Department Profile

ECE Department
Dr. G. Karthick, M.E, Ph.D,
Associate Professor & HOD

I am delighted to welcome you to the Department of Electronics and Communication Department.

The Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering was established in the academic year 1997, with an annual intake of 60. The intake was enhanced to 90 from the academic year 2000 and later 120 from the academic year 2002, and enhanced to 180 from Academic Year 2012. Eighteen batches of B.Tech. students have graduated so far and they are well placed. The department offers M.Tech. Programme in one specialization namely, VLSI Design with an intake of 18 for each specialization.

The Department has highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty and has well-sophisticated equipment for conducting experiments in Electronics & Communication areas. The department has bagged University Gold Medal in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering stream for the academic year 2005-06. To interact and share the challenges and emerging trends in the field of signal processing, VLSI design, and embedded systems, the department possesses DSP kits, embedded processor kits, VLSI front end and back end tools along with FPGA/CPLD Kits, and with latest PC configuration. Also, the microprocessor lab is well equipped with microprocessor and microcontroller kits with MASM software. The Department has well equipped and updated laboratories where students can conduct experiments on subjects starting from “Electronic Devices and circuits” to “Microwave and optical communication engineering” and also in Microprocessor & Microcontrollers lab, VLSI and ECAD Lab, Digital systems lab and Embedded systems Labs. The department periodically organizes seminars, symposia, workshops and guest lectures for the benefit of both the students and the faculty. The department provides opportunities to the students to expose themselves to eminent lectures on emerging areas by arranging Extension lectures by experts in the field dawn from highly reputed National Higher Education Institutes and industries. The department helps the faculty members to improve their teaching skills and enhance their knowledge by conducting Faculty Development programmes. The mission of the department is “To impart Quality Education in Electronics and Communication Engineering”.

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Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

Mobile: 9493142141


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