B. Tech. Electronics and Communication Engineering 180
B. Tech. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering 60
M. Tech. Electronics and Communication Engineering 18

The Electronics and Communication stream represents two fastest growing technology areas in view of exponential growth taking place in our country. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) involves researching, designing, developing and testing of electronic equipment used in various systems. Electronics and Communication Engineering is also considered as the backbone of the modern communication system. In the current scenario, modern applications like the Internet of Things (IoT), Robotics, and Embedded Systems are highly dependent on the knowledge of ECE. Electronics and Communications engineers also conceptualize and oversee the manufacturing of communications and broadcast systems. It has an important role from defence sector to space programs to the basic need of human beings including the internet to the entertainment industry. Electronics and Communication Engineering has a wide scope as compared to other.

There are numerous opportunities to build a career after completing the engineering course in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. An individual can make his/her career in IT industry, defence, telecommunications, electronic and hardware manufacturing, embedded systems development, software development, power sector, TV and music industry, automobiles, space communications, home appliances development, electronic security systems, mobile phones testing and development, communication protocols development and optical communications development among others.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at AKGEC was established in 1998. The department provides an outstanding research environment complemented by excellence in teaching. Ever since its inception, the department has been a pioneering academic centre for technical education, research and innovation in all major areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

The department is organized in tune with these latest developments in terms of curriculum, well-qualified faculty and the state-of-the-art labs for B.Tech. (UG course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering along with M.Tech. (PG course) in Electronics & Communication Engineering. Approved intake of B.Tech. (ECE) course is 180 students and for the M.Tech. (ECE) course it is 18 students.

The department has adequate number of laboratories as per requirement (strength of students in the department and number of practical courses mentioned in syllabus scheme). These laboratories are fully equipped with latest / modern hardware kits / equipments, software tools and consumables. ECE labs have all the basic as well as advanced level facilities to fulfill the requirements of UG, PG and PhD level courses. These laboratories are fully utilized by the students and faculty members of ECE department for performing the practical experiments, doing the Project Work and Research Activities (R & D). One dedicated Lab Staff member is always present in each laboratory room. Responsibility of each lab room also has been assigned to a Faculty Lab Incharge to ensure regular maintenance and up-gradation of laboratories. ECE department also has established Texas Instruments-Centre of Excellence Lab, NI-LabVIEW Academy, Virtual Lab (with IIT Kanpur) and IoT Lab etc in collaboration with reputed industries and academic institutes.

The department has its technical society-Phoenix. The society organizes many technical competitions, quizzes, technical seminars, mock interviews, aptitude tests, project exhibition and technical paper presentation etc for the students. ECE department also has an active IEEE-Communication Society student branch chapter for organizing / participating various events at international level.

B. Tech. ECE is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA).


National Board of Accreditation (NBA)

Vision & Mission


To supplement intellect with the right skills & knowledge so as to nurture Electronics & Communication experts of tomorrow.


M1: To ensure that students acquire and sustain the right theoretical and practical electronics and communication engineering knowledge.
M2: To keep the students updated with the current Electronics and Communication Engineering developments.
M3: To assist the students to become global engineers to meet the relevant and timely needs of the society.

PEOs, POs and PSOs

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of ECE Department

PEO 1.
Engineering Graduates will excel in Electronics & Communication fields both in the industry and academics by analyzing the requirement technically and applying their knowledge in a professional manner.

PEO 2.
Will enable Engineering graduates effectively solve engineering problems and develop through research advanced Electronics & Communication devices and products.

PEO 3.
Engineering graduates will be capable of applying their knowledge both individually and as part of a team. They will be able to effectively communicate the same through the required media.

PEO 4.
Graduates will be capable of realizing the untoward and hazardous impacts of their contributions/innovations and keep ethical and societal values and responsibilities before individual achievements.

PEO 5.
Keep pace with the ongoing improvements and advancements in the field of Electronics & Communication and not only incorporate but carry forward the same.

