Electronics is fundamental to many of the things we take for granted today. Everything from mobile phones to aircraft and medical equipment relies on electronics, and it is difficult to think of any area of life that has not been affected by developments in electronic Technology, and particularly electronics & telecom sector, is developing at a more rapid pace than ever before. This makes the job of the Electronics Engineer both exciting and challenging, but it also means that there are great rewards for engineers, both in terms of remuneration and job satisfaction. The laboratories are adequately equipped with state-of-the-art facilities.
Electronics Engineers Design, develop and test electronic systems, devices and equipment. Examples of these systems include computer components, GPS systems, communication systems, antennas, satellite transponders, electronics guidance system for aircrafts, electronic control for missiles, signal processing based biomedical instruments, entertainment electronics and home applications , VLSI and ULSI chips and many more. There are several specializations within Electronics Engineering that include Automatic Controls, Digital Systems (Computer Systems), Electromagnetics, Electronics, Semiconductor Devices, Communication and Signal Processing. The department has laboratories catering to all the subjects of studies. Faculty members of the department are working in different specializations.