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Department of Electronics & Telecomm. Engineering

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  • Globally acceptable telecom engineers satisfying technical and social needs.


  • To impart basic fundamental knowledge in the field of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.
  • To facilitate a conducive environment to develop professional skills.
  • To offer an efficient teaching learning process to enrich technical competency.
  • To inculcate sensitivity towards society through co-curricular activities.


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • The educational objectives of the Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering program are designed to produce acceptable engineers who are ready to contribute effectively to accommodate the needs of the profession and society. The graduates shall:
  • Identify, define and solve problems in the fields of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
  • Have professional attitude, team spirit, leadership skills and enterprising skills to serve for technical & social needs.
  • Adapt necessary techniques and tools in the rapidly emerging technologies, and take up higher education.
  • (Program Specific Outcomes) PSOs

      At the end of the program the graduates of the E&T department shall have ability to Student shall have ability to
    • Apply basic fundamental knowledge related to electronics circuits, communication systems and signal processing to solve engineering and societal problems.
    • Design, verify and validate electronic functional elements for a variety of applications with a focus on problem solving schemes.
    • Use engineering and management concepts to analyze specifications and prototype electronic experiments and projects either independently or in teams.

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