Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering


electoElectronics and Telecommunication engineering is a constantly changing and widening branch of the engineering. Increased production and the demand by the government, business community, and corporate world contribute in the growth of employment opportunities in the field. Department of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering of Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur is one of the premier departments aimed to provide quality education to the young engineers in the field. The department has excellent infrastructure and the resources in the form of modern equipments, well qualified faculty members, state-of- the-art library which plays an important role in shaping the career of the under graduate and post-graduate scholars in and around the country. The sanctioned intake for UG is 60, and for PG it is 24. The department plays a pivotal role in laying down road maps in the different research areas such as Power Electronics, RF and Microwave Communications, Signal and Image processing, Microelectronics and VLSI/Embedded Systems. The experienced and learned team of 16 Faculty members having average experience of 10 years, 4 technical supporting staff and 2 nonteaching staff are guiding the students due to which the results of the department stand good in the RTMNU examinations….more

Vision & Mission


To be recognized as a center of excellence in electronics education through innovation and to create proficient professionals.


1. To entrust the students with fundamentals and advanced knowledge of Electronics and       Telecommunication Engineering for successful career.
2. To keep abreast with latest technological innovation to enhance product and research        development activities.
3. To function collaboratively with technical Institute / Universities / Industries.
4.To serve the nation through techno-social development.

Salient Features

Innovation Laboratory:
To cater techno brains, State of art Innovation LAB is established in the Department. Using modern tools & software Brainstorming on Projects is done. Students are encouraged to utilize LAB in free time. Live Project, Mini Project; Major Projects are developed through this LAB.

➢ Departmental Library:
In addition to a huge Institute library, department has a Library for students to make notes and prepare for seminars & research work.

Electronics for You Laboratory (HOBBY CLUB):
Jhulelal Institute of Technology is amongst very few institutes where EFY hobby club has been working indigenously for development of students. Students have 24X7 accesses to different development boards and collection of books & magazines. Hands-on training is provided to students for getting breakthroughs.

➢ Mentoring:
Mentorship is the influence, guidance, or direction given by a mentor. Individual mentoring is done at departmental level to help overall development of the students & to solve their any difficulties.

➢ Student Forum (ZEAL):
Students Forum for inculcating values, ethics & skills like leadership in students to help them grow and become successful in their life.

➢ Live Projects & Internship:
Live Projects & Internship to gain hands-on experience in solving the live problems faced by company. This helps student’s gain knowledge.

➢ Industrial Visits:
Main aim of industrial visit is to provide an exposure to students about practical working environment. They also provide students a good opportunity to gain full awareness about industrial practices.

Soft Skill Development:
Soft skills are attributes that enable you to engage in meaningful interactions with others. Since most jobs require teamwork, it is important to possess soft skills to enhance your employability and achieve your dream job. Such soft skill sessions are conducted.

➢ Technical Skill Development:
In today’s age of globalisation and technological volatility, skill building is an important instrument to increase the efficacy and quality. Various Technical workshops & seminars to enhance learning are conducted.

➢ GATE Coaching:
Dedicated lecturers specifically for GATE are arranged & Topic wise lectures are conducted. Students are thoroughly informed everything about GATE exam. Methods to solve problems quickly, Evaluation & Doubt clearing session are also conducted.

➢ Guidance on GRE, TOEFL & other Competitive Examinations:
Department also undertakes activities like creating awareness amongst the students about latest trends and opportunities in Competitive Banking Examinations. It also views to induce general reading, general observation and thinking power for reasoning and courage for facing various Competitive Exams.

➢ Career Counselling:
Career counselling to help them understand the career options that they have and how to pursue them. To make them understand their own strengths and weaknesses with regards to their present course.


Prof. Mahadev Mahajan


Qualification: B.E, M.TECH (Basic Electronics)Experience: 14 Years

Specialization: VLSI, DIP, Signal Processing.

It gives me immense pleasure in introducing the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication (ETC) which was established in 2009. Living up to its vision, the department provides in-depth knowledge and develop skills of the students on the basic concepts and theories that will equip them in their professional work involving analysis, system implementation, operation, production, and maintenance of the various applications in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication.

