UG Programs / ECE

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To Impart Technical Education Par Excellence and prepare Leaders to grow beyond leaps and bounds to serve the Growing Industries and Society.


  • To train the students to emerge as out-standing skilled technocrats imbibed with professional ethicsengineering and managerial skills with commitment to the society and nation at large.
  • To create centre of excellence in the field of Electronics with industrial and university collaborations.


The primary goal is to prepare the students to become successful professionals by providing thorough foundation for each student with sound background in Electronics and communication Engineering.

Short Term Goals

  • Improve academic performance of students using innovative and creative methods of teaching to attain academic excellence by providing support for self-learning and modernize the laboratories in tune with the needs.
  • Place teaching / tutorial material of each subject on the internet to enable students to browse at their own place of learning.
  • Conduct pre placement programs for students to acquire soft and hard skills to Achieve cent percent placement
  • Conduct International and National Level conferences in emerging areas of Electronics and Communication fields.
  • Strengthen the department infrastructure and human resources towards R& D Activities.
  • Establish and strengthen Industry-Institute interaction and be industry solution Providers by getting MoU’s with various Multi-National Companies

Long Term Goals

  • Shape the department as a Centre of excellence in the field of Design and Automation among the VTU affiliated colleges.
  • Setup a Continuing Education Programs for Working Professional.
  • To be among best institutes in the state and be recognized as the best department in research field and strive hard to meet the social, ecological and ethical needs of the region.
  • Development of projects for the automation of various departments.
  • Getting Recognition to ECE Department as a Centre of Franchise or Study Centre and develop international leaders in technology.

HOD 's Message

" A desire can change nothing, a decision can change something but a determination can change everything "

A warm and affectionate welcome from the Department of the Electronics and Communication (E&C) Engineering at R.R Institute of Technology.

Electronics is the foundation on which computer Engineering, Information Technology, Automobile / avionics engineering and bio-electronics and mechatronics have grown. Electronics engineering is a most dynamically changing and ever evolving and widening branch of the engineering profession having applications in every discipline of engineering including automobiles, telecommunications, diagnostics and treatment devices for medicine, audio and video, photography, measurement and metrology equipment, aviation and avionics.

Our department has a fine blend team of qualified, highly experienced faculty andcommitted staff members and are striving hard continuously to improve upon the quality of education to maintain its position of leadership in engineering and technology.

Vision of the department is to gratify the need of the industry by producing informative and committed engineers. This is accomplished by imparting in depth theoretical knowledge followed by hands-on in state-of-the-art laboratories which are being upgraded from time to time to provide adequate opportunities for the students to learn and bring innovate. The department is also offers value added courses on variety of domains to improvise the professional qualities of the budding engineers.

All of the top achievers as everyone knoware life-long learners looking for new skills, insights and ideas. It is certain that our students will prove to be an invaluable asset to an organization.

Program details

The department offers 4 years undergraduate program B.E in Electronics and Communication Engineering and 2 years Post graduate program M.Techin Digital Electronics and Communication Engineering.

The Department was established in the year 2008 with intake of 60. Further the intake is increased to 120 in the year 2011. The institute has introduced the post-graduate course of M.Tech in Digital Electronics & Communication, in the year 2013 with an annual in-take of 18 students.

The department is recognized as Research center to offer Doctoral course under VTU in the year 2015-16 .

Undergraduate Programme

Highlights of course :

The electronics & communication technology has undergone a quantum leap in the recent past, necessitating the students to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt themselves to the changing needs of the industry. The convergence of telecommunication and information technologies has ushered in a new era of information communication technology (ICT). The student of Electronics &Communication Engineering must be capable of mastering in electronic devices, circuits and systems with an emphasis on applications related to telecommunication and information technologies. With the knowledge so gained in the college, the student should be productive in the industry.

Foundation courses like basic science, electrical science, engineering mathematics, computer programming concepts, concepts of civil and mechanical engineering were thought in first year to give an insight into various engineering fields and where the students can apply their knowledge to bring innovation at the end of the course.

