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About B.Tech in E&CE

The department syllabus is designed under Outcome Based, CBCS & NEP framework. Students will have good number of choices of courses through minors to hone their skills in their specialization and interdisciplinary field. A number of courses from other departments are offered to help the students to gain skills set to stay competitive in the multidisciplinary environment. Skill Enhancement and Ability Enhancement courses are offered to the students to provide professional and life skills to the students. Department focus on the overall development of the student, summer internships and projects are well planned in the syllabus to enhance the teaching learning process. All the subjects’ course objectives and course outcomes are well defined in the syllabus.
Specialization Offered
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Curriculum

PSOs

PSO1: Product Development: Use up-to-date tools to design subsystems for simple applications in Embedded Systems, VLSI and Internet of Things.
PSO2: Problem Solving: Apply engineering concepts to find solutions in the fields of Electronics & Communication.

Pathway After
B.Tech In Electronics and Communication Engg

Careers

The graduate’s specialization in this field may aid them either go for higher studies (like M. Tech by qualifying GATE Examination, or, GRE, or, TOEFEL, or, ILTES) or, in pursuing jobs in both the public and private sectors for various fields, such as the following: • VLSI, VHDL & FPGA • Embedded System, IoT, Raspberry PI & Raspberry PI3 oriented • Mobile, or, Wireless Communication, Optical Communication, RF & Microwave, Antenna & Waves • Electronics Devices & Circuits oriented, Power Electronics • Instrumentation & Control

Top Recruiters

Top companies recruiting Electronics and Communication Engineers are as follows:

Dr. Anand A. Bhaskar

HoD Message

Welcome to the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur. The department was established in 2007 with a state of art facilities and highly qualified faculty. The department works with the goal of addressing critical challenges faced by the Industry, society and the academia. Perhaps even more important is our unceasing commitment to our students, helping them to learn, grow, develop, and achieve their goals in their pursuit to excel in their professional career.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is one of the oldest departments in the School of Engineering in Sir Padampat Singhania University, offering undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programmes in the key areas like Internet of Things (IoT), Embedded System and VLSI.

Why B.Tech In Electronics and Communication From SPSU

2nd Best BTech program in India for Research & Placements

Collaboration with industries like Ecosol (for Solar Cell controlled E – Cycles & E – Bike), Omnipresent Robotics, Beumer Group, Daikin and JK Cement to enable all the students of ECE Department to be industry read

2nd Best BTech program in India for Research & Placements

State of Art infrastructure in Laboratories. Advanced labs on Internet of Things, Robotics, Embedded Systems with 3D Printer facilities along with high end computational and executional labs for VLSI, DSP, RF

2nd Best BTech program in India for Research & Placements

Favorable, Innovative Research opportunities for undergraduate and post graduate students, Having profound contributions in the prototype manufacture section of Entrepreneurship Cell

Our Alumni Working with Fortune
500 Companies

B.Tech In Electronics and Communication Eligibility
Criteria & Selection Process

Eligibility & Fee

B.Tech In Electronics and Communication
Passed XII std or its equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry or Biotechnology or Biology or Technical Vocational subject or Computer Science or Information Technology or Informatics Practices or Agriculture or Engineering Graphics or Business Studies and obtained at least 50 % marks (at least 40 % marks, in case of Backward Class categories, Economically Weaker Section and Persons with Disability) in the above subjects taken together.

Fee Per Annum 

INR 1.8 Lac

Selection

B.Tech In Electronics and Communication
Selection will be based on merit of
Candidate must have qualified JEE (Main) B.E./B.Tech 2022 or SPSAT 2022

Scholarship
worth ₹35Cr

JK Cement Scholarship worth ₹35Cr

B.Tech In Electronics and Communication Frequently Asked Questions

The branches of ECE (Electronics and Communication Engineering) and EEE (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) sound very similar. Many students who are interested in electronics are torn between these two options. Students in EEE must study both electrical and electronic engineering. It is the study and use of electrical systems for use in various environments, and it includes fundamental electronic courses as well as more advanced power system courses. ECE, on the other hand, mainly deals with analog transmission, basic electronics, solid state devices, microprocessors, digital and analog communication, analog integrated circuits, satellite communication, microwave engineering, antennae and wave progression. The manufacture of electronic devices, circuits, and communications equipment are also discussed in this branch.
B. Tech ECE Students are given a holistic learning experience and no stone is left unturned in ensuring their professional progress. SPSU’s technical events, Internship Program, provide them with the necessary add-on skills and knowledge to face the problems of real life.
Electronics and communication engineering graduates are in high demand and can work in a variety of industries. Multinational companies, healthcare equipment manufacturing, mobile network connection, aviation, corporate business, entrepreneurship, government sector, and other industries such as steel, coal, petroleum, and chemical are all possibilities for an EC engineer.
Electronics & Communication Engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the study of electronic devices, circuits, communication equipment, and systems. It involves the transmission of information across channels such as wires, optical fibers, or through the air.
Graduates in ECE have a wide range of career opportunities in industries such as telecommunications, information technology, consumer electronics, healthcare equipment, defense, research organizations, and more. Job roles include electronics engineer, network engineer, software engineer, telecommunications specialist, etc.
The curriculum typically includes subjects like Circuit Theory, Digital Electronics, Analog Electronics, Communication Systems, Electromagnetic Theory, Signal Processing, Microprocessors, VLSI Design, Control Systems, etc.
ECE students should have strong analytical and problem-solving skills, good understanding of mathematics and physics, proficiency in programming languages like C, C++, and knowledge of hardware description languages like Verilog or VHDL. Effective communication and teamwork skills are also crucial.
Yes, programming skills are essential for ECE students, especially for tasks like embedded systems development, digital signal processing, and VLSI design. Proficiency in programming languages like C, C++, Python, and MATLAB is highly beneficial.
Some of the emerging technologies in ECE include Internet of Things (IoT), 5G communication, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Robotics, Blockchain, Quantum Computing, and Nanotechnology.
Pursuing higher studies like M.Tech, MS, or Ph.D. can provide opportunities for specialization in a particular area of interest, and it can enhance career prospects, especially in research and development roles or academia. However, it’s not mandatory, and many students opt to directly enter the industry after completing their B.Tech.
Companies like Qualcomm, Intel, Texas Instruments, Cisco Systems, Samsung, Sony, Nokia, Ericsson, IBM, and many others actively recruit ECE graduates for various roles in research, design, development, and testing of electronic and communication systems.
Reading research papers, subscribing to relevant journals and magazines, attending conferences and workshops, participating in online forums and communities, and following industry blogs and news websites are some ways to stay updated with the latest trends and developments in ECE.
Projects such as designing a mini communication system, building a robot, creating a home automation system using IoT, developing a digital signal processing application, or designing a VLSI chip can be excellent learning experiences and can showcase your skills to potential employers or for further studies.

B.Tech In Electronics and Communication Engineering