B.Sc (Hons)


B.Sc. Electronics is a specialized course for students who wish to learn the fundamentals of electronics. This course prepares a student for challenges in the electronics and communication industry as it demands good analytical and communication skills.

The subjects typically studied under this degree are Engineering materials, Digital electronics, Analog electronics, Data structure, Programming languages, Quantum mechanics, Mathematics, Statistics, Network analysis, Fundamentals of electronics, and electromagnetic.

Course Structure

Applicable for students enrolled on/after 2018-19.

Choice Based Credit System

[table]Course Code,Name of Course,Semester,Marks
CC-1,Basic Circuit Theory and Network Analysis,1,100
CC-2,Mathematics Foundation for Electronics,1,100
GE-1,Network Analysis and Analog Electronics,1,100
AECC-1,Communicative English/MIL,1,100
CC-3,Applied Physics,2,100
CC-4,C Programming and Data Structure,2,100
GE-2,Linear and Digital Integrated Circuits,2,100
AECC-2,Environmental Studies,2,100
CC-5,Semiconductor Devices,3,100
CC-6,Electronic Circuits,3,100
SEC-1-A-1 or SEC-1-A-2,Design and Fabrication of Printed Circuit Boards or Circuit Modeling using PSPICE,3,100
GE-3,Communication Electronics,3,100
CC-8,Operational Amplifiers and Applications,4,100
CC-9,Digital Electronics and VHDL,4,100
CC-10,Signals and Systems,4,100
SEC-2-B-1 or SEC-2-B-2,Internet and Java Programming or programming with Matlab/Scilab,4,100
GE-4,Microprocessors and Microcontrollers,4,100
CC-11,Electronic Instrumentation,5,100
CC-12,Microprocessors and Microcontrollers,5,100
DSE-1-A-1 or DSE-1-A-2,Numerical Techniques or Control Systems,5,100
DSE-2-B-1 or DSE-2-B-2,Semiconductor Fabrication and Characterization or Power Electronics,5,100
CC-13,Communication Electronics,6,100
DSE-3-A-1 or DSE-3-A-2,Basic VLSI Design or Digital Signal Processing,6,100
DSE-4-B-1 or DSE-4-B-2,Biomedical Instrumentation or Transmission Lines + Antenna and Microwave Devices,6,100

Applicable for students enrolled on/before 2017-18.

First Year

Full Marks – 200

Module I:
Paper-I: 100 Marks
Paper IA: Mathematical Methods 50 Marks
Paper IB: Classical and Quantum Mechanics 50 Marks

Module II:
Paper-II: 100 Marks
Paper IIA: Electromagnetism I, Linear Circuits & Nonlinear Devices and Circuits I 50 Marks
Paper IIB: Practical 50 Marks

Second Year

Full Marks – 200

Module I:
Paper-III: 100 Marks
Paper IIIA: Thermal, Statistical and Solid State Physics 50 Marks
Paper IIIB: Nonlinear Devices and Circuits II 50 Marks

Module II:
Paper-IV: 100 Marks
Paper IVA: Instrumentation and Digital Electronics I 50 Marks
Paper IVB: Practical 50 Marks

Third Year

Full Marks – 400

Module I:
Paper-V: 100 Marks
Paper VA: Electromagnetism II and Electronic Communication 50 Marks
Paper VB: Microwave Electronic Devices, Optics and Photonics 50 Marks

Paper-VI: 100 Marks
Paper VIA: Digital Electronics II and Introduction to Computers & C programming 50 Marks
Paper VIB: Introduction to the 8085 Microprocessor 50 Marks

Module II:
Paper-VII: Practical 100 Marks
Paper VII A: Experiments with Analog Integrated Circuits & on Communication Systems 50 Marks
Paper VIIB: Experiments on Digital Electronics 50 Marks

Paper-VIII: Practical 100
Paper VIIIA: Assembly Language Programming on the 8085 Microprocessor 50 Marks
Paper VIIIB: Computer programming in C language 50 Marks

Total marks for Honours Course: 800 Marks
Theoretical papers: 500 Marks
Practical papers: 300 Marks


Course Eligibility

A candidate taking up Honours Course in a subject must have obtained at the previous qualifying examination a minimum of:

50% marks in the aggregate and 45% marks in the Honours or related subject
Or, 55% marks in the Honours or related subject
&, Must have 45% in Mathematics and 45 % in Electronics or Physics

Please Note: Candidate passed in Business Mathematics is not eligible for Admission.

Course Duration

3 Years

Course Hours

10:15 am to 4:30 pm (Day Session, Co-Ed)

Course Fees

Rs.43,400 (First Year)