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Electronics and Communications

Welcome to Department of ECE

  • Electronics and Communication

    This department was established in 2008 with 60 students, and was increased to 120 by 2013. The department allots equal importance to both electronics and communication engineering.

    The department boasts of dedicated staff who work tirelessly to bring out competent, disciplined and technologically sound engineers. Moreover, our department prepares engineers in state of the art technologies in a conducive learning atmosphere, which ensures better interaction between students and staff through counseling.

  • Department Vision

    To empower the students in future trends of Electronics and Communication Engineering, satisfying the societal needs ethically and promoting research activities in latest technologies among the students to produce a quality engineers and powerful entrepreneurs.

    Department Mission

    M1. To provide a special learning environment to empower the students to confront the challenges of the Electronics and Communication Engineering field.

    M2. To provide ethical and value based education by promoting activities addressing the societal needs.

    M3. To fulfill the research interests of faculty and students by promoting and sustaining in house research facilities so as to obtain the reputed publications and patents.

    M4.To provide quality education and to make the students entrepreneur and employable.

  • Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    PEO-1: Graduates will be cognizant in basic sciences, fundamental engineering stream along with contemporary problem solving, critical analytical skills in Electronics and Communication Engineering and the allied fields.

    PEO-2: Graduates will understand the issues related design and developments and should update the knowledge, skills and behavior through continuous learning in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

    PEO-3:Graduates will demonstrate technical, communication and research aptitude along with leadership skills in professional environment to empower employability, higher education and become entrepreneurs successfully.

    PEO-4: Graduate will be motivated with high ethical, human values and team work towards development of the society.

  • Programme Outcome (PO)

    PO1. Apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering to solve complex engineering problems in Electronics and Communication Engineering
    PO2. Investigate, design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data, make inferences from the resulting data and apply the research skills to solve complex engineering problems in analog and digital systems.
    PO3. Demonstrate basic engineering practices and conduct experiments in electronics, electrical system and in programming language.
    PO4. Model and simulate communication systems and analyze the performance using modern tools.
    PO5. Demonstrates the knowledge of theoretical & practical aspects of signal and systems to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health and safety.
    PO6. Test, measure and provide valid conclusions on energy saving design using modern engineering tools and software for environmental sustainability.
    PO6. Understand the impact of engineering solutions on the society by considering contemporary issues through lifelong learning.
    PO7. Work as a member of a project team to find cost effective design solutions to problems related to electronics and communication systems.
    PO8. Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms along with ethical responsibilities.
    PO9. Design systems for applications based on the acquired knowledge to solve real time requirements.
    PO10. An ability to apply the engineering and management principle to manage project as an employee and as an employer.
    PO11. An ability to develop life-long learning for the changing technological environment.
    PO12. An ability to develop life-long learning for the changing technological environment.

News Letters

ECE 2015-16 NL ISSUE 1
ECE 2015-16 NL ISSUE 2
ECE 2016-17 NL ISSUE 1
ECE 2016-17 NL ISSUE2
ECE 2017-18 NL ISSUE 2
ECE 2017-18 NL ISSUE 1


Our Faculty

1 Dr.P.SIVAKUMAR Professor
2 Dr.GUNASEKARAN Professor
3 Dr.S.A. YUVARAJ Asso.Professor
4 Mr.V.SORNAGOPAL Asso.Professor
5 Mr.S.SENTHILKUMAR Asso.Professor
6 Mrs.R.BAMALAKSHMI Asso.Professor
7 Mr.C.E. MOHANKUMAR Asst.Professor
8 Mr.DHARANIKUMAR Asst.Professor
9 Mr. A.S. LOGANATHAN Asst.Professor
10 Mr.S. NIJANDHAN Asst.Professor
11 Mr.P.G.GOPINATH Asst.Professor
12 Mr.K.BALAJI Asst.Professor
13 Mr.C.AUGUSTIN Asst.Professor
14 Mr.NARESHKUMAR Asst.Professor
15 Mr.D.SARATHY Asst.Professor
16 Ms.R.NATHEA Asst.Professor
17 Mr.S.KARTHICK Asst.Professor
18 Ms.GOWTHAMI Asst.Professor
19 Mrs.PORKODI Asst.Professor
20 Ms.J.FEBINA Asst.Professor
21 Mr.TAMIZINIYAN Asst.Professor
Contact Information
Dr. P. Sivakumar
Head of the Department
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