Department of Electronics & Telecommunication started with Industrial Electronics course in
1999-2000 and changed to Electronics & Telecommunication in 2001-2002. The under graduate
course operates in two shifts with approved intake of 120 for Regular shift and 60 for
We have also started postgraduate course in VLSI and Embedded Systems with the intake of 18. The Research Center has been started from the academic year 2017-18. To ensure high standards of education for its students, the department offers excellent infrastructure and resources in the form of knowledgeable faculty, constantly upgraded well equipped and fully furnished laboratories to supplement the theory courses and a department library having a good collection of informative books.
Our Department has student-centric approach and aims at establishing in our students a foundation for continuing learning that is required for maintaining competency to solve new problems as they arise and groom our students as solution providers and not answer providers. The department is also taking care for the student’s professional behavior that requires adherence to the highest principles of ethical conduct.