About ECE


Electronics & Communication Engineering can be treated as universal branch among all circuit branches. ECE branch is the most sophisticated, ever demanding and fast growing branch in the engineering curriculum. It covers a wide range of applications which makes our life easier, secure and enjoyable such as Mobile, Television, Radio, Computer, Radar, Satellite etc. The course is useful to design and manufacturing of electronic systems and appliances. Electronic engineers are eligible for opportunities in Hardware, Software and Public Sector Units. The engineers are also employable in IC fabrication and Embedded system development industries.

Opportunities

Electronics and communication engineer has plenty of opportunities in wide variety of domains. Few of them are Embedded system, VLSI, Communication (Telecom), Networking( Hardware and software ), PSUs like DRDO, BSNLIndian railways, ISRO, BEL, HAL, AAI, ONGC, SAIL, etc., Mechatronics, Aviation, Artificial Intelligence, Biomedical instrumentation ,and healthcare etc., Robotics, Nanotechnology, Computer Science. Good opportunities for startups and to become an entrepreneur. Also ECE graduates have good higher education and research prospects.

Vision


 Our vision is to impart quality technical education to create knowledgeable technocrats and entrepreneurs with new ideas and innovations to meet industry needs.

Mission


 To develop and deliver quality academic programmes in emerging and innovative field of electronics and communication engineering to empower the students to meet Industry requirements.
 To build student community with high ethical standards and research aptitude and for technical services.
 To centre of excellence by establishing the incubation centres for training the graduates with global competence.

POs, PEOs & PSOs


PO1: Engineering Knowledge:  Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2: 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.
PO3: 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.
PO4: 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.
PO5: 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.
PO6: 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.
PO7: 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.
PO8: Ethics:  Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9: Individual and Team Work:  Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: Communication:  Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with 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.
PO11: 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.
PO12: 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.
PEO1:  To embed a strong foundation in electronics and communication engineering fundamentals to solve, analyze and design real time engineering products.
PEO2:  To develop the ability among students to understand the concept of core electronic engineering courses that will facilitate understanding of new technology.
PEO3:  To give exposures to emerging edge technologies, adequate training and opportunities to work as team on multidisciplinary projects with effective communication skills and leadership qualities.
PEO4:  To develop leadership qualities and ability to work effectively in teams in diverse professions of varied technical/non-technical services.
PSO1: Engineering Knowledge and Analysis:  Analyze basic concepts of electronics and communication in various areas like Signal processing, VLSI, Embedded systems, Communication Systems, Digital & Analog Devices, etc.
PSO2: System Design:  Solve complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems, using modern hardware and software tools, along with analytical skills to arrive cost effective and appropriate solutions.
PSO3: Application of the knowledge on society/environment:  Apply the contextual knowledge of Electronics and Communication Engineering to assess societal, environmental, health, safety, legal and cultural issues with professional ethics and function effectively as an individual or a leader in a team to manage different projects in multidisciplinary environments as the process of life-long learning.

Department Profile


The department ofElectronics & Communication Engineeringwas started in the year 2008 with an intake of 60 students. The intake was increased to 120 in 2009.Post Graduate course in VLSI was sanctioned during the academic year 2012-13 with an intake of 18 seats. Diploma course was sanctioned in the academic year 2013-14 with an intake of 60 seats.

The main asset of the department has dedicated and experienced faculty (33 teaching staff and 4 non-teaching staff). The faculty members are encouraging the student’s in research work most of the faculty members their habit is attending FDPs and Workshops across the country. The success story behind in our department is smart work and hard work faculty.

The main heart of the department has established state of the art laboratories namely circuits laboratory, Communications laboratory, IC applications laboratory, Microwave Engineering laboratory, Processors laboratory, Simulations laboratory. Which are fully equipped with test and measuring equipment and trainer kits specially designed for industrial needs. The department has spent a substantial amount on procuring useful software packages such as XILINX-tool for Verilog and VHDL programming with CPLD and FPGA evaluation hardware, MATLAB, DSK kits, P-SPICE and KIEL software etc. Microwave laboratory is well-equipped with six microwave benches, optical communication trainer kits, Digital & Analog communication trainer kits, Digital storage oscilloscope, Spectrum Analyzer (1GHz) etc.