In order to facilitate the student’s learning process, the department has a team of well qualified, experienced and learned teachers which puts great efforts in helping the students become competent. The department rigorously follows Outcome Based Education (OBE) in its teaching learning process and provides all the required platforms like student forum, ISTE and IEEE student chapters, IIT certifications, industrial visits, CRTs, technical & cultural festivals and alumni interaction for their overall development. Additional enrichment programs like guest lectures, workshops, STTPs are organized to ensure that the students are abreast with the technology. The mentor mentee scheme practiced by the department assists the students in achieving academic and personal excellence.

The department has state of the art infrastructure with well equipped laboratories, departmental library, Electronics for You laboratory, seminar hall and spacious classrooms. The provision of Innovation & Project Laboratory encourages research, development, innovation and help the students become technically sound. Students are also encouraged to undergo supervised practical training in different industries so as to get hands on experience and become employable technocrats.

The department has always been credited with university toppers and a good placement record and similar results are expected in future. Alongside the technical, academic and personal development, the department also inculcates ethics in its students and motivates them to serve their motherland through techno-social development.

We, at ETC, leave no stone unturned in order to help our students grow.

Course & Intake

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering is a constantly changing and widening branch of the engineering. Increased production and the demand by the government, business community, and corporate world contribute in the growth of employment opportunities in the field. Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering of Jhulelal Institute of Technology, Nagpur is one of the premier departments aimed to provide quality education to the young engineers in the field.

The department has excellent infrastructure and the resources in the form of modern equipments, well qualified faculty members, state-of- the-art library which plays an important role in shaping the career of the under graduate, post-graduate & research scholars in and around the country. The department plays a pivotal role in laying down road maps in the different research areas such as Power Electronics, RF and Microwave Communications, Signal and Image processing, Microelectronics, and VLSI & Embedded Systems.


