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   Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

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VISION
To become a centre of excellence for providing education, training and research in the field of Electronics, Communication and its allied areas.
MISSION
To produce potential, innovative and employable graduate engineers in the area of Electronics, Communication and its allied application with ethical values and commitment for continuous learning.

Program Educational Objectives

The Educational Objectives of the Electronics and Communication Engineering Program represent major accomplishment that we expect our graduates to have achieved three to five years after graduation. More specifically our graduates are expected,

I. To excel in career using knowledge of Electronics, Communication Engineering and its allied areas.

II. To analyze, design, experiment, simulate and evaluate system performance in Electronics, Communication Engineering and its applications with managerial skill.

III.To develop students having ethical standards, professionalism viz. effective communication skills, team work, multi disciplinary projects with social responsibility.

IV. To provide learning environment for career objectives and Industrial needs with lifelong learning.

Program Outcomes

The graduate in the Electronics and Communication Engineering Program should attain the following outcomes:

a. An ability to apply the knowledge of science, mathematics and engineering fundamentals in problem solving.
b. An ability to design, conduct experiments, analyze and evaluate system performance.
c. An ability to meet the specifications /desired needs within realistic constraints in the multidisciplinary environment.
d. An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems innovatively.
e. An ability to understand the professional and ethical responsibility.
f. An Ability to communicate effectively.
g. An Ability to function as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams.
h. An ability to engage in advanced learning and adopt in evolving technologies.

Mapping of Program Educational Objectives (PEO) with Program Outcomes (PO)

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The department has well equipped laboratories like Electronics lab, Communication Engg. Lab, Digital and Instrumentation lab, Microprocessor lab, Microwave Communication lab, Signal Processing lab and VLSI & Network Lab. Students are given practical training in these labs to understand the operation and behavior of electronic components and systems. Besides laboratory practices, students are trained in industries during summer vacation to have on job experience and know latest trend in the emerging fields. Students of this department go for industrial visits throughout the country.


TOP FIVE STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION

DEGREE / BATCH: B.E /2005 - 2009
Sl. No.
Roll No.
Reg. No.
Name
Cumulative Percentage
1.
053016
90405106074
NIVETHITHA S
86.25
2.
053004
90405106096
SHOLAI RASU S K
85.6
3.
053002
90405106027
CHITRA S
85.52
4.
053025
90405106115
VIGNESHBABU S M
85
5.
053021
90405106031
DHIVYA MAI A R
84.76

DEGREE / BATCH: B.E /2006 - 2010
Sl. No.
Roll No.
Reg. No.
Name
Cumulative  Percentage
1.
063001
90406106035
JEYASRI L D
86.22
2.
063029
90406106060
POOVIZHIAVUDAINACHIAR A
84.44
3.
063038
90406106077
RUBY GRACE POORNIMA K
84.12
4.
063007
90406106037
KALAIMATHI S
83.44
5.
063119
90406106015
BALAJI M K
83.39

DEGREE / BATCH: B.E /2007 – 2011
Sl. No.
Roll No.
Reg. No.
Name
CGPA (Up To 6th Sem)
1.
073027
90407133058
MONISHAAH A M
87.15
2.
073009
90407133022
DHIVYA SHREE K G
85.38
3.
073119
90407133020
CHITTHARAH B
85.25
4.
073032
90407133048
MAHENDRA KUMAR S S
84.53
5.
073014
90407133054
MARIA DOROTHY J
84.43

DEGREE / BATCH: B.E /2008 – 2012
Sl. No.
Roll No.
Reg. No.
Name
CGPA (Up To 4th Sem)
Cumulative Percentage
1.
083005
90408133093
SAKTHI PRIYA K S
9.54
2.
083036
90408133053
KARTHIKEYAN S
9.31
3.
083011
90408133007
AKMALUDEEN N
9.26
4.
083034
90408133078
PREETHA SENDHURI C D
9.26
5.
083019
90408133032
DHOORVA SHALINI N
9.14
6.
083028
90408133113
VIDYA E
9.14
7.
083119
90408133006
AISWARYAA R E
9.14
8.
083307
90408133069
NITHYA G
9.14

DEGREE / BATCH: B.E /2009 – 2013
Sl. No.
Roll No.
Reg. No.
Name
CGPA (Up To 2nd Sem)
1.
093020
90409133010
ARAVINDKUMAR M
9.35
2.
093032
90409133116
VISWA RUBINI B J
9.35
3.
093018
90409133012
ASWINI T R
9.29
4.
093021
90409133057
NITHYA SHAMLI T S
9.29
5.
093005
90409133032
FRANCIS CAROLINE NISHA A
9.18
ASSESSMENT

The students are given an ample number of assignments and their assessment reflects their interest of study. The evaluation is conducted by the Anna University through conducting practical tests and written examinations for every semester. The department maintains a good record of assessment results.

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