Department of
electronics & communication Engineering

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in 1980-81 with an intake of 60 students. The department has been successful in producing excellent and well-trained graduates. Today we have around 3400 Students (UG & PG) and 189 faculty members drawn from premium institutes throughout India, out of which 31 Professors, 41 Associate Professors and 117 Assistant Professors. The Department of ECE has a perfect blend of eminent faculty drawn from academia, industry and research organizations. Its past alumni hold key positions in their organisations, in India & abroad. Students can choose from a number of academic flexibilities to pursue their career in a field of their interest. The programs are designed with the main objective of making students adapt to latest technologies, specializations and be industry ready at the end of their academic journey with KLU.


  • 49% of faculty are Doctorates.
  • Curriculum has been revised in 2019 following holistic approach, integrated for all four years of B. Tech program.
  • The revised curriculum facilitates flexible core, enough wide range professional electives courses while ensuring connectivity and flow among the various courses.
  • Revised futuristic curriculum adopted enables the students for good placements in core companies as well as for entrepreneurship and research.
  • Teaching with Research Experienced Faculty.
  • State of art of the laboratories with advanced equipments.
  • State of the art Research Centres: 08.
  • Centre of excellences: 02.
  • 2500+ research papers published in Scopus/SCI/WOS/IEEE etc
  • 42 Government sponsored projects
  • 1106.36 Lakhs worth of sponsored projects
  • 16 books published by our faculty
  • 11 filed patents
  • Seven women scientist awarded for the ECE faculty from Department of Science and Technology (DST).
  • 3 young scientist awards for the faculty DST.
  • 4 Early Career Research Awards for the faculty from DST.
  • 2 UGC Research Awards for the faculty.
  • Full length courses by faculty from foreign Universities.
  • Project based laboratory in all core courses.
  • Hands-on experience on advanced tools includes Xilinx, HFSS, Mentor graphics, NI Labview, Matlab, Vivaldo, Octave etc.
  • Innovative teaching methodologies: Lab taken to class and Project based labs
  • Regular webinars for students by faculty from universities abroad and by eminent industry people.
  • Academics include industry centric competencies with good hands-on skilling.
  • Open electives from other branches of Engineering, Management, Fine Arts, and Commerce etc.
  • Encouraging the Peer Learning, where the students learning with and from each other as fellow learners.
  • Organizing Mentor-mentee programs, where the students can mentor with Industry experienced skilled persons.
  • Implementing the Self Learning concept. It is an option for students to get exempted from class attendance where they can pursue their interests during those hours either by working on Elite Coding, Entrepreneurship, Projects, Research, and Peer Mentoring etc.
  • Design & Build (DB) technical talks with industry experts.
  • Design and Build workshops such as IOT Visistatha, Silicon Mantra, Kreativ Ezee etc.,
  • Active collaboration with International Universities and R&D organizations.
  • Technology enrichment through certification programs.
  • 100% placement for eligible and registered students.
  • Students become members of Professional Societies such as IEEE, IET, IETE, ISTE etc.
  • International research collaborations with OSMC Linkoping University, Sweden, Tyumen Industrial University, University of Tehran etc.
  • Conduction of regular co-curricular activities including seminars, guest lectures, webinars, group discussions, skill development courses, mock interviews etc.

Guest lecture on "Artificial Neural Networks and Applications" by Dr.Sanjay S. Shitole on 27th June 2020.

National level FDP on “3D EM Simulation using CST STUDIO SUITE” in association with Jyoti Electronics, Hyderabad & Computer Society of India (CSI), Koneru Chapter, CSI Region V, from 22– 26 June 2020.

"Guest Lecture on Communication In Sensor Networks:A Nitty-Gritty by DR.V.R.Sarma Dhulipala on 19th JUne 2020".

Webinar (11) on "Making Green Energy for Tomorrow's IoT Devices" on 3-June-2020 & 4-June-2020.

Webinar (10) on "Analog ICs: Design Prospective and Applications" on 1-June-2020 & 2-June-2020.

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering is organizing One-Day Workshop on “Design and Code a Drone" on 2nd January 2020

National Workshop on Recent Trends in MEMS Devices for IOT Applications

5 Day FDP on “Internet of Things (IoT)-Applications from 10th to 14th of december 2019.

One week FDP on "Emotional Audio – Visual Signal Processing and AI, Machine Learning Applications" from 09th to 14th December, 2019 by NIT Warangal.

Faculty Development Program on Sustainable Solar Skills Development (10th – 16th December 2018)


Electrothon ia a hackathon was conducted on 12, 13, 14th March along with APITA(Andhra Pradesh Information Technology Academy) and IIDT(International Institute of Digital Technologies).

ZROTRIYA’18 Departmental Fest held on 7TH & 8TH March - 2018

Research Bulletin
  • Y Usha Devi, M S S Rukmini, B T P Madhav, Liquid Crystal Polymer Based Flexible And Conformal 5g Antenna For Vehicular Communication, Materials Research Express, Vol 6, No 1, 2019, Pp 1-12.
  • Z. Yan, P. Goswami, A. Mukherjee, L. Yang, S. Routray, G Palai, “Low-energy PSO-based node positioning in optical wireless sensor networks”, In Optik - International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Elsevier, Volume 181, 2019, pp.378-382. (SCI & Scopus) Impact Factor-1.191
  • P. Saleem Akram, Dr.T. Venkata Ramana “Stacked Electromagnetic Band gap Optimization for low profile patch antenna design” International Journal of Engineering & advanced Technology. FEB 2019, VOL 8, Issue 3, pp 146 - 154.