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Foreword Preface & Acknowledgements
Salient Features of the Diploma Programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering:
  Name of the Programme : Diploma Programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering
  Duration of the Programme : Three years (Six Semesters)
  Entry Qualifications : Matriculation or equivalent as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education, J&K
  Admission Criteria : - Written test followed by Interview*, or
- Merit list followed by Interview*
  Intake : 40/60 (or as prescribed by the Board)
  Pattern of the Programme : Semester Pattern with Credit System (See Note)
  Ratio between theory and Practical : 60 : 40 (Approx.)
  Ecology and Environment : As per directives of Government of India, an awareness camp on Ecology and Environment has been incorporated during second semester.
  Entrepreneurship Development : An Entrepreneurial Awareness Camp and a full subject on Entrepreneurship Development and Management has been incorporated in the scheme.
  Industrial Exposure: ; The students will be exposed to industrial environment by organizing industrial visits and expert lectures by personnel from industry. The suggested industry oriented-practice based minor and major projects will enable the students to interact with relevant industries.

Note : i) In the Credit system, certain number of credits are assigned to each subject. These are based on the number of contact hour/week Spread over a semester. A usbject having one hour theory or two hours of practical work (tutorial, laboratory, workshop, drawing, field/industrial training etc) per week in a semester is designed as having one credit.

ii) As per AICTE norms, it is desired that a minimum of 16 weeks of teaching in a year must be made available for the course work with 40 contact hours per week

* Interviewers may be invited from related industry to judge the aptitude of the students.
Employment Opportunities & Activity Profile of Diploma Holders in Electronics & Communication Engineering:
An exercise, to have first hand information about employment opportunities and activity profile of diploma engineers in the field of electronics, was done by Curriculum Development Centre of National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research, Chandigarh. The feedback from industries and other organizations has revealed that diploma holders in Electronics and Communication Engineering find employment in the following organizations:

Employment Opportunities

Various Departments/ organizations/boards and corporations

1) Tele-Communication Engineering and related Departments
2) AIR, Doordarshan,
3) Overseas Communication,
4) Mine Communication,
5) Radar and Wireless,
6) Railways,
7) Defence Services,
8) Electricity Boards and Corporations etc.


9) Communication Industry Including Paramilitary Services
10) PCB Design and Fabrication Industry
11) Process Control Industry
12) Consumer Electronics Industry
13) Electronic Components and Devices Manufacturing and Installation Organizations
14) Computer Assembling and Computer Peripheral Industry;
15) Computer Software Areas for Electronic Design and Semi Conductor Manufacturing Industry
16) Automobile Industry
17) Medical Electronics Industry
18) Instrumentation and Control Industries

Development/Testing Laboratories/Organizations

19) Electronics Service Centres
20) Opto Electronics
21) Computer Networking
22) Hospitals
23) Educational Institutions
24) Sales and Services of Electronic Gadgets from Small Scale Industries

Self Employment

- Marketing and Sales (Distributors - whole sale and retailers)
- Service Sector( repair and Maintenance; job work)
- Job work for cable laying and jointing DBs etc.
- Preparing Simulated Models

Activity Profile

The diploma holders in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) generally get employed in manufacturing, assembly industries of consumer electronics, process control and instrumentation, Doordashan and All India Radio (AIR), defence organizations, marketing and servicing organizations. The activities they perform are listed below:

1) Reading, interpreting and preparing drawings and circuits in electronics and related fields
2) Preparing estimates of men and material required for different jobs of installation and maintenance
3) Making/preparing and interpreting layout of printed circuit boards and chassis
4) Selecting instrument and devices for simple applications
5) Testing the materials used in assembly work.
6) Supervising the fabrication and assembly work at sub-assembly and final assembly
7) Assisting the engineer in quality control of the product being assembled or manufactured
8) Operating, recording and display equipment in AIR/Doordarshan stations and studios
9) Operating, testing and maintenance of the communication receiver and transmitter in AIR/ Doordarshan/Overseas communication sections
10) Operation, testing and maintenance of the control room equipment in AIR/Doordarshan, power plant and process industry
11) Operates tests and maintains the telephone exchanges in Tele-communication department
12) Installation of the PBX or PABX exchanges/telex for organizations including Tele-communication department and post and telegraph department
13) Supervision of the fabrication and assembly work of trans-receivers and walkie-talkie used for police wireless, mines communication and defence services
14) Operation, testing and maintenance of radar equipment used in defence services
15) Assistance to the engineers/scientist doing research/development work by fabricating and testing different electronic circuits
16) Operates, maintains and tests computer and computer peripheral equipment
17) Supervising the assembly and testing work in computer industry
18) Maintenance and repairing of medical electronic equipment in hospitals and supervises fabrication and production of medical electronics equipment like ECG, EEG, blood pressure monitor unit, X-ray units etc
19) Repair and Maintenance of Electronic Consumer Goods
20) As a self employed person he has to perform multifarious activities such as designing PCBs, procuring raw material and components, assemble, manufacture, repair and maintain, test and fault diagnosis, sale and service, marketing etc.
Competency Profile of Diploma Holders in Electronics and Communication Engineering
Curriculum Areas Derived From Competency Profile
Abstract of Curriculum Areas / subjects
Horizontal and Vertical Organisation of the subjects
Study and Evaluation scheme for Diploma Programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering:
First Semester Second Semester Third Semester Fourth Semester Fifth Semester Sixth Semester
Detailed Contents of various Subjects :

1.1 English and Communication Skills – I   1.6 Engineering Drawing-I
1.2 Applied Mathematics-I 1.7 General Workshop Practice-I
1.3 Applied Physics-I  
1.4 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering  
1.5 Basics of Information Technology Click to download Syllabus for Ist Semester

2.1 English and Communication Skills – II   2.5 Basic Electronics
2.2 Applied Mathematics-II 2.6 General Engineering
2.3 Applied Physics-II 2.7 General Workshop Practice-II
2.4 Electronic Components and Materials Ecology and Environmental Awareness Camp
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3.1 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3.4 Digital Electronics
3.2 Electronic Instruments and Measurements 3.5 Electronic Design and Fabrication Techniques
3.3 Principles of Communication Engineering 3.7 Computer Programming and Applications
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4.1 Electrical Machines 4.5 Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation
4.2 Advanced Systems 4.6 Minor Project Work
4.3 Network Filters and Transmission Lines Entrepreneurial Awareness Camp
4.4 Microprocessors and Applications  
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5.1Microwave and Radar Engineering 5.4 Power Electronics
5.2 Troubleshooting of Electronic Equipment 5.5 Advanced Microprocessors
5.3 Elective – I 5.6 Consumer Electronics
5.3.1 Computer Organisation and Networking
5.3.2 Medical Electronics
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6.1 Mobile Communication 6.5 Entrepreneurship  Development and  Management
6.2 Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems 6.6 Major Project Work
6.3 PLC and Programming
6.4 Elective-II
6.4.1 Digital Signal Processing
6.4.2 Digital System design
  Click to download Syllabus for 6th Semester
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