Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
B.Tech. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)
Duration: 4 Years
No of seats: 60
Electronics Engineering drives our world of new technologies. Devices designed by Electronic Engineers feature in all aspects of modern life, including computers, mobile phones, robotics, the internet, digital television, satellites, aerospace, medical scanners, security systems and sustainable energy. The Department fully recognises the vital nature of this kind of supervised study to prepare students for the world of work. The vision of the department is to Impart quality technical education through research, innovation and teamwork for creating professionally superior and ethically strong manpower that meet the global challenges of engineering industries in the area of Electronics and communication Engineering. It inculcates a spirit of scientific temper, analytical thinking and trains the students in contemporary technologies.
- To provide students with a strong foundation in the core areas of Electronics, Communication and IT.
- To impart sound technical competency to students and subsequently enhance their employability quotient in core domains.
- To provide exposure on emerging cutting edge technologies, adequate training opportunities to work as teams on multidisciplinary projects with effective communication skills and leadership qualities.
- Dissemination of knowledge and information by organizing seminar/workshops/short term courses in planned manner.
- To cultivate entrepreneurial spirit in students.
Scope of Employment:
- Biomedical Instrumentation
- Mobile Communication
- Defence Industry
- Space and research organizations
- Manufacturing-PCB, IC etc.
- Electronic industries-Design and fabrication of devices, embedded systems etc.
- Instrumentation in Automobile Industry
- In Government and private Companies
- Process Industries
- IT Companies
Admission Guidelines and Procedure
Eligibility Criteria for admission to Ist Semester
- All those candidates who have passed the 10+2 examination from a board recognized or established by central/state government through a legislation with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects:
Chemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science and Biology.
- The candidates who have passed two years certificate course from Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Longowal (SLIET) shall be eligible.
Eligibility Criteria for admission to 3rd Semester through Lateral Entry
- All those candidates who have passed Diploma examination from an AICTE approved institution & have obtained at least 45% marks (40% in case of reserved category) in appropriate branch of Engineering / Technology shall be eligible to apply.
- All those candidates who have passed B.Sc. degree from an recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks (40% in case of reserved category) and passed 10+2 standard with mathematics as a subject shall be eligible to apply subject to passing the Engineering Graphics/ Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics subjects of the first year Engineering program along with second year subjects.
Documents Required for Admission
- Original certificates and mark sheets of previous examination passed i.e. 10th, 10+2/Diploma.
- Attested Xerox copies of these documents along with the completed admission form.
- Residence Certificate
- Latest 5 Passport Size coloured Photographs.
- Migration Certificate.
- Character Certificate issued by Principal/Competent Authority of the last Institute attended.
- Undertaking of Gap period if applicable.
- Ragging Affidavit attested by Notary.
Documents Required for availing Post-Matric scholarship for SC/BC Category candidates from Punjab State
- Caste certificate(SC/BC/OBC)
- Income Certificate
- Photocopy of Bank passbook showing Account no. and IFSC code.
- Analog devices and circuits lab
The laboratory introduces students to practical, circuit design and contributes significantly to provide them with engineering skills. The experiments covered in this laboratory are synchronized with its theoretical part, so that students might be able to understand the practical aspects of it. The lab has all the required equipment and consumables to carry out the experiments as per the syllabus. It houses a large number of state of the art equipments like Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Power Supply units and Linear IC Trainer Kits. Using these students can perform experimentation on verification of Network theorems, applications of Diodes and Op-Amps, design of Oscillators and Amplifiers.
- Digital Circuits And Logic Design Lab
Digital Electronics is technology subject which is intended to make students familiar with different types of designs as sequential logic circuits, combinational logic circuits, trouble shooting of various digital systems & study of various digital systems. Knowledge of basic electronics & digital techniques is useful in understanding theory and practical of the subject. For years, applications of digital electronics were confined to computer systems. Today digital electronics are applied in many diverse areas such as telephony, data processing, radar, navigation, military systems, medical instruments, process controls etc. Digital circuits and logic design Laboratory is fully equipped with the required instruments such as C.R.O., multimeters, Signal Generators etc. to conduct experiments with digital ICs for UG students.
- Signals & Systems Lab The Signals and Systems Lab is concerned with the representation of signals and the study of the changes that occur to them as they pass through systems. The study of Signals and Systems is to allow one to predict, with some certainty, the behavior of systems when they are subjected to different input signals. Students perform various experiments related to generation and processing of signals in Matlab Software.
