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B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

Subject group available
  • Phyaics-Electronics-Comp. Sci.
  • Physics-Chemistry-Math
  • Physics-Comp. Sci.-Math
About the Subject

Electronics is sub-branch of physics Everyone today is exposed to electronic devices in one way or another way. Almost everything that surrounds us has direct link to electronics from the very computer ,we use whether it be laptops, notebooks which has millions of tiny electronic components on it like resistor, inductors, capacitors, logic gates and the like to the calculators, appliances, gizmos, measuring devices and gadgets to name just a few.

Electronics truly molded our lives , we have today, for without it, we might as well grimacing in the shackles of under development and stagnant society where progress is hardly felt as if we are in an isolated islands. Electronics is the Barometer of how far humans have gone through . if we use the advancement in technology as a yardstick of progress. The dawn of the new wave of the Future is bound to fascinate the world once again, the microscopic which houses thousand to several millions of semiconductor components that makes our computer to undergo major transformation in the near Future. the Nano technology, will soon sweep the world and will soon break barriers between possible and impossible. Electronic Science as a profession sprang from technological improvements in the telegraphy industry in the late 19 th century and the radio and the telephone industries in the early 20 th century. People were attracted to radio by the technical fascination it inspired, first in receiving and then in transmitting many who went into broadcasting in the 1920 s. were only amateurs in the period before world war-I

To a large extent, the modern discipline of electronics was born out of telephone, radio and television equipment development and the large amount of electronic systems development during world war II of RADAR, SONAR, Communication system and Advanced munitions and weapon systems.

In the interwar years , the subject was known as radio engineering and it was only in the late 1950s. that the term Electronic started to emerge. Electronics learning like of a blood requires for the body for Surviving.

About Department

Masters Programmes :
This department doesn’t carry P.G. Programmes.

Undergraduate Programmes: B.Sc.
This departments of Electronics offer a three year B.Sc. degree programme in several areas such as Material Science ,Solid state physics, Stastical mechanics, Quantum mechanics, properties of matter ,thermodynamics, nuclear and molecular physics , laser, nanotechnology ,superconductivity etc.
The admission of local candidates are first come basis, the advertisement is put up print media. The first semester starts around the beginning of July.

* Strength
  • Collaboration among faculty and students.
  • Healthy teacher - student relation
  • Well educated, well experienced faculty.
* Weakness

Students with good academic rank or percentage prefer technical subjects such as computer science. So the students admitted to this department are either slow learner or low meritorious.

* Opportunities

Students are encouraged to take up higher studies along with necessary help is provided for taking admission. Proper counseling is made for them.

* Challenges

Most of the Students belong to villages and from farmer’s families; therefore regularity of students is satisfactory, not the best. It affects their studies. To overcome on this problem is a challenge. To develop punctuality in them is also a challenge.

* Future Plan
  • To get recognition as Research Laboratory through university. Thus increase research activity in department.
  • To organize National level conference on recent trends in research
Course Structure
Courses in Semester I

Passive Components & Network Theorems, Measuring Instruments, Semiconductor, Bipolar Transistor, Switching, Integrated Circuit

Courses in Semester II

Binary arithmetic, Boolean algebra, Multivibrators, Counters, combinational logic circuit, Semiconductor memories.

Courses in Semester III

Hybrid-parameter, Power amplifier, Feedback amp.& Oscillator, Operational amp., Advanced application of Op-amp., A/D & D/A convert.

Courses in Semester IV

Modulation & Demodulation, Fiber optic comm.., Pulse modulation & Digital comm., Architecture& timing of 8085, Instruction and Programming of 8085, Interfacing

Courses in Semester V

Basic Instrumentation, Measurement of Temperature, Timer and PLL, Display, Digital instrument and Recorder, Sensor and actuators, Biomedical electronics.

Courses in Semester VI

8086 Architecture, Instructionand programming of 8086, 8051 Microcontroller, Instruction set of 8051 & Programming, 8051 Interfacing & Application, Advanced microcontroller.


No special research facility is available for UG students.

As a part of curriculum projects topic were search by the students in particular awarded topics.

* Facilities
Experimental Facilities

CRO (15 Mhz.), AFO (function generator) Microprocessor 8085 and 8086 kits.(7 segment LED),Microcontroller 8051 kits. (7 segment LED), Ring counters, Boolean algebra kits. Digital Multimeters, Dimmer stat, operational amplifier kits.DAC & ADC, Power supply


Capacitor’s , Resistors, inductor, Diode, IC, Transistor, LDR, Transformer, ziner diode, Tag board, photo transistor, LED,FET, Thermistor, SCR, PCB

Special Equipments

under XII th plan by UGC, GDA grants CRO (Dual trace , 20Mhz.) AFO (Function generator 1 Mhz.)

Special Equipments

under XII th plan by UGC, GDA grants CRO (Dual trace , 20Mhz.) AFO (Function generator 1 Mhz.)


Comprehensive B.Sc. Syllabus for the university of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University , Amravati refer university website.

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