Importance of Branch:
Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) is one of the largest and fastest-growing fields of engineering. The present Global Technology revolution is changing the world and is offering challenging opportunities to specifically Engineers. Electronics and Communication Engineering has a vital position in this technology revolution. ECE is a subfield of core Electrical Engineering. Many IITs and Aboard Universities are considering the ECE branch within the name of Electrical Engineering. There are two streams in this branch i.e. Electronics field and Communication field at the graduate level (B.Tech) and they are separated as specializations at the postgraduate level.
The basic aim of Electronics and Communication Engineers is to produce products that are smaller, smarter, and multi-functional. All electronic devices need a software interface to run and come with one other or other device controlling programs architected and developed by electronics and communication engineering. It also gives great opportunities for research and development, as everyday consumers need new devices to support them in daily life.
Electronics engineers must find new solutions to the practical problems affecting our daily lives. It covers a wide range of applications which make our life easier and enjoyable such as Television, Radio, computers, telecommunication, etc. They help us to see, hear, and communicate over vast distances and do things faster. Electronics has a major role in improving productivity in industries like oil, energy, agriculture and so many other important sectors of the economy. In steel, petroleum, and chemical industries it is the electronic devices that direct, control, and test production processes. The health care industry depends on electronic instruments to perform chemical tests and to check body functions.
Many electronics engineers today specialize in the development of programs for microprocessor-based electronic systems, known as embedded systems. Due to the detailed knowledge of the hardware that is required for doing this, it is normally done by electronics engineers. Electronics engineers who exclusively carry out the role of programming embedded systems or microprocessors are referred to as “embedded systems engineers”, or “firmware engineers”.
here is a good scope for ECE engineers. The Scope is very wide open because the world is moving in the field of technology and developments.
1. It has scope in almost every industry as every industry deals with electronics and computers.
2. There is a huge scope for the Radio and Television industry after B Tech (Electronics & Communication Engineering).
3. They can also find jobs with both private and public Telecommunication companies.
4. Software companies are more interested to employ students with Electronics & Communication backgrounds.
5. They can find jobs in the power sector, steel plants petroleum, and chemical industry also.
6. They have the scope in both public sectors like ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), ECIL (Electronics Corporation of India Limited), BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Center), DRDO (Defense Research and Development Organization), BEL (Bharat Electronics Limited), DERL (Defense Electronics and Research Laboratory), BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited), HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited) and Railway Departments and private sectors like Intel Corporation, Samsung Electronics, Texas Instruments, Phillips Semiconductors, Hewlett-Packard (HP), International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Cisco Systems, HCL Technologies with regard to installation, operation and maintenance of electronics equipment and systems.
7. Defense, space, and other organizations, which undertake research on a large scale basis, employ electronics engineers in developing and designing systems and devices for telecommunication and signal processing.
8. Their services are used in designing, fabrication, and manufacturing of electronic equipment.
9. They can also take up teaching and research in one of the many engineering colleges in India or abroad and opt for research work.
10. They can go for PG Courses in IITs, M.S in Aboard with various Specializations like VLSI Design, Embedded System, Communication Engineering, Signals and System, Microwave Communications, etc.,
11. The ability to switch between Hardware and Software fields.
2001(B.Tech) and 2010(M.Tech)
|Under Graduate||Post Graduate|
M.Tech-VLSI & Embedded Systems
List of UG Staff
|1||Dr SHAIK BASHEERA||Professor|
|2||G.S.J.Mani kumar||Assoc. Professor|
|3||K Bhagya Rani||Assistant Professor|
|4||V Bharath Kumar Reddy||Assistant Professor|
|5||M Sowjanya Priya Darsini||Assistant Professor|
|7||N Hima Bindu||Assistant Professor|
|8||K Samba Siva Rao||Assistant Professor|
|9||R V Ramanaiah||Assistant Professor|
|10||Shafeena Begum||Assistant Professor|
|11||Vemula Mahesh||Assistant Professor|
|13||P Basavanth Varma||Assistant Professor|
|14||G Siva Kumar||Assistant Professor|
|15||S Prabhu Dasu||Assistant Professor|
|16||M Naga Prasanna||Assistant Professor|
|17||N Veda Kumar||Assistant Professor|
|18||V Srinivasa Rao||Assistant Professor|
|19||T V Srinivasa Rao||Assistant Professor|
|20||T Jahnavi||Assistant Professor|
|21||S Suman||Assistant Professor|
|22||Napa Lavanya||Assistant Professor|
|23||Y Tiru Sameer||Assoc. Professor|
List of PG staff
|1||H Raghunadha Rao||Assoc. Professor|
|2||T Renushya Pale||Assistant Professor|
|3||K Srinivasa Rao||Assistant Professor|
|4||N Nagaraju||Assistant Professor|
|5||P Satish Chandra||Assistant Professor|
No.of Class Rooms: 08
No.of Tutorial Rooms: 02
No. of Physical labs – Hardware: 03
85 pass percentage every year with minimum 80 % First-class till 2017 and nearly average of 60 % from 2015-2019