- Electronic Measurement And Instrumentation Lab
The aim of this Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory is to reinforce the students with an adequate work experience in the measurement of different quantities and also the expertise in handling the instruments involved. It also helps to train the students in the measurement of displacement, resistance, inductance, torque and angle etc. and to give exposure to AC, DC bridges and transient measurements.. This lab provides students the practical, elementary as well as comprehensive knowledge about instrumentation. A wide variety of sensors and transducers kits like Strain gauge Transducer kit, Temperature Transducer kit, Maxwell Inductance Bridge, LVDT kit, CRO trainer kits are available in the lab.
- Digital Signal Processing Lab
Digital Signal Processing (DSP) can be described as the processing of signals using digital techniques or digital computers. A signal is a piece of information in binary or digital form. The DSP Laboratory aims to teach students about Digital Signal Processing, implementing various signal processing algorithms on the computer as well as on DSP boards. The lab is equipped with high-end computer systems and quality DSP trainer kits. The lab has MATLAB software installed and trains the students in using this powerful computer application in various aspects of engineering.
- Analog And Digital Communication Lab
All kind of signals we deal with in nature are analog. Analog Communication is an essential part of modern day technology. The course provides comprehensive, hands-on instruction in the terminology, principles, and applications of the analog communication circuits. Over the last two decades digital communications have become prominent because of the increase in performance it provides. Digital systems allow for increased data transmission and more resistance to noise. The laboratory is well equipped with different modulation and demodulation kits such as AM, FM, DSB-SC, SSB-SC, and TDM, ASK, FSK, PSK, PCM and DPCM etc. and measurement instruments like Spectrum analyzer, Digital storage oscilloscopes of 30 MHz, 4 channel 60MHz Digital storage oscilloscopes.
- Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
The Linear Integrated Circuits lab course introduces the concept and application of operational amplifiers. Laboratory assignments clarify textbook formulas and examples, as well as help to close the gap between theory and real-life problems. The experiments are designed to compliment and reinforce the lecture material throughout the semester. The equipment used in the laboratory includes a Digital Voltmeter (DVM), oscilloscope, function generator, DC power supply, electronic breadboard, and miscellaneous wires and test boards.
- Microprocessor And Microcontroller Lab
The laboratory has been established to satisfy the curriculum needs in the area of microprocessors & Micro controllers focusing on embedded systems. Microprocessors and microelectronics in general have brought about a revolution in computer science, manufacturing, telecommunications as well as in space and high-energy physics. The Lab has micro controller and microprocessor trainer kits and micro controller development board sets. Further smart card development kits, wireless application Modules and RFID development kits are also available. Microprocessor lab helps the students enhance their knowledge about various processors such as 8085, 8086, microcontrollers, Pentium processors and also the interfacing of these processors with other devices. The features and facilities available in this lab help the students do their projects and enhance their knowledge about the latest trends and technologies like:
• Intel 8085, 8086/8088, Z 80, MC 6800 Microprocessor kits
• EPROM Programmer/Eraser
• Interfacing Cards for Process applications
• 8031 Micro Controller kits with PC Interface
• PIC Processor & ARM Processor
- Microwave Lab
This laboratory is well equipped with 4 Reflex Klystron test benches, 4 Gunn Oscillators test benches with different kinds of loads. It also consists of 8 VSWR meters, 6 CROs, 7 fiber optic trainer kits for determining the characteristics of LED, LASER and photo detector. Microwave antennas like Pyramidal horn, E-Plane and H-Plane sectoral horns are also available. In Microwave Lab the students are exposed to the microwave active devices like klystron, gunn diode and passive devices isolators, circulators, slide screw tuner, magic tee, directional coupler, horn antenna, attenuator, terminations. The students perform all the experiments as prescribed by the university.
