PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)
PEO-1: To enable the students learn the fundamentals of Electronics and Communication Engineering very conceptually so that they can continuously update themselves in the context of growing technology.
PEO-2: To make the program rich in core subjects so that the graduates in Electronics and Communication Engineering can fit themselves in any relevant industry (or) pursue higher learning.
PEO-3: To introduce many soft electives in the program so that the students can grow in the field of his/her personal interests and cross-migrate if they chose so.
PEO-4: To make the program accommodate very general subjects like environmental sciences, Professional Ethics etc., so that the Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates develop a broad and soft Personality useful to the community in general.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)
1. Be on par with those from any advanced institution and to take up any job either in the core industry (or) in allied disciplines.
2. Fit to write any competitive examinations for getting selected to undertake relevant career at a high end.
3. Develop a techno ethical personality to serve the people in general and Electronics & Communication Engineering in particular.
4. Enable the students adopt themselves in any socio-technological situation.
5. Develop communication and leadership skills so that the candidates in their future become leaders in the industry & academia.
6. Make students do projects either of fundamental nature (or) of the ones useful to industry such that in either case they enter the frontiers of research.
7. Have a basic capability to analyze and /or design an electronics and Communication system and be useful to the community in general.
8. Function effectively as an individual and also as a member and leader in diverse teams.
9. Communicate effectively problems of his discipline to the experts of other disciplines.
10. Have sufficient working knowledge in IT tools for him to correctly model the system and predict the solution.
11. Prepare for a life-long learning in the broadest context of technological changes.