Courses Offered


SNO COURSE DURATION SPECIALIZATION
1 Diploma 3 years Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering
2 B.Tech 4 years Electronics and Communication Engineering
3 M.Tech 2 years VLSI Design

Faculty


List of Teaching Staff
S.No Name of the Faculty DesignationQualification Profile
1 Dr. V Gajendra Kumar ProfessorPh.D
2 Dr. R Siva Kumar ProfessorPh.DView Profile
3 Dr. P Maniganda ProfessorPh.D
4 Dr. N Veda Kumar ProfessorPh.DView Profile
5 Dr. P Sunil Kumar ProfessorPh.D
6 V Ramesh Babu Associate ProfessorM.TechView Profile
7 G Rajendra Associate ProfessorM.TechView Profile
8 Ch Sree Lakshmi Assistant ProfessorM.TechView Profile
9 K Devaki Devi Associate ProfessorM.TechView Profile
10 N Siva Nagaraju Associate Professor M.TechView Profile
11 B N Nancharamma Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
12 K Rajesh Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
13 V Raja Ramesh Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
14 SK Naintara Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
15 Abdul Azeez Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
16 M Amilesh Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
17 K Prabhu Prasanna Kumar Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
18 D Dileep Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
19 M Nagu Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
20 G Sanath Kumar Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
21 N Chandra Sekhar Rao Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
22 K Suresh Babu Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
23 S Veerendra Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
24 K N V S K Chowdary Associate ProfessorM.TechView Profile
25 V U Sravanthi Associate Professor M.TechView Profile
26 N Manoj Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
27 M V Suresh Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
28 K Kishore Babu Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
29 P Naveen Trinadh Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
30 K Anusha Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
31 N Gowthami Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
32 J Narasimha Nayak Adothu Assistant Professor M.TechView Profile
33 Dr. N.Ramesh Assistant Professor M.Tech, Ph.DView Profile
List of Technical Staff
S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification
1 T Himabindu Teaching Assistant B.Tech
2 K Nandini Teaching Assistant B.Tech
3 T Alekya Teaching Assistant B.Tech
4 Y.V.Pavan Kumar Teaching Assistant B.Tech
5 M.Sateesh Teaching Assistant B.Tech
6 K.Saisree Teaching Assistant B.Tech

Workshops/Guest Lectures Conducted


SL.NOGap IdentifiedAction TakenDateResource person with designationRelevance with Pos/PSOs
1Speech ProcessingGuest Lecture on Analysis & identification of emotions and accents of telugu speech14-07-18Dr.M.KASI PRASAD, Associat professor, ECE, KLEF, VijayawadaPO3,PO5,PO8,PO12/ PSO1,PSO2
2IOTWORKSHOP ON IOT28th&29th SEP-2018Robokart & Innovation cell IIT MUMBAIPO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO12/ PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
3PCB DESIGNINGWORKSHOP on PCB DESIGNING7th&8th NOV-2018Mr. Govindarao (MD) Microlink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, VijayawadaPO1,PO2,PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, PO9,PO10,PO11, PO12/ PSO1,PSO2, PSO3
4EMBEDDED SYSTEMS & ROBOTICSWORKSHOP on EMBEDDED SYSTEMS & ROBOTICS 20th to 22nd DEC-2018Mr. Govindarao (MD) Microlink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, VijayawadaPO1,PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, PO10/ PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
SL.NOGap IdentifiedAction TakenDateResource person with designationRelevance with Pos/PSOs
1 Printed Circuit board designing and manufacturing Work shop on PCB designing and manufacturing22nd & 23rd SEP-2017Mr. Govindarao (MD) Microlink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, VijayawadaPO1,PO2,PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, PO9,PO10,PO11, PO12/ PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2Graphical Programming with lab view toolsGuest Lecture26-09-2017Dr. G.Rajsh kumarPO1,PO3,PO5, PO6, PO12 / PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
SL.NOGap IdentifiedAction TakenDateResource person with designationRelevance with Pos/PSOs
1Signal and Image ProcessingWork shop on Signal and Image Processing18-02-17Dr. V.S.S.S. CHAKRAVARTHY ASSOCIATE PROFESOR, RAGHU INISTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYPO1,PO3,PO5, PO6,PO12 / PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2Antennas Technical Seminar on Antenna Design issues19-09-16Mr. B.SURENDRA KUMAR RAMTECK SOLUTIONS Pvt Ltd, VIJAYAWADAPO5,PO10, PO12 / PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
3VLSI lay outsTechnical Talk on Recent Tools in VLSI lay out design21-01-17Mr.K.SATISHPO1,PO2,PO3, PO4,PO6 / PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
Design Engineer, VIJAYAWADA
4Arduino ControllersTechnical Talk on Arduino Controllers17-12-16Mr. Govindarao (MD) Microlink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, VijayawadaPO1, PO2,PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, PO11, PO12 / PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
5Printed Circuit board designing and manufacturingWork shop on PCB designing and manufacturing06-08-16Mr. Govindarao (MD) Microlink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, VijayawadaPO1,PO2,PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, PO9,PO10,PO11, PO12/ PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
SL.NOGap IdentifiedAction TakenDateResource person with designationRelevance with Pos/PSOs
1AntennasTechnical Seminar on Antenna Design issues09-01-16Mr. B.SURENDRA KUMAR RAMTECK SOLUTIONS Pvt Ltd, VIJAYAWADA PO5,PO10, PO12 / PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2Printed Circuit board designing and manufacturingWork shop on PCB designing and manufacturing08-08-15Mr. Govindarao (MD) Microlink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, VijayawadaPO1,PO2,PO3, PO4, PO5, PO6, PO9,PO10,PO11, PO12/ PSO1,PSO2,PSO3

