To prepare the students for global competence, with core knowledge in Electronics and Communication Engineering having focus on research to meet the needs of industry and society.
- To provide in-depth knowledge of Electronics and Communication Engineering, ensuring the effective teaching learning process.
- To train students to take-up innovative projects in group with emerging technology relevant to the industry and social needs.
- To imbibe professional ethics, research culture and development of skills.
Program Specific Outcomes
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
- PSO1: Promote Electronics and Communication engineering in meeting technical, environmental and societal challenges.
- PSO2: Integrate design and development of electronic systems and circuits using current practices and standards.
- PSO3: Apply knowledge of Electronics and Communication Engineering in building projects, developing good communication skills, incorporating ethical behavior for project management, with financial prudence.
Program Education Objectives
- PEO1: have Core knowledge of Electronics and Communication Engineering due to strong TLP (teaching learning process) with readiness to apply the state-of-art technology.
- PEO2: engage in team work with technical knowledge and effective communication skills to address the practical issues in industry and society.
- PEO3: be technologists who can analyze and design innovative projects through research and emerging technology.
- PEO4: Professionals, with capabilities for pursuing higher studies in technical/managerial courses.
From the HOD's Desk:
I am pleased to welcome you to DSCE’s Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering. We are widely recognized for the practical and applied nature of our course, which prepare graduates with important skills through exposure to industry and business, and our research, which focuses on solving real problems. This combination enables our graduates to be effective in the workplace immediately upon graduation.
Dr. T. C. Manjunath
Professor & HOD,
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering.