Overview and Program Outcomes

Electronics rules the modern world. It has profound influence and has become an integral part of every technology. With a mission to mould the students as the best technocrats and prepare them to face the ever changing challenges in the electronics industry. The Department of ECE commenced in the year 2007 with an intake of 60 and later expanded to accommodate 120 students in the academic year 2009. Later expanded to accommodate 180 students in the academic year 2013. Since 2013, the intake is 180,besides an additional 20% under lateral entry scheme.The department has the faculty members who have vast experience in the field in both industries and academics. The department has an Advisory Committee, which advises planning of academic matters and development of the laboratories and upgrading skills of the faculty.

The department has computers with latest versions of computer software and hardware. All computers are connected through college LAN with 30 Mbps Internet facility for the use of students and faculty all the time.

The department has the following full-fledged laboratories:

1. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab.
2. Basic Simulation Lab.
3. Electrical Technology Lab.
4. Electronic Circuits and Pulse Circuits Lab.
5. Analog Communications Lab.
6. IC Applications and HDL Simulation Lab.
7. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab.
8. Digital Signal Processing Lab.
9. Microwave Engineering and Digital Communications Lab.

The department library has 500 titles of text books for UG course. The number of project reports available in the library is 100 for UG. The department takes an active role in arranging expert lectures, guest lectures and Industrial visits for the benefit of students. Students are encouraged to take up industry oriented projects. The students are also motivated to present papers in student seminars, paper contests etc. at various conferences. The department organizes students counselling by the members of faculty to monitor regularity and discipline among students.  About 15 students are allotted to each teacher to guide, motivate and counsel them on academic and other matters. The teacher counselors regularly interact with the students and maintain registers on the progress of the students. Class teachers are allotted to check student’s attendance and punctuality. A Disciplinary Committee comprising of the senior faculty is constituted for maintaining discipline and dress code of the students. Some faculty members are allotted roster duties to check the punctuality of both the staff and students. The department constantly interacts with the alumni and seeks their advice on academic matters. Their suggestions are taken into consideration in various developmental activities of the department. Among the past four batches of students who have graduated so far, 200 students have been placed in reputed MNC's like Tata Consultancy Services, Tech Mahindra, Mahindra Satyam, Infosys Technologies Ltd, Robert Bosch, Computer Science Corporation, Convergys, Mphasis, Syntel etc. Some alumni have pursued higher studies in Engineering/Management in reputed Universities in India and abroad.

Program Educational Objectives

            PEO:1

                 Graduates shall have a solid foundation and in-depth knowledge in engineering, science, and technology for a successful career in                             Electronics and Communication Engineering.

           PEO:2

                Graduates shall become effective collaborators ‘or’ innovators in efforts to address social, technical and engineering challenges with                          continuous learning.

            PEO:3

               Graduates shall engage in professional development through self-study, post-graduation, and research.

            PEO:4

                Graduates shall have integrity, professional and ethical values, team spirit and good communication skills.

Program Outcomes

               PO: 1

ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE:

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO: 2

PROBLEM ANALYSIS:

Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO: 3

DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS:

Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO: 4

CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS:

Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO: 5

MODERN TOOL USAGE:

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO: 6

THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY:

Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO: 7

ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY:

Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO: 8

ETHICS:

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities, and norms of the engineering practice.

PO: 9

INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK:

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO: 10 COMMUNICATION:

Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.

PO: 11

PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE:

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO: 12

LIFE-LONG LEARNING:

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program specific outcomes:

 

 

                 PSO1: EMERING TECHNOLOGIES USAGE:

                             Ability to use electronic modern IT tools(both hardware& software) for the design and analysis of complex electronic systems                                 for additional research activities.


                 PSO2: CAPABILITY TO COMPREHEND AND APPLY:

                            Should be able to Apply the concepts and applications in the field of  communication/networking signal processing,embedded                                systems and semiconductor technology for excellent adaptability, good interpersonal skills with professional ethics and social                                responsibilities.

Vision and Mission

Vision

To evolve the department as a centre of excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering education in the country, to train students in contemporary technologies to meet the needs of global industry and to develop them into skilful engineers imbued with knowledge of core as well as inter-disciplinary domains, human values and professional ethics.

Mission

DM1.To adopt pedagogical processes and environment to meet the educational objectives and outcomes of Emerging Technologies in the field of Electronics.

DM2.To prepare for higher education, employment, Intellectual professional attitude, Industrial research aptitude, life long learning, entrepreneurial practices, ethical values and social concern.

DM3.To impart knowledge in the field of Electronics and its related areas with a focus on developing the required competencies and virtues to meet the requirements of society.

