About the Department

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) was established in the year 2011 with the sanctioned intake of 120 students to facilitate the evolution of problem solving skills along with the knowledge application in the field of Electronics and Communication, understanding industrial and global requirements for the benefit of the society.

The Department was certified with ISO 9001:2015. The Department has the state –of-the-art facilities for various laboratories, a well-equipped seminar hall, Wi-Fi enabled class rooms to support e-learning with Projectors and a department Library. The Department is currently in the process of National Board of Accreditation(NBA) and National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).

Though the main focus is on academic excellence of students, faculty members motivate the students to participate in technical activities for enhancing their fundamental technical knowledge. Students are also encouraged to participate in various inter-disciplinary and industry sponsored contests as well as cultural events in and outside the college. Our students make best use of these opportunities and bring laurels to the Department.

Regular training programs are conducted to enhance the employability of our students. The training programs focus on enhancing their soft skills and programming ability. In addition to the co-curriculum activities, a wide range of value added courses are also available in order to improve and refine the overall potential of the students.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is associated with Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), IEEE- Women in Engineering (WIE), Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE).

We have a strong Alumni team who are placed in well reputed MNCs’ across the globe from Coding mart, Amazon, etc. Despite their busy schedule, they make themselves available on the campus to help the students during the placement training process by conducting mock interviews, group discussions, guest lectures, and motivational talks.

Programmes offered by the Department

B.E (Electronics and Communication Engineering) – Intake of 120 Students.

 

Teaching and Learning Enhancement

As a part of our regular e-Learning Initiative that aims at effective use of current technology to enhance the teaching-learning process and to make it learner driven the department maintains individual course pages which hosts the Syllabus, Lesson Plan, Lecture Notes and other reading materials to conduct Value added courses like Robotics training, PCB Design, Robotics and Embedded System Interfacing with ARDUINO, Matlab and Antenna Design.

Periodic guest lectures, Industrial Visits and workshops are organized for the benefit of students to supplement their curriculum. This facilitates our students to enrich their knowledge and to update the current industry trends.

Placement training plays a major role in shaping up the career goals of students. It is the dream of every engineering student to get placed in a top organization visiting their campus for recruitment. Keeping this key aspect into consideration, we realized that training is important for engineering students to enhance their employability skills and achieve good placement in various Industries by Creating awareness about “career planning” and “career mapping”, training the students on “Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and Verbal reasoning” “Personality development”, “Life skills” etc.

Research Activities

Five Faculties are pursuing Ph.D as of now, Three faculties in Anna University and two faculties in Sathyabama University under the domain of Antenna Design, Transmission lines and Image Processing.

Focussing on Research, Faculties & Students are encouraged in doing research projects to publish patents and papers in reputed journals indexed in Web of science and Scopus. Submitted a research project and received “Most Promising Innovator – 8th INDIA INNOVATION INITIATIVE 2016” award from AICTE.

Jeppiaar Institute of Technology is one of the member institution taking part in  Indo-Israel Nano satellite Programme from Jan 2019  to develop and launch Student Nano Satellite at 2022 and as a part of it the Nano satellite team have launched our own CANSAT on Feb 8, 2020. 

Industry Interaction

18 MOU’s have been signed till now. MOU’s Signed with Comstar India Pvt Ltd to bridge the gap in technological advancements and also to support Research obligations and with Automation Anywhere – Robotics Process Automation (RPA) to bridge the gap in technological advancements and to train the students in the field of robotics. Others MOU’s signed with TMISAT & ITCA (Indian Technology Congress Association) for developing and launching Nano satellite students project and with Indian Institute of HAMS to start HAM club and conduct satellite programs, Open Cosmos Pvt Ltd- to collaborate on the students satellite program. Also we signed MOU with Committee for Space Programme Development, Republic of Serbia for, the exchange of Scientific Research Collaboration, Exploration of Teaching Collaboration, Sharing of joint research, Exchange of acadamics, Research and joint organisational events. MOU’s signed with Internshala for Internship Partner, School of Design Thinking for nurturing the design minds, Infosys Campus Connect for campus connect program, MyWays for Internship Partner, Amcat for Assessment Partner, Expanion for Product based Training, Six Phrase for Aptitude Training, GUVI for Technical training Partner, FACE for Training Partner, Techgig for Coding Platform, Visteon for Research and Development, Cipet for short term skills to train and develop students to attain skills expected by the corporate.