From second year of studies student start to learn about core Electronics subjects like analog electronic, digital electronics, network analysis, control system, microprocessor and microcontroller,Electromagnetics, Power electronics, VLSI Design etc., In Communication side student learn subjects like signals and systems, Analog and Digital Communication, Digital Signal Processing,Satellite Communication, Microwave and Fiber communication, Wireless Communication & Network security and advanced communication system etc., are just few to mention. Few eminent elective subjects like operating systems, MEMS, multimedia communication, neural networks and fuzzy systems, java and CGI programming, mixed mode VLSI and planer antennas are add-on to course taught at various levels.

Students carry a project work in final year, which has a lot of credential and more marks, which trains our students to prepare proper documentation andto meet the industrial expectation/industrial needs. Many of ourstudents carry out project at industry to get industrial insight.

Postgraduate Programme

The M.Tech course on Digital Electronics and Communication Systems aims to provide the knowledge to students of Electronics and communication background in various core subjects like Antenna Theory and Design, Advanced Digital Communication, Modern DSP, Advanced Embedded System, Digital Electronics, Error control and coding, Advanced Computer Architecture and elective courses like CMOS VLSI Design, Wireless & Mobile Network, Advances in VSLI design and Real Time Operating System.

Add-on to the course student has to undergo internship training programme to get exposure to industrial process.

Highlights About Laboratory - A

Engineering is not only a subject to study but also a subject to practice, all our laboratorys are

1. AEC Lab : The students are given experiments involving working of basic components and equipments. The students also design and test various circuits using theorems studied in circuit theory and principles of electrical engineering. The students are made to test the working of various active devices studied in electron devices course by verifying the characteristics of the devices with reference to specifications given in data sheets

2. AC+LIC Lab : This research centre has been given a rule to help understudies of college classes to do fundamental examinations in simple correspondence in the research facility.

Significance :

This Laboratory is composed in a way that an understudy with essential understanding on electronic circuit hypothesis can take in the hypothesis and test the fundamentals of simple correspondence procedures. Alongside circuit segments, presentations, an informative supplement area which talks about the information sheet points of interest of that segment is given. Each examination is clarified with related circuit charts, which were drawn utilizing EDA schematic editorial manager.

3. ADC Lab : The Advanced Communication Laboratory covers configuration and check of the ideas of Advancedcomputerized correspondence frameworks that work from MHz-GHz range. The lab incorporate investigates utilizations of Digital coding and tweaks systems, Fiber Optic Correspondence and Characteristics of microwave waveguide parts. This lab is prepared with Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Modules for Digital Modulation and Demodulation strategies and Power Supply units.

Significance : To improve exact estimation and watch waveform with better clarity Digital Storage Oscilloscopes are utilized. The Microwave test seats are utilized to lead tests in GHz recurrence range. Different advanced coding and adjustment packs are utilized separated from discrete segments to exhibit the fundamental ideas required in advanced correspondence. An OFT unit is used to exhibit correspondence and multiplexing through Light waves.

Highlights About Laboratory - B

4. DSP Lab : This research center course expands on the address course "Signal Processing" which is required for all understudies of electrical building and electrical and sound designing in third year. The course goes for down to earth involvement with the re-enactment and advancement of fundamental sign handling calculations, utilizing institutionalized situations, for example, MATLAB and universally useful DSP improvement packs.

Significance : Tests spread key ideas of advanced sign handling like inspecting and associating, quantization in A/D transformation and in inside number-crunching operations, computerized channel outline and execution, signal era, range estimation and quick changes, examining rate transformation and multi-rate preparing. Application tests address a determination of multi-media and advanced correspondences issues where visual and sound-related criticism is utilized to exhibit the wanted impacts and curios of computerized handling.

5. HDL Lab : HDL (Hardware Description Language) based design has set up itself as the cutting edge way to deal with design of digital frameworks, with VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description Language) and Verilog HDL being the two prevailing HDLs.

The language issues have a tendency to divert them from the comprehension of digital parts. What's more, the amalgamation subset issues of the language add to the perplexity.

Significance : We built up the accompanying instructional exercise in view of the theory that the starting understudy need not comprehend the subtle elements of VHDL - rather, they ought to have the capacity to alter case to assemble the sought basic circuits. In this way, they take in the significance of HDL-based digital design, without learning the complexities of HDLs. Those complexities can be held for a brief moment, more progressed course. They begin from basic entryways and work their way up to a basic microprocessor. Several sequential design illustrations have been effectively tried on Xilinx Foundation Software and FPGA/CPLD board.