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Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering                    Semester: III
Course Name Course Outcome (New) Blooms Level Mapped PO
Applied Mathematics III BEETE301T CO1 define the ability of using Laplace transform in solving the ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations 1 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
CO2 demonstrate the fundamental concept of Fourier series and be able to apply Fourier expansions of a given function. 2,3 PO1,2,3,9,12
CO3 solve isometric problems by using Euler’s equations. 3 PO1,2,5,9,12
CO4 develop the understanding of complex variables and its application and examine the power series expansion of a function. 3,4 PO1,2,3,,12
CO5 determine Matrices and Eigen value problems and solve Differential Equations. 5 PO1,2,9,12
CO6 determine Lagrange’s form to solve partial differential equations in engineering applications. 5 PO1,2,3,9,12
Electronics Devices & Circuits BEETE302T CO1 explain semiconductor diode and compare between Zener & Avalanche Breakdown and build rectifiers. 1,2 PO1,2,3,4,9,12
CO2 summarize the concepts related to different modes of operation; list the different biasing methods and the various current components in BJT. 1,2 PO1,2,3,4,9,12
CO3 compare the Transistor Amplifier circuits using h-parameters, different types of feedback and analyze the principle of negative feedback in electronic circuits. 2,4 PO1,2,3,4,9,12
CO4 extend the understanding of how electronic circuits and their functions fit into larger electronic systems & tool for analog circuits like RC and LC oscillators. 2 PO1,2,3,4,9,12
CO5 solve complex problems based on power dissipations in transistors and harmonic distortion in power amplifier. 3 PO1,2,3,4,9,12
CO6 explain the concept of Field Effect Transistor and MOSFET 2 PO1,2,3,9,12
Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation BEETE303T CO1 acquire the knowledge of basic measuring instrument. 1, 2 PO1,6,7,12
CO2 identify appropriate transducers and sensors for measurement of different physical quantity of interest 3 PO1,6,7,12
CO3 analyze performance characteristics of instruments. 4 PO1,6,7,12
CO4 examine the use of various measuring equipments involved in electronic measurement. 4 PO1,6,7,12
CO5 compare & Explain different types of CRO and function generator 2, 3 PO1,6,12
CO6 define & summerize different types of analyzers and data conversion methods for instrumentation system 1, 2 PO1,6,12
Object Oriented Programming & Data Structure BEETE304T CO1 define , illustrate the basic concept of OOP including OOP features and programming styles. 1,2 PO1,2,3
CO2 compare types of overloading & apply it in generic programming function & class templates 2,3 PO,1,2,3,4
CO3 explain Inheritance and its type &construct programs that demonstrate effective use of Inheritance & Polymorphism. 2,3 PO,1,2,3,4
CO4 illustrate linear array & analyzevarious searching & sorting Techniques. 2,4 PO1,2,3,4
CO5 develop & analyze the algorithms for stack, queue & linked list operations leading to applications. 3,4 PO1,2,3,4
CO6 explain & compare various types of tree&analyze algorithms for operations on Trees data structures. 3,4 PO1,2,3,4
Network Analysis & Synthesis  BEETE305T CO1 evaluate  transformation techniques for the analysis of electrical networks &  simplify the network using reduction technique 1,2 PO 1,2,3,4,5,9,12
CO2 Classify and analyze the circuit using kirchhoff’s lawand network simplification theorem for designing circuit 1,2 PO 1,2,3,4,5,9,12
CO3 compare & explain different types of Resonance for RLC Circuits 3 PO 1,2,3,4,5,9,12
CO4 analyze & design performance of various types of filters & attenuators 4 PO 1,2,3,4,5,9,12
CO5 understand transient behavior and network functions with computation of network functions for various configurations.Identify initial and final distinguish conditions for current and voltage in first and second order system 3 PO 1,2,3,4,5,9,12
CO6 Classify and evaluate two port network by z,y,h and inverse H parameters. Analyze the various three phase circuits connections for obtaining solution for balanced and unbalanced load 4 PO 1,2,3,4,5,9,12
Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering                    Semester: IV
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level Mapped PO
Applied Mathematics IV BEETE401T CO1 find the roots of algebraic & transcendental equations using iterative methods, explain system of linear equations by numerical /iterative methods. 1, 2 PO1,2,12
CO2 aquire knowledge of Z- transform and inverse Z- transform and identify analytical solutions of Difference Equations. 3 PO1,2,3
CO3 apply knowledge of the series approximation to solve Bessel’s and Legendre’s differential equations. 3 PO1,2,3
CO4 analyze the data using probability function and distribution function. 4 PO1,2,9,12
CO5 simplify the function for the mean, variance, standard deviation, skewness and kurtosis of the distribution; covariance and coefficient of correlation,determine the data and interpret the result. 4,5 PO1,2,12
CO6 evaluate the various probability distributions in decision making. 5 PO1,2,12