Institution and Department Level Excellence

    • To obtain the accreditation for the department
    • To obtain high ranking in the surveys

Academic Excellence

    • To improve pass percentage of the students by a targeted percentage points from the previous year.
    • To improve the percentage of first class and distinction by a targeted percentage from the previous year.
    • To mentor students to obtain a targeted number of university ranks within the first 30 ranks in each year.
    • To ensure higher participation of students in the class room by enhancing the quality of teaching learning process, targeting the attendance level at 85%

Students Professional Activities

    • To encourage and support a targeted percentage of students to present/publish papers in reputed conferences and Journals.
    • To facilitate a practical orientation to students through industrial visit and Guest Lectures targeting at 2 each year.
    • To enter into MOU with one leading organization to jointly conduct activities for the benefit of both students and faculty.

Students Career Planning

    • To provide necessary Training and skill development to students to improve their placement opportunities.
    • To mentor high ranked students to get placed in higher salary paying companies or gain admission in reputed institutions for their higher studies.

Faculty Development

    • To plan the development of faculty members through Faculty Development Programs (FDP) in the academic, new technology and teaching skills related areas.
    • To mentor and support the targeted number of faculty members to register and a targeted number of faculty members to complete Ph.D in the given academic year.

Faculty List

S.No. Name of the Faculty Designation with Years of Experience DOJ Mail id , Intercom
1 Dr.L.M.Merlin Livingston B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor/ 18 Years 01.07.2013 merlinlivingstonlm@jeppiaarinstitute.org / 5002
2 Dr.S.Arul B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor/ 16 Years 02.07.2014 aruls@jeppiaarinstitute.org/ 4044
3 Dr.B.T.Geetha B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor /21 Years 18.06.2019 geethabt@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
4 Dr.R.Uma B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D Professor/14 years 14.6.2019 umar@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
5 Mrs.P.Mahalakshmi B.E.,M.E Associate Professor /16 Years 03.12.2018 mahalakshmip@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
6 Mrs.R.Jhansi Rani B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Associate Professor/16 Years 04.12.2019 jhansirani@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
7 Mrs.B.V.Kavetha B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Associate Professor/16 Years 04.12.2019 bvkaveetha@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
8 Mrs.S.Mary Cynthia B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/12 years 14.6.2019 marycynthias@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
9 Dr.R.Thandaiah Prabu B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D Assistant Professor/9 years 15.07.2017 thandaiahprabu@jeppiaarinstitute.org /4044
10 Ms.A.Parimala B.E.,M.E Assistant Professor/9 years 014.6.2019 aparimala@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
11 Ms.S.Revathy B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/7 Years 29.05.2017 revathys@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
12 Ms.R.Careline B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/7.7 Years 02.07.2012 careliner@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
13 Ms.V.Angayarkanni B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/7.6Years 31.07.2012 angayarkanniv@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
14 Mr.V.Yokesh B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor/6 Years 04.01.2018 yokeshv@jeppiaarinstitute.org /4044
15 Ms.P.Deepika B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/6 Years 01.07.2013 deepikap@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
16 Ms.M.Benisha B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor/6 Years 01.07.2013 benisham@jepiiarinstitute.org/4044
17 Ms.W.Nancy B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor/5 years 02.07.2014 nancyw@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
18 Mr. D.Joshua Jeyasekar B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/3 Years 02.07.2018 Joshua@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4044
19 Ms.R.Deepa B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/3 Years 01.06.2016 rdeepa@jepiaarinstitute.org/4044
20 Mr.M.Siva B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/1.7 year 02.07.2018 sivam@jepiaarinstitute.org/4044

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Academic Year No: of FDPs Details
2019-2020 16 View
2018-2019 11 View
2017-2018 07 View
2016-2017 03 View
2015-2016 Nil Nil
2014-2015 07 View

Laboratory Facilities

The Department is well equipped with 60 diversified  IBM Smart Cloud Thin Client including a dedicated laboratory for the Undergraduate-Graduate students installed with a variety of software catering to the needs of the students and covering the curriculum specified by the affiliated University.