1800 Rural students Graduated and 100 students Post Graduated. Approximately.
2 Faculty members achieved Best Teacher Award and 5 Faculty are Life Members of ISTE.
10% of Faculty have been trained by IIT, Madras experts under FDP Program on Teaching-Learning Methodologies.
More than papers 120 published by the faculty and around 130 papers are published by students within four years in National and International Journals and Conferences.
27 members attended for conferences 7 members attended for short term courses for the last 10 years
Students consistent achievements in Competitive Exams like GATE, Defense, GRE, PSUs at least 4 per batch till 2016, and 1 in 2017.
50 Student Project Models (Hardware) available.
No.of Industrial Visits by students for the last 10 years is 13.
No.of Industrial Projects done by students for the last 10 years are 56.
8 Members are invited as Resource Persons from the Public and Private Sectors.
Students won prizes for Extra-curricular activities for Students
|S.NO||ACADEMIC YEAR||NO.OF PLACEMENTS|
Technical Fests named VIVEKA-20– with events like POWERPOINT PRESENTATION, TECHNICAL QUIZ, POSTER PRESENTATION, JUST A MINUTE (JAM), and PROJECT EXPO.
Co-curricular and Extra-curricular activities for Students
Department Library :
Number of books: 203 (both UG & PG) + around 60 books donated by students.
Number of computer systems with net facilities: 04(1- working)
Number of CDs: 02 1. Keil software 2. Xilinx software
Number of journals: 04(IJETT, IOSRJECE, IJECIERD, IJESAS)
student projects list for Academic Year 2019-2020
|S. No.||Project Title||Student Lead|
|1||Design Of An Efficient Multilayer ALU In Quantum Dot Cellular Automata||G.Yashaswini|
|2||7T Security Oriented SRAM Bit Cell||CH.Papa|
|3||Kidney Disease Detection Using CNN||G Prema Leela|
|4||An Approximate Unsigned Multiplier Design With Varied Error Rate||T. Mohansaicharan|
|5||Hardware Software Co Simulation Of Obfoscated 128-Bit AES Algorithm For Image Processing Applications||B.Keerthi Sri|
|6||IOT Based Feedback System For Public Sectors||K.Kumari|
|7||Gesture Control Robot For Military||P.Suresh|
|8||Concurrent Error Detectable Carry Select Adder With Easy Testability||P.Srinivasarao|
|9||GSM Based Airport Automation||M.Anusha|
|10||Wireless Sensor Based Bomb Detection Robot||U.Anitha|
|11||IOT Based Weather Monitoring System Using Edge Computing||K.L.Prasanna|
|12||Voice Controlled Robotic Vehicle With Obstacle Detection And Collision Avoidance||K.Yamuna|
|13||Design Of Power Efficient Approximate 4:2 Compressors For Imprecise Multipliers||V.Sindhu|
|14||Approximate Carry Propagate Adder For Energy-Efficient DSP Applications||B.Maruthisai|
|15||Automated Reminder Medicine Box For Old People And Hospital||P.Roopa|
|16||Design And Analysis Of Microstrip Semicircular Patch Antenna Using IE3D Software||Sk.Shahina|
|17||Design And Analysis Of Microstrip Rectangular Patch Antenna Using IE3D Software||P RATNA RUCHITHA|
|18||Block Based Carry Speculative Approximate Adder For Energy Efficient Applications||V. Jayasri|
|19||Non Contact Hand Gesture Control Robot||K. Manikanta|
|20||Password Based Circuit Breaker System||Tarun. B|
|21||Bus Tracking System By Using Node Mcu||S. Kotamma|
|22||Design And Analysis Of Microstrip Semicircular Patch Antenna Using Ie3d Software||K. Vijaya Lakshmi|
|23||Intelligent Traffic Signal Control System For Ambulance Using IOT||D.Ranimma|
|24||An Energy Efficient Truncation And Rounding Based Scalable Approximate Multiplier||K.Srivalli Lakshmi Pujitha|
|25||Design And Analysis Of Microstrip Equilateral Patch Antenna Using Ie3d Software||SD.Reshma|
Research Papers/Faculty development Programs / Workshops/Conferences