NAAC Accredited with B++ Grade
Permanently Affiliated to VTU, KA
Recognized By Govt. Of Karnataka
an ISO 9001:2008 Certified
Approved by AICTE
NBA Accredited


ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION


Course offered: B.E. Degree in Electronics and Communication& Engineering

Established: 2007

Current Intake: 120

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established at the Cambridge Institute of Technology in 2007 with an approved intake of 60 students. The department runs under graduate programme Electronics and Communication Engineering. The department is recognized by AICTE and affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) Belgaum, with current intake of 120. It has a broad based UG curriculum, which offers a unique mix of electrical, electronics and computer related courses enabling the students to take-up a professional career / higher studies in any of these areas.

The main focus of the department is to evolve as a Centre of excellence in the field of electronics and communication engineering and to contribute towards the betterment of society. The Vision of our department is to impart high quality academic and research programs in the field of electronics and communication engineering by regular updating of research and development skills among the faculty members & students to meet the requirements of industry and society. The department is doing its best efforts to meet the objective of achieving technical excellence in all areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Dr. G. Indumathi
B.E., M.Tech Ph.D
Professor and HOD
Email: hod.ece@citech.edu.in

Department of Electronics and communication is focused on imparting good Technical knowledge in the field of Electronics and communication. The students have the opportunity to participate in various Technical, Cultural activities. The faculty members are working towards training students through various workshops and conferences and improve the skills. The students are advised to utilize the infrastructure support for acquiring in depth knowledge and fulfill the dreams of getting best jobs and also pursue higher studies.

VISION

To impart and enhance the technical knowledge of aspiring minds in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering to meet the challenges of Industry and Society.

MISSION

M1. Student centric learning to improve interaction, performance and collaborative education.

M2. Prepare students towards research, entrepreneurship and lifelong learning.

M3. Continuously improve the professional skills and inculcate ethical values among faculty and students to face real life challenges.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are statements that describe the expected accomplishments of graduates during the first few years after graduation and are unique to each program.

The Program Educational Objectives are established through a discussion process involving the core constituents and stakeholders such as students, alumni, employers, faculty and the management. These objectives are crafted within the framework of the mission of the department.

Graduates will be:

  1. Successful professionals in electronics and communication Engineering
  2. Engage in higher studies, entrepreneurship and research.
  3. Involved in professional, ethical environment and relate engineering issues to broader social context.
  4. Able to enhance the communication, leadership, teamwork and multidisciplinary skills.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES (POs)
Program Objectives are statements that describe what students are expected to know, attitudes they are expected to hold, and what they are able to do by the time of graduation. Achievement of program outcome should indicate the student is equipped to achieve the PEOs.

At the time of graduation an ECE graduate should be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSO’s)

Graduates will be able to:

  1. Design and simulate Electronics & Communication systems using concepts & tools of electronic circuits, signal processing, VLSI technology & Communication.
  2. Architect, partition and select appropriate technologies for implementation of a specified Electronics & communication system
4th Semester
USN NAME Percentage
 1CD14EC095  SANJANA N 80.67%
1CD14EC051  LAKSHMI S 77.56%
1CD14EC004  AKSHITHA S V 76.56%
1CD14EC014  AVANISH KUMAR TRIPATHI 76.22%
1CD14EC076  PRIYADARSHINI T K 76.11%
6th Semester
USN NAME Percentage
  1CD13EC006 AKSHAY CHADAGA 80.22%
 1CD13EC078 SHREEDEVI.S 80.00%
1CD13EC018 ASHOK PREETHAM.C 78.89%
1CD13EC008 ANEEMA MAHATO 77.44%
 1CD13EC089 THEJASWINI.S 76.78%
8th Semester
USN NAME Percentage
1CD12EC017 CHAITHRA.B 83.73%
1CD12EC072 RANJITHA V 81.47%
1CD12EC042 LISHA SRIVASTAVA 80.53%
1CD12EC038 JAYASHREE RAJASHEKAR 80.04%
1CD12EC022 GAGANA SHREE.H.B 80.00%
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State level project exhibition SHRISTI – 2016
The students of Electronics and Communication Department, Cambridge Institute of Technology had participated in ‘SRISHTI-2016’ which was a state level project exhibition organized by ABVP at CMR Institute of Technology.The students of Cambridge Institute of Technology were honored by Dr.Sridhar C, Vice Chancellor, VTU for securing the 5th place for their project based on “Smart traffic monitoring system”. The Principal, the Management, the HOD and all the faculty members of the ECE department wholeheartedly congratulate them for their achievement.

