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Electronics and Telecommunication engineering [UG] course started in 1993. The department is well established and having well qualified and experienced staff members.

The students learn mainly about the characteristics and operation of various electronic components like diodes, transistor, BJT, FET, MoSFET, UJT, Op-Amp, thyristor, Various Digital and AnalogICs etc. Also they learn about PCB design and troubleshooting is various electronic systems like T.V, industrial Controllers, and Microprocessor etc.

They learn about the programming Assembly level languages in Microprocessor and Microcontrollers, which are in more demand due the compact embedded systems. They also learn about the technologies of the 21st century like Mobile Communication, Wireless Network, Satellite Communication, Computer Communication Network, Microwave Engg. etc. They also learn about the different antennas and the towers installation as well the fixed and wireless communication switching centers installation and their setup. They even study about Robotics and Industrial automation, Control and Measurement.

Every year we are organizing Industrial visits, Technical seminars and Technical festivals (Robotics, Paper presentation, LAN gaming, Hardware design etc.) to upgrade knowledge of students and staff members. Department is also motivating and sponsoring our staff members and students for attending workshops and seminars to various Institutes. Also department is sponsoring the staff members for higher studies and research work. Every year we are organizing farewell, alumni meet, sports and cultural functions. Students of our department are doing their project in house & various industries. Our students score very good RANK in Mumbai University exams and no. of students placed in MNC's. Also no. of students getting scholarships from various trusts. Department having very good co-ordination between students and staff members.

Vision :
 

 

  • To create Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers equipped with employable skills.

 

Mission :
 

 

  • To provide the environment to improve technical skills.
  • To encourage the students for collaborative and multidisciplinary activities.
  • To equip the students with engineering proficiency which enables them to work in ethical & professional manner.

 

 

Program Educational Objectives :
 

 

 

  • To design, analyze & synthesize electronic & communication circuits to choose the career path in electronics & Telecommunication field.
  • To demonstrate the personal growth by successfully pursuing higher education.
  • To empower the engineers with the knowledge of management, teamwork, soft skills & ethics through internship & projects

 

 

Program Specific Outcomes :
 

Graduates will be able to:

  • Designing & Problem Identification - Graduate will able to design a electronics &communication system; synthesize & analyze it towards finding the solution.
  • Electronics &Telecommunication knowledge - Graduate will apply the knowledge of Electronics, Communication & Networking towards the betterment of society.

 

Career Opportunities :
 

Electronics & Telecommunication graduates are employed in Electricity Boards/Utility companies and large industries as engineers and managers, responsible for installation, maintenance, operation of electronic equipments and systems like T.V, Mobile, and Satellite etc.

Industries manufacturing large electronic machines and equipments employ engineers in design, production and testing. Educational Institutions and Research establishments recruit electronics and telecommunication engineers as faculty and scientists.

The Electronics and telecommunication engineering degree program prepares the graduates to enter a dynamic and rapidly changing field with career opportunities in Telecommunication field in mobile operation, satellite communication, Integrated circuits, Robotics and Control. The demand for electronics engineers is increasing rapidly and there by they are in great demand to meet the requirements. Electronics and Telecommunication engineers are mainly employed in industries manufacturing electronic components, mobile and fixed telephone, internet and accessories, research and development department which work in energy saving devices and systems.

Head Of Department

 

Electronics and Telecommunication engineering [UG] course started in 1993. The department is well established and having well qualified and experienced staff members. Prof.Patil V. P. is the Head of the Department.

EXTC-HOD

Mr. Patil V. P. (VICE-PRINCIPAL & HOD EXTC )
B.E,M.E. in EXTC

Every year we are organizing Industrial visits, Technical seminars and Technical festivals (Robotics, Paper presentation, LAN gaming, Hardware design etc.) to upgrade knowledge of students and staff members. Department is also motivating and sponsoring our staff members and students for attending workshops and seminars to various Institutes. Also department is sponsoring the staff members for higher studies and research work. Every year we are organizing farewell, alumni meet, sports and cultural functions. Students of our department are doing their project in house & various industries. Our students score very good RANK in Mumbai University exams and no. of students placed in MNC's. Also no. of students getting scholarships from various trusts. Department having very good co-ordination between students and staff members.

