are trained to apply that knowledge to drive communication innovations.

ECE courses like Signals & Systems, Communications, VLSI, and Embedded Systems are introduced in the early semesters. Electronics Workshops, Discipline Elective baskets, Open Elective baskets are specially created courses that aim to give students practical experience in the design of electronic circuits, and advanced communication systems. Students have the flexibility to study courses through MOOC platforms. The students can opt for internship during their final semester.

The campus has a state-of-the-art Microwave and Antenna Lab involved in the research work in the area of RF systems, Electromagnetic waves and Antenna design. The facilities include

  • Anechoic Chamber
  • 5 axis automated Antenna positioner
  • Spectrum Analyzer (9KHz – 30 GHz)
  • VNA (upto 6 GHz)

Most of the research is being done in areas like broadband antennas, microwave integrated circuits, and micro-strip antennas. Today to name a few, we have a strong alumni network in organisations like Oracle-USA, Accenture, Maruti, Infosys, TCS, Samsung, Cognizant, Capgemini, HCL, Nokia, Airtel, Trident, IBM, Godrej, DHL, Wipro, Knorr Bremse, NTT Data Services, Research organizations, Defence services etc. The highest package offered is to the tune of INR 12 LPA.

No. of Seats: 75

You are a great fit for this course if you:

  • Have an innovative mind to drive new ideas in the field of communication
  • Would like to research and develop more sustainable methods for existing issues
  • Are good at mathematics and learning more complex mathematical techniques