Post Graduate Department of Electronics

About the Department :-

Established in 2017
Established in 2017


Department of Electronics became an independent department in 2017, after bifurcation of Department of Physics and Electronics, vide notification no. F. Acd/l/17/6498-597 dated 20-02-2017. The post graduate programme in Electronics was however offered in the Department of Physics & Electronics since the year 1995. The department is presently offering Ph.D., M.Phil. and M.Sc. in Electronics besides a 3-months skill development course on Electrical Maintenance and Repair. The M.Sc. Electronics is a two years (four semesters) programme with a total of 96 credits including two open courses of 4-credit each in 3rd and 4th semesters. Each theory course is supplemented by a laboratory course for better understanding of the subject. Each semester has four labs except the fourth semester as the students have to complete one major project in the 4th semester.

The Department apart from teaching is engaged in research in the field of 1) Fabrication and Characterization of Thin Films based Devices, 2) Gate Stacks using High-k Dielectrics, 3) Hybrid Solar Cells and GaN based LEDs, 4) Device and Circuit Simulation, 5) Low Voltage Circuit Design, 6) Speech Signal Processing, 7) Machine Learning based Automation, 8) IoT based Systems, 9) Smart Sensor Design, 10) Energy Efficient Systems, 11) Computer Vision and Robotics, 12) Biomedical Signal Processing, and 13) Digital Signal Pprocessing. The department has individual collaborations with sscientists in the National Laboratories and Universities abroad. The department has been able to publish nearly 100 research papers with good impact factor in the internationally reputed journals and two patents during the past five years.

The present research facilities of the department include research licensed ORCAD PSpice and Silvaco T- CAD Software for circuit and device Simulation Lab. The department has a well-equipped Digital Signal Processing (DSP) lab. The Departmental library houses a wide spectrum of nnational and iinternational journals/periodicals in addition to around 6600 text/reference books. Internet facility is provided in the laboratory for the scholars/students for their research & project work.

Industrial training is an important component of M.Sc. (Electronics) course curriculum. The students of the department have been visiting various national institutes like NITTTR Chandigarh, BBRAITT Jabalpur, BSNL, SCL Mohali, DOEAC, etc. The students of the department have been regularly qualifying NET/JRF/SET and pursuing research in the reputed National Institutes as well as in the department itself. Some of the alumni have been absorbed in MNCs, higher & school education departments of the J&K Govt, BSNL, Defence, PSUs, etc.



Name Designation Qualification Specialization Contact Info.
Prof. Susheel Kumar Sharma Professor & Head of the Department M.Sc. Physics, NET-JRF in Physical Sciences, Ph.D. in Physics from Department of Physics, University of Jammu Analog Electronics, photovoltaics E-mail: EPABX: Mobile No.: 9419279896
Prof. Parveen Kumar Lehana Professor M.Sc. Electronics, NET JRF in Physical Science, NET-JRF in Electronics, Ph.D. Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay Signal Processing, Robotics, Biomedical, Smart sensors, IoTs E-mail: EPABX: Mobile No.: 9419200267
Prof. Rakesh Vaid Professor M.Sc. Electronics, PG Diploma in Electronics, Ph.D. in Electronics from Department of Physics and Electronics, University of Jammu Simulation, fabrication, and characterization of advanced semiconductor devices, Nanotechnology E-mail: EPABX: Mobile No.: 9419106794
Dr. Rockey Gupta Associate Professor M.Sc. Electronics, NET-JRF in Electronics, Ph.D. in Electronics from Department of Electronics, University of Jammu Low voltage analog digital circuits, Photovoltaics E-mail: EPABX: Mobile No.: 9419126391