ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION
India is emerging as a world class VLSI/Embedded systems & Telecom hub. Electronics and Communication engineers of a high caliber. Students with added specialization can get jobs in government organizations like MTNL, BSNL, Civil Aviation, NPL, AIR, Posts and Telegraph Department, Railways, Bharat Electronics Limited and DRDO, among many others. There are many private companies in India which offer excellent career opportunities for graduates from B.Tech in Electronics and Communications. Communication, media and entertainment industry is the biggest employer for electronics and communication engineers. In India, the media industry and communication sector hasgrown rapidly after privatization and there are many private firms including some multi national giants like Vodafone, Airtel, Sony Ericsson, Idea Cellular N/W, Star network etc who provide good career opportunities for electronics and communication engineering graduates.
Employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to grow by 4 percent between now and 2022, because of these professionals’ “versatility in developing and applying emerging technologies,” the BLS says.
The applications for these emerging technologies include studying red electrical flashes, called sprites, which hover above some thunderstorms. Victor Pasko, an electrical engineer at Penn State, and his colleagues have developed a model for how the strange lightning evolves and disappears.
Another electrical engineer, Andrea Alù, of the University of Texas at Austin, is studying sound waves and has developed a one-way sound machine. “I can listen to you, but you cannot detect me back; you cannot hear my presence,” Alù told Live Science in a 2014 article.
And Michel Maharbiz, an electrical engineer at the University of California, Berkeley, is exploring ways to communicate with the brain wirelessly.
The BLS states, “The rapid pace of technological innovation and development will likely drive demand for electrical and electronics engineers in research and development, an area in which engineering expertise will be needed to develop distribution systems related to new technologies.”
Department has state of an art laboratories including Communication Lab. Antenna and microwave Lab, VLSI Lab, Microelectronics Lab, Basic electrical engineering Lab equipped with hardware and software meeting the latest curriculum of MDU Rohtak. Modern devices and gadgets including spectrum analyzers, DSOs LAN Trainers make the institute a primer in the vicinity of North India. We also have a separate computer centre and VLSI lab equipped with over 30 computers having latest configurations. Software tools including Mat lab, VLSI Lab, Micro processor lab, Embedded labs, robotics labs etc support the labs in simulation and layout design of hardware.
The department has its innovations and quality procedures such as:
- Regular updates of lab experiments.
- Improvement in Leaching methodology using various A/V aids including LCD Multimedia display, OHP, Digital note Pad etc.
- Learning material development including lab manuals and lecture notes
- Faculty and staff training.
- Embedded Programming workshop
- Robotics Workshop
- Communication Labs
- Professional societies
- Involvement of students in department-development activities,
Industrial and experts regular visit, Lectures from eminent guest faculties etc. is an integral part of the institution.