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Vision of Institute:

“Deliver Excellence in Engineering Education”

 

Mission of Institute:

“Provide highest quality resources, learning processes and research to create technically qualified professionals capable of making significant contribution to individual and social empowerment.”

 

Vision of Department:

“To be a centre of excellence in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering within the region”

 

Mission of Department:

 “To be a leading centre to impart quality education through effective teaching-learning practices, reinforcing resources & research to create competent and responsible technocrats capable of contributing to individual and social empowerment.”

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES [PEO]

 

Undergraduate education in the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering provides:

 

  1. Fundamental Knowledge: Students of the program will be skilled in fundamental concepts of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and allied branches by developing strong background in applied sciences & Engineering.

2.   Design & Experimentation Skills: Students of the program will be prepared with skills of design & experimentation along with problem solving in the area of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and allied branches.

3.   Specialization: Students will be prepared to develop skills that are necessary for success in industry or higher studies such that they can pursue their career in the field of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and allied branches.

4.   Professional Skills: The students will be prepared to enhance their communication skills, presentation skills, ability to work in a team and ethical values that are necessary to thrive in their career.

5. Self Learning: The students will be prepared to continue their professional development through continuing education so that they can adapt to ever changing technical environment.

 

Program Outcomes [POs]  

Students graduating from the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering will be expected and prepared to exercise the skills and abilities (1) through (12) listed in the Program Outcomes given bellow:

 

  1. Engineering Knowledge: To gain and apply the knowledge of mathematics, allied sciences and engineering fundamentals to solve problems in engineering.
  2. Problem Analysis: Ability to identify, formulate and analyze problems in engineering and conduct experiments to reach to valid conclusions.
  3. Investigation of complex problems: Ability to carry out research, apply research methodologies, interpreting and analyzing data to solve complex engineering problems.
  4. Experimentation: Ability to carry out experimentation, analyzing/interpreting the results and derive appropriate conclusions to attain the objectives pertaining to Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and allied branches of engineering.
  5. Modern tool usage: To select and use appropriate modern engineering software and hardware tools and techniques in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and allied branches of engineering.
  6. Design and Development: Ability to analyze, design and develop solutions to meet specific requirements in multidisciplinary projects.
  7. Product management: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles to manage effective solutions in multi-disciplinary environments.
  8. Individual and team work: Ability to function effectively as an individual member or leader in diverse teams in fulfilling career objectives.
  9. Communication skill: Ability to communicate effectively with the engineering community and society at large with skills in written/oral forms, design documentations, write effective reports and make effective presentations.
  10. Social and ethical responsibility: Ability to use engineering knowledge for social development by       adhering to ethical principles and commitment to professional ethics.
  11. Environment and sustainability: Ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts for sustainable development. 
  12. Life-long learning: Ability to recognize the need for, and have the preparation to engage in life-long learning to cope up with technological changes.

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

 

  1. To strengthen the capability of students in engineering concepts along with aptitude skills that tests them for GATE Examination.
  2. To make the aspiring students acquainted with the conceptual as well as practical knowledge of Industrial Automation & Technologies.
  3. To provide hands on experience and exposure to the aspiring student in the area of embedded and real time system.