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Electronics and Communication Engineering

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering was established in the year 2011.The present intake of department is 45. 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.

To produce quality civil engineers & entrepreneurs with professional skills, having concerns for environmental sustainability and the society.

To effectively train our students as civil engineers who can serve the society competently, collaboratively and ethically as planners, designers, constructors and Entrepreneurs.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)
1. To prepare students for competent career in industry to meet the needs of Indian and Global companies or to become entrepreneur in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
2. To provide opportunity for students to work in individual capacity and in teams under Multidisciplinary domains.
3. To enable students for life-long learning for sustainable development and introduce them to practice professional ethics.
4. Identify and encourage application of mind, creation, innovation andin querying.

Programme Outcomes (PO’s)
A Diploma (Electronics and Communication Engineering graduate) student is able to
1. Basic Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering principles to solve broadly defined electronics and communication engineering problems.
2. Discipline Knowledge: Identify, formulate, and solve broadly defined basic electrical, electronics and communication engineering-related problems by applying basic principles.
3. Experiments and practice: Plan, perform and practice wide-range of electronics and communication engineering problems and to use the results to solve problems.
4. Engineering tools: Ability to identify and select modern tools such as simulators, synthesizers, emulators, virtual labs etc. to analyze and validate the solutions.
5. The engineer and society: Demonstrate the knowledge by practice in Electronics & communication engineering with due concern to society with respect to health, safety, legal and cultural issues.
6. Environment and sustainability: Develop standards, specifications, cost effective products and operations in accordance with the law/standards and with a greater emphasis on environmental issues and sustainability.
7. Ethics: Inculcate and practice ethical responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
8. Individual and team work: Involve in teams to apply and proliferate the skills acquired among the team members to achieve the goals. Ability to lead project team by incorporating appropriate economic and business models for the success of the project tasks.
9. Communications: ability to communicate effectively with written, oral, and visual means in a technical environment.
10. Life-long learning: Inspire self-improvement through continuous updating and stay afloat in the ever changing world of technology.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)
The diploma graduates of Electronics and communication Engineering will be able to:
PSO1 Solve the Engineering problems of Electronics and communication engineering. In VHDL and PCB Design, Embedded systems, Communication engineering, power Electronics and controller and processor systems.
PSO2 Demonstrate Programming skills using assembly and High-level languages to solve Electronics and communication engineering problems.
PSO3 Apply effectively the Domain knowledge to arrive at optimum solutions to real time applications, Apply acquired skills in Project management and execution to Electronics and communication systems.

Microcontroller lab
A microcontroller is a compact integrated circuit designed to govern a specific operation in an embedded system. A typical microcontroller includes a processor, memory and input/output (I/O) peripherals on a single chip.

Microcontroller applications
Microcontrollers are used in multiple industries and applications, including in
 Building automation
 Robotics
 Automotive and lighting
 Smart energy and industrial automation
 Communications and internet of things (IoT) deployments.

Analog Electronics lab
This course covers additional applications of analog electronic circuits with an emphasis on analog and mixed signal integrated circuits (IC). Topics include amplification, filtering, oscillation, voltage regulation, and other analog circuits. Upon completion, students should be able to construct, analyze, verify, and troubleshoot analog electronic circuits using appropriate techniques and test equipment. Communication System labs This course introduces the fundamentals of electronic communication systems. Topics include the frequency spectrum, electrical noise, and modulation techniques, characteristics of transmitters and receivers, and digital communications.
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HOD Lecturer Lecturer
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Lecturer Lecturer Instructor
I – Year
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Chethan K N Mohamed Sadiq Faraz Isiri K V
Percentage: 73.8% Percentage: 73.3% Percentage: 68.5%
II – Year
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Praveen H S Kishor C Ritu Shukla
Percentage: 83.4% Percentage: 79.3% Percentage: 78.7%
III – Year
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Prajwala H C Meghana H Balasubramani A
Percentage: 80% Percentage: 76.6% Percentage: 67.8%
Ms. SPOORTHI M B HOD, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering PES Polytechnic Sagar road Shimoga 577204 Phone : 8147053080 Email id: