Electical and communication Engineering is excel in the field of technology. Here, our students are trained in both software and hardware skills and basic Inputs are provided by well experienced faculties to make them self-confident to work in industry and get encouragement for higher studies & research. This department was established in the year 2010 and creating well trained diploma engineers.

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab:

        Laboratory is special and well equipped with the latest signal generators, oscilloscopes, digital trainer kits and measuring instruments. Students of various branches design and test their analog/digital/mixed signals, digital circuits as part of their curriculum.

Communication Engineering lab:

        Communication Engineering Laboratory focuses on training the students in both analog and digital transmission/reception of signal. The students here start in the analog area by constructing the circuits of amplitude modulation, frequency modulation and phase modulation. The other important area of analog signal processing is the phase locked loop.

Microprocessor and Controller Lab:

        Microprocessor laboratory is equipped with microprocessor kits and interfacing devices. The students achieve encoding skills in Assembly Language and Interfacing with various devices. The students have in-depth knowledge in writing and executing and 8051 Assembly Language programs.

Computer Hardware & Networking Lab:

        Establishing a computer network allows computers to communicate with one another. In a home setting, we can transfer files and share file folders with another computer; we can attach a printer, scanner, copier or fax machine so that all computers attached to the network can use those devices without having to be individually connected to them. With a wireless network, you can eliminate cables and move freely about your home with a mobile device such as a laptop.

Digital Electronics Lab:

       Presenting  the properties of the real-life digital signals. Real digital signals are not as "beautiful" and rectangular shaped as the ones seen on course presentations and simulation waveforms. The real waveform of digital signals can be viewed by using an oscilloscope. Both digital and analog oscilloscopes have advantages and disadvantages when it comes to the investigation of digital signals, but the oscilloscope will remain an essential tool in the praxis of an electrical engineer, even in the "age of  virtualization".