Power Devices & Machines BEETE402T CO1 explain  the basics of different components used in Power Electronics. 2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO2 illustatethe working and characteristics of different power devices along with their applications in Electronic circuits. 2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 list and Demonstratethe concept of AC-DC converters, Choppers, Inverters which are widely used in industries. 1,2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 organize the different AC/DC machines. and their speed control methods. 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO5 evaluate power electronics for the improvement of energy usage efficiency and the development of renewable energy technologies. 5 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO6 list the concept of DC Motors. 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
Electromagnetic Fields BEETE403T CO1 recall vector calculus, explaindifferent coordinate systems, and apply vector calculus to define the behaviour of static electric fields in standard configurations. 1,2,3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO2 define Biot savart law, Ampere Circuital law, relate and apply vector calculus to understand the behaviour of static magnetic fields in standard configurations . 1,2,3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 relateelectric and magnetic fields under time varying situations(Maxwell Equations); develop electric and magnetic boundary conditions for different materials. 1,3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 define  and explain  reflection and refraction  of  electromagnetic wave by annalyzing its propogation  in free-space, in a perfect dielectric, and perfect conductor. 1,2,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO5 define waveguides and resonators; compare & analyze electromagnetic wave propagation in waveguides and resonators. 1,2,3,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO6 define & explain the basic concepts of radiation and elements used for radiation along with the basic antenna terminologies. 1,2 PO1,2,9,10,12
Digital Circuits & Fundamental of Microprocessor BEETE404T CO1 define and compare the different number systems and acquire knowledge about the basic building blocks and fundamentals of any digital electronic circuit. 1, 2 PO 1, 9,10,12
CO2 explain the Boolean equations using various combinational circuits, and develope the different codes and their conversion. 2, 3 PO 1, 3,9,10,12
CO3 constuct circuit for the sequential elements like flip flops, differentiate types of flip flops and convert one flip flop to another.  3 PO 1, 3, 9,10,12
CO4 apply the fundamental knowledge about digital electronics so as to analyze and design complex digital circuits like counters and shift registers. 3, 4, 6 PO 1, 2, 3,4,9, 10, 12
CO5 classify and compare the different logic families, semiconductor memories and PLDs. 2 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO6 explain and illustrate 8085 architecture with its instruction set and apply the knowledge of 8085 microprocessor in writing assembly language programs.  2, 3 PO 1, 3, 5, 9, 10,12
Signals & System BEETE405T CO1 define the fundamental characteristics of signals used in communication systems, describe these signals mathematically and to show mathematical operations on them. 1, 2,  3, 4 PO 1, 2, 9,10, 12,
CO2 compute the fourier series and fourier transform of periodic and non-periodic signals and to find embed the properties of fourier transform to analyze the signals. 3, 4 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CO3 apply probability theory, density and distribution functions, correlation and convolution in signal analysis. 1, 2 PO 1,  2, 9, 10, 12
CO4 compare the different coding schemes and modulation techniques. 1, 2 PO 1, 9, 10,12
CO5 list & illustrate the salient features of the digital carrier systems used in communication. 1, 2 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO6 integrate the knowledge acquired and apply them in analyzing systems of higher complexity. 1, 2 PO 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 12
Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering                Semester: VTH  
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level Mapped PO
Antenna & Wave Propagation BEETE501T CO1  list & explain the losses in transmission lines, build equations, solve problems based on transmission line’s performance parameters. 1,2,3 PO1,2,6,9,10,12
CO2 recall the concept of electric and magnetic fields, explain  dipole antennas, their radiation fields & applications and apply this knowledge for problem solving. 1,2,3 PO1,2,6,9,10,12
CO3 defineantenna arrays, classify their types, illustrate design techniques . 1,2 PO1,2,6,9,10,12
CO4 list and explain different microstrip antennas, categorize different feeding methods for micro strip antenna, their design models and applications. 1,2,4 PO1,2,6,9,10,12
CO5  list & illustrate different reflector antennas and solve the numericals using their design equations. 1,2,3 PO1,2,6,9,10,12
CO6 define ground wave, sky wave and radio wave propagation.  & illustrate techniques for measurement of antenna performance parameters . 1,2 PO1,2,6,9,10,12
Microprocessor & Microcontroller BEETE502T CO1 explain the internal organization of 8086, classify its addressing modes & instruction set, construct memory interface. 1, 2, 3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO2 define & Compare interrupts, develop 8086 program & interface with peripherals. 1, 2, 3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO3 explain special purpose programmable peripherals, serial communication and also build their interface. 2, 3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO4 learn & explain architecture of 8087 numeric coprocessor, DMAC 8237, Pentium architecture. and contruct their interfacing and programming. 1,2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO5  list & explain internal organization of 8051 & interrupts, construct memory interface. 1,2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO6 classify and explain instruction set and addressing modes of 8051, I/O expansion using 8255, build 8051 program, interface with peripherals. 1,2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
