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Educational
Objectives

Information and Communication Technology Engineering will provide a multi-disciplinary platform along with an emphasis on modern day real time applications. Due to the day to day changes in the field of science and technology, ICT program of Engineering will facilitate and provide an opportunity to equip with the skills and knowledge required to design, implement & manage a variety of Information system.

In general transition in technology takes place at the system level, but the technology transition is due to the remarkable approach and changes in associated circuits, programs. In this era of the 21st century the wide usage and scope of various computational theories behind data analysis, Multidisciplinary Engineering and E-commerce is playing a crucial role in providing solutions to the problems encountered by modern day applications. In the four-year span during this course student will gain the knowledge and learn the fundamentals and scientific approach towards ICT-based systems. This program will support the flagship to develop miniaturized and cost-effective systems with the latest technology which is an initiative of Digital World.

The objectives of this course are

  • To provide adequate knowledge of principles and scientific practices involved.
  • To gain the skills required for systematic adoption of evolving changes in science and technology.
  • To develop a collaborative environment for multidisciplinary project-based learning practices.
  • To create state-of-art infrastructure, 24×7 learning environment, hands-on expertise and teamwork for shaping students to industry ready professionals or entrepreneurs.
  • To demonstrate the sensible approach by the way understanding, analyzing and applying knowledge in accordance with the socio-economical context.

Marwadi University – The one and only Institute for Information and Communication Technology Engineering in Saurashtra region, Rajkot which has done in-depth analysis and decided to initiate the branch for creating better opportunities for the younger generations.

Scope of
Employment

ICT Engineers have multi-fold opportunity and exposure from basic engineering applications to most promising and highly demanding technologies. The hands-on experience and industry internship program will prepare students to work in the direction of Start-ups.

The major scope of employment is in the areas of

  • Data Analytics
  • IoT-based solutions
  • Software Engineering
  • Embedded Hardware / Software
  • Cyber Security
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Database Technology
  • Wireless and Sensor Networks
  • Image & Video Processing
  • VLSI Systems
  • ICT Governance

Student
Outcomes

Marwadi University – The one and only Institute for Information and Communication Technology Engineering in Saurashtra region, Rajkot which aims to inculcate various qualities of graduate engineering attributes like

  • Students will be able to apply knowledge of mathematics, physics and fundamental of ICT engineering.
  • Students will have an ability to adapt the advanced computing tools time to time by mastering the basic computing skills.
  • Students will be able to understand, analyze the complex problems, and find the appropriate solutions.
  • Students will be able to perform effectively as a leader in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Students will have an ability to design solutions to open-ended engineering problems that meet appropriate attention to health and socio-economic considerations.
  • Students will be able to understand economics and business practices including project, risk and various policies into the practice of engineering.

ICT

Labs

  • Basic and Advance Computing Lab
  • Analog and Digital Electronics Lab
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab
  • DSP and Image processing lab
  • Data Science and Analytics Lab
  • VLSI and Embedded Lab
  • Networking Lab
  • ORACLE lab
  • CISCO lab
  • IBM lab
  • Industry sponsored lab
    1. Texas Instrument
    2. Cypress Semiconductor
    3. Intel
    4. ARM
    5. Wipro
    6. Silicon Labs

