The Department was established in 2011with B.E. programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering. Later on, in 2013 post-graduate programme in M.E. Applied Electronics was also introduced in the Department. All the courses are offered full-time.

The Departments’s total staff strength is13 including Teaching and Non-Teaching staff. The experienced professors guide the Department aiming at educating and training students with sound knowledge and awareness in the fields of electronics, communication, and information technology.

The Department has signed MoU with several companies like Steps Knowledge Service (Texas Instruments), Southern Railways, Ampere Vehicles, A2B2 Services, Nimble Wireless Systems, Rently Software, Molecular Connections, and AGT Electronics Ltd., which provide training to faculty and students on recent techniques. Various workshops and training programme are frequently conducted in the Department. Every year Department organizes a National conference and a National level technical symposium is being conducted by ECE students association.

Vision

To achieve academic excellence in Electronics and communication Engineering by imparting in depth knowledge to the students, facilitating research activities and cater to the ever changing industrial demands, global and societal needs.

Mission

M1: To impart quality education in Electronics Engineering

M2: To provide technical expertise encourage along with innovative projects professional ethics as per societal needs.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO1 To enable graduates to pursue research, or have a successful career in academia or industries associated with Electronics and Communication Engineering, or as entrepreneurs.
PEO2 To provide students with strong foundational concepts and also advanced techniques and tools in order to enable them to build solutions or systems of varying complexity.
PEO3 To prepare students to critically analyze existing literature in an area of specialization and ethically develop innovative and research-oriented methodologies to solve the problems identified.

List of Program Outcomes (PO’s)

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 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 to reason 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.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)

PSO1 To analyze, design, and develop solutions by applying foundational concepts of electronics and communication engineering.
PSO2 To apply design principles and best practices for developing quality products for scientific and business applications.
PSO2 To adapt to emerging information and communication technologies (ICT) to innovate ideas and solutions to existing/novel problems.

ECE students can have ample opportunities for careers in industries like consumer electronics manufacturing organization, Automotive, Telecommunication & IT industries, Health care equipment manufacturing, Mobile communication (2G, 3G, and 4G), Internet technologies, Power Electronics, and other industries like steel, petroleum, and chemical industry, etc. ECE students also have lots of opportunities in Government and private companies in the areas of design, manufacture, installation, operation, and maintenance of electronics equipment and systems. New opportunities and avenues are also opening up for electronics & communication engineers due to the integration of electronics into various new industrial verticals. The latest technologies include self-driving cars, autonomous drone logistics, robotics, automation in industries, smart energy systems, etc. But getting acquainted with these industries will not be easy as they demand engineers who are more hands-on experience with the latest technologies.

  1. Infosys
  2. WIPRO
  3. CTS
  4. TCS
  5. HCL
  6. Kryp C
  7. Robert Bosch
  8. HP
  9. Intellipat
  10.  Patni Computer Solutions
  11.  IBM
  12.  Data Pattern
  13.  Byjus
  14.  Zoho Corporation
  15.  Suresoft Systems
  16.  Technosoft
  17.  Scope E Knowledge
  18.  Infoview EP Software
  19.  Vinayak Infotech Solution
  20.  Zilogic Systems
  21.  Nirman Constructions
  22.  Pentium Constructions
  23.  VCPL
  24.  Rathinam Shelters
  1. Engineering Practices Lab
  2. Analog and Digital Electronics Lab
  3. Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
  4. Digital Signal Processing Lab
  5. Communication Systems Lab
  6. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab
  7. Communication Networks Lab
  8. VLSI Lab
  9. Optical Communication Lab
  10.  Embedded Systems Lab
  11.  Texas Innovation (TI) Lab
  12.  Robotics Lab

Centre of Excellence for Internet of Things:

The vision of the CoE is to enable our society as the innovation hub in the emerging technology of the Internet of Things through the democratization of Innovation, Standardization, Realization of prototypes, products before deployment of the IoT devices in the public domain/ infrastructure, and support Govt. initiatives on IoT solutions for specific India needs in areas like water, energy, agriculture, health, security and privacy of data.

Objectives:

  1. To create innovative applications and domain capability across verticals for the country’s needs such as Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Manufacturing, Smart Agriculture, etc.
  2. To build industry-capable talent, start-up community, and entrepreneurial ecosystem for IoT.
  3. To provide an ecosystem for innovation to thrive and embrace entrepreneurship.
  4. To energize research mindset and reduce costs in research and development by providing neutral and interoperable, multi-technology stack laboratory facilities.
  5. To reduce import dependency on IoT components and promote indigenization.
  6. To position India as a provider of end-to-end solutions in the engineering space.
  7. To provide an environment for product creation, testing, and also for validation & incubation.

