DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Electronics and Communication Engineering

ABOUT DEPARTMENT

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has an intake capacity of 120 Students. The present faculty strength is 32. More than 150 Research papers have been published in international or national journals and conferences. The department is functionally divided into Three broad areas of specialization: (i) Design (ii) Research (iii) Development and Testing of Electronic Equipments in communication systems. 11 no of laboratories are established for practical courses of Diploma and B. Tech

Infrastructure
S.No. Name of the Infrastructural facilities Quantity Details
1 Departmental Library 1 200
2 Number of class rooms 5 LH-1 to LH-5
3 Number of labs 4 EDC/PDC LAB, LICA/STLD LAB, MP&MC/VLSI LAB, MWE/DC/AC LAB
4 Seminar Hall 1 SH-1
5 Central Workshop if any 1 WS-1
Programs Offered
DIPLOMA
Diploma in Electronics and Communications Engineering [ D.E.C.E ]
B.Tech
Electronics & Communication Engineering [ E.C.E ]
M.Tech
Electronics & Communication Engineering VLSI [ E.C.E ]
ECE Embedded System [ E.C.E ]

Vision of the Department

To produce knowledgeble, professionally quality engineers who are confident and employable .in the field of Electronics and Comuunication Engineering

Mission of the Department

To impart knowledge in the field of Electronics & Communication Engineering so that the students should be in a position to acquire competency and apply the same in tandem with industry expectations and social aspirations

B.Tech Laboratories
S.No. Name of the Laboratory
1 ELECTRONIC DEVICES & CIRCUITS LAB
2 ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS LAB
3 ANALOG COMMUNICATIONS LAB
4 PULSE AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB
5 LINEAR IC APPLICATIONS LAB
6 DIGITAL IC APPLICATIONS LAB
7 MICRO PROCESSORS &MICRO CONTROLLERS LAB
8 VLSI LAB
9 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB
10 DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS LAB
11 MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING LAB

Time Table

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POS AND PEOS
Program Outcomes
PEO 1:
Apply Electronics and communications knowledge, mathematical knowledge and domain knowledge to identify and capture requirements of specific problems.
PEO 2:
Analyze and develop models for specific problems using principles of mathematics, computing sciences and relevant domains.
PEO 3:
Design, implement, test and maintain solutions for systems, components or processes that meet specific needs with consideration for safety, societal and environmental issues.
PEO 4:
Conduct required experiments, generate, analyze and interpret the data to draw valid conclusions.
PEO 5:
Adapt the techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for solving complex Electronics and Communications problems with an understanding of their limitations.
PEO 6:
Adhere to all regulations and ethics in professional practice as a Electronics and Communication engineer.
PEO 7:
Understand and evaluate the sustainability in the solution of problems related to Electronics and Communications Engineering in societal and environmental contexts.
PEO 8:
Understand legal, ethical, societal, environmental, health issues within local and global contexts.
PEO 9:
Function effectively as an individual and as a member or a leader in diverse and multidisciplinary teams.
PEO 10:
Communicate effectively (oral / written) with professionals and general public.
PEO 11:
Apply the principles of project management and finance to one’s professional work.
PEO 12:
Engage in lifelong learning to keep abreast of latest trends and emerging technologies.

Program Educational Objectivess
After 3-5 years from the year of graduation, our graduates will, With an exposure to the areas of VLSI, Embedded Systems, Signal / Image Processing, Communications, Wave theory, and Electronic circuits in modern electronics and communications environment. Demonstrate the impact of Electronics and Communications Engineering on the society, ethical, social and professional responsibilities/implications of their work. With strong foundations in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze Electronics and communications. Engineering problems. Have strong communication inter-personal skills, multicultural adoptability and to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams. Engage life-long learning to become successful in their professional work.
PEO 1:
To inculcate the adaptability skills into the students for design and use of analog and digital circuits and communications and any other allied fields of Electronics.
PEO 2:
Ability to understand and analyze engineering issues in a broader perspective with ethical responsibility towards sustainable development.
PEO 3:
To develop professional skills in students that prepares them for immediate employment and for lifelong learning in advanced areas of Electronics and communications and related fields.
PEO 4:
To equip with skills for solving complex real-world problems related to VLSI, Embedded Systems, Signal/Image processing, Communications, and Wave theory.
PEO 5:
Graduates will make valid judgment, synthesize information from a range of sources and communicate them in sound ways in order to find an economically viable solution.
PEO 6:
To develop overall personality and character with team spirit, professionalism, integrity, and moral values with the support of humanities, social sciences and physical educational courses.

Program Specific Outcomes
PSO 1:
Problem Solving Skills – Graduate will be able to apply latest electronics techniques and communications principles for designing of communications systems.
PSO 2:
Professional Skills – Graduate will be able to develop efficient and effective Communications systems using modern Electronics and Communications engineering techniques.
PSO 3:
Successful Career – To produce graduates with a solid foundation in Electronics and Communications engineering who will pursue lifelong learning and professional development including post graduation.
PSO 4:
The Engineer and Society– Ability to apply the acquired knowledge for the advancement of society and self.

FACULTY
ECE DEPARTMENT 2018-2019 FACULTY LIST
S. No NAME OF FACULTY QUALIFICATION
1 BANAVATHU  BALA KRISHNA M.TECH
2 CHIMARALA PRAVEEN KUMAR REDDY M.TECH
3 INDIRA GANDHI SEELAM M.TECH
4 JAMPANI SANDHYA M.TECH
5 JUVVANAPUDI ROSE VICTOR M.TECH
6 KOTTU RAMU M.TECH
7 NAGENDRA BABU GUGULOTHU M.TECH
8 NAGU NAIK DANAVATH M.TECH
9 NARASIMMHA RAO MANBOTHULA M.TECH
10 NEMMOJU   CHANTI M.TECH
11 PUTTA SOLMAN RAJU M.TECH
12 RAMPATI PURNA SAI M.TECH
13 SHAIK AREEFA BEGUM M.TECH
14 SRINIVASA RAO PILLI M.TECH
15 VENKANNA BHUKYA M.TECH
16 ANDUKURU BHAVANI M.TECH
17 BAYIREDDY LAKSHMI M.TECH
18 KADAGALA LEELA VATHI M.TECH
19 AKULA RAVI NAGA TEJA M.TECH
20 KHASIM SHAIK M.TECH
21 BANDIKOLLA LAKSHMI M.TECH
22 BOORAGOMMULA ANNAPURANA M.TECH
23 PATIBANDLA  NAVEEN M.TECH
24 JAMPANI SATISH M.TECH
25 SRIPADI LALITHA M.TECH
26 KATUKURI VEERA SWAMY M.TECH
27 JYOTHULA SOWJANYA M.TECH
28 MAMIDI GOPI M.TECH
29 PAPATLA  NASARA BABU M.TECH
30 PAPTLA  RAJESWARI M.TECH
31 MUNDRU RAMANJENYA RAO M.TECH
32 PARSIKA DHANA LAXMI M.TECH

LABORATORIES
  • The department has the following laboratories available:
  • Electronic devices and circuits Laboratory
  • Analog Electronics Laboratory
  • Pulse and Digital Circuits Laboratory
  • Analog communication Laboratory
  • Linear IC Applications Laboratory
  • Microprocessors and microcontrollers laboratory
  • Microwave & DC laboratory
  • Digital Communication Laboratory
  • Digital IC Applications Laboratory
  • Basic simulation laboratory
  • Digital signal processing laboratory
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