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Activities

Teaching Scheme

Semester I
Subject CodeSubject NameCategoryTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term Work (TW)
01MA1101Differential and Integral CalculusBS-UC42055030202525150
01EE0104Electrical CircuitsES-UC40255030202525150
01EC0101Basics of Electronics EngineeringES-UC30245030202525150
01SL0102/ 01SL0103Reading and Writing for Technology /
Speaking and Presentation Skills
GN-UE2002030202525100
01CT0101Introduction to Computer ProgrammingES-UC30245030202525150
01CT0103Foundation skills in sensor interfacingEE0021000252550
01CT0104ICT WorkshopES-UC0021000252550
 01PE0101Physical Education/Sports/YogaNCC0020000000
Total301621222200150100175175800
Semester II
Subject CodeSubject NameCategoryTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
01MA1151Matrix Algebra and Vector CalculusBS-UC42055030202525150
01EC0102Digital ElectronicsES-UC30245030202525150
01ME0105Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided DesignES-UC20445030202525150
01CT0105Object Oriented ProgrammingPC30245030202525150
01EN0101Basics of Environmental StudiesES-UC200250302000100
01CT0106Introduction to R and RStudioPC0021000252550
01CR0102Value EducationGN-UC2002000252550
Total281621022250150100150150800
Semester III
Subject CodeSubject NameCategoryTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term Work (TW)
01MA0231Discrete Mathematics and Graph TheoryBS-UC42055030202525150
01CT0301Computer Organization and ArchitecturePC30245030202525150
01CT0302Signals and SystemsPC30245030202525150
01CR0301Professional EthicsGN-UC100100205030100
01CT0303Introduction to Communication EngineeringPC30245030202525150
01CT0307Data Structure and AlgorithmPC40255030202525150
01CT0306Design EngineeringEE0021000252550
Total301821024250150120200180900
Semester IV
Subject CodeSubject NameCategoryTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/ Practical MarksTotal Marks
TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva (V)Term work (TW)
01CT0401Probability and StatisticsIE32045030202525150
01CT0402Problem solving using PythonPC30245030202525150
01CT0403Microcontroller and InterfacingPC30245030202525150
01CT0404Analog and Digital CommunicationPC30245030202525150
01CT0405Engineering ElectrodynamicsPC300350302000100
01CE0401Operating SystemPC402550302000100
01ct0406Technical WritingGN-UE1001000252550
Total30202825300180120125125850
Semester V
Subject CodeSubject NameTeaching Scheme

(Hours)

CreditsTheory

Marks

Tutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva

(V)

Term Work

(TW)

01CT0501Optimization TechniquesPC30035030202525150
01CT0502Database Management SystemPC30245030202525150
01CT0503Computer NetworksPC30245030202525150
01CT0504Internet and Web TechnologyPC30245030202525150
01CT0505Introduction to Single Board

Computer Programming

PC0021000252550
01CT0506Human Centered DesignEE00210005050100
01CT05XXDepartment Elective – 1PEC40255030202525150
01GS0501Cognitive Aptitude -1NCC2000000000
Total301801222250150100200200900
Department Elective – 1
1) 01CT0507 – Advanced Microprocessor
2) 01CT0508 – Optical Communication
3) 01CT0509 – Linux Administration
4) 01CT0510 – Applied Linear algebra
5) 01CT0511 – Theory of Compuation
Semester VI
Subject CodeSubject NameTeaching Scheme

(Hours)

CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva

(V)

Term work

(TW)

01CT0601Digital Signal ProcessingPC30245030202525150
01CT0602Wireless Communication

and Mobile Computing

PC30245030202525150
01IT0601Software EngineeringPC30245030202525150
01CT0603Reverse EngineeringEE00210005050100
01CT06XXDepartment Elective – 2PEC40255030202525150
01CT06XXDepartment Elective – 3PEC40255030202525150
01CR0601Business BenchmarkUC1001000252550
01GS0601Cognitive Aptitude -2NCC2000000000
Total32200122415090100200200900
Semester VII
Subject CodeSubject NameTeaching Scheme (Hours)CreditsTheory

Marks

Tutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva

(V)

Term Work

(TW)

01CT0701Cryptography and

Network Security

PC30245030202525150
01CT0702Information Theory

and Coding

PC30245030202525150
01CT0703Artificial intelligencePC30245030202525150
01CT0704Management Information

System

GN-UE300350302000100
01CT07XXDepartment Elective – 4PEC40255030202525150
01CT07XXDepartment Elective – 5PEC40255030202525150
Total302001025300180120125125850
Department Elective – 4
1) 01CT0705 – Digital Design using Verilog
2) 01CT0706 – Computer Vision
3) 01CT0707 – Multimedia computing
4) 01CT0708 – Big Data Analytics
5) 01CT0709 – Advanced Java
Department Elective – 5
1) 01CT0710 – Embedded Operating System
2) 01CT0711 – Wireless system Design
3) 01CT0712 – IOT
4) 01CT0713 – Programming for Application Development
5) 01CT0714 – Human computer interaction
Semester VIII
Subject CodeSubject NameTeaching Scheme

(Hours)

CreditsTheory MarksTutorial/

Practical

Marks

Total

Marks

TheoryTutorialPracticalESE(E)IACSEViva

(V)

Term work

(TW)

01CT0801Project / Industrial

Training

PC002814000100100200
01CT08XXDepartment Elective – 6PEC30035030202525150
Total31302817503020125125350
Department Elective – 6 (MOOC)
Student have to select one of the four MOOC courses announced by the department.