The Electronics & Communication Engineering Department has 23 types of lab equipments and Laboratories are well equipped with the most sophisticated instruments and manned by experienced faculty. Deviating from the conventional classroom teaching, the students are guided and motivated to practically implement fundamental principles learnt in classroom through experimentation in the laboratories. This philosophy of "hands-on experience" helps the students to gain confidence and become "practical" engineering professionals. These concerted efforts have helped students to score top honors consistently in the board examinations.
The major driving force for the present day information technology revolution is the development in electronics engineering.
The advancement in micro- electronics, satellite and optical fiber technology, analog and digital communication techniques have resulted in developing complex electronics devices, circuits and equipment capable of implementing fast and efficient telecommunication system.
Real time transfer of audio and video signals is now possible with recent trends in broadband and 3G technologies. Penetration of electronics has now revolutionized other areas like healthcare, instrumentation, automation remote sensing, signals processing etc.
The department has the following labs-
- PCB Fabrication Lab
- Analog Electronics Lab
- Communication Engineering Lab
- Electronics Engineering Lab
- Digital Electronics Lab
- Network Analysis & Synthesis Lab
- Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
- Digital and Data Communication Lab
- Advanced Microprocessor
- Advanced Microcontroller Lab
- Optical Fiber Lab
- Principle of Communication Lab
- Consumer Electronics Lab
- Trouble Shooting of Electronics Equipment Lab
- Power Electronics Lab
- Electronics Devices and Component Lab
- Electronics Workshop
- Well Equipped Labs.
- 24 Hrs power backup.
- Technical visits to industries.
- Project guidance for individual students
- Mentors and guides for students
- Technical trainings for on hand industrial exposure.
The course of Electronics and Communication as per HSBTE is divided into:
- Theory Classes.
- Practical Classes.
Diploma holders in Electronics and Communication Engineering have various opportunities in government as well as private sector undertakings for installations, operation and maintenance of electronics equipments and systems. The students have also career opportunities in Defense, Space and other large organizations in designing and developments etc. have also provide large scale employment opportunities to the engineering students with this specialization.