Analog Circuit Design BEETE503T CO1 defineand classify various analog circuits like differencial amplifiers and oprational amplifier 1,2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO2 explain and build the linear  applications of OP-AMP like adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator, log & antilog, peak detector. 2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO3 explain and build the non-linear  applications of OP-AMP like comparator, schmitt trigger, clipper, clamper, rectifiers, multivibrators. 2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO4 construct and analyze power supply, SMPS, and protection circuits 3,4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO5 construct and examine various oscillators, function generators. 3,4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO6 explain and construct different filters, drivers. 2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
Communication Electronics BEETE504T CO1 recall various amplitude modulation techniques and the concepts associated with them; solve problems based on amplitude modulation 1,3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO2 illustrate various angle modulation techniques and the concepts associated with them; solve problems based on frequency modulation 2,3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 interpret sampling theorem, Nyquist criteria, aliasing effect and aperture effect; apply the knowledge of various pulse modulation techniques 2,3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 analyze the effect of different types of noise on the analog communication system 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO5 analyze various AM-FM receivers and AM-FM detection techniques 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO6 compare various multiplexing techniques; classify broadband communication links used in haul systems 2,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
Industrial Economics & Entrepreneurship Development BEETE505T CO1 define industral economics and outline economics analysis of business PO 11,12
CO2 illustrate economics & diseconomics of sale and explain LPG and its importance. PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO3 summerize sources of finance , capital structure and venture capital; solve problems based on network analysis techniques of PERT & CPM. PO 11
CO4 analyze sickness in small business and major problems faced by small scale industries. PO 2,4,6
CO5 apply the concept of entreprenuership to start a new business and analyze various factors affecting entrepreneurship growth PO 3,4,5,6,9,11,12
CO6 analyze a companies project report by study of preparation of preliminary project reports PO 3,4,5,6,9,11,12
Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering                    Semester: VI 
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level Mapped PO
Telecommunication Switching System BEETE601T CO1 define the concepts of manual switching, electronic telephone & local, central battery system,trunk exchange, junction working and explain automatic telephony & various message switching. 1, 2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO2 what are unit of traffic & methods of traffic measurement; explain lost-call system, Queuing system and traffic characteristics. 1, 2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO3 explain single stage network, its principle &  various grading techniques; compare various link system and interpret call processing function. 1, 2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO4 list various timing & timing inaccuracy concepts, explain asynchronous multiplexing & waiting time jitter and examine various network synchronization & network management processes. 1, 2, 4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO5 explain & interpret various concepts of data networks, LAN, MAN, fiber optic networks, data network standard, protocol stacks & internetworking and Integrated Services Digital Network. 1, 2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO6 define & explain the underlying concepts of mobile Telephone & Cellular telephone, system topology, roaming & handoffs and examinecellular network components, call processing & Digital Cellular telephone. 1, 2, 4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
Digital Signal Processing BEETE602T CO1 recall & classify signals & systems. 1, 2 PO 1,2,5,9,10,12
CO2 recall Z transform and inverse Z transform and apply  properties to solve numericals . 1,3 PO 1,2,5,9,10,12
CO3 solve  Discrete Time Fourier Transform (DTFT), Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). 3 PO 1,2,5,9,10,12
CO4 construct Digital IIR filters. 3 PO 1,2,5,9,10,12
CO5 construct Digital FIR filters. 3 PO 1,2,5,9,10,12
CO6 explain Decimation Filter, Interpolation Filter & Wavelet Transform. 2 PO 1,2,5,9,10,12
Control System Engg. BEETE603T CO1 recall & classify the concept of Differential equations and apply it to  analyze various control systems. 1,2, 3, 4 PO1,2,4,5,12
