Department of Electronics

Objectives of the Course :

Electronics has made everyday life simpler and it has become a part of daily life. Therefore learning of electronics has become quite essential.

To understand the basic principles in electronics.
To apply concepts of electronics to develop a creative mind capable of innovations.
To logically arrive at inferences based on experimental observations.
To pave the way for higher studies in Applied Science.
To provide entry-level knowledge and skills for a wide range of occupations in the field of Electronics.
Students who have taken PCMB/PCME/PCMCs are eligible for joining the courses PME and MEC. Syllabus includes from Basic Electronics in 1 Semester to Advanced topics like Microprocessors and Microcontrollers and Data Communication in the last Semesters so that students are in touch with the developments in the subject which will help them in better placements.

SEMESTER I: ELECTRONICS FUNDAMENTALS
SEMESTER II: TRANSISTOR APPLICATIONS & POWER DEVICES
SEMESTER III: ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
SEMESTER IV: DIGITAL ELECTRONICS & VERILOG
SEMESTER V: PAPER 5: COMMUNICATION
SEMESTER V: PAPER 6: MICROPROCESSOR AND 8051 MICROCONTROLLER
SEMESTER VI: PAPER 7: ADVANCED COMMUNICATION
SEMESTER VI: PAPER 8: ELECTIVE 1: EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN

ELECTIVE 2: MEDICAL ELECTRONICS
Embedded system design and Medical Electronics are introduced as Elective Subject Papers within the BSc Electronics Course to provide an excellent education incorporating industry relevant skills
Staff details :

Name Designation Qualification
Mrs. Ranjini Devi
Associate Professor, HOD
M.Sc., M.Phil View Profile
Mrs. Mary cordella D'Cruz
Associate Professor
M.Sc., M.Phil, Cambridge international diploma for teachers and trainers, UK View Profile
Mr. Hemanth D N
Lecturer
M.Sc , B.Ed View Profile
Mrs. Pratima Bhat
Lecturer
M Sc., M Phil., NET Qualified View Profile

Courses offered :

B.Sc - (Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science)
B.Sc - (Physics, Mathematics, Electronics)

Short term courses offered :

Yoga
Basic Computer Science and C-Programming