M.Tech. ECE
Year Started : 2013

Sanctioned intake : 24

Vision

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

Mission

  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.

Highlights

Promoting scientific temper and research thinking in the postgraduates to obtain the solution for unsolved engineering problems towards life long learning, earning and contexts of society in industry environment

Achievements

Our Students were able to write publication by themselves and published in UGC certified journal.

Course Outcomes (CO) R15

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION(R15)

M.Tech  – Digital System and Computer Electronics

Course Outcomes (COs)

Year 1 – Semester 1

Subject code

Course Name

CO Number

Outcomes

5206AA

VLSI Technology and Design

CO1

Review of FET fundamentals for VLSI design.

CO2

To acquires knowledge about stick diagrams and layouts.

CO3

Enable to design the subsystems based on VLSI concepts

CO4

To expose fabrication methods, layout and design rules.

CO5

To know about VLSI Design constraints

       

5206AB

Digital System Design

CO1

Understand the fundamental concepts and techniques used in digital electronics.

CO2

Explain the working mechanism and design guidelines of different combinational and sequential circuits.

CO3

Illustrate reduction of logical expressions using Boolean algebra and k-map

CO4

Classify different logic families, semiconductor memories and PLD device

CO5

Implement Digital Logic circuits using VHDL and functions using logic gates.

       

5206AC

Advanced Data Communication

CO1

 Understand the concepts of Networks and data link layer.

CO2

 Acquire the knowledge of error detection, forward and reverse error correction techniques.

CO3

. Compare the performance of different MAC protocols like Aloha, CSMA, CSMA/CA, TDMA, FDMA & CDMA.

CO4

To  understand  Switching circuits, Multiplexing and Spectrum Spreading techniques for data

transmission

CO5

Understand the significance of Switching circuits and characteristics of Wired LANs

       

5206AF

Embedded

System Design

CO1

Expected to differentiate the design requirements between General Purpose and Embedded Systems.

CO2

 Expected to acquire the knowledge of firmware design principles.

CO3

 Expected to understand the role of Real Time Operating System in Embedded Design.

CO4

To understand the requirement of Embedded firmware a

CO5

To acquire the knowledge and experience of task level Communication in any Embedded System

       

5206AK

Coding Theory

 and Techniques

CO1

Comprehend probability and statistics in Information Theory..

CO2

Evaluate the performance of source coding algorithms such as Huffman, Arithmetic and dictionary techniques.

CO3

 Analyze BER performance with block codes and convolutional codes in AWGN.

CO4

Evaluate the performance of the communication system with Iterative decoding in AWGN for Turbo codes and LDPC codes

CO5

Obtain knowledge in designing various codes like block codes, cyclic codes, convolution codes, turbo codes and space codes.

       

520605

Modeling and

 Simulation Lab

CO1

To know the   Design and Simulation of adder, Serial Binary Adder, Multi Precession Adder, Carry

Look Ahead Adder, of 2-to-4 decoder, 8-to-3 encoder (without and with parity)  8-to-1 multiplexer bit binary to gray converter  Multiplexer/ Demultiplexer, comparator Full adder using 3 modeling styles

CO2

To provide familiarity to design approaches using VERILOG programming using VHDL

CO3

To provide familiarity to  simulation approaches using verilog programming for digital circuits

CO4

To provide familiarity to the implementation approaches using verilog programming for SR, D, JK, T 4-bit binary, BCD counters (synchronous/ asynchronous reset) or any sequence counter  a N- bit Register of Serial- in Serial –out, Serial in parallel out, Parallel in Serial out and Parallel in Parallel Out.

CO5

To provide familiarity to the backend approaches using verilog programming for digital circuits

       

520603

Seminar

CO1

Identify a topic

CO2

Collect literature

CO3

Present seminar

CO4

Discuss the queries

                            Year 1 – Semester 2

5206AA

Advanced Computer Architecture

CO1

Understand advanced computer architecture aspects

CO2

 Describe and explain instruction level parallelism with static scheduling, out-of-order execution and network-on-chip architectures.

CO3

 Understand the architecture and limitations of chip-multiprocessing

CO4

 Explain in detail about time-predictable computer architecture

CO5

Understand the operation of modern CPUs including pipelining, memory systems and busses, Design and emulate a single cycle or pipelined CPU by given specifications using Hardware Description Language (HDL). , Write reports and make presentations of computer architecture projects

       

5206AQ

Digital Signal

Processors and

 Architectures

CO1

Expected to learn various Digital Signal Processors and their architectural features..

