About: Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Vision of the department:

“To become a leading center of excellence in futuristic national scenario that caters to the academic and research needs of the society at large in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering”


 

Mission of the department:

“To impart the students with valuable knowledge through excellence in teaching, research and creative activities so as to mould them into highly competent and ethical Electronics and Telecommunication engineering technocrats to address the techno-social engineering challenges with innovative solutions” 


 

The Department of Electronics is a unique Department unlike the conventional Science Departments of any institute system. One may think of the Department of Electronics as a kind of a typical Applied Science Department. Not really so! The Department of Electronic Science aims at the synthesis of Science, Engineering and Technological aspects of Electronics. We all know that the on going bewildering transformation of quality of our lives is due to the recent phenomenal growth in Electronics, Information / Communication Technology and Technological convergence. Many a super-smart electronic gizmo is hitting the market every day which, hitherto, used to appear in Science fiction only. Smaller and more complex electronic devices are replacing the bigger ones.

The conventional Silicon Electronics may go bust with time and soon be replaced by Nano-Electronics where different laws of Science (Electronic Science!) coupled with the Engineering aspects might come in to play. All these developments are due to the never-ending combined efforts of researchers, engineers, innovators etc. from diverse disciplines. The scientific as well as technological intricacies behind the realization of these devices & systems are enormous and call for the services of ‘Sci-gineers’ (the next generation of Scientific Engineers!).

Thus, as never before, a situation has arisen where a strong scientific manpower with technical background is needed to meet the growing challenges in the field of Electronics for its Research, Development and Applications. It is the mission of the Department of Electronic Science to educate and generate the next generation of innovators. To achieve this, our energies are directed towards blending a sound understanding of fundamental Science, Engineering and Technological aspects of Electronics.

 


 

E- Report of Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

1. Preparation: To prepare the students to solve socio-engineering problems so as to steer the organization towards excellence through systematic thinking, excel in higher studies and be a successful technical professional through rigorous education/ training.

2. Core competence: To provide students with solid foundation in Mathematics and Fundamentals of Engineering Sciences, Electronic circuit design, Telecommunication Engineering and Signal processing so as to solve engineering problems and also pursue higher studies.

3. Breadth: To impart students with such skills that enable them to comprehend, analyze, design and implement so as to provide multidisciplinary solutions to real world social and technical problems with innovative ideas.

4. Professionalism: To inculcate in students social awareness, value based systems, leadership qualities, professional and ethical attitude, good communication skills to bring holistic development of personality and ability to relate engineering issues in social context.

5. Learning Environment: To provide students with excellent academic and social environment aware of leadership, ethical codes, team spirit, lifelong learning, to build a sound professional career with stimulated innovative thinking.

(A) PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

 Engineering Graduates will be able to:

 PO1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

 PO2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

 PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

 PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

 PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

 PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

 PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

 PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

 PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

 PO11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

 PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

(B)PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO13. Develop ability to analyze, simulate, design and implement analog as well as digital circuits, communication systems, microcomputer system, instrumentation and control system and power system.

PO14. Utilize probability and statistics; transform methods, engineering mathematics in support of electronics and telecommunication systems.

SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) 

 

Sem III and IV (Old) Click here to download

Sem III and IV (New) Click here to download

Sem V and VI Click here to download

Sem VII & VIII Click here to download

M.E. (Digital Electronics Part Time) Click here to download

M.E. (Electronics & Telecomm. Engg.) Click here to download

 


