B.Sc. Electronics is a specialised course for students who wish to learn the fundamentals of electronics. This programme, which covers topics like Engineering Materials, Digital Electronics, Analog Electronics, Data Structure, Programming Languages, Quantum Mechanics, Mathematics, Statistics, Network Analysis, Fundamentals of Electronics and Electromagnetics, prepares students for challenges in the electronics and communication industry by equipping them with good analytical and communication skills.
Choice Based Credit System
|Course Code||Course Name||Type||Marks|
|CC-1||Basic Circuit Theory and Network Analysis||1||100|
|CC-2||Mathematics Foundation for Electronics||1||100|
|GE-1||Network Analysis and Analog Electronics (Applicable for students opting for Electronics as Generic Elective)||1||100|
|CC-4||C Programming and Data Structure||2||100|
|GE-2||Linear and Digital Integrated Circuits (Applicable for students opting for Electronics as Generic Elective)||2||100|
|SEC-1-A-1 or SEC-1-A-2||Design and Fabrication of Printed Circuit Boards or Circuit Modeling using PSPICE||3||100|
|GE-3||Communication Electronics (Applicable for students opting for Electronics as Generic Elective)||3||100|
|CC-8||Operational Amplifiers and Applications||4||100|
|CC-9||Digital Electronics and VHDL||4||100|
|CC-10||Signals and Systems||4||100|
|SEC-2-B-1 or SEC-2-B-2||Internet and Java Programming or programming with Matlab/Scilab||4||100|
|GE-4||Microprocessors and Microcontrollers (Applicable for students opting for Electronics as Generic Elective)||4||100|
|CC-12||Microprocessors and Microcontrollers||5||100|
|DSE-1-A-1 or DSE-1-A-2||Numerical Techniques or Control Systems||5||100|
|DSE-2-B-1 or DSE-2-B-2||Semiconductor Fabrication and Characterization or Power Electronics||5||100|
|DSE-3-A-1 or DSE-3-A-2||Basic VLSI Design or Digital Signal Processing||6||100|
|DSE-4-B-1 or DSE-4-B-2||Biomedical Instrumentation or Transmission Lines + Antenna and Microwave Devices||6||100|
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A candidate taking up Honours Course in a subject must have obtained at the previous qualifying examination a minimum of:
55% marks in Electronics + PASS marks in Mathematics
45% marks in Electronics + 50% marks in BO4 + PASS marks in Mathematics
- If the candidate has not studied Electronics in class XII, he / she needs to achieve the above-mentioned marks in Physics to apply for Electronics (H).
- Candidate passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for Admission.
- Please also read General Eligibility Criteria, Under Admissions.
10:15 am to 4:30 pm (Day Session, Co-Ed)
₹ 24,725 (First Semester)