CO2 define , classify various controllers and apply the concept of time domain analysis to control system. 1, 2, 3 PO1,2,4,5,12
CO3 define Stability and Illustrate its concept and apply it to analize root locus. 1,2, 3, 4 PO1,2,4,5,12
CO4 define stability and demonstrate its concept and apply it to analize Bode,Nyquist & Polar plot. 1,2, 3, 4 PO1,2,4,5,12
CO5 choose,classify various compensators and apply it to analize control system parameters. 1,2, 3, 4 PO1,2,4,5,12
CO6 recall the concept of Matrices and demonstrate it for applying it to analize state variable analysis. 1,2, 3, 4 PO1,2,4,5,12
Digital Communication BEETE604T CO1 recall and explain the basic concepts of digital communication system 1,2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO2 apply the knowledge of source & waveform coding methods 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 make use of various digital modulation techniques 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 analyze different types of channel coding techniques 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO5 examine different types of encoders & decoders for error reduction 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO6 list and classify different spread spectrum methods 1,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
Functional English   BEETE605T CO1 recall and make use of grammatical structures of English language. 1, 3 PO6,10,12
CO2 develop necessary confidence and competence to face the interviews effectively and appear for various competitive examinations. 3 PO6,10,12
CO3 summarize the comprehensions and build Analytic Reading capabilities 2, 3 PO6,10,12
CO4 develop analytic capacity with regard to understanding of English language as they will be oriented in fictional and non fictional writing. 3 PO6,10,12
CO5 develop an ability to write technical and scietific papers 3 PO6,10,12
Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering                    Semester: VII
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level Mapped PO
DSP Processor & Architecture BEETE701T CO1 recall the concepts of  general purpose processor & compare DSP processor with general purpose processor 1,2 PO 1,2,10,12
CO2 explain the architecture of TMS320C5X & its addressing modes. 2 PO 1,2,10,12
CO3 develop programsusing assembly language to program DSP processors & construct the pipeline structures. 3 PO 1,2,5,10,12
CO4 illustrate the addressing modes & features of TMS320C54X. 2 PO 1,2,10,12
CO5 develop programs using code composer studio, explain advanced processors & list the features of DSP family processors 1,2,3 PO1,2,5,10,12
CO6 test DSP algorithms. 4 PO 1,2,5,10,12
Television & Video Engineering BEETE702T CO1 classify the concept of troubleshoot and repair 2 PO1,4,12
CO2 explain and compare the RF based transmission and reception in audio and video Mode. 2 PO1,12
CO3 compare TV pictures, Composite Video Signal and TV receiver picture tubes. 2 PO1,12
CO4 extend necessary expertise in handling hardware projects related to television subject. 2 PO1,3,12
CO5 learn operation and maintenance of all the sophisticated and latest equipment and machinery related to this subject. 1 PO,1,3,12
CO6 demonstrate an understanding of electronics, mechanical and environmental factors involved in maintaining television equipment. 2 PO1,4,12
Optical Communication BEETE703T CO1 interpret various concepts related to optical fiber and optical fiber communication 2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO2 recall fiber materials and various fiber manufacturing methods; classify various signal attenuations and distortions in optical fiber 1,2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 compare fiber splices, connectors and couplers; analyze various optical sources 2,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 make use of various concepts related to optical detectors and receivers 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO5 analyze analog and digital links 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO6 explain WDM concepts and components; classify applications of optical fiber communication 2,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
Advance Digital System Design BEETE704T CO1 explain basics of devise technolgies , development flow & VHDL. 2 PO1, 2,7,9,10,12
CO2 explain data types, operators, data objects, also build  programs using different signal assignment statements. 2,3 PO1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12
CO3 define functions, procedures, package , library & develop programs using generate statement. 1,3 PO1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12
CO4 illustrate asynchronous sequential circuit.& construct MEALY ,MOORE machine. 2,3 PO1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 11, 12
CO5 define concept of different types of synthesis & illustrate timing analysis,power analysis of FPGA based system  & pipelining resource sharing. 1,2 PO1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12
CO6 compare  PLDs, CPLD,FPGA, placement rout process & build programs for ALU, Barrel shifter, keyboard matrix, multiplier. 2,3 PO1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12
