The electronic revolution which took off with the development of semiconductor devices and technology shows no sign of having peaked. Modern communication technologies are changing, and will continue to change, the way we live and work. With the continued projected growth in high-bandwidth communication media and VLSI technologies, it is indeed difficult to predict the range of electronic and communication products which will be available even, say, five years from now.
Communication facilities are now considered a very important index of a country’s essential infrastructure, vital to its industry, finance, scientific research and defense capabilities. A country which aspire to a better life for its citizens can not afford to neglect its communication infrastructure. Electronic exchanges, optical fiber lines, satellite links, microwave links, mobile links- these are some of the elements of the modern communication technologies.
The diploma programme in Electronics & Communication aims at training young engineers to select, operate and maintain the communication facilities – and other related electronics system - which are today being put in place in the government, semi-government and private sectors. Opportunities also exist for self-employment in this exciting and fast developing sector of the economy.
Keeping such requirement in mind competent and experienced faculty of our Electronics & Communication department prepares the students by giving ample assignments, conducting test, allowing extra industrial Practice/ Testing at concern local or nearby industries, national level Research & Testing institutions like EQDC, CSIR, ISRO, PRL, etc. Preparing them to participate in national as well as international fair imparting industrial training for one full term for industrial exposure and arranging industrial visits.