B.Tech. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

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B.Tech. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

OVERVIEW

The four-year graduate course of Electronics & Communication Engineering imparts basic as well as high-level understanding of electronics and communication. Keeping in line with the national approach to innovations, the department of ECE empowers the students to reach out to billions of people and unending arena of technology thereby meeting the challenges of globalization. The students learn various subjects like Analog & Digital Electronics, Microcontroller & Embedded Systems, Microwave & Radar, Digital Signal Processing and much more in detail to create an impact on the society and economy of the world. The department provides hands-on experience on various upcoming technologies by proving seminars, talks with industry experts.

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  • To provide an opportunity to the students to learn about the Electronics and Communication in details and to understand the industry needs to pursue professional excellence.
  • Is to train the students to work in a team with the spirit to produce results.
  • To produce and develop technical competence among the students to analyze, design, experiment, simulate and evaluate the system performance in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
  • Is to groom the students to become responsible citizens of the country by inculcating high moral and social values. 

SPECIALIZATION

SANCTIONED INTAKE

DURATION

NO. OF PASS OUT BATCHES

Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 4 Years 12

ADMISSION TO 1ST YEAR (1ST SEMESTER)

A Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Chemistry/ Bio-Technology /Computer Science /Biology by securing at least 45% marks (42.75% in case of SC /ST candidates) in aggregate from a recognized Board/ University [OR as may be amended by the competent authority.]

 ADMISSION PROCEDURE

  • 25% management seats shall be filled by the Institute itself through on-campus counseling on the basis of the prescribed criteria.
  • 75% of the seats shall be filled on the basis of the inter-se-merit of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE- Main) through online off-campus counselling by HSTES/ NIC [OR as may be amended by the competent authority.]

LATERAL ENTRY TO 2ND YEAR (3RD SEMESTER)

A Candidate must have passed Diploma in Engineering / Technology course of a duration of 3 years or more from Board of Technical Education Haryana or B.Sc. from a recognized University as defined by UGC or its equivalent examination with at least 45% marks (42.75% in the case of SC candidates) in aggregate of all semesters in any of the branch of Engineering. [OR as may be amended by HSTES/ competent authority.] 

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

  • 25% management seats shall be filled by the Institute itself through on-campus counseling on the basis of the prescribed criteria.
  • 75% of the seats shall be filled on the basis of the inter-se-merit of O.L.E.T. (LEET Engg.) (Conducted by HSTES/NIC) through online off-campus counseling by HSTES/NIC. [OR as may be amended by HSTES/ competent authority.]

FEE STRUCTURE

Total Fees: Rs.1,35,000/- (per annum) *

  • 1st Installment= Rs.45,000/-
  • 2nd Installment= Rs.40,000/-
  • 3rd Installment= Rs.30,000/-
  • 4th Installment= Rs.20,000/-

* Subject to approval by the competent authority.

The Electronics and Communication Engineering department has plenty of labs for practical sessions of students. The laboratories are fully equipped with up to date equipment’s to perform all the experiments and to design new circuits.

1. Basics of Electronics Lab

The key idea of this lab is to make students aware of basic concepts of electronics field and help students to relate these concepts to the real-time electronic applications like indicators, displays, remote control etc.

2. Electrical Technology Lab

This lab helps students in understanding the basic concept of electrical & electronic systems used from domestic as well as commercial point of view. Students gain experience in configuring electrical circuits. This lab develops ability in a student to identify various electrical faults thus making him/her able to repair it with own knowledge.

3. Network Theory Lab

This lab helps the student to understand the use of circuit creation and simulation using software such as TINA PRO. It also makes them capable to design a circuit virtually using simulation software.

4. Digital Electronics Lab

This lab helps to acquire basic knowledge and implementation of various digital circuits &logic gates. This lab enhances the basic concepts of digital gadgets.

5. Analog Electronics Lab

This lab is a further advancement of Basics of electronics lab. With the utility of basic electronic components and Integrated Circuits (ICs), the student becomes capable of analyzing and designing the electronic circuits such as filters and amplifiers.

6. Communication Systems Lab

The main objective of this lab is to realize the transfer of information/signals using various modulation techniques such analog and digital modulation. The practical aspect is to understand transmission and reception process.

7. Microcontroller & Embedded System Lab

The purpose of this lab to make student well aware of assembly language programming; wherein student learns to interface hardware with software to solve real-time industrial problems.

8. Microwave & Radar Lab

This lab makes the student well aware about the generation & propagation of a wave inside a waveguide and studies various parameters of it. It enhances the concept of using the microwave devices for wave propagation.

