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Electronics and Communication Engineering


PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  • Graduates will acquire knowledge in Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Basic Engineering to understand and analyze technical concepts related to Electronics and Communication Engineering and facilitate them to pursue higher studies to ensure sustained learning.
  • Graduates will be able to devise innovative ways towards the design and synthesis of the electronic circuits, digital and communication systems to solve critical and real time problems in their profession.
  • Graduates will be competent, creative and highly valued professionals in fulfilling their responsibility towards commercial and societal needs by adapting to a continually evolving field through Conceptualization, Validation, Implementation and practicing team bonding.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

  • Ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Physical science in systematic approach to support circuit analysis and modeling of electronics and communication systems to address core engineering problems.
  • Ability to identify, formulate and to analyze complex real time technical problems and infer conclusions by using their knowledge.
  • Ability to design and synthesis complex electronic circuits, digital systems, Communication system components and processes that meet specific demands with the awareness of societal, ecological, cultural and safety considerations.
  • Ability to conduct experiments specific to core domain, interpret resultant information and infer correct solutions.
  • Ability to select appropriate modeling techniques, software and hardware tools and usage of resources to create relevant solutions for complex ECE applications.
  • Ability to understand their role in society including safety, health and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering.
  • Knowledge to practice professional ethics, aware of global and contemporary issues in Environmental contexts and demonstrate skills to obtain sustainable solutions.
  • Effectively function as an individual, as a member and demonstrate leadership qualities in diverse and in multi-disciplinary scenarios to achieve a common goal.
  • Demonstrate skills to articulate ideas, communicate effectively, in writing and verbally, on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society.
  • Capability to understand engineering management principles to manage projects economically.
  • Ability to engage in continuing professional development.