Faculty Achievements


S.NoName of the GuideTitle/TopicName of the JournalInternational/National Journal with Impact FactorYear of Publication
1V.RAMESH BABUPARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION FOR IMAGE ENHANCEMENTIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
2ABDUL AZEEZPARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION FOR IMAGE ENHANCEMENTIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
3CH.SREE LAKSHMIIMAGE SEGMENTATION USING FIREFLY ALGORITHMIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
4K.DEVAKI DEVIIMAGE SEGMENTATION USING FIREFLY ALGORITHMIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
5N.SIVANAGARAJUHIGH GAIN DENSE DIELECTRIC PATCH ANTENNA FOR 5G COMMUNICATION USING EBG GROUND STRUCTURE AND DIELECTRIC SUPERSTRATEIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
6B.NAGA NANCHARAMMAMIXED-ADC MASSIVE MIMO UPLINK IN FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE CHANNELSIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
7M. BHUVANESWARIMIXED-ADC MASSIVE MIMO UPLINK IN FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE CHANNELSIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
8G.RAJENDRALOW-POWER CONTENT ADDRESSABLE MEMORY BASED ONSPARSE CLUSTERED NETWORKSIJRINTERNATIONAL (5.7)2018
S.NoName of the GuideTitle/TopicName of the JournalInternational/National Journal with Impact FactorYear of Publication
1V.RAMESH BABUSEMI SUPERVISED BASED SEGMENTATION FOR BRAIN TUMOR DETECTIONIJPAMINTERNATIONAL2017
ON THE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF EMBEDDED TECHNIQUES FOR MEDICAL IMAGE COMPRESSIONJSIR(SCI)INTERNATIONAL2017
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF TOTAL VARIANT TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT SEGMENTATION OF MEDICAL IMAGESJEASINTERNATIONAL2017
AN EFFICIENT DESIGN OF BINARY COMPARATORS IN QUANTUM DOT CELLULAR AUTOMATAIJASEMINTERNATIONAL2017
2ABDUL AZEEZSEMI SUPERVISED BASED SEGMENTATION FOR BRAIN TUMOR DETECTIONIJPAMINTERNATIONAL2017
3K.DEVAKI DEVIAN EFFICIENT DESIGN OF BINARY COMPARATORS IN QUANTUM DOT CELLULAR AUTOMATAIJASEMINTERNATIONAL2017
S.NoName of the GuideTitle/TopicName of the JournalInternational/National Journal with Impact FactorYear of Publication
1K.DEVAKI DEVIDSRC APPLICATIONS WITH LOW POWER DELAY BUFFER & FULLY REUSED VLSI ARCHITECTURE OF FM0 MANCHESTER ENCODINGS USING SOLSIJEARS (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME4INTERNATIONAL -0.672016
LATENCY OPTIMIZED AGING AWARE RELIABLE MULTIPLIER WITH ADAPTIVE HOLD LOGICIJEARS (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME4INTERNATIONAL -0.672016
2B.N.NANCHARAMMADESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION OF FAULT TOLERANT DMC ARCHITECTURE USING MODIFIED CSCAIJIRAT(INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME2INTERNATIONAL2016
AN EFFICIENT ARERA AND TIME OPTIMIZED DOUBLE PRECISION FLOATING POINT MULTIPLIER USING DADDA MULTIPLIERIJEARST (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME-1INTERNATIONAL -5.62017
