Announcements

09, Feb, 2017:The Date Sheet for Internal Examination of GE/OE Courses of MSc 1st and 2nd Semesters offered by the Department has been uploaded on the Website. 09, Feb, 2017: The Date Sheet for B. Tech. 2nd, 4th and 6th Semesters Backlog has been uploaded on the Website. 22, Dec, 2016: The Seminar Presentation for PhD and MPhil Scholars has been scheduled on Monday, 26th December, 2016.

About the DEPARTMENT

Welcome to the official Website of the Post Graduate Department
of Electronics and Instrumentation Technology. The Department was established under the name "Post Graduate Department of Electronics and Computer Science" in 1985 and offered two-year M. Sc. Electronics and Post B. Sc. Diploma in Computer Applications. In 2003, a separate Computer Science Department was formed in the University of Kashmir. The name of the Department was accordingly changed to “Post Graduate Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Technology” and was offering two-year M. Sc. Electronics besides MPhil and PhD programmes in Electronics. In 2009, the Department started offering 4-year B. Tech. programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering with an intake capacity of 41 students. The work done by the Department in starting B. Tech. programme proved impetus for the University to start its own Engineering College at Zakura Campus, which started its functioning in 2014 with initial equipment support for Physics, Chemistry, Electrical, Mechanical and Computer laboratories from the Department. It is pertinent to mention here that higher semester students of B. Tech. programme in Electronics and Communication Engineering are still being taught at the Department as the Engineering College at Zakura Campus is in its initial stage of development. The Department has thus played a vital role in starting the key education centers of the University. The Department has as many as 14 state-of-the-art fully equipped laboratories, 4 ICT enabled classrooms, and a rich library housing more than 6000 books. Besides electronic components/ICs of different kinds worth more than Rs. 10 lacs, the Department has equipment worth more than Rs. 5 crores. The Department has established collaborations with several International and National Institutions and conducts events such as seminars, conferences, workshops, and summer training courses regularly. The faculty has strengthened many areas of research especially Analog Integrated Circuits, Secure Message Communication, Nano-Electronics, Computer Network Security, and Digital Forensics. Since its inception, the faculty members of the Department have published nearly 400 research papers in Journals and Conferences of repute. The Department has mobilized Rs. 32.22 lacs through 10 research projects, Rs. 75 lacs from UGC, under its SAP program, and Rs. 20 lacs from DST under its FIST scheme. The Department is currently located in two block, in Science block, and in the Humanities block spanning over a carpet area of 25,000 sqft. It has over 250 enrolled scholars and students pursuing PhD, MPhil, M. Sc. and B. Tech programmes. The Department started M. Tech. programme in Embedded Systems and Solutions from the academic year 2016-2017. The mission of the Department includes: a) to create new knowledge by engaging in cut-edge research and to promote academic growth by offering state-of-art programmes; b) to engage research and development work opportunities for long-term interaction with academic institutions and industry; c) to develop human potential fully so that intellectually capable and imaginatively gifted leaders can emerge in a range of professions; d) to develop academic integrity and accountability; e) to train and develop students to be good and able citizens, capable of making significant contribution towards meeting the developmental needs and priorities of the Nation; and,  f) to inculcate in students moral values and leadership qualities, such that they shall always uphold and promote a high social order and be ready and willing to work for the emancipation of the poor, the needy and the under-privileged.