Program Outcomes (POs) of ECE Department

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO 1.
Engineering knowledge :- Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems.

PO 2.
Problem analysis :- Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO 3.
Design/development of solutions :- Design solutions for complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4.
Conduct investigations of complex problems :- Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5.
Modern tool usage :- Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO 6.
The engineer and society :- Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7.
Environment and sustainability :- Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO 8.
Ethics :- Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9.
Individual and team work :- Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO 10.
Communication :- Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11.
Project management and finance :- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12.
Life-long learning :- Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological changes in the field of Electronics and Communication.


PSO 1.
Graduates of the program will be able to analyze real world engineering problems in the field of Electronics and Communication engineering.

PSO 2.
Graduates of the program will be able to design and develop systems/processes based on core concepts of Electronics and Communication engineering to provide solution to multidisciplinary engineering problems.


Prof. (Dr.) Neelesh Kumar Gupta, obtained Ph.D in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi Technical University (RGTU), Bhopal (M.P.) – India. He has more than 19 years of teaching experience in reputed technical institutes. Presently, Dr. Neelesh Kumar Gupta is working as Professor & HoD of Electronics and Communication Engineering Department at Ajay Kumar Garg Engineering College, Ghaziabad (U.P.)-India. Earlier he served in TRUBA Institute of Engineering and Information Technology, Bhopal as Prof. & HoD ECE. He completed his Graduation (B.E.) in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi Prodhyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), Bhopal (M.P.) in 2002 and his Post-Graduation (M.Tech) from prestigious Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal (M.P.) in 2007 with specialization in “Microwave and Millimetre Waves”.
His area of expertise/special interest includes Signal Processing, Communication Systems and Microwave Engineering. He has published more than 30 research papers in SCI, SCOPUS Indexed, UGC approved, Peer Reviewed / reputed journals. He also has over 51 publications in reputed International/ National Conference proceedings published by IEEE Explore and Springer etc. He has successfully guided 33 M.Tech scholars for Thesis / Dissertation as well guided many UG students for Projects. He also Co-authored a book titled as “Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering” for Tech-Max Publications, Pune.
Prof. (Dr.) Neelesh Kumar Gupta is an active member of several professional bodies / societies including IETE, New Delhi etc. He is the reviewer and editorial member of several International Journals of repute and also chaired Technical Sessions in many International Conferences. He has organized many National Conferences, FDPs, Technical Seminars and Workshops at the institute level. His Video Lectures have been broadcasted on Swayam Prabha Channel-15 and AKTU Digital Education Portal. He was honored with reputed “Guru Faculty Award”, with Best Teacher Award in Srijan-2015 and was also awarded by IETE on the occasion of Teachers Day.

Prof. (Dr.) Neelesh Kumar Gupta
B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D

ECE Faculty

ECE Department faculty members are motivated and encouraged for pursuing higher qualifications and attending Seminars / Workshops / Conferences and Faculty Development Programs in concerned Technical as well as Non-Technical areas.

Dr. Meenakshi Awasthi
Associate Professor

Dr. Seema Garg
Associate Professor

Ms. Sakshi Mittal
Assistant Professor

Ms. Nilufar Yasmin
Assistant Professor


Adequate and Well Equipped Laboratories of ECE Department

1. The department has adequate number of laboratories as per requirement (strength of students in the department and number of labs / practical courses mentioned in syllabus scheme of university (AKTU, Lucknow).

2. These laboratories are fully equipped with hardware kits / equipments, software tools and consumables.

3. These labs have all the basic as well as advanced level facilities to fulfill the requirements of UG, PG and PhD level courses.

4. These laboratories are utilized by the students and faculty members of ECE department for performing the practical experiments, doing the Project Work and Research Activities (R & D).

5. Adequate Budget is planned and expenditure is done from the allocated fund to ensure the repairing of faulty equipments, purchase of consumables, lab equipments / hardware kits and software tools.

