Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Department at a Glance
With the explosion of electronic media, telecom industry has become one of the fast growing sectors in every corner of the world. This field plays a major role in our day to day life and its technology has helped us to see, hear and communicate over vast distances. In this era of information and communication, more digitally enhanced communication devices like mobiles, internet and satellites are paving way to expansion for the wider reach of communication technology. As a result, there is a great demand for trained professionals in this industry and hence the importance of Telecommunication Engineering.
To be nationally recognized for excellence in education in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
To impart value based technical education by maintaining mutual respect and imbibing culture of research, innovation and team work.
Program Outcomes (PO)
Students graduating from Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering must demonstrate:
1.An ability to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering
2.An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data, in the areas of Digital Design, Microprocessor, VLSI, Communication System and Digital Signal Processing.
3.An ability to design electronic circuits and VLSI components to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety.
4.An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
5.An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
6.An ability to understand the professional and ethical responsibility.
7.An ability to Communicate effectively.
8.An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.
9.A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
10.An ability to solve contemporary issues.
11.An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
Programme specific outcomes (PSOs)
PSO1:Ability to analyze, formulate, synthesize data and technical concepts to solve real life problems.
PSO2:Ability to apply knowledge and skills for diverse domains with creativity, commitment and social consciousness.
PSO3:To explore multidisciplinary fields and professional capabilities to approach local and global needs.
PSO4:To prepare students to use modern tools effectively to solve real life problems.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1: Apply technical expertise in their professional career for contemporary problem solving in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
PEO2: Respond to the growing and changing needs of society through lifelong learning.
PEO3: Demonstrate leadership, commitment and maintain ethics in professional career.
PEO4: Demonstrate effective communication skills and the ability to work efficiently at individual level and as part of a team
|Sr.No.||Name of Faculty||Department||Designation||Experience|
|1||Prof. Tushar S. Malpekar||Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering||HOD & Assistant Professor||9 Years|
|2||Prof. Prapti D. Pednekar||Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering||Assistant Professor||8 Years|
|3||Prof. Padmashree Mayyanwar||Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering||Assistant Professor||6 Years|
|4||Prof. Mansi U. Upanekar||Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering||Assistant Professor||2 Years|
|5||Prof. Janki S. Pawaskar||Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering||Assistant Professor||3 Years|
|6||Prof.Swapnil Sawant||Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering||Assistant Professor||3 Years|
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Second Year Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering Syllabus
Third Year Electronics & Telecom. Engineering Engineering Syllabus
|Sr.No.||Name of Laboratory||Specifications|
|1||Analog Electronics Lab||This lab contains the instruments such as Analog IC Trainer Kit ,Wein bridge oscillator, Hay bridge oscillator ,Clipper-clamper circuit , DSO ,Function Generator ,Dual power supply.|
|2||Digital electronics Lab||This laboratory will enable the undergraduate students to learn the basic concepts and techniques in digital electronic circuits and systems. Derive basic logic gates, adder, and subtractor using universal gates. Illustrate realization of Boolean expression in SOP and POS form and design it using logic gates. Design and test combinational circuits. Design and develop sequential circuits|
|3||Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab||This laboratory will enable the undergraduate students to learn and develop and execute variety of assembly language programs of Intel 8086 including arithmetic and logical,sorting, searching, and string manipulation operations . also execute the assembly language programs for interfacing Intel 8086 with peripheral devices|
|4||Communication Lab||This lab focuses on understanding the fundamental concepts of signal flow in a digital communication system. Practical like 1. Implementation of Error Detection / Error Correction Techniques 2. Implementation of Stop and Wait Protocol and sliding window 3. Implementation and study of Goback-N and selective repeat protocols 4. Implementation of High Level Data Link Control 5. Implementation of IP Commands such as ping, Traceroute, nslookup. 6. Implementation of IP address configuration. are performed here|
|5||Software Lab||This laboratories are used to teach software programming skills and to undertake assignments on various software tools Software related to this Lab includes Cadence, IE3D, EMI Test, EM CAD, MATLAB, Proteus VSM, Quantic SI and Micro-wind Scilab|
|6||Basic electrical Engineering Lab||The Electrical Engineering laboratory is one of the important lab of the department as it helps the students of all engineering disciplines to perform the experiments based on basic concepts of electrical science. The objective of the Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory lab is to expose the students to the electrical circuits and give them experimental skill. The basic concepts of DC and AC (Single Phase and Three Phase Circuits ) network analysis, first order DC transients, steady state and phasor analysis of AC networks, series and parallel resonance and magnetic coupled circuits|