Department of Electronics Engineering

About the Department

Dept. data last updated on :23/09/2021

The Department of Electronics Engineering was established in 1988. It has made significant progress since its inception and attained the status of a pioneering Department particularly in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology and in general in the University. It is the only department in the faculty of Engineering & Technology to have a coveted DSA-I (Department of special assistance) status from the UGC. This DSA status has been obtained in a record time of only ten years (after DRS-I and DRS-II) instead of fifteen years (after DRS-III) primarily on the basis of the quality of research publications in IEEE Transactions and other high impact journals. The department is looking forward to achieving the status of "Centre of Excellence" in the near future. It has well-qualified faculty with many PhDs from abroad and premier institutes of our country with a combined h-index of 45 (as of 13.02.2021).

The Department offers an undergraduate (B. Tech.) course in Electronics Engineering and two postgraduate (M.Tech.) courses in (1) Communication and Information System and (2) Electronic Circuits and Systems Design. The subjects offered at both, UG & PG levels cover almost all upcoming and areas of significance viz. Analog & Digital Electronics, Microelectronics, VLSI Design & Technology, Electronic Instrumentation, Control Systems, Analog & Digital Communications, Microwave Engineering, Radio, Television, Radars, Optical Communication, Satellite Communication, Mobile Communication, Computer Communication Networks, Image and Signal processing, etc. The well-equipped laboratories supplement a large number of these courses.

B.Tech. (Electronics Engg), M.Tech. (Communication and Information Systems) and M.Tech. (Electronic Circuits and Systems Design) programs of the department have been accredited by NBA for 5 years.


To produce quality engineers and scientists capable of providing sustainable solutions for complex problems and promoting cost-effective, indigenous technology for all sections of society.


1. To frame a well-balanced curriculum with an emphasis on basic theoretical knowledge as well as the requirements of the industry.

2. To motivate students to develop innovative solutions for the betterment of society.

3. Collaboration with the industry, research establishments, and other academic institutions to bolster the research and development activities





PO-1. Engineering Knowledge: Capability of applying knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering to solve Electronics engineering problems.

PO-2. Problem Analysis: Formulation and analysis of engineering problems using concepts of mathematics and engineering sciences.

PO-3. Design/Development of Solutions: Ability to provide design solutions for intricate engineering problems suited to the needs of society.

PO-4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Ability to use research-based knowledge and methods to draw conclusions for complex problems through the design of experiments, analysis, and interpretation of data.

PO-5. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO-6. The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning and gained knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO-7. Environment and Sustainability: Understanding the effect of engineering solutions on society and the environment for sustainable growth.

PO-8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO-9. Individual and Team Work: Ability to work independently as well as with diverse teams.

PO-10. Communication: Development of effective written and oral communication skills.

PO-11. Project Management and Finance: Ability to manage engineering projects effectively.

PO-12. Life-long Learning: Ability of independent thinking and lifelong learning.


PSO-1. Ability to apply the knowledge of Electronic Circuits, VLSI, Communication, and Signal Processing in the analysis and design of application-oriented systems.

PSO-2. Ability to use industry-standard tools and develop programming skills for the solutions of Electronics Engineering problems.



PO-1. Able to demonstrate expertise in the area of Communication and Information Systems.

PO-2. Able to independently carry out research and development work to solve practical problems.

PO-3. Able to write and present a substantial technical report.


PSO-1. Ability to demonstrate the knowledge of advanced communication and signal processing techniques in analyzing and designing communication and information systems.

PSO-2. Ability to use acquire knowledge and modern tools to design contemporary communication systems.



PO-1. Able to demonstrate expertise in the area of Electronics Circuit and System Design.

PO-2. Able to independently carry out research and development work to solve practical problems.

PO-3. Able to write and present a substantial technical report.


PSO-1. Ability to analyze and design electronic devices and circuits using industry-standard tools.

PSO-2. Ability to design analog and digital systems using EDA tools.


Following are the broad areas of research:

Multimedia Communications, Wireless, and Mobile Communications, Image and Video Coding, Biomedical Signal Processing, Speech Recognition, and Its applications, Man-Machine Communication, Localization and Tracking of Acoustic Source, Digital Watermarking, Neural Computation, Analog Electronics, Low Power Architecture for Signal Processing and Telecommunications, IC Design, Electronic Circuits & Synthesis, Semiconductor Devices, VLSI Design & Technology, Analog Signal Processing, Electronic Circuits & Systems, RF device Modelling, Multi-band Antennas, Millimeter-Wave Circuits, Instrumentation.