About Electronics and Telecommunication Course:
 

The students learn mainly about the characteristics and operation of various electronic components like diodes, transistor, BJT, FET, MoSFET, UJT, Op-Amp, thyristor, Various Digital and AnalogICs etc. Also they learn about PCB design and troubleshooting is various electronic systems like T.V, industrial Controllers, and Microprocessor etc.

They learn about the programming Assembly level languages in Microprocessor and Microcontrollers, which are in more demand due the compact embedded systems. They also learn about the technologies of the 21st century like Mobile Communication, Wireless Network, Satellite Communication, Computer Communication Network, Microwave Engg. etc. They also learn about the different antennas and the towers installation as well the fixed and wireless communication switching centers installation and their setup. They even study about Robotics and Industrial automation, Control and Measurement.

Career Opportunities :
 

Electronics & Telecommunication graduates are employed in Electricity Boards/Utility companies and large industries as engineers and managers, responsible for installation, maintenance, operation of electronic equipments and systems like T.V, Mobile, and Satellite etc.

Industries manufacturing large electronic machines and equipments employ engineers in design, production and testing. Educational Institutions and Research establishments recruit electronics and telecommunication engineers as faculty and scientists.

The Electronics and telecommunication engineering degree program prepares the graduates to enter a dynamic and rapidly changing field with career opportunities in Telecommunication field in mobile operation, satellite communication, Integrated circuits, Robotics and Control. The demand for electronics engineers is increasing rapidly and there by they are in great demand to meet the requirements. Electronics and Telecommunication engineers are mainly employed in industries manufacturing electronic components, mobile and fixed telephone, internet and accessories, research and development department which work in energy saving devices and systems.

Course Details

 

 

SECOND YEAR ENGINEERING(R-2019)
 
Sr. No. SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV
1 Applied Mathematics-III Applied Mathematics IV
2 Electronic Devices and Circuits I Microcontrollers
3 Digital System Design Linear Integrated Circuits
4 Network Theory Signals & Systems
5 Electronic Instrumentation and Control System Principles of Communication Engineering
6 Electronic Devices and Circuits I Laboratory Microcontrollers Lab
7 Digital System Design Laboratory Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory
8 Electronic Instrumentation & Control Systems Lab Principles of Communication Engineering Laboratory
9 Skill Lab: C++ and Java Programming
Mini Project 1A
Skill Lab: Python Programming
Mini Project 1B


THIRD YEAR ENGINEERING (R-2016)
 
Sr. No. SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI
1 Microprocessor and Peripherals Interfacing Microcontroller And Applications
2 Digital Communication Computer Communication Network
3 Electromagnetic Engineering Antenna and Wave Propagation
4 Discrete Time Signal Processing Image Processing and Machine Vision
5 Department Level Optional Course I Department Level Optional Course II
6 Microprocessor and Peripherals Interfacing Lab Microcontroller And Applications Lab
7 Digital Communication Lab Computer Communication Network Lab
8 Business Communication and Ethics Lab Antenna and Wave Propagation Lab
9 Open Source Technology for Communication Lab Image Processing and Machine Vision Lab
10 Department Level Optional Lab I Department Level Optional Lab II


Third Year Engineering (R-2016)
 
Sr. No. Department Level Optional Course I Department Level Optional Course II
1 Microelectronics Digital VLSI Design
2 TV & Video Engineering Radar Engineering
3 Finite Automata Theory Database Management System
4 Data Compression & Encryption Audio Processing


FINAL YEAR ENGINEERING (R-2016)
 
Sr. No. SEMESTER-VII SEMESTER-VIII
1 Microwave Engineering Wireless Networks
2 Mobile Communication System RF Design
3 Optical Communication Department Level Optional Course IV
4 Department Level Optional Course III Institute Level Optional Course II
5 Institute Level Optional Course I RF Design Lab
6 LaboratoryMicrowave Engineering Lab Wireless Network Laboratory
7 Mobile Communication System Lab Department Level Optional Lab IV
8 Optical Communication Lab
Department Level Optional Course III
Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
Big Data Analytics
Internet Communication Engineering
CMOS Mixed Signal VLSI
Embedded System
Institute Level Optional Course I
Product Lifecycle Management
Reliability Engineering
Management Information System
Design of Experiments
Operation Research
Disaster Management and Mitigation Measures
Development Engineering
Cyber Security and Laws
Energy Audit and Management
9 Department Level Optional Lab III  
10 Project (Stage I)
Department Level Elective Course IV
Optical Networks
Advanced Digital Signal Processing
Satellite Communication
Network management in Telecommunication
Project(Stage II)
Institute Level Elective Course II
Project Management
Finance Management
Entrepreneurship Development and Management
Human Resource Management
Professional Ethics and CSR
Research Methodology
IPR and Patenting
Digital Business Management
Environmental Management

