Department of Electronics & Telecommunication
The Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering was established in the year 1999 with the intake of 60 students at Under Graduate level which later on increased to 120 students in 2004, 133 students in 2007 and 180 students in 2017 by AICTE. The Post Graduate level Program with specialization in Communication was approved with intake of 18 students in year 2008, which later on increased to 36 students in 2011. Another Post Graduate level Program with specialization in VLSI Design was approved with intake of 18 students in year 2008.
Dr. Jaspal Bagga (Message by HOD)
Almost everything that surrounds us has direct link to Electronics, from the very computers we use whether it be laptops, netbooks or notebooks which has millions of tiny electronic components on it like resistors, inductors, capacitors, logic gates and the likes to the calculators, appliances, gizmos, measuring devices, and gadgets to name just a few. Electronics truly molded our lives we have today, for without it, we might as well grimacing in the shackles of underdevelopment and stagnant society where progress is hardly felt as if we are in an isolated islands. Electronics is the barometer of how far humans have gone through if we use the advancement in technology as a yardstick of progress. The dawn of the new wave of the future is bound to fascinate the world once again, the microchips which houses thousands to several millions of semiconductor components that makes our computers do their functions and features is expected to undergo major transformation in the near future. The nano-technology, IoT’s, SoCs and many other advanced technologies will soon sweep the world and will soon break barriers between possible and impossible.
To be a centre of quality electronics engineering education for the benefit of the mankind.
To impart knowledge in the field of electronics and its related areas with a focus on developing the required competencies and virtues to meet the requirement of the society.
- Prepare effective and responsible graduate engineers for global requirements by providing quality education.
- Upgrade existing labs of department and establishing Center of Excellence in various fields.
- To promote problem based learning in the department to meet requirements of industries.
- To strengthen sponsored Research Projects in collaboration with AICTE and DST.
- To motivate more faculties to Doctoral Program
- 15 well configured PCs (Dual core, 1GB with latest CentOS installed)
- Latest Xilinx® Spartan®6 Trainer boards
- Latest ARM 7 trainer board and handheld devices
- TK base trainer board with detachable daughter boards
- ARM, 8051, and TMS320 DSP Daughter boards
- Active HDL software (VLSI Frontend software)
- Zeni-EDA & Mentor Graphics Tools (VLSI Backend software)
- Hexware cross compiler for microcontroller’s programming
- Mathcad & Matlab Software
- 24 Hrs internet facility (Wired + WiFi)
Program Outcomes (POs)
|1||Engineering knowledge||An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.|
|2||Conduct investigations of complex problems||An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.|
|3||Design/development of solutions||An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.|
|4||Individual and team work||An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.|
|5||Problem analysis||An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.|
|6||The engineer and society||Apply knowledge of contemporary issues to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice|
|7||Environment and sustainability||AThe broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal.|
|8||Ethics||An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.|
|9||Individual and team work:||An ability to effectively work as a team member and function on multidisciplinary teams.|
|10||Communication||An ability to communicate complex engineering concepts within the profession and with society at large. Such ability includes reading, writing, speaking and listening, and the ability to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, and to give and effectively respond to clear instructions.|
|11||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 interdisciplinary environments.|
|12||Life-long learning||Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.|
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
|1||To prepare students to compete for a successful career in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering profession through global education standards.|
|2||To enable the students to skillfully apply their acquired knowledge in basic sciences and mathematics in solving Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems.|
|3||To produce skillful graduates to analyze, design and develop a system/component/ process for the required needs under the realistic constraints.|
|4||To train the students to approach ethically any multidisciplinary engineering challenges with economic, environmental and social contexts.|
|5||To create an awareness among the students about the need for life long learning to succeed in their professional career as Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers.|
List of Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)