6. ADC Lab : The Advanced Communication Laboratory covers configuration and check of the ideas of Advancedcomputerized correspondence frameworks that work from MHz-GHz range. The lab incorporate investigates utilizations of Digital coding and tweaks systems, Fiber Optic Correspondence and Characteristics of microwave waveguide parts. This lab is prepared with Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Modules for Digital Modulation and Demodulation strategies and Power Supply units.

Significance : To improve exact estimation and watch waveform with better clarity Digital Storage Oscilloscopes are utilized. The Microwave test seats are utilized to lead tests in GHz recurrence range. Different advanced coding and adjustment packs are utilized separated from discrete segments to exhibit the fundamental ideas required in advanced correspondence. An OFT unit is used to exhibit correspondence and multiplexing through Light waves.

Highlights About Laboratory - C

6. Microcontroller Lab :

The objective of this laboratory activity is to take in more about microcontrollers, utilizing improvement board taking into account the advanced, 16 bit - MSP430 gadget family.

Significance :

Microcontrollers are utilized generally as a part of industry for installed control and checking. Not at all like higher-execution microchips that are coupled to outer memory and peripherals With broadly useful transports, microcontrollers have littler processors that are interfaced overv

7. PE Lab :

This research facility acquaints the understudy with estimation and re-enactment of imperative working qualities of power electronic circuits and power semiconductor gadgets. Accentuation is on gadgets, circuits, gating techniques and power quality.

Significance :

The essential target of this lab is to furnish the understudies with a fundamental establishment for examination, configuration, test, and DSP control of power gadgets converters by recreation and experimentation. This Laboratory work includes outline, development, and DSP control of power gadgets converters including DC-DC, DC-AC, and AC-DC converters.

8. VLSI Lab

The lab gives, in a guideline setting, PCs furnished with industry-level VLSI outline programming, for advanced and blended sign VLSI circuits plan.

Significance : This lab shows you the rudiments of how to utilize the PC helped outline apparatus to plan, mimic, and confirm schematics and design of rationale entryways. It additionally serves as a stand-along instructional exercise to rapidly get up to speed with the Electronic device module. The initial step is to build thecircuits showing the association of transistors to opamps, for example, SCR, DIAC, Inverters, Rectifiers, UJT. These circuits are recreated by applying advanced inputs what's more, watching that the yields match desire. The following stride is to draw a format showing how the transistors and wires are physically masterminded on the chip.

PEOs ( Programme Educational Objectives ) & PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

Programme Educational Objective [Major]

To impart basic technical knowledge and practical skills in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering which lead to promotion of successful engineering design, establishment of engineering standards and overcoming of realistic constraints in systematic engineering processes with incorporation of industries expectations.

Programme Educational Objectives [PEOs]

The educational objectives of UG program in Electronics and Communication Engineering are :

P1: PREPARATION Prepare students to apply concepts of mathematics, science and computing to Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Provide strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to professional and ethical responsibilities to meet the real world problems. An ability to expand knowledge to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, environmental and societal context, analyze, formulate and solve engineering problems.

P2: CORE COMPETANCE To provide thorough knowledge in Electronics and Communication Engineering fields which includes theoretical knowledge and hands on experience and practical training on physical models pertaining to Electronic Circuits and design, Digital Signal processing, Microprocessor / Microcontroller internal architecture and its programming, Wireless and wired Communication, Networking, Microwave Engineering, VLSI etc…

P3: DESIGN COMPETANCE To prepare students to design and develop multidisciplinary and innovative systems and present appropriate engineering experience in designing and conducting experiments as well as analyzing the significance of the experimental data.

P5: PROFESSIONALISM To communicate technical knowledge, ethical values for professional development of the student to solve complex problems and to work in multi disciplinary ambience, whose solutions lead to significant societal benefits.

POs (Programme Outcomes )

The outcomes of departments are that the students after successful completion of the course will be able to :

  • 1. Engineering knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering subjects to identify, prepare and solve complex engineering problems.
  • 2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, model, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems find substantiated conclusions using principles of engineering sciences mathematics and natural sciences.
  • 3. Design/development: Apply Engineering & management principles on their own/team projects in multidisciplinary environment and provide solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs for the public health and safety.
  • 4. Conduct investigations for complex problems: Use investigation based information and research methods , analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to deliverlawfuldecisions.
  • 5. Modern tool usage: Predict,Design develop and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering tools to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • 6. The engineer society and ethics: Apply ethical principles and intellectualknowledge to assess societal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • 7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • 8.Communication and team work: Communicate effectively with engineering community and society at large through technical report writing, design documentation, project reports and effective presentationsFunction effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 9. 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 in multidisciplinary environments. 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.

