Bachelor of Engineering – Electronics and Communication Course Details

BE (Electronics and Communication) Course

Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication commonly known as BE in Electronic and Communication is an undergraduate programme in Electronics and communication. This course is the utilization of science and maths applied to practical problems in the field of communications.  The duration of this course is 4 years and in first year applicants will study about basic engineering techniques such as engineering physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering drawing to name few and from second year applicants will learn electronic and communication subjects at core level like fundamentals of communication engineering, applied electromagnetic theory, electronic circuits, digital electronics and logic design, power electronics, signals and systems, VLSI, , integrated circuits, control systems and computer architecture etc. A B.E degree in electronics will help the Candidates to develop one’s own enterprise in manufacturing, assembling or repairing electronic parts, components and goods. After completion of this course applicants shall get employment in various areas such as IT industry, Mobile Communication, Entertainment industry, Indian Railways, Steel Industry and in Civil Aviation Department.

BE (Electronics and Communication) Course Summary
Course Name Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication
Commonly known as BE in Electronics & Engineering
Course Time Full Time
Duration 4 years
Stream Electronics and Communication Engineering

BE (Electronics and Communication) Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who assure the following conditions can apply for this programme:

  • Candidates must have passed in Higher Secondary Certificate Examination with PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) as their compulsory subjects to apply for this course.
  • Candidates should score a minimum of 45% or more (Varies from institute to institute) aggregate marks in their HSC or its equivalent examination from a recognized University/ Board to be eligible for this programme.
  • Candidates must also have appeared for the entrance exam such as AIEEE, BITSAT or its equivalent state level exam to be eligible.

BE (Electronics and Communication) Course Syllabus

Chemistry I

  • Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Dynamics of Chemical Processes
  • Electronics
  • Water
  • Polymers

Engineering Mechanics

  • Basics
  • Statics of Particles
  • Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
  • Properties of Surfaces and Solids
  • Friction
  • Dynamics of Particles
  • Elements of Rigid Body Dynamics

Mathematics I

  • Matrices
  • Three Dimensional Analytical Geometry
  • Functions of Several Variables
  • Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Tutorial

Physics I

  • Properties of Matter
  • Acoustics
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Optics
  • Laser and Fibre Optics

Chemistry Lab

Computer Practice I

  • Fundamentals of Computers and Operating Systems
  • Office Automation
  • Practical

Workshop Practice

  • Sheet Metal
  • Welding
  • Fitting
  • Carpentry
  • Foundry
  • Smithy

Physics Lab (Practical)

Electronic Devices

  • Electro Dynamics
  • Transport Phenomenon in Semiconductor
  • PN Junction
  • Metal Semiconductor Structure
  • Special Semiconductor Devices and Device Technology

Circuit Theory

  • Basics of Circuit Analysis
  • Network Theorems
  • Resonance and Coupled Circuits
  • Transients
  • Duality and Topology
  • Tutorial

Mathematics II

  • Multiple Integrals
  • Vector Calculus
  • Analytic Functions
  • Complex Integration
  • Statistics

Material Science

  • Crystal Physics
  • Conducting Materials
  • Semiconducting Materials
  • Magnetic and Dielectric Materials
  • Optical Materials

Electric Circuit Lab

Engineering Graphics

  • Principles of Graphics
  • Orthographic Projections
  • Pictorial Projections
  • Computer Graphics

Computer Practice II

  • Multiuser Operating System
  • Fundamentals of Networking
  • High Level Language Programming
  • Tutorial

Network Analysis and Synthesis

  • Analysis of Networks in ‘S’ Domain
  • Methods for Computer Aided Network Analysis
  • Elements of Network Synthesis
  • Passive Filter Design
  • Active Filter Design

Signals and Systems

  • Classification of Signals and Systems
  • Analysis of C.T. Signals
  • LTI-CT Systems
  • Analysis of D.T. Signals
  • LTI-DT Systems

Electromagnetic Fields

  • Static Electromagnetic Fields
  • Static Magnetic Field
  • Electric Field in Dielectrics
  • Magnetic Field in Ferromagnetic Materials
  • Time Varying Electric and Magnetic Fields
  • Tutorial

Electronic Circuits I

  • Basic Stability and Device Stabilization
  • Small Signal Low Frequency Analysis and Design
  • Large Signal Amplifiers
  • Frequency Response of Amplifiers and Analysis Using Spice
  • Rectifiers and Power Supplies
  • Tutorial

Electrical Engineering

  • Circuits and Transformers
  • DC Motors
  • Induction Motors
  • Synchronous and Special Machines
  • Transmission and Distribution

Mathematics III

Partial Differential Equations

Fourier series

Boundary Value Problems

Laplace Transforms

Fourier Transforms

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

Electrical Engineering Lab

Electronic Circuits II

  • Feedback Amplifiers
  • Oscillators
  • Tuned Amplifiers
  • Multi-vibrator Circuits
  • Block Oscillators and Time base Generators
  • Tutorial

Digital Electronics

  • Basic Concepts and Boolean Algebra
  • Logic Gates
  • Combinational Circuits
  • Sequential Circuits
  • Fundamental Mode Sequential Circuits

Programming and Data Structures

  • Programming Concepts
  • Algorithms
  • Pascal / C
  • Data Structure
  • Advanced Topics on Data Structure
  • Tutorial

Linear Integrated Circuits

  • Circuit Configuration for Linear ICS
  • Applications of Operational Amplifiers
  • Analogue Multiplier and PLL
  • Analogue to Digital and Digital to Analogue Convertors
  • Special Function ICS

Measurements and Instrumentation

  • Transducers
  • Signal Generator and Signal Analyzers
  • Digital Instruments
  • Data Display and Recording System
  • Computer Controlled Test System

Random Processes

  • Probability and Random Variables
  • Two-Dimensional Random Variables
  • Random Processes
  • Correlation Function
  • Spectral Densities
  • Tutorial

Computer Programming Lab

  • Design and Development of C and Pascal Programs Using the Following Concepts

Electronic Circuit Design Lab

BE (Electronics and Communication) Job Types

  • Electronics Hardware Development Engineer
  • Electronics Technician
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineer
  • Production Manager – Electronics
  • Business Development Manager Mechanical/Electronics
  • Assistant Manager/Manager Electrical & Electronics
  • Product Line Engineers (Mechanical & Electronics)
  • Production Quality Manager – Electronics Product
  • Programmer Analyst – Electronics
  • Technical Documentation Writer – Electronics Product/Projects


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