Department Overview

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was set up in the year 1996 to meet the growing requirement of practical design engineers in the country and abroad. The field of electronics and communication is the fastest growing and the most rapidly changing area of technology in the current times. Electronics and communication has become the all-pervasive technology, which finds application in all spheres of engineering including computers, defense, instrumentation, automation, robotics, artificial intelligence, mobile networks, satellites, education etc. The use of electronics has brought about a drastic change in the way human civilization exists today. The department is currently focused on providing Under Graduate and Post Graduate Program:

  • Under Graduate in Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Post Graduate in Digital Communication

The field of digital communication has benefited significantly because of the growth of wireless communication technology. Currently it is possible to communicate using computers and mobile phones across cities, deserts, and oceans via satellites orbiting in space but there is more to come. Latest technologies in the communication field are entirely dependent on the field of digital communication.

Vision, Mission & Goals:-


  •  To create technical manpower of global standard in the field of Electronics & Communication Engineering with the capabilities of accepting new challenges.


  • Continue development of the department
  • Research Activity
  • Placement oriented Activity
  • Technical workshop on recent technology
  • Industrial Visit
  • Online courses


  • Minimum 3 quality publication and 3 presentations in national / international conferences.
  • One day Conference / Seminar funded by any Government agency .
  • Regular classes of Aptitude and GD/PI for III & IV year students.
  • Department will organize handy workshop (1 for each semester) on improvement of basics for beginners & also workshop on latest field either by in-house faculty or outsourced person.
  • One industrial visit for II and III year student in a year.
  • Minimum one online certification courses by each faculty member.
  • PMA in each semester.