The industry has witnessed an explosive growth in the field of electronics in the recent years. India has institutions that are deeply rooted in the principles of democracy and Justice. This ensures a transparent, predictable and secure environment for development of electronics field. The Indian market presents a unique opportunity as compared to developed countries, hence increasing the attractiveness of the Indian market. In the engineering field, electronics branch is one of the most significant as it reflects today's changing technology. It has become a must-know field as it forms the base for all other engineering branches.
Electronic industry at about $1.75 million is one of largest and fastest growing industry in the world. The demand in India is expected to be $450 billion by 2020. The National Electronic mission with industry participation is now named as ‘Department of Electronics and Information Technology (Deity)
National Policy on Electronics (2012) is formulated by Government of India to boost India’s Electronic System and Design manufacturing industry and improve its share in global market.
With objectives of policy aiming to build on emerging chip design and embedded software industry, incubate $400 million in ESDM sector and to satisfy the demand for skilled workers in this sector, it is predicted that this strategy will employ over 2.8crore people over the next 8 years.
To comply with the present day requirements & keep pace with the recent technology, the course is designed to provide the students with technical know-how. The department therefore aims to ensure that the students excel in hardware as well as software technologies. The department has post-graduate course leading to M. Tech. Electronics (VLSI) which focuses on the theory, design, implementation and application of this upcoming technology in technical context. The department also runs Ph.D. program. The Under graduate course is twice accredited by NBA.
College has established MOU with Eduvance and Gaatsis to set up ‘Excellence in Embedded system’ laboratory. Under this collaboration hardware kits are provided by Cypress semiconductors and ARM University Program to undertaker projects in embedded applications.
Eminent personalities from industries are invited in the program ‘Saturday@BV’ to interact with students to share their professional experience:
Students actively participate and look forward to this interaction which gives them guidance to their career.
The Student body ‘Electronics student Association’ has been actively involved in different technical activities & extracurricular activities .These Activities help students to build showcase their talent and built personality.
Half yearly News letter of ESA is published to highlight activities of Department.
Students actively participated and look forward to this interaction which gives them guidance to their career.
As a part of curriculum, Sem-VII students have to compulsory undergo industrial training. Different reputed companies are assigned to the students from department.
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