The laboratories include:

• Engineering Practices Lab
• Electronics Lab
• Digital Lab
• Communication Systems Lab
• Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
• Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab
• Digital Signal Processing Lab
• Computer Networks Lab
• VLSI Design Lab
• Optical and Microwave Lab
• Embedded Systems Lab

Seminar Hall

To conduct special seminars covering latest developments and trends in the field of Electronics and Communication, a fully equipped Seminar Hall with seating capacity of 90 is attached with the department.
The equipments cover one Overhead Projector, one LCD projector.

Class Rooms

Each class room is furnished with a Overhead Projector, one LCD projector, and a dedicated Laptop to support the e-Learning process. The class rooms are Wi-Fi enabled class rooms to support the e-Learning Initiative.

S.No Subject Code Lab Name Equipment/Configuration Software
1 EC8261 Circuits And Devices Laboratory VIEW NIL
2 EC8361 Analog And Digital Circuits Laboratory VIEW SPICE software
3 EC8461 Circuits Design And Simulation Laboratory VIEW SPICE Circuit Simulation Software
4 EC8462 Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory VIEW SPICE Circuit Simulation Software
5 EC8562 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory VIEW MATLAB
6 EC8561 Communication Systems Laboratory VIEW MATLAB
7 EC8563 Communication Networks Laboratory VIEW Java & NS 2
8 EC8681 Microprocessor And Microcontroller Laboratory VIEW MASM
9 EC8661 VLSI Design Laboratory VIEW Xilinx ISE & MICROWIND
10 EC8711 Embedded Laboratory VIEW EMBEDDED C
11 EC8761 Advanced Communication Laboratory VIEW MATLAB

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - CONFERENCES

Academic Year No: of Conferences Details
2019-2020 23 View
2018-2019 05 View
2017-2018 12 View
2016-2017 01 View
2015-2016 17 View
2014-2015 15 View

Students News Paper Crafting

Academic Year Name of the Students Year Details
2019-20 Akash M II Year View
2019-20 Baskaran S II Year View
2019-20 Lavanya M II Year View
2019-20 Ramya S II Year View
2019-20 Vaishali P II Year View
2019-20 Benil Richards R III Year A View
2019-20 Haritha R III Year A View
2019-20 India BS III Year A View
2019-20 Pradeep BT III Year A View
2019-20 Yuvaraja K III Year A View

FACULTY ONLINE COURSES

S.NO. ACADEMIC YEAR NO.OF ONLINE COURSES PROOF & DETAILS
1 2019-2020 13 View
2 2018-2019 18 View
3 2017-2018 04 View
4 2016-2017 01 View
5 2015-2016 02 View

STUDENT'S ONLINE COURSES

S.NO. ACADEMIC YEAR NO.OF ONLINE COURSES DETAILS/th>
1 2019-2020 170 View
2 2018-2019 05 View
3 2017-2018 02 View

GUEST LECTURE

Academic Year No. of Guest Lectures Guest Lectures details
2019-2020 05 View
2018-2019 05 View
2017-2018 04 View
2016-2017 04 View
2015-2016 02 View

STUDENTS AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

STUDENT'S INTERNSHIP

Academic Year No. of. Students Details
2019-2020 94 View
2018-2019 92 View
2017-2018 73 View
2016-2017 41 View
2015-2016 32 View

INDUSTRIAL VISIT

Academic Year No. of Industrial Visit Industrial Visit Details
2019-2020 05 View
2018-2019 06 View
2017-2018 04 View
2016-2017 03 View
2015-2016 03 View