SPEOS (Specific Programme Educational Objectives )

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

1. Should be able to clearly understand the concepts and applications in the field of communication/networking, signal processing, embedded systems and semiconductor technology with specific modules and systems that are in use today.

2. Integrate fundamentals and up to date approaches derived from the engineering sciences and practice to accomplish professional development in a responsive and innovative manner.

3.Should be able to associate the learning from strongly physical courses viz; Electronic Analog and Digital Devices, Embedded systems to existing specific applications.

4. Continually receptive to new technological and cultural challenges through life-long learning leading to advanced degrees, publications(likes of IEEE magazines and Journals), presentations, awards and exhibit good citizenship with elegant mannerism.

5. Enhance R & D skills of the students in the latest trends of Electronics & Communication Engineering like Robotics, MEMS, Automation, and Wireless Communication etc. and motivate them to continue their professional growth in leading industries.

6. Should be able to effectively project his work in oral and written form with a road map, and while doing so demonstrate adoption and practice of professional ethics with societal and environmental concerns.

Outline of the Program :

B.E in Electronics & Communication Engineering program covers: Humanities and social sciences (3.%), Basic sciences (13%), Engineering Sciences (8%), Professional subjects (core) (52%), Professional subjects (Electives) (10%), & Project work (5%), Computer Skill (8%), and Management (2%).

Relevance of ECE Engineering

The field of Electronics and Communication Engineering can be applied in various fields,few are mentioned but not limited to

  • Telecommunications—Design and build the next-generation Internet.
  • Wireless Communications and Networking—Provide tools without tether.
  • Sensors, Microwave, and Image Processing—Map the surface of earth and planets or reveal the heartbeat of a one-inch fetus.
  • Micro-Electronics—Turn sand into CPUs and memory.
  • Energy Systems and Power Electronics—Make small MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) and big motors run by controlling the power from picowatts to megawatts and voltage from nanovolts to megavolts.
  • Nano-Electronics and Nano-Optics—Create new materials and discovers novel phenomenon by manipulating atoms and molecules.
  • Plasma Processing—Give energy to electrons and ions.
  • Laser and Photonics—Tame photons and generates the most brilliant light.
  • MEMS, CAD, and Microsystems—Design and predict performance of systems.
  • Computer communication made the possibility of internet(data communication),the mobile communications had undergone various evolutions from 1G,2G,3G and 4G……….
  • Computing and communications, solar cells, low power devices and circuits, energy harvesting from the environment.
  • Health: informatics, medical imaging, sensing, diagnosis and brain imaging.

Since the world is moving in the field of technology and every innovation needs an integration of Electronics the scope for Electronics and Communication is very widely open :

    It has scope in almost every industry as every industry deal with electronics and computers.
  • There is a huge scope for Radio and Television industry.
  • Electronics engineers are more scouted by all types of industry.
  • Integrating electronics with other fields can bring wonders/innovation to future generation. All major IT companies more keen on employing students with Electronics & Communication background.
  • Can find job in power sector, steel plants petroleum and chemical industry also.
  • Defence, space and many government organizations, which undertake research on a large scale basis, employ electronics engineers in developing and designing systems and devices for telecommunication and signal processing.
  • Can take up PG Courses in IITs, M.S in Aboard with various Specializations like VLSI Design, Embedded System, Communication Engineering, Signals and System, Microwave Communications etc., and their services are used in designing, fabrication and manufacturing of electronic equipment’s for all fields of study.


  • Electronics and Communication Engineering jobs represent over 50% of all available jobs in engineering!.
  • In India , especially in Engineering sectors 60 % of the government jobs are for Electronics and Communication Engineers.
  • An ECE student can enter in to the job market of Computer engineering, Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, control engineering, robotics, mechanical engineering, VHDL, VLSI. But there are no option like this are existing for other branch of Engineers in Engineering job market.

