The Department has following laboratories
with sophisticated instruments to provide practical instructions to the students
during their Diploma & B. Tech Courses.
- Communication Engineering Laboratory.
- Instrumentation & Control Laboratory.
- Analog Electronics Laboratory.
- Microprocessor and Digital Electronics Laboratory.
- Digital Signal Processing Laboratory.
- Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
- VLSI Design Laboratory.
- PC Laboratory.
The Department has achieved remarkable growth
in laboratory facilities for students and research activities for the faculty
members which have been possible due to the following Government of India Projects :
Modernisation of Electrical Engg. Laboratory (1989).
Microprocessor Application Laboratory (1991).
Modernisation of Microprocessor and Digital Electronics Laboratory (1992).
Strengthening of facilities in Instrumentation (1992).
Strengthening of facilities in Comp. Science & Technology (1992).
Modernisation of Computer Centre (1992).
Modernisation of Elect. Engg. Laboratory.
Thrust Area Project on Control System including Computerised
Control in Industry (1995).
Modernisation of Elect. Laboratories. (1999).
AICTE Research Project on AI & Robotics (2000).
AICTE Research Project on Design of Controllers for flexible Robots (2004).
Research and Development activities have been very
much significance in the present context so far as vast change in technology is concerned
in the upcoming fields. The Department has created a culture of its own application
Every year a good number of technical papers is published in international as well
as national Journals/Conferences. Active research is being carried out in the field of :
Signal Processing and Image Processing.
Wireless Communication & Cognitive Radio Networks..
Optical Communication and Optical Network.
Scope of Electical Engineering
The present academic scenario of the Department
envisaged its potential status as far as official and student's activity is concerned.
The Diploma Programme in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering has been in
existence since the inception of the Institute. The course is approved by the SCTE & VT.
The current intake capacity for the said course is 30 students.
The Institute started its B. Tech programme in Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering (E&TC) in the year 2008 with an approval from All India Council for
Technical Education (AICTE) with an intake capacity of 50 students. This programme
aims at producing Engineers with in-depth and sound knowledge in Electronics
Engineering and a strong background in communication. The Department has been
striving to start a Post Graduate Programme very shortly.
This budding Department provides Diploma and Undergraduate programs simltaneously
with an objective to prove its excellence, which emphasizes fundamental principles
that responds to and able to generate technological change. The programs are designed
to challenge the exceptional talent of ongoing students, ensuring to build up the
technocrat ability among them so that they are equipped to target for a leadership
role and to be competent enough with proven credentials. The students are ought to
have the scope of opting professional fields such as, Design and Development of
Electronic Equipments, Wireless Communication & networking system, VLSI Design &
Instrumentation, Remote Sensing, Signal Processing, and Biomedical Engineering
Applications etc. Challenging careers in the public sectors like IES, MTNL, BSNL,
DRDO, BARC, SAIL, BHEL, NTPC, PGCIL, ECL, BEL, NHPC, NPC, CGL, NALCO, Software
Companies, State amd Central Government Services etc. can also be a part of their
achievement, which reflects huge potential of the course offered.
The Institute is actively engaged in research and development activities in
areas like Speech Processing, Image Processing, Different Biomedical Applications,
Optical Network, Wireless Optical Network, Radio Over Fibre, Cognitive Radio
Networks in a Wireless Domain etc. Its initiatives and work strategy are suopported
by Govt. of India agencies like Department of Science and Technology, Department of
Atomic Energy, AICTE, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Defence Research and
Development Organisation etc.