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Undergraduate Program

Electronics and Communication Engineering

The Departments of Electronics & Communication Engineering are the major departments involving number of laboratories with a diversified variety of equipment being the core branches and with laboratories focusing on fundamental aspects of Electronics & Communication Engineering. In order to cope up with the requirement of industries, the departments also have laboratories with latest technologies. Students have an open access in the laboratories, to understand as well as apply their knowledge to explore their engineering skills. The departments have team of highly motivated and dedicated faculty members to the cause of academics and striving to do the best in the interest of the college and the students. Most of the faculty members are actively involved in research work and regularly publishing their research papers in Journals and Conferences.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Jaipur Engineering College and Research Center was established in the year 2000. The Department has Vibrant history also, the department of ECE has been known for its outstanding strong B.Tech Programme.

Ot has a prominent Rank among different institutes in India, the department has always been on a progressive path, thanks to the experienced and dedicated faculty members who have a strong commitment towards providing quality engineering education. The Department has 50 faculty members, Professors – 05, Associate Professors – 04, Assistant Professors – 41 and all the faculty are Master degree holders from various IITs, NITs and Top Institution among the globe.

To contribute to the society through excellence in scientific and technical education, teaching and research aptitude in Electronics & Communication Engineering to meet the needs of Global Industry.

  1. To equip the students with a strong foundation of basic sciences and domain knowledge of Electronics and Communication Engineering, so that they are able to creatively apply their knowledge to the solution arising in their career path.
  2. To induce the habits of life-long learning to enhance overall performance.
  3. Students are able to communicate their ideas clearly and concisely so that they can work in a team as well as an individual.
  4. To make students responsive towards the ethical, social, environmental and economic growth of the society.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering came into existence at the Jaipur Engineering College & Research Center in 2000, by the approval of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), to meet the growing requirement of practical design engineers in the country and abroad. The greatest asset of the department is its highly motivated and learner faculty. The available diversity of expertise of the faculty with the support of the other technical staff prepares the students to work in the global multicultural environment. The department not only aims to make our students technically sound and knowledgeable but also to nurture their wisdom and make them a better and responsible human being. The graduates of the Electronics & Communication Stream have been selected by some of the world’s leading corporations & as well as by most of the leading Indian counterparts.We hope that we will continue to deliver our best to serve the society and mankind. It is also expected that our students will continue to pass on the skills which they have developed during their stay at this department to the whole of the world for a better society.

Dr. Sandeep Vyas
Program Co-ordinator, ECE

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Dr. Sandeep Vyas

Program Co-ordinator




Electronics and Communication Engineering department is the core department of the institute. The Department has 50 highly qualified faculty members with Ph.D. and M.Tech from prestigious institutions like IITs, NITs and other institutes of repute.

The Electronics and Communication Engineering Department is enriched with various laboratories.

The ECE Department practices the ‘Outcome Based Education’ (OBE) approach for teaching-learning process. This is a learning-centric approach rather than traditional teaching-centric approach to education. This approach focuses on the graduate attributes the students should possess after the completion of the programme through the following objectives :-

  • To provide students with the fundamentals of engineering sciences with more emphasis in electronics and communication engineering by way of analyzing and exploiting electronics engineering challenges.
  • To train students with good scientific and electronics and communication engineering knowledge so as to comprehend, analyze, design, and create electronic based novel products and solutions for the real life problems.
  • To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, entrepreneurial thinking and an ability to relate electronics and communication engineering with social issues.
  • To provide students with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the self-motivated life-long learning needed for a successful electronics and communication engineering professional career.
  • To prepare students to excel in electronics and communication based industry and higher education by educating students in electronics and communication engineering field along with high moral values and knowledge.

Under OBE model, the quality of teaching is measured by the quality of learning, defined as outcomes, that takes place. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) are formulated to align with the vision and mission of the Department. Programme Outcomes (POs) are defined to achieve PEOs which are further aligned to Course Outcomes (CO) of each subject. Vision, Mission and PEOs are the long-term objectives whereas POs and COs are the short-term outcomes.

  • 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.
  • 2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex electronics and communication engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 electronics and communication engineering practice.
  • 7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional electronics and communication engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the electronics and communication engineering practice.
  • 9. Individual team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex electronics and communication 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.
  • 11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the electronics and communication 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.
  • 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 change.

PEO1. To provide students with the fundamentals of engineering sciences with more emphasis in Electronics & Communication Engineering by way of analyzing and exploiting electronics & communication challenges.

PEO2. To train students with good scientific and Electronics & Communication Engineering knowledge so as to comprehend, analyze, design and create electronics & communication based novel products and solutions for the real life problems.

PEO3. To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, entrepreneurial thinking and an ability to relate Electronics & Communication Engineering with social issues.

PEO4. To provide students with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the self-motivated life-long learning needed for a successful Electronics & Communication Engineering professional career.

PEO5. To prepare students to excel in electronics & communication based industry and higher education by educating students in Electronics & Communication Engineering field along with high moral values and knowledge.

PSO1: Ability to develop knowledge for robotics and it’s application.

PSO2: Ability to apply the concept of IoT for challenges of real-world.

