B. Tech. ECE 180
B. Tech. EI 60
M. Tech. EC 18

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 higher education, research, and innovation in all major areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

The Electronics and Communication stream represents two fastest growing technology areas in view of exponential growth taking place in the communication networks in the country. 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. course in Electronics & Communication Engineering along with M.Tech. course in Electronics & Communication Engineering. Intake of B.Tech. (ECE) course is 180 students and for the M.Tech. course it is 18 students. The department has its technical society-Phoenix. The society organizes quizzes, technical seminars, mock interviews, aptitude tests and technical paper presentation etc for the students. B.Tech. ECE is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA).

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

The Electronics and Instrumentation stream represents two fastest growing technology areas in view of exponential growth taking place in the country. 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. course in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering. Intake of B.Tech. (EI) course is 60 students.

National Board of Accreditation (NBA)

Vision & Mission

To supplement intellect with the right skills & knowledge so as to nurture Electronics & Communication experts of tomorrow.
To enable students acquire the right theoretical and practical Electronics & Communication skills currently in demand which would steer them to become global engineers.

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.


Gp. Capt. (Dr.) Pradeep Kumar Chopra (R),VSM entered the field of education in the year 2004 after 24 years of exemplary service in the technical branch of the Indian Air Force. He earned his Bachelors degree in Engineering (Electronics) from Delhi College of Engineering in the year 1979 and Masters in Technology from IIT Delhi in the year 1985. He also graduated from the prestigious Defence Services Staff College, Wellington and earned Masters degree in Defence Studies in the year 1993 from Madras University. While he was in the Indian Air Force he was part of, and headed, a number of important technical projects. For his exemplary services he was awarded “Vishist Seva Medal” by the President of India for engineering skills of highest order in the year 1993. He took voluntary retirement from the IAF in the year 2004 and entered the field of education. He has done his Ph.D in the field of ‘Electronics & Communication Engineering’ from the prestigious G.G.S.I.P University, New Delhi. Presently he is the Dean and Head of Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering. His areas of specialisation are Radar and Satellite Communication. He is Fellow of Institution of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers, New Delhi. He is also an expert of National Board of Accreditation (NBA) in new system of outcome based education under Washington accord for Tier-I and Tier-II. Inspect Engineering colleges for NBA accreditation for UG/ PG Engineering courses as specialist member of NBA accreditation team.

Prof. (Dr.) Pradeep Kumar Chopra
BE, MSc, M.Tech & Ph.D
09350023027 / 09810489479
hodece@akgec.ac.in, pradeepkchopra@gmail.com

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. Kousik Midya
Assistant 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 / equipment’s, software tools and consumables.

3. These labs have all the basic as well as advanced level facilities to fulfil 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. One dedicated lab staff member is always present in each lab room (responsibility of each lab room has been assigned to a particular lab staff).

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

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

B. Tech. (ECE)

1. Digital Logic Design Lab

2. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab

3. Signals & Systems Lab

4. Electronics Workshop & PCB Design Lab

5. Microprocessors & Micro controllers Lab

6. Advanced Electronics System Lab

7. Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

8. Data Structure & Algorithms Lab

9. Integrated Circuits Lab

10. Control System Lab

11. Communication Lab

12. Microwave Engg. Lab

13. CAD of Electronics Lab

14. Micro controllers for Embedded Systems Lab

15. Optical Communication & Networking Lab

16. Electronics Circuit Design Lab

17. Digital Signal Processing Lab

18. Project Lab

19. Virtual Lab

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

21. NI LabVIEW Academy

M. Tech (ECE)

1. Advanced Communication Lab

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

Facilities available in ECE Department Laboratories



Name of the Laboratory /

Lab venue

Lab Courses being Conducted for B. Tech. ECE (both Odd
and Even Semester)

No. of Students per Setup (Batch Size)

Name of the Important Equipment/Tool



CAD of Electronics Lab


VLSI R & D Lab

CAD of Electronics Lab (REC-554),

Advanced Electronic Systems Lab (REC-452)

28-32 Students per Group,

in a Batch of 01 student per Computer

Computer Systems with configurations as-

  1. Three i5 systems with CPU 3.40 GHz, RAM Size: 8GB
  2. 20 Desktop Computers : Intel core i5 CPU 3.00 GHz, RAM
    Size: 2GB 500 GB Hard Disk Drive
  3. 09 Desktop Computers : Intel core 2 Duo CPU E7500@2.93
    GHz, RAM Size: 2GB 320 GB Hard Disk Drive