VLSI Signal Processing BEETE705T CO1 explain various methodologies to optimize power delay and  area of VLSI design. 2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO2 explain & analyze Real Time processing system. 2,4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO3 explain & develop algorithm structure for DSP algorithms based on algorithm transformation. 2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO4 construct folding algorithm structure for DSP algorithms. 3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO5 explain & build digital system with reduction in hardware design. 2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO6 interpret & apply experimentation on Hardware/software co-design. 2,3 PO 1,2,9,10,12
Micro Elctro Mechanical Systems & SoC BEETE705T CO1 define the importance of miniaturization, classify various types of MEMS, outline pressure sensor, accelerometer and Micromirror TV projector. 1,2 PO 1,2
CO2 cassify micro machining and etching process & identify micro cantilever fabrication 2,3 PO 1,2
CO3 identify & Compare  different types of transducer 3,4 PO 1,2
CO4 classify various RF MEMS devices 4 PO1
CO5 list the different types mechanical packaging of micro electronics , micro system packaging 4 PO1
CO6 classify system on chip, justify microsystems technology, core architecture for digital media and the associated compilation techniques 4,5 PO1,2,3
Branch: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering                  Semester: VIII 
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level Mapped PO
Microwave & Radar BEETE801T CO1 define & explain the limitations of existing vacuum tubes and solid state devices at microwave frequencies. 1, 2 PO1,2,6,7,10,12
CO2 define & illustrate the performance of specialized microwave tubes such as klystron, reflex klystron, magnetron and travelling wave tube. 1, 2 PO1,2,6,7,10,12
CO3 demonstrate the operation of passive waveguide components. 2 PO1,2,7,10,12
CO4 classify with capabilities in the design, development and manufacture of radar systems used in a wide spectrum of applications. 2 PO1,2,6,7,10,12
CO5 define the technical competence of Radar and also summarize specialized areas of Radar engineering. 1, 2 PO1,2,6,7,10,12
CO6 choose radar engineering solutions based on a system approach. 3 PO1,2,6,7,10,12
Computer Communication Network BEETE802T CO1 define & explain the purpose of Network layered communication and Model like OSI & Internet Model 1,2 PO1,2,4,9,10,12
CO2 list & classify different categories of transmission media & Switching Techniques 1,2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 Iilustrate the difference between the data logical link & media acess control alongwith the concept of HDLC,PPP 2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 explain different internetworking principles, routing principles & algorithm 2 PO1,2,3,4,9,10,12
CO5 summarize the concept of different Application layer protocol 2 PO1,2,4,9,10,12
CO6 list and explain different techniques used for Network Security & Network Administration 1,2 PO1,2,4,9,10,12
Wireless & Mobile Communication BEETE803T CO1 define & explain the concepts and techniques of cellular communication. 1,2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO2 compare & analyze the causes and effects of path loss and signal fading on received signal characteristics. 2,4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO3 define & explain various diversity and multiple access channel mitigation techniques. 1,2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO4 examine basic knowledge of GSM majorly focusing on 3G technology. 4 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO5 classify  & explain wired and wireless communication systems. 2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
CO6 list & expalin various LAN technologies along with their protocols. 1,2 PO 1,2,9,10,12
Embedded System BEETE804T CO1 demonstarte the engineering knowledge of history, design challenges, optimizing design metrics, time to market, NRE and UNIT cost design metrics of embedded systems. 2 PO1,2,3,4,5,11,12
CO2 summarize the concepts related to hardware and software architecture, processor selection for Embedded System, memory architecture and IO devices. 2 PO1,2,3,4,5,
CO3 compare the architecture of RISC & CISC Apply on basic programming , ARM organization and ARM Programmers model. 2,3 PO1,2,3,4,5
CO4 explain concept of Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11 and IEEE 802.16, GPRS & Identify its types 2,3 PO1,2,3,4,5
CO5 analyze & Explain working of Real time operating systems. 4,5 PO1,2,3,4,5
CO6 design projects based on communication, automation, security and automobile fields 6 PO1,2,3,4,5,9,11,12
Wireless Sensor Networks BEETE804T CO1 explain the basics of wireless sensor technology, its architecture and the practical relevance of wireless sensor networks. 1, 2 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO2 demonstrate the concept of radio technology primer & the various protocols used in the design of sensor networks and make use of this knowledge to examine the wireless sensor networks by going through case studies. 1,2,3,4 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CO3 define data dissemination and gathering, explainabout the key routing protocols, routing strategies and the challenges associated with it. 1, 2 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CO4 demonstrate the transport control protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks, identify the design issues and hence analyze the performance of Transport Control Protocols. 1, 2, 3, 4 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CO5 define middleware for sensor networks and illustrate the principles and architecture of middleware. 