Electronics Technology

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B. Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)
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Course Name Duration (Years) System Total Seats Quota Reserved Categories
B.Tech.(Electronics & Communication Engineering) 4 Semester 120   SC/ST BC Physically Handicapped Others
85% 26 10 5 8
15% 5 1 - -
  • Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST)in aggregate.
  • Any other examination recognized equivalent there to.

Admission will be made on the basis of All India Rank of JEE(Main)-2020 for both 85% quota for resident of Punjab and 15% quota for outside Punjab.

B.Tech. ( Electronics & Computer Engineering)
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B.Tech. ( Electronics & Computer Engineering) 4 Semester 20   SC/ST BC Physically Handicapped Others
85% 4 2 1 1
15% 1 - - -
  • Senior Secondary Examination (12th grade) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST)in aggregate.
  • Any other examination recognized equivalent there to.
  • Admission will be made on the basis of All India Rank of JEE(Main)-2020 for both 85% quota for resident of Punjab and 15% quota for outside Punjab.

    M.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering Specialization Communication Systems
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    M.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering) Specialization Communication Systems 2 Semester   SC/ST BC Physically Handicapped Others
    30 8 3 1 2

    B.Tech./B.E. or equivalent in the Electronics or Electronics & Communication Engineering or Electronic Communication System Engineering or Electronics & Electrical Engineering or Instrumentation Engineering or B.Tech./B.E. in Information Technology or Computer Science & Engineering with at least 60% marks (55% for SC/ST) in aggregate or CGPA of 6.75% on 10 point scale.

    Based on the Entrance Test to be conducted by the Coordinator.

    Research Activities

    The Department of Electronics Technology was started in July 1983 with a vision to impart quality knowledge in the field of core Electronics as well as different facets of communication such as Microwave, Optical, Wireless, Data Communication, Digital Signal Processing and Image Processing so as to nurture the excellence in the students and enhance their capability to meet the ever growing challenges in the field of electronics in general and communication engineering in particular. The department feels proud to possess a dynamic and energetic faculty specialized in various fields of electronics and communication engineering having a recognized research experience in their niche areas. The Department has been successfully able to meet the impending challenges to ignite the aspirations of its students to establish themselves as researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs and executives that benefitted the national as well as international companies on the global arena.
    The department has established itself as nodal centre for contemporary research in the area of Optical Communication, Microwave Materials, Wireless and Data Communication, Nanomaterial applications in Electronics, VLSI and Molecular Electronics etc. The department boasts of well-developed research facility for research in the field of optical communication. The department is contributing towards research in the field of fiber non-linearity control methods, gain flatness of optical fiber amplifiers, development of novel methods for optical switching and optical coupling. The current research is towards implementation of underwater optical communication and in visible light spectrum for applications such as secured military communication and radiation free communication in hospitals. The onus is on having the better connectivity among various photonic devices.
    Microwave ferrites and dielectric ceramics find applications in practical systems like radars, microwave absorbers, wireless communication systems, mobile base stations, satellite uplinks & broadcasting systems. Radar absorbing paints made from ferrites can be used to coat military aircraft for stealth operation. The department has state of the art facility to fabricate and characterize these materials especially at microwave frequencies in GHz range for such applications. The current focus is towards synthesis of suitable ferrites required for microwave absorption; high permittivity dielectric ceramics for device miniaturization and low permittivity dielectric ceramics for 5G wireless and millimeter wave communication systems.
    The carbon based molecular electronic components are being considered as alternative to conventional Silicon based electronic components. Atomistic modeling has been at the forefront of computational investigation of nanomaterials and has revealed a wealth of information on structure and properties of individual structural elements such as Nanowires, Nano films, Nano ribbons using Graphene, Fullerene, Carbon Nano Tube, Organic and Inorganic molecules as well as the characteristics of the interfacial regions and modification of the material properties at the nanoscale. A variety of models and methods, including ab initio methods for the accurate description of electronic structure are employed to allow for simulations of large molecular ensembles. In addition to theoretical description of properties of existing materials, novel materials which have not been prepared yet are computationally investigated.
    The department has done exceedingly well by producing 20 Ph. D. degrees in various research areas in last few years with more than 300 research papers in journals of repute as well as international conference proceedings. Currently 30 research scholars are pursuing their research work in the department. The admission for Ph.D. course is strictly based on UGC-NET/JRF or GATE score.

     

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