B.Sc. (Hons.) in Electronics

FMPSBSC 101
ECE

Overview

Objective

This program enhances the understanding of fundamental laws of nature, behaviour of chemical and physical systems, and develops abilities for mathematical and statistical analysis of physical and chemical systems. Our program aims –

  • To impart knowledge on basics of mathematical and physical sciences.
  • To facilitate the understanding of behavior of physical systems through the laws and principles of Physics.
  • To facilitate the understanding of chemical systems and their reaction chemistry.
  • To facilitate the understanding of mathematical and statistical methods for scientific and business analysis.
  • To model, simulate and analyze the behavior of physical systems. 
  • To train students to conduct scientific experiments and document scientific investigations.
  • To use commercial software tools for scientific simulations and documentation.
  • To educate on professional ethics, economics, social sciences, interpersonal and communication skills relevant to professional practice.
  • To provide a general perspective on lifelong learning and opportunities for a career in industry, scientific organization, education, business and commerce.

Highlights

  • Proctoral System

    Under the Proctoral System, every student is assigned a faculty member as a Proctor or a mentor. 

    These mentors offer guidance, support and encouragement to students, helping them as they progress along their academic journey. From the choice of electives to their academic performance, from attendance to meeting their credit requirements, students can approach these mentors with any and every query. 

    Proctors also interact with parents/​guardians and keep them updated on the progress of students.

    To ensure that they reap the benefits of the Proctoral System, students are advised to be in regular contact with their Proctors. 

  • Innovation Centre

    At the Innovation Centre, students team up with faculty members to bring their innovative ideas to life. 

    Ideas are assessed based on their relevance to — and impact on — society. These are then translated into working projects that are entered in national and international competitions, and for registration as patents. 

  • Industry Visit

    As part of the curriculum, students visit relevant institutions and industries to gain exposure to the actual workings of various department at organizations. Students will need to prepare a report of their observations and recommendations which will help them prepare them for joining industry when they graduate. 

  • Partner Facilities

    The Ramaiah Group was established in 1962 and the teaching hospital for medical students founded in 1985. This hospital caters to various income levels with a wide range of casualties. Students from FPS get exposure to live cases which helps train them for the future.

  • Uses application-based learning.
  • Uses outcome-based curricula that includes both theoretical and practical skills in the domain. 
  • Includes internship, training and placement support with various worldwide universities and industries.
  • Includes project development and documentation for practical skills.
  • Includes expert guest lectures from various institutions and industries.
  • Trains students in communication skills and interdisciplinary topics.
  • Includes industry visits.

  • We offer accommodation in student hostels on our campus, and even offer third-party off-campus hostels where we ensure students can focus on what matters the most.
  • Our on-campus facilities include WiFi, 24/7.
  • From a host of eateries and laundry facilities, we ensure that students have access to all facilities.
  • We encourage students to participate in co-curricular activities on campus which include sports and cultural events, both at a university level and at faculty level.
  • We help students focus on independent and sponsored research with projects and a dissertation.

Structure

Study Domains

  • CE

    Core Courses

    • A deep dive into the core domains of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Electronics etc.
  • DSE

    Discipline Specific Courses

    • Students can choose from subjects offered within specific disciplines to develop a sharper skill in any of these electives.
  • AEC

    Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course

    • An introduction to professional and personal development, language courses and life skills.
  • GE

    Generic Elective

    Students can choose from a list of courses offered across the university from multiple disciplines to earn credits.

  • SKC

    Skill Enhancement Courses

    • Active participation in seminars, internships in industry and output-based projects will contribute to grades.

