Department of Electronics Engineering
To be a centre of excellence in Electronics engineering developing socially responsible professionals with innovative outlook.
- To facilitate a favorable and interactive teaching-learning ambience that enables the students to achieve academic excellence.
- To enhance a sense of innovation and professional skills in students.
- To promote institute-industry interaction that moulds the students to address the industrial challenges.
- To encourage the students to apply the technologies for the benefit of society.
The Electronics Engineering Department was set up in 1972. The department offers both a regular 3-year diploma course and part time diploma course for the same duration. The sanctioned strength of the regular course is 60 students per year.
The 3-year diploma course in electronics engineering comprises of a fair share of practical classes in addition to the basic foundational principles taught in the theory classes.
The staff members of the Electronics Engineering Department are well qualified. There are 15 faculty members in the department in which 8 lecturers and 6 laboratory staff members with the Head of Department. The laboratories are well furnished with the latest and most modern equipment for ensuring the students who learn the latest trends in the industry. The faculty also strives to impart education of the highest standards.
List of Laboratories
- Electronics Circuits Lab
- Digital Electronics Lab
- Analogue Communication Lab
- Industrial Electronics and PLC Lab
- Microcontroller and Interfacing Lab
- PCB and SPICE Lab
- Software Lab
- Computer Hardware Lab
Career Opportunities for Diploma Holders in Electronics Engineering
The field of electronics engineering and communications open up a good number of opportunities for students that are qualified and interested in the subject. Students can either look to gain more specialized knowledge by opting for higher studies or can find lucrative jobs in the government or private sector. Diploma holders in electronics engineering are qualified to apply for a wide variety of jobs that include the consumer electronics industry, defence, commercial and industrial computation, and communications (hardware and software).
Qualified students can take up jobs that involve the design, installation, operation and maintenance of different types of electronics and communications systems in the government and private sectors. Interested students can find openings in companies that design and develop complex systems for signal processing and telecommunications.
Diploma holders in electronics engineering can take up jobs in space research, defence and aviation industries, and the police departments.
These qualified students are the more preferred candidates for some IT companies.
Television and entertainment companies also offer jobs for these candidates.
Electronics engineering diploma holders interested in research can find themselves jobs in ‘Silicon Valley’ companies or the leading engineering colleges and technology institutions anywhere in the world.