Electronics and communication engineering course gives enormous job opportunities in electronics and software companies. All electronic devices need software interface to run and come with one other or other device controlling programs architected and developed by electronics and communication engineering.

The opportunities are galore for electronics and communication engineers as they are employed in variety of sectors such as Indian Telephone Industries, Civil Aviation, Development Centers in various States, Defense, NPL, A.I.R, Posts and Telegraph Department, Railways, Bharat Electronics Limited, D.R.D.O, Telecommunication, Software Engineering/IT, Power sector, Hardware Manufacturing, Home Appliance and VLSI design, Television Industry and Research & Development.

  • Service Engineer
  • Software Analyst
  • Technical Director
  • Field Test Engineer
  • Senior Sales Manager
  • Network Planning Engineer
  • Customer Support Engineer
  • Electronics and Communications Consultant
  • Research & Development Software Engineer

"Other than conventional Communication Engineering jobs like, communication networking, the rapid development of Image processing, wireless communication, manufacturing and utilization sectors, EC engineers are well positioned to address a variety of the crucial engineering issues facing societies today."

Top Core Companies in India

  • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Bharti Airtel Limited
  • Wipro Ltd
  • Infosys Technologies Limited
  • Hewlett-Packard India
  • HCL Infosystems Limited
  • Reliance Communications Ltd
  • LG Electronics India Pvt Ltd
  • IBM India Pvt Ltd
  • Videocon Industries Ltd
  • HCL Technologies Limited
  • Satyam Computer Services Ltd
  • Siemens Ltd.
  • Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd.
  • Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd
  • Redington (India) Limited
  • Cognizant Technology Solutions
  • Idea Cellular Ltd
  • Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited

Exclusive Government jobs for Electronics Engineers

  • ISRO
  • DRDO
  • BEL
  • BHEL
  • GAIL
  • SAIL
  • HAL
  • HPCL
  • NTPC
  • ONGC
  • IOCL
  • RRB
  • ECIL
  • Air force
  • Navy
  • Military
  • Defence
  • Mine


R R Association of Electronics and Communication Engineers (RRAECE) was found on 16th March 2016. The purpose of this association is to provide platform for students to gain broader insight into the emerging trends in engineering profession by sponsoring meeting that will bring practicing engineers to the campus and arranging field trips to research and engineering establishments, participating in local activities. This association is run by the students and for the students to achieve the above objectives with the help of all faculty advisors. Also this helps students to learn the managerial skills. The students are hopefully looking forward to conduct workshops, seminars, conference Industrial Visits, Industrial Trainings, Group Discursions, and Seminars by eminent personalities from the various industries/fields, and pre-placement activities like debates & quiz, preparation for campus interviews, to motivate and to encourage students to participate in various technical and cultural events under the banner of association.

Vision of the Association : To Encourage Scientific Spirit by Spreading Scientific Knowledge


  • To focus on the cutting edge technology and present it to the students in an interesting manner by means of seminars/tech-talk, articles and workshops.
  • To bridge the gap between theoretical and practical/field knowledge.
  • Promoting the interests of students in various technical areas pertaining to their field of study.
  • Giving relevant information to students to sustain their interest in their field-specific applications of ECE.
  • Interacting with other technical societies, within and outside the institute to promote flow of knowledge and interest.
  • Providing a platform for interaction between faculty and the students and especially the seniors and the juniors of the department.
  • To promote the interaction between academia and industry.
  • To encourage novel ideas by means of special projects.
Programme Outcomes (POs)
PO1: Ability to apply knowledge of science in Engineering.
PO2: Acquire problem solving skills.
PO3: Ability to design Engineering Systems efficiently.
PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems.
PO5: Able to use the modern tools & techniques for engineering optimization.
PO6: Understand the importance of Engineering in building the modern world.
PO7: Able to understand the Environment and product sustainability.
PO8: Ability to understand and apply ethical principles and commitment.
PO9: Ability to perform efficiently individually and also in group.
PO 10: Must be able to communicate, and present effectively with the concerned.
PO 11: Able to demonstrate the finance and managerial skills.
PO 12: Develop self-confidence for continuing education and lifelong learning process.
Programme Specific Outcomes (SPOs)
PSO1: Demonstrate the basic knowledge of science, mathematics, material Science, Engineering and technology to formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems.
PSO2: Design, synthesis and analyze mechanical, fluid, thermal and multidisciplinary component or systems by adopting analytical, numerical and experimental techniques.

