Design for production is the method of developing parts, materials, or products for a particular manufacturing system with an understanding of design specifications. Students pursuing electronic engineering design and manufacturing elevate risk to develop products using wires, capacitors, diodes, and inductors to achieve precise functionality. By developing circuit blueprints and configurations using Electronic Design Automation (EDA), engineers from this stream are well-equipped with the trade of developing electronic components.
The ultimate focus of the Technical Team of the EIT is to meet our manufacturing customer’s technical, architecture, manufacturing, and test needs. To help with the product creation issues, EIT has a broadly skilled technical team available by growing the current staff to ease budget limitations and have improved design skills.
The candidates willing to pursue electronic engineering design and manufacturing should meet the required eligibility.
- Electrical Engineering (BTech) minimum qualifying requirements are class 12 passes in PCM / PCMB subjects with at least 50 percent marks in aggregate from a recognized school or university or equivalent.
- The applicant must have a BTech degree in electrical engineering to study electrical engineering at the postgraduate level.
|Semester I||Applied Mathematics-I, Applied Physics-I, Applied Chemistry -I, Engineering Mechanics, Basic Electrical Engineering, Environmental studies, Basic Workshop Practice-I|
|Semester II||Applied Mathematics-II, Applied Physics-II, Applied Chemistry -II, Engineering Drawing, Structured Programming Approach, Communication Skills, Basic Workshop Practice -II|
|Semester III||Applied Mathematics- III, Electronic Devices and Circuits I, Digital System, Design Circuit Theory and Networks, Electronic Instrumentation and Control Electronic Devices and Circuits I, Laboratory Digital System, Design Laboratory using JAVA Laboratory|
|Semester IV||Applied Mathematics IV, Electronic Devices and Circuits II, Microprocessors and Applications, Digital System, Design Principles of Communication, Engineering Linear, Control Systems Electronic Devices and Circuits II, Laboratory, Microprocessors and Applications Laboratory Digital System, Design Laboratory, Principles of Communication Engineering Laboratory|
|Semester V||Microcontrollers and Applications, Design with Linear Integrated Circuits, Electromagnetic Engineering Signals and Systems, Digital Communication, Business Communication and Ethics, Microcontrollers and Applications, Laboratory Design with Linear Integrated Circuits, Laboratory Digital Communication, Laboratory Mini Project I|
|Semester VI||Basic VLSI Design, Advanced Instrumentation Systems, Computer Organization, Power Electronics I, Digital Signal Processing and Processors, Modern Information Technology for Management, VLSI Design Laboratory, Advance Instrumentation and Power Electronics Laboratory, Laboratory Mini Project II|
|Semester VII||Embedded System Design, IC Technology, Power Electronics –II, Computer Communication Networks, Elective - I, Project - I|
|Semester VIII||CMOS VLSI Design|
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