PROGRAMMES

The Department of Electronics Engineering offers a six semester course in Electronics Engineering that leads to a diploma in Electronics Engineering. Diverse opportunities await students who successfully complete the electronics diploma course. The successful students have the option either for job opportunities or for higher studies in Engineering Colleges. Diploma holders in electronics could find placement both in the Government sector and in the private sectors. In the Government sector diploma holders are absorbed by enterprises like, Keltron, BSNL, ISRO, DRDO, Railway, LPSC, Technical Education Department, Military Services etc. In the private sector students have a wide range of choice from companies like HCL, Wipro, Infosys, and from companies established in Technoparks. A remarkable feature of our college is that Campus selection is conducted in the College every year by companies like V-Guard, HCL, etc. and students are selected by companies even before the results are out. The electronics diploma holder can get lateral entry into B.Tech degree in Engineering colleges or can go for AMIE.

The combination of two major branches of engineering, Electronics and Communication, is one of the largest and fastest growing sectors of the present industry. Electronics engineering distinguishes itself from other technical trades by the constant redefinition of its sphere of influence.

This stream of engineering deals with analog transmission, basic electronics, microprocessors, solid-state devices, digital and analog communication, analog integrated circuits, microwave engineering, satellite communication, antennae, and wave progression. It also deals with the manufacturing of electronic devices, circuits, and communications equipment.

The future of technology advancements is likely to depend on the developments in the electronics and communication field. Electronics and communication are the two primary pillars of our society these days. In the coming years, the trend will continue, and ECE will eventually emerge as one of the most prominent fields of engineering studies with substantial demand for ECE engineers all over the world.

VISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

To be a centre of excellence in moulding technologically competent and ethically motivated learners in Electronics & Communication Engineering stream, who are striving continuously to meet the challenging needs of industrial world as well as contributing to the sustainable development of society.

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To facilitate effective teaching learning process ensuring intellectual growth and skill acquisition to meet the ever-changing needs of industry and society.

  • To foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship skill development, moulding responsible citizens and professional leaders with moral values.

Syllabus

LABORATORIES/WORKSHOP

Basic Laboratory
In the basic lab we focus on training in handling electronic equipment, construction of small electronic circuits, and the detection of defects and faults in simple electronic systems. Our lab is equipped with CROS, Power Supplies, Signal generators and all the types of electronic components. This lab helps students to acquire a firm foundation in practical electronics.
Advanced Laboratory
This is one of the distinguished features of the course we offer. The advanced lab ensures that students get to know the best and the latest trends in the global electronics world. Students work with micro controllers, PLCs and Digital trainer kits. They also interface the working models with micro controller and PLC. The projects of students are based on these advanced systems and their programming.

Activities

Electronics Engineering Association
The Electronics Engineering Association is formed for the comprehensive and all-round development of the students as well as of the faculty. It conducts various curricular as well as extra-curricular activities throughout the academic year. The Association is planning to conduct seminars on various advanced subjects.

FACULTIES

HOD

Mrs. Malootty

LECTURER

Mrs Seena D.

LABORATORY STAFF

Mrs. Honeymol