6. One dedicated Lab Staff member is always present in each laboratory room. Responsibility of each lab room also has been assigned to a faculty Lab Incharge.

7. Department also has an Overall Lab Incharge to ensure the timely and proper completion of Lab Maintenance and Lab Purchase activities.

The department is equipped with the following labs (for Odd and Even Semesters)

B. Tech. (ECE)

1. Electronics Engineering Lab

2. Digital System Design Lab

3. Electronic Devices Lab

4. Signals System Lab

5. Analog Circuit Lab

6. Microprocessors Lab

7. Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

8. Communication Engineering (Analog & Digital Communication) Lab

9. Integrated Circuits Lab

10. Digital Signal Processing Lab

11. Control System Lab

12. Microwave Engg. Lab

13. CAD of Electronics Lab

14. Microcontrollers for Embedded Systems Lab

15. Optical Communication Lab

16. Electronics Circuit Design Lab

17. Project Lab

18. Virtual Lab

19. Texas Instruments Centre of Excellence (TI-CoE)

20. NI LabVIEW Academy

M. Tech (ECE)

1. Advanced Communication Lab

2. ECE System Modeling & Simulation Lab (R & D Lab)

3. VLSI Design & Simulation (R & D Lab)

Facilities available in ECE Department Laboratories

Name of Lab Name of

Lab Incharge

Name of

Lab Assistant

List of Equipment

CAD of Electronics Lab


VLSI R & D Lab

Mr. Anup


Mr. Kishanveer Singh Ø  Computer Systems

Ø  Software Tools & Kits:

(i)                University VIVADO System Edition S, UEF-SDSOC Software Simulation Tool (25 User) with Zed Board Kit (01)

(ii)             Mentor Graphics-Tanner EDA Software Tool with L-edit, S-edit, W-edit, T-Spice, DRC, LVS (35 User)

(iii)           CADENCE Virtuoso-University Bundle B3-Analog & Digital FE & BE Academic Suite (10 User)

(iv)           OrCAD University PSPICE & PCB Design Bundle (10 User)

(v)              XILINX ISE 10.1i (Multiuser) with SPARTAN III FPGA Kit (01)

(vi)           HP-Printer

(vii)         Professional Version of Visual TCAD & Genius (2D/3D) Device Simulator Systems Tool (01+03 User)

(viii)         SYMICA EDA (AMS)-Microelectronics Design Software Tool Kit (03+01 User)


PCB Design & Project Lab

Ms. Pragya


Mr. Rajkumar (i)                 Computer Systems

(ii)               PCB Prototype Machine with TINA Software

(iii)             PCB Design Software-SPRINT (Multiuser-05 Sets)

(iv)             PCB Making / Project Work related different machines / equipments: PCB Curing  Machine, Photo Resist Dip Coater, Double Side UV Exposure, PCB Drilling Machine, Shearing Machine, Roller Tinning Machine, PCB Etching Machine, PCB Artwork Film Maker, Winding Machine, Motor with Regulator, Dye/Developer Proto

(v)               CRO, LCR Meter, Function Generator, Multimeter, Soldering Iron

(vi)       HP-Printer


IC Lab



Ms. Anu


Mr. Brajesh


(i)                 Universal IC Tester, DSOs, CROs, Function Generators, Power Supplies (Multiple/Triple /Regulated), Multimeters, Analog & Digital Trainer Boards, ASLK PRO Boards (TI-CoE), A/D and D/A Converters Kits and study cards, V-I & I-V Converter kit, 555 Timer Kit, Filter Kit, PLL Card Kit, 741 based kits (CMRR, function generator kit, Wein Bridge, Log & Antilog, Current Source, Milliammeter, Microammeter, Breadboards

(ii)               Computer Systems,

MATLAB Software Simulation Tool,

DSP Starter / Trainer (TMS320C6713)