3V RAMESH BABU DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTAION OF HIGHER ORDER MULTI BIT PASTA ADDERS IJASEM(INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME-5INTERNATIONAL -4.452016
EFFICIENT AND ENHANCED MAC UNIT USING MODIFIED BOOTH ENCODING IN CARRY SAVE FORMATIJEARST (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME2INTERNATIONAL -5.62016
FIXED POINT LMS FILTER WITH LOW ADAPTATION DELAYIJASEM(INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME 5INTERNATIONAL-4.452016
DESIGN OF LOW POWER PRPG WITH MODIEIED PRESTO LOGICIJASEM(INTERNATIONAL)VOLUME 6INTERNATIONAL -4.452017
BRAIN TUMOR DETECTION USING MEAN SHIFT CLUSTERING AND GLCM FEATURES WITH EDGE ADAPTIVE TOTAL VARIATION DENOISING TECHNIQUEARPNJEASINTERNATIONAL2017
4V.RAJA RAMESHHIGH SECURE AND LOW LATENCY CRYPTO DEVICE WITH LBIST (BIST) CAPABILITYIJEARST (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME2INTERNATIONAL -5.62016
5G.RAJENDRADESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RECONFIGURABLE AUDIO AMPLIFIERIJASEM(INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME5INTERNATIONAL -4.452016
POWER OPTIMIZED AND AREA EFFICIENT PRE ENCODED MODIFIED BOOTH MULTIPLIER USING RADIX8IJEARST (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME-2INTERNATIONAL -5.62017
6CH.SREE LAKSHMI ALGORITHM BASED FAULT DETECTION USING BLOOM FILTERS FOR COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONSIJRAET(INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME 5INTERNATIONAL2016
7M.NAGUDESIGN OF FAST SIGN DETECTION USING CLA FOR RECONFIGURABLE DESIGNSIJASEM (INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME 6INTERNATIONAL -4.452017
8K.PRASANTHIBRAIN TUMOR DETECTION USING MEANSHIFT CLUSTERING & GLCM FEATURES WITH EDGE ADAPTIVE TOTAL VARIATION DENOSING TECHNIQUEARPN JOOURNAL OF ENGG & APPLIED SCIENCES ( INTERNATIONAL) VOLUME 12 INDEXED BY SCOPUSINTERNATIONAL2017
S.NoName of the GuideTitle/TopicName of the JournalInternational/National Journal with Impact FactorYear of Publication
1CH.SREELAKSHMIBUILT IN SELF TEST OF TRANSRECEIVER I/Q MISMATCH USING PSK TECHNIQUEIJASEMInternational2015
2G.RAJENDRADESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SQUARE COMPUTATION USING QUANTUM CIRCUITRYIJASEMInternational2015
3B.N.NANCHARAMMAPERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF RADIX-10 MULTIPLIER USING BCD AND2'S COMPLIMENT CODESIJASEMInternational2015
4M.NAGUCOMPARATIVE STUDY OF IMAGE RESOLUTION ENHANCEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR AERIAL IMAGESIJASEMInternational2015
5K.DEVAKI DEVIA HYBRID ENCRYPTION PROTOCOL BASED ON AES AND RSA FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKSIJASEMInternational2015
6V.RAMESH BABUCOMPARATIVE STUDY OF DSP ARCHITECTURES FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NODESIJASEMInternational2015
7B.N.NANCHARAMMADESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION OF REVERSE CONVERTERS USING PARALLELPREFIX ADDERS FOR RECONFIGURABILITYIJASEMInternational2015

