Electronic communications engineers engage in research, design, development and testing of the electronic equipment used in various communications systems. It is due to electrical engineers that we enjoy such modern communication devices as cellular telephones, radios and television. Electronics & Communication Engineering deals with the electronic devices, circuits, communication equipments like transmitter, receiver, integrated circuits (IC). It also deals with basic electronics, analog and digital transmission & reception of data, voice and video (Example AM, FM, DTH), microprocessors, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antennae and wave progression. It aims to deepen the knowledge and skills of the students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them in their professional work involving analysis, systems implementation, operation, production, and maintenance of the various applications in the field of Electronics and Communications Engineering.
All of the applications which make our life easier and enjoyable such as Television, Radio, Computers, Mobiles etc. are designed and developed by Electronics and Communication Engineers.
Design and maintain satellites, which bring TV, telephone and Internet service into remote and rural regions.
ECE Engineers also creates advanced communication facilities like video conferencing which bring people together from all over the world Develops programs for various control and communication systems.
This is the main lab where basic experiments like device characteristics and basic analog circuits are held. This lab is general enough to hold a number of experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department.
All basic electronic devices and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices the small electronic circuits can be constructed and checked. In order to introduce the students with basic components of electronics this lab is furnished with advanced CROs, function generators and digital multimeters. Students can perform practical on P-N junction diode, Zener Diode, rectifiers and filters, transistor biasing and their characteristics in different modes, RC coupled amplifiers and FETs.
This lab is utilized for conducting the following course(s): EC0221 Electronic Devices Lab
Voltmeters, Ammeters, Analog Multimeter , Digital Multimeter, Regulated Power Supply, High Voltage Power Supply, Single Fixed Power Supply (5V), Dual Fixed Power Supply, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (20 MHz, 30 MHz), Function Generator, Pulse Generator, AM-Signal Generator, Frequency Counter, Auto Transformer, Decade Resistance Box, Capacitance Box, Inductance Box, Digital IC Trainer Kit, Linear IC Trainer Kit, Rheostat, Audio Power Meter, Logic Probe, L.C.R. Meter
Lab investment: Rs. 14,73,358/-
A multimeter is an electronic tool used to measure voltage, amps and resistance across circuits. By attaching two leads to different parts of an electrical system, professionals can use multimeters to detect levels of voltage and resistance, or changes in electrical currents.
This tool may also be known as a volt-ohm meter or volt-ohm-milliammeter (VOM).
Description : In the Basic electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab It familiarizes the students about the basic of network theorem like Kirchoff’s Thevenin, Norton, maximum power transfer theorem, logic gates, resonance, semiconductor devices like PN diode, Zener diode, BJT, JFET, transformer and DC machines. The laboratory is well equipped with equipment’s like CRO, function generator, triple power supply, single power supply, DC machine cut model, digital multimeter. The laboratory is well equipped with equipment’s like CRO, function generator, triple power supply, single power supply, DC machine cut model, digital multimeter, LCR meter, DSO, single phase and auto transformer, variable R,L,C boxes, digital trainer kits, PCB, soldering kit, bread board, semiconductor devices like diodes, BJT, JFET, resistors, LED and logic gates IC’s.
Students can assemble the circuits temporarily on bread board to perform the experiments. Students also learn how to use digital multimeter in various modes like voltmeter, ammeter in DC and AC mode. Practical demonstration of the theoretical concepts done in classrooms enhances the understanding of the students. Students can correlate the theoretical concepts with practical for better understanding of the subject.
This lab is also used by the students to do their interdisciplinary projects with the help of PCB and basic electronic equipment’s. Lab is operational daily for seven hours and allows students in their free time to perform experiments. Students can also perform the experiments using software tools like Or cad/Virtual Lab. These software based experiments allow students to view simulation results after changing different parameters of circuit. Students can also compare the simulation results with results obtained when performed on real hardware. The first year students are trained to handle the basic equipment’s/instruments including Signal Generators, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope and Digital Multimeter. Fundamental experiments in Analog and Digital Electronics are offered. The basic purpose is to understand the Importance of Learning by doing, Impact of Electronics in the modern world, Need to understand Basic principles of electronics.
Components and their features: Passive: Resistors, Capacitors, inductors, Semiconductor Diodes, Different types of these components and their applications etc. Active Components: Rectifier Diode, zener diode, Transistors. Brief introduction and simple applications. Integrated Circuit Operational Amplifier: Introduction to ICs, Operational amplifiers, Op Amp characteristics, Feed-back, Mathematical operations, summing, differential, Integrating amplifiers.
Digital Integrated Circuits: Introduction to all logic gates & implementation of applications like Half adder, full adder etc.
Hardware: CRO, signal generator, single power supply, dual power supply, Digital IC trainer kit, basic electronics experiment kits.
This is our fundamental laboratory in E.C.E department. This lab has various types of microprocessor, micro controller trainer kits along with interfacing modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of microprocessors. The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with the software and hardware of microprocessors so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the microprocessor era.
The facilities in the laboratory enable students to build a firm background in microprocessor hardware as well as software. Students learn about assembly language programming, CPU, memory and I/O design, interfacing of programmable chips and peripherals such as stepper motors, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters etc. They acquire the practical skills sufficient to design and realize basic microprocessor based systems.
This laboratory is used to provide intensive practical exposure to the students in the field of microprocessor architecture and industrial control through them. Different exercises in this lab includes Serial Data Communication between PC and 8085 microprocessor trainer kit, writing on EPROM and microcontroller Chip using UIP. The lab also provides the facility to interface the microprocessor with different circuits such as A/D converters, stepper motors, DC motors, multi digit displays, etc.