 

Event

 
Industrial visit to "Sage Automation"
 

Date: Monday, 1st April 2019.
Third year and final year students of EXTC dept. SIGCE, on 01/04/2019 Industrial visit is considered as one of the practical methods of teaching. The main reason behind this- it gives the opportunity to the student to know things practically through interaction, working methods, and employment practices. Through the industrial visit, students get awareness about new technologies. Technology development is the main factor, about which a student should have good knowledge. The visit to Sage automation gave students an insight to know new areas of automation industry where EXTC student can work. In the automation industry where PLC, SCADA are used for automation, there is a need of a person who can understand the health of the network and communication system.



INDUSTRIAL VISIT (2017-18)
 

Visit at:- Doordarshan Kendra, Worli
Date: Thursday, 15th March 2018.
Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Engineering, Ghansoli, Navi Mumbai, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering had organized industrial visit at Doordarshan Kendra, Worli, Mumbai. Total 27 students of third year with two teachers' in-charge namely Mrs. Sandhya Tanpure and Mr. Umakant Gohatre on 15th March were presents.

TEACHERS DAY CELEBRATION (SEPTEMBER2018)
 

The event was commenced by arrival of students, teachers and professors of all branches, Vice Principal Prof. V. P. Patil, Principal Dr. Sunil S. Chavan, Trusty Member Mr. Sunil Jadhav and Mrs. Sharmishtha Jadhav. The teacher’s day celebration was also a propitious day to felicitate our Alumnus, Mrs. Tusharika Sinha Banerjee on receiving Bharat Shiksha Ratna award.

The event was enlightened by a warm speech, listing out all the achievements and awards received by our alumnus and a speech filled with nostalgia for both, Mrs. Tusharika and all the teachers who taught her and describing her as a student throughout her academics, as well as the sincerity in her work. Then the stage was open for Mrs Tusharika to thank all her teachers and professors for inviting her and with her speech she motivated the students present to bring a spark of innovation in each and every one of them. She even conducted a question-answer series for few minutes encouraging students to think beyond the theoretical knowledge. The event was enjoyed by all and the students, teachers and the staff. It was a proud day for teachers at our college and teachers all around.
An event on “Yoga & U “Your Daily life for Sustainable Happiness”
 

Thursday, 8th August, 2019 at Thane Belapur Industries Association, Navi Mumbai
Orientation Program for First Year engineering students (Aug 2019)
 

The Orientation Programme is designed to facilitate the academic, cultural and social adjustment of the first year commencing students. The programme activities are linked to the key strategic goals of the University, namely enhancing the Student Experience, developing excellence in learning and teaching, and encouraging participation of students from diverse cultural and social backgrounds
Teachers day celebration (Sep ,2019)
 

INDUSTRIAL VISIT –TELECOM FACTORY, CHEMBUR, NAVI MUMBAI (SEP 2019)
 
ALUMNI MEET –FEB-2020
 

Faculty

 
Sr. No. Name DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION EXPERIENCE
1 Mr. Patil V. P. Vice-Principal & HoD EXTC B.E., M.E. 32 Years
2 Mrs. Matey Sarika Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 17 Years
3 Mrs. Jadhav Revti Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 15 Years
4 Mr. Gote Dnyaneshwar Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 17 Years
5 Mrs. Bopalkar Sarita Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 14 Years
6 Mrs. Wadekar Smita Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 11 Years
7 Mrs. Aasha Kantekar Asst. professor BE.ME ELECT. 5 Years
8 Mr. Gohatre Umakant Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 7 Years
9 Mrs. Bhele Niranjana Asst. professor B.E., M.E. 11 Years
10 Mrs. Manisha Hatkar Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 12 years
11 Mr. Chetan Patil Asst. Professor B.E., M.E. 10 Years

