Admissions are open for BE Undergraduate Courses for the Academic Year 2024-25 Click here for details CET Code: Aided - E041, Unaided - E059, COMED-K Code: E056

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

About Department

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering was established in 1967 & is the pride of Karnataka. With an initial intake of 30 students the department has grown steadily and the present intake is 120 students for the UG programme. The graduates from this Department are playing a vital role in the IT revolution and are instrumental in placing Karnataka on the Global IT Landscape. These professionals have found placement in major industries and multinational corporations Many of them are successful entrepreneurs.

The department also offers Post Graduate programs in ‘Communication Systems’ with an intake of 18. Active engagement of faculty in research has led to recognition of department as a Research center by the VTU.

The faculty strength of the department is 33, including 4 Professors, 4 Associate Professors, 20 Assistant Professors. The faculty always strives for imparting better knowledge to the students and works as a team in all departmental activities.

Students graduated from the department are well placed in India and abroad. Quite a few of them have pursued higher studies both in India and abroad. Some of them have qualified for Indian Engineering and Defense Services. Students of the department have bagged university ranks including the First rank on several occasions. The department has state-of-the-art laboratories in the areas of Communication, DSP, Microwave, Microcontroller, Embedded system, VLSI design etc.


To be a premier department in  Electronics and Communication Engineering field by providing quality education through teaching, learning, research and innovations to serve the industry and society.

  • Develop an environment for better teaching and learning in collaboration with industry,  premier institutes and alumni.
  • Produce competent engineers to meet the requirements of the industry and the society.
  • Encourage students to pursue higher education, research work and to take up administrative responsibilities through leadership.