#Subject CodeSubjectCourse Outcomes
13EC1AElectronics Devices & circuits
  • CO1: Analyzing diode and its applications in rectifier, regulator, multipliers etc.
  • CO2: Evaluating characteristics and applications of BJT and FET.
  • CO3: Understanding differential amplifier and its applications.
23EC2AData Structures & Algorithms
  • CO1: Understanding data arranging techniques in linear and non linear data structures and analyzing their complexity.
  • CO2: Evaluating searching and sorting algorithms and other operations on data structures,
  • CO3: Applying the data structure that efficiently models the information in a problem
33EC3ADigital Electronics
  • CO1: Understanding Boolean algebra, conversions and minimization techniques.
  • CO2: Creating various combinational and sequential circuits
  • CO3: Understanding different logic families
  • CO4: Creating of circuits using different minimization techniques.
43EC4ACircuit Analysis & Synthesis
  • CO1: Understanding various theorems and its applications in complex networks.
  • CO2: Evaluating the stability of systems by various techniques.
  • CO3: Understanding and creating circuits using network functions.
  • CO4: Understanding resonance conditions in different circuits.
53EC5AElectromagnetic Properties of Materials
  • CO1: Understanding the fabrication and applications of various types of materials i.e. magnetic, semiconductor, superconductive and nano materials.
  • CO2: Understanding the applications of sensor materials..
63EC6AAdvanced Engineering Mathematics-1
  • CO1: Applying Laplace, Fourier, and Z Transform solve differential equations with boundary conditions.
  • CO2: Differentiate and Integrate complex function, Contour Integration and Integrals using residues.
  • CO3: Solving circuit differential equations by the help of Laplace transforms.
73EC7AElectronic Instrumentation Workshop
  • CO1: Analysing various electronic components.
  • CO2: Evaluating characteristics of various opto-electronic devices.
  • CO3: Creating circuit on PCB.
83EC8AComputer Programming Lab-I
  • CO1: Applying various techniques on linear/non linear data structures to solve various computing problems.
  • CO2: Analyzing recursive/non recursive functions to perform various operations on data structures.
  • CO3: Creating a suitable data structure and algorithm to solve a real world problem
93EC9AElectronics Device Lab
  • CO1: Understanding devices like multimeter, generator, CRO etc.
  • CO2: Creating the characteristic graph of various diodes, amplifiers, filters and rectifiers.
  • CO3: Analysing the behaviour of differential amplifier.
103EC10ADigital Electronics Lab
  • CO1: Evaluating truth table of basic gates.
  • CO2: Analyzing and designing various combinational and sequential circuits.
  • CO3: Creating small projects.
113EC11ABusiness Entrepreneurship
  • CO1: Understand the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and distinct entrepreneurial traits.
  • CO2: Analyse the parameters to assess the opportunity and design strategies for successful entrepreneur.
  • CO3: Understand government policies and Demonstrate the components like sales tax, VAT etc.
124EC1AAnalog Electronics
  • CO1: Understanding concept of feedback and its application in oscillators and amplifiers.
  • CO2: Analyzing circuits using equivalent models.
  • CO3: Understanding the concepts of Schmitt trigger and 555 timer.
134EC2ARandom Variables and Stochastic Processes
  • CO1: Understand the concept of Probability, Random Variables and apply the conditions of various Probability Distributions on Research related problems.
  • CO2: Understand the concept of multiple random variable and Central limit theorem.
  • CO3: Understand the concept of Stochastic Process and its applications in Electronics Communication System.
144EC3AElectronic Measurement and Instrumentation
  • CO1: Understanding the construction , errors and working of electronic instruments i.e. CRO, generators, transducers etc.
  • CO2: Generating and analyzing the frequency components of a wave and its distortion
  • CO3: Understanding different types of AC bridges (i.e.Maxwell inductance, Anderson bridge) and measurement of inductance, capacitance and frequency.
154EC4AElectromagnetic Field Theory
  • CO1: Remembering about coordinate systems and its conversion.
  • CO2: Evaluating electric and magnetic field of different charge and current configurations.
  • CO3- Analyzing about nature of waves.
  • CO4- Understanding the basic concepts of antennas and its types
164EC5AOptimization Techniques
  • CO1: Understanding the problems of optimization, its formulation and LPP with certain techniques.
  • CO2: Analyzing the concept of optimal solutions of Nonlinear programming problems.
  • CO3: Analyzing certain techniques that will help students to solve problems of electronics engineering with reference to optimization.
174EC6AAdvanced Engineering Mathematics-II
  • CO1.Evaluating numerical methods for interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration for differential equations
  • CO2. Understanding recurrence relation, generating function, simple properties of Bessel’s and Legendre’s functions and students can solve simple variational problems using Euler’s equation.
  • CO3. Understanding the concept of probability distribution for discrete and continuous random variables.
  • CO4. Analyzing the problems of electronics engineering with the help of such functions.