Laboratories

 
1. Lab Name: Communication Engg. Lab
 

Lab In charge: Mr. D.D.Gote
Lab Assistant: Mrs. V. L. Borole
Details of Resources & Equipments:
Lab consist of all essential equipments, kits, components like bread boards, power supply, digital multimeter which are required for performing experiments. Lab also contains function generator, DSO, CRO, various types of antennas and kits. This lab is spacious and can accommodate 20 students at a time. The lab is fully equipped with advanced kits


2. Lab Name: Advance Communication Engg. Lab
 

Lab In charge: Mrs. Aasha Kantekar
Lab Assistant: Mrs. V. L. Borole
Details of Resources & Equipments:
Lab consist of all essential equipments, kits like fibre optic comnication , microwave engg, microwave integrated circuits , components like bread boards, power supply, digital multimeter which are required for performing experiments. Lab also contains spectrum analyzer, function generator, DSO, CRO, various types of antennas and kits. This lab is spacious and can accommodate 20 students at a time. The lab is fully equipped with advanced kits.


3. Lab Name: Electronics Circuit Lab
 

Lab In charge: RevtiJadhavMrs. Smita Wadekar
Lab Assistant: Mr. R. Pachpande
Details of Resources & Equipments:
Lab consist of all essential equipments, kits, components like bread boards, power supply, Digital Multimeter which are required for performing experiments. Lab also contains function generator, DSO, CRO, various types of antennas and kits. This lab is specious and can accommodate 30 students at a time. The lab is fully equipped with advanced kits


4. Lab Name: Digital Switching Circuit Lab
 

Lab In charge: Mr. Umakant Gohatre
Lab Assistant: Mr. R. Pachpande
Details of Resources & Equipments:
Lab consist of all essential equipments, kits, components such as LED's, transistors, diodes, digital ICs of various gates. All types of demonstration kits are available for verifying all types of experiments related to Digital Electronics. Also IC testers are available for testing the status of various ICs. Lab is spacious and can accommodate 20 students at a time.


5. Lab Name: Microprocessor/Project lab
 

Lab In charge: Mr. Rohidas Pachpande
Lab Assistant: Mrs. V. L. Borole
Details of Resources & Equipments:
This lab consists of various kits which are required for performing experiments of 8085 and 8086 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller. Latest configurations PC are available with internet connectivity and necessary software. This lab is spacious and can accommodate 20 students at a time .This lab also consists Designing and making of PCB Equipments.
(I). PC with Eagle Software (PCB Designing Software)
(II). PCB Coater cum photo resist dryer
(III). Both Side Exposure Machine
(IV). Easy Etcher
(V). PCB Drilling Machine
(VI). Different types of Chemicals for PCB making


6. Lab Name: Computer Communication Network Lab
 

Lab In charge: Mrs. Revti Jadhav
Lab Assistant: Mrs. V. L. Borole
Details of Resources & Equipments:
This lab consist of Advance PCs with latest configuration to support various experiments of Advance Communication Network. All the PCs available in networking for the purpose of conducting practicals on the advance technology i.e. Computer Communication Network, Mobile Communication, Digital Time Domain Signal Processing, Wireless Network, Image Processing. This Lab has facility of Wireless LAN, Blue tooth. This lab is spacious and can accommodate 20 students at a time.


7. Lab Name: Digital Image and Video Signal Processing Lab
 

Lab In charge: Mrs. Saita Bopalkar
Lab Assistant: Mrs. Varsha Borole
Details of Resources & Equipments:
This lab consist of Advance PCs with latest configuration to support various experiments of Advance Communication Network. All the PCs available in networking for the purpose of conducting practicals on the advance technology i.e. Computer Communication Network, Mobile Communication, Digital Time Domain Signal Processing, Wireless Network, Image Processing. This Lab has facility of Wireless LAN, Blue tooth. This lab is spacious and can accommodate 20 students at a time.

Workshop

 
Name of workshop: Introduction to the recent network softwares
Venue: Room no 413, EXTC department
Date: 01/03/2019; Time :11.30am to 1.00pm
 

Ms. Rishabhada (Network Engineer at Principal Global Services, Pune) has guided students on Networking. She has given a brief introduction to Networking. She has advised various software and Companies like Net130.com, CISCO, DSS- HIPPA,GITHUB, Nova solutions(reference video lecture). She had also spoken about a career in networking and what types of post are there in networking. She had also spoken about different types of admins in networking like Network admin, Windows admin and Linux admin, etc.

