Academic Programmes

An elaborate list of our research-oriented academic programmes

Course Structural Scheme

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Program Outcomes

The students of undergraduate program in Electronics and Communication Engineering will have

A. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  • A1. Applying mathematics (calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, transforms etc.) to obtain analytical and numerical solutions.
  • A2. Demonstrate knowledge of fundamentals, scientific and/or engineering principles.
  • A3. Applying scientific and/or engineering principles towards solving engineering problems.
  • A4. Applying statistical methods in analyzing data.

B. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

  • B1. Identifying the constraints, assumptions and models for the experiments -
  • B2. Use appropriate equipment and techniques for data collection.
  • B3. Analyze experimental data using appropriate tools and/or statistical tools.
  • B4. Validate experimental results with respect to assumptions, constraints and theory.

C. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

  • C1. Analyze needs to produce problem definition for electronics and communication systems.
  • C2. Carries out design process to satisfy project requirement for electronics and communication systems
  • C3. Can work within realistic constraints in realizing systems.
  • C4. Can build prototypes that meet design specifications.

D. an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

  • D1. Shares responsibility and information schedule with others in team
  • D2. Participates in the development and selection of ideas.

E. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

  • E1. Classifies information to identify engineering problems.
  • E2. Develop appropriate models to formulate solutions.
  • E3. Uses analytical, computational and/or experimental methods to obtain solutions.

F. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

  • F1. Evaluates ethical issues that may occur in professional practice using professional codes of ethics.
  • F2. Interacts with industry, project sponsors, professional societies and/or communities in a professional manner.

G. an ability to communicate effectively.

  • G1. Produce a variety of documents such as laboratory or project reports using appropriate formats and grammar with discipline specific conventions including citations.
  • G2. Deliver well organized, logical oral presentation, including good explanations when questioned.

H. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

  • H1. Aware of societal and global changes that engineering innovations may cause.
  • H2. Examines economics tradeoffs in engineering systems.
  • H3. Evaluates engineering solutions that consider environmental factors.

I. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

  • I1. Able to use resources to learn new devices and systems, not taught in class.
  • I2. Ability to list sources for continuing education opportunities.
  • I3. Recognizes the need to accept personal responsibility for learning and of the importance of life long learning.

J. a knowledge of contemporary issues.

  • J1. Describes the importance of contemporary issues.
  • J2. Describes the impact of engineering decisions on energy resources/environment.

K. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

  • K1. Able to operate engineering equipments
  • K2. Able to program engineering devices.
  • K3. Able to use electronic devices, circuits and systems modelingsoftwares for engineering applications.
  • K4. Able to analyze engineering problems using software tools.

Course Structural Scheme

Click Here to download 2019 Scheme PDF

Click Here to download 2018 Scheme PDF

Click Here to download 2017 Scheme PDF

Program Outcomes

The students of undergraduate program in Electronics and Communication Engineering will have

A. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  • A1. Applying mathematics (calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, transforms etc.) to obtain analytical and numerical solutions.
  • A2. Demonstrate knowledge of fundamentals, scientific and/or engineering principles.
  • A3. Applying scientific and/or engineering principles towards solving engineering problems.
  • A4. Applying statistical methods in analyzing data.

B. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

  • B1. Identifying the constraints, assumptions and models for the experiments -
  • B2. Use appropriate equipment and techniques for data collection.
  • B3. Analyze experimental data using appropriate tools and/or statistical tools.
  • B4. Validate experimental results with respect to assumptions, constraints and theory.

C. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

  • C1. Analyze needs to produce problem definition for electronics and communication systems.
  • C2. Carries out design process to satisfy project requirement for electronics and communication systems
  • C3. Can work within realistic constraints in realizing systems.
  • C4. Can build prototypes that meet design specifications.

D. an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

  • D1. Shares responsibility and information schedule with others in team
  • D2. Participates in the development and selection of ideas.

E. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

  • E1. Classifies information to identify engineering problems.
  • E2. Develop appropriate models to formulate solutions.
  • E3. Uses analytical, computational and/or experimental methods to obtain solutions.

F. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

  • F1. Evaluates ethical issues that may occur in professional practice using professional codes of ethics.
  • F2. Interacts with industry, project sponsors, professional societies and/or communities in a professional manner.

G. an ability to communicate effectively.

  • G1. Produce a variety of documents such as laboratory or project reports using appropriate formats and grammar with discipline specific conventions including citations.
  • G2. Deliver well organized, logical oral presentation, including good explanations when questioned.

H. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

  • H1. Aware of societal and global changes that engineering innovations may cause.
  • H2. Examines economics tradeoffs in engineering systems.
  • H3. Evaluates engineering solutions that consider environmental factors.

I. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

  • I1. Able to use resources to learn new devices and systems, not taught in class.
  • I2. Ability to list sources for continuing education opportunities.
  • I3. Recognizes the need to accept personal responsibility for learning and of the importance of life long learning.

J. a knowledge of contemporary issues.

  • J1. Describes the importance of contemporary issues.
  • J2. Describes the impact of engineering decisions on energy resources/environment.

K. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

  • K1. Able to operate engineering equipment
  • K2. Able to program engineering devices.
  • K3. Able to use electronic devices, circuits and systems modeling software for engineering applications.
  • K4. Able to analyze engineering problems using software tools.

Course Structural Scheme

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Program Outcomes

The Post Graduates of M. E. (ECE) will be able to:

  • To review, document and effectively communicate the knowledge as well as research developed by them and/or scholarly predecessors.
  • To design and conduct experiments, and/or analyze and interpret data.
  • To identify, formulate and solve engineering as well as technological problems.
  • To function in the multidisciplinary teams.
  • To understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
  • To recognize the need for life-long learning.
  • To use the techniques, skills and modern Electronics and Communication Engineering related design tools necessary for the engineering practice.
  • To analyze and design Electronics and Communication systems containing hardware as well as software components.

Course Structural Scheme

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Program Outcomes

The Post Graduates of M. Tech. (VLSI Design) will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.
  • Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions.
  • Communicate effectively on 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.
  • Conduct investigations of related problems including design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data.
  • Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • Design a system, component or process as per societal needs and specifications and also will be aware of contemporary issues.
  • Realize the need for self-education and ability for independent and life-long learning.
  • Use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  • Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

PhDs Awarded

2018

Sr.

No.

Name

Regn. No.

Topic

Name of the

Supervisor(s)

Date of Viva-

Voce

1.

Mr. Jadhav Tushar Ramhari

950906040

Design and Synthesis of Multiple View Volumetric 2D to 3D Reconstruction Technique and Its

Application

Dr. Kulbir Singh &

Dr. Aditya S Abhyankar

15.03.2018

2.

Ms. Geetanjali

951106007

Implementation of Multi- Frequency Antenna with Broadband Designs for

Wireless Applications

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

15.03.2018

3.

Mr. Ajeet Pratap Singh

950906033

Design and Implementation of Ultra Wideband Antenna with Multiple Notched Bands

Dr. Hardeep Singh

&

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

21.04.2018

4.

Ms. Kavita Bindra

901306005

Performance Evaluation and Analysis of Power Limited Cognitive Radios

Dr. Surbhi Sharma

&

Dr. Rajesh

Khanna

20.07.2018

5.

Mr. Varun Kumar

951106004

Design and Simulation of a Hybrid Optical Antenna on Engineered Silicon-on-

Insulator

Dr. Mukesh Kumar

13.08.2018

6.

Ms. Manu Bansal

951006005

Study and Analysis of Minimization  Algorithms

for VLSI Circuit Synthesis

Dr. Alpana Agarwal

12.10.2018

 

2017

Sr.

No.

Name

Regn. No.

Topic

Name of the

Supervisor(s)

Date of Viva-

Voce

1.

Ms. Sabhyata Uppal

950906007

Design of Improved Coding Schemes with LoW Peak to Average Power Ratio for

OFDM System

Dr. Sanjay Sharma & Dr. Hardeep

Singh

17.02.2017

2.

Mr. Balveer Painam

901306004

Design and Performance Analysis of Photonic Crystal Waveguide for Bio- Chemical Sensing

Applications

Dr. R. S. Kaler &

Dr. Mukesh Kumar

11.08.2017

3.

Mr. Ajay Sharma

950806008

Performance  Analysis of

Atmospheric Turbulence

Mitigation Techniques for

Free Space Optical Communication

Dr. R. S. Kaler

11.08.2017

4.

Mr. Garg Harish Kumar

951006003

Improved EEG Signal Analysis Techniques for Epileptic Spike Detection

and Artifact Excision

Dr. Amit Kumar Kohli

02.09.2017

5.

Ms. Shivani Pasricha

950806015

Efficient Design of Iterative Decoding Algorithm and Architecture for Channel

Coding

Dr. Sanjay Sharma

02.09.2017

6.

Mr. Ramnik Singh Randhawa

950906022

Design and Development of Optimized Cross Layer Framework for Wireless

Sensor Networks

Dr. A. K. Verma

28.10.2017

7.

Ms. Sakshi Aneja

901406005

Design and Analysis of Multilevel Coding Scheme with Cooperative Diversity for Improved System

Performance

Dr. Sanjay Sharma

28.10.2017

8.