184EC7AComputer Programming Lab-II
  • CO1: Understand and applying Object oriented features and C++ concepts.
  • CO2: Analyzing the concept of polymorphism and inheritance.
194EC8AAnalog Electronics Lab
  • CO1: Creating the characteristic graph of various amplifiers, oscillators and filters.
  • CO2: Analysing the behaviour and applications of op-amp
204EC9AMeasurement and Instrumentation Lab
  • CO1: Analyzing the characteristics of various transducers and measuring instruments.
  • CO2: Understanding the concept of earthing and grounding with applications.
214EC10AHumanities and Social Sciences
  • CO1: Understanding history of Indian constitution and society problems.
  • CO2: Analyzing Indian economy.
  • CO3: Analyzing the architecture of Indian history.
225EC1ASignals & Systems
  • CO1: Understanding basic signals and their properties
  • CO2: Evaluating periodic and non periodic signals in Fourier, Laplace and Z-transform.
  • CO3: Understanding the concept of sampling and its applications.
  • CO4: Understanding the concept of decimation and interpolation
235EC2BLinear Integrated Circuits
  • CO1: Understanding Operational amplifier and its applications like oscillators, convertors, filters etc.
  • CO2: Analyzing 555 timer and PLL.
  • CO3: Applying its application in convertors i.e. D/A to A/D.
245EC3ATelecommunication Engg.
  • CO1: Understanding transmission line and its applications.
  • CO2: Analyzing different medium for transmission of signals.
  • CO3: Understanding mobile communication
255EC4AAnalog Communication
  • CO1: Analyze how information is put on electronic systems for storage and delivery through detailed understanding of AM, FM and PM.
  • CO2: Understanding and analyzing the noise performance
  • CO3: Analyzing the application of modulation in mobile communication.
265EC5AMicrowave Engg–I
  • CO1: Analyzing the concept of transmission lines used at GHz frequency range
  • CO2: Evaluating various parameters for microwave based devices.
  • CO3: Understanding Radar based devices used at microwave devices.
275EC6.1ABiomedical Instrumentation
  • CO1: Analyzing human body sub-systems i.e. respiratory, nervous etc and their diagnosis and therapy.
  • CO2: Understanding transducers, electrodes, safety measures and various diagnostic equipments for bio potentials i.e. EEG, ECG, ESR etc.
  • CO3: laparoscope and body temperature.
285EC7AElectronic Engineering Design Lab
  • CO1: Analyzing op-amp and its applications i.e. scalar, differentiator, filters, oscillators etc.
  • CO2: Creating circuits on PSpice.
295EC8AMicrowave Engineering Lab
  • CO1: Analyzing the characteristics of microwave devices i.e. gunn diode, magic tee etc.
  • CO2: Analyzing printed antenna input characteristics.
305EC9ACommunication Lab-I
  • CO1: Creating transmitted and received waveforms of AM, FM.
  • CO2: Creating transmitted and received waveforms of PAM, PPM.
315EC10ASignal Processing Lab
  • CO1: Creating and analyzing elementary signals i.e. unit step, ramp etc.
  • CO2: Analyze the concepts to simulate the Fourier series,Fourier transform and Laplace transform.
  • CO3: Generating random sequences with arbitrary distributions.
325EC11A: Professional Ethics and Disaster Management
  • CO1:Understanding the concepts of social and professional values
  • CO2: Analyzing the importance of engineering.
  • CO3: Evaluating the effect of disasters.
336EC1AMicrowave Engg.-II
  • CO1: Analyzing the operation and characteristics of microwave diodes.
  • CO2: Analyzing klystrons, magnetrons etc. for microwave generation and amplification
  • CO3: Understanding applications of smart antenna.
  • CO1: Implementing real time problems using assembly language.
  • CO2: Analyzing applications of embedded systems.
356EC3AIndustrial Electronics
  • CO1: Understanding different semiconductor power devices and their applications
  • CO2: Analyzing various techniques to control the speed of motors
  • CO3: Analyzing mitigation factors for parameters affecting the performance of power systems
366EC4ADigital Communication
  • CO1: Analyzing analog to digital Conversion Techniques and Line Coding like PCM,DM,ADM and Manchester, AMI.
  • CO2: Evaluating different digital modulation techniques like ASK,BPSK, QPSK and Information theory,error detection and correction Techniques.
  • CO3: Application of digital communication i.e. CDMA
376EC5AControl Systems
  • CO1: Understanding the analogy between electromechanical systems.
  • CO2: Evaluating system stability by following methods i.e. Routh Hurwitz, Root Locus, Nyquist, Bode etc.
  • CO3: Analyzing different system in time domain and state variable model
386EC6.3AOptical Fiber Communication
  • CO1: Understanding optical fibre technology for sophisticated modern telecommunication systems.
  • CO2: Analyzing fundamental behavior and operation of the individual components, their interactions with other devices in an optical fiber link.
  • CO3: Understanding photonic based devices.
396EC7ACommunication Lab-II
  • CO1: Creating transmitted and received waveforms of TDM, PAM, TDM-PCM.
  • CO2: Creating digitally modulated and demodulated waveforms of ASK, PSK
  • CO3: Analyzing optical fibre communication
406EC8AMicroprocessor Lab
  • CO1: Creating assembly language programs for real time problems.
  • CO2: Understanding coding and interfacing of microcontroller.
416EC9ARF Simulation Lab