|1||Ability to analyze, design and synthesize electronic based circuits.|
|2||Ability to use modern simulation and modeling techniques.|
|3||Knowledge of current professional, societal and global issues, and commitment to continuous improvement|
|1||Priya Laxmi Rai||HACKATHON2.0||SSTC junwani bhilai||Selected under Top 10|
|2||Mohd Altamash||IoT Internship||East Delhi, Noida||Project in process|
|3||Priya laxmi rani||IEEE smart solutions for smart cities||G H Raisoni College Of Engineering Nagpur||Participated|
|4||Ayushi Dufare||HACKATHON 2.0||SSTC junwani bhilai||Participated|
|5||Jaideep Tiwari||Smart India Hackthon 2018||Coimbatore||Winner|
|6||Jyoti Jaipal||Smart India Hackthon 2018||Coimbatore||Winner|
|7||K.Kartik||Smart India Hackthon 2018||Coimbatore||Winner|
|S.N.||Department||Name of Laboratory||Carpet Area (in sq meters)||Major Equipments Available||Purpose|
|1||Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering||Basic Electronics Lab||114.96||Power supply, Function generator, CRO, BE Trainer kits||For analysis and verification of characteristics of Basic Electronic Devices like Diode, BJTs, FETs, etc. Third Semester students of ET&T, EEE, IT and CSE branch are utilizing the lab.|
|2||Analog Electronics Circuit Lab||114.96||Power supply, Function generator, CRO, AEC Trainer kits||For analysis of Analog circuits. Fourth Semester students of ET&T, EEE, and IT branch are utilizing the lab.|
|3||Advanced Electronic Circuits Lab||101.60||CRO, Function generator, Dual Power supply, AEC Trainer Kit.||For analysis and synthesis of Active and Passive Filters. Sixth Semester students of ET&T branch are utilizing the lab.|
|4||Linear Integrated Circuit Application||101.60||CRO, Function generator, Dual Power supply, LICA Trainer Kit||For studying of operational amplifier circuits and its applications. Fifth Semester students of ET&T and EEE branch are utilizing the lab.|
|5||Electronic Workshop and Project Lab||101.60||Power supply, Function generator, CRO, PCB drilling, Etching, Oven, Film making, DIP coating machines, PCs (Dual core, 1GB)||For Study of components and PCB designing techniques with various equipments for transformer windings and PCB etching, drilling. Third Semester and Final Year students of ET&T and EEE branch are utilizing the lab.|
|6||Digital Electronics Lab||69.00||Function generator, power supply, CRO, Trainer kits, DEC trainer kits||For analysis and verification of logic gates such as AND, OR, XOR, etc., and ADDER, MUX, etc., through
Third Semester students of ET&T and Forth Semester EEE branch are utilizing the lab.
|7||Computer Simulation and Computer Programming Lab||65.67||Ed WIN XP, Mathcad & Matlab Software, PCs (Dual core, 1GB)||To simulate Analog and Digital circuits on computers. To study Computer Languages (C,C++) and other tolls such as EdWinXP, MathCad, Matlab, VisSim etc.,|
|8||Microcontroller & Embedded System Lab||66.00||Microcontroller Kits with Cross Compiler + DSP Kits (TMS 320)||To study and program microcontrollers along with interfacings. Seventh Semester students of ET&T and EEE branch are utilizing the lab.|
|9||Microprocessor & Interfaces Lab||101.60||8085 & 8086 trainer kits, PCs (Dual core, 1GB)||To study and program basic microprocessors like 8085, 8086 along with interfacings. Fifth and Sixth Semester students ET&T and EEE branch are utilizing the lab.|
|10||VLSI Lab||66.00||Xilinx (VLSI Front End Tool), Zeni EDA ( VLSI Back End Tool), Vissim, FPGA & CPLD Development Board, PCs (Dual core, 1GB)||Designing of Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits using Zeni EDA software for backend and Xilinx for frontend. Spartan III and XC9572 CPLD are used for testing. Sixth Semester students ET&T branch are utilizing the lab.|
|11||Industrial Instrumentation Lab||69.00||Function generator, power supply, CRO, Trainer kits||For analysis of various sensors and transducers. Third Semester students ET&T branch are utilizing the lab.|
|12||Microwave Communication Lab||68.93||CRO, DSO, Function generator, optical & Microwave trainer kit||For studying Microwave components and their applications. Seventh Semester students ET&T branch are utilizing the lab|
|13||Communication System Lab (I & II)||114.96||CRO, DSO, Spectrum analyzer, Communication trainer kit, FALCON advance trainer kit||For learning various Analog and Digital Communication techniques. Fourth and Fifth and Sixth Semester students ET&T and EEE branch are utilizing the lab.|
|14||Optical Communication Lab||68.93||CRO, DSO, Function generator, optical & Microwave trainer kit||For studying Optical Communication link. Eighth Semester students ET&T branch are utilizing the lab|
|15||Advanced Microprocessor Lab||75.2||8086 trainer kits, PCs (Dual core, 1GB)||To study and program basic microprocessors like 8086 along with interfacings. First Semester students of ET&T branch are utilizing the lab|
|16||Research Lab||69.00||15 well configured PCs (Dual core, 1GB with latest CentOS installed), Latest Xilinx® Spartan®6 Trainer boards||Latest ARM 7 trainer board and handheld devices, TK base trainer board with detachable daughter boards ARM, 8051, and TMS320 DSP Daughter boards and many more.|
Contact DepartmentDepartment of Electronics & Telecommunication
Phone No: 0788-2291605/607/608 Ext: 314