The College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG), a pioneer in technical education in India and in Asia, was established in the year 1794. Incidentally, CEG was the first engineering institution setup in India. More than 200 years have gone by and today, this college has evolved into Asia's largest technical university.
The Department of Electronics and Communications (DECE), which became a part of this celebrated institution in the year 1945, is one of the leaders in India in this field of technology. The department, headed by professors and lecturers who are experts in their own disciplines, aims at educating and training students with sound knowledge and awareness in the latest trends in electronics, communication and information technology.
Keeping in line with fast changing technology, the department has a well designed, constantly reviewed syllabus to incorporate all advancements in existing and emerging technologies. The state-of-the-art laboratories complement the high standards set by the competitive syllabus and nurture the inclination of the students towards research and development, besides giving them the necessary and sufficient backing of practical knowledge that they need.