  • CO1: Evaluating the parameters of microwave based devices using HFSS
  • CO2: Creating simple microstrip patch antenna design.
426EC10AIndustrial Electronics Lab
  • CO1: Evaluate the characteristics of different Semiconductor Power devices i.e. SCR, DIAC, TRIAC etc.
  • CO2: Analyze different power electronic convertors, choppers and motor drivers.
436EC11APersonality Development & General Aptitude
  • CO1: Understanding principles, processes and practices of human resource management.
  • CO2: Applying HR concepts and techniques in strategic planning to improve organizational performance.
447EC1AAntenna and Wave Propagation
  • CO1: Understanding the basic skills required for designing a wide variety of practical antennas and antenna arrays.
  • CO2: Analyzing the propagation of the wave in different atmospheric medium, ionosphere,troposphere propagation
  • CO3: Creating and analyzing the defects introduced in the structures.
457EC2ADigital Signal Processing
  • CO1: Analyzing of filters i.e. FIR, IIR
  • CO2: Use of transforms in signal analysis, characterization and manipulation
  • CO3: Understanding adaptive signal processing and auto cross correlation
467EC3ADigital Image Processing
  • CO1: Analyze image, its operation and filtering.
  • CO2: Evaluation of image through morphological and image compression.
  • CO3: Understanding of image recognization using biometric and stegnography.
477EC4AWireless Communication
  • CO1: Understanding mobile radio propagation, fading, diversity concepts and the channel modeling.
  • CO2: Analyzing wireless communication systems with key 3G (e.g., CDMA) and 4G (OFDM) technologies
  • CO3: Understanding satellite communication
  • CO4: Understanding adhoc networks
487EC5AVLSI Design
  • CO1: Understanding modes, types, characteristics and fabrication of MOS
  • CO2: Creating combinational and sequential digital circuits and layouts using CMOS technology.
  • CO3: Understanding CMOS Design rules via advanced Tanner Tools.
497EC6.3AVHDLCO1: Understanding the design flow of different integrated circuits. CO2: Understanding the fundamentals, advantages of VHDL and writing code for combinational and sequential circuits.
507EC7ASignal & Image Processing Lab
  • CO1: Implementing various DSP Algorithms using MATLAB Software package.
  • CO2: Analyzing and observing magnitude and phase characteristics (Frequency response Characteristics) of digital FIR, IIR Butterworth and Chebyshev filters.
517EC8AWireless Communication Lab
  • CO1: Evaluate antenna return loss, gain, radiation characteristics, and polarization.
  • CO2: Understanding and analyzing RADAR, satellite,CDMA-DSSS, and GPS trainer.
527EC9APractical Training & Industrial Visit
  • CO1: Applying the applications of electronics and communication engineering concepts and principles learned in classroom.
  • CO2: Analyzing awareness of the engineering and technological aspects in the electronics and communication industries.
  • CO3: Improving interpersonal skill by communicating directly with industrial personnel.
  • CO4: Analyzing the roles and ethics of engineers in related industries.
  • CO5: Analyzing the impact of industrial processes on health, safety, environment and society.
538EC1AIC Technology
  • CO1: Understanding crystal, its defects, operation and different techniques to make it high quality.
  • CO2: Analyzing applications of MOS IC technology.
  • CO3: Understanding crystal structure and novel devices
548EC2ARadar and TV Technology
  • CO1: Understanding the characteristics and applications of radar.
  • CO2: Analyzing the architecture and features of television.
  • CO3: Understanding the real life applications of RADAR systems.
558EC3AMEMS and Nanotechnology
  • CO1: Analyzing the characteristics, fabrication and patterning techniques of nanotechnology.
  • CO2: Understanding nano electronics and changes in their properties and applications i.e. electrical, magnetic, mechanical and optical.
  • CO3: Understanding sensors like pressure, nano etc.
568EC4.3AMicrocontroller and Embedded Systems
  • CO1: Implementing real time problems using assembly language.
  • CO2: Analyzing hardware interfacing of microcontroller with LED’s, sensors.
  • CO3: Understanding the functioning of PIC and ARM microcontroller
578EC5ARF Fabrication Lab
  • CO1: Implement planar transmission line, couplers and filters.
  • CO2: Analyze methods to determine circuit properties of microwave devices.
588EC6Industrial Economics and Management
  • CO1: Understand the role of economic principles in the organisational structure and how to sketch the cash flow diagram, as applied to engineering firms
  • CO2: Analyse and evaluate the various new industrial policies to calculate common capital appraisal techniques.
  • CO3: Evaluate and implement functions of management with emerging managerial tools to be a successful entrepreneur.
598EC7AVLSI Design and Optical Fiber Lab
  • CO1: Creating and simulating various combinational and sequential circuits.
  • CO2: Evaluating propagation losses in optical fiber.
  • CO3: Evaluating characteristics of optical sources i.e. LED, LASER
  • CO1: Understand and review the available literature on the chosen problem
  • CO2: Apply the methodology to solve the identified problem
  • CO3: Analyze the principles and tools for the problem.
  • CO4: Create the technique to solve the problem.
  • CO5: Prepare and present project report