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS-JOURNALS

Academic Year No: of Journals Details
2019-2020 12 View
2018-2019 21 View
2017-2018 12 View
2016-2017 10 View
2015-2016 20 View
2014-2015 26 View

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY ACTIVTIES

COURSE OUTCOMES

FACULTY AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

FACULTY BOOK PUBLICATION

STUDENT CO- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

S.No Academic Year Total No Of Event Organized Details
1 2019-2020 20 View
2 2018-2019 11 View
3 2017-2018 15 View
4 2016-2017 15 View
5 2015-2016 08 View

STUDENT EXTRA- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

VALUE ADDED COURSE

STUDENT PLACEMENT AND TRAINING DETAILS

S.No Academic Year No. of Students Placed Placement Details
1 2019-2020 15 View
2 2018-2019 11 View
3 2017-2018 10 View

FACULTY INTERNS / TRAINING ATTENDED

Academic Year No.of Interns/ Trainings Details
2019-2020 07 View
2018-2019 06 View
2017-2018 05 View
2016-2017 04 View
2015-2016 03 View

ANNA UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDER

S.No. Batch Name of the student Photo Rank CGPA
1 2013-2017 Ms.Soundarya.R.P 32nd 8.97
2 2013-2017 Ms.Ananthi Reeta.R 45th 8.84
3 2013-2017 Ms.Rehamed Nisha.B 48th 8.81
4 2012-2016 Ms.Romera Joan.S 18th 9.11
5 2012-2016 Ms.Umayal.A.L 49th 8.8

PROJECT EXPO

S.No Academic Year Details
1 2019-2020 VIEW
VIEW
2 2018-2019 VIEW

FACULTY WORKSHOP

Academic Year No: of Workshops Details
2019-2020 30 View
2018-2019 04 View
2017-2018 11 View
2016-2017 01 View
2015-2016 Nil Nil
2014-2015 04 View

DEPARTMENT VISION

To enhance and impart futuristic and innovative technological education for the excellence of Electronics and Communication Engineering with new ideas and innovation to meet industrial expectation and social needs with ethical and global awareness reinforced by an efficiency through research platform for the advancement of humanity.

DEPARTMENT MISSION

    • To produce competent and high quality professional Engineers in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering for the benefit of the society globally.
    • To provide a conducive infrastructure and environment for faculty and students with enhanced laboratories, to create high quality professionals.
    • To provide Prerequisite Skills in multidisciplinary areas for the needs of Industries, higher education and research establishments and entrepreneurship.
    • To handle Socio Economic Challenges of Society by Imparting Human Values and Ethical Responsibilities.

PEO’s OF THE DEPARTMENT

    • Graduate Engineers will have knowledge and skills required for employment and an advantage platform for lifelong learning process.
    • Graduate Engineers will be provided with futuristic education along with the perspective research and application based on global requirements.
    • Graduate Engineers will have effective communication skills and work in multidisciplinary team.
    • Graduate Engineers will develop entrepreneurship skills and practice the profession with integrity, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

 

    • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, Engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
    • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
    • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
    • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
    • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineeringactivitieswith the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
    • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    • Ability to develop and utilize novel, compact and power efficient coherent theoretical and practical methodologies in the field of analog and digital electronics.
    • Ability to implement analog, digital and hybrid communication Protocol to aspect the challenges in the field of Telecommunication and Networking.

SYMPOSIUM

S.No Academic Year Details
1 2019-2020 View
2 2018-2019 View
3 2017-2018 View
4 2016-2017 View
5 2015-2016 View

STUDENTS PROJECT

S.No Academic Year No: of Projects Details
1 2019-2020 03 View
2 2018-2019 03 View

STUDENT'S PLACEMENT DETAILS

Academic Year No. of Students Placed Placement Details
2019-2020 48 View
2018-2019 22 View
2016-2017 24 View
2015-2016 34 View
2014-2015 19 View
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