BE ECE Syllabus & Subjects:

The course syllabus for the Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electronics and Communication Engineering) [ECE] course is tabulated below. While minor variations may be noticed in the curricula of certain colleges, the crux of the syllabus structure remains the same in most colleges throughout the nation.

BE ECE Syllabus - Semester I BE ECE Syllabus - Semester II
Communicative English Vector Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations
Calculus and matrix algebra Chemistry/Physics
Computational Thinking and Problem Solving Computer Programming
Physics/Chemistry Solid-state device
Physics/Chemistry lab Fundamentals of Electronics technology
Workshop A/ Workshop B Chemistry lab/physics lab
Engg. Drawing- CAD Workshop B/ Workshop A
Cultural Education I Computer Programming Lab

 

BE ECE Syllabus - Semester III BE ECE Syllabus - Semester IV
Humanities Elective Humanities Elective II
Value program Values program II
Linear Algebra Probability and Random Process
Network theory Electronic Circuits
Electromagnetic Theory Digital Signal Processing
Digital System Transmission lines and Waveguides
Signals and system Digital Signal Processing lab
Digital systems lab Electronic Circuits Lab I

 

BE ECE Syllabus - Semester V BE ECE Syllabus - Semester VI
Optimization Techniques Digital Communication
Linear Integrated Circuit Data communication and networks
Control Engineering Computer organization and architecture
Communication theory VLSI Design
Microprocessor and Microcontroller Elective 1
Circuits and communication lab VLSI Design lab
Microcontroller lab Digital Communication lab
Soft Skills II Open lab
Live-In- Lab Soft Skills III

 

BE ECE Syllabus - Semester VII BE ECE Syllabus - Semester VIII
Environmental studies Elective IV
Radiofrequency e engineering Elective V
Information theory and coding theory Project phase 2
Elective II -
Elective III -
Microwave engineering lab -
Project Phase I -
Live In lab II -

The subjects pursued in the curriculum of the BE ECE course are listed below. While minor variations are sometimes observed in the curricula of a few colleges, the crux of the curricula remains the same for almost all colleges across the nation.

  • Calculus and Matrix Algebra
  • Computational Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Vector Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Solid-state device
  • Computer Programming
  • Value program
  • Fundamentals of Electronics technology
  • Linear Algebra
  • Probability and Random Process
  • Network theory
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Electronic Circuits
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Digital System
  • Transmission lines and Waveguides
  • Signals and system
  • Digital Signal Processing lab
  • Digital systems lab
  • Optimization Techniques
  • Data communication and networks
  • Digital Communication
  • Linear Integrated Circuit
  • Control Engineering
  • Computer organization and architecture
  • VLSI Design
  • Communication theory
  • Circuits and communication lab
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller
  • Digital Communication lab 
  • VLSI Design lab
  • Microcontroller lab
  • Radiofrequency engineering
  • Information theory and coding theory
  • Microwave engineering lab
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