CO2

To give practical examples of DSP Processor architectures for better understanding

CO3

To develop the programming knowledge using Instruction set of DSP Processors.

CO4

To understand interfacing techniques to memory and I/O devices

CO5

To recall digital transform techniques.

       

5206AR

Real Time

Operating

Systems

CO1

Explain the concepts of UNIX operating systems

CO2

Contrast Concepts of real time operating systems with GPOS..

CO3

 Define Objects services and IO subsystems

CO4

Instantiating with Exceptions, Interrupts and Timer operations built in RTOS.

CO5

 Compare various Real Time OS. Illustrate case study of RT Linux, uC/OS-II, Vx Works, Embedded Linux

       

5206AP

Low Power VLSI Design

CO1

The student will get to know the basics and advanced techniques in low power design which is a hot topic in today’s market where the power plays major role

CO2

 The reduction in power dissipation by an IC earns a lot including reduction in size, cost and etc.

CO3

Identify sources of power in an IC.

CO4

 Identify the power reduction techniques based on technology independent and technology dependent Power dissipation mechanism in various MOS logic style.

CO5

 Identify suitable techniques to reduce the power dissipation

5206AG

Network

Security and

Cryptography

CO1

Describe computer and network security fundamental concepts and principles

CO2

 Identify and assess different types of threats, malware, spyware, viruses, vulnerabilities

CO3

 Encrypt and decrypt messages using block ciphers,. Describe the inner-workings of today’s remote exploitation and penetration techniques

CO4

Describe the inner-workings of popular encryption algorithms, digital signatures, certificates, anti-cracking techniques, and copy-right protections. Demonstrate the ability to select among available network security technology and protocols such as IDS, IPS, firewalls, SSL, SSH, IPSec, TLS, VPNs, etc.

CO5

 Analyze key agreement algorithms to identify their weakness

       

5206BA

Adhoc Wireless Networks

CO1

Acquire the knowledge about Wireless LANs, Bluetooth and WiMAX standards, architecture and their sub-layers..

CO2

 Understand congestion control mechanisms and techniques to improve Quality of Service in switched networks

CO3

Get the basic concepts of Ad hoc wireless networks and its protocols and issues related to QoS, energy management, scalability and Security

CO4

 Explain about Wireless Sensor Network architecture, data dissemination & data gathering techniques and will be able to address the issues and challenges in designing Sensor Networks

CO5

To learn the concepts of Wireless Sensor Networks, architecture and various data dissemination and data gathering techniques

       

520606

Embedded Systems Lab

CO1

 To learn Functional Testing Of Devices

CO2

 To know GPIO Programmingof available

CO3

 To  write program ON/OFF Control Based On Light Intensity, Battery Voltage Range Indicator

CO4

To know the light sensors, monitor the surrounding light intensity & automatically turn ON/OFF thehigh intensity LED’s by taking some pre-defined threshold light intensity value.

CO5

To write program forHosting a website on Board, Dice Game Simulation  ,FM Transmission

       

520604

Seminar

CO1

Establish motivation for any topic of interest and develop a thought process for technical presentation.

CO2

Organize a detailed literature survey and build a document with respect to technical publications.

CO3

Analysis and comprehension of proof-of-concept and related data

CO4

Effective presentation and improve soft skills.

CO5

Make use of new and recent technology (e.g. Latex) for creating technical reports

Year 2 – Semester 1

Subject code

Course Name

CO Number

Outcomes

520605

Comprehensive Viva-Voce

CO1

Demonstrate knowledge in the program domain

CO2

Present his views cogently and precisely.

CO3

Exhibit professional etiquette suitable for career progression

CO4

Reproduce confidence and strength to display integrated understanding of the courses we studied.

CO5

Examine technical knowledge in most effective manner.

       

520607

Project work Review I

CO1

Identify a research topic

CO2

Collect literature

CO3

Write technical review paper

CO4

Present seminar

CO5

Discuss the queries and Publish research paper

Year 2 – SEMESTER 2

520608

Project work Review II

1

Critically and theoretically analyze the systems/products they are going to design or develop

2

Apply the theoretical knowledge gained to bring out innovative products

3

Effectively communicate in a variety of forms including written, visual, verbal, online and technical literacy.

