Value Added Course
The College has entered into MoU with many leading companies to organize value added courses to students, to take up specialized courses, which are currently being used in the industry. These courses are not taught under the regular curricula to the level expected by the industry. These courses are imparted at a free of cost rate and the trainers used to wake use of the systems and equipment’s of the College.
Objective of Value-Added Courses
Emerging trends in technical and professional education call for value added course i.e. students must acquire something more than what is provided in the curriculum. There is need to enhance their communication skills, to develop professional ethics in them and to help them learn and develop human values and concern for humanity. This course helps to acquire the several technical electronics skills to achieve their different goals in life.
Scope of Value-Added Courses
This course has several scopes for student career which are given below. Electronics is now part of our everyday life, from the mobile phones to televisions, computers and even the high-end advanced satellites that are helping us to lead a smooth life. Ever since the evolution of technology, Electronics and Communication has become an essential discipline which is required by all the industries. Hence, Electronics and Communication engineering is one of the most sought-after branches by students. Electronics and Communication Engineering has also penetrated into other areas like healthcare, instrumentation, automation, remote sensing, signal processing etc. So, students pursuing electronics and communication engineering have a lot of scope in varied industries. Taking the educational scope and career choices into consideration, here are the popular areas of study in the field of Electronics and Communication.
|S.No||Course Name||Duration of the Course||No. of Students Attended||Academic Year|
|1||Machine learning using Python Programming||10/11/19 to
|2||Digital Design using verilog||19-02-19 to
|3||Oracle Database Programming||22-10-18 to
|4||Digital Design using verilog||12-03-18 to
|5||Oracle Database||12-08-17 to