D-Link Switch Port, UPS,



Communication Lab

Ms. Nilufar


Mr. Rajeev

Kumar Tyagi

(i)                 Computers Systems, HP Printer, Embedded Solid Thinking-VisSim / Comm 8.0 Suite Software (installed in DSP Lab), Spectrum Analyzer, DSOs, CROs, Function Generators, LCR Bridge, Different Modulation and Demodulation Kits (AM, FM, PCM, PPM, PWM, ASK, FSK, PSK, TDM-PAM, Delta, TDM-PCM), Multiplexer-Demultiplexer & Coder-Decoder Kits, AM Super heterodyne Receiver and AM Generator Kit,   Sampling & Reconstruction Kit, Noise Power Spectral Density Kit, Radio Receiver Trainer Kit, Voice Coding-Decoding Kit, Square wave & Triangular Wave Generator using 555 Kit, Fourier Synthesis Trainer

(ii)               Transmission Line Trainer Kit, HFSS Software (installed in ECE R & D Lab), Radiation Antenna Trainer Kit, MTI MIC Micro-strip Antenna Trainer Kit, Mechanical Turn Table Kit with Radiation Pattern Software, MTI MIC Antenna Kit, Microwave Benches

(iii)             RTD & Thermocouple Kits (Telemetry Kits)

(iv)             Fiber Optic Trainer Kits, Networking Router, Networking Switch, Consumables required for Networking Lab

(v)               OptiSystem

(Optiwave)Tool with 3 Users


Electronic Devices & Analog Circuits Lab

Mr. Gagandeep Singh Mr. Sateesh Vishvakarma (i)                 Computer System with UPS

(ii)               DSOs, CROs, Trainer Boards/Kits, Function Generators, Regulated/Multiple/ Triple/Dual Power Supplies, Multimeters

(iii)             IC Tester, Variack, Voltmeters, Ammeters, Breadboards

(iv)             Different Analog Circuit Kits like kits for Photo Diode, Instrumentation Amp, Astable and Mono-stable Multi-vibrator using IC-555, Input Output FET Characteristics, RC Coupled Amplifier, FET CS/CD Amplifier, Phase Shift Oscillator, Wein Bridge Oscillator, Transistor Differential Amplifier, Push Pull Class-B Operation Amplifier, Common Collector Amplifier,  Darlington Pair Kit, Solar Energy Trainer Kit


Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab

Dr. Aruna Tyagi Mr. Awadh Kumar (i)                 Computer Systems, 8086 Simulator & Emulator IDE, 8085 Simulator IDE

(ii)               Microprocessor 8085 Kits, Microprocessor 8086 Kits, Motorola 68K Microprocessor Kits, MSC Trainer Boards, Interfacing Cards,

(iii)             Power Supplies, DSO, CRO, Multimeters, Keyboards

(iv)             Advance microcontroller kits Model ET-8051ADLCD, Micro-Assemblies for embedded development kit based on 89C51RD2, 89C51Trainer Cum Development Board, Micro Controller 8031, Universal Embedded trainer Kits, LCD, ADC and DAC Interfacing Modules, Universal Programmers, EPROM Eraser, Keyboards



Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

Ms. Neha


Mr. Awadh


(i)                 Computer Systems, DSOs, CROs, Function Generators, Multimeters

(ii)               Semi Conductor Diode Voltmeter Kits, Transistor Hybrid parameter Kits, PT-100 J type & K type Transducers, Kelvin Double Bridge Kits, Pressure Transducers, RTD Thermocouple J-Type & K-Type Kits, Transient Response of RLC, Radio Receiver Kits, Distortion Factor Meter Kits, LCR Meter Bridge Kits

(iii)             Instrumentation Amp. Kits, PCM Kit, ADC/DAC Sample & Hold Kits, Strain Gauge Kits, Chopper Amp. Kits, Piezo Transducer Kits, Capacitive and Inductive Pickup Transducer Kits, Low Noise & Frequency Amp. Kits

