About Us

St Edmund's College started the Department of Electronics in the year 1982 with two faculty members Prof. D.R. Bhattacharjee and Prof. W. Passah. In the year 1992 the Electronics Honours course was introduced and since then the department has been growing in strength and quality. Being the first and only college in Meghalaya to offer such a course , the department has been a blessing to many young aspiring students of the region in pursuing a course which bridged the gap between science and technology.

Since inception the Department has been producing good results and most of the students are either absorbed in academics ,IT industries or Government services. Apart from conducting a degree course the department is also providing a certificate course in Basic Electronics & PC assembling . The department has a well equipped laboratory with up to date instruments to suit the need of the ever growing demands in electronics. The department has been included under the DBT Star college scheme in the year 2017. The department has a present strength of five faculty and one lab assistant.

Course Structure

Semester Core Paper
1st Semester ELEC 101(T): Semiconductor and PN junction diode, Network theorem, Measuring Instruments, DC & AC...,
2nd Semester ELEC 201(T): Bipolar Transistor, Biasing and Modeling, Transistor Amplifier, and Unipolar devices, ELEC 201(P): Practical I (Marks 25),
3rd Semester ELEC 301(T) Feedback and Oscillator, Multivibrator, Operational amplifier, Digital Electronics I, ELEC 301(P): Practical II,
4th Semester ELEC 401(T): Fourier series and Transform, Laplace Transform, Radio wave propagation & Analog comm.., ELEC 401(P): Practical III,
5th Semester ELEC 501(T): Digital Electronics II , ELEC 501(P): Practical IV , ELEC 502(T): Optical fiber and Optical Communication, Pulse Modulation, Microwaves..., ELEC 502(P): Practical V,
6th Semester ELEC 601(T): Antenna, Transmission line, Waveguides, Control system, ELEC 602(T): Vector Analysis, Electro Dynamics, Quantum Mechanics, ELEC 602(PR): Project,

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