4

Work and participate as effective members in a group within a professional environment.

5

Develop an ongoing critical awareness of learning needs in the application of appropriate technologies. Gain as much knowledge and experience in areas of the area of Digital Systems and Computer Electronics

           
       

520609

Project Evaluation (Viva-Voce)

1

Review the literature and develop solutions for framed problem statement.

2

 Implement hardware and/or software techniques for identified problems.

3

 Test and analyze the modules of planned project.

4

Write technical report and deliver presentation.

5

Apply engineering and management principles to achieve project goal. .

Course Outcomes (CO) R19

DEPARTMENT OF ECE
M.Tech– Digital System and Computer Engineering

1st and 2nd Year

Semester 1 – 1

Subject code

Course Name

CO Number

Course Outcomes

Core – I

Digital Systems Design with PLDs

1

To understands the minimization of Finite state machine.

2

To exposes the design approaches using ROM’s, PAL’s and PLA’s.

3

To provide in depth understanding of Fault models.

4

To understands test pattern generation techniques for fault detection,design fault diagnosis in sequential circuits

5

To provide exposure to various CPLDS and FPGAS available in market

Core – II

VLSI Technology and Design

1

Review of FET fundamentals for VLSI design.

2

To acquires knowledge about stick diagrams and layouts.

3

Enable to design the subsystems based on VLSI concepts

4

To expose fabrication methods, layout and design rules.

5

To know about VLSI Design constraints

PE – I

Embedded Systems Design (PE – I)

1

Expected to differentiate the design requirements between General Purpose and Embedded Systems.

2

Expected to acquire the knowledge of firmware design principles.

3

Expected to understand the role of Real Time Operating System in Embedded Design.

4

To understand the requirement of Embedded firmware a

5

To acquire the knowledge and experience of task level Communication in any Embedded System

PE – II

Advanced Data Communications (PE – II)

1

Understand the concepts of Networks and data link layer.

2

Acquire the knowledge of error detection, forward and reverse error correction techniques.

3

Compare the performance of different MAC protocols like Aloha, CSMA, CSMA/CA, TDMA, FDMA & CDMA.

4

To  understand  Switching circuits, Multiplexing and Spectrum Spreading techniques for data transmission

5

Understand the significance of Switching circuits and characteristics of Wired LANs

 

Research Methodology and IPR

1

Understand research problem formulation.

2

Analyze research related information

3

Follow research ethics

4

Understand that today’s world is controlled by Computer, Information Technology, but tomorrow world will be ruled by ideas, concept, and creativity

5

Understand that IPR protection provides an incentive to inventors for further research work and investment in R & D, which leads to creation of new and better products, and in turn brings about, economic growth and social benefits.

 

Digital System Design Lab

(Lab – I)

1

To exposes the design approaches using ICS ROM’s, PAL’s and PLA’s

2

To exposes the design approaches using VERILOG programming using vhdl

3

To exposes the simulation approaches using verilog programming for digital circuits

4

To exposes the implementation approaches using verilog programming for digital circuits

 

Scripting Languages Lab (Lab – II)

1

Students should install Python on Linux platform.

2

Students should learn Python on Linux platform.

3

Students should learn script named copyfile.py Python on Linux platform and also

4

 To demonstrate working with tuples in python.
To find factorial of a number using Recursion.

Audit Course – I

English for Research Paper Writing (Audit Course – I )

1

Understand that how to improve your writing skills and level of readability

2

Learn about what to write in each section

3

Understand the skills needed when writing a Title Ensure the good quality of paper at very first-time submission

4

Understand that how to improve your writing skills and level of readability

5

Understand that how to improve your remembering skills

SEMESTER 1 – 2

Core – III

Advanced Computer Architecture

(PC – III)

1

Examine software support for ILP, including VLIW and similar approaches.

2

Teach memory hierarchy design issues, including caching and virtual memory approaches.

3

Explains multiprocessor and parallel processing architectures.

4

Gives the organization and design of contemporary processor architectures.

5

As the current trend in computer architecture is towards chip-multiprocessing, the architecture of shared memory multiprocessors and chip level interconnect (network-on-chip)

Core – IV

Design of Fault Tolerant Systems (PC – IV)

1

To acquire the knowledge of fundamental concepts in fault tolerant design.

