Department Of Electronics & Communiaction Engineering

Dr. SAMPATH KUMAR KARTIKEYAN

B.Tech(ECE), M.Tech(ECE),Ph.D(ECE)

Head of the Department
Mallareddy Engineering College and Management Sciences
Department of Electronic & Communication Engineering
Faculty Registration ID : 8670-190220-124032
AICTE Faculty ID : 1-8104170703

Motivate students to develop professional ethics, self-confidence and leadership quality.

Facilitate the students to acquire knowledge and skills innovatively to meet evolving global challenges and societal needs.

Achieve excellence in academics, core engineering and research.

To be a center of repute for learning and research with internationally accredited curriculum, state-of-the-art infrastructure and laboratories to enable the students to succeed in globally competitive environments in academics and industry.

Graduates will continuously be updated with the state-of the art technology through formal and informal education to provide sustainable solutions.

Graduates of the programme will adapt to the continuous changes in the field of Electronics & Communication Engineering.

Graduates of the programme will have a successful professional career.

Graduates will be able to communicate and work as a part of a team in order to be an effective member of the work place and the society.

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

About the Department

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the academic year 2008 with annual intake of 120.

The department has well experienced professors who guide the students with technical knowledge and awareness in the fields of Electronics, Communication, Microwave, VLSI, Digital Signal Processing & Micro Processors & Micro Controllers.

The major goal of the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is to produce highly knowledgeable, competent and resourceful young engineers who can perform well in a wide variety of job profiles.

To achieve this, curriculum provides a strong foundation in both the analytic and technological aspects of E&C Engineering.

It also provides ample opportunities to students to work on mini-projects, develop communication skills, explore internship opportunities in industry and world-class universities and take part in national and international design contests.

Faculty members are actively involved in research and academic developmental activities and attend and conduct workshops / conferences to acquire the technical knowledge about the latest developments in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

The Department of ECE also organizes Workshops, Expert Talks, Project Expo, Poster Presentation competitions for the students.

Course Type : B.Tech
Duration : 4 year for Direct Entry / 3 Years for Lateral Entry
Intake : 120
Branch : Electronics & Communiaction Engineering

Courses Offered

Graduate Courses( B.Tech )

BRANCH INTAKE
Computer Science & Enginering 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering 60
Information Technology 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering 120
Mechanical Engineering 120
Civil Engineering 120

Post-Graduate Courses( M.Tech )

BRANCH INTAKE
Computer Science & Enginering 48
Embedded Systems 48
Structural Engineering 24
Themal Engineering 24

Post-Graduate Courses( MBA )

BRANCH INTAKE
MBA 180

New Courses For 2020-21

S.No Program / Course Present Approved Intake Proposed Change In Intake
1 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering
(Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning)
60 120
2 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering
(Data Science)
60 120
3 B.Tech - Computer Science and Engineering
(Cyber Security)
60 0
4 B.Tech - Computer Science and Information Technology 60 0

Faculty Details

Dr SAMPATH KUMAR KARTIKEYAN

Designation: Head of the Department
Qualification: B.Tech(ECE), M.Tech(ECE),Ph.D(ECE)
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 8670-190220-124032
Email-id: meckarthikkct@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 20/02/2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-8104170703

Ms.P.S. SUREKHA

Designation: Associate Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 41150404-175841
Email-id: surekha.pitta@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 13/12/2016
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3386722103

Mr.D SATISH KUMAR

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 7364-150418-171237
Email-id: satishkmr029@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 1/8/2015
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-2690367223

Mr .B RAMA KRISHNA

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 5652-150507-151658
Email-id: rama48b@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 3/7/2015
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-2658746915

J. RAMADEVI

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 2446-150411-093918
Email-id: ramadevi.jaida@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 20/12/2016
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3626377629

D. RAMYA

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 1188-150419-120729
Email-id: danthala.ramya@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 24/12/2015
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-2945883434

G. DIVYA

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 4043-160319-201851
Email-id: divyasdpt@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 10/12/2016
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3386871544

P. SRAVANA PRIYANKA

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 9113-160215-121431
Email-id: sravanapriyanka23@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 2/7/2018
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4920568413

M. NAGASRI

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 0793-190220-142123
Email-id: nagasri.thrigulla@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 8/2/2019
AICTE Faculty ID:

C.V. SHILPA SREE

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 8627-170915-113026
Email-id: shilpashreesindwal@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 2/9/2017
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-3626705013

