An ability to understand the fundamental elements of mechanics and electronics, and to practically put them into application.
An ability to solve engineering problems through a mastery of fundamental engineering subjects such as mathematics, engineering graphics and engineering physics amongst others.
An ability to Identify, formulate, review, research literature and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
An ability to use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis, interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
An ability to develop the communication skills along with other career oriented skill sets, essential for various career prospects.
Constituent College of Parul University
The minimum qualification required for admission into a diploma course is passing of the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC)/tenth standard/equivalent examination, with at least 35 percent in science and maths subjects
As per ACPDC Procedure.Apply Now
Equipped with a total of 15 computer laboratories which are strategically designed
As a way of promoting research in robotics and automation, a specific
Seminar on Recent Trends in VLSI
The aim of this Seminar was to provide an exposure in the latest techniques and tools developed in the emerging field of VLSI to the participants. This seminar provided the necessary understanding of power consumption in CMOS circuit, power estimation techniques and approaches at various levels of design abstraction i.e. from process, device, and gate level techniques to the system level issues. The leading researchers, faculty members and industry practitioners availed the platform to deliberate latest trends in the field of VLSI. The students can avail the forum to acquire technical foundations and basic knowledge to practice and initiate research activities in their domain areas.
Expert Lecture on Embedded
An expert lecture was held on 20 April, 2015 at EC department by Mr. Ashish Pushalkar for the 4th semester students. The topic of the talk was- embedded system & peripheral interfacing with 8051.
Expert Lecture on Computer Network
An expert lecture was held on 14 March, 2015 at EC department by Mr. Amol Puranik of BSNL. A detailed knowledge about Computer network was given by him to the students of 6th semester students.
Industrial Visit at BISAG
On 26th March 2015 students of 4th semester EC department visited the BISAG, Gandhinagar. The visit was focused on the practical perspective of transmitting the signals to Satellite, receiving the signals on earth station and broadcasting of signals.
Industrial Visit at Regional Telecom Training Center
Students of 6th semester EC department visited the Regional Telecom Training Center (RTTC) -BSNL, Ahmedabad on 30 March 2015. During the visit, students learnt about telephone lines, function of antennas and wireless mobile networks.