The participants are
1. Siddu
2. Ajay B
3. Mohammad Shabaz
5. Ramkishore D
6. Karthik K.V
7. Chaitra B

List of students placed-2016

SI.NO USN NAME OF STUDENT COMPANY NAME
1 1CD12EC031 JANARDHANA V ALPHA 9
2 1CD12EC015 BHARATH H ALPHA 9
3 1CD12EC053 NANDAN R ALPHA 9
4 1CD12EC076 SAM SUNDER A ALPHA 9
5 1CD12EC101 YOGESH J ALPHA 9
6 1CD12EC055 NIKHIL RAJ R ALPHA 9
7 1CD12EC034 JITISH ANTIN AMAZON
8 1CD12EC032 JAYASHREE RAJASHEKAR EMC CORPORATION
9 1CD12EC034 JITISH ANTIN EMC CORPORATION
10 1CD12EC042 LISHA EMC CORPORATION
11 1CD12EC064 PRIYANKA SATEESH FISERV INDIA
12 1CD12EC004 AJAY B L&T InfoTech
13 1CD12EC017 CHAITHRA B L&T InfoTech
14 1CD12EC040 KIRAN J L&T InfoTech
15 1CD12EC060 POOJA DESWAL L&T InfoTech
16 1CD12EC030 J BEULA JOSLYN Microland
17 1CD12EC032 JAYASHREE RAJASHEKAR Microland
18 1CD12EC072 RANJITHA.V Microland
19 1CD12EC084 SIDDU G MindTree
20 1CD12EC001 ABHIJITH VISHNU Quest Informatics
21 1CD12EC014 B.MAHESWARI Quest Informatics
22 1CD12EC040 KIRAN.J Quest Informatics
23 1CD12EC070 RAMKISHORE.D Quest Informatics
24 1CD12EC073 REENA PANWAR Quest Informatics
25 1CD12EC084 SIDDU G Quest Informatics
26 1CD12EC088 SRIDHAR S Quest Informatics
27 1CD12EC004 AJAY B TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
28 1CD12EC017 CHAITHRA B TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
29 1CD12EC040 KIRAN J TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
30 1CD12EC070 RAMKISHORE.D TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
31 1CD12EC097 VASUDHA TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
32 1CD12EC001 ABHIJITH VISHNU HCL
33 1CD12EC051 MOHHAMMAD SHABAZ B.R HCL
34 1CD12EC404 AVINASH B M HP
35 1CD12EC017 CHAITHRA.B SIMENS
36 1CD12EC049 MEGHA.M.ACHARYA EMC CORPORATION
37 1CD12EC063 PRIYANKA .G EMC CORPORATION
38 1CD12EC014 B.MAHESWARI EMC CORPORATION
39 1CD12EC038 KARTHIK.K.V Tink and Ink Research Foundation
40 1CD12EC094 UMA.M JK Technosoft limited
41 1CD11EC037 DHEERAJ K EAC Solutions
42 1CD12EC042 LISHA SRIVASTAVA EMC CORPORATION
43 1CD12EC076 SAM SUNDER.A Tech Mahindra
44 1CD12EC073 REENA PANWAR Axiscades Aerospace

List of students Placed in Tech Mahindra

SI.No USN NAME
1 1CD13EC027 DEELIA DAVIS E
2 1CD13EC092 VIJAYLAKSHMI G NAIK
3 1CD13EC048 MADHUKIRAN K M
4 1CD13EC053 MEGHA.M.T
5 1CD13EC073 SANDEEP ROY
6 1CD13EC090 VANDANA U
7 1CD13EC031 DIVYA.R
8 1CD13EC067 RHEA JOHN
9 1CD13EC004 ADITHI RANGANATHA
10 1CD13EC042 KARTHIK.R.S
11 1CD13EC009 ANITHA H
12 1CD13EC026 DARSHAN K.P
13 1CD13EC037 HEMASHREE A
14 1CD13EC006 AKSHAY CHADAGA
15 1CD13EC008 ANEEMA MAHATO
VLSI-HDL

It is a well-furnished lab with 34 hi end i3 systems, 24 HDL XILINX trainer kits 5 logic design probes and 12 other necessary interfacing kits such as Dual DAC, Stepper motor controller, Relay controller, and temperature controllers. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. This lab also uses a licenced version of XILINX ISE 14.2 version software for programming.

