Master of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering by Research
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
After completion of this program successfully, the graduates will be able to
PEO 1: Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving abilities to handle the real world problems by applying theoretical foundations and practical skills in different fields of Electronics and Communication Engineering
PEO 2: Exhibit proficiency in understanding the State of the Art Research in ECE and allied areas as well as research aptitude, analytical skills to further the State of the Art
PEO 3: Exhibit creative abilities to formulate novel and relevant research problems, themes and find meaningful ways to solve them, and demonstrate affinity towards collaborative research and engagement with peers.
PEO 4: Demonstrate the ability for deeper and analytical interpretations of both foundational and applied problems, a proactively towards developing and adapting new technology and to be constantly engaged in innovation and development.
Program Outcomes (POs)
After completion of Master of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering, the Post Graduates will be able to:
PO1: Engineering Challenges: Handle unstructured real-world problems and challenges that require foundational, analytical skills as well as systems perspective.
PO2: Large Scale and Long Scale Problem Solving: Exhibit ease and comfort to handle problems that require persistent engagement over time as well as in scale and demonstrate adequate mental stamina and clarity over temporally long durations for problems for which solutions mature with time
PO3: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO4: Research Abilities: Develop a healthy understanding of the current state of the art research, formulate novel frameworks/approaches to advance the state of the art, exhibit versatility in verifying the formulated approaches through simulation and experiments.
PO5: Collaboration with Peers, Teamwork: Recognize the positive influence of collaboration to execute complex research and engineering tasks and actively engage in collaboration and teamwork within and outside of the institute to advance the state of the art of knowledge.
PO6: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1: Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge and practical skills of circuit design and analysis, IC design techniques and implement new designs and formulate Problems in the thrust areas of analog, RF, digital and mixed signal VLSI design.
PSO2: Demonstrate conceptual understanding of signal processing and communications and their applications in real world systems and solve the problems in the emerging areas of wireless communications, signal Processing, coding theory, wireless networks and internet of things.
PSO3: Apply the knowledge of the main components of IoT architecture for real-world applications.
PSO4: Apply the principles and algorithms of Robotics to solve pedagogical as well as mature problems either by simulations using advanced simulators and software and wherever possible on real hardware.
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