Electronics Engg Section Women’s Polytechnic
Electronics Engg Section Women’s Polytechnic
The Electronics Engineering Section (EES) at University Women's Polytechnic, A.M.U., was established in the year 1966. Since then it has made significant progress and attained the status of a pioneering section. At present, the section offers a three year Diploma Course in Electronics Engineering. The section aims to produce sound professionals in the field of electronics engineering. The subjects taught cover almost all upcoming areas of significance viz. Analog & Digital Electronics, Microelectronics, Electronic Instrumentation, Electrical Machines and Control Systems, Principles of Communications, Microwave Engineering, Optical Communication, etc. The section has well qualified faculty with well-equipped laboratories and trained staff to supplement the technical needs of courses. The section is soon going to start a three year Diploma course in Communication Technology.
To produce vibrant professionals by following state-of-the-art education and training methodologies with high values in the field of electronics engineering.
M1: To maintain a proper balance between theoretical and practical portions in the curriculum.
M2: To acquire state-of-the art Hardware and Software resources to incorporate ICT teaching & learning methods and to provide best development platforms.
M3: To collaborate with various electronics and related engineering industries for development.
M4: To encourage faculty members to acquire projects & consultancy and students to work individually or as a team member.
M5: To inculcate the habit of lifelong learning and social problem solving for sustainable development of society.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1: Knowledge: Student's will have a strong foundation in mathematics, science and electronics engineering fundamentals to enable them to devise and deliver efficient solutions to challenging problems in Electronics and allied disciplines.
PEO2: Breadth: Student's will possess sound theoretical and practical knowledge of E&C Engineering and entrepreneurial skills to enable students to contribute to the well-being of society with a global outlook.
PEO3: Preparation: Inculcate qualities of teamwork as well as social, interpersonal and leadership skills and an ability to adapt to evolving professional environments in the domains of engineering and technology.
PEO4: Professionalism: To inculcate in students professional values, effective research communication skills, prioritizing problems and solutions and an ability to view electronic engineering issues in broader context.
Program Outcomes (POs)
PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Able to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, and electronics engineering fundamentals for the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: Problem Analysis: Able to identify, analyse and solve technical problems using electronic circuits fundamentals.
PO3: Design/Development of Solutions: Able to design digital and analog circuits or write codes to meet the needs within realistic constraints.
PO4: Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Able to carry out experiments, analyse results ad to make necessary conclusions.
PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Able to apply the learned electronics engineering tools and technologies to the real situational problems within given constraints.
PO6: The Engineer & Society: Able to understand professional and ethical responsibilities as electronics engineer.
PO7: Environment & Sustainability: Able to take part in global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
PO8: Ethics: Able to understand and practice professional, ethical, legal, and social responsibilities as a responsible citizen.
PO9: Individual and Team Work: Able to participate effectively as an individual and as a team member or a leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary projects.
PO10: Communication: Able to communicate effectively verbally and in written.
PO11: Project Management & Finance: Able to understand the engineering and management principles and apply them wherever required.
PO12: Life-long Learning: Able to engage in life-long learning and to engage in continuing professional development.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):
PSO1: Able to apply the knowledge of Electronics Engineering, Basic Sciences & Mathematics to develop analog and digital circuits for applications in the field of electronic science & allied engineering industries and solve the problems of social relevance.
PSO2: Able to maintain & troubleshoot electronic hardware, deal with circuit design issues and have a sense of circuit theory, should have familiarity and practical competence with various analog and digital circuit applications and SPICE Languages.
PSO3: Able to work professionally as an/a individual/ team member in projects or become entrepreneur or pursue higher studies and research with a zeal of lifelong learning and strive to become responsible citizen by practicing moral values, sustainability sensitivity & ethics.