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Channabasaveshwara Institute of Technology
N.H. 206, B.H. Road, Gubbi, Tumkur 572 216
(Near Bangalore), Karnataka, India.
Tel : 08131 223818 / 223365 / 223144
Fax : 08131 223177
Email : hr@cittumkur.org,
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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING


OVERVIEW

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering started in the academic year 2001.  Initial intake for the department was 60 during 2001 to 2003. From 2004 it was increased to 90. From the academic year 2006 to till date it is 120.  The department was accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi for duration of 3 years during the year 2009 to 2012.


The department has state-of-the-art laboratories equipped with latest equipments/instruments. The department has grown steadily over the years and offers the following programs

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  • B.E. in Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • M. Tech in Electronics Engineering
  • Ph.D. Programme – Affiliated to VTU

 

The Department is committed to promote teaching, research, industrial interaction and multi-dimensional development of the students with a balanced blend of theoretical as well as practical exposure by its group of highly qualified, dedicated and well experienced faculty members.


The department have the practice of conducting skill development courses in-parallel with the curriculum to the students. Further, to give an exposure on the advances in their streams, the department regularly organising Invited/expert talks by inviting the experts from Industry and Academia. The concern on increasing the interest towards their curriculum and to get more exposure in hardware components/equipment, the students are motivated to do hobby projects, permitted to go for attending project exhibition/symposia/workshops etc. The department periodically arranges industrial visits for students to get more exposure on the industry culture and practices.

 

To nurture the technical skill, soft skills, leadership skills, the department has established IDEAS CLUB - a student driven forum, wherein the students will discuss/brainstorm the innovative ideas, technical related issues and their solutions. This forum is completely managed by the department students.

 

In parallel, the department is focusing on the knowledge enrichment of the faculty by conducting the Faculty Development Programmes / Workshops / Knowledge Transfer Programmes periodically by inviting the experts from various Industries.

 

VISION

To create globally competent Electronics and Communication Engineering professionals with ethical and moral values for the betterment of the society.

 

MISSION

  • To impart quality technical education in the field of electronics and communication engineering to meet over the current/future global industry requirements.

 

  • To create the centres of excellence in the field of electronics and communication in collaboration with industry and universities.

 

  • To nurture the technical/professional/engineering and entrepreneurial skills for overall self and societal upliftment.

 

  • To orient the student community towards the higher education, research and development activities.

 

  • To provide a platform for equipping the students with necessary skills through co-curricular and extra-curricular events.

 

  • To have Industrial collaboration for strengthening the Teaching-Learning Process/Academics.

 

  • To associate with industries for training the faculty on the latest technologies through continuous education programmes.

 

ACTIVITIES

Faculty Activity

 

Details of the FDP Workshops/KTP/Certification programme Conducted by the Department (2013-2016)

 

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Details of Faculty deputation for attending FDP/Workshop/Conference etc. (2013-2016)

 

List of the faculties sponsored for attending workshop.

 

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Student Activity

 

List of the students who have attended Workshop/Conference/Project Exhibition/Competition/ Technical Symposium during 2014

 

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List of the students who have attended Workshop/Conference/Project Exhibition/Competition/ Technical Symposium during 2015

 

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List of the students who have attended Workshop/Conference/Project Exhibition/Competition/ Technical Symposium during 2016

 

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List of the students who have attended Workshop/Conference/Project Exhibition/Competition/ Technical Symposium during 2017

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List of the students who have attended Sports and Cultural Symposium from 2014-15 to 2016-17

 

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INDUSTRIAL VISITS & INDUSTRIAL LINKAGES

RESEARCH @ ECE

Research Culture in Department of ECE

 

The department consistently working on cultivating the research culture amongst the faculty and students by conducting Faculty Development Programmes on latest technologies, so that, they are exposed to the new technologies in their expertise areas. It will help them to do the research in the latest technologies; this practice will help for the professional growth as well as Nation Technological growth.

 

On-going Research Areas

 

    • Digital Signal Processing
    • Industrial Automation
    • Biomedical instrumentation
    • Embedded System design

     

     

    Research Grants Recieved

     

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    Department Research Centre

     

    Visvesvaraya Technological University granted recognition to the Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering as Research Centre to Offer Ph.D/M.Sc. (Engg) by research programs in the faculty of Engineering.

     

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    Details of Research Scholars registered their Ph.D. in Research Centre - Dept. of ECE

     

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    Facility/Equipment available

     

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    Faculty Publications

     

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INNOVATIVE PRACTICES

 

Skill Development Program

 

2016-17

 

“Design, Simulation & Implementation of Circuits on PCB”

 

Objective


 Student will be proficient in designing, simulating the circuits using simulation softwares, implementing and soldering of Analog circuits on Printed Circuit Board.


Outcomes

 

  • At the end of first SDP Student will simulate the analog circuits using Multisim software and they will be able to identify and understand the working of electronic components, Solder basic Circuits on PCB, and implement DC Power Supply on PCB.

