Minors or Specializations

Minors or Specializations


Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Artificial Intelligence helps to simulate human thinking and create smart machines, as most of them are being empowered by machine learning or deep learning techniques. It is being used extensively in Healthcare, Agriculture, Marketing, Gaming and Chatbots etc.

Data Analytics: It focusses on analyzing data and discovers hidden patterns through various statistical and data mining tools to enhance business gain.

Edge Computing: It is a process of capturing, storing, processing and analyzing data closer to data sources such as IoT devices or local edge servers, where the data is generated using distributed and cloud computing.

Cyber Security: In this age of hyper connectivity, our digital infrastructure is both an opportunity and risk. Cyber Security is a process of protecting our network, programs, data from unauthorized access and unintended use.

Blockchain: It is essentially a virtual ledger capable of recording and verifying a high volume of digital transactions that is now spreading across a wave of industries.

Geo-Informatics: It provides concepts in Remote-Sensing, Geographical Information Systems training and technical skills required to perform digital analysis of geo-spatial data

Software Engineering: Software engineering is about solving real world problems through effective technical practices such as gathering software requirements, modelling, develop architecture, technical design, implementation, quality assurance, delivery and maintenance.

Computer Science and Engineering: The core competencies of Computer Science and Engineering such as Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Analysis of Algorithms, Database Systems, are covered.

VLSI: The objective of this specialization or minor is to provide a student with comprehensive knowledge of VLSI circuits and systems which is essential for electronics chip manufacturing industry. The programme emphasizes the key aspects of hardware design and development for VLSI applications. The prime focus is laid on the areas like VLSI system design, verification methodologies, ASIC design, FPGA based systems design and SOC based design and verification.

Image and Video Processing: The effectiveness of image and video processing in many applications including health care, communication, security, and space have made it a separate entity of Electronics Engineering. The objective of this specialization or minor is to educate our students with theoretical and practical concepts of Image and Video Processing to make them an expert of this field. This minor will offer related courses to provide essential fundamentals for making a career in Image and Video Processing.

Embedded Systems: The objective of this specialization or minor is to provide the key aspects of both hardware and software design and development for real time applications. The prime focus is laid on niche areas like, Embedded Controllers, Real Time Operating Systems, Automotive Electronics and In-Vehicle Networking, Agriculture and Health Care. The embedded discipline is an intersection of computer science and electrical engineering and its applications are found in sectors like automotive industry, avionics, consumer electronics, medical devices and defence.

IoT: The objective of this specialization or minor is to impart knowledge on the infrastructure, sensor and networking technologies of IoT. The takers of this minor will be able to analyse, design and develop IoT solutions to solve real world and industrial problems.

Electric Vehicle Technology: The objective of this specialization or minor is to provide the theory and basic design aspects of automotive and electric vehicle propulsion system. The key focus of this offered programme is to understand the areas that come under the umbrella of automotive electric vehicles including internal combustion engines, battery electric and hybrid vehicle fundamentals, and automotive electric and electronic control systems that are embedded in future automotive industry.

Electronics and Communication Engineering: The objective of this minor is to learn the concepts of hardware systems and communication systems and apply them to solve real world and industrial problems though they have opted for other programs than ECE. Under this minor, core subjects of electronics such as Analog and Digital Circuit Design, VLSI design, and communications courses such as Analog and Digital Communications, Signals and Systems will be learned.

Digital Manufacturing: Digital manufacturing sets to continue and grow in the future as the use of information for production processes becomes increasingly automated. With systems that are able to interact with each other, the growth of Industry 4.0 looks set to continue the trend for joined-up production in order to increase competition and improve and streamline processes. Be a Future Ready Mechanical Engineer with Specialization in Digital Manufacturing.

Automotive Design: Automobile industries always look for those who possess in-depth multi-disciplinary knowledge and are creative enough to apply it optimistically. In the present scenario, electrical and hybrid vehicles are the future of automotive vehicles. Additionally, predictive vehicle technology, fuel efficient rides, and self-driving technology are sectors in which dominance of emerging technologies opens ample opportunities. Learn all that the Automobile world needs with specialization in Automotive Design.

Robotics: From Chandrayaan I project that sent robots to the moon, to biomedical engineering and the auto industry, robots are being used on a wide scale. In an increasingly technology-driven country, robotics has fast assumed significance not only for industrial applications, but also in various day-to-day human activities. Robots will be the next World-changing technology. Get ready to build your Robot Slave –Choose Robotics Specialization.

Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Engineering is a primary domain of engineering that plays critical roles in ideation, analysis, design, manufacturing, and synthesis aspects of system in use every day. It is one of the broadest and most versatile of the engineering professions.

Performing Arts: The disciplines under Performing Arts comprise arts such as music, dance, and theatre to name a few. This is a practice-oriented discipline which enables students to acquire first-hand experience in both the theoretical and embodied dimensions of performing arts.

Econometrics: Econometrics is a subset of the larger discipline of Economics. Under the Econometrics programme, the students will be trained in specialized fields of statistical analysis, econometric modelling, and forecasting.

Corporate Law: Corporate law deals with matters relating to commerce, trade and business. It covers wide areas of employee contract, business contract and financial contracts. It provides students with deep ideas of how individual business operates, and that clients can range from domestic business to multinational corporations and global financial institutions. In today’s world every individual must be informed about aspects of corporate law to grow in his or her career.

Fintech: Fintech refers to any business that uses technology to enhance or automate financial services and processes. It is a rapidly growing industry serving both consumers and businesses. Fintech companies integrate technologies such as AI, blockchain and data science into traditional financial sectors to make them safer, faster and more efficient. This minor course primarily enables learners to solve cryptographic equations and record that data to a blockchain, thus enabling mining rig operation abilities amongst the students.

Digital Marketing: As number of consumers who go online is continuing to rise at an exponential rate, companies are looking for digital marketers to engage with customers on the company’s own website, emails, search engine rankings, blog, and social media accounts. A minors in digital marketing will help students devise digital marketing strategies, design engaging and relevant digital content, identify key performance indicators (KPI) for each channel and properly measure the company’s performance across each of those channels.