Exporting Tele-VLSI Graduates

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) at NIT Durgapur is committed to educate the future work force and to conduct research with collaborators from industry and government. Since offering our first course in Elctronics & Communication engineering in 1984, the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) has become one of the leading programs preparing students for this career choice. Our distinguished faculty works closely with students who come from throughout the nation, and other countries. We work across interdisciplinary boundaries to assemble effective multidisciplinary research groups. Our research and teaching concentrate among the broadly defined areas of VLSI, Tele-communication technologies, Signal & Image processing, Energy and Nanotechnology.

The department offers two PG programs: one in Telecommunication Engineering and other in Microelectronics and VLSI. The department is supported with Chips to Systems Design project under Special Manpower Development (SMDP-C2SD) of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. VLSI Lab is equipped with most updated EDA tools such as Cadence, Synopsys, Mentor Graphics and Xilinx, including related FPGA Boards. The students often carry out their Masters Project in VLSI Design company.

Students, interested in academics / research often choose to go for PhD in IISc / IITs / abroad. Combined with the resources of a large, comprehensive Institute, department of ECE provides unparalleled opportunities for cross-disciplinary research and education.


NIT Durgapur is ranked one among top National level technical Institutes, in terms of number of students receiving placement offers from reputed organizations from all over the country. Visit our placemnet page for more information ece placements. Many of our students also opt for higher studies abroad / IIsc/IITs.

Recent Publications

  • Abhijit Bhowmick, Sanjay Dhar Roy and Sumit Kundu, “ "Throughput of a Cognitive Radio Network With Energy-Harvesting Based on Primary User Signal", IEEE Wireless Communications Letters, Volume: 5, Issue: 2 Pages: 136 - 139, Year: 2016