Electronics And Communication / Robotics 


Electronics Engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the design, development, testing, and maintenance of electronic devices, circuits, and systems. Here are some key features and job opportunities associated with Electronics Engineering:


The Electronics And Communication discipline was established with the following objectives:

  1. To train engineers at Diploma levels, and equip them with the fundamental concepts and techniques of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  2. To foster a learning environment that produces high-quality Electronics And Communication Engineers readily employable by the industry and research organizations.

  3. To produce engineers at Diploma levels who can use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.




  1. Core Focus on Electronics: Electronics Engineering focuses on electronic devices and systems, including their design, manufacturing, and testing.

  2. Integration with Other Disciplines: It integrates principles from various fields such as electrical engineering, computer science, physics, and mathematics.

  3. Versatile Field: Electronics Engineering is highly versatile and finds applications in various industries including telecommunications, healthcare, automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, and more.

  4. Rapid Technological Advancements: The field experiences rapid technological advancements, driving continuous learning and innovation.

  5. Interdisciplinary Nature: Electronics Engineering often involves collaboration with professionals from other disciplines to develop comprehensive solutions.

  6. Hardware and Software Integration: Electronics engineers often work on both hardware and software aspects, ensuring seamless integration between the two.


Job Opportunities:

  1. Electronics Design Engineer: Designing electronic circuits and systems for various applications like telecommunications, embedded systems, consumer electronics, etc.

  2. Embedded Systems Engineer: Developing embedded systems for applications such as IoT devices, automotive electronics, medical devices, etc.

  3. Hardware Engineer: Designing and testing hardware components such as printed circuit boards (PCBs), integrated circuits (ICs), and other electronic devices.

  4. Software Engineer (Embedded Systems): Developing software for embedded systems, often involving low-level programming languages and real-time operating systems.

  5. Telecommunications Engineer: Designing and optimizing communication systems, including wireless networks, satellite communication systems, and fiber-optic communication systems.

  6. Control Systems Engineer: Designing and implementing control systems for various applications including robotics, automation, and industrial processes.

  7. Signal Processing Engineer: Processing and analyzing signals for applications such as image processing, audio processing, and data compression.

  8. Test and Quality Engineer: Ensuring the quality and reliability of electronic products through testing and validation processes.

  9. Research and Development (R&D) Engineer: Conducting research to develop new technologies and improve existing ones in areas like semiconductors, nanotechnology, and renewable energy.

  10. Technical Sales Engineer: Providing technical support and expertise to customers, assisting in product sales and marketing.



The Electronics And Communication discipline is supported by a team of three faculty members having excellent academic credentials as well as extensive teaching experience. 


Course Intake :


    Name of Course 


 Course  duration



  Electronics And Communication  Engineering   


3 Years

 10th  Pass


Electronics -  Robotics Engineering 


3 Years 

10 th Pass



Teaching Faculties in Electronics And Communication / Robotics 








Monika Jain



Gorav Goyal