1, 2 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO6 explain the network management along with its requirement in wireless sensor networks and identify the performance and traffic management issues. 1, 2, 3 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CMOS VLSI Design BEETE805T CO1 define MOS Transistor, body effect and MOS effect; illustrate the MOS current equations and small signal model & solve problems related to threshold voltage. 1,2,3 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO2 define DC transfer characteristics of CMOS inverter; explain βn/βp ratio, noise margin, static load CMOS inverter, transmission gate and Bi-CMOS inverter. 1, 2 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO3 explain types of RAM and construct digital circuits like compound gates, MUX, latch and flip flop using CMOS Technology. 1, 2, 3 PO 1, 9, 10, 12
CO4 explain switching characteristics of CMOS and make use of capacitance estimation & power dissipation to analyze the performance of CMOS devices. 1, 2, 3, 4 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CO5 demonstrate CMOS layout design rules and clocking strategies, construct stick diagrams and Euler’s graph and list the Euler’s paths. 1, 2, 3, 4 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
CO6 classify the fault models and compare the various testing techniques. 1, 2, 3, 4 PO 1, 2, 9, 10, 12
Digital Image Procssing BEETE804T CO1 define and explain the fundamentals and various general terminology of digital image processing. 1,2 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
CO2 list various types of images enhancement technique & illustrate the fundamentals of color image processing methods. 1,2 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
CO3 demonstrate and develop various image transform methods alongwith the basics of wavelet transform 2,3 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
CO4 comprehend the various methods of image coding, compression process and the fundamentals of JPEG, MPEG. 2 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
CO5 find & explain the methodologies used for image segmentation, representation and description in image processing. 1,2 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
CO6 demonstrate & analyze the methodologies used for image restoration and reconstruction. 2,4 PO1,2,3,9,10,12
Satellite Communication
CO1 recall orbital aspects of satellite communication; explain various space craft subsystems 1,2 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO2 utilize the knowledge of satellite link design 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO3 compare various multiple access techniques and examine their applicability to commercial systems 2,4 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO4 apply the knowledge of various concepts related to propagation on satellite 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO5 make use of various error detection and correction techniques 3 PO1,2,9,10,12
CO6 inspect the Earth station technology 4 PO1,2,9,10,12
On completion of Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Tele-Communication, Graduates will be able to
1.      Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2.      Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3.      Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate considerations for public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4.      Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
5.      Modern tools usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6.      The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7.      Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8.      Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9.      Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10.  Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports an design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11.  Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one`s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
12.  Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Students of Electronics and Tele-communication Engineering Program will demonstrate:
PSO1: An ability to apply concepts of Electronics & Tele-communication Engineering to design and implementcomplex systems in the areas related to signal processing, embedded systems, VLSI and CommunicationSystems.
PSO2: An ability to make use of acquired technical knowledge for qualifying in competitive examinations at variouslevels.
Graduates of Electronics and Tele-communication Engineering will
      I.            Achieve in-depth knowledge of Electronics and Tele-communication Engineering in order to innovate, design and develop modern electronic systems to meet societal needs.
   II.            Sustain intellectual curiosity in professional career and adopt lifelong learning.
III.            Have strong work ethics, professional attitude, team spirit, leadership skills and enterprising skills to serve industry and society.

Key Features

  • Innovation Laboratory.
  • Departmental Library.
  • Electronics For You Laboratory (HOBBY CLUB).
  • Mentoring.
  • Student Forum (ZEAL).
  • Live Projects.nternship.
  • Industrial Visits.
  • Soft Skill Development.
  • Technical Skill Development.
  • GATE Coaching.
  • Guidance on GRE, TOEFL and other competitive examinations.
  • Career Counseling.