B.E. | Electronics & Communication Engineering
CMRIT ranked 32nd among Top 50 pvt. engg. colleges as per BW-ICARE survey 2018
The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering was started in the academic year 2000. The student intake for the undergraduate programme is currently 240. Students who choose to pursue further studies can opt for the Masters in VLSI Design & Embedded Systems, Signal Processing, DigItal Electronics, Digital Communication etc. The department also offers the Master of Technology and Ph.D programmes.
Accreditation, Approvals and Recognition:
The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and is permanently affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) Belgaum, Karnataka. It has also been recognised as a Centre of Excellence, Audio & Video under VGST and Govt. of Karnataka. Accredited by National Board of Accreditation for three years.
To create an ethical human resource, proficient in domains related to Electronics and Communication Engineering for a successful career in the service of society.
M1: Create a staff team with a mixture of people with industrial and academic exposure, capable of inspiring, moulding and training young minds into competent professionals and an ethical resource.
M2: Impart knowledge of domains by equipping laboratories and facilitate experiential learning, experimentation and research, based on foundation of science and mathematics.
M3: Ideate and implement interdisciplinary projects and foster continuous learning in association with students and colleagues across disciplines of the institute.
M4: Collaborate with academia, industries, organizations and professional bodies for training, consultancy and research.
The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, CMR Institute of Technology seeks to prepare its graduates:
PEO1: Demonstrate, Update and adapt domain knowledge in the area of electronics and communication engineering and the allied fields to propose solutions for the core industry in the ever changing global enterprise with ethical practices.
PEO2: Assume leadership roles and succeed in their chosen career path, in industry or public service through engineering ability, life skills and multidisciplinary skill set acquired.
PEO3: Pursue higher education and research in institutes of national and global repute through competitive exams like, IES, GATE, GRE and GMAT, and complementary disciplines.
Students of Electronics and Communication Engineering should be able to:
PO1: Apply the knowledge of electronics and communication principles based on fundamentals of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems.
PO2: Investigate and analyse engineering problems with inference drawn from experimentation and interpret the outcomes thereof.
PO3: Design solutions as per specifications in the analogue and digital domains to problems involving circuits, VLSI, signal processing and communication systems.
PO4: Analyse electronics and communication systems using appropriate domain-specific tools and software.
PO5: Adopt professional norms, demonstrate project and financial management skills, and abide by ethics pertinent to the engineering practice.
PO6: Apply reasoning with contextual knowledge to assess the impact of engineering solutions on environmental, societal, legal and cultural issues.
PO7: Communicate effectively in professional activities involving documentation, presentation, reporting and managing activities.
PO8: Function in an organisation as a competent individual and effective team member or leader or an entrepreneur capable of contributing in diverse environments.
PO9: Inculcate passion for lifelong learning to remain abreast with relevant emerging technologies in the field of electronics and communication engineering and allied domains.
PO10: Demonstrate the competence to pursue higher education and research in institutes of national and global repute.
Students should be able to
PSO1: Apply principles of electrical and electronic circuit theory to i) design and simulate basic electronic circuits and ii) make use of the measuring instruments including ‘digital storage oscilloscope’ in elaborate circuit analysis and in the design of analog and digital circuits
PSO2: Apply principles of mathematics, signal processing and communication theory to analyse different types of signals, operations on signals, design and realization of simple systems like digital filters, modulators, demodulators, microwave antennas and resonators and support activities of design of communication engineering and VLSI systems
PSO3: Take part in collaborative and consultancy projects as an electronic design engineer and support diverse tasks of circuit design projects, schedule, quality and efficiency management, and documentation and publication of reports.
Linear ICs and Communication Lab
The listing of faculty names below provides access to the academic content pages of faculty members in each of the departments. Faculty members at CMRIT are encouraged to maintain academic pages for the courses that they teach. These pages are for the benefit of students, and contain valuable information on course outlines, assignments, study materials etc.