Course Outline

VISION

To produce Telecommunication Engineers capable of effectively using the scientific and technical knowledge for the betterment of society.

MISSION

  1. Provide high-quality teaching, state-of-the-art research and creative activity to acquire innovation and next generation technologies.
  2. Develop educational and career goals, decision-making skills and job search strategies needed to manage their professional and academic pursuits.
  3. Promote interaction and exchange with industry and other institutions of higher learning.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):
The Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication program has following educational objectives. These objectives are the long term career goals that we set for our students. Our program prepares students to achieve these objectives, four to five years after graduation.

  1. Graduates establish themselves in their chosen career paths by utilizing technical, leadership, communication and interpersonal skills, while complying with ethical standards.
  2. Graduates, through their excellence, contribute towards the next generation of telecommunication by engaging in Research and Development.
  3. Graduates demonstrate personal growth by pursuing or successfully completing advanced degrees and professional development courses in the field of engineering.

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES:

The outcomes of the program objectives are:

  1. Engineering Knowledge: The ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, engineering and science to solve complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: The ability to identify, formulate and analyze  engineering problems.
  3. Design/development of Solutions: The ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as environmental, social, ethical.
  4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Ability to conduct investigation of complex problems and find appropriate solution leading to valid conclusion.
  5. Modern Tool usage: An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for telecom engineering practice.
  6. The Engineer and Society: Ability to be aware of societal, health, safety, cultural, legal issues and responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and Sustainability: The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in environmental and societal context.
  8. Ethics: Apply professional ethics to engineering practices.
  9. Individual and Team Work: The ability to function in multi-disciplinary teams by involving in technical activities.
  10. Communication: The ability to comprehend, present and document effectively.
  11. Project Management and Finance: Ability to apply engineering and management principles.
  12. Life-long Learning: The ability to engage in lifelong learning with advances in technology.

 

Semester III

ETS301: Applied Mathematics III
ETC302: Analog Electronics I
ETC303: Digital Electronics Circuits and Transmission Lines
ETC304: Electronic Instruments and Measurements
ETC305: Object Oriented Programming Methodology
ETL301: Analog Electronics I Laboratory
ETL302: Digital Electronics Laboratory
ETL303: Circuits and Measurements Laboratory
ETS304: Object Oriented Programming Methodology Laboratory

Semester IV
ETS401: Applied Mathematics IV
ETC402: Analog Electronics II
ETC403: Microprocessors and Peripherals
ETC404: Wave Theory and Propagation
ETC405: Signals and Systems
ETC406: Control Systems
ETL401: Analog Electronics II Laboratory
ETL402: Microprocessors and Peripherals Laboratory
ETL403: Software Simulation Laboratory

Semester V
ETC501: Microcontrollers and Applications
ETC502: Analog Communication
ETC503: Random Signal Analysis
ETC504: RF Modeling and Antennas
ETC505: Integrated Circuits
ETS506: Business Communication and Ethics
ETL501: Microcontrollers and Applications Laboratory
ETL502: Communication Engineering Laboratory I
ETL503: Communication Engineering Laboratory II
ETL504: Mini Project I

Semester VI
ETC601: Digital Communication
ETC602: Discrete Time Signal Processing
ETC603: Computer Communication and Telecom Networks
ETC604: Television Engineering
ETC605: Operating Systems
ETC606: VLSI Design
ETL601: Discrete Time Signal Processing Laboratory
ETL602: Communication Engineering Laboratory III
ETL603: Communication Engineering Laboratory IV
ETL604: Mini Project II


Semester VII
ETC701: Image and Video Processing
ETC702: Mobile Communication
ETC703: Optical Communication and Networks
ETC704: Microwave and Radar Engineering
ETC705: Operating Systems
ETE70X: Elective
ETL701: Image and Video Processing Laboratory
ETL702: Advanced communication Engineering Laboratory I
ETL703: Advanced communication Engineering Laboratory I
ETEL70X: Elective
ETP701: Project(StageI)

Semester VIII
ETC801: Wireless Networks
ETC802: Satellite communication and Networks
ETC803: Internet and Voice Communication
ETC804: Microwave and Radar Engineering
ETE80X: Elective
ETL801: Wireless Networks Laboratory
ETL802: Satellite communication and Networks Laboratory
ETL803: Internet and Voice Communication Laboratory
ETEL80X: Elective Laboratory
ETP801: Project(StageII)