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The Department of Electronic Science aims at the synthesis of Science, Engineering and Technological aspects of Electronics. We all know that the ongoing transformation of quality of our lives is due to the recent phenomenal growth in Electronics, Information / Communication Technology and Technological convergence. Many a super-smart electronic gizmo is hitting the market every day which, hitherto, used to appear in Science fiction only. Smaller and more complex electronic devices are replacing the bigger ones. E&TC graduates find wide opportunities in the growing communications era of today.

This course has been designed by the University of Amravati in consultation with senior industrialists in the Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering field. The career paths followed are diverse ranging from electronic product design to heavy electrical plant maintenance, from research to production, from technical focus to customer focus. In addition, the Department also realizes that in today’s frenetically competitive market world, the students need to be confident, organized, multi-skilled and flexible individuals apart from being imparted training in Electronic Science. The students receive training of a different kind through fusion of Science and Engineering skills of Electronics in this Department of a different kind. The department offers under-graduate program in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with well qualified and well motivated faculty members and support staff.

The department has full fledged laboratories catering to the needs of department as well as the institute, with the objective of imparting quality education in the field of Electronic & Telecommunication.

Future Scenario:
In India engineering is one of the preferred choices for students at the 10+2 level. The competition for the top institutions is intense with students spending a lot of time and money in coaching classes to get the added advantage for the competitive entrance tests. This demand for engineering has resulted in a mushrooming of a large number of engineering colleges in the country. Despite this, the industry complains of an absence of trained quality engineers. When approached by the Observer Research Foundation to examine engineering education in India, we felt that this may be an interesting and useful exercise. We did not anticipate the difficulty in obtaining and reconciling data. We have built up data from primary and secondary sources for engineering education in India and have focused on a few sample engineering colleges to understand the trends.

We have drawn up a list of conclusions and policy recommendations and developed a set of alternative future scenarios for engineering education in India. We believe that there is a need for strategic policy interventions and industry government-academic interactions to strengthen engineering education in the country. We hope that this report will initiate debate and discussion and help catalyze changes that benefit engineering education in India. Our vision is to offer conductive conditions for students to mould them into better entrepreneurs, good human beings and responsible citizens. Our mission is to achieve globally acclaimed perspectives by creating centre of excellence in engineering & technology and management, to be a major contributor in providing technical education to the society and to be an institute of choice in the region by developing, managing and transferring contemporary technologies.