- VLSI Lab
The VLSI applications are becoming more prevalent in every day use. The field of VLSI was developed due to the flexibility offered by the use of digital computers in implementing signal processing algorithms and systems. This laboratory complements the course of VLSI Circuit Design. The laboratory provides details about basic CMOS analog integrated Circuit design, simulation, and testing techniques. Several tools like Xilinx, Matlab and Proteus have been integrated into the lab to teach students about analog and digital VLSI design and to make the experience more practical.
|Dr. Yogeshwar Singh Randhawa||Ph.D.||Director|
|Dr. Amandeep Singh||Ph.D.||H.O.D/Associate Professor|
|Er. Pallavi Sharma||Ph.D. (Pursuing)||Assistant Professor|
|Er. Rajdeep Singh||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Er. Silky Khurana||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Er. Jugminder Kaur||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Er. Lovdeep Singh||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Er. Priyanka Dayal||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Baljit Singh||--||Assistant Professor|
|Er. Gagandeep Singh Dhaliwal||M.Tech||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Gurteg Singh Saini||M.A, PGDHRM, BFTP||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Gurmeet Singh||M.A. P.A.||Assistant Professor|
|Mr. Bishnu Dutt||B.Tech.||Lab Technician|
|Mr. Yadwinder Singh||Diploma||Lab Technician|
|Mr. Raminder Singh||Diploma||Lab Technician|
Engineers day celebration
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering celebrated the Engineer's Day on Sept. 15, 2015. Students of ECE department participated in various activities such as Project Idea Demonstration through Charts and working models and Technical Quiz. Best Project Idea Award was given to PIR based Home Appliance Controller and Water Conservation. This project was specifically designed to conserve the electrical energy in AC enabled classrooms bny turning on the AC only whenever students are present in the class and switch off otherwise.
In addition to above mentioned activities Head of Department, Er. Amandeep Singh shared a documentary prepared by him based on the problems faced by people of rural areas. He discussed various technical issues and motivated the students to be aware about their surroundings so that they could identify some real time problems and then try to provide the automatic solutions. In response, all the students resoluted/promised with HOD that before next Engineer's Day they will definitely contribute to benefit the society in terms of some Engineering based Solutions.
S. Sukhbir Singh Chatha (Director Academics, KCl Group) and Dr. Y.S. Randhawa(Director, LKCE) appreciated the efforts for organize such events and give their words that the management committee is always there to help the students/teachers for their social cause.
Industrial Visit to Telcocrats Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Mohali
The department of ECE of Lyallpur Khalsa College of Engineering arranged an industrial visit related to Latest Wireless Communication Systems at Telcocrats Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Mohali keeping in view the fact that tremendous career growth exists in Information and Communications technology domain. The purpose of this visit was to provide exposure to students about industrial environment and futuristic trends in the field of wireless telecommunication. The students were made aware about the telecommunication technologies i.e. VLSI, BTS, UMTS, GSM, CDMA, 2G and 3G. The Company's Engineer provided a deep insight about the future implementation details of 4G. The students were accompanied by Er. Lovdeep Singh (Asstt. Professor, ECE Deptt.) and expert team of Telcocrats, who shared their knowledge and experience with the students.
Dr. Amandeep Singh (HOD, ECE) said that these kind of industrial visits help the students to understand the actual practical implementation of the concepts which they are studying theoretically.
S. Sukhbir Singh Chatha (Director Academics, KCL Group) said that management of LKCE is always at forefront to enhance the academic learning and practical exposure of their students by keeping this practice of arranging industrial visits regularly. Dr. Y.S. Randhawa (Director, LKCE) appreciated the efforts of Department of ECE and encouraged the faculty to organize these types of visits in future also.
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Lyallpur Khalsa college of Engineering Jalandhar organized a one day Workshop on 'MATLAB and its Applications'. MATLAB (MATrix LABoratory) is a numerical computing environment and fourth generation language developed by 'Mathworks organization'. Using MATLAB we can analysis data, develop algorithms and create models and applications. The language, tools and building Math functions enable students to explore multiple approaches and reach the solutions faster. MATLAB is used for a range of applications including Signal Processing and Communications, Image and Video Processing, Control Systems, Test and Measurement, Computational Finance and Large Data Analysis. The Expert, Er. Vaibhav Saxena from Design Tech Solutions, Delhi delivered lecture and gave hands on training during the session. This workshop was intended to provide practical training experience in the field of engineering by applying MATLAB tools. He explained the various basic commands used in MATLAB with detailed examples and discussed technical questions with students in the field of Engineering. This workshop provided a platform for students and faculty members to discuss and exchange ideas on the various engineering applications of MATLAB. Students of ECE Department actively participated in the workshop.
Engineers day celebration
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering celebrated the Engineer's Day on Sept. 15, 2015. Students of ECE department participated in various activities such as Project Idea Demonstration through Charts and working models and Technical Quiz. Best Project Idea Award was given to PIR based Home Appliance Controller and Water Conservation. This project was specifically designed to conserve the electrical energy in AC enabled classrooms by turning on the AC only whenever students are present in the class and switch off otherwise.