Ms. Amanpreet Kaur

950906044

Study and Analysis of SEMG Signal for Enhancement of Above  Shoulder Myoelectric Arm

Functionality

Dr. Ravinder Agarwal

&

Dr. Amod Kumar

31.10.2017

9.

Mr. Supreet Singh

951206004

Performance Evaluation of Spectrum Sensing and RF Energy Harvesting for Congnitive Radios Based on

SDR

Dr. Surbhi Sharma

01.11.2017

10.

Ruchi

951106005

Synthesis and Optimization

of Time Modulated Antenna Array

Dr. Banani Basu

01.11.2017

11.

Ms. Harpreet Vohra

950906046

Efficient Test Solutions for System on Chip

Dr. Indranil Sen Gupta

&

Dr. Amandeep Singh

01.11.2017

12.

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Teotia

951306002

Performance Analysis of Surface Plasmon Resonance Waveguide for

Sensing Applications

Dr. R. S. Kaler

18.12.2017

 

2016

Sr.

No.

Name

Regn. No.

Topic

Name of the

Supervisor(s)

Date of Viva-

Voce

1.

Ms. Yugnanda

950906031

Performance Enhancement of Long Haul Ultra Dense WDM Systems

Dr. R. S. Kaler &

Dr. Enakshi

Sharma

06.01.2016

2.

Mr. Govind Singh Patel

950806009

Algorithm and Architecture Design of DDS Synthesizers for Improved Performance

of PLL

Dr. Sanjay Sharma

29.01.2016

3.

Mr. Pawan Kumar

Singh

950906011

Estimation of Noise in High

Performance VLSI Circuits

Dr. Sanjay

Sharma

12.02.2016

4.

Mr. Tarun Sharma

951106002

Design and Simulation of an Efficient Hybrid Plasmonic-Photonic

Waveguide

Dr. Mukesh Kumar

11.04.2016

5.

Ms. Teena Mittal

950906017

Speaker Dependent Hindi

Speech Recognition Using Optimized Classifiers

Dr. R. K. Sharma

29.07.2016

6.

Ms. Sukhdeep Kaur

950806017

Compact UWB Antenna Design for Personal Area Network Wireless

Applications

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

30.08.2016

7.

Ms. Amanpreet Kaur

950906043

Studies on Stacked Patch Antennas for WLAN Applications

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. M. V.

Kartikeyan

09.09.2016

8.

Mr. Anil Singh

901106001

Studies on OPAMP-Less Pipelined Analog to Digital Converter for Deep

Submicron Technologies

Dr. Alpana Agarwal

22.09.2016

9.

Mr. Deepak Batra

950906009

Designing of Enhanced Gain Aperture Coupled Dielectric Resonator

Antenna

Dr. A. K. Kohli &

Dr. Sanjay

Sharma

04.11.2016

10.

Mr. Rajesh Kumar

950906036

Gas Sensing Properties of Nanostructured Tin/Zinc Oxide Thin Films

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. G. L. Sharma

08.11.2016

 

2015

Sr.

No.

Name

Regn. No.

Topic

Name of the

Supervisor(s)

Date of Viva-

Voce

1.

Mr. Navneet Yadav

950906012

Robust Image-Adaptive Watermarking Scheme with Strength Factor

Analysis

Dr. Kulbir Singh

22.12.2015

2.

Mr. Dharmvir Jain

950906026

Design and Analysis of Dynamically Grouped Multilevel Space-Time

Trellis Code

Dr. Sanjay Sharma

31.10.2015

3.

Mr. Atul Bansal

950906023

Iris Recognition System for Some Clinical Applications

Dr. R. K. Sharma &

Dr. Ravinder

Agarwal

31.10.2015

4.

Ms. Amrita

950906016

Analysis and Design of Adaptive Volterra Filters for System  Identification in

Time-Varying Environment

Dr. Amit Kumar Kohli

31.10.2015

5.

Mr. Karmjit Singh Sandha

950906019

Modeling and Analysis of Temperature Dependence of Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes for VLSI

Interconnects

Dr. Balwinder Raj

26.10.2015

6.

Mr. Praveen Kumar Khosla

950906003

Design and Analysis of Velocimetry for Supersonic Sled System

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. Sanjay Sood

09.10.2015

7.

Mr. Davinder Parkash

950806004

Multiband Antenna Structures for Heterogeneous Wireless Systems with Improved

Performance

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

10.08.2015

8.

Mr. Ankush Kansal

950806005

Throughput Analysis of

OFDM Based Wireless System With FrFT

Dr. Kulbir Singh &

Dr. Rajiv Saxena

07.08.2015

9.