Microprocessor kit (8085), Microprocessor kit (8086), Microcontroller kit (8051), Interface boards, to name few, PPI, DMA Controller, Interrupt controller, Timer, ADC, DAC, Serial Communication, Stepper motor, Traffic control, Keyboard and display control , multimeter (digital), PC based interface, piggy back board, Oscilloscopes, Function generator, power supply, RS 232c cable & connector, Universal programmer, UV EPROM eraser, VXT bus extender, thirteen pcs, Nuvoton board and DSO with logic Analyzer.
This is the laboratory for Electronic Devices and Circuits. Equipment sets are available for the students to perform basic experiments in these areas; namely the lab courses EE 314 (co-requisite for EE 311) and EE 316 (co-requisite for EE 315). The lab also is where the senior projects in the Electronics area are built and tested. Several PC’s are also available in the lab, for students and Faculty use, particularly in the circuit analysis, device modeling, and VLSI areas.
Resistor:- Opposition to flow of currents is called resistance. The elements having resistance are called resistors.
Capacitor:-A capacitor (originally known as condenser) is a passive two-terminal electrical component used to store energy in an electric field.
Inductor:-An inductor (also choke, coil, reactor)isa passive two-terminal electrical component that stores energy in its magnetic field.
Diode:- In electronics a diode is two-terminal electronic component with an asymmetric transfer characteristic, with low (ideally zero) resistance to current flow in one direction, and high (ideally infinite) resistance in the other. A semiconductor diode, the most common type today, is a crystalline piece of semiconductor material with a p–n junction connected to two electrical terminals.
Transistor: - is a semiconductor device used to amplify and switch electronic signal and electrical power.
The DL7211 is designed for experimentation with digital circuits. It is a self-contained trainer including DC power supplies, function generator, modulation generator, continuity tester, potentiometers and toggle switches. A breadboard is supplied with the unit to allow easy access for the students to connect and test various components without the hassle of soldering. A number of ready to use experiment circuit boards are available and fourteen boards are provided with the lab.
The continued professional growth and development of faculty is necessary for institutions of higher education to continue to provide educational programs which include new developments and knowledge in academic disciplines; reflect new instructional, research, and public service techniques and strategies; enhance skill development, provide technical information, improve instructional or teaching ability, and meet changing needs and expectations of students. While all faculty are responsible for their own continued professional development, it is essential that the System and its institutions provide planned, organized faculty development programs to encourage professional growth in accordance with their missions and goals.
Professional Development comprises formal and informal learning opportunities situated in practice for the purpose of maintaining and improving professional competence and effectiveness.
Faculty Exchange comprises a professional development activity allowing faculty members to teach or conduct research at the reciprocating academic institution for a determined, finite period of time.
Each institution shall plan and implement on an annual basis a structured, coordinated program for faculty development. The program will be designed to achieve predetermined institutional objectives, and will utilize an appropriate variety of activities. This policy authorizes institutions to plan and implement faculty development programs which may include financial support through grant awards and other means for research or the improvement of instruction, by which a program of faculty exchange may be included as part of a faculty development plan.
A. The Office of the Chancellor, in consultation with the System Office of Academic Affairs, will maintain system-level faculty development programming to supplement and enhance the faculty development programs of the individual institutions.
B. Professional development activity conducted or sponsored by the System office will align Plan Key Priorities with the purpose of supporting faculty members in their roles as instructors and advisors. Such programming will provide faculty with the information and training required to effectively implement state and system-wide student success and workforce development initiatives.
C. Each institution must have a Faculty Development Plan, which should include, as appropriate:
1. A systematic evaluation of instruction by students, faculty and appropriate administrators to provide bases for planning means of increasing the effectiveness of the instructional program.
2. Encouragement of innovation and improvement of instruction by a recognition system (i.e., outstanding professor awards).
3. Effective use of grants-in-aid, fee-waiver, tuition reimbursement, and audit/non-credit scholarships, which are directly supportive of professional growth and faculty development. These activities can include support functions such as advising, career planning, and assessment.
4. Provision of financial support through grant awards and other means for research or the improvement of instruction, for faculty participation in workshops, short courses and seminars designed to develop new skills in instruction, research and public service, and for faculty participation in major activities of their respective professional associations, such as conferences and other professional meetings.
5. Sponsorships of local forums, lectures, and workshops on scholarly developments and activities.
6. Development of effective faculty exchange programs between the college and industry, or the occupation being taught.
7. Institutional budget that reflects the amount of funds allocated for faculty development at the institution.
8. Calendars and activities of System level programs reflecting cooperation with the President's Council and appropriate Sub-Councils.
Extracurricular activities, sports and games are encouraged by the college. The college gives due publicity by announcing the events in all the classes and by putting up in the notice board. Physical Education director is appointed for training and coaching the students for various sports and games.
Different cultural activities are being performed along with sports activities in intra collegiate, intercollegiate, inter- university, intra-state and national level. Large number of students have participated in different events at inter-university; inter-group, intercollegiate levels.
Our college has excellent sports facilities. The college has a Gymnasium along with sports and games: cricket, football, Table Tennis, Badminton, Shuttle, Volley ball, athletics, etc.
Academic achievement or (academic) performance is the extent to which a student, teacher or institution has achieved their short or long-term educational goals. Cumulative GPA and completion of educational benchmarks such as diploma courses and bachelor's degrees represent academic achievement.
In last four year our student continuously give good result this can shows in our result analysis in year 2015 we got 100% result in year 2016 we got 81% in 2017 we got 100% in 2018 we got 90% result.
Academic achievement is commonly measured through examinations or continuous assessments but there is no general agreement on how it is best evaluated or which aspects are most important—procedural knowledge such as skills or declarative knowledge such as facts. Furthermore, there are inconclusive results over which individual factors successfully predict academic performance, elements such as test anxiety, environment, motivation, and emotions require consideration when developing models of college achievement.