B.Tech VII Sem (2019-20) 

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International Workshop On Open Source Innovations –TechnologicalConvergence by RED HAT ACADEMY

  1. Date: 17th to 31th January 2018 and 19th Feb to 28th Feb 2018
  2. Venue: C – Block auditorium
  3. Objectives:
    • To aware research scholars, students and faculty members about the
    • Brief Introduction of Red Hat. Various career opportunists available in the market apart from Networking jobs
    • Market significance of red Hat certification. Career opportunities with Red Hat certifications.

Seminar by Huawei on multiple leading ICT technologies such as Wireless (2G, 3G, LTE), Core network

Informative Seminar presentations were conducted by ECE department on HCIG program, aimed for Engineering students, where participants get trained & certified by Huawei on multiple leading ICT technologies such as Wireless (2G, 3G, LTE), Core network

  1. Objectives:For Engineering students get trained & certified by Huawei on multiple leading ICT technologies such as Wireless (2G, 3G, LTE), Core network

Induction Ceremony of JECRC Batch 2017-21.

It was a historic moment for JECRC, as we welcomed the Chairman AICTE, Dr. Anil Sahasrabudhe and Director AICTE, Dr. Manpreet Singh Manna for Induction Ceremony of JECRC Batch 2017-21. More than 1500 people attended this event . On this occasion, meritorious students were felicitated for their achievements

  1. Venue: Central Lawn
  2. Guests of Honour at the event: The Chairman AICTE,Dr. Anil Sahasrabudhe and The Director AICTE, Dr. Manpreet Singh Manna

Spy Robotic Workshop by TechiNest Pvt. Ltd.

  1. Date of the event:19thAugust 2017
  2. Venue:B-Block
  3. Objectives:To introduce the significance and emergence Spy Robotics

Smart India Hackathon-2017

The government of India organized Smart India Hackathon-2017, under the Ministry of Human Research and Development (MHRD) in association with AICTE. Around 50 teams from all over the India participated in the College campus. They came to Jaipur on March 30-31, 2017 and stayed on the college campus till April 3, 2017.

  1. Date of the event:March 30th to April 3 rd 2017
  2. Venue: JECRC College


J-Techtrix was organized for B. Tech students of all years on April 08, 2017 during 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. The objective of this exhibition was ‘The project-based learning’ (beyond the syllabus). It provided a platform to the students to learn various experimental as well as theoretical aspects of various physical phenomena of science and technology.

  1. Date of the event: 5th and 6th April 2017
  2. Venue: C-Block
  3. Objectives:To introduce students to the project-based learning(beyond the syllabus)


National Conference

The National Conference “RAST-2018” is organized with a vision to address the various issues to promote the creation of intelligent solutions in future. In RAST-2018 students and research scholars were made aware about the recent trends in the field of electronics and electrical engineering. Students knew about the benefits of such conferences so that they may get an insight into the field of research which is an essential factor for the advancement of their career

  • Date of the event:March 27th to March 28th 2018
  • Venue: B-Block, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Industrial Tour[BRAMAN] at TalentPull Chandigarh

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering organized an industrial Tour BHRAMAN on 19th March to 25th March 2018 for ECE students. The industrial visit is coordinated by Ms. Aapurva Kaul, Mr. Ashish Sharma, Mr. Bhoopesh Kumawat , Ms. Preeti Barot, Ms. Shivam Upadhyay.

  1. Date of the event:March 19th to March 25th 2018
  2. Attendees: 51 Students of ECE department along with 5 Faculty Members.
  3. Objectives:To introduce students to the project-based learning(beyond the syllabus)



For all those who have passion in Robotic so far Sports, RENAISSANCE?’18 presents Formula zero. This competition is to show how good and swift robot of yours can be,by crossing the hurdles using it and scoring more points.

  1. Date of the event:27thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue: B-Block Fountain Area
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Mr. Ankur Gangwar
    2. Mr. Neha Singh
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Gaurav gupta
    2. Jaya Mittal
    3. Anshul Dhaka
    4. Anant
    5. Saandeep
    6. Naman

Line Follower

For all those who have passion in Robotics or Sports, RENAISSANCE’18 presents Line follower. This competition is to show how good and swift robot of yours can be by following a line using it and scoring more points.

  1. Date of the event:8thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue: C-401
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Dr. Vinita Mathur
    2. Ms. Patul Tyagi
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Gaurav gupta
    2. Jaya Mittal
    3. Anshul Dhaka
    4. Anant
    5. Saandeep
    6. Naman

Game of Drones

Build your Drone to travel from source to destination crossing various interruptions, hurdles, etc., along the path of journey. This is an open event for all (but should not be from any industry or a professional).

  1. Date of the event:26thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue: GH-Lawn
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Siddharth Chaturvedi
    2. Naresh kumar
    3. Ashish Sharma


This event is to develop research aptitude among engineering students. Future of education belongs to research. Students who want to pursue higher studies in india or abroad are very much inquisitive about developing research aptitude . Technophilia will provide them a solid platform to begin.

