Amal Jyothi College of Engineering

ECE Clubs

Electronic Design Automation Club

Electronic Design Automation (EDA ) is a category of software tools for designing electronic systems such as printed circuit boards and integrated circuits. These tools work together in a design flow that chip designers use to design and analyze entire semiconductor chips. The main aim of this club is to make students familiarize themselves with various electronic design tools like OrCAD, PCAD, MODELSIM, EdwinXP, LabVIEW, Electrical CAD and board level design of various electronic and electro mechanical systems.  The design complexity can be reduced by using these tools. Discussions related to latest electronic design tools and technology enable students to get in depth knowledge on semiconductor and Mechatronics areas. This helps students to get exposure about various latest tools used in the Semiconductor and automotive industry.

Electronics Innovation Club

The Club aims at fulfilling the commitment to R&D and fashion a brand value for the scholars by the perception of learning by doing. It works as an integral part of a larger mission – simplicity and motivates the UG students to involve in creating and developing tomorrow’s products. The high-profile faculty mentors make up inspired, efficient scholars that drive to develop leading technologies in Electronics and Communication.

Electronics Circuit Club

The Electronics Circuit Club aims to prepare men and women to become leaders, working in a highly dynamic and global environment at the forefront of engineering and pursue research to advance the state-of-the-art technology in electronics circuit engineering, debugging and provides helpful referrals on their career development. Also aims at introducing the principles of circuit design using discrete components, analysis and exploration of a range of typical circuit configurations, factors affecting the design and response of circuits etc.

Some of the long term objectives are to acquire:

  • The ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.
  • The ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  • The ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
  • The ability to identify, formulates and solve engineering problems.
  • The understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.
  • And an ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Electronics Debate Club

The Debate Club was formed for the fifth semester students of Electronics and Communication Engineering.  The Club attempted to improve the oratory and debating skills of its members.  The topics discussed were of technological relevance.  All students participated actively and expressed various views.  The Club helped to increase awareness about current innovations in the electronic sector as well to improve communication skills.  It served as a refreshing hour of healthy competition among students.

Digital Design Club

The Club was formed for the FINAL YEAR students of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Main objectives of the Club:

  • Introduction to the design of digital systems with an emphasis on design methods and the implementation and use of fundamental digital components
  • Develop ability to use a hardware description language, simulation, and a logic synthesis tool in the design and verification of digital circuits
  • Understand design in a contemporary environment resulting from the use of deep-submicrometer implementation technologies and design reuse.

Electronics Communication Club

The Club is meant to develop efficient engineers to design communication systems, both hardware and software, to create new technology and meet the emerging societal needs. It aims at introducing a broad spectrum of technical areas, including wireless systems and broadband networks.  Communication engineers have continuously worked at the frontier of high technology and are involved in research, the creation of new ideas and in the design and development of new products.

The main objectives of the Club are

  • To promote the essence of communication through experiential learning.
  • To develop a strong background in wireless and wired communication field.
  • Capability to pinpoint and define engineering problems in the fields of electronics and communication engineering.
  • Competence to employ necessary techniques, hardware and communication tools for modern engineering applications
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Willingness to take up individual responsibility as well as to work as part of a team.