Ms. Sanmukh Kaur

950906024

Implementation of all Optical arithmetic and logic unit based on nonlinear properties of semiconductor optical

amplifiers

Dr. R. S. Kaler &

Dr. T. S. Kamal

24.06.2015

10.

Mr. Rakesh

950906025

Performance Analysis of Hybrid Passive Optical

Networks

Dr. R. S. Kaler &

Dr. T. S. Kamal

24.06.2015

11.

Mr. Paras Chawla

950806013

Performance Analysis of Frequency Reconfigurable

Antenna Using  RF MEMS

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

17.02.2015

 

2014

Sr.

No.

Name

Regn. No.

Topic

Name of the

Supervisor(s)

Date of Viva-

Voce

1.

Ms. Kiran Ahuja

950806010

Wireless Network Selection Algorithm for Multimedia Services in Heterogeneous Environment

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. Brahmjit Singh

19.11.2014

2.

Mr. Himanshu Monga

90706504

Performance Evaluation of Optical Code Division

Multiple Access System

Dr. R. S. Kaler

05.11.2014

3.

Ms. Nidhi

950906002

Performance Analysis and

Design of Fiber Gratings for Sensing Applications

Dr. R. S. Kaler &

Dr. Pawan Kapur

18.10.2014

4.

Mr. Simranjit Singh

951006009

Performance Optimization of Hybrid Optical Amplifiers for Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexed

System

Dr. R. S. Kaler

15.11.2014

5.

Mr. Nitin

951006002

Design and Implementation of Multiband and Broadband Microstrip Antennas for Wireless

Systems

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

15.11.2014

6.

Ms. Jaswinder Kaur Dhingra

950906027

Multi-Frequency Wideband Microstrip Patch Antenna For Wireless Applications

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. M. V.

Kartikeyan

11.10.2014

7.

Mr. Sanjeev Roshan Lal Dewra

900906005

Performance Analysis of DWDM Systems with Optical Add Drop Multiplexers and Optical

Cross Connects

Dr. R. S. Kaler &

Dr. Kuldeep Singh

14.10.2014

8.

Mr. Navdeep Goel

950906042

Studies on Convolution and Correlation Theorems for the Linear Canonical Transform and their applications in Signal

Processing

Dr. Kulbir Singh

15.09.2014

9.

Mr. Rajiv Kumar

90706502

Quality of Service Based vertical Handoff in Heterogeneous Wireless

Networks

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

29.08.2014

10.

Ms. Pooja

950806014

Design and Analysis of

Variable Digital Filters using

Fractional Fourier

Transform

Dr. Rajesh

Khanna

&

Dr. S. S. Bhatia

26.08.2014

11.

Mr. Simranjit Singh

950906047

Analysis and Performance Evaluation of Reception Schemes for Correlated MIMO System

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. Manjeet Singh Patterh

11.07.2014

12.

Mr. Rajeev Ratan

950906010

Design and Implementation of Efficient Structures for Digital Interpolators

Dr. Sanjay Sharma

&

Dr. Amit Kumar Kohli

08.07.2014

13.

Ms. Vishav Jyoti

900906001

Security Enhancement in Optical Code Division

Multiple Access Network

Dr. R. S. Kaler

30.06.2014

14.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar

950906014

Analysis and Design of Non Recursive Digital Differentiators in Fractional Domain for Signal

Processing Applications

Dr. Kulbir Singh &

Dr. Rajiv Saxena

22.03.2014

15.

Mr. Mayank Kumar Rai

950906018

Cross Talk Analysis in Carbon Nanotube Based VLSI Interconnects

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Late Dr. Sankar

Sarkar

08.03.2014

 

2013

Sr.

No.

Name

Regn. No.

Topic

Name of the

Supervisor(s)

Date of Viva-

Voce

1.

Ms. Neeru Jindal

90706503

Performance of Fractional Transforms in Image and

Video Processing

Dr. Kulbir Singh

26.12.2013

2.

Mr. Jagjit Kumar Sharma

90706501

Implementation and Performance Analysis of Various Techniques for snow cover Monitoring in

Western Himalayas

Dr. Rajesh Khanna

&

Dr. V. D. Mishra

12.11.2013

3.

Mr. Shyam Akashe

950806016

Low Power Memory Cell

Design

Dr. Sanjay

Sharma

25.10.2013

4.

Ms. Ruchi Pasricha

950806007

Digital Compensation for the Non-Linearity of RF Amplifiers in Wideband

Wireless Applications

Dr. Sanjay Sharma

04.10.2013