  1. Date of the event:26thMarch 2017.
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:qu
    1. Rajesh Bhataija
    2. S.S.Manaktala
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Shipra Goyal
    2. Radhey Shyam


“CASH THE ASH”, In this event students have to develop a working model from the available components of a non working or discarded device according their innovative idea. Creating is not finding of a thing but making something out of it after it is found so get your mind work to create something innovative from the ASH.

  1. Date of the event:26thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue: ECE workshop & BS-12
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Rajesh Bhataija
    2. S.S.Manaktala
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Mr. Maneet
    2. Mr. Giriraj
    3. Mr. Kailash


Renovators is a technical event that falls right in into the core of engineering. It emphasis on the basic circuits that are involve in the course of engineering. It also disperse light onto the innovation and creativity. There are 2 rounds, first about the identification of circuit elements and second about the design of already studied circuit.

  1. Date of the event:25thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue: BG-15, BG-16
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Mr. Deepak Sankhala
    2. Mr. Venimadhav Sharma
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Ambuj Shukla
    2. Abhay Goyal
    3. Anchal Agrawal
    4. Anchal Khandelwal
    5. Deveant Kumar
    6. Lovey Agrawal


Techino Buzz is a Technical poster presentation. This is the presentation of research information or an idea with an academic or professional focus on a poster. For any professional, communicating his/her idea efficiently determines his success professionally. The primary motive of this competition is to enhance the ability to deliver a visual presentation without any other audio/video aids. This event basically focuses on the creativity of the students. Here at Renaissance we provide you a platform to showcase your innovation, creativity, knowledge, and ability to tackle practical problems.

  1. Date of the event:27thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue:BF-01
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Ms. Ritu Vyas
    2. Ms. Shivam Upadhyay
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Ayush Jain
    2. Ajay Agarwal
    3. Ayushi Johari
    4. Avi Goyal
    5. Aman Khandelwal
    6. Ashish Gupta


A Quiz Is More Than Just A Collection Of Questions In Search Of Answers. It Is A Reflection Of The Times We Live And Have Lived In. The Event Presents A Medley Of Well Gleaned Technical Questions To Test The Intellectual Capabilities. If Archie Was The First And Backrub Became Google, The Advent Of Search Engines And Internet Has Meant That Answers To Anything Are Just A Click Away.

  1. Date of the event:27thMarch 2018.
  2. Venue:BF-01
  3. Faculty Co-ordinators:
    1. Ms. Ritu Vyas
    2. Ms. Shivam Upadhyay
  4. Students Co-dinators:
    1. Arushi Khandelwal
    2. Akshansha Singhal
    3. Bhavit Mathur
    4. Devansh Dadich
    5. Anubhav Khandelwal

  1. Dr. Sandeep Vyas published research paper “Numerical modeling of borosilicate doped photonic-crystal fiber for mid-IR supercontinuum generation” in IEEE Internation conference “Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium-Fall (PIERS-FALL), 2017” in Singapore.
  2. Dr. Sandeep Vyas was invited as the subject expert to deliver his lecture on Faculty Development Program (FDP) was organized on “Photonic Integrated Devices & Systems” during 22 nd to 26 th November 2017 under the banner of E&ICT Academy in Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) Jaipur.
  3. Dr. Sandeep Vyas was invited to Chair the session in International Conference on Optical & Wireless Technologies (OWT 2018) by Springer at Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) on March (18 th -19 th ) 2018.
  4. Dr. Sandeep Vyas was invited as the subject expert to give his lecture on Faculty Development Program (FDP) was organized on “Advance in Communication Technology” during 9 th to 14 th February 2018 under the banner of E&ICT Academy in Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) Jaipur.
  5. Dr. Sandeep Vyas has been elected as Executive Committee Member of IETE Rajasthan Center for 2017-19 and 2020-2022.
  6. Dr. Sandeep Vyas has been promoted as a Senior Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Society in the year 2018.
  7. Dr. Sandeep Vyas has been promoted as a Fellow Member of the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) Society in the year 2018.
  8. Dr. Sandeep Vyas has been elected as Executive Committee Member of IEEE Rajasthan Subsection for the year 2019.
  9. Dr. Sandeep Vyas has been elected as Treasurer of IEEE Rajasthan Subsection for the year 2020.

    Dr. Neha Singh

    • 4 indexed papers in Scopus since 2016 and 1 SCI-E since 2020.

    • 3 research papers in international journal of repute.

    • One patents in 2020

    • Completed 10 certified courses from Coursera.


    Dr. Parul Tyagi

    • 3 indexed papers in Scopus since 2016 and 2 SCI-E since 2017.
    • 3 research papers in international journal of repute.
    • One patents in 2020
    • Completed 10 certified courses from Coursera.

    Dr. Vinita Mathur

    • 7 indexed papers in Scopus since 2016 and 5 SCI-E since 2017.
    • 3 research papers in international journal of repute.
    • Two patents in 2020
    • Received letter as an expert faculty from RTU Kota for Control System Component of B.Tech. course.
    • Completed 8 certified courses from Coursera.


