Department of Electronics

The Islamia College of Science and Commerce started disseminating Electronics as a course from the department of Physics in 1978. Despite constraints like lack of laboratories, equipment, components etc., the faculty did a commendable job. Consequently, the fledgling course of Electronics took off with the passage of time and soon became one of the most sought after courses.
To cater to the burgeoning demand for Electronics, the state government decided to carve out Electronics as a separate department in those colleges of the state where Electronics was introduced as a three year degree course and Islamia College was one among them. A new department of Electronics headed by Prof. G. N. Bhat started functioning in the college in 1987. By this time the infrastructures for the department had fallen in place, to a large extent, but the faculty needed to cope up with the changing trends of Electronics and brush up their know-how of the subject. To fill this gap, the faculty for the new department was deputed to the CEDT, Srinagar, for honing their skills and training.
When the college reconstruction took off in 1993, after it was gutted in fire. Although, the department of Electronics was added last to the college in 1987, yet it was first to be constructed. The department of Electronics was envisaged on modern lines and incorporated every conceivable facility: it now houses a spacious staff room, laboratories equipped with modern gadgetry and underground fitting, an audio-visual room and a workshop that caters not only to the department but to the entire college The dedication and the team work of both teaching and non-teaching staff of the department ensured that the UGC, therefore, chose only the Islamia College, among all the colleges in the valley, to start a three year vocational course “Electronics Equipment and Maintenance (EEM)”. The aim of the course is to enable the students to start their own enterprises after completion and not to remain idle or hanker after Govt. jobs. For this students undergo rigorous practical training.

To achieve excellence in higher learning and research and provide creative solutions to societal needs.

a) Offering well-balanced curriculum to acquire professional competencies
b) To produce graduates with technical expertise, professional attitude and ethical values
c) Developing state of-the-art infrastructure and research for effective teaching learning process and quality research.

Strengths
a).Competent teaching faculty
b).Moderate infrastructure
c).Good component and equipment facility
d).Updated curriculum
e).Conduct of extension lectures.
Weakness
a) Insufficient teaching faculty
b) Insufficient lab and clerical staff
c) Insufficient lab and classrooms
d) Lack of computer and simulation lab
e) Lack of research lab
Opportunities
a) Electronics technology is growing exponentially.
b). Scope of expanding R&D and industry collaborations.
c). Scope for the development of interdisciplinary projects useful for society.
d). Scope of tie-up with industry and Universities.
Threats
a). Maintaining quality of UG students.
b). To frame and design an effective Curriculum, Teaching learning methodologies that bridges the gap between Industry and Institution.

1.Electronics: As one of the subject of 3 year B. Sc. Programme.
2.Electronics Equipment and Maintenance (EEM): As one of the subject of 3 year B. Sc. Programme.
Eligibility: 10 +2 pass with math as one of the subjects

1.To familiarise the students with the concept of Network analysis, semiconductor devices and circuits.
2. To acquaint the students with the knowledge of designing linear and digital integrated circuits.
3.To review the basics of communication systems and to introduce new trends in modern electronic communication systems. Learning Outcomes.
4.To get familiarisation about microprocessor and microcontroller and their interfacing applications.
5.To get familiarize the students with Electronic Instruments, their working operations and handling.
6.To familiarise the students with the concept of fabrication of semiconductor devices and modern nano-electronic devices.

  1. Ph.D

    Zahoor Ahmad Jhat
    Associate Professor ( HOD )

    Domain : Electronics


  2. M.Sc

    Altaf Hussain Khan
    Associate Professor

    Domain : Measurement Techniques, Digital System Design and Embedded Systems


  3. Ph.D

    Nusrat Parveen
    Assistant Professor

    Domain : Analog filter Design, Low power CMOS- circuit Design, Biomedical instrumentation.

Well equipped labs, audio/ visual lab, workshop etc