K. VIJAYA BHARATHI

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 6988-180201-111126
Email-id: vijayabharathi.keesara@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 28-01-2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4880102756

D EDUKONDALU

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 9971-150411-154935
Email-id: edukondalu409@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 19-11-2015
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-2945825017

L. SAMPATH KUMAR

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 3973-190125-135421
Email-id: sampathmremece@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 25-01-2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4879830522

K. PRASANNA KUMARI

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 4129-190119-132832
Email-id: prasannakpk@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 25-01-2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4879352955

J. HARILAL

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 6380-160216-123553
Email-id: harilaljarupla@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 4/1/2016
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-2945700206

G. SUSMITHA

Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.TECH
JNTUH Faculty Reg.No: 0657-190220-101602
Email-id: susmithagali07@gmail.com
Date Of Joining: 28-01-2019
AICTE Faculty ID: 1-4880343093

PEO'S,PO'S & PSO'S

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Students will be prepared to excel in their professional career & higher education in Electronics & Communication Engineering and allied fields through rigorous quality education.

Students will be skilled with professional ethics, lifelong learning, teamwork and clear communications and capable of functioning responsibly in diverse environments for the beneficial development of society.

Students will be trained so as to solve real life problems related to Electronics & Communications Engineering and allied fields for the benefits of society.

Program Outcomes (POs)

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

An ability to design and conduct experiments and interpret data through analytical thinking.

An ability to design systems, components or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health and safety manufacturability.

An ability to function as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary teams.

An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

Have ethical and professional responsibility and adherence to quality.

An ability to communicate effectively and persuasively.

Broad education necessary to understand impact of engineering solution in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.

Recognize need for and ability to engage in life-long learning.

Have knowledge of contemporary issues.

An ability to employ necessary techniques, skills, hardware and software tools for electronics and communication engineering practice.

An ability to get employment and pursue higher education through competitive examinations.

Syllabus

Student Achievements

Mr. N. Soma shekar of 4 th year , Dept. of ECE won the 1 st prize in
“QUIZ COMPETITION on Role of Engineering in Developing India"

Mr. K.Abhinay of 3 nd year , Dept. of ECE won the 1 st prize in
“QUIZ COMPETITION on Role of Engineering in Developing India"

Mr. D.Viswas of 3 nd year , Dept. of ECE won the 1 st prize in
“QUIZ COMPETITION on Role of Engineering in Developing India"

Ms. K.V.Sowmya of 4 th year , Dept. of ECE won the 1 st prize in
“QUIZ COMPETITION on Role of Engineering in Developing India"

Ms.O.Vyshnavi of 2 nd year , Dept. of ECE won the 1 st prize in
“QUIZ COMPETITION on Role of Engineering in Developing India"

Mr.M.SARAN KUMAR of Dept of ECE participated in “KILL CANCER PROGRAM”, Conducted by ISKON kukatpally Semifinals were held at MALLA REDDY ENGINEERRING COLLEGE and selected to final out of 70 colleges

Department Labs

Software Details

S No Software Name Details
1 MATLAB Version..R2015B 60 users, Licensed Version
2 Xilinx Vivado Edition 2014.4 60 users, Licensed Version
3 ISE Xilinx Simulator 9.2i 60 users, Licensed Version
4 Multisim Version 14.0 60 users, Licensed Version
5 Keil μVision Open Source
6 MASM Open Source