  1. Ms. Vinita Mathur is Awarded PhD degree from JECRC University, in electronics and communication in Jan 2018 and she has five research paper publications in 2017 in journals having international repute.
  2. Ashish Sharma is awarded a certificate from NPTEL for the sucessful completion of 8 week course on Data Science.
  3. Bhoopesh Kr. Kumawat attended an academy training program on “Technical Report Writing and Authorizing of Research Manuscripts with LaTex” organized by Electronics & ICT Academy MNIT, Jaipur during 14/04/17 to 16/04/17.
  4. Dr. Lokesh Bansal attended an academy training program on “Advanced Optimization Techniques (AOT-2017) ” organized by Electronics & ICT Academy MNIT, Jaipur during 06/10/17 to 15/10/17.
  5. Ashish Sharma attended an academy training program on “Advanced Optimization Techniques (AOT-2017) ” organized by Electronics & ICT Academy MNIT, Jaipur during 06/10/17 to 15/10/17.
  6. Mr. Ashutosh Sharma was invited to attend and express their views on Microsoft Digital India event which is organized at Jaipur on 11th April 2017.
  7. Mr. Veni Madhav Sharma was awarded by the degree of Master of Technology in January 2018.
  8. Ms. Preeti Barot has received Gold medal for her Master’s degree from Poornima Institute of technology Jaipur in February 2018.
  9. Mr. Ashutosh Sharma and Mr. Lokesh Sharma from ECE Department attended a conference on cyber security on 14th March, 2018 held at Constitution Club of India, New Delhi.
  1. Ms.Anushree Sharma student of final year ECE made a new world record of reciting values of square root TWO for most decimal places as she broke previous world record. She recited 6002 values of square root TWO after decimal in one attempt.
  2. Our students Mr.Sumit Mittal ,ECE second year , have developed Emergency Medical Aid App (First of its kind) for passengers of West Central Railways. On 8th Feb 2018 they were invited by officials of the Indian railways to demonstrate the app before the CMD and GM (Mr. Girish Pillai) of the same zone at Zonal office Bharatpur. They were awarded and extolled by the General Manager also.
  3. Ms. Mahak Ahuja(Session 2017-2018 ) secured 10th Position in Merit list of Rajasthan Technical University, Kota with 84.66%.
  4. Rohit Raj from ECE branch (2nd year) has been selected as a scholar in Google India Challenge Scholarship 2018 by Udacity on 7th February 2018
  5. Kanishka Kukreja of ECE department (final year) received a Accenture women Achiever award in year 2017 on women’s day celebration at college campus by Accenture.
  6. Ms. Rashi Bansal of ECE department (Second year) won the event “PARIDHAN” of National Tech Management Fest held at JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur.
  7. Ms. Rashi Bansal of ECE department (Second year) secured first position in the event “PANACHE” conducted by Creative Arts and Cultural Society held at MNIT, Jaipur.

The department has been provided with following laboratories and workshops fully equipped with equipment and machinery as prescribed in the syllabus.

  • Electronic Devices Circuit Lab
  • Electronics Circuit Lab
  • Pulse Digital Circuits Lab
  • Analog Communication Lab
  • Linear IC Applications Lab
  • Microprocessors Microcontrollers Lab
  • Digital Communication Lab
  • Micro Processors Lab
  • ECAD Lab
  • Digital Signal Processing Lab
  • Microwave Optical Communications Lab

Department Library Details

  • Staff in charge: Devendra Sharma
  • Location: ECE Department

ECE Department Library has about 131 books related to various fields in electronics and communication like Digital communication, Signal processing, Antenna theory and design etc . It is also a store house of lab manuals, previous year question papers and lecture CDs. It holds various reports like mini project, seminar, main project of ECE students

Text book areas:

  • Electronics Engineering
  • Analog & Digital Communication
  • Wireless Communication & Networks
  • Microwave Engineering
  • Signal Processing
  • VLSI & Embedded Systems
  • Microprocessor & Microcontroller
  • Optical Communication
  • Networks
  • Others ( magazines, GATE, guides, Handbooks)


  • Analog circuits lab I & II
  • Logic design lab
  • Digital electronics lab
  • Electronics circuits & communication lab
  • Analog communication lab
  • Signal processing lab
  • Advanced coomunication lab
  • Microwave lab

Media and other Content

  • RTU quesiton papers of about 5 copies from 3rd to 8th Semester
  • Video & textbook CDs

Soft copies of textbook:

  • Microelectronics circuits theory & application
  • Digital Control
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Digital Principles & Design
  • FDP electronics in medical diagonosis.

V. K. Jaiswal, Scientist, DEAL, Defence R and D Organisation

Success Story: Initial year of my professional life in Bangalore as a Research Scientist, I have been involved in developing Electronic Warfare (EW) Suite for Fighter Aircraft. We have successfully developed the EW Suite for India’s First Indigenous Fighter Aircraft LCA Tejas. Further, after transfer to Dehradun, I have been given responsibility of design and development of Software Defined Radios (SDR) for Indian Navy. We have developed SDRs of various form factors, so that it can used at different platforms used in Navy. This work is in final stage of completion.