Faculty Details

S.No

    UID

Faculty Name

Designation

Qualification

Photo

1

1881-160307-111846

Dr.P.Lakshmi Devi

Professor 

B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

2 9515-040712-4600 Dr.Sharath Chandra Inguva Associate Professor & HOD B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

3

7258-150409-102513

Dr.K.Srinivasulu

Associate Professor

B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D

4

3380-201104-143400

Dr. N. Srikanth Associate Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

5

2386-151218-155645

Dr. S. Venkatesulu Associate Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

6

96150405-212107

Mrs.M.Jyothirmai

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech, (Ph.D)

7

06150401-152636

Mrs.S.Naga Jyothi

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

8

88150403-184052

Mrs.B.Kanka Durga

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech (Ph.D)

9

31150331-163917

Mr.B.Ramesh

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

10

9552-150426-145443

Mr.I.Obulesh

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

11

3212-170106-161830

Mrs.D Radhika

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

12

43150403-171024

Mr.Raju Rollakanti

Asst. Prof.

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

13

8316-150413-135654

Mr.G.Narsimhulu

Asst. Prof.

B.E,M.Tech,(Ph.D)

14

1881-180818-111003

Mrs.M.Padma

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

15

31150402-165228

Mrs.Hemlatha Dalmia

Asst. Prof.

B.E, M.Tech

16

2274-150427-133529

Mrs. Divya Jyothi

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

 

17

3970-201016-121307

Mr.R.Santhosh Kumar

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

18

4371-201016-114646

Mrs.A.Jyothy

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

19

1706-170523-114714

Mr.J.Siva Rama Krishna

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech,

20

4384-160125-125429

Mr.B.Ravi Chandra

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

21

3541-170117-115907

Mrs.Nimma Swathi

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

22

6418-170112-151747

Mrs.Mekala Parimala

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

23

3791-150416-101746

Mr.Ch.Sravan Kumar

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

24

5898-200307-163747

Mr.A.Raghu Babu

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

25

3917-150413-193159

Mr.Siva Kumar.M

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

26

7679-201021-153010

Mr.B.Radha Krishna

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.Tech

27

0445-201022-105049

Mr.M.Bhargava Ramudu

Asst. Prof.

B.Tech, M.S

28 7596-201109-112020 Mr. Goda Vasantharao Asst.Prof B.Tech, M.Tech
29 4320-150411-155931 Mr. G. Sunil Kumar Asst.Prof B.Tech, M.Tech
 

 

Courses

 

I B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Linear Algebra and Advanced Calculus

Question Bank

Basic Electrical Engineering Lab

Engineering Chemistry

Question Bank

English Language and Communications Lab

Basic Electrical Engineering

Question Bank

Engineering Chemistry Lab

English

Question Bank

 

Electronic Devices and Circuits

Question Bank

 

Soft Skills – 1 (Value Added Course)

Question Bank

 

I B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Differential Equations and Vector Calculus

Question Bank

Applied Physics Lab

Applied Physics

Question Bank

Programing for Problem Solving Lab

Programming for Problem Solving

Question Bank

Engineering Practices

Engineering Graphics and Design

Question Bank

 

Network Analysis

Question Bank

 

Soft Skills – 2 (Value Added Course)

Question Bank

 

II B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Electronic Devices and Circuits

Question Bank

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

Network Analysis and Transmission Lines

Question Bank

Digital System Design Lab

Digital System Design

Question Bank

Basic Simulation Lab

Signals and Systems

Question Bank

 

Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes

Question Bank

 

Constitution of India (Mandatory Course)

Question Bank

 

II B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Laplace Transform, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables

Question Bank

Analog and Digital Communications Lab

Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

Question Bank

IC Applications Lab

Analog and Digital Communications

Question Bank

Electronic Circuits Analysis Lab

Linear IC Applications

Question Bank

Gender Sensitization Lab (Mandatory Course)

Electronic Circuit Analysis

Question Bank

 

III B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

Question Bank

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab

Data Communications and Networks

Question Bank

Data Communications and Networks Lab

Control Systems

Question Bank

Advanced Communication Skills Lab

Business Economics & Finance Analysis

Question Bank

 

Profession Elective – 1

Computer Organization & Operating Systems

Question Bank

 

Intellectual Property Rights (Mandatory Course)

Question Bank

 

Cyber Security (Mandatory Course)

Question Bank

 

III B.Tech II Semester

 

Theory

Practical

Antennas and Propagation

 

Question Bank

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Digital Signal Processing

Question Bank

e-CAD Lab

VLSI Design

Question Bank

Scripting Languages Lab

Profession Elective – 2

Object Oriented Programming through Java

Question Bank

 

Open Elective – 1

Basics of Sensor Technology

Question Bank

 

Environmental Science

(Lateral entry students only)

Question Bank

 

Artificial Intelligence (Mandatory Course)

Question Bank

 

IV B.Tech I Semester

 

Theory

Practical

Microwave and Optical Communications

Question Bank

Microwave and Optical Communications Lab

Professional Elective - 3

Question Bank

Industrial Oriented Mini Project / Summer Internship

Professional Elective - 4

Question Bank

Seminar

Open Elective - 2

Question Bank

Project Stage - 1

Professional Practice, Law & Ethics

Question Bank

 

