Coming to the 21st century and you find people using all kind of wireless devices to communicate. So, ever wondered how your 12.9mm catches the signals at the remotest areas. Well, it’s the work of telecommunication engineers. Telecommunication is not limited to mobile communication as we are connecting every possible device with internet. Every possible device in offices/home connected via internet and controlled by the mobile in your hand, is the scenario of trending new world. Sky is the limit for E&TC engineers now. Employment opportunities for Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering are growing exponentially and so are entrepreneurship opportunities. The list of employees includes the companies from telecommunication industry, core electronics industry as well as IT industry.
Latest revised curriculum designed for Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, focusses on meeting the requirements of above-mentioned industries. The revised curriculum pursues academic excellence as well as imbibe professional and research attitude in students.
Particular attention has been given to enhance the programming skill sets of the students to cater the needs of IT industry as well. Well-equipped laboratories and experienced faculty members in the department paves a way to provide excellent teaching learning environment. Apart from the academic development of the students, department also concentrates on imbibing the life skills and personality development of the students by providing various platforms. These extra-curricular activities are organized under students’ chapter ETSA. Sports competitions, Industrial visits, Engagement of people with Science and Technology, workshops, seminar, interaction with industry experts, department newsletter ENVOY, social awareness activities like tree plantation, visit of old homes and others are organized by ETSA. These activities help us to develop professional individuals with social awareness.
To be a globally recognized department, offering quality training to prepare Electronics and Telecommunication engineers for technological and social development of the nation.
1) Imparting quality technical education with excellent infrastructure and well qualified faculty members to meet needs of profession and society.
2) To provide an environment to develop and nurture academic excellence through projects, assignments and skill development workshops.
3) To motivate and guide the students for research activities, higher education and entrepreneurship development.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO):
1) To prepare graduates for successful career in Electronics & Telecommunication and allied fields.
2) To prepare the graduates for their career aspirations towards higher studies in Engineering and Management.
3) To prepare the graduates to become successful Entrepreneurs.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSO):
Program Outcomes (PO):
BTech (E&TC) Graduate will be able to
1) Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering fundamentals to solve Electronics and Telecommunication engineering problems.
2) Identify, formulate and analyze complex Electronics and Telecommunication engineering problems.
3) Design systems, components and processes in the field of Electronics and Telecommunications that conform to the given specifications and cost constraints
4) Configure, apply test conditions and evaluate outcomes of experimental Electronics and Telecommunication systems
5) Select and use appropriate modern engineering tool for design and analysis in Electronics and Telecommunication, with an understanding of the constraints.
6) Work cooperatively, respectfully, creatively and responsibly as a member of a team
7) Communicate effectively using verbal, written and graphical skills.
8) Have awareness of societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and understand responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practices.
9) Understand the norms of expected behavior in engineering practice and their underlying ethical foundations.
10) Have awareness of environmental concerns and their importance in developing sustainable Electronics and Telecommunication engineering solutions.
11) Apply Engineering and Management principles for project work, as an individual or in a team.
12) Acquire and apply required information Independently as a process of life – long learning.
|1.||Dr. Shruti K. Oza||HOD, Professor||PhD VLSIemail@example.com|
|2.||Dr. Rajesh B. Ghongade||Professor||PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3.||Dr. P. S. Deshpande||Associate Professor||PhDemail@example.com|
|4.||Dr. S. B. Jadhav||Associate Professor||PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5.||Dr. A. Prabhakar||Professor||M.Tech PhDemail@example.com|
|6.||Dr. Vinod Hanmant Patil||Assistant Professor||M.Tech PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|7.||Mr. Sudhir Bussa||Assistant Professor||M.Techemail@example.com|
|8.||Mrs. Amruta Bajirao Patil||Assistant Professor||M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|9.||Mr. Prasad Dhondiram Kadam||Assistant Professor||M.Tech PhD email@example.com|
|10.||Mr. Deepak Kumar Ray||Assistant Professor||M.Efirstname.lastname@example.org|
|11.||Mrs. Pooja Vikrant Deshmukh||Assistant Professor||M.Techemail@example.com|
|12.||Dr. Sudhir Adhikrao Kadam||Assistant Professor||M.Tech PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|13.||Mr. Chetan Sambhajirao More||Assistant Professor||M.Techemail@example.com|
|14.||Mrs. Namita Kalyan Shinde||Assistant Professor||M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|15.||Dr. Swapnil S. Thorat||Assistant Professor||M.Tech PhDemail@example.com|
|16.||Mrs. Mane Snehal C||Assistant Professor||M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|17.||Ms. Aarti Abasaheb Sawant||Assistant Professor||M.Techemail@example.com|
|18.||Ms. Payal Sanjay Kadam||Assistant Professor||M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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