Course Introduction

BE Electronics and Communication

Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Overview
  • Curriculum

Bachelor of Electronics and Communication Engineering (BE Electronics & Communication) focuses on Electronics and Communication Technology alongside electronic hardware and communications systems.  The programme cover a wide range of application areas having a direct effect on daily life. The programme  enables students to solve problems confidently through their knowledge and skills. This helps to develop highly qualified Electronic & Communication Engineers. Development in Electronics, audio & video  communication systems. Automation in industries and various sectors has made an Electronic Engineer a catalyst for the change of modern society. 

Key Learning Outcomes

• Gain knowledge of analog & digital hardware to design, install,  establish and monitor communication systems

• Specialize in guided or unguided networking technologies to  manage the existing systems and optimize their use

• Enable conceptualizing, designing, and developing electronic  products, systems, services, & processes to improve functionality  and reliability

• Acquire hardware essentials of robotics & automation and power  electronics to support industrial plants, medical facilities, security  operations or the defense industry

• Resolve system-related issues and problems relating to electronic  devices & communications to ensure smooth operation

Career Prospects

Ever-increasing job prospects! BE  Electronics and Communication Engineers have many opportunities to work in the diversified, highly competitive and fast-changing fields of electronics  and communication engineering in Nepal or elsewhere.

These engineers get suitable jobs such as Telecom Engineers, Network  Administrators, Robot Designers, or  Technical Support Representatives.

Careers by area

Telecommunication – Telecom Engineers in mobile & telecom companies or vendors

Network Administration – Network Administrators in various  organizations

Robotics – Robot Designers in companies and military or security  services

Embedded Systems – Experts in companies that design, develop and  maintain consumer electronic devices and communication systems

Biomedical Instrumentation – Electronics Engineers to monitor biomedical instruments for health-care institutions or hospitals

Telemedicine – Electronic Engineers for facilitating electronic processes  for online medical consultation

VLSI – Electronics engineers in semiconductor, IC fabrication, and chip design companies  

Research – Research workers in key areas like satellite communication, mobile and wireless  communication, sensor networks, digital and  analog signal processing, semiconductor technology, robotics, and  nanotechnology

  • Year I, Semester I
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    CHM 111 Chemistry 4
    BLE 110 Basic Electrical Engineering 3
    ENG 111 Communication Technique 2
    MTH 112 Engineering Mathematics I 3
    MEC 110 Mechanical Workshop 1
    CMP 113 Programming in C 3
  • Year I, Semester II
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    MEC 130 Applied Mechanics I 3
    MTH 114 Engineering Mathematics II 3
    CMP 115 Object Oriented Programming in C ++ 3
    MEC 111 Thermal Science 2
    PHY 111 Physics 4
  • Year II, Semester III
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    ELX 210 Electronic Device 3
    ELE 211 Network Theory 3
    ELE 210 Electrical Engineering Materials 2
    ELX 220 Electromagnetic Field and Waves 3
    MTH 212 Engineering Mathematics III 3
    ELX 212 Logic Circuit 3
  • Year II, Semester IV
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    ELX 231 Instrumentation 3
    MTH 214 Engineering Mathematics IV 3
    ELX 214 Electronic Circuits 3
    ELX 232 Microprocessor 3
    MTH 231 Numerical Methods 3
    CMP 290 Project I 1
  • Year III, Semester V
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    CMP 241 Computer Graphics 3
    ELE 322 Control Systems 3
    ELX 312 Embedded Systems 3
    ELX 315 Integrated Digital Electronics 3
    MTH 220 Probability and Statistics 3
    CMM 310 Signals and Systems 3
  • Year III, Semester VI
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    CMM 330 Analog Communication 3
    CMP 333 Computer Organization 3
    x Elective-I 3
    ECO 411 Engineering Economics 3
    ELX 313 Filter Design 3
    ELX 316 Industrial Electronics and Drives 3
  • Year IV, Semester VII
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    CMP 390 Project II 2
    ELX 420 Electromagnetic Propagation & Antenna 3
    Ele II Elective II 3
    CMM 440 Digital Communication 3
    CMP 335 Computer Network 3
    ELE 360 Research Methodology 2
    CMP Digital Signal Processing 3
  • Year IV, Semester VIII
    Course Code Course Name Credit Hour
    Ele III Elective III 3
    COM 613.3 Mobile and Wireless Communication 3
    MGT 321 Organization and Management 2
    ELX 460 Professional Ethics in Engineering 2
    CMP 490 Project III 5
    CMM 411 Telecommunications 3

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