M.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering

M.Tech. (ECE) with Specialization in Intelligent Communication Systems The Department of Electronics Engineering was established under the School of Engineering and Technology in the Academic Year 2010-11 during XI Plan. The prime aim of the Department is to impart quality and a conducive environment for doing research and development in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering as well as in Emerging Technologies to meet the increasing demand for highly qualified technical personnel. Electronics and Communication Engineering is one of the largest and fastest-growing fields of Engineering. This field is the resultant of the pragmatic application of Science and Mathematical concepts to practical problems in the area of  Wireless Communication Systems. Further, this branch of Engineering deals with the analysis, design and development of devices and sub-systems for the establishment of effective and efficient Communication Systems. Besides Doctor of Philosophy, the Department offers postgraduate, full-time two years program leading to the degree of M.Tech. (ECE) with a Specialization in Intelligent Communication Systems. The curriculum structure of M.Tech. (ECE) with Specialization in Intelligent Communication Systems program for  specialization is framed such that it consists of i. Hard Core courses (Compulsory) ii. Soft Core courses (Electives) iii. Laboratory iv. Online course v. Internship vi. Skill-Based Training vii. Project work both hard-core and soft-core courses consist of lecture delivery and tutorials conducted by the respective faculty member. The instructional activities that are a part of the syllabus as the fifth unit in all courses are done by students themselves in the form of submission of assignments, taking seminars, development of prototype systems and performing the simulation task under the mentor-ship of corresponding faculty in-charge. The minimum number of credits to be acquired for successful completion of the program is 84 credits. M.Tech. (ECE) with Specialization in Intelligent Communication Systems (Duration: 2 years – Full Time) Eligibility: Candidates who are holding any one of the following degrees alone shall be considered for this M.Tech Programme: B.E. / B.Tech. with at least 55% marks (or) equivalent in Electronics & Communication Engineering/ Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering / Electronics Engineering/ Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering/ Instrumentation & Control Engineering/Information Technology/Computer Science & Engineering/Robotics Engineering/Robotics & Automation/ Biomedical Engineering/Mechatronics. A valid GATE qualified candidate will be given preference. Ph.D. (Electronics and Communication Engineering) (Full Time / Part Time) Eligibility: Candidates who are holding any one of the following degrees alone shall be considered for this Ph.D. Program: M.E / M.Tech in Electronics/ Electronics and Communication Engineering/Communication Systems/VLSI Design with a minimum of 55% of marks.

Focus Areas


of the program

Semiconductor Devices

"Electronic devices are systems for controlling the flow of electrical currents for the purpose of information processing and system control. Prominent examples include transistors and diodes. Electronic devices are usually small and can be grouped together into packages called integrated circuits. This miniaturization is central to the modern electronics boom."

Digital Signal and Image Processing

Digital signal processing is the process of analyzing and modifying a signal to optimize or improve its efficiency/performance. It involves applying various mathematical and computational algorithms to analog and digital signals to produce a signal that's of higher quality than the original signal.

Communication Systems

Communication system describes the information exchange between two points. The process of transmission and reception of information is called communication. The major elements of communication are the Transmitter of information, Channel or medium of communication and the Receiver of information. To transmit signals in communication system, it must be first processed by several stages, beginning from signal representation, to signal shaping until encoding and modulation. After preparing the transmitted signal, it passed to the transmission line of channel

Integrated Technology

Technological developments determine the possibilities, but our needs determine which technology will actually break through and remain a facet of our life. The integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals) and computers, as well as necessary enterprise software, middleware, storage, and audio-visual systems enable users to access, store, transmit, and manipulate information

Who can prefer this Course


Candidates who are holding any one of the following degrees alone shall be considered for this M.Tech Programme: B.E / B.Tech in Electronics/ Electronics and Communication Engineering/ Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering/ Information Technology with a minimum of 55% of marks.
M.Tech. Programmes: Selection of students is based on the CUET - PG examinations. The entrance examination would contain Multiple Choice Questions from Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics and Electronics & Communication Engineering/ Information Technology subjects at the Under Graduate level

Current Curriculum

Year of Revision : 2021
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Previous Curriculum

Year of Revision : 2018
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