9. Wireless & Satellite Communication Lab

With this lab a student learns the basic concepts of satellite systems ranging from transmission to reception, setting up of the satellite link and measuring locations through GPS.

10. Digital Signal Processing Lab

A programming language lab based on MATLAB gives a platform to the student to understand the digital processing of signals using DSP processors.  

Electronics and Communication Engineering has become very important part of our existence. The students are able to find employment in public and private sectors easily after completing their B.Tech degree in ECE. Some of the students also opt for doing M.Tech in ECE after graduation. The scope of ECE branch will always be in demand for the years to come.

Public Sector:

Students are able to join Public Sector Organizations like ECIL, BEL, BHEL, EIL, NTPC, BSNL, MTNL and many others.

Private Sector:

There are many companies in private sectors where the students with B.Tech Degree in ECE find suitable jobs without any problem. Some of the companies are- Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Synopsys, Cadence, Airtel, Aircel, Idea, Vodafone, Infosys etc.

  • “Dual Band FSS for X-band Applications”, by Sarika, M.R. Tripathy, Daniel Ronnow published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) pp. 5039-5042 in Shanghai, China, Nov, 2016.
  • “Enhancing Multipath AOMDV Routing in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks”, Karan Singh Gaur, IJSETR Vol. 5, Issue 5 (ISSN 2278-7798), May 2016.
  • “Automatic Railway Gate Control System Based on RFID, Pressure sensor and servo motor” by Pranav Sharma, Rajesh Kumar, Sarika, published in Journal of Network Communications and Emerging Technologies (JNCET) pp. 154-156 Vol.-5, Special Issue-2 Dec 2015.
  • “Multi-Band Metamaterial Based Bowtie Antenna for Wireless Applications” by Rajesh Kumar, M.R. Tripathy and Daniel Rönnow, published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) pp. 2368-2371 in Prague, the Czech Republic, 06-09 July 2015.
  • “Design and Analysis of Meta Fractal Antenna for Wireless Applications” by M.R. Tripathy, Rajesh Kumar, and Daniel Rönnow, published in Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS) pp. 2376-2380 in Prague, Czech Republic, 06-09 July 2015.
  • “Fractal Antenna with Meta-material Inspired DGS” by Rajesh Kumar, Sarika, M.R. Tripathy, published at 2nd IEEE International Conference on Advances in Computing and Communication Engineering (ICACCE-2015) 366-369, May 01-02, 2015 at Dehradun.
  • “Analysis of Colours and Texture for recognition of Modelled objects” by Manjot Kaur, Devender Rajput, Published in IJMEIT, 272-274, vol. 2, Issue 6, June 2014.
  • “Power Optimization by Low Power LFSR”, by Shriya Bhojwani, Corona journal of science and technology, pp.1-5, vol. 3, No.II, 2014.
  • “Survey on Low Power VLSI Testing Techniques”, by Shriya Bhojwani, Corona journal of science and technology, pp.9-13, vol. 3, No. III, 2014.
  • “Predictive simulation of Triple-Material Cylindrical Gate-All-Around (TM-CGAA) MOSFETs”, by Anju Ravish, International journal of science and technology, pp.87-89 vol. 2, Issue 3, March 2014.
  • “Analysis of BER of CDMA Systems with channel impairments and generation of non-binary sequences”, Garima Gaur, Taru Tewatia in International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology, pp. (382-386) Volume 2, Issue 6, June 2014.
  • “Implementation of Energy-Efficient Vector Processor”, Varun Dutt, International Journal of Trends in Electrical Engineering and Research, Volume 3, June 2014 (ISSN: 0976 – 9794).
  • “Performance Comparison Of Beam Forming Technique Using LMS And SMI Algorithms”, Varun Dutt, International Journal of Trends in Electrical Engineering and Research, Volume 1, August 2012 (ISSN: 2279-0319).
  • “Performance Evaluation of COFDM in Time-Varying Environment “Karan Singh Gaur, IJECSE, ISSN-2277-1956/V1N2-294-301, May 2012.
  • “Fading Cancellation in WCDMA Rake Receiver” Karan Singh Gaur, Int. J. on Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology, Vol. 05, No. 02, Mar 2011.
  • “Implementation of FIR filter in the frequency domain and Time domain for wireless communication system” Karan Singh Gaur, IJCST Vol. 2, Issue 3, (ISSN: 0976-8491), September 2011.
  • “ICI Self Cancellation Scheme for OFDM System” Karan Singh Gaur, International Conference on Advanced Computing, Communication and Networks’11, SEEK Digital Library, USA, 2011.
  • “FIR Filter in Frequency Domain For Wireless Communication System” Karan Singh Gaur, ICACC-2011, IEEE-MTTS, pp (174-176).