Department of Electronics Engineering
About the Department
The Department of Electronics Engineering was established in 1988. It has made significant progress since its inception and attained the status of a pioneering Department particularly in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology and in general in the University. It is the only department in the faculty of Engineering & Technology to have a coveted DSA-I (Department of special assistance) status from the UGC. This DSA status has been obtained in a record time of only ten years (after DRS-I and DRS-II) instead of fifteen years (after DRS-III) primarily on the basis of the quality of research publications in IEEE Transactions and other high impact journals. The department is looking forward to achieve the status of "Centre of Excellence" in the near future. It has well qualified faculty with many PhDs from abroad and premier institutes of our country with a combined h-index of 29.
Recently, an MoU between AMU and SCL Chandigarh (an ISRO establishment) has been signed on the 11th of January, 2017 which will enable the fabrication of ICs designed by the department.
The Department offers an undergraduate (B. Tech.) course in Electronics Engineering and two postgraduate (M.Tech.) courses in (1) Electronic Circuits & Systems Design and (2) Communication & Information System. The subjects offered at both, UG & PG levels cover almost all upcoming and areas of significance viz. Analog & Digital Electronics, Microelectronics, VLSI Design & Technology, Electronic Instrumentation, Control Systems, Analog & Digital Communications, Microwave Engineering, Radio, Television, Radars, Optical Communication, Satellite Communication, Mobile Communication, Computer Communication Networks, Image and Signal processing, etc. The well-equipped laboratories supplement a large number of these courses.
B.Tech. (Electronics Engg) and M.Tech. (EC&SD) programmes of the department have been accredited by NBA for 5 years.
VISION of the Department
To produce quality engineers and scientist capable of providing sustainable solutions for complex problems and promoting cost effective, indigenous technology for all sections of society.
1. To frame a well-balanced curriculum with emphasis on basic theoretical knowledge as well the requirements of the industry.
2. To motivate students to develop innovative solutions for the betterment of the society.
3. Collaboration with the industry, research establishments and other academic institutions to bolster the research and development activities.
B. Tech (Electronics)
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
1. To produce Electronics engineering graduates with sound theoretical knowledge as well as practical and managerial skills for better employability.
2. To develop analysis and design skills to solve real-life engineering problems for betterment of society.
3.To provide motivation for and exposure to challenging research problems and interdisciplinary issues to prepare them for higher studies.
4.Broadening the horizon of professional and ethical outlook, development of effective communication skills and ability to work in a team.
Programme Outcomes (PO):
a. Capability of applying knowledge of mathematics, basic sciences, and engineering to solve Electronics engineering problems.
b. Formulation and analysis of engineering problems using concepts of mathematics and engineering sciences.
c. Ability to provide design solutions for intricate engineering problems suited to the needs of society.
d. To draw conclusions based on the design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data.
e. Creation and application of suitable models of complex systems using modern techniques and software tools.
f. Understanding of and commitment to professional and ethical responsibilities.
g. Understanding the effect of engineering solutions on society and environment for sustainable growth.
h. Ability to work independently as well as with diverse teams.
i. Development of effective written and oral communication skills.
j. Ability to manage engineering projects effectively.
k. Ability of independent thinking and lifelong learning.
M. Tech. (Electronics Engg.) Program
(Specialization: Electronic Circuits and System Design)
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
1. To produce Electronics Engineering graduates for intricate technology challenges for betterment of society.
2. To impart research skills amongst the graduates with professional and ethical attitude.
3. To meet educational and industrial needs through effective communication of knowledge.
a. To understand and integrate existing and new acquired knowledge in the discipline for future enrichment.
b. Ability of creative thinking, critical analysis and decision making for productive research and development.
c. Devise feasible and optimal solutions to the problems in the area of expertise, amenable to society and environment.
d. To conduct literature surveys and contribute in emerging areas through collaborative and multidisciplinary research.
e. Understanding of tools and techniques, and their usage in analysis and design.
f. Ability to write reports and communicate through effective presentations.
g. To improve capability for solving engineering problems
h. Understanding of the professional and ethical responsibilities.
i. Ability of independent and reflective learning.
M TECH ELECTRONICS (Communication & Information Systems)
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO-1. To produce graduates with theoretical and practical knowledge of Communication Engineering and Technology for better employability and contribution to the development of industry as well as society.
PEO-2. To provide strong background required to pursue higher education or research in the field of communication and related interdisciplinary areas.
PEO-3. To develop professional and ethical outlook and effective communication skills.
Program Outcomes (POs)
a. Ability to apply knowledge of sciences, mathematics and engineering principles to formulate and analyze communication engineering problems.
b. Ability to design and solve the engineering problems in the area of communication and information systems.
c. Usage of modern tools and techniques in solving the problems in contemporary areas.
d. Ability to identify and solve research problems in core and related multidisciplinary areas for rapidly changing technologically advancing society.
e. Development of effective written and oral communication skills.
f. Understanding of ethical, professional and societal responsibilities.
g. Ability to manage engineering projects and problems effectively under practical constraints.
h. Ability of independent thinking and lifelong learning.