Undergraduate students of the university who are not majoring in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) have the option to take a Minor in ECE. A Minor in ECE will make a student advantageous in the following ways: (a) Acquiring the academic background for higher studies in the field of electronics and communication engineering; (b) ECE is the branch of engineering that is a part of our day to day applications such as mobile and satellite communications, IC electronics etc. Minor in ECE will make the student a perfect fit in career prospects that involves communication engineering and electronics engineering.
The first opportunity to officially register for the Minor in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is at the end of your 1st year with the Dean-undergraduate office. However, you can start crediting courses that would count towards the Minor even before you officially register for it.
The number of seats for minor in ECE is limited and subject to availability and academic performance. The minimum cut off CGPA to apply for minor in ECE is 7*.
To acquire a Minor in Electronics and Communication Engineering, you have to acquire a minimum of 18 credits as University Wide Electives (UWE) from the courses offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering. These credits must satisfy the following minimum requirements: Electrical engineering department offers two bucket of courses to acquire minor in Electrical and electronics engineering and electronics and communicaiton engineering.
* CGPA cut off is subject to change based on the demand and competition.