Software Tools & Kits:

  1. University VIVADO System Edition S, UEF-SDSOC Software
    Simulation Tool (25 User) with Zed Board Kit (01)
  2. Tanner EDA Software Tool with L-edit, S-edit, W-edit,
    T-Spice, DRC, LVS (05 User)
  3. Mentor Graphics HEP Category 2 (Front End Tools for
    FPGA Design) Part No. 255877 RE (upto 29/09/18)
  4. CADENCE Virtuoso-University Bundle B3-Analog &
    Digital FE & BE Academic Suite (10 User)
  5. OrCAD University PSPICE & PCB Design Bundle (10
  6. XILINX ISE 10.1i (Multiuser) with SPARTAN III FPGA Kit
  7. HP-Printer



PCB Design & Project Lab

Electronic Workshop & PCB Design Lab (REC-354),



28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup

/ in a Batch of 01 student per Computer for

Simulation based work

  1. Computer Systems (08) with Intel i5 and Intel Core2Duo
  2. PCB Prototype Machine with TINA Software
  3. PCB Design Software-SPRINT (Multiuser-05 Sets)
  4. 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
  5. CRO, LCR Meter, Function Generator, Multimeter,
    Soldering Iron
  6. HP-Printer



Analog IC Lab


DSP & Control System Lab

Integrated Circuits Lab (REC-551),

Signals & Systems Lab


Digital Signal Processing Lab

(REC- 553)

Control Systems Lab


28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup

/ in a Batch of 01 student per Computer for

Simulation based work

  1. 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
  2. Computer Systems (21)

with Intel i5, i3 and Intel Core2Duo Processors,

MATLAB7 Software Simulation Tool,

DSP Starter / Trainer (TMS320C6713)



D-Link Switch Port, UPS.



Communication Lab

Communication Labs


Microwave Engg. Lab (REC-651),

Optical Communication & Networking


28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup / in a Batch of 01
student for Computer/

Simulation based labs

  1. 04 Computers with i5 and Core2Duo Processors, UPS, HP
    Printer, 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
  2. 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
  3. RTD & Thermocouple Kits (Telemetry Kits)
  4. Fiber Optic Trainer Kits, Networking Router, Networking
    Switch, Consumables required for Networking Lab
  5. OptiSystem

(Optiwave)Tool with 3 Users



Electronic Devices (FOED) Lab

Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab


28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup

  1. Computer with i5 processor, UPS
  2. DSOs, CROs, Trainer Boards/Kits, Function Generators,
    Regulated/Multiple/ Triple/Dual Power Supplies,
  3. IC Tester, Variack, Voltmeters, Ammeters, Breadboards
  4. 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.



Microprocessors Lab

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab


28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup / in a Batch of 01
student for Computer/

Simulation based experiments

  1. Computer Systems with i5 CPU 8GB RAM, i3 and Core 2 Duo
    Processor Configuration (07), 8086 Simulator &
    Emulator IDE, 8085 Simulator IDE
  2. Microprocessor 8085 Kits, Microprocessor 8086 Kits,
    Motorola 68K Microprocessor Kits, MSC Trainer Boards,
    Interfacing Cards,
  3. Power Supplies, DSO, CRO, Multimeters, Keyboards
  4. 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,
  5. LCD, ADC and DAC Interfacing Modules, Universal
    Programmers, EPROM Eraser, Keyboards



Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab


CO & DLD Lab

Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab


Digital Logic Design Lab (REC-351),

28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup

  1. Computer Systems with i5 and Core2Duo Processors, DSOs,
    CROs, Function Generators, Multimeters
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Digital Trainer Boards / Kits



Texas Instruments (CoE) Lab


ECE R &D Lab

Integrated Circuits Lab (REC-551),

Microcontrollers for Embedded Systems Lab (RIC-651),

Electronic Circuit Design Lab


Data Structures & Algorithms Lab


28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup / in a Batch of 01
student for Computer/

