SSN Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
The Department of Electronics and Communication was established in the year 1996.
The Department has been accredited by NBA (National Board of Accreditation). The Department has organized two AICTE-ISTE short term training programs funded by AICTE and a faculty development program sponsored by Anna University. The Department has organized an international conference on “Wireless Communication & Networks”. A national conference on “Bio signal processing and communication networks” has been funded by the management. The ECE Department has been organizing many symposium, guest lectures and ISTE chapter meetings. The Department is well equipped with all facilities like standard laboratories, a seminar hall and multimedia system. The Department has produced a 10th Rank in the University of Madras examination held in the year 2001. So far 71.3% of the eligible current final year under graduate students have been placed in various reputed companies through campus selection Programmes run by the Department are: •B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering •M.E. Communication System •M.E. Applied Electronics
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