2

To acquire the knowledge of design requirements of self check-in circuits.

3

To acquire the knowledge of test pattern generation using LFSR.

4

To acquire the knowledge of design for testability rules and techniques for combinational circuits.

5

To acquire the knowledge of scan architectures and design of built-in-self test.

PE – III

System on-Chip Architecture (PE – III)

1

Identify  a given problem in the framework of SoC based design approaches

2

To formulate a given problem in the framework of SoC based design approaches

3

Design SoC based system for engineering applications

4

Realize impact of SoC on electronic design philosophy skill development

5

Realize impact of SoC on Macro-electronics there by incline towards entrepreneurship

PE – IV

Low Power VLSI (PE – IV)

1

The student will get to know the basics and advanced techniques in low power design which is a hot topic in today’s market where the power plays major role

2

To  Identify sources of power in an IC

3

The reduction in power dissipation by an IC earns a lot including reduction in size, cost and etc.

4

To Identify suitable techniques to reduce the power dissipation.

5

Design adders, Multipliers and memory circuits with low power dissipation

Lab

Embedded Systems Lab (LAB – III)

1

To learn Functional Testing Of Devices

2

To know GPIO Programming and to write program ON/OFF Control Based On Light Intensity

3

To know  the light sensors, monitor the surrounding light intensity & automatically turn ON/OFF the high intensity LED’s by taking some pre-defined threshold light intensity value.

4

To write program forHosting a website on Board

Lab

Simulation Lab (LAB – IV)

1

To study the overview of EDA Tools Micro Wind / Cadence / Electric

2

To study the Dynamic Characteristics of CMOS Inverter

3

To study the Design and Simulation of Combinational Circuits

4

To  Design and Simulation of Sequential Circuits

5

To Design and Simulation of Source Follower Circuits

Audit Course – II

Pedagogy Studies

(Audit Course –  II)

1

What pedagogical practices are being used by teachers in formal and informal classrooms in developing countries

2

 What is the evidence on the effectiveness of these pedagogical practices, in what conditions, and with what population of learners

3

Identify critical evidence gaps to guide the development

4

 How can teacher education (curriculum and practicum) and the school curriculum and guidance materials best support effective pedagogy

5

 
 

Mini project with Seminar

1

To be able to apply some of the techniques/principles you have been taught

2

To carry out budget and time planning for the project.

3

To inculcate electronic hardware implementation skills by learning PCB artwork design using an appropriate EDA tool.

4

To follow correct grounding and shielding practices

5

To follow check  project carefully

SEMESTER 2 – 1

PE – V

Embedded Networks (PE – V)

1

Expected to acquire knowledge on communication protocols of connecting Embedded Systems

2

Emphasis on issues related to guided and unguided media with specific reference toEmbedded device level connectivity.

3

Expected to master the design level parameters of USB and CAN bus protocols.

4

Understand the design issues of Ethernet in Embedded networks.

5

Acquire the knowledge of wireless protocols in Embedded domain.

 

Waste To Energy

(Open Elective)

1

Understood and acquired fundamental knowledge on the science and engineering of energy technologies and systems

2

Acquired the expertise and skills required for energy auditing and management, economical calculation of energy cost, development

3

Implementation, maintenance of energy systems. Become capable of analysis and design of energy conversion systems.

4

Acquired skills in the scientific and technological communications and project preparation, planning and planning and implementation of energy projects

5

To produce energy professionals, who are sensitive to, and well aware of, the energy issues and concerns, and who can apply their specialized knowledge for the sustainable development

 

Dissertation Work Review – II

1

To get  form and critique knowledge from research studies

2

Identify and investigate a project based on  problem

3

To apply an appropriate research design and associated methods rigorously

4

Conduct the research project in an ethical fashion

5

Draw appropriate conclusions and indicate the significance of the findings for educational practice and research

SEMESTER 2 – 2

 

Dissertation Work Review – III

1

Demonstrate knowledge in the program domain.

2

Present his views cogently and precisely.

3

Exhibit professional etiquette suitable for career progression

4

To compile relevant data, interpret & analyze it and test the hypotheses wherever applicable

5

to create a logically coherent project report and will be able to defend his / her work in front of a panel of examiners