The objective of the M.Tech programme in Communication and Signal Processing is to provide in depth knowledge in electronics engineering and to promote research and innovation.

The syllabus has been designed to enable rigorous analysis in signal processing, electronic devices and mathematical modeling. A number of advanced electives are available in Communication & Signal Processing specialization, for example digital communication, information and coding theory and wireless communications.

The dissertation in the fourth semester is intended to focus on current research areas covering visualization of practical aspects in various research domains. For this they are attached to industries and research laboratories such as CSIR-CEERI, Pilani.

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication or equivalent - Min.55%

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and PI


Programme Outcome


  • I Sem.

    MTCSP1.1Introduction to Embedded System Design
    MTCSP1.2Antenna Theory
    MTCSP 1.3Signal Theory
    MTCSP 1.4Digital Signal Processor And Architecture
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    MTCSP 1.5Advanced Digital Signal Processing Lab
    MTCSP 1.6Wireless Communication Lab
  • II Sem.

    MTCSP 2.1Satellite Communication And Phased Arrays
    MTCSP2.2Digital Communication System
    MTCSP2.3Embedded System for Wireless and Mobile Communication
    MTCSP2.4Information Theory And Coding
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    MTCSP 2.5Advanced Communication Lab
    MTCSP 2.6Technical Report Writing & Communication Skills II
  • III Sem.

    MTCSP3.1.1Satellite Communication And Phased Arrays
    MTCSP3.1.2Digital Communication System
    MTCSP3.1.3Embedded System for Wireless and Mobile Communication
    MTCSP3.2.1Telecommunication Switching And Networks
    MTCSP3.2.2Advanced Mobile Communication
    MTCSP3.2.3Advanced Embedded System
    MTCSP3.3Dissertation Seminar
  • IV Sem.

    MTCSP 4Dissertation
    (followed by Viva Voce)


Career Prospects

Career Prospects

M.Tech. (CSP) can find suitable positions in

  • R&D sectors
  • Electronics companies
  • Academic institutions as faculty members
  • Public and Private sectors such as BSNL, MTNL, DRDO, BARC, BHEL and CSIR