 



Name of workshop: Three days Workshop on Gesture Controlled Bot
 

Second year, Third year and final year students of EXTC dept. SIGCE, on 04/04/19, 05/04/19 & 08/04/19. This was an exhaustive hands-on training program on Robotics designed to meet the industry needs and provide students to learn real-world problems. This workshop provided the participant's knowledge and experience in the fast-growing field of Robotics. The program was a specific program to develop applications that we see and use in daily life, for eg a moving a vehicle by avoiding all the obstacles. The students were got to know the robot design based on left, right, up and down clockwise and anticlockwise position and temperature control. The session was very interesting and full of knowledge. The students were very happy to be part of this workshop. This workshop was conducted by Embedded Club in association with IETE chapter of EXTC Dept, SIGCE. The resource persons were from V-Link.

 





Name of workshop: A one day workshop on NS2
 

Third year and final year students of EXTC dept. SIGCE, on 03/04/2019 Network Simulator version 2 (NS-2) is a free and open source discrete event network simulator developed at UC Berkeley. It is useful in studying communication networks. It covers simulation of large wireless network scenario, traffic-pattern, and node-movement files and evaluation performances of various network protocols. This Workshop was aimed to provide an insight into the simulation of Computer Communication Network and d Wireless Network using NS-2. The workshop was conducted by Network Club in association with IETE chapter, of EXTC Dept of SIGCE. The resource person for this was Prof. Sulochana Bishnoi from St. Xaviers Institute of Technology, Mahim. The students were benefitted as they got the hands-on session from the installation of NS2 to the visual effect of packet transfer.

 




Name of workshop: PCB Layout Designing for SE and TE students
 







Name of workshop: Raspberry Pi and IoT
 

Smt. Indira Gandhi College of Engineering, Ghansoli, Navi Mumbai, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering had organized course on 'Raspberry Pi and IoT' in the Month of March, 2018. In this workshop total 26 students participated with four faculty incharges. Objective of this course was to introduce the students to the recent technology to build their project work in this area. The course duration was 35 hours which contains seminar, hands on practice etc.


A TALK BY ALUMNI –MR. KARAN
 

 


WINTER INTERNSHIP BY ENTECH –DEC 2019
 

 

WORKSHOP ON NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEM –SEP 2019.
 

 

WORKSHOP ON NETWORK ASSOCIATE and NETWORK SECURITY –OCT-2019
 

 

WORKSHOP ON QUAD QUAPTER AUG 2019
 

 

Workshop on "circuit Theory & Network"
 

This workshop is organized for the second year students EXTC Department. The workshop was based on syllabus of Circuit Theory and Network module -03 (Time & Frequency Domain Analysis). The simulation on the LTspice software is taken on the second half. The workshop duration was 8hours in which the student got the knowledge regarding the time and frequency domain.Student perform the calculation and solve the problem base on topics and clear the doubts. To conduct the workshop, the expert faculty coming from Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology, Nerul. Mrs. Vishakha Gaikwad (Assistant Professor). She is the well expert in Circuit Theory and Netwok .

HANDSON ON LTspice
 

 

WORKSHOP ON DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN. (OCT-2019)
 

Digital technology has become so widespread that computation-intensive tasks in digital systems can often be taken for granted. This course gives an overview of circuitry, logic and system design for understanding the impact of electrical and computer engineering solutions in a global, economic and societal context. Topics include: Clocks and synchronization, CMOS logic circuits, Combinational logic design, Control and data path partitioning, Finite state machines, Logic building blocks, idioms and structured design, Microcode control, Sequential logic and timing analysis.

On Embedded System Design (OCT-2019)
 

Embedded systems are self-contained control systems or computer systems designed for particular purpose with bare necessary peripherals needed to run it. In the contemporary world, billions of embedded system devices including telephones, automobiles, electronic appliances and other digital devices are working around us, round the clock.

