B. Tech-Electronics & Communication Engineering

Electronics & Communication Engineering

B. Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering : Overview

This branch of engineering was started in the year 1977.  Electronics & communication engineering teaches the use of semiconductor devices to create electronic circuits, integrated circuits and devices. This department of engineering also offers one post graduation course called M. Tech in Communication Systems which started in the year 2012. The department has tie ups with Tata Consultancy Services, Network Systems Private Limited etc for internships and research works to be conducted. As this department always strives to do the best, the top rank holders of the university comes mostly from this branch every year. The branch is home to 11 laboratories for various subjects taught in four academic years. The labs are Electronic Devices & Circuits Laboratory, Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory, Communication Engineering Laboratory, Microprocessor/Microcontroller Laboratory, VLSI Design Laboratory, Electronic Product Design & Fabrication Lab, Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, Department Computing Facility, PG & Research Laboratory, Power Electronics and Instrumentation Lab. There are two main association of this branch namely Electronics & Communication association and Institute of Electronics & Tele communication engineering.

Electronics & Communication Engineering:Syllabus

Semesters 1 & 2

  • Calculus & Linear Algebra
  • Engineering physics
  • Basic electrical engineering
  • Elements of civil engineering & mechanics
  • Engineering graphics
  • Engineering physics laboratory
  • Basic electrical engineering laboratory
  • Technical English – 1
  • Engineering chemistry
  • C Programming for problem solving
  • Basic electronics
  • Elements of mechanical engineering
  • Engineering of chemistry laboratory
  • C Programming laboratory
  • Advanced Culculus & numerical methods
  • Technical English – 2

Semesters 3 & 4

  • Transforms calculus, fourier series & numerical techniques
  • Network theory
  • Electronic devices
  • Digital system design
  • Computer organization & architecture
  • Power electronics & Instrumentation
  • Electronic devices & Instrumentation laboratory
  • Digital system design laboratory
  • Constitution of India, professional ethics & cyber law
  • Vyavaharika Kannada/ Aadalitha Kannada
  • Complex analysis, probability & statistical methods
  • Analog circuits
  • Control systems
  • Engineering statistics & Linear algebra
  • Signals & systems
  • Micro controller
  • Micro controller laboratory
  • Analog circuits laboratory
  • HDL Lab
  • Vyavaharika Kannada/ Aadalitha Kannada

Semesters 5 & 6

  • Technological innovation management & entrepreneurship
  • Digital signal processing
  • Principles of communication systems
  • Information theory & coding
  • Electromagnetic waves
  • Verilog HDL
  • Digital signal processing laboratory
  • HDL laboratory
  • Environmental studies
  • Digital communication
  • Embedded systems
  • Microwave & Antennas
  • Embedded systems laboratory
  • Communication laboratory

Semesters 7 & 8

  • Computer networks
  • VLSI design
  • Computer networks laboratory
  • VLSI laboratory

Eligibility for Admission

A student must secure 50% marks for their plus two board examination in the subjects of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. While SC/ST seats are reserved according to the government rules and regulations, 15% of seats are reserved for the management quota and 10% seats for the NRI quota. There is an intake of 60 seats per academic year.

There are few main entrance examinations in which a student should qualify because admissions are based on both the ranking got in both state and all India entrance examinations

  • UGET
  • KCET