(iv)             Measurement of Angular Displacement Kit, Quarter/half/full bridge strain cantilever Kit, LVDT Trainer Kits, Capacitive Transducers, Temperature Transducers, Optical Transducers Kits, Kits for characteristics of AD590, LDR, Photo-Transistor, Resistance Transducers, Photo-Diodes, Fiber Optics-LED, Kits for USB DAQ, Thermister Trainer,  Solid State Sensor,  ADC & DAC Trainer, Measurement Bridge Kits: Desauty’s, Schering, Wein and Kelvin Bridge, Wheat Stone Bridge Trainer Kit



Texas Instruments (CoE) Lab


ECE R &D Lab

Dr. Meenakshi Awasthi Mr. U. S. Gahlaut (i)                 DSOs, Power Supplies, Function Generators, Digital Multimeters, Texas Instruments-ASLK Pro Boards/Kits (for Analog System Design), TINA Software Simulation Tool,

(ii)               Texas Instruments-MSP 430 Launch Pads, Simple link Wi-Fi CC3100 Booster Packs (for Microcontrollers / Embedded System Design)

(iii)             Computer Systems

Software Tools & Kits etc.:

(iv)             MATLAB Software 2015    (10 Users)

(v)               ANSOFT HFSS Software-Antenna Design Simulation Tool (05 Users)

(vi)             NetSim Simulation/ Emulation Platform R & D Tool (05 Users)

(vii)           NI Multisim 12.0 Tool (15 Users)

(viii)         NI Ultiboard 12.0 Tool (01 User)

(ix)             Sprint PCB design software (Unlimited Users)

(x)               8085 & 8086 Simulator and Emulator IDE Tools (Unlimited Users)

(xi)             TINA Software Tool

(xii)           C & C++

(xiii)         Switch Rack &    D-Link 24 Port Switches

(xiv)    HP Printer



Digital Electronics & Project Lab

Mr. Naveen

Kumar Saini

Mr. U. S.


(i)                 Computer Systems

(ii)               Advanced Analog cum Digital Trainer Kit

(iii)             Digital Trainer Boards, Digital IC Tester (MME DIT-2040), Microprocessor 8085 Kits,

(iv)             LCR Bridge, CROs, Power Supplies, Function Generators, Multimeters,

(v)               Magnifying Glasses, Inspection Table Lamp,

(vi)             Soldering Station, Consumables for Project Making



Virtual Lab

Dr. Neelesh


Mr. Kishanveer Singh         (i)       Computer Systems

(ii)     Virtual Lab Tools

(official Nodal Centre of IIT Kanpur)

Detail of Technical Manpower Support available in ECE Department Laboratories

Name Designation Qualification Years of Experience
Mr. Awadh Kumar Lab Assistant Diploma in

Electronics Engg.

Mr. Rajeev Kumar Tyagi Lab Assistant Diploma in

Electronics Engg.

Mr. Rajkumar Lab Technician Diploma in

Electronics Engg.

Mr. Sateesh Vishvakarma Lab Assistant Diploma in

Electronics Engg.

Mr. Upendra Singh Gahlaut Lab Assistant Diploma in

Electronics & Communication Engg.

Mr. Kishanveer Singh Lab Assistant Certificate Course

in Computer Networking

Mr. Satya Narayan Lab Assistant Diploma in Electronics Engg. 22
Mr. Kishanveer Singh Lab Assistant Certificate Course

in Computer Networking

Mr. Satya Narayan Lab Assistant Diploma in Electronics Engg. 22

Utilization and Ambience of ECE Department Laboratories through Photographs

Departmental Activities

A number of Technical Activities are organized by ECE Department on regular basis for the overall devlopment of Faculty, Staff Members and Students of the department.

Departmental Society

Phoenix, the student society associated with the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, was formed on 20th September, 2005 by a group of six motivated students of batch 2006.

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