Electronics & Communication Engineering

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Head of the Department : Prof:  (Dr.) Sajeev G P

The Department started functioning in the year 1999 offering a B.Tech Degree course in Electronics and Communication Engineering with an intake of 60. Currently the intake for the B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering course is 120 with an additional intake of 12 students through lateral entry scheme in the third semester. The M.Tech Programme in Communication Engineering and Signal Processing started in the year 2011 with an intake of 18 students. Both B.Tech and M.Tech courses are affiliated to Kannur University till 2014 admission.  The courses are affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Kerala Technological University from 2015 admission onwards.

The faculty and staff members are well qualified and trained in various disciplines of Electronics and Communication Engineering and capable of meeting the curricular and co-curricular requirements of students. Well-equipped laboratories with state of the art instruments are functioning under the department. Department offers Wi-Fi connectivity to faculty, students and staff members.  Online video courses, online journals etc.  are accessible to the students, staff and faculty members of the department. Department offers various training programs to the students to cater the needs of the industry. The department has a very good advisory system, class committee and PTA which helps in maintaining student -teacher-parent relationship.  The faculty strength is 25 comprising of Two Professors, six  Associate Professor and seventeen Assistant Professors. Technical staff strength is 10.

Prof. (Dr.) Sajeev G. P. is the Head of Department of Electronics and Communication, Govt. Engineering College, Wayanad.

Vision of the Department

To be a glorious centre for providing exemplary Electronics and Communication Engineering education with virtues for the up liftment of the society.

Mission of the Department

To impart sufficient knowledge in the discipline of Electronics and allied areas with a focus on developing the required technical skills and virtues to meet the relevant and timely needs of the society.

Program Educational Objectives

1. To excel in problem solving relevant to Electronics and Communication Engineering.

2. To conceptualize, design, implement and operate electronic systems.

3. To think rationally and communicate as a team to colleagues, clients, employers and the society.

4. To pursue lifelong learning and professional development.





Lab in charge: Smt. Reshmi S Bhooshan        
Custodian: Sri. Bino T S

Students are trained in the design and analysis of various combinational and sequential digital circuits. This lab is equipped with Digital IC Trainer kits, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Tube, Universal IC Tester and DC Power Supplies.

Labs Conducted:
Logic Circuits And Design Lab, S4 ECE
Digital Systems Lab, S4 CSE



Lab in charge: Sri. Reeha K R                  
Custodian: Smt. Smitha C 

The laboratory is equipped with 30 desktop computers and the related accessories like printer, scanner, multimedia projector etc. Students develop their computer proficiency using the various technical computing and simulation software installed in the lab. Students and Staffs can access service of center to cater the academic and professional needs.

Labs Conducted:
Electronic Design and Automation, S3 ECE
Microcontroller Labs S6 ECE.


Lab in charge: Sri. Umesh A.C                     
Custodian: Sri. Antony P.K

This lab offers experiments to understand the characteristics of operational amplifiers. Also students are trained in the design and analysis of various wave form generators using operation amplifiers

Labs Conducted:
Analog Integrated Circuit, S4 ECE  




Lab in charge: Smt. Sumi George                 
Custodian: Sri. Sabumon M.S

This lab offers experiments on implementation of various signal processing algorithms. Further students  are exposed to real time DSP implementation platforms.

Labs Conducted:
Digital Signal Processing Lab, S5 ECE
Simulation Lab, S7 ECE



Lab in charge: Dr. Manju Manuel                      
Custodian: Smt. Vineetha Joseph

Students are exposed to the  design and implementation of various analog and digital modulation schemes.

Labs Conducted:
Communication Engineering Lab (Analog And Digital), S6 ECE
Communication Systems Lab (Optical & Microwave), S7 ECE




Lab in charge: Sri.Riyas K K   
Custodian: Sri. Balan N

Students are exposed to the characteristics of various discrete electronics components and design and analysis of circuits using these components. This lab is equipped with sophisticated Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Tube, Function Generators and Power Supplies.

Labs Conducted:
Electronics Device Circuit S3 ECE
Electronics Circuit S3 CSE



In addition to the Central Library, Electronics & Communication Engineering department has a separate library which offers its services to students, Faculty and Staff members. It has a stock of 836 books. The library is open from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. Back volumes of  Seminar and project reports undertaken by the students are available.


The department owns a well-equipped seminar hall for conducting various departmental activities. Seating capacity is 120.



