Women's College of Engineering & Technology

Estd: 2002 | Approved By AICTE | Affiliated to JNTUH | Permitted by Govt of T.S| Registered
with NSS | Member of National Digital Library| Institutional Member of Oracle Academy
| Member of NPTEL(SWAYAM), MHRD | Enrolled in J-HUB | Participated in N I R F,
MHRD | Enrolled in Unnat Bharat Abhiyan.

B.Tech. ECE Course

B.Tech. ECE

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To inculcate academic excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering Education and Research and turn out students into competent professionals to serve society.


1. To provide quality education by optimal utilization of resources.
2. To provide a framework for a professional career, higher education and research activities.
3. To instil the spirit of positive attitude, ethical practices, service to society and life-long learning.


Why Should I Study Electronics and Communication Engineering?

The world has become smaller thanks to electronics and communication. Just a few decades ago, it would have seemed impossible for one to communicate with someone halfway across the world in real-time, that too at an affordable price, but here we are. Today, we can, not only talk but also video chat free of cost with someone halfway across the world. We have electronics and communication engineers to be thanked for this. Electronics and communication engineering (ECE) is more of a blanket term. It actually encompasses many specializations under it like consumer electronics, analog electronics, digital electronics and more. Electronic communication engineers can be defined as engineers who research, develop and make modern-day electronic devices and communication systems. Therefore, you can judge how important this profession is.

What will I Learn?

The most important benefit that the Electronics and Communication branch provides you is the freedom to drift between hardware field and software field. Furthermore, this is also the reason that a lot of industries choose to prefer Electronics and Communications engineers over other engineers. During the four years of Electronics and Communication Engineering, students gain the knowledge of both the hardware and the software aspects.

While they learn about electronic circuits, devices, and communication systems, they also learn about embedded systems, programming languages, and assembly languages. An Electronics and Communication Engineer, who has knowledge about the hardware field, and also has a grip over some computer languages, will be more successful during his career than another student who is proficient only in the software field. Hence, Electronics and Communication Engineers can switch from hardware to software field, but it is not the other way around.


A fine blend of highly experienced and young faculty members with 5 doctorates
Use of various active learning methods and aids to enable joyful learning and a better understanding.
Industrial visits, in-plant-trainings and internships during end semester vacations to bridge the gap between industry and academia.
Active participation of Students in Symposiums, workshops and events conducted by other reputed institutions and various industries led technical competitions.
Motivation to write and publish research articles in reputed Journals.