The department of Physics provided an add on course ” Digital Electronics ” for the BSc. Physics students. The aim of the course was to make the students aware about the digital world and its applications in electronics. Students who choose to focus on digital electronics study how networks of semiconductor devices such as transistors perform signal-processing tasks. Examples of such tasks include generating and amplifying speech or music, TV broadcasting and displaying, cell phone and satellite communications. The duration of the course was one year.

The course includes:

  • Analog and digital signals
  • Boolean algebra
  • Logic gates
  • Flip flops

Department of Physics provided add on course on Digital Electronics for third and fourth sem students of 2015 batch and first and second sem students of 2016 batch. Total of 60 students attended and  completed the course successfully.