The Bachelor of Electronics and Communications Engineering program is designed to produce engineers capable of analyzing, designing, comminissioning and maintaining complex electronics and communications systems. BE in Electronics and Communications is a four-year academic program consisting eight semesters and 162 credit hours. The program enables students to meet the advanced demands of Electronics and Communication Technology and challenges of society in a dynamic environment. It incorporates intensive laboratory assignments and projects that give significant experience with state-of-the-art-facilities and design tools. Objectives The courses aim to:
  • Provide in-depth study of electronic devices, machines, circuit design, and control systems
  • Enable students to design, develop and manufacture economic electronics and communications devices
  • Provide strong foundation on principles of wireless and telecommunications systems.
  • Motivate students for research in recent technologies for future development
  • Develop entrepreneurship skills.
  • Build up sound presentation and communication skills
Electronics and Communications engineers are in demand in the growing electronic manufacturing, communications and telecommunications industries and mobile companies. The graduates are employed in designing testing, quality assurance, production or assembling work of electronics and communications devices. The graduates have opportunities in the universities and research centers worldwide.
SEMESTER I
  • Engineering Math-1
  • Elements and Devices of Computing technology
  • Physics
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Communicative English
  • Computer programming
  • Workshop Technology
  SEMESTER II 
  • Engineering Math-II
  • Chemistry
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Digital Logic
  SEMESTER III
  • Engineering Math-III
  • Network Analysis
  • Electronic Devices & Circuit
  • Electrical Engineering Material
  • Thermodynamics Heat and Mass Transfer
  • Computer Architecture and  Organization
  SEMESTER IV
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Advanced Electronics
  • Integrated Digital Electronics
  • Microprocessor and ALP
  • Electromagnetics
  • Power Electronics and Drives
  SEMESTER V
  • Numerical Method
  • Antenna and Propagation
  • Control System
  • Signals and Systems
  • Embedded Systems
  • Data Communication and computer Networks
  SEMESTER VI
  • Engineering Economics
  • Analog Communication
  • Research Methodology
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Surveying
  SEMESTER VII
  • Microwave devices Circuits and systems
  • Filter Design
  • Digital Communication
  • Project & Organization Management
  • Elective I
  • Project Work
  SEMESTER VIII
  • Engineering Professional Practice and Sociology
  • Telecommunication Traffic and Network
  • Wireless Communication
  • Elective II
  • Project Work