Research Activities

1. Material Science and Metallurgy (15ME32)

• To understand the fundamentals of materials, structures and its related mechanical properties

• To understand the concepts of deformation, Fracture, Creep and Fatigue under different loading conditions

• To impart knowledge on different solidification mechanism and thereby construct the different types of phase diagram

• To familiarize the concept of Iron Carbon equilibrium diagram and study the microstructure for various kinds of heat treatment and classify Ferrous Nonferrous and Composite materials

2. Basic Thermodynamics (15ME33)

• To study fundamentals of thermodynamics, its laws, energy interactions, various temperature scales and its measurements

• To provide the detailed information of thermodynamic laws and its various physical problems

• To understand the behavior of pure substance and its applications in practical problems

• To provide the necessary knowledge in various thermodynamic relations and its applications to ideal gas mixtures

3. Mechanics Of Materials (15ME34)

• Understand the fundamental concepts of stress and strain and the relationship between both through the strain-stress equations in order to solve problems for simple tridimensional elastic solids

Calculate and represent the stress diagrams in bars and simple structures

• Solve problems relating to pure and non-uniform bending of beams and other simple structures

• Solve problems relating to torsional deformation of bars and other simple tri-dimensional structures

• Understand the concept of buckling and be able to solve the problems related to isolated bars Distinguish between isostatic and hiperstatic problems and be able to use various methods for the resolution of both

• Be familiar with at least one software program for the evaluation of structures

4. Metal Casting and Welding (15ME35A)

• Basic definitions and casting process

• Sand Moulding Cores Gates, Risers, cleaning of castings & Moulding Machines

• Melting Furnaces & Special moulding Process

• Welding Processes

• 5Metallurgical aspects in welding & Inspection Methods

5. Mechanical Measurements and Metrology (15ME36B)

• To develop in students the knowledge of basics of Measurements, Metrology and Measuring devices.

• To understand the concepts of various measurement systems & standards with regards to realistic applications.

• The application of principle of metrology and measurements in industries.

• To develop competence in sensors, transducers and terminating devises with associated parameters

• To develop basic principles and devices involved in measuring surface textures.

6. Engineering Mathematics – III (15MAT31)

• Apply basic mathematical operations on complex numbers in Cartesian and polar forms. Determine continuity/ differentiability/analyticity of a function and find the derivative of a function. Identify the transformation

• Evaluate a contour integral using Cauchy’s integral formula. Compute singularities and also the residues

• Formulate and solve partial differential equations. Use of separation of variable method to solve wave, heat and Laplace equations

• Compute the numerical solution of partial differential equations

• Represent a periodic function as a Fourier series. Compute the Fourier coefficients numerically

7. Mechanical Measurements and Metrology Lab (15MEL37B)

• To calibrate pressure gauge, thermocouple, LVDT, load cell, micrometer.

• To measure angle using Sine Center/ Sine Bar/ Bevel Protractor, alignment using Autocollimator/ Roller set.

• To demonstrate measurements using Optical Projector/Tool maker microscope, Optical flats.

• To measure cutting tool forces using Lathe/Drill tool dynamometer..

• To measure Screw thread parameters using 2-Wire or 3-Wire method, gear tooth profile using gear tooth vernier/Gear tooth micrometer.

• To measure surface roughness using Tally Surf/ Mechanical Comparator.

8. Foundry and Forging Lab (15MEL38A)

• Demonstrate various skills of sand preparation, molding.

• Demonstrate various skills of forging operations.

• Work as a team keeping up ethical principles.

9. Management and Engineering Economics (15ME51)

• Understand needs, functions, roles, scope and evolution of Management

• Understand importance, purpose of Planning and hierarchy of planning and also analyze its types

• Discuss Decision making, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling

• Select the best economic model from various available alternatives

• Understand various interest rate methods and implement the suitable one.

• Estimate various depreciation values of commodities 7. Prepare the project reports effectively.

10. Dynamics of Machinery (15ME52 )

• Determine the forces and couples for static and dynamic conditions of four bar and slider crank mechanisms to keep the system in equilibrium.