 

  • At the end of second SDP Student will be able to simulate the 555 application circuits using  Proteus software and also use the knowledge of IC's like 555 Timer, Op-amps to implement a mini-project based on minimum one IC on PCB and package the system.

 

Modules (Semester Wise)


Hardware Components are provided by the Department


First SDP (During 3rd semester/3 months/2 theory sessions-10 lab sessions)

 

  • Review of Electrical Network Elements, DC and AC Circuits-Transformers, Rectifiers
  • Basic Semiconductor Devices and Circuits -Diodes, Transistors
  • Usage of data-sheets (PN junction, BJT)
  • Understanding the Multisim software
  • Basics of Soldering and de-soldering
  • Understanding the design of 5v, 1A DC power supply
  • Implementation of 5v, 1A DC power supply on PCB. (Faculty: MSS,RCJ),

 

 

Second SDP (During 4th semester/3 months/2 theory sessions-10 lab sessions)

 

  • Understanding of 555 Timer based circuits
  • Understanding the Proteus software
  • Simulating the 555 timer based circuits using Proteus
  • Implementation of at least 4 circuits based on 555 timer on PCB and package the system
  • Understanding the applications based on Op-Amps (Faculty: MSS,RCJ)

 

 

Description:


First SDP:

 

  • Review of Basic Components used in electronic design
  • Learning of Multisim Software
  • Designing of basic circuit using basic components.
  • Simulation of  basic circuits using Multisim software
  • Practicing of soldering and de-soldering
  • Understanding the design of 5v, 1A DC power supply
  • Implementation of 5v, 1A DC power supply on PCB
  • Implementation of basic circuits on PCB.

 

Second SDP:

 

  • Understanding of 555 Timer working
  • Learning of Proteus simulation Software
  • Simulation of  555 timer application circuits using proteus software
  • Implementation of  astable and monostable multivibrator using 555 timer.
  • Implementation t flashing lights/dancing lights using 555 timer.
  • Design and implement water level indicator using 555 timer.
  • Implementation of Remote control of Home appliances using 555 timers.
  • Implementation of Clap switches using 555 timer on PCB.

 

2015-16

 

“Embedded system design using ARM processors and its fundamental Applications”

 

Under CIT – Skill development program, Electronics and communication engineering department has introduced a course on “Embedded system design using ARM processors and its fundamental applications” for the sixth semester ECE students. This course aims for providing unique learning experience to student on advanced processors like ARM processor and enhancing student’s knowledge and skill levels to match up with industry requirements. After the successful completion of the course student will be able to understand the any basic embedded system design and its interfaces, learn different programming techniques and the student will also acquire the hardware interface circuits debugging skills.

 

2014-15

 

"Design & Implementation of Analog Circuits "

 

 

Objective


Student will be proficient in Designing, Programming, Implementing, an embedded system and Communication skills


Outcomes

 

  • At the end of first SDP Student will be able to identify and understand the working of electronic components, Solder basic Circuits on PCB, and implement DC Power Supply on PCB

 

  • At the end of second SDP Student will be able to use the knowledge of IC's like 555 Timers, Multiplexers, Op-amps to implement a mini-project based on minimum one IC on PCB and package the system

 

  • At the end of third SDP Student will be able to use the knowledge of Embedded C programming, usage of Proteus to simulate and implement a system based on micro-controller (8 bit/16 bit)

 

  • At the end of fourth SDP Student will able to write a project report and technical paper efficiently using LaTex /LibreOffice.

 

  • At the end of the Fifth SDP Student will be proficient in C- Language Programming

 

  • At the end of Sixth SDP Student will be proficient in Communication Skills, Logical Reasoning Skills, and Interview Skills

 

 

Modules (Semester Wise)

 


Hardware Components are provided by the Department


First SDP (During 3rd semester/3 months/2 theory sessions-10 lab sessions)

 

  • Review of Electrical Network Elements, DC and AC Circuits-Transformers, Rectifiers
  • Basic Semiconductor Devices and Circuits -Diodes, Transistors
  • Usage of data-sheets (PN junction, BJT)
  • Basics of Soldering, and PCB
  • Implementing basic circuits on PCB- RC Coupled Amplifier
  • Understanding the design of 5v, 1A DC power supply
  • Implementation of 5v, 1A DC power supply on PCB (Faculty: SM, VPS, SKH, MSS)

 

 

Second SDP (During 4th semester/3 months/2 theory sessions-10 lab sessions)

 

  • Understanding of 555 Timer based circuits
  • Number Systems & Combinational Network Design
  • Designing with Mux, Demux, Decoders, Encoders
  • Design of Sequential Systems -  Registers and Counters
  • Implementation of at least 4 circuits based on 555 timer on PCB and package the system
  • Understanding the applications based on Op-Amps (Faculty: SM, VPS, SKH, MSS)
  • Effective Communication Skills (NPTEL Syllabus, IIT Kanpur)

 

 