 Projects during AY 2016-17


Sr. No. Guided By Title of Project
1 Prof.Dr.S.M Deshmukh Automatic System for detecting & starting good quality food product
2 Prof.Dr.S.M.Deshmukh Generation of Electricity by utilizing Carbon Dioxide
3 Prof .Dr.D.T.Ingole Railway Track Guage Variation & Obstacle detection System
4 Prof .Dr.D.T.Ingole Intelligent Collision Avoidance Protocol for Vehicles
5 Prof. Dr.S.W Mohad Advanced vehicle Pollution Monitoring system with fuel level Detection
6 Prof. Dr.S.W.Mohad Adavnced Two wheeler Monitoring and Security System
7 Prof. Mrs.M.S.Joshi Railway Accident   Prevention System
8 Prof. Mrs.J.N.Ingole Women Security Assistance System with GPS Tracking & Messaging System
9 Prof.Mrs.J.NIngole Automated Books Picking in Library
10 Prof. V.U.Kale Voice Controlled Home Automation
11 Prof. V.U.Kale Automatic Identification Of Traffic rules violtion with Penalty Deduction Facility
12 Prof. V.R.Raut Robotic Development of peronal health Care Assistant: EPOCH
13  Prof.Dr.C.N.Deshmukh Auto Power Supply Control From four Different Source:  Solar Main Generation Inverter
14  Prof.Dr.C.N.Deshmukh Classification & Identification of Leaf Disease affectivity Agriculture Crop in Vidarbha Region Vidarbha region using Image Processing
15 Prof. P.V.Ingole Land Mine Detector
16 Prof. P.V.Ingole Car to Car Communication To Avoid Collision
17 Prof.Mrs.A.P.Deshmukh Smart Transportation with Wi-fi Vehicular Communication
18 Prof.Mrs.A.P.Deshmukh Fake Currency Detector Using UV light & Raspberry Pi
19 Prof.B.P.Fuladi Driver Assistance  with vehicle health monitoring system
20 Prof.B.P.Fuladi Reward Based Bottle Collection System
21 Prof.N.S.Thakare Electronics Appliances control using Android
22 Prof.N.S.Thakare Intelligent helmet  with smart security system
23 Prof.R.G.Hirulkar Solar Operated seed sowing robot using RF
24 Prof.R.G.Hirulkar Adaptive Front Light System
25 Prof.A.R.Pathare Safety Tool For Underground Sewage Workers
26 Prof.Mrs.N.P.Dhole Smart Meter Reading Through Zigbee Technology
27 Prof.Mrs.S.S.Tantarpale Automatic Anesthesia Injector
28 Prof.A.P.Chaudhary Automatic Power Saving System for classroom
29 Prof.A.P.Chaudhary Digital Approach for soil testing in modern agriculture
30 Prof.R.A.Wakode 8*8*8* LED cube using Arduino
31 Prof.M.K.Shriwas Digital Notice Board Using GSM
32 Prof.M.V.Tiwari Home Automation & Security Using Raspberry pi
33 Prof.V.J.Babrekar Hybrid Solar Wind Power Generator
34 Prof.M.M.Soni IOT Based Garbage Monitoring & Pollution control  system
35 Prof.Y.N.Thakare Design & Analysis of Low Power scalable D-RAM
36 Prof.Y.N.Thakare A Smart environmental monitoring system using IOT
37 Prof.A.I.Rokade Automated Irrigation & Farm security  using Non-Conventional energy
38 Prof.G.D.Patil Smart Security System
39 Prof.K.S.Belsare Touch Screen Locator Based on Arduino
40 Prof.P.R.Narkhade Automatic Railway Gate  Monitoring & Control
41 Prof.G.G.Patil Digital vehicle Parameter Data Recorder
42 Prof.A.S.Mahore Smart water Management system
43 Prof.A.S.Utane Vehicle & Driver Monitoring System
44 Prof.S.K.Lattad Over dam Protection System Using Smart Alert Processor
45 Prof.A.S.Utane Intelligent Parking and Speed Control
46 Prof.S.K.Lattad Poultry Farm Management using Firebird V
47 Prof.S.A.Nirmal Logistic Management using Swarm Robotics
48 Prof.S.A.Nirmal Smart Attendance   System Using Real Time Face Recognition System
49 Prof.A.S.Pataharkar Accident Cause Detection System
50 Prof.A.B.Dembhare Automatic Student Attendance System By Using RFID & IOT

 Projects during AY 2015-16


Sr. No. Guided by Project Title
1 Dr. S.M.Deshmukh Automation in Braille Teaching SHIKSHA
2 Prof. V. U. Kale Automated Cleaning Robot
3 Prof. V. R. Raut Smart helmet for two wheelers.
4 Prof. V. R. Raut Creating a library for sensor using Wipro's UTLP
5 Prof.Mrs.J.N.Ingole Electronics Notice Board using GSM technology.
6 Prof.Mrs.J.N.Ingole Coin based mobile charger using solar system.
7 Dr. S.W.Mohod Zigbee based wireless Alerting system for Coal Miners
8 Dr. S.W.Mohod Implementation of Digital Image Processing based wireless gesture controlled robotic Arm
9 Prof.S.V.Pattalwar TALK- An innovative AAC device for the people having developmental disabilities.
10 Prof.S.V.Pattalwar Automatic Saline Flow rate monitoring and controlling system
11 Prof.C.N.Deshmukh Automated rationing for public distribution system.
12 Prof.Mrs.A.P.Deshmukh Fingerprint Based ignition system for Car
13 Prof.R.G.Hirulkar Vehicle misfuelling security system
14 Prof.R.G.Hirulkar Encoding And Decoding of secret message in an Image.
15 Prof.B.P.Fuladi Agriculture Field monitoring using Wireless Sensor Networking & IOT
16 Prof.B.P.Fuladi Add-On board for UTLP kit Frisbee-Pi
17 Prof.S.A.Nirmal Wireless hand gesture controlled robot using X-bee module
18 Prof.S.A.Nirmal Real-time Automatic Blackboard Eraser using embedded systems
19 Prof.A.B.Dembhare Note to Coin Exchanger with Fake Note Detection
20 Prof.A.R.Pathare RFID based Automatic tolltax collection system to bring transparency in toll collection.
21 Prof.A.R.Pathare Virtual Mouse
22 Prof.A.S.Utane Accelerometer based wireless gesture controlled robot
23 Prof. A.S. Patharkar Security system for motorcycle with value added features.
24 Prof.Ms.M.M.Soni Design and analysis of ternary SRAM cell
25 Prof. S. S. Kukade Electronic toll collection system using magnetic strip card.
26 Prof.Y.N.Thakare Automatic Side stand controller.
27 Prof.S.G. Kavitkar Portable Device for Women's security
28 Prof.V. J. Babrekar Arduino based automatic solar radiation tracker.
29 Prof.M.K.Shriwas Smart Energy Meter
30 Prof.S.K.Latad Farm Automation and Security
31 Prof.G.G.Patil Wireless Anouncement system based on PIC microcontroller and RF modem.
32 Prof.G.G.Patil Automatic parking management system and fee collection based on number plate recognition