• Determine magnitude and angular position of balancing masses under static and dynamic condition of rotating masses in same and different planes.

• Determine unbalanced primary, secondary forces and couples in single and multi-cylinder engine.

• Determine sensitiveness, isochronism, effort and power of porter and hartnell governors.

• Determine gyroscopic couple and effects related to 2, 4 wheeler, plane disc, ship and aeroplanes.

• Understand types of vibration, SHM and methods of finding natural frequencies of simple mechanical systems.

• Determine equation of motion, natural frequency, damping factor, logarithmic decrement of damped free vibration (SDOF) systems.

• Determine the natural frequency, force and motion transmissibility of single degree freedom systems.

Determine equation of motion of rotating and reciprocating unbalance systems, magnification factor, and transmissibility of forced vibration (SDOF) systems.

11. Turbo Machines (15ME53)

• Identify and differentiate positive displacement machines and turbo machines

• Analyze energy transfer through graphical and analytical methods in turbo machines

• Design different kinds of turbomachines

12. Design of Machine Elements – I (15ME54)

• Describe the design process, choose materials.

• Apply the codes and standards in design process.

• Analyze the behavior of machine components under static, impact, fatigue loading using failure theories.

• Design shafts, joints, couplings.

• Design of riveted and welded joints.

• Design of threaded fasteners and power screws

13. Non Traditional Machining (15ME554)

• Understand the compare traditional and non-traditional machining process and recognize the need for Non-traditional machining process.

• Understand the constructional features, performance parameters, process characteristics, applications, advantages and limitations of USM, AJM and WJM.

• Identify the need of Chemical and electro-chemical machining process along with the constructional features, process parameters, process characteristics, applications, advantages and limitations.

• Understand the constructional feature of the equipment, process parameters, process characteristics, applications, advantages and limitations EDM & PAM.

• Understand the LBM equipment, LBM parameters, and characteristics. EBM equipment and mechanism of metal removal, applications, advantages and limitations LBM & EBM.

14. Energy and Environment (15ME562)

• Summarize the basic concepts of energy, its distribution and general Scenario.

• Explain different energy storage systems, energy management, audit and economic analysis.

• Summarize the environment eco system and its need for awareness.

• Identify the various types of environment pollution and their effects.

• Discuss the social issues of the environment with associated acts.

15. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab (15MEL57)

• Perform experiments to determine the coefficient of discharge of flow measuring devices.

• Conduct experiments on hydraulic turbines and pumps to draw characteristics.

• Test basic performance parameters of hydraulic turbines and pumps and execute the knowledge in real life situations.

• Determine the energy flow pattern through the hydraulic turbines and pumps

• Exhibit his competency towards preventive maintenance of hydraulic machines

16. Energy Lab (15MEL58)

• Perform experiments to determine the properties of fuels and oils.

• Conduct experiments on engines and draw characteristics.

• Test basic performance parameters of I.C. Engine and implement the knowledge in industry

• Identify exhaust emission, factors affecting them and report the remedies.

• Determine the energy flow pattern through the I C Engine

• Exhibit his competency towards preventive maintenance of IC engines.

17. Engineering Economy (10 ME 71)

• Apply the appropriate engineering economics analysis method(s) for problem solving: present worth, annual cost, rate-of-return, payback, break-even, benefit-cost ratio.

• Evaluate the cost effectiveness of individual engineering projects using the methods learned and draw inferences for the investment decisions.

• Compare the life cycle cost of multiple projects using the methods learned, and make a quantitative decision between alternate facilities and/or systems.

• Apply all mathematical approach models covered in solving engineering economics problems: mathematical formulas, interest factors from tables, Excel functions and graphs. Estimate reasonableness of the results.

• Compare the differences in economic analysis between the private and public sectors. Recognize the limits of mathematical models for factors hard to quantify.

• Develop and demonstrate teamwork, project management, and professional communications skills.

18. Mechanical Vibrations (10 ME 72)

• Apply systems thinking to understand complex system behaviour including interactions between components and with other systems (social, cultural, legislative, environmental, business etc.)

• Identify and apply relevant problem solving methodologies

• Design components, systems and/or processes to meet required specifications

• Synthesise alternative/innovative solutions, concepts and procedures

• Implement and test solutions

• Develop models using appropriate tools such as computer software, laboratory equipment and other devices

• Work as an effective member or leader of diverse teams within a multi-level, multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural setting

19. Hydraulics and Pneumatics (10 ME 73)

• Draw symbols used in hydraulic systems.