Third SDP (During 5th semester/3 months/2 theory sessions-10 lab sessions)

 

  • Review of Embedded C Programming skills
  • Usage of industry standard IDE’s, Proteus Simulation Tool
  • Programming of 8bit /16 bit microcontroller using C
  • Implementation of system  based on microcontroller on PCB and package the system

 

Description:


Second SDP:

 

  • Build an astable and monostable multivibrator using 555 timer.
  • Implement flashing lights/dancing lights using 555 timer.
  • Design and implement water level indicator using 555 timer.
  • Implement electronic code lock using D flip-flop.
  • Remote control of a Home appliances using 555 timers.
  • Implementation of Touch sensor based appliance control using 555 timer.
  • Clap switch using 555 timer.
  • Rain sensor based automating wiper for vehicles using 555 timer.

 

Ideas Club

 

To nurture the technical skill, soft skills, leadership skills, the department has established “IDEAS CLUB” - a student driven forum, wherein the students will discuss/brainstorm the innovative ideas, technical related issues and their solutions. This forum is completely managed by the department students.

 

 

 

 

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Date
Event
August
Beginning of classes for Odd semester
December
End of classes for Odd semester
December-January
Practical exams and theory exams for Odd semester
February
Beginning of classes for Even semester
June
End of classes for Even semester
June-July
Practical exams and theory exams for Even semester
  • General holidays and public holidays are observed as per VTU calendar
  • VTU academic calendar is followed for classes and examinations

 

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LAB INFORMATION

The ECE Department has Eight Laboratories

  • Analog Communication / Advanced Communication Lab
  • Digital Signal Processing / Microcontroller Lab
  • Analog Electronic Circuits / Power Electronics Lab
  • VLSI Lab
  • Logic Design / HDL Lab
  • Advanced Microprocessor Lab
  • Research Lab
  • PG Class Room / Lab


All the laboratories are well equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and latest versions of software tools like MATLAB, LabVIEW, Cadence tools for VLSI Design and Microcontroller kits from Cyprees, Renessas and Dallas Semiconductors. The laboratories are spacious and sufficiently equipped for conducting practical courses and each student is provided with a dedicated system for µC/µP/HDL/DSP programming sessions.


    • Analog Communication / Advanced Communication Lab


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    Area of the Lab  :   175.66 Sq mt

     

      • Digital Signal Processing / Microcontroller Lab

       

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      Area of the Lab        :   87.78 Sq mt.

       

        • Analog Electronic Circuits / Power Electronics Lab

         

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        Area of the Lab        :   175.66 Sq mt.

         

          • VLSI Lab

           

           

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          Area of the Lab        :   104.73 Sq mt.

           

            • Logic Design / HDL Lab

             

             

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            Area of the Lab        :   87.78 Sq mt.

              • Advanced Microprocessor Lab

               

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              Area of the Lab        :   104.73 Sq mt.

               

                • PG Class room / Lab

                 

                 

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                Area of the Lab        :   104.73 Sq mt.

                 

                • Software Details

                 

                 

COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABUS

Detailed course and curriculum outline can be found
COURSE
SchemeSyllabus
NON-CBCS SCHEME - UG
B.E Common to all I Sem/ II SemScheme Syllabus
B.E - Electronics and Communication Engineering. Scheme Syllabus
CBCS SCHEME - UG
3rd Sem Scheme Syllabus
5th Sem Scheme Syllabus
CBCS SCHEME - PG
M.Tech - Electronics Engineering. Scheme Syllabus

COURSE TIME TABLE

Time Table Download
2017-2018 Time table(2010 Scheme) Download Time Table
2017-2018 Time table (Regular/CBCS) Download Time Table

LABORATORY MANUALS

Semester Practical Title Download
III AEC Lab Download Manual
DE Lab Download Manual
IV Microprocessor Lab Download Manual
LIC and Communication Lab Download Manual
V DSP Lab Download Manual
HDL Lab Download Manual
VI Microprocessor Lab Download Manual
Advanced Communication Lab Download Manual
VII VLSI MANUAL_2017-18 Download Manual
PE Lab Download Manual

ACHIEVEMENTS

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AICTE

 

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Student

 

List of the students who have won prizes at Workshop/Conference/Project Exhibition/Competition/ Technical Symposium during 2015/16 & 2016/2017

 

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Achievements in Sports and Cultural Activities

 

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PROFESSIONAL BODIES

Professional bodies are the group of professionals who interact with each other and exchanges ideas, thinks of new technologies and ideas.


Becoming a member of a professional association is a career choice. It is part of what being a professional is all about. Being a professional is important to most who have chosen to become professionals. This professional identity begins with joining a professional association.


Becoming a member of a professional association is also more than just belonging—it is not only about what you can get from your association but also what you can give back to the profession. The following are the details of the faculty members in association with different professional bodies.

 

LIST OF ISTE / IEI MEMBERS

 

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PROCTORIAL SYSTEM

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FACULTY PROFILES


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