IV B.Tech II Semester

 

Theory

Practical

Professional Elective 5

Question Bank

Project Stage - 2

Professional Elective - 6

Question Bank

 

Open Elective - 3

Question Bank

 

 

Professional Electives

Elective - 1

Elective - 2

Computer Organization & Operating Systems

Error Correcting Codes

Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation

Object Oriented Programming through Java

Mobile Communications and Networks

Embedded System Design

Elective – 3

Elective - 4

Artificial Neural Networks

Scripting Languages

Digital Image Processing

Biomedical Instrumentation

Database Management Systems

Network Security and Cryptography

Elective – 5

Elective – 6

Satellite Communications

Radar Systems

Wireless Sensor Network

System on Chip Architecture

Test and Testability

Low Power VLSI Design

 

Open Electives

Basics of Sensor Technology

 

 

Syllabus

Academic Calendar

E-Resources

Academic Excellence

ECE

S.No.

Hallticket

Branch

Name of the Student

CGPA

1

16BKA0493

ECE

KURUGANTI SUHITHA LAKHI REDDY

8.18

S.No.

Hallticket

Branch

Name of the Student

Percentage

2

15BK1A0431

ECE

MADHULIKA

78.32

3

14BK1A0450

ECE

SHASHANK NANDA KUMAR

 79.6

4

13BK1A0419

ECE

DULAM SWATHI DURGA

81.05

5

13BK1D5503

ECE

ERRABOINA VARALAXMI

78.81

6

12BK1A04E5

ECE

KEESARI SANDHYA RANI

81.42

7

12BK1D5504

ECE

SHAILAJA

79.69

8

11BK1A04B4

ECE

SANTHAPURAM BHAVANA

84.71

9

10BK1A0406

ECE

APURAV KHARE

82.12

10

09BK1A0468

ECE

GOMATAM  AISHWARYA

88.29

Projects

Achievements

S.No.

Hall ticket No

NAME OF THE STUDENT

NAME OF THE CONFERENCE

VENUE

DATES

TITLE OF THE PAPER

AWARD

1

15BK1A0482

K.PRATHIMA

Aquila – 2018

Poster presentation

 

SPEC

16/03/2018

SATELITTE COMMUNICATIONS

1ST

2

15BK1A0497

R.SINDHUJA

Aquila – 2018

Poster presentation

 

SPEC

16/03/2018

SATELITTE COMMUNICATIONS

1ST

3

15BK1A04A4

SUPRIYA

Aquila – 2018

Poster presentation

 

SPEC

16/03/2018

SATELITTE COMMUNICATIONS

1ST

4

15BK1A0423

KEERTHI

Aquila – 2018

Poster presentation

 

SPEC

16/03/2018

COMMUNICATIONS

2ND

5

15BK1A0431

MADHULIKA

Aquila – 2018

Poster presentation

 

SPEC

16/03/2018

COMMUNICATIONS

2ND

6

15BK1A0439

K.PRAVALLIKA

Aquila – 2018

Paper presentation

 

SPEC

16/03/2018

COMMUNICATIONS

2ND

7

15BK1A0451

SRINIDHI .A

Aquila – 2018

Paper presentation

SPEC

16/03/2018

COMMUNICATIONS

3RD

8

16BK1A0425

K.GOURINATH

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

1ST

9

16BK1A0419

H.D. BALRAJ

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

1ST

10

15BK1A0494

SHIVA NAGENDER

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

2ND

11

15BK1A04B9

SRI CHANDRA

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

2ND

12

15BK1A04B4

SAI KUMAR

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

2ND

13

15BK1A0458

V.VINAY REDDY

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

3RD

14

15BK1A04

A.DHANA SHEKAR REDY

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

3RD

15

16BK5A0409

N.MOUNISH ROY

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

3RD

16

15BK1A0402

AKHILESHWAR REDDY

Aquila – 2018

Project expo

SPEC

16/03/2018

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

3RD

17

15BK1A0498

R.RAMYA

Aquila – 2018

Quiz

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

1ST

18

15BK1A0469

D.OMKAR

Aquila – 2018

Quiz

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

1ST

19

15BK1A04B3

VENU BABU

Aquila – 2018

Quiz

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

2ND

20

15BK1A0489

M.SHARATH

Aquila – 2018

Quiz

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

2ND

21

15BK1A0422

LEELA KRISHNA

Aquila – 2018

Circuit Design

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

1ST

22

15BK1A0426

SHASHANK

Aquila – 2018

Circuit Design

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

1ST

23

16BK5A0409

MOUNISH ROY.N

Aquila – 2018

Circuit Design

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

2ND

24

15BK1A0404

NIKHIL RAJ

Aquila – 2018

Circuit Design

SPEC

16/03/2018

TECHNICAL

2ND

Infrastructure

Academic Facilities

 

 

 

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