Last three decades have witnessed phenomenal growth in electronics and communication, from terrestrial to microwave and broadband communication. The growth is expected to be still more vigorous, involving higher levels of sophistication, technology and skills in the days to come. This has created avenues for specialized manpower who could be engaged in design, development, operation and maintenance of electronic circuits and devices for diverse communication needs. Realizing the need for qualified manpower in this area, within the country and overseas, nec started Bachelor program in Electronics and Communication Engineering beginning academic year of 1999. The objective of the program is to train the students with needed competence in design, testing and application of electronic devices and their applications in array of households, industrial and communication applications.
and scope” and “Developing the first nano-photonic optical chip
A talk program on “Sustainable Eco Engineering” and “Introduction and
scope: Developing the first nano-photonic optical chip in Nepal”, was
conducted on July 07, 2019, nec Block B-401 and organized by Dept.
of Electronics and Communication Engineering. The participants of
the event were faculty members and the students 015 and 016 batch of
Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering. 45 participants
were beneficiated with this program. The presenters of the talk program
were Dr. Rijan Maharjan, Post-Doctoral Research Associate at Phutung
Research Institute, Er. Dipankar Shakya, System Designer at Sustainable Eco
Engineering, and Narendra Bajracharya, Technical Director at Sustainable
Eco Engineering. In the program, Mr. Bajracharya talked about Sustainable
Eco Engineering, its work and scope. Mr. Shakya presented about the major
projects of Sustainable Eco Engineering: 1) Telemetry based water level
monitoring system 2) Energy monitoring system 3) Solar power water
pumping system and 4) Community based flood early warning system. Dr.
Maharjan presented about “Developing the first nano-photonic optical chip
in Nepal: Optical Coherence Tomography on a chip”. The research team has
researched on nano technology that focuses the light without lens.
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