Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology University - PEOs

PEO1:- Ability to have successful careers in Electronics and Communication Engineering as well as associated emerging fields pertaining to the modern technology; and graduating students will be able to work with inter-disciplinary groups in professional, industrial and research organizations.

  • PEO 1.1. Progress in professional career
  • PEO 1.2. Higher education
  • PEO 1.3. Professional conduct and interpersonal skills

PEO2:- Ability to develop capabilities in experimental /theoretical/simulation based research methods, analysis of data, and drawing relevant conclusions for the scholarly writing and presentation.

  • PEO 2.1. Capability of doing research
  • PEO 2.2. Design and develop economically feasible solutions
  • PEO 2.3. Communicating the research outputs
Viability
  • The department has faculty with research expertise in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • The department has adequate academic as well as research infrastructure for the M.E.-ECE programme, which includes latest equipments and software tools in laboratories
  • The industrial and research organizational visits are organized for the placements of the students in the aforementioned programme
  • The department has access to a number of relevant reputed international / national journals / transactions
  • The departmental financial aid to innovative students to carry out research work for projects
  • The department has veteran faculty to develop / induce skills in the students through workshops / short-term training programmes and discussions
Programme Outcomes (POs) for M.E. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

POs describe what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the programme. After the completion of course work, the students of M.E. (Electronics and Communication Engineering) will be able

  • a.  to review, document and effectively communicate the knowledge as well as research developed by them and/or scholarly predecessors
  • b. to design and conduct experiments, and/or analyze and interpret data
  • c. to identify, formulate and solve engineering as well as technological problems
  • d. to function in the multidisciplinary teams
  • e. to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context
  • f. to recognize the need for life-long learning
  • g. to use the techniques, skills and modern Electronics and Communication Engineering related design tools necessary for the engineering practice
  • h. to analyze and design Electronics and Communication systems containing hardware as well as software components