Simulation based experiments

  1. DSOs, Power Supplies, Function Generators, Digital
    Multimeters, Texas Instruments-ASLK Pro Boards/Kits
    (for Analog System Design), TINA Software Simulation
  2. Texas Instruments-MSP 430 Launch Pads, Simple link
    Wi-Fi CC3100 Booster Packs (for Microcontrollers /
    Embedded System Design)
  3. Computer Systems (35) with configurations as-
  1. Three i5 system with CPU 3.40 GHz, RAM Size: 8GB
  2. 05 Desktop Computers : Intel® Core(TM), i5-3470 @3.20
    GHz RAM-3.39 GB 500GB HDD
  3. 26 Desktop Computers : HP Compaq 6200 Pro Core-i3 @ 3.1
  4. 01 Desktop Computer : Inter® Core2Duo @2.93Ghz RAM-1 GB
    320 GB

Software Tools & Kits etc.:

  1. MATLAB Software 2015 (10 Users)
  2. ANSOFT HFSS Software-Antenna Design Simulation Tool (05
  3. OptiSystem

(Optiwave)Tool with 3 Users

  1. NetSim Simulation/ Emulation Platform R & D Tool
    (05 Users)
  2. NI Multisim 12.0 Tool (15 Users)
  3. NI Ultiboard 12.0 Tool (01 User)
  4. Sprint PCB design software (Unlimited Users)
  5. 8085 & 8086 Simulator and Emulator IDE Tools
    (Unlimited Users)
  6. TINA Software Tool
  7. C & C++
  8. Switch Rack & D-Link 24 Port Switches
  9. HP Printer



Digital Electronics & Project Lab

Digital Logic Design Lab (REC-351)



28-32 Students per Group

in a Batch of 04 students per Setup / in a Batch of 01
student for Computer/

Simulation based work

  1. Computer Systems with i5 and Core2Duo Processors (04)
  2. Digital Trainer Boards, Digital IC Tester (MME
    DIT-2040), Microprocessor 8085 Kits,
  3. LCR Bridge, CROs, Power Supplies, Function Generators,
  4. Magnifying Glasses, Inspection Table Lamp,
  5. Soldering Station, Consumables for Project Making



R & D Lab

For R & D work being done by faculty members under R
& D Project started by ECE Department

01 person per Computer System

  1. Desktop Computer Systems (10) with Intel i7 (01), i5
    (05) and Core 2 Duo (04) Processors
  2. Professional Version of Visual TCAD & Genius
    (2D/3D) Device Simulator Systems Tool (01+03 User)
  3. SYMICA EDA (AMS)-Microelectronics Design Software Tool
    Kit (03+01 User)
  4. OptiSystem Software Tool (03 Users)
  5. Virtual Lab & Other Software Tools

Detail of Technical Manpower Support available in ECE Department Laboratories



Name of Lab Staff



Date of Joining (DOJ) and Total Working Experience

(in Years)

Laboratory Courses Assigned / Labs being handled/Area of Expertise


Mr. Rajkumar

Lab Technician

Diploma in Electronics Engg.



15 years

Electronics Work shop & PCB Lab,

Project Lab,

Microprocessors Lab


Mr. Vinod Kumar Sharma

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electronics Engg.


AMIE in Electronics & Communication Engineering



8 years

Integrated Circuit Lab,

Signal and Systems Lab, Telemetry Lab


Mr. Rajeev Kr. Tyagi

Lab Technician

Diploma in Electronics Engg.



24 years

Communication Lab,

Optical and Networking Lab,

Antenna and Microwave Lab

     4 Mr. Sateesh Vishwkarma Lab Technician Diploma in Electronics Engg.



14 years

Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab,

Advance Electronics Lab,




Mr. Awadh Kumar

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electronics Engg.



24 years


Microprocessors Lab,

 Electronic Measurements Lab,

Transducers and,

Instrumentation Lab


Mr. Upendra Singh Gahlaut

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering



  14 years

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab,  

Digital Electronics Lab,

Project Lab


Mr. Himanshu Dwivedi

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electronics Engineering



7 years

Microcontrollers for Embedded System Lab,

Data Structure Lab,

Virtual Lab


Mr. Brajesh Shishodia

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electronics Engineering


B. Tech. ECE



8 years

Control System Lab,

Analog and Digital Communication Lab,

Electronics Engg. Lab


Mr. Kishan Veer Singh

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Computer Science Engg.



 12 years

CAD of Electronics Lab,

VLSI Design,

Electronic Circuit Design and Simulation  Lab

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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