Course Progression

Course Credits
Mechanics

18MPC101A Theory Tutorials

4
Chemistry – I

18MPC102A Theory Tutorials

4
Calculus I

18MPC103A Theory Tutorials

4
Introduction to Statistics and Probability

18MPC104A Theory Tutorials

4
Mechanics Laboratory

18MPL105A Practicals

1
Chemistry – I Laboratory

18MPL106A Practicals

1
Introduction to Scientific Programmeming

18MPL107A Practicals

1
Introduction to R

18MPL108A Practicals

1
Communication Skills – I

18HST103A Theory

3

Key

  • Theory
  • Tutorials
  • Practicals

Course Credits
Electricity and Magnetism

18MPC111A Theory Tutorials

4
Inorganic Chemistry

18MPC112A Theory Tutorials

4
Calculus – II

18MPC113A Theory Tutorials

4
Introduction to Probability Distributions

18MPC114A Theory Tutorials

4
Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory

18MPL115A Practicals

1
Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

18MPL116A Practicals

1
Data Modelling Laboratory

18MPL117A Practicals

1
Introduction to Python

18MPL118A Practicals

1
Communication Skills – II

18HST104A Theory

3

Key

  • Theory
  • Tutorials
  • Practicals

Course Credits
Calculus and Linear Algebra

18MPC203A Theory Tutorials

4
Basic Electronic Devices

18ELNC202A Theory Tutorials

4
Basic Electrical Science

18ELNC203A Theory Tutorials

4
Basic Computer Science

18CSEC204A Theory Tutorials

4
Calculus and Linear Algebra Laboratory

18MPC207A Practicals

1
Basic Electronic Devices Laboratory

18ELNL206A Practicals

1
Basic Electrical Science Laboratory

18ELNL207A Practicals

1
Basic Computer Science Laboratory

18CSEL208A Practicals

1
Elements of Social Science and Ethics

18HST101A Theory

2
Environmental Science

18CEN201A Theory

2

Key

  • Theory
  • Tutorials
  • Practicals

Course Credits
Data Structures and Programmeming

18CSEC212A Theory Tutorials

4
Electronic Circuits

18ELNC211A Theory Tutorials

4
Signals and Systems

18ELNC212A Theory Tutorials

4
Digital Electronics

18ELNC213A Theory Tutorials

4
Photonics and Power Electronics

18ELNC214A Theory

3
Data Structures and Programmeming Laboratory

18CSEL215A Practicals

1
Electronic Circuits Laboratory

18ELNL216A Practicals

1
Signals and Systems Laboratory

18ELNL217A Practicals

1
Digital Electronics Laboratory

18ELNL218A Practicals

1
Constitution, Human Rights and Law

18HST201A Theory

2

Key

  • Theory
  • Tutorials
  • Practicals

Course Credits
Network Analysis

18ELNC301A Theory Tutorials

4
Embedded Processors and Controllers

18ELNC302A Theory Tutorials

4
Integrated Circuits

18ELNC303A Theory Tutorials

4
Electromagnetic Theory and Antennas

18ELNC304A Theory

3
Open elective – 1

18OEE31XA Theory

3
(i) Seminar (ii) Internship (Choose any one)

(i) 18MPPS301A (ii) 18MPIS302A Practicals

3
Embedded Processors and Controllers Laboratory

18ELNL305A Practicals

1
Integrated Circuits Laboratory

18ELNL306A Practicals

1

Key

  • Theory
  • Tutorials
  • Practicals

Course Credits
Electronic Instrumentation

18ELNC310A Theory Tutorials

4
Communication Systems

18ELNC311A Theory Tutorials

4
Sensors and Data Acquisition

18ELNC312A Theory Tutorials

4
Open elective – 2

18OEE32XA Theory

3
Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory

18ELNL313A Practicals

1
Communication Systems Laboratory

18ELNL314A Practicals

1
Sensors and Data Acquisition Laboratory

18ELNL315A Practicals

1
Project Work

18MPP318A Practicals

12

Key

  • Theory
  • Tutorials
  • Practicals

Details

Area of Specialization

We offer a 3 year program and students can change their specialisation in the 2nd year for Electronics, and in the 3rd year for PCMS respectively. 

Year 1

PCMSE| Computer Science

Year 2

PCMS | Electronics | Computer Science 

Year 3

Physics | Chemistry | Mathematics | Statistics | Computer Science | Electronics

Teaching and Assessment

During each semester, students’ performance is assessed through Continuous Evaluation (CE) and a Semester End Examination (SEE). CE and SEE weightages carry equal weightage.

Students are awarded grades based on the marks scored. 

Key Skill Development

  • Ability to apply fundamental knowledge of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics Statistics, Computer Science and Electronics to solve real life problems in their chosen domain. 
  • Ability to perform administrative duties in government, semi-government, private and public sector organisations. 
  • Ability to teach in schools, colleges and universities with relevant training. 
  • Ability to understand and solve scientific problems by conducting experimental investigations. 
  • Ability to apply appropriate tools, techniques and understand utilisation of resources appropriately in various laboratories. 
  • Ability to apply basic programming concepts in their chosen domains. 
  • Ability to understand the effect of scientific solutions on legal, cultural, social and public health and safety aspects.
  • Ability to develop sustainable solutions and understand their effect on society and environment.
  • Ability to apply ethical principles to scientific practices and professional responsibilities. 
  • Ability to work as a member of a team, to plan and to integrate knowledge of various disciplines and to lead teams in multidisciplinary settings. 
  • Ability to make effective oral presentations and communicate technical ideas to a broad audience using written and oral means.
  • Ability to adapt to the changes and advancements in science and engage in independent and life-long learning. 

Careers

  • Entrepreneur

  • Professor / Teacher

  • Researcher

  • Academician

  • PhD

Admissions

Eligibility

Indian Nationals

  • Candidates who have passed 10+2 examination from a recognized State or Central Board with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as compulsory subjects.

Application Process

Through RUAS-AT

  1. RUAS-AT Entrance Test
  2. Admission counselling for selection
  3. Once selected, students need to fill in the admission form
  4. Pay tuition fee
  5. Submit documents to the University
    1. See Documents for Indian Nationals

Fees & Scholarships

University Seats:

- Rs 88,550 per annum (Tuition Fee + Other Fee)

Eligibility

International Students/​OCI/ NRI

  • Candidates who have passed in 12th or the equivalent degree with eligibility equivalence from AIU (Association of Indian Universities).
  • Candidates should have proof of proficiency in English with a minimum TOEFL score of 8.
  • Up to 15% of seats are reserved for foreign and NRI Students

Application Process

Through SAT

  1. SAT Test, Counselling and Selection (SAT Code 7646)
  2. Download the admission form
  3. Submit completed form and documents at the University Admissions Office
  4. Pay fees online or through DD at the University admission office.

Fees & Scholarships

SAARC:

- Rs 88,550 per annum (Tuition Fee + Other Fee)

NRI/ Foreign Students:

- USD 2500 + Other Fee Rs. 38,550 per annum

Start your journey with RUAS

Contact
Director - Admissions
Mr. S L Narasimhan
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