Department of Electronics

Welcome !

Welcome to the Department of Electronics at Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous).

Electronic systems are something we are surrounded with. We use cell phones, computers, fitness sensors, navigation systems and video games like a natural thing, medical equipments. But without electronic systems, none of the electronics surrounding us would have worked.Department of Electronics teaches the conception of electronics device, circuits and applications in various field and do research into further development of this technology. Student will enable to understand the ‘Today’s and tomorrow’s’ requirements for advanced communication solutions, energy efficiency, and storage capacity etc.

Year of Establishment

  • 2-year pass (General) course : academic session 2009 to 2012
  • 2-years pass (General) course : academic session 2014 to 2018
  • Gereric elective courses for undergraduate student from 2018

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Faculties

Dr. Sourav Chattopadhyay (HOD)

M.Tech, Ph.D
Assistant Professor

Tanmay Biswas

Sri Tanmay Biswas

M.Sc.
Assistant Professor

Highlights

Student-Teacher Relationship

The Department boasts a good relationship between student teachers, with professors always being accessible to students, and students initiating attention through spontaneous love and regard.

Success story of students @RKMRC

Every year, a good number of students of RKMRC  have been admitted to integrated Ph.D., M.Sc., M.C.A. programmes of premiere institutes like TIFR,CMI, I.I.T. s, I.S.I., I.I.Sc. , IISERs and Central Universities and so on.

Innovative Teaching Methods

  • Audio & Video Tools.
  • Stimulating Classroom Environment
  • Welcome New Ideas
  • Refer to Books On Creativity
  • Introduce Lessons Like a Story
  • Regular  Assignments
  • Seminar by the students & professors

Computer LAB

The department has an uninterrupted internet  facility with its own computer LAB.  The ratio of students and PC’s is nearly 1:1.

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