Student Achievements


Paper Presentations
SL.NO.ParticipantsPaper TitlePresented atDatePRIZE
1CH.ESWARIEYE GAUGE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMUSHA RAMA COLLEGE OF ENGINERING, Telaprole, VIJAYAWADA5th JAN-181ST
Extra-curricular activities
SL.NOStudent Name(s)EventOrganizing InstituteDatePrize
1J.ANAND & DURGA PRASADCIRCUITEX (TECHNO FEST)SIDDARDHA ENGG.COLLEGE, Vijayawada5th & 6th FEB-162nd
2A.TEJA SAIDRAMA BUZZ (TECHNOFEST) SIDDARDHA ENGG.COLLEGE, Vijayawada5th & 6th FEB-161st
3A.VENKATA SIVAWeight LiftingDistrict Zonal Competitions, Vijayawada17-Dec3rd
4A.VENKATA SIVAWeight LiftingDistrict Zonal Competitions, Vijayawada18-Jan3rd
5A.AKHILA & M.SAMARPANAPoster PresentationV.K.R, V.N.B & A.G.K Engg. College,Gudivada23rd FEB-182nd

Innovative Methods in Teaching


  •  The faculty uses the chalk and board to teach the curriculum in the classroom
  •  The courses also are delivered using the LCD Projectors.
  •  Demonstration with the working models, charts, components etc in the class room for better understanding.

Industrial Tours


2018-19
SNODATEORGANIZATION / PLACE VISITEDYEARNO OF STUDNETS ATTENDED
114-02-2019Dr.Narla Tata Rao Thermal Power Station, Vijayawada.II-ECE90
220-02-2019Variturn Electro Products Pvt Ltd, HyderabadIII-ECE40
2017-18
SNODATEORGANIZATION / PLACE VISITEDYEARNO OF STUDNETS ATTENDED
130-01-2018Doordarshan Kendra, VijayawadaII-ECE90
2016-17
SNODATEORGANIZATION / PLACE VISITEDYEARNO OF STUDNETS ATTENDED
124-02-2017Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR,SriharikotaIV-ECE80
209-02-2017Doordarshan Kendra, VijayawadaII-ECE100
2015-16
SNODATEORGANIZATION / PLACE VISITEDYEARNO OF STUDNETS ATTENDED
101-10-2015Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR,SriharikotaIV-ECE75
221-08-2015Doordarshan Kendra, VijayawadaII-ECE80

Internships


SNORegd.NoName of the StudentCertification/ Training DetailsOrganizationDurationDate
112NH1A0418Ch Ravi TejaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada25 Days06-05-2015 to 30-05-2015
212NH1A0421D Anila DeviIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada25 Days06-05-2015 to 30-05-2015
312NH1A0424E.GovardhanaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada25 Days06-05-2015 to 30-05-2015
412NH1A04B5Y Satya BalaIn-plant trainingKits Bazar, KazaPunnaiah Street, Beside Swarna Palace, Vijayawada 20 Days06-05-2015 to 25-05-2015
513NH5A0407D VenkateshIn-plant trainingKits Bazar, KazaPunnaiah Street, Beside Swarna Palace, Vijayawada 20 Days06-05-2015 to 25-05-2015
613NH1A0412O DanaiahIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada20 Days11-05-2016 to 30-05-2016
713NH1A0413K Naga JayasriIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada20 Days11-05-2016 to 30-05-2016
813NH1A0423G HarikaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada20 Days11-05-2016 to 30-05-2016
914NH1A0401A Sai Rama KrishnaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada15 Days16-05-2017 to 30-05-2017
1014NH1A0413D HarithaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada15 Days16-05-2017 to 30-05-2017
1114NH1A0415G Sai SuryaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada15 Days16-05-2017 to 30-05-2017
1215NH5A0406B N S V V PrasadIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada15 Days16-05-2017 to 30-05-2017
1315NH5A0408G Gopala KrishnaIn-plant trainingMicrolink Peripheral controls Pvt Ltd., R&D Centre, Vijayawada15 Days16-05-2017 to 30-05-2017