• Operate different types of valves used in hydraulic systems

• Classify the valves used in hydraulic systems.

• Maintain different valves and auxiliaries.

• Assemble pumps and motors to rectify problems.

• Develop efficient hydraulic circuits.

• Maintain the pneumatic and hydraulic system

20. Operation Research (10 ME 74)

• Be able to understand the characteristics of different types of decision-making environments and the appropriate decision making approaches and tools to be used in each type

• Be able to build and solve Transportation Models and Assignment Models.

• Be able to design new simple models, like: CPM, MSPT to improve decision –making and develop critical thinking and objective analysis of decision problems.

• Be able to implement practical cases, by using TORA, WinQSB

21. Design Laboratory (10 ME l77)

• Demonstrate this understanding by either analyzing an existing problem or by creating a new design to certain given specifications

• The student shall understand the appropriate and traditional use of the engineering and machine design

• Solve problems using the maximum-normal-stress theory, Solve problems using the maximum-shear-stress theory.

• The student shall be able to use the methods introduced in prior courses considered as prerequisite engineering knowledge in various machine-design problems

22. Cim& Automation Lab (10 ME l78)

• To practically relate to concepts discussed in Computer Integrated Manufacturing course.

• To write CNC part programs using CADEM simulation package for simulation of machining operations such as Turning, Drilling & Milling.

• To understand & write programs for Flexible Manufacturing Systems & Robotics.

• To understand the operating principles of hydraulics, pneumatics and electro pneumatic systems.

• To apply these learnings to automate & improve efficiency of manufacturing process.

23. Non-Conventional Energy Sources (10ME754)

• List and generally explain the main sources of energy and their primary applications in the US, and the world.

• Describe the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, with regard to future supply and the environment.

• Discuss remedies/potential solutions to the supply and environmental issues associated with fossil fuels and other energy resources.

• List and describe the primary renewable energy resources and technologies.

• Describe/illustrate basic electrical concepts and system components.

• Convert units of energy—to quantify energy demands and make comparisons among energy uses, resources, and technologies.

• Collect and organize information on renewable energy technologies as a basis for further analysis and evaluation.

24. Product Life Cycle Management (10 ME 769)

• Agree exactly what a project is meant to do and what it is meant to deliver.

• Agree the scope, timescales, cost and quality of a project.

• Maintain a schedule and project plan.

• Deliver the agreed outcomes of the project to the right scope, timescales, cost and quality.

• Provide communications, reports and progress updates throughout the lifecycle of the project.

• Manage risks, issues and dependencies.

• Make sure that the business gets the outcome that it wants from the project.

• Manage policies, processes, tools, frameworks, techniques, people and relationships to a successful project outcome.

• Minimize any impact on normal business operations.

Details of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Course Details

Sl. No. Course Year of Start Intake Passed out batches
1. UG - Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Electronics & Communication Engineering 2008 120 04
2. PG - Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Digital Electronics & Communication 2012 18 01
3. Research Center, VTU 2013 - -

Faculty Details :

Sl. No. Name Designation Qualification CV
1. Dr. M B Manjunatha Professor & HOD M.Tech, Ph.D
2. Mrs. Sunitha H D Associate Prof M.Tech, Ph.D
3. Mrs. Parimala Gandhi.G Associate Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
4. Mr. Ravi M.K Assistant Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
5. Anshu Deepak Assistant Professor M.Tech
6. Mr. Chandra Kumar H.S. Assistant Professor M.Tech
7. Mr. Niranjan L. Assistant Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
8. Savitha R. Assistant Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
9. Mr. Sreekanth B. Assistant Professor M.Tech
10. Mr. Suhas A.R. Assistant Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
11. Vijayalakshmi P. Assistant Professor M.Tech
12. Mr. Mohan Kumar B.N. Assistant Professor M.Tech, Ph.D
13. Mr. Premsagar H. Assistant Professor M.Tech

Non-Teaching :

Sl. No. Name Designation Photos
1. Mr. Lakshmi Pathi Foreman - - -
2. Mrs Sunandana Lab Instructor - - -
3. Mrs. Kavitha Lab Instructor - - -