CET CODE - E095 |Comed-K 007
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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 1999 which is NBA Accredited and also Affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum, Approved by AICTE, New Delhi (Recognized by the Government of Karnataka). The Department offers an Under Graduate program in Electronics and Communication Engineering, PG program in Digital Electronics and Communication and VLSI design and Embedded Systems. The department possesses a core group of well trained, competent and highly motivated faculty and staff members who have imbibed and adopted some of the best academic practices being followed in India and abroad

The Department has signed MOUs with various organizations to provide live projects for UG & PG final year students in the field of Robotics, Communication, Raspberi-PI, VLSI and Embedded Systems. Industrial visits, workshops and mini-projects for students are also encouraged by the department in various sectors. Every semester students are taken out for industrial visits to know about the latest trends and Technologies. To name a few, visits made on frequent basis to organizations like ISRO, Radel Electronics, MRO Tech, BHEL, etc. The Alumnae of the department are well-placed in reputed organizations like INFOSYS, GE, WIPRO, ADP-Wilco & Polaris, L&T, Mphasis, Tech-Mahindra, Westline etc


“To develop outstanding Electronics and Communication Engineers to meet the ever changing Social and Technological needs of the Society”


  • To provide State-of-the-Art infrastructure in Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • To disseminate strong theoretical and practical exposure to meet the emerging trends in the industry
  • To promote a freethinking environment with innovative teaching-learning pedagogy
  • To develop value based socially responsible professionals for the betterment of the Society

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • PEO 1:
  • Develop and excel in the chosen profession on technical front and/or progress towards advanced continuing education, Inter-disciplinary Research and Entrepreneurship

  • PEO 2:
  • Become reputed and innovative solution provider to complex system design problems or challenges relevant to Electronics and Communication

  • PEO 3:
  • Progress as effective team members and achieve a leadership position with trust, mutual respect and professional ethics

  • PEO 4:
  • Become responsible and pro-active citizens for the overall welfare and progress of the Society

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

At the end of the Electronics and Communication Engineering program, Graduates will be able to:

  • PSO1:
  • Develop the components for analog and digital systems, communication systems, control and signal processing systems using acquired knowledge of basic skills and various design tools

  • PSO2:
  • Formulate the solution for interdisciplinary problems through acquired programming knowledge in the respective domain by complying real-time constraints


The ECE department is indeed fortunate to have an excellent team of faculty members and is committed towards Quality Technical Education with patience, hard work, skill and sincerity. The department has well-equipped laboratories to cater to the needs of the VTU curriculum effectively. These laboratories have been meticulously planned and all these laboratories have state-of-the-art equipment. Students pursuing BE in ECE have a full and flexible undergraduate curriculum. Numerous streams can be tailored to fit every individual's interests, skills and career goals

Available Opportunities

Circuit Designer, PCB Designer, Circuit testing Engineer, Network Engineer, Communication Engineer, Signal Analyst, signal testing, Automation Engineer, Automotive Engineer, Robotics Engineer, Chip Designer, software and Hardware Engineer


Students who have completed 10+2 with good marks in academics. CET or COMED-K exams to be compulsory taken


B.E degree extends over a period of four academic years.


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