TRR Gallery

  More Photos
Engineeringcollege Faculty


Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

The department has established state-of-the-art computer laboratories managed by qualified programmers and supported by lab assistants. The computer labs have servers and systems in a networked environment with peripherals, UPS support, system software and application software.

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering is established along with the college in 2001. The Department has qualified and experienced faculty supported by non-teaching staff. The department is headed by Dr.Satya Prasad, who has several years of teaching experince.The department has established following laboratories for the benefit of the students.

  • Electronic Devices & Circuits lab / Electronic Circuits lab
  • Linear Integrated Circuits lab / I.C. Applications lab
  • Pulse and Digital circuits lab
  • Analog communications lab
  • Digital communications lab
  • Microprocessors lab
  • ECAD (Digital IC's & VHDL) lab
  • Microwave & Optical Communications lab
  • Digital Signal Processing lab


Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has qualified and experienced faculty supported by non-teaching staff. The department has established number of laboratories with the requisite equipment.

  • Electro Mechanics lab - I
  • Electro Mechanics lab - II
  • Networks lab
  • Control Systems lab
  • Power Electronics lab
  • Electrical Measurements lab
  • Simulation of Electrical systems lab


Department of Information Technology

The Department of Information technology is established in 2007.

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) program is focused on the acquisition of theory and application of technical competencies associated with the information technology profession. The courses prepare students with fundamental knowledge in core technologies, such as systems analysis and design, programming, database design, network architecture and administration, Web technologies and application development, implementation and maintenance.

  • Systems analysis
  • Design
  • Programming
  • Database design

Master of Computer Applications

The Department of Master of Computer Applications is established in the year 2001.50 nos. of Intel P-III /P IV Computing Machines with colour monitor connected online with Internet/Intranet, And Local Win98, WinXP PCs, Windows 2000 server, Red Hat Linux Server, with various computing software like MS Office, VB 6.0, VC++, Java, Java builder, Various Computer Based Training CDs, Oracle 8i, Alteras VHDL, Micro Media Flash, local departmental sites, web based e-mail, HTML/DHTML/XML editor, Norton Anti Virus Soft Ware. etc.

  • Various computer (s/w & h/w) training
  • Group discussion
  • Seminar
  • C-Language Skill Test
  • Aptitude tests

Department of MBA

The Department of MBA is designed to provide the leaders of tomorrow with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in a global business economy. The program emphasizes critical and strategic thinking, developing managerial skills, real-world applications, ethics, and leadership taught in a technologically – advanced, active learning environment.

The MBA will also provide opportunities for students to think critically and strategically, and to be able to apply and integrate the knowledge they have accumulated to specific business situations. The program features an executive seminar to provide the student with an opportunity to learn from, as well as, interact with top executives.

  • 34 credit program, evening classes
  • Formulate effective business strategies
  • Apply integrative and critical thinking skills
  • Communicate effectively
  • Analyze domestic and global forces that affect organizational success

Department of M.Tech

The Department of M.Tech MOS transistors, MOS switches, CMOS logic: Inverter, combinational logic, NAND, NOR gates, compound gates, Multiplexers. Memory: Latches and registers. Circuit and system representations: Behavioral, structural and physical representations.