ELECTRONICS LAB Analog Electronics Lab was established in the year 2007. It is a well-furnished lab with 20 CROS of each 20 MHz and 20 variable power supplies of 0-30V/2A and 20 numbers of 3 MHz function generator, 20 Digital Multimeters, 40 bread boards and required components such as different types Transistors, ICs , resistors, capacitors, inductors and about 40 DRB’s, DCB’s, DIB’s. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. Apart from physical constructing of circuits.

This lab also uses a P-spice software to simulate the circuits using systems which the advanced way of learning and analysing the practical lab in the future. LOGIC DESIGN LAB Logic Design Lab was also simultaneously established in the year 2007. It is a well-furnished lab with 40 Digital trainer kits having the option of doing experiments with 24 pin IC’s facilitated with Clock generators of variable frequencies, it has also has 2 digital IC testers and all required IC’s for conducting the experiments. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. Apart from physical constructing of circuits. This lab also uses a P-spice software to simulate the circuits using systems which the advanced way of learning and analysing the practical lab in the future. MICRO CONTROLLERS LAB Micro Controllers Lab was established in the year 2008. It is a well-furnished lab with 34 hi end i3 systems, 24 ATMEL 89x Flash magic trainer kits 24 other necessary interfacing kits. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. This lab also uses a licenced version of KEIL software for programming. HDL LAB HDL Lab was established in the year 2008.

LD

It is a well-furnished lab with well advanced equipments 10 digital storage CROS of each 30 MHz and 10 Analog CROS 20 variable power supplies of 0-30V/2A and 10 numbers of 10 Mhz Digital function generators and 20 numbers of 3 MHz Analog function generators. It has 4 Microwave test benches, 4 QPSK, 4 DPSK, 4 TDM optical fibre kit digital communication kits, 4 ring resonators, Direction couplers, Wilkinson Power divider 8 types different antenna setups. 20 Digital Millimetres, 40 bread boards, and required components such as different types Transistors, op-amp, PLL, function generator and timer ICs, resistors, capacitors, inductors and about 40 DRB’s, DCB’s, DIB’s. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. Apart from physical constructing of circuits this lab also uses a P-spice software to simulate the circuits using systems which the advanced way of learning and analysing the practical lab in the future.

LD ANALOG COMUNICATION + LIC LAB Analog communication + LIC Lab was established in the year 2009. It is a well-furnished lab with well advanced equipments 10 digital storage CROS of each 30 MHz and 10 Analog CROS 20 variable power supplies of 0-30V/2A and 10 numbers 10 Mhz digital of 3 MHz function generators, 20 numbers of 3 MHz function generator, 20 Digital Millimetres, 40 bread boards, and required components such as different types Transistors, op-amp, PLL, function generator and timer ICs, resistors, capacitors, inductors and about 40 DRB’s, DCB’s, DIB’s. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. Apart from physical constructing of circuits this lab also uses a P-spice software to simulate the circuits using systems which the advanced way of learning and analysing the practical lab in the future. DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB Digital Signal Processing Lab was established in the year 2009. It is a well-furnished lab with 34 hi end i3 systems, Texas Instruments TMS320 kits of 24 numbers other necessary interfacing kits. It uses MAT lab and CC visual studio software. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. ADVANCED COMUNICATION LAB Advanced communication Lab was established in the year 2009.

AC-and-LIC

The uniqueness of this lab is that the kit are in-house developed hence the down time of the equipment’s is only 1% for the entire semester. This lab also uses a P-spice software to simulate the circuits using systems which is the advanced way of learning and analysing the practical lab in the future. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester.

MICROPROCESSORS LAB Microprocessors Lab was established in the year 2009. It is a well-furnished lab with 22 hi end HP systems, ALS kits of 24 numbers other necessary interfacing kits. It uses MASM software. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. VLSI LAB VLSI Lab was established in the year 2010. It is a well-furnished lab with 34 hi end i3 systems. It uses Cadence software. At the same time 40 students can be accommodated in one batch. The lab can easily meet the requirements of total 120 students per semester. PE LAB PE Lab was established in the year 2010. It is one of the fantastic and unique well-furnished lab with 24 kits and 10 hi-end power CROs, 20 heavy duty power supplies and 8 firing units for all the experiments as required by the VTU.

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