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B.Tech -Electronics & Comm.



Electronics and Communication Engineering is an emerging and expanding area of technology. This department is designed to prepare the students for world's fastest growing industries like telecom, and other consumer and entertainment devices. Besides strong academic inputs, the students are required to go through mini projects with hardware and software tools. The department is equipped with latest machines, and industrial usage electronics kits, workshop and designing labs for chip manufacturing process. Dedicated, experienced faculty gives the exposure to each student on a very personal basis.

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  Micro Processing

  Computer Networks

  Mobile Devices

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  Electronics and Telecom. 

Electronics Lab 

PCB Lab 

CAD Lab 

Digital Signal Processing Lab 

Integrated Circuits Lab 

Microwave Lab 

Communication Lab 

Total Intake (Seats)        :        45

Course Duration             :        04 Years

Eligibility Criteria:

For admission to the B.Tech. Programme, candidate must have passed (10+2) examination with compulsory subjects (Physics and Mathematics) and with one of the subject (Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology). Management seats are filled directly by the institute based on the merit of UPSEE/AIEEE rank or merit in qualifying examination (10+2). (As per the UPTU Norms)

For Diploma Holders: passed diploma examination from an AICTE approved institute with at least 50% marks (45 % for reserved category)

For B.Sc. Graduates: passed B.Sc. Degree from recognized University as defined by UGC with   at least 50% marks (45 % for reserved category) and passed (10+2) with mathematics as a subject.

“The Human Brain Must Continue to Frame the Problems for the Electronic Machine to Solve”

David Sarnoff