Departments

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering


About Department

The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 2008. The major objective of the department is to impart high-quality education to improve the academic skills of women students in gaining state of art knowledge in the area of Electronics and Communications to meet the needs of industry.

The Department has good infrastructure with spacious classrooms, well equipped laboratories, seminar hall, and staff room with individual staff cabins, HOD chamber, department library, centralized internet centre and R & D centre.

The department is equipped not only with well-established laboratories with advanced software and hardware and also has ARC (Applied Robot Control) Lab, in collaboration with the German center for advanced studies and European center for Mechatronics in order to help the students to develop the technical skills needed to bridge the gap between industry and academia. Malineni Lakshmaiah Womens Engineering College is the one and only womens engineering college having ARC lab in association with APSSDC.

The department has 150 computers, installed with the required software (MENTOR GRAPHICS TOOLS, MATLAB, TASM, XILINX, MULTISIM etc.,)

The department established a students association SPICE (Society of Professional Innovative Communication Engineers) to promote and conduct various co-curricular and Extra-curricular events like technical presentations, workshops, fests etc.

The department has ISTE/IETE professional students forums and SPARKS an IoT student club to help the students in co-curricular activities like technical presentations, workshops, seminars, Training programs etc.

The department Library contains 201 books. During these 13 years of college history, the students of ECE have performed well in their academics by securing good pass percentage and owning good corporate jobs.

The ECE department is led under the headship of Dr. P.V.L. Suvarchala who has a vast teaching experience of 21 years since 2020.



Vision & Mission

VISION:


  • To be a Centre of Excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering by providing quality education and producing competent women engineers to address global challenges of the society.
  •  

    MISSION:

    • To inculcate professional excellence and research culture through industry- institute interaction.
    • To impart a deep thirst for a lifelong learning by employing practical teaching and learning methodologies.
    • To strengthen professional and soft skills through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
    • To Nurture ethical and socio-economical values amongst the learners through conducive learning environment.
    Faculty

    2017-2018faculty list
    2018-2019 faculty list
    2019-2020 Faculty list
    2020-2021 faculty listt

    2021-22 Faculty

    FACULTY LIST  2021-22

    Sl.NO

    NAME OF THE FACULTY

    Designation

    Qualification

    DOJ

    1

    Dr.P.NAGESWARA RAO

    Professor

    Ph.D

    04-05-2020

    2

    Dr.K.GOUTHAMI

    Professor

    Ph.D

    13-06-2017

    3

    Dr.S SATHEESH

    Professor

    Ph.D

    04-06-2019

    4

    Dr.P V L SUVARCHALA

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D

    03-05-2019

    5

    Dr.CHILUKA RAMESH

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D

    06-05-2020

    6

    Dr. SYED N PARVEEN

    Associate Professor

    Ph.D

    06-06-2016

    7

    K RAVI KUMAR

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    19-11-2010

    8

    Y BHASKARARAO

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    10-06-2010

    9

    G NIRMALA KUMARI

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    14-06-2010

    10

    P NARAYANA SWAMI

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    03-12-2010

    11

    K HARIBABU

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    15-12-2010

    12

    K SARADA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    11-07-2011

    13

    P BUJJI BABU

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    09-07-2012

    14

    P SANTHI

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    05-11-2012

    15

    KAJA SUKANYA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    01-06-2017

    16

    T VENKATARAO

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    07-06-2017

    17

    K. JEEVAN KUMAR

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    10-06-2017

    18

    K.NALINI

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    13-06-2017

    19

    G MOUNIKA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    09-10-2017

    20

    K  RAJITHA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    07-05-2018

    21

    CH LAVANYA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    10-05-2018

    22

    G  LAKSHMI NARAYANA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    01-06-2018

    23

    V AJAY SHANKAR

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    11-06-2018

    24

    MD SAIRABANU

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    11-06-2018

    25

    S.RAMA TIRISHA

     Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    12-06-2018

    26

    MOPIDEVI KALYANI

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    10-06-2019

    27

    D. VIJAY HARSHA VARDHAN

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    05-08-2021

    28

     N. NAGA RAJU

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    05-08-2021

    29

    M. HANNA DEEPA

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech

    03-01-2022

    Course Outcomes

    Click Here
    Program Outcomes

    PO

    Graduate Attributes

    PO statements

    1

    Engineering knowledge:

    Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

    2

    Problem analysis: 

    Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

    3

    Design/development of solutions

    Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

    4

    Conduct investigations of complex problems

    Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

    5

    Modern tool usage

    Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

    6

    The Engineer and society

    Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

    7

    Environment and sustainability

    Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

    8

    Ethics

    Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    9

    Individual and team work

    Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

    10

    Communication

    Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

    11

    Project management and finance:

    Demonstrate knowledge and under own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

    12

    Life-long learning

    Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

    Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    PSO1:
    Analyze real time problems and provide solutions in the field of advanced Communications, Signal and Image processing applications.
    PSO2:
    Inculcating the emerging and advance components of a system or sub-system using the concepts of embedded systems and VLSI technology.
    Department Activities

    Activities for the Academic year 2015-16
    The Department of Commerce believes not only in Academic standards but also in imparting the relevant skills to prepare students for employment opportunities, entrepreneurial abilities and vocational skills. In this direction, VGDC organised two Certificate Courses titled as “Vocational Skill Building on SELLING SKILLS” and “Vocational Skill Building programme on Office Administration” in collaboration with the ICICI Academy for skills for a period of 3 months during January,2016 to March, 2016. In this skill development programme, 44 students of B.Com were trained by honing their skills.


    Activities for the Academic year 2016-17



    Certificate Course in Thread Jewellery (17th –21st January 2017



    Orientation Programe usage of Smart Phones in learning communication skills

    Course Outcomes:

    Click Here
    CO-PO Mapping

    Click Here
    Courses & Laboratories

    Click Here
    Association & Activities

    ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES 2019-2020

    S.No

    Activity

    Association

    Date

    Participants

    1

    Work shop on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning using Lab view

    MAD BLOCKS
    Bangalore

    27-1-2020
    to
    28-1-2020

    VIII Semester CSE
    Students

    2

    Seminar on Aptitude

    Mr.Anil Nair

    5-2-2020

    IV semester ECE students

    3

    Field visit to DDk, Vijayawada

    Mr. Bujji Babu
    Mr. Narayana Swami

    25/2/2020

    IV semester ECE

    4

    Career Guidance

    Dr. Venkat,
    Gayatri Vidya Parishad, Vizag.

     

     

    5

    Coding

     

    2/3/2020

    VI Semester ECE,CSE,IT

    6

    Demo Day  on Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning

    Mad Blocks & APSSDC

    2/3/2020

    VI Semester CSE &IT

    7

    How To Plan For Startup
    & Legal And Ethical Steps

    Mad Blocks & APSSDC

    2/3/2020

    VI semester ECE&CSE

    8

    Seminar on Cyber Security

    End Now Foundation.
    Mr.Rachamalla.Anil
    Founder CEO End Now Foundation.

    05-03-2020

    VI Semester ECE
    Students

    9

    Guest Lecture on VLSI

    Mr.M.Rajesh
    Design Engineer,
    QUALCOMM company
    Bangalore

    02-03-2020

    VI &VIII Semester students

    10

    In plant training Program/Internship

    National Small Industries Training Program
    (a Government of India Enterprise) NSIC, Guindy, Chennai-600032.

    6-11-2019  to
    24-11-2019

    Selected Students of VI&VIII Semester ECE

    11

    Siemens Training Phase-I

    APSSDC

    6-11-2019 to
    22-11-2019

    VI Semester ECE Students

    12

    ARC 2.0-Training

    APSSDC& German university

    6-11-2019
    (Parallel to Academics)

    ARC1.0 Completed Students of VIII Semester ECE

    13

    Industrial Drone making Hackathon

    Fopple Drone Technology Pvt.ltd.

    27-11-2019 to
    30-11-2019

    IV &VI semester ECE Students

    14

    Work shop on Antenna Designing using MATLAB

    Young mind Technologies Sol.pvt.Ltd.

    23-12-2019  to
    24-12-2019

    VI Semester ECE

    15

    Industrial Visit

    SHAR-Sriharikota

    18-12-2019

    VIII semester ECE Students

    16

    Industrial Visit

    Door Darsan Kendra,
    Vijayawada, A.P.

    7-12-2019

    IV   Semester ECE Students

    17

    Industrial visit

    Efftronics,
    Vijayawada,A.P

    14-12-2019

    VI Semester ECE
    Students

    18

    Hands on Training Program /workshop on Cyber Security

    Supraja technologies Pvt .Ltd. Vijayawada.

