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About Department:


UG Intake Capacity: 60
PG Intake Capacity: 24

Vision
To emerge as a department of repute compatible to the changing needs of society at large.

Mission
M1:To cultivate creativity and innovativeness in teaching learning process for developing competent professionals.
M2:To equip graduating students with skill sets to meet current and future demands of industry, academia and society through well designed curriculum.

Program Educational Objective(PEO)
Graduate shall have
PEO-1: Ability to pursue professional carrier.
PEO-2: An ability to adopt rapid changes in core & allied domain of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering fulfilling industrial & societal needs.
PEO-3: An ability to deal with societal problems ethically delivering sustainable solution.

Under Graduate Course:
  The course leading to a Bachelorís Degree in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering was started in the year 2009-10 with intake of 60 seats. The department has started Post Graduate Program (VLSI-Embedded) from July2012.
   The Department of Electronics and Telecommunication is one of the principle academic movers at BSIOTR, which facilitates students to specialize in the field of telecommunication. The main objective of the department is to impart strong background of theory and practical in Radio and Light wave communication including satellite, wireless and Optical Communication Systems etc. The course offered is well known for its applied nature including state-of-the-art laboratory equipments and computable academic work.
    The degree represents an excellent combination of basic engineering science, electronics and telecommunication theory and practice, communication skills and engineering management. This course is designed for students who wish to become professional engineers in the fields of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. The course focuses on the communication systems, electronic control systems, Digital systems, VLSI Design, DSP, DIP, Microcontroller systems, Satellite Communication, Computer Communication networks.
    The course emphasizes the importance of communication and electronics systems and the applications of principles, developed in the course to the solution of significant practical problems. Workshop and laboratory facilities are utilized by students for the extensive project work that is one of the features of the course with PC and workstation based computing laboratories providing tools for electronic circuit simulation and computer-aided design work. The total cost of the department including all labs is Rs.59, 76,130/- .

Post Graduate Course(VLSI & Embedded System):
The PG program has been specially designed to meet the increasing need for professionals who would be able to respond to the convergence between hardware and software having intake of 24 students. It is meant for students who wish to build a professional career in research and development, working on the cutting edge of technology in the area of VLSI and Embedded System. This program comprises both advanced course work and research. The broad areas of research that can be pursued are communication systems, VLSI and embedded systems, and machine intelligence. The curriculum includes foundation courses, specialization courses.  The students are required to pursue two full years (four semesters) of research work.

Departmental Library:
Department of Electronics & Telecommunication has a separate Departmental Library having more than 200 books. It has good collection of Academic and general information books which are helpful for the students.

Digital Library:
The Dept has recently acquired a Digital Library consisting of various research papers, articles, etc. Students and staff can access sites like IEEE, Science Direct, etc. This library was recently updated with videos & expert lectures on various topics conducted by faculties from IIT’s all over India.

Regards,

Dr. Y. S. Angal


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"James Mason Wood"

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