Hardware Details

S No Lab Name Details
1 SRK-216
EDC Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 20 V ) – 20, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 30 V ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 µA ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 mA ) – 20, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes -10, Decade Inductance Boxes – 10, Decade Resistance Boxes – 10, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Amplifier kits-6, Transformers ( 9-0-9V, 500 mA) – 20, Electronic components - Diodes, Transistors, Resistors, Capacitors,SCRs, UJTs...
2 SRK-213
DSD Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 6, Multimeters – 6, RF Generator ( 9 KHz – 3 GHz ) - 1, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 6, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Spectrum Analyzer - 1, Logic gates -4kits, 4 bit comparator -4kits, 4 bit adder subtractor -6 kits,4 bit binary to gray code converter-6 kits Shift resisters kits-4,Decode counter kits, Multiplexer and demultiplexer kits-6, Digital logic trainer kits-6
3 SRK-226
BS Lab
Computers – 30 , MATLAB 8.5/9.0 / SCILAB / OCTAVE Software - 30
4 SRK-216
ECA Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 20 V ) – 20, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 30 V ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 µA ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 mA ) – 20, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes -10, Decade Inductance Boxes – 10, Decade Resistance Boxes – 14, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Class– A Power Amplifier Kits – 3, Class – B Power Amplifier Kits – 3,Oscillator kits -6
5 SRK-212
ADC Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 6, Multimeters – 5, RF Generator ( 9 KHz – 3 GHz ) - 1, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 6, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Spectrum Analyzer( 0 KHz – 3 GHz ) - 2, Radio Receiver Kit – 2, Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 3, SSB – SC Modulation & Detector Kit – 2, FM and Demodulation Kit – 2, Verification of Sampling Theorem Kit – 2, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis Kit - 2, FDM and De Multiplexing Kit – 2, PAM and Demodulation Kit – 1, Pulse width Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 2, Pulse Position Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 2, AGC Characteristics –2, DSB – SC Modulation & Detector Kit – 2,QPSK,BPSK,OFDM kits-1
6 SRK-211
ICA Lab
Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 10 , Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 8, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 8, Multimeters /Voltmeters ( 0-30 V DC ) 8, Schimitt trigger,PLL Miller Sweep generetor-2, Multivibrator kits-10, Voltage Regulator kits -3
7 SRK-203
MPMC Lab
Computers – 30, Microprocessor Simulation Software ( Assembler – MASM ) – 30, 8086 Microprocessor Trainer Kit – 18, Microcontroller Simulation Software ( Kiel ) – 30, 8051 Microcontroller Trainer Kit – 10, LCD Display Kit – 3, Keyboard Display Kit – 3, 8 bit ADC& DAC Kit – 3, 8255 interface Card – 3, Interface Cards for 8051 – 10, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) –5
8 SRK-226
DSP Lab
Computer Systems ( MATLAB/SCILAB/OCTAVE or equivalent software in -30 computers and CC Studio in -10 Computers ) – 30, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) –6, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 9, TMS320C6713/TMS320VC5416 DSP Processor Kits or equivalent ( 6713)– 2 Kits
9 SRK-225
VLSI & e-Cad Lab
Computer Systems ( 10 Computers with Cadence and 10 Computers with Xilinx Simulation Software ) – 20, Xilinx ISE 9.2i – 10, CPLD/FPGA Trainer – 4 including 2 Zynq Zybo Boards
10 SRK-210
MWE Lab
Klystron/Gunn Diode based Microwave Bench setup including corresponding Power Supply - 5, Gunn Diode based Microwave Bench setup including Gunn Power supply – 2, Micro Ammeter ( 0 – 500 µA ) – 5, VSWR Meter – 3, Microwave Components – 18, Slotted Section – 2, Magic – T Junction – 1, Circulator – 1, Directional Couplers for 2 directivities - 1, Attenuators for 2 different attenuations – 1, Matched Termination – 2, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 6, Regulated Power Supplies ( 0 – 30 V ) – 6, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 6
11 SRK-319
AE Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 20 V ) – 20, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 30 V ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 µA ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 mA ) – 20, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes -10, Decade Inductance Boxes – 10, Decade Resistance Boxes – 10, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Transformers ( 9-0-9V, 500 mA) – 20, Class– A Power Amplifier Kits – 3, Class – B Power Amplifier Kits – 3, clippers & clamper kits-2, oscillator-6 multivibrators-6
12 SRK-318
ADE Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 10 , Multimeters – 6, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 6, CRO -6, DC Voltmeters-6 , DC Ammeters-10, Breadboards-10,bread boards-10,amplifiers-2, CB-Configretion-5kits,CC-Configretion-5kits,CE-Configretions-5kits, zenor-doide characteristic -5kits, Rectifiers -5kits, Amplifier characteristics -5 kits
13 SRK-213
DE Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes – 13, Universal shift Registers-2 Function Generators -10 ,Logic gates triner kits-5, 8x1 multiplexer kits-5, adder subtractor kits -5, Compararter triner kits-5, Binary to Gray- Gray to Binary convertor kits-6,Counter kits-6, Digital logic trainer kits-5
14 SRK-012
BEEE Lab
DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 20 V ) – 20, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 50 V ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 µA ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 mA ) – 20, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes –10, Decade Inductance Boxes – 10, Decade Resistance Boxes – 10, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 10, Bread Boards – 15, CB-Configuration-5kits,CC-Configuration-5kits,CE-Configuration-5kits, zenor-doide characteristics -5kits Rectifiers -5kits, Amplifier characteristics 5 kits

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