NameDesignation/ postQualificationPhone NumberMail ID
Dr. Suresh KProfessor & Academic DeanPhD9446333485sureshk@ieee.org
Dr. Premanand BAssociate ProfessorPhD9446148067premanand@gecwyd.ac.in
Dr. Sajeev G PAssociate Professor & HoDPhD8547385566gpsajeev@gecwyd.ac.in
Dr. Nelson K JAssociate ProfessorPhD9496240227nelson@gecwyd.ac.in
Dr. Sivakumar RAssociate Professor  sivan@gecwyd.ac.in
Dr. Ahammed Muneer K VAssociate Professor 9495923801ahammedcet@gmail.com
Mr. Arun VargheseAssociate Professor 9447265698 
(Vacant)Associate Professor   
(Vacant)Associate Professor   
Mr. Sudheer T MAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9961202401sudheertm@gecwyd.ac.in
Ms. Reeha K RAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9447340298reehakr@gmail.com
Mr. Abdul Raouf Khalid M TAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9447768862raouf@gecwyd.ac.in
Mr. Anas M. M.Assistant ProfessorM.Tech7561017476anasmm@gecwyd.ac.in
Mr. Anish Babu K KAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9288194930anish.babu@gecwyd.ac.in
PRADEEP K BHARATHANAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9496281957pradeepkb@gecwyd.ac.in
 Assistant ProfessorM.Tech7012271488 
 Assistant Professor   
Mr. Mohamed Nisar P K (on Leave)Assistant ProfessorM.Tech9809969005pkmohdnisar@gecwyd.ac.in
 Assistant ProfessorM.Tech  
 Assistant ProfessorM.Tech  
Mr. Nikhil MAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9446329432nikhilm@gecwyd.ac.in
Mr. Jobin JoseAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9567423938jobinjose@gecwyd.ac.in
Dr. Sajith KAssistant ProfessorPhD9526663412sajith.k@gecwyd.ac.in
Mrs. Asha PrasadAssistant ProfessorM.Tech9496334336asha@gecwyd.ac.in
Mr. Muhammed Fasil CAssistant ProfessorM.Tech8891848303muhammedfasil@gecwyd.ac.in
Ms. Aparna Nair  M KAssistant ProfessorM. Tech aparnanairmullachery@gmail.com
Dr. Kavya T SAssistant Professor(Adhoc)PhD  
Mr. Lubaib PAssistant Professor (Adhoc)M.Tech9745465434 
Ms. Soumya N VAssistant Professor(Adhoc) M.Tech9496057106 
 Assistant Professor(Adhoc) M.Tech  

Technical Staff

NameDesignationPhone NumberMail ID
Ester P UInstructor Grade I9446952115estherpu1973@gmail.com
Raji K JosephInstructor Grade I9447439086rajipoulose@gmail.com
Balan N.Trade Instructor9037750432bnelliyeri@yahoo.co.in
Antony P. K.Trade Instructor9497762990antonyklkm@gmail.com
Shameena P MTrade Instructor9288906126shameenapm@gmail.com
Sureshbabu PTrade Instructor9048671532sureshbabumgm@gmail.com
Shincy T PTrade Instructor9447527387 
(Vacant)Trade Instructor  
(Vacant)Trade Instructor  
Robin Basil HTradesman9744195568robinbasil@gecwyd.ac.in
Abdul Hakeem C KTradesman9744897919abdulhakeemck87@gmail.com
Jomon JosephInstructor Gr. II (Adhoc)9656512149jomonpulpally@gmail.com
Anjana C VInstructor Gr. II (Adhoc)8281805414anjanacv02@gmai.com
Murshid M PTradesman (Adhoc)7025347544murshidmp44@gmail.com
Praveen V KTradesman (Adhoc)6282403469pavinvk@gmail.com
Amrutha Pradeep K PTradesman (Adhoc)7306003670amruthapradeep007@gmail.com
Anaswara STradesman (Adhoc)7902755453anaswaraanu559@gmail.com

Last Updated on 22/12/2022

PO\'S & PSO\'S

Program Outcomes – POs

PO1.  Engineering knowledge:  Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and the fundamentals  of  Electronics and Communication Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2.  Problem analysis:  Identify, formulate, refer literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching appropriate conclusions using first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.

PO3.  Design/Development of solutions:  Compose solutions for complex engineering problems and develop system components or processes that meet the specified needs of societal and environmental considerations including public health and safety.

PO4.  Conduct investigations of complex problems:  Use research-based knowledge and innovative methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5.  Modern tool usage:  Create, select  and apply appropriate techniques, resources  and  modern engineering and software tools including modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of constraints.

PO6.  The Engineer and Society:  Apply reasoning based on contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO7.  Environment and sustainability:  Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts  and demonstrate the knowledge and the need for sustainable development.

PO8.  Ethics:  Understand ethical responsibilities and apply ethical principles in engineering practices.

PO9.  Individual and Team work:  Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10.  Communication:  Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the society at large including delegation of instructions, effectual presentation, efficient documentation and effective  comprehension.

PO11.  Project management and finance:  Apply engineering management principles to one\'s own work in a team and manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12.  Life-long learning:  Recognize the need for independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change and the readiness to engage in it.


Program Specific Outcomes –PSO

Name of the Programme: UG in Electronics and Communication Engineering

PSO designation number

PSO type

PSO description


Specialization knowledge

Design various systems for applications including signal processing, communication and control system



Capable to comprehend the technological advancements in the usage of modern design tools to analyze and design subsystems/processes for a variety of applications.


Problem-Solving Skills

Enhance problem solving skill using latest hardware and software tools.