Syllabus


R16 B.Tech ECE SYLLABUS


       1-1          1-2  
       2-1          2-2  
       3-1          3-2  
       4-1          4-2  

R13 B.Tech ECE SYLLABUS


       ECE 

R16 M.Tech ECE SYLLABUS


ECE (VLSI) 

Roll of Honour


Projects


2017-18
SNOPROJECT TITLEStudent Reg.No.Name of GuideWork carried outRelevance to POs/PSOs
1 The Intelligent fire accident avoidance system in train using GSM technology 14NH1A0437, 14NH1A0429, 14NH1A0436, 14NH1A0405, 14NH1A0439 Mr.V.Rameshbabu In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2 Speaking gloves for speechless persons 14NH1A0411, 14NH1A0423, 14NH1A0407, 14NH1A0424, 14NH1A0404 Mrs.K.Devaki Devi In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
3 Restoration of blurred images using wiener filter 14NH1A0412, 14NH1A0434, 14NH1A0438, 14NH1A0426, 14NH1A0443 Mr. K.P.Prasanna kumar. In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2016-17
SNOPROJECT TITLEStudent Reg.No.Name of GuideWork carried outRelevance to POs/PSOs
1 Online multi target tracking with unified handling of complex scenarios 13NH1A0423, 13NH1A0417, 13NH1A0426, 13NH1A0455, 13NH1A0442 Mr.G.Rajendra In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2 Design of dedicated reversible quantum circuitry for square computation 13NH1A0409, 13NH1A0421, 13NH1A0429, 13NH1A0435, 13NH1A0434 Mr. K.P.Prasanna kumar In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
3 Image super resolution based on structure modulated sparse representation 13NH1A0454, 13NH1A0448, 13NH1A0427, 13NH1A0433, 13NH1A0447 Mrs.B.N.Nancharamma In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2015-16
SNOPROJECT TITLEStudent Reg.No.Name of GuideWork carried outRelevance to POs/PSOs
1 Design and verification of four port router for network on chip 12NH1A0421, 12NH1A0439, 12NH1A0441, 12NH1A0436, 12NH1A0450 Mr G.rajendra In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
2 A new reversible BCD adder 12NH1A0458, 12NH1A0424, 12NH1A0462, 12NH1A0417, 12NH1A0447 Mrs. CH.Srilakshmi In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3
3 Synthesis and simulation of Binary to BCD converter using QCA technology 12NH1A0418, 12NH1A0471, 12NH1A0446, 12NH1A0409, 12NH1A0414 Mr.V.Ramesh babu In House PO1,PO2,PO3,PO4, PO5, PO9,PO10, PO11 & PSO1,PSO2,PSO3

MOUs


SL.NoName of the CompanyYear of MOUs
1MICROLINK2016
2PREGMATIC SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING CENTER VIJAYAWADA2017
3PRIME COMPUTERS GUDIVADA2015
4HIRE MEE2016
5YOUNG INDIA2017
6KITS BAZAR2018

Laboratories


S.NOLAB NAMENAME OF THE LABCLASS & YEAR
1EDC LABElectronic Devices and Circuits LabII-I-ECE,II-II EEE
Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering LabII-I MECH
Electronic Circuit Analysis LabII-II ECE
2COMMUNICATION LABAnalog Communications LabII-II ECE
Digital Communications LabIII-II ECE
3IC LABPulse and Digital Circuits LabIII-I ECE
Linear I C Applications LabIII-I ECE
4MPMC LABDigital I C Applications LabIII-I ECE
Micro Processors & Micro Controllers LabIII-II ECE,III-II EEE
5VLSI LABVLSI LabIII-II ECE
Digital Signal Processing LabIV-I ECE
Project workIV-II ECE
6MICRO WAVE LABMicro Wave Engineering & Optical LabIV-I ECE