Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic)


(Updated on 2016-2017 Intake)


EcE-11011 & 12011 Fundamental of Electronic Circuits I (2-0-1) 2.5 Credit Points
Electrical Fundamentals, Passive Components, DC Circuits, Alternating Voltage and Current, Semiconductors, Power Supplies

BE EC Year I curriculum


EcE-21002 &EcE-22002 Communication Principles I & II (2-1-0) 2.5 Credit Points
Introduction to Electronic Communication, Electronic Fundamentals for Communications, Amplitude Modulation Fundamentals, Amplitude Modulator and Demodulator Circuits, Fundamentals of Frequency Modulation, FM Circuits, Digital Communication Techniques, Radio Communication Techniques, Radio Transmitters, Communication Receivers, Multiplexing and Demultiplexing 
EcE-21001 & EcE-22001 Electronic Engineering Circuit I & II (2-0-2) 3 Credit Points
Basic Components and Electric Circuits, Voltage and Current Laws, Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis, Handy Circuit Analysis Techniques, The Operational Amplifier, Capacitors and Inductors, Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis, AC Circuit Power Analysis, Polyphase Circuits, Magnetically Coupled Circuits
EcE-21021 & EcE-22021 Digital Electronics I & II (2-0-1)2.5 Credit Points
 Introductory Concept Digital and Analogue Quantities, Number System, Operations and Codes, Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification, Combinational Logic Analysis, Functions of Combinational Logic, Latches, Flip-Flop and Timers, Counters, Shift Registers, Signal Interfacing and Processing
EcE-21011& EcE-22011 Microelectronics I & II (2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Introduction to Electronics, Diodes and Applications, Special – Purpose Diode, Bipolar Junction Transistors, Transistor Bias Circuits, BJT Amplifiers, Power Amplifiers,Field – Effect Transistors (FET), FET Amplifiers and Switching Circuits
EcE-21014&EcE-22014 Technical Programming I & II (2-0-2) 3 Credit Points
Introduction to C Programming, Structured Program Development In C, Program Control, C Functions, Array, C Characters and Strings, C Formatted Input/ Output

BE EC Year II curriculum


EcE-31001 &EcE-32001 Engineering Circuit Analysis (2-1-2) 3.5 Credit Points
Basic RL And RC Circuits, The RLC Circuits, Complex Frequency and The Laplace Transform, Circuit Analysis in the s-Domain, Frequency Response, Two-Port Networks, Fourier Circuit Analysis
EcE-31002 &EcE-32002 Digital Communication (2-2-0) 3 Credit Points
Definition and terms, Analogue and Modulation Principles, Spread Spectrum Systems, Digital Modulation Techniques, Pulse Code Modulation, Noise Figure and Noise Temperature, Effects of Noise and Distortion on Analogue and Digital Signal, Determination of Bit Error Rates, Source Coding Techniques, Bit Error Detection and Correction, Line and interface coding, IOS Open Systems Interconnect Seven-Layer Model
EcE-31011 &EcE-32011 Engineering Electromagnetic (2-1-0) 2.5 Credit Points
Vector Analysis, Coulomb Forces and Electric Field Intensity, Electric Flux Density, Gauss’s Law, And Divergence, Energy and Potential, Conductors and Dielectrics, Capacitance, The Steady Magnetic Field, Magnetic Forces, Materials and Inductance, Time-Varying Fields and Maxwellʼs Equation
EcE-31021 & 32021 Integrated Electronics I & II (2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Amplifier Frequency Response, Thyristors, The Operational Amplifier, Basic Op-Amp Circuits, Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits Active Filters, Oscillators, Voltage Regulators
EcE-31003 &EcE-32003 Modelling and Control I&II (2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Introduction to Control Systems, Mathematical Models of Systems, State Variable Models, Feedback Control System Characteristics, The Performance of Feedback Control System, The Stability of Linear Feedback Systems
EcE-31025&EcE-32025 Analogue and Digital ElectronicsI&II(Mechanical) (2-0-1)
Diodes, Diode Application, Bipolar Junctions Transistor(BJT), DC Biasing (BJT), Field-Effect Transistor (FET), FET Biasing, Operation Amplifier, Two Terminal Devices, Number Systems and Arithmetic, Combinational Logic, Basic Adders, Counters, Shift Registers