In addition to above mentioned activities Head of Department, Dr. Amandeep Singh shared a documentary prepared by him based on the problems faced by people of rural areas. He discussed various technical issues and motivated the students to be aware about their surroundings so that they could identify some real time problems and then try to provide the automatic solutions. In response, all the students resoluted with HOD that before next Engineer's Day they will definitely contribute to benefit the society in terms of some Engineering based Solutions.
Expert Talk on "Advances in Electronics Engineering"
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering organized an expert talk on "Advances in Electronics Engineering". Prof. (Dr.) Ravinder Singh Sawhney from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar was invited as an expert to share his valuable views related to the development of several electronic components. He also discussed the evolution history of engineering in India. This expert talk has provided a platform for the students and faculty members to discuss and exchange ideas like how the advanced electronic components can replace the existing bulky products and increase the efficiency. Moreover this expert talk was an initiative to enhance the technical knowledge of students so that they can become employable. The students of ECE Department actively participated in the event. At last, Prof. Amandeep Singh, HOD ECE, on behalf of Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Department presented a vote of thanks to Prof. Ravinder Singh Sawhney for the valuable session he delivered.
Industrial Visit to Punjab Communication System, Mohali
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering arranged an industrial visit to Punjab Communication System, Mohali, to provide exposure to students about the various products like, Voice/Data Multiplexers, Power Plants, Optical/Transmission Equipment, Digital Radios, PLCC, Broadband Equipments etc. The Head of the training department, Mr.Rohit Malhotra along with his engineers provided a deep insight about all the above mentioned products. The students were accompanied by Er. Gagandeep Singh Dhaliwal (Assistant Professor, ECE) & Mr. Bishnu Dutt (Lab Technician, ECE) who shared their knowledge and experience. Er. Amandeep Singh (HOD, ECE) said that these kind of industrial visits help the students to understand the actual practical implementation of the concepts which they are studying theoretically.
Industrial Visit to Telcocrats, Mohali
The ECE department of Lyallpur Khalsa College of engineering arranged an industrial visit related to Latest Wireless Communication Systems organized by Telcocrats Pvt.Ltd., Mohali. The purpose of this visit was to provide exposure to students about industrial environment and futuristic trends in the field of wireless communication. The students were made aware about the telecommunication technologies i.e. VLSI, BTS, UMTS, GSM, CDMA, 2G and 3G. The Company's Engineer provided a deep insight about the future implementation details of 4G.The students were accompanied by Er. Rajdeep Singh, Er. Pallavi Sharma (Asstt. Professors, ECE) and Engineering team of Telcocrats, who shared their knowledge and experience.
One day Workshop on "Advanced Embedded Systems" by Itronix Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Jalandhar
Expert Er. Karan Arora delivered lecture and enlightened students in the field of Linux Embedded Programming and device drivers' development. He also explained the basics of various microcontrollers such as 8051, PIC, AVR, Arduino and friendly ARM. This workshop provided platform for students and faculty members to exchange ideas on various programming techniques. The workshop was organized by joint efforts of Dr. Amandeep Singh (HOD, ECE) and Er. Silky Khurana (AP, ECE). Such types of workshops are so much helpful in bridging the gap between Academia and Industries by enhancing the employability skills of the students.
Expert talk on "Role of Embedded systems in Automobiles"
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering organized an expert talk on "Role of Embedded Systems in Automobiles". Dr. Amandeep Singh, Head, ECE shared his views related to the Innovations in Engineering. He explained that students can avail opportunities only if they are equipped with talent. The experts, Er. Karan Arora and Mr. Varun Nayyar from Itronix Solutions Pvt. Ltd. explained the basics of Embedded Systems and provided demonstration related to Applications of Advanced Embedded Systems in Automobiles. This expert talk explored a platform for students of both the departments, so that they can understand various aspects like how to control the different mechanisms using Text and Speech through Bluetooth/WiFi Communication Technologies. They motivated the students to develop some collaborative engineering projects which should be beneficial for the nation. Moreover, this workshop was an initiative to enhance the technical skills of students, so that they can be employable in prestigious organizations. The students of both the departments actively participated in the event. At last, Dr. Sukhraj Singh, Head, ME presented vote of thanks to Experts of Itronix Solutions Pvt. Ltd. for the valuable session they delivered.