    2-1-2020 to
    3-1-2020

    VI Semester ECE
    Students

    19

    Work shop on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning using Lab view

    VI solutions
    Bangalore

    27-1-2020 to
    28-1-2020

    VIII Semester ECE
    Students

     

     

    ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES 2018-2019

    S.No

    Activity

    Association

    Date

    Participants

    1

    A National Seminar on Multiplier less VLSI Architectures for SP Algorithms

    NIT WARANGAL
    IIT Gowhathi

    30-6-2018

    IV ECE (80)

    2

    Industrial trip to SHAR-Sriharikota

    Dr.K.Gouthami

    16-08-2018

    IV ECE (80)

    3

    Grounding system for satellite

    Dr.B.V. Subba Rao
    Deputy General Manager, ISRO

    31-8-2018

    IV ECE(80),
    III ECE(120)

    4

    Block chain Boot camp (Etherium)

    Idea labs

    22-9-2018
    to
    23-9-2018

    II ECE&III ECE

    5

    Block chain Hackthon

    Idea labs

    29-9-2018
    to
    30-9-2018

    II ECE &III ECE

    6

    Siemens Training Phase-I

    APSSDC

    19-11-2019
    to
    25-11-2019

    III ECE (120)

    7

    CRT Training

    Training cell

    19-11-2019
    to
    24-11-2019

    IV ECE (65)

    8

    Robotics work shop

    Data Point

    4-12-2018
    to
    5-12-2018

    II ECE (120)

    9

    IOT work shop

    Data Point

    28-12-18
    to
    29-12-2018

    III ECE  (120)

    10

    Siemens Training Phase-II

    APSSDC

    7-1-2019
    to
    9-1-2019,
    22-1-2019
    to
    24-1-2019

    III ECE (100)

    11

    Guest Lecture (EMF)

    Dr.E.V.Narayana
    Principal, TEC

    25-01-2019

    II ECE &IIIECE

    12

    Block chain Boot camp (Hyper Ledger)

    Idea Labs

    9-2-2019
    To
    10-2-2019

    II ECE &III ECE

    13

    Block chain Hackthon (Hyper Ledger)

    Idea Labs

    19-2-2019
    to
    20-2-2019

    II ECE &III ECE

    14

    State Level Blockathon competition

    Idea Labs

    9-3-2019
    to
    10-3-2019

    II ECE &III ECE

    15

    Gate Awareness Program

     Sai Medha, Hyd

    11-3-2019

    II ECE (120)

    Professional Memberships

    PrProfessional Society /Chapter

    Year of Establishment

    IETEStudents Forum (ISF)

    2019

    MHRD- IIC (201912754)

    2019

    ISTE Institutional Membership(LM2976)

    2021

    CSI Institutional Membership  (M10823)

    2021

    ISTE Student Chapter(AP-205)

    2021

    ISTE Faculty Chapter

     

    2021

    Placements

    Placement Details 2017-18
    Placement Details 2018-19
    Placement Details 2019-20

    Sl. No

    Academic Year

    Name of the Company

     

    No. of students Recruited

    Salary
    Rs. In Lakhs/Annum

    1

    2019-20

    CTS

    1

    4.55

    2

    INFOSYS

    2

    3.60

    3

    TCS

    2

    3.36

    4

    ALLSEC TECHNOLOGIES

    12

    2.2

    5

    SAVANTIS

    5

    2.2

    6

    TECH MAHINDRA

    4

    2.36

    7

    RSMIPL

    21

    2.30

     

    2018-19

         

    1

    TCS

    2

    3.36

    2

    TECH MAHINDRA

    12

    2.36

    3

    LEGATO

    1

    3.25

    4

    ALLSEC TECHNOLOGIES

    14

    2.2

    5

    SAVANTIS

    9

    2.2

    6

    REDINGTON

    6

    3.0

     

     

    2017-18

         

    1

    AXIATA INFO SOLUTIONS PVT LTD

    1

    3.49

    2

    VISHAY PRECISION TRANSDUCERS INDIA Pvt. Ltd.

    6

    2.30

    3

    TECH MAHINDRA

    10

    2.36

    4

    ALLSEC TECHNOLOGIES

    10

    2.2

    5

    SAVANTIS

    9

    2.2

    6

    TESSOLVE SEMICONDUCTORS

    6

    2.2

    Projects

    Click Here
    Contact

    HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT
    Dr. P V L Suvarchala
    Email ID : suvarchala_pvl@yahoo.com
    Mobile : +91-9491108750
    TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS

    Click Here
    Library


    The department library occupies a unique place in academic and research activities. The library maintains an excellent collection of text books, IEEE and ISTE journals and newsletters, project reports, CDs and other documents/materials for quick reference. The department library has a well equipped reading and ICT facility to meet the informational needs and intellectual pursuit of ECE faculty and students.

    In-charge of Department Library: Mr.K. Ravi Kumar, M.Tech., (Ph.D), Assistant Professor.

     S.No

    Item

    Total Number

    1

    Text Books

    150

    2

    Complimentary copies

    50

    3

    Project reports

    150

    4

    Seminar reports

    200

    5

    Compact Disks

    55

    6

    Subject Material

    12

    7

    Question Banks

    60

    Publications