Benefits of Centre of Excellence on IoT

Availability of technology lab for faculty/researchers

  1. Industry-standard proficiency courses for upgrading skills
  2. A platform for offering the special course/consulting projects
  3. Internships on IoT projects
  4. Access to Industry experts/courses/showcase of talent

Under the CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE, the various courses related to IoT is conducted for the faculties and students

Rough Outline

  1. Introduction to IoT
  2. Radio Frequency Identification Technology and overview/ Internet Principles
  3. Wireless Sensor Networks
  4. Powerline Communication Technology
  5. RFID Applications and related research
  6. Internet of Things, Setting Standards
  7. Design Principles for connected devices
  8. Thinking about Prototyping
  9. Prototyping Physical Devices
  10.  Prototyping Online Components
  11.  Internet of things through Raspberry Pi
  12.  Quick start with Raspberry pi and its peripheral
  13.  Installation Procedures, configuration
  14.  Networking/ Assessing Raspberry pi remotely
  15.  Developing web applications
  16.  Scratch Programming
  17.  Python, always python
  18.  GPIO
  19.  Handling Sensors
  20.  Handling Web requests
  21.  Cloud Platform compatible with hardware
  22.  Governance of IoT

PREREQUISITE

  1. Knowledge-based on Sensing and storing
  2. Knowledge-based on General programming logic (not specific to any high-level language)
  3. Last but not least, Interest to learn techniques that can make one towards creating his own DIY.
  4. Knowledge-based on Networking

IoT for Industry 4.0

Chapter 1: The Internet of Things: An Overview

  1. The Flavor of the Internet of Things 8 The “Internet” of “Things”
  2. The Technology of the Internet of Things
  3. Enchanted Objects
  4. Who is making the Internet of Things?

Chapter 2: Design Principles for Connected Devices

  1. Calm and Ambient Technology
  2. Magic as Metaphor
  3. Keeping Secrets
  4. Whose Data Is It Anyway?
  5. Web Thinking for Connected Devices
  6. Small Pieces, Loosely Joined
  7. First-Class Citizens On The Internet
  8. Graceful Degradation
  9. Affordances

Chapter 3: Internet Principles 

  1. Internet Communications: An Overview
  2. IP
  3. TCP
  4. The IP Protocol Suite (TCP/IP)
  5. UDP
  6. IP Addresses
  7. DNS
  8. Static IP Address Assignment
  9. Dynamic IP Address Assignment
  10.  IPv6
  11.  MAC Addresses
  12.  TCP and UDP Ports
  13.  An Example: HTTP Ports
  14.  Other Common Ports
  15.  Application Layer Protocols
  16.  HTTP
  17.  HTTPS: Encrypted HTTP
  18.  Other Application Layer Protocols

Chapter 4: Thinking About Prototyping 

  1. Sketching
  2. Familiarity
  3. Costs versus Ease of Prototyping
  4. Prototypes and Production
  5. Changing Embedded Platform
  6. Physical Prototypes and Mass Personalization
  7. Climbing into the Cloud
  8. Open Source versus Closed Source
  9. Why Closed?
  10.  Why Open?
  11.  Mixing Open and Closed Source
  12.  Closed Source for Mass Market Projects
  13.  Tapping into the Community

Chapter 5: Prototyping Embedded Devices 

  1. Electronics
  2. Sensors
  3. Actuators
  4. Scaling Up the Electronics
  5. Embedded Computing Basics
  6. Microcontrollers
  7. System-on-Chips
  8. Choosing Your Platform
  9. Some Notes on the Hardware
  10.  Openness
  11.  Raspberry Pi
  12.  Cases and Extension Boards
  13.  Developing on the Raspberry Pi
  14.  Some Notes on the Hardware
  15.  Openness

Chapter 6: Prototyping the Physical Design

  1. Preparation
  2. Sketch, Iterate, and Explore
  3. Nondigital Methods
  4. Laser Cutting
  5. Choosing a Laser Cutter
  6. Software
  7. Hinges and Joints
  8. 3D Printing
  9. Types of 3D Printing
  10.  Software
  11.  CNC Milling
  12.  Repurposing/Recycling

Chapter 7: Prototyping Online Components 

  1. Getting Started with an API
  2. Mashing Up APIs
  3. Scraping
  4. Legalities
  5. Writing a New API
  6. Clockodillo
  7. Security
  8. Implementing the API
  9. Using Curl to Test
  10.  Going Further
  11.  Real-Time Reactions
  12.  Polling
  13.  Comet
  14.  Other Protocols
  15.  MQ Telemetry Transport
  16.  Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol
  17.  Constrained Application Protocol

