Electronics & Communication Engineering is one of the largest & most sophisticated branches of engineering. It deals with electronic devices, software development & interfaces. The applications scenario is far reaching, right from consumer electronics to industrial control & automation. The discipline integrates knowledge based on Analog & Digital Electronics, Communication, Microwave, Power Electronics, Antenna Design, Microprocessor & Microcontroller, Embedded Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Very large Scale Integrated Circuits (VLSI), Instrumentation & Control Systems. Electronics has improved productivity in industries like oil, energy, agriculture, infrastructure & many other important sectors of economy. The Electronics sector in India is growing & there exists a huge demand for skilled manpower in this sector.
To understand and apply knowledge of science in electronic systems design & fabrication
To provide solutions for electronics & communication engineering related problems
To learn fundamental concepts of electronic devices, analog & digital circuits, & advanced electronic systems
To understand the concepts of designing & fabrication for VLSI & Embedded Computing
To expose students to research so that they can pursue research as career
Pass in 10+2 Science from a recognised board (Preferably above 60%)
Admission to all SPSU Programmes will be through the Admission Test -SPSAT’19
Residential: Compulsorily residential
Programme duration: Four YearsSyllabus Fee Structure Apply Online
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Why should a student choose B.Tech.(ECE)?
The Electronics & Communication branch primarily deals with the basic electronic components, design of circuits and systems. Electronics & Communication Engineering has widespread applications in the modern world of Engineering through its various diversified fields. Thus the graduate in Electronics & Communication engineer has vast job opportunities in diverse industries.
2. What are the specializations of the faculty members of the department of Electronics & Communication Engineering?
Faculty members of the department of Electronics & Communication Engineering have their own individual endeavors and expertise in Microprocessor, Microcontroller and Embedded Systems, Robotics & Automation, Electronics Devices & Circuits, Linear Integrated Circuits, VLSI Engineering, Analog and Digital Communication, Optical Communication, Mobile Communication, RF & Microwave Engineering, Antenna & Waves, Microelectronics & MEMS etc.
3. What laboratories are available in the department of Electronics & Communication Engineering?
The Electronics & Communication Engineering department has the laboratories for Electronics &Applied Electronics, Instrumentation & Control, Microprocessor & Microcontroller, RF & MW Engineering Lab and Antenna, Digital Electronics & Communication, VLSI Engineering and DSP, Projects.
4. Electronics & Communication Engineer can be absorbed in which industries?
Electronics & Communication Engineer can be absorbed in varied areas like industries related to hardware (it can cover an industry related to Electronics / Electrical / Mechanical / Instrumentation fields etc.) and software (an industry related to Computer Science and Information Technology). Even the engineer from ECE background can be absorbed in Civil, Aviation, Manufacturing, Bio technology, Mining, Metallurgy etc.
5. What profiles an Electronics & Communication Engineer can apply for?
Electronics & Communication Engineering students can apply graduate engineer trainee as well as management trainee in various fields of Engineering including production, design and research, maintenance and installation of electronics and communication based equipment on and off shop floors.
6. What options are open for higher studies for B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering students?
B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineer can opt for MS/MTech degree programmes in Communication, Networking, VLSI, Computer Science to name a few. He/She can opt for a MBA degree programme as well.