It contains processor, memory, peripherals, and sensors etc. While general purpose systems are meant for multiple purposes, embedded systems are designed for specific ones. Embedded systems may not have generic interfaces in most of the cases. Even if they have, it will have a specific purpose such as displaying output, giving input etc. Since they are used for a single purpose, the cost of implementing it will be less. Most of the time, embedded systems are time-critical applications which are not possible in general purpose systems.

WORKSHOP ON - INTERNSHIP GUIDANCE)
 

In the month of October 2018, a seminar for internship guidance for students of S.E EXTC was organized by students of IETE-ISF committee. The Chairperson Ms. Hemangi Nale, Vice Chairperson Ms Rajani Gupta, Treasurer Jyoti Mandekar of IETE-ISF were present and were accompanied by Ms. Bhagyashree Sawant. Important topics and points to remember were covered by speaker Ms Hemangi. The personal experiences of all the internships done previously by members themselves were also shared by Ms. Rajani, Ms Jyoti and Ms Bhagyashree.

The important topics related to internship covered by the members were as follows:

Where to apply: The students were advised to apply for internship in companies related to EXTC. Students were also suggested to check the work profile of the applied post (trainee).

Whom to approach: To the staff members who are always happy to help the students regarding Internships and other doubts they may be having. With right approach and right queries students can be guided on a better path.

When to apply: the students were advised to apply for internships during their term break.

How to apply: the students were informed about the forms to be filled from college, signed and attested copies to be submitted in college and documents to be submitted at companies along with well written resumes. Fee Details: information regarding the procedure, duration and fee structure for internship at Doordarshan, DRDO, ITI limited, railways, Jio, AAI, BSNL, MTNL were shared.

THREE DAYS' WORKSHOP ON "GESTURE CONTROLLED BOT"
 

This workshop was conducted by Embedded Club in association with ISF on 04/04/19 , 05/04/19 & 08/04/19.The resource persons were from V-Link. Second year, third year and final year students attended this hands-on training program on Robotics designed to meet the industry needs and provide students to learn the real-world problems.

This workshop provided the participant with knowledge and experience in the fast-growing field of Robotics. This was a specific program to develop applications that we see and use in daily life, for e.g. a moving a vehicle by avoiding all the obstacles.

The students were able to understand the robot design based on left, right, up and down clockwise and anticlockwise position and temperature control. The session was very interesting and full of knowledge. The students were very happy to be part of this workshop.

WORKSHOP ON MICROPROCESSORS AND MICRO CONTROLLERS (EMBEDDED SYSTEM)- SEP-2019
 

Students of SE & TE EXTC attended workshop on embedded system conducted on 19th Aug 2019 by Mr.Anil choudhari & Mr. Shamsunder Vaishya under embedded club .

Mr. vaishya explained about importance of embedded system in electronics industry. Mr. choudhari gives overview of embedded programing and students implemented various project based on embedded system. The session was really informative and helpful to students.

WORKSHOP ON BASIC DESIGNING (IMAGE PROCESSING) – JAN 2019 BY MR. ANIL CHOUDHARY
 

From the beginning, Processing was designed as a first programming language. It was inspired by earlier languages like BASIC and Logo. The same elements taught in a beginning high school or university computer science class are taught through Processing, but with a different emphasis.

Processing is geared toward creating visual, interactive media, so the first programs start with drawing. Students new to programming find it incredibly satisfying to make something appear on their screen within moments of using the software. This motivating curriculum has proved successful for leading design, art, and architecture students into programming and for engaging the wider student body in general computer science classes.

Current Project

 
1. IOT Industry protection system using Arduino
2. Iot based home automation using voice control
3. Iot based waste monitoring system using Arduino
4. Virtual laser keyboard
5. Intelligent Traffic light system using image processing
6. Smart vehicle safety & security system using Arduino
7. Hoax Detection
8. Teaching aid for deaf and dumb people
9. Face recognition system for Academic Institute
10. Low cost hand glove for blind for obstacle detection
11. Super high frequency amplifier

Scope of EXTC

 

Electronics and Communication engineering is one of the most popular engineering branches out there. Among the Indian engineering aspirants, this particular discipline has been a popular choice for quite some time. With the evolution of the computer age, electronics & communication has transformed into a field that is inevitable, required by almost all the industries. Electronics is now part of our everyday life, from the mobile phones to televisions, computers and even the high-end advanced satellites that are helping us to lead a smooth life. Even electronics and communication engineering is the major driving force for the present day Information Technology revolution. Electronics and Communication Engineering has also penetrated into other areas like healthcare, instrumentation, and automation, remote sensing, signal processing etc. So students pursuing electronics and communication engineering have a lot of scope in varied industries.
Electronics and Communication Engineering graduates will have good scope even beyond 2020.

Some of the factors favouring ECE scenario: Growing convergence between hardware and software - this is something that electronics engineers have an edge in when compared to Computer grads.

Growing product companies in India. Once we have product companies emerging, electronic engineers are in demand - be it design or comprehensive testing.

Open source: One of the best things thats happening, undercurrent is open source community. When you have a great community to learn from and participate in, learning becomes enjoyable and fast on internet. You don't have to go to an top rated university to learn building a prototype of your product.

With increasing open sourcing and learning community online, learning costs reduce, which is an important factor for students in India. And hands on experience, on whatever little product you are developing are very important in progressing in engineering.

Career Options of Electronic & Communication Engineering
Multiple career paths are available within the realm of electronic communications engineering. Visit these links to get job descriptions and employment prospects for some of them .i.e Communications Engineer, Electronic Engineer, Electronic Communications Technician

How is the career outlook for ECE students?
ECE students can develop an exciting career in industries like consumer electronics manufacturing organization, Telecommunication & IT industries, Health care equipment manufacturing, Mobile communication (2G, 3G, and 4G), Internet technologies, Power Electronics, and other industries like steel, petroleum and chemical industry etc.

Graduates in Electronics Engineering also have lots of opportunities in Government and private companies in the areas of design, manufacture, installation, operation, and maintenance of electronics equipment and systems.
With the advent of latest technological innovations, new opportunities came into existence for electronics & communication engineers. The latest technologies include self-driving cars, autonomous drone logistics, robotics, automation in industries, smart energy systems etc.
But getting acquainted with these industries will not be easy as they demand engineers who are more hands-on with the latest technologies.

Clubs

 

IETE Students Forum

IETE - Institute for Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers is one of the non-profit organizations for electronics & Telecommunication Engineers. It works to helps the students as well as faculties on various technical aspects.

We have IETE Student chapter (ISF) since last 15 years. Various technical activities are conducted under this banner which has really become helpful to the students for their overall growth as an engineer. IETE student forum’s committee is formed through the elections among IETE members.ISF committee for academic year 2018-19 is as follows:

Departmental Clubs This is the new initiative taken by department under the guidance of Head of the Department & vice Principal Prof. V. P. Patil and the director Dr. Rajesh Kulkarni.

Technical clubs that are presently working are:

  • AI club,
  • Embedded Club,
  • IoT club,
  • Networking Club.

    Each Club has one Faculty coordinator, students’ coordinators, and alumna as a mentor.

    All the club coordinators conduct various technical activities under this club like, Seminars, hands on Workshops, Alumnae talk, and technical competitions. This has become as a tool for the students to work in their area of interest and to improve their soft skills too.

    AI club

    This club is coordinated by Mrs. SaritaBopalkar. Student coordinators HemangiNale ,Shamsundar Vaishya , Anil Choudhary, PrajaktaJadhav , SamikshaKanse , & Swati pandey. The mentor for the club is alumna Mr. PrafulGurav

    Embedded Club

    This club is coordinated by Mrs.SmitaWadekar

    Student coordinators VitthalDharne ,ShivamLonkar , MadhuriNikam, Shweta Gawali , Akash Mishra, Ansari Safdar

    The mentor for the club is alumna Mr. PranayDhuri

    IoT Club

    This club is coordinated by Mr. UmakantGohatre.

    Student coordinators YogeshJadhav, ChetanChavan, KautubhKolhe, NirmalSurana, NishaKamble, VarshaNipasale, TejasKamble, PrachiNalawade, GhoshitaGosavi, AniketGajre

    The mentor for the club is alumna Mr. PrafulGurav .

    Networking club

    This club is coordinated by Mrs. RevtiJadhav Student coordinators Rahul Soma, PawanYadav, Shankar Reddy, Prasad Pisharody ,Saurabh Yadav &KomalShinde .

    The mentor for the club is alumna Ms. RishabdaGamare.

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