Message to Juniors: Hello Friends, Keep your aim high and fix it as soon as possible. All your effort during the college time should be in the direction to achieve the final Aim. Make a balance in professional and personal life. If you have any hobby, keep it alive and spend some time for it also. It gives you joy and satisfaction in life. Never get dishearten due to failure. Just restart with new energy and move ahead.

Vipul Tiwari, Network Engineer, Ericsson

An engineer’s life is quite challenging and enjoyable and my College gave me the knowledge and support with its splendid learning atmosphere as well as teaching facilities which are impeccable and the variety of services available made me always feel very lucky to be a part of it. Completing a bachelor degree is a small part of our life long journey. However, it is an essential part of our successful career. Therefore, I would say “It’s not the end, but just the beginning of our educational journey!” I would like to thank JECRC and our Electronics department for all the enormous support and opportunities.

Shalini Agarwal , Software Developer, Accenture

I am a student of JECRC (ECE 2017 batch) and would like to whole heartedly announce that, JECRC has provided me a wonderful environment and opportunity to learn and grow myself academically as well as to secure a place in corporate with it best placement services . The facilities here always motivated me to empower myself and were very friendly enthusiastic, ready to help, encouraging and supportive. I have been waiting for an opportunity to convey my warm regards and been thankful to my college for presenting me a wonderful environment.

Neha Kumari , Software Developer, TCS

I believe that I made the right decision by choosing JECRC College. I am grateful to my faculties and management for their help and support throughout. Their approach is professional yet very personal and friendly. They guided me in every way they could. They have patiently attended all my queries and provided me with satisfactory solution. Thank you for all your help. Department of ECE of JECRC college offers good quality teaching and learning environment which is more effective to the students and students can learn more than their academic curriculum to learn more and more to enhance our technical skills required to boost up our carrier.

Tanuj Kothari Software Developer, Accenture

I feel really proud to be a part of Accenture and the credit for this goes to the dept of ECE,JECRC . They gave us excellent training in soft and technical skills. They refined all our skills which helped a lot during the various stages of my interview. Their intensive coaching boosted my confidence levels to a great extent. JECRC is an excellent institute where students get innumerable opportunities to hone their skills and talents. Once we step into this college there is no looking back, only sky is the limit for every student here. Sophisticated infrastructure, excellent faculty and well maintained labs provide every student an opportunity to excel in life. I take this opportunity to thank each and everyone who is a part of JECRC.

Tapan Soni, Lead UI/UX Designer, Cashless Technologies

Jaipur Engineering College and Research Centre is much beyond just an “Institution”…It actually denotes a “Culture”…Culture of excellence, empowerment, and enrichment. Being a part of JECRC, I felt blessed. The college has molded my personality and clarified my vision of the future. That day is not far when people will recognize me with the name of JECRC and I am very grateful to the Department of ECE and Institute for providing guidelines and motivation to inspire me to achieve my goals.

Suwarana Sant, AP, Career Point

Attending College for the first time has been a trying but great experience for me. The way in which I have grown up, mature, and found out who really I am, is something that I couldn’t accomplish without going to college. At This College I gained friendship and experiences which added a different perspective to my life. It feels great to be taught by amazing teachers who are the best. They always motivated and encouraged me to face the risks and learn new things. I am and will always be thankful to JECRC for making me a person I am today.

Veerangana, Network Engineer, Ericsson

I was fortunate to be placed in Ericsson where I was trained on hardware connectivity and Networking applications . During my tenure at Ericsson, I could put forth my technical skills which I have learnt at the JECRC Institution. It was a very wonderful experience to work in the corporate world. It happened because of the assistance and support provided by the JECRC foundation.

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In this race of just coming first and not grasping any knowledge, Xananoids took its initial step in inculcating the knowledge among the students of the first year with the basic of robotics. The seminar took place in three sessions. It was great to see such overwhelming enthusiasm of the young buds. We wish that this zeal and curiosity learn more and more stays forever. The members of the Xananoids club go to various technical fests in a different event. Recently the team took part in plinth tech fest of LNMIIT in the transporter and stood second in it. The team consist of Mithlesh (ECE) Rishabh (ECE) Harish (Mech) Gaurav (Mech) Jitendra (Mech) and Shubham (CSE).

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Recent News

  • International Workshop On Open Source Innovations
  • Industrial visit to Philips Lighting Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh on 23rd march 2018
  • Successfully conducted one day workshop on CCNA networking by IIHT, (Indian institute of hardware technology).
  • SakRobotix conducted 28 hours training from 19th January to 22th January 2018.
  • Informative Seminar presentations were conducted by ECE departement on HCIG
  • Spy Robotic Workshopby Techinest Pvt. Ltd.on 19th August.
  • Induction Ceremony of JECRC batch 2017-21.
  • Smart India Hackathon-2017 under MHRD association with AICTE
  • J-techtrix oraganised on April 08, 2017
  • Industrial visit to Tesca Technologies Pvt. Ltd., 17 Jan, 2018
  • 2018-19 TCS placed students through CODEVITA - Mithilesh Yadav, Jatin Kumar Agarwal, Kaushiki Mishra, Lakshita Sharma, Dravika Mehta

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