SoECE is at the forefront in imparting quality education that truly reflects the changing needs of the industry. Innovative teaching techniques like flipped classroom and integrated courses strengthen the course further.
To equip with multiple skills and broader knowledge beyond what their major disciplines may provide, you can earn a minor. The purpose of this minor program is to designate a set of courses (15 credits) to provide additional content proficiency in an area of chosen academic specialization that will complement the student’s professional career.
This program enables non-circuit branch students to Communicate effectively with circuit domain engineers. It imparts the necessary insight on the Electronics and Embedded systems relevant to their respective core domain, interpret and analyze the interface requirements and specifications pertaining to their domain applications. A student opting for this minor program has to attain an additional 15 credits apart from his/her core branch credits of 176. Other schools in the university offer similar minor programs which students of ECE can opt from: Entrepreneurship, Computer Science & Engineering, Innovation & Product Development, Robotics.
|01||Analog & Digital circuits||3|
|02||Signal handling & Data Acquisition||3|
|04||Elective focusing on eligible discipline||3|
|Digital Image Processing|
|Process Control Automation|
Engineering Design & Product Realization
It is a unique design course offered to all sophomore (2nd year undergraduate) students. ECE students team up with students from Mechanical, Automation & Robotics, Electrical and Computer Science students to design and build products in an interdisciplinary environment. The design ecosystem consists of Design Studio in the department and Makers Space in the institute’s common facility. The various stages of this course are understanding the customer’s needs and evolving the engineering specifications, functional analysis, system modeling and co-simulation, conceptual design, detailed design, fabrication and testing of the product. The course involves 1080 students from five departments making up 188 interdisciplinary teams creating IoT enabled products.