Chapter 8: Techniques for Writing Embedded Code 205 

  1. Memory Management
  2. Types of Memory
  3. Making the Most of Your RAM
  4. Performance and Battery Life
  5. Libraries
  6. Debugging
Staff Name: Dr.K.Geetha
Qualification: M.Tech., Ph.D.,
Designation: Professor & Vice Principal
Area of Interest: Nanotechnology
Staff Name : Dr.R.Subrmanian
Qualification : M.E., Ph.D.,
Designation: Professor
Area of Interest : Power Electronics, Electrical Machines
Staff Name : Dr.G.Arunkumar
Qualification: M.E., Ph.D.,
Designation: Associate Professor
Area of Interest: Nanotechnology
Staff Name: Dr.J.Sujitha
Qualification: M.E., Ph.D.,
Designation: Associate Professor
Area of Interest: Networking
Staff Name: Mr.S.Arul Raj
Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D.).,
Designation: Assistant Professor & Head
Area of Interest: Embedded Systems, Communication Systems
Staff Name: Mr.P.Rajesh
Qualification: M.E.,
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: VLSI Design
Staff Name: Mr.N.Arunprasath
Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D.,)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Embedded Systems, IoT, Wireless Sensor Networks
Staff Name: Mr.K.Muthusamy
Qualification: M.E., (Ph.D.,)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Power Electronics
Staff Name: Ms.N.Hemalatha
Qualification: M.E.,
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: VLSI Design
Staff Name: Mr.M.S.Pradeepraj
Qualification: M.E.,
Designation: Assistant ProfessorArea of Interest: Power Electronics and Drives, Electrical Machines
Staff Name : Mr.P.Prasana
Qualification: M.Tech., (Ph.D.,)
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: VLSI Design, Networking
Staff Name : Mrs.Athira Rajagopal
Qualification: M.Tech.,
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Communication Systems, Networking
Staff Name: Ms.J.Swathi
Qualification: M.E.,
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: VLSI Design
Staff Achievements

Paper Publications:

S.

No

Name of the Faculty Title Journal Name Volume/

Issue

Date (or) Month/Year
1 Mr.S.ArulRaj,

Mr.P.Prasana

Survey on Identify the Agricultural Diseases Using Image Processing and Soft Computing Techniques Alinteri Journal of Agriculture Sciences 36(2) August
2 Mr.S.ArulRaj,

Mr.P.Prasana

Application Of An Artificial Intelligence Algorithm For Computer-Assisted Cancer Detection DRUGS AND CELL THERAPIES IN HEMATOLOGY 10(1) Sep
3. ArunPrasath.N,

K.Geetha

An improved method on Electronic eye for a weaving loom International journal of mechanical and production engineering and research development

 

10/3 August-2020
4. ArunPrasath.N,

K.Geetha

A Novel approach on wireless DAQ system using IOT International journal of mechanical and production engineering and research development 10/3 August-2020
5. ArunPrasath.N,

K.Geetha,

K.Muthusamy

An Enhanced method on embedded home surveillance system using IOT

 

International journal for scientific research and development 8/3 JUNE -2020
6. K.Muthusamy,

P.Rajesh

 

An Enhanced Method of Contactless charger for Railway signaling Torch Light

 

Design Engineering (Toronto) Vol2021 / 06 July 2021

Patent Filed

S.No Name of the Faculty Title Application number Month/Year Patent type (Product or Design)

 

1. Prof.K.Geetha, Mr.P.Rajesh, Mr.K.Muthusamy Digital Timer for Battery Charger of Laptop and Smart Phones 202141034825 JULY -2021 Product
2. Mr.S.Arul Raj, Mr.P.Prasana Automatic Pearl millet seed remover using Artificial Intelligence 202141029408 JULY-2021 Product
3. Mr.S.ArulRaj,Mr.P.Prasana Multi Features Shovel (Manvetti) Using IoT 202141034821 JUNE -2021 Product
4. Prof.K.Geetha, Mr.N.ArunPrasath Battery powered Iron box 202141029407 JUNE -2021 Product
5. Prof.K.Geetha Mr.A.Athiraja Transmission Line breakage and Fault detection using IoT 202141024484 JUNE -2021 Product
6. Mr.S.Arul Raj,  Mr.P.Prasana Automatic Finger millet seed remover using Artificial Intelligence 202141024482 MAY-2021 Product
7. Prof.K.Geetha, Mr.S.Arul Raj, Mr.A.Athiraja Automized preheating Electric Chamber 202041053118 JULY – 2020 Product

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Student’s projects selected in various innovation challenges (IIT Bombay -1, YUVA-1, Accenture – 4)
  2. Our Second-year student M.Mubaraq innovative idea on Battery Powered Iron Box filled for a patent.
  3. Our student’s secured first prize in project presentation at Yudhistra 21.
  4. Our third-year student Mr.S.G.Skandan working as intern at AIC Raise.
  5. Our final year student Mr.A.Hussnar and Mr.G.Vijay working as interns in Prominent contact PVT LTD.
  6. Our final year student Ms.V.S.BrindhaWon Second Prize in Drawing Competition organized by Tiruppur District Library Committee.
  7. Our final year student Ms.V.S.Brindha’s poem was published in ThinaThanthi News Paper.
  8. Our final year student Mr.M.Muruganwon third prize in Kick Boxing in Coimbatore.

Patent Details

  1. MUBARAQ – II ECE
  2. HARSHAVARDHINI – II ECE
  3. H.VAISHNAVI – II ECE
  4. G.SKANDHAN – III ECE
  5. RAJKUMAR – IV ECE
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