Electronics and Communication Engineering
Students are encouraged to join technical and non-technical forums, which gives them exposure to engineering concepts and technology.
The department has linkages with industry, and scientific research organisations. Faculty and students engage themselves in technical conferences and have presented papers in journals and at conferences.
The facilities include Electronics Workshop, Electronic Circuits Lab, Digital Electronics Lab, Microprocessor Lab and an Advanced Communication Lab.
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