ME Projects


Sr No. Guided By Name of the ME Project 2014-15
1 Prof. A.P.Bodkhe Design & implementation of different approach for human & vehicle tracking.
2 Prof.Dr.S.M.Deshmukh Design of model based neuro-muscular blocked control system.
3 Prof.Dr.S.M.Deshmukh Classification of Rock Image using textural analysis.
4 Prof.Dr.S.W.Mohod Implementation of a wireless gesture controled robotic arm.
5 Prof.Dr.S.W.Mohod Artificial Neural network based advanced Face & Non-Face recognition system.
6 Prof.V.U.Kale Systematic approach of Knuckle system implementation for human identification.
7 Prof.V.U.Kale Incremental conductance algorithm base MPPT using PIC micro-controller.
8 Prof. S.V.Pattalwar Design & implementation of Random Image Slicer with stegnography.
9 Prof. S.V.Pattalwar Analysis of classical image processing based techniques for edge detection of Angiogram Images.
10 Prof.Mrs.J.N.Ingole Power efficient SRAM based on 6T cell using 0.18 Um technology.
11 Prof.C.N.Deshmukh Wavelet based finger printing scheme of video communication.
12 Prof.C.N.Deshmukh Development of face recognition system.
13 Prof.C.N.Deshmukh Beam forming for MIMO – OFDM wireless system.
14 Prof.N.N.Khalsa Character revealing handwritting analysis based on support vector machine.
15 Prof.A.B.Dembhare Authentication of secret data using video and audio stegnography with wireless transmission.

MOU

1 KPIT Technologies, Pune
2 Institute of Satellite Telecommunication (ISTC) Pvt. Ltd. Pune
3 Copper Track Industry, MIDC Ambad, Nashik- 422 010.
4 Paranomous, Nagpur
5 Brijalal Biyani Junior And Senior Science College, Amravati
6 MITCON Consultancy & Engineering Services Ltd., VIMCO Complex, Gadge nagar, Amravati-444 603.
7 Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Pune.
8 Scientech Technology Pvt. Ltd., Pune
9 Inditech Systems, Sinhgad Road, Pune-411 041

 


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There is large employment potential for Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering graduates in all sectors of industry. ENTC graduates have numerous career opportunities in areas like Electronics Industry, Communication industry, Software Industries, an Research Sector. In private sector, they can work in top firms like KPIT, TCS, IBM India, CapGemini, Congnizant, Infosys, Sunstar Micro Systems, ISTC, Reliance Power, Pompeii Tech., Amazon etc.

In Government sector they can operate in some of the reputed firms like NTPC, ONGC, BEL, ISRO, Banking Sector, Communication Industry like BSNL, MTNL etc. They have a good career scope abroad too where they can work in reputed companies like Seagate Technology, LSI Industries Inc., AMD, HP, Reliance Communication, Google, Yahoo, Philips, Samsung, Videocon etc.


 

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering graduates can seek opportunities to work in profiles like

  • Electronics – designing of ICs and embedded systems
  • Telecommunications – mobile phones, radio, TV and satellite communications
  • Data communications – PCs, tablets and cashpoints
  • Scientific research – acoustics, optics, physics and nanotechnology
  • Medical instruments – clinical and laboratory equipment
  • Image processing – medical diagnosis, satellite imaging
  • Defence – electronics, communications, navigation and weapons systems
  • Aerospace – avionics, radar, navigation and communication systems
  • Manufacturing – programmable logic controls (PLCs) and industrial machinery

Following Activities are conducted by the department for the Job Awareness & placements-

  • Industrial Training/ internship
  • Guest Lecture & Seminar by Expertise
  • Group Discussion / Role Play Session
  • Resume Writing Session
  • Email Writing Session
  • Personal Interview
  • Technical Interview
  • Team Work Activity
  • Aptitude Tests
  • Technical Tests
  • Technical Training on VLSI & Embedded, satellite, C, C++, Python etc
  • Practice Session for Oral Communication & Public Speaking
  • Industrial Visits

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