BE EC Year III curriculum


EcE-41002 &EcE-42002Computer CommunicationI&II (2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Transmission Media, Signal Encoding Techniques, Data Link Control Protocols, Multiplexing, Switching and Packet Switching, Routing in Switched Networks, Cellular Wireless Networks, High-Speed LANs, Wireless LANs
EcE-41021&EcE-42021Digital Design with HDL I&II(2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Design Concepts, Introduction to Logic Circuits, Implementation Technology, Optimized Implementation of Logic Functions, Number Representation and Arithmetic Circuits, Combinational Circuit Building Blocks, Flip-Flops, Registers, Counters and a Simple Processor, Synchronous Sequential Circuits, Asynchronous Sequential Circuits, Digital System Design
EcE-41003 &EcE-42003 Modern Control SystemI&II(2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
The Root-Locus Method, Frequency Response Methods, Stability in the Frequency Domain, The Design of Feedback Control Systems, The Design of State Variable Feedback System
EcE-41031 &EcE-42031 Industrial Electronic and ControlI&II(2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Thyristors, Inverters, Dual converters, Choppers and Cycloconverters, Motor Control, Heating and Welding Control, Photo Emitters, AC Power Conditioner, Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Input-Output Devices, Number Systems, I/O Processing, Ladder and Functional Block Programming
EcE-41024 &EcE-42024 Computer ScienceI&II(2-0-2)
Logic Description in Pseudo Code, Control Structures, Sub-Algorithm, Introduction to Turbo C Programming, Elementary C, Standard Header File and their Functions, Conditional Branching Statements, Iteration (Lopping) Statements, Functions, Arrays, Pointers and String, Format File, Introduction to OOP, Objects and Classes, Operator Overloading and Data Type Conversion, Inheritance, Pointers, Virtual and Friend Functions, File and Streams

BE EC Year IV curriculum


EcE-51001& EcE-52001 Advanced ElectronicsI&II(2-1-2) 3.5 Credit Points
BJT Small Signal Models and Analysis Design of BJT Amplifier Circuits FET Amplifiers, Multi-device Circuits, Frequency of Electronic Amplifiers, Power Amplifier
EcE-51003& 52003 Digital Control SystemI&II(2-1-2) 3.5 Credit Points
Digital Control System, Digital Computer Control System Application, The PIC Microcontroller Family, Introducing the PIC  16 Series and the 16F84A e Ports, Power Supply and the Clock Oscillator, Starting to Program anIntroduction to Assembler, Building Assembler Programming Techniques Prototype Hardware, More PIC Applications and Devices
EcE-51005&EcE-52005 Digital Signal ProcessingI&II (2-0-2) 3 Credit Points
Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, The Fourier Series and Fourier Transform, The z Transform, Discrete-Time Systems, The Application of the z Transform, The Sampling Process, The Discrete Fourier Transform, Realization of Digital Filters
EcE-51006&EcE-52006 Industrial Management& ControlI&II (2-2-0) 3 Credit Points
History of Management, Organizing and the Human Element, Tools for Marking Effective Engineering and Technology, Project Selection and Management, Management of Engineering Design and Product Costing, Management of Proposals and Contracts, Management of  Engineering Design and Product Costing, Concurrent Engineering, Project Management, Risk Management
EcE-51012&EcE-52012 Modern Electronic Communication SystemI&II (2-1-0) 2.5 Credit Points
Optical Fiber Communications, Digital Multiplexing, Satellite Communications, Radar Systems, Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) and EDGE, Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) and HighSpeed Packet Access (HSPA), Long Term Evolution (LTE), 5G Mobile Networks
EcE-51013&EcE-52013 Microwave EngineeringI&II(2-1-1) 3 Credit Points
Electromagnetic Theory, Transmission Line Theory, Impedance Matching and Tuning, Transmission Lines and Waveguides, Microwave Resonators, Antenna Fundamentals, Introduction to Microwave Systems
EcE-51033&EcE-52033 PLC Programming Methods and TechniquesI&II(2-0-3) 3.5 Credit Points
IL, FSC and ST programming methods, Internal relays, Jump and call, Timers, Counters, Shift register, Data handling, Designing program, Programs

BE EC Year V curriculum


EcE-61015 Computer Networking (2-0-2) 3 Credit Points
Computer Networks and the Internet, Application Layer, Transport Layer, The Network Layer
HSS-61011 Humanity and Social and Science (3-0-0) 3 Credit Points
Introduction and Social Science and Humanities, Introduction to Social Science and Humanities, Philosophy and Ethics, The Environment, Economics, Development, Public Health

BE EC Year VI curriculum