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Achievements

  • Winner in Robowar competition at I.I.T. – Bombay’s Techfest
  • Winner in Robowar competition at L. R. Tiwari College, Mira road
  • 2nd Runner up in Robowar competition at VIT College, Pune
  • Winner of Best Mechanical Project at Saintgits College, Kerala
  • Supported and initiated a Start-up for manufacturing microprocessors
Overview of Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineers pioneered modern technological miracles such as the telegraph, the radio, the telephone and the television.
Through the magic of transistors, capacitors, resistors, diodes and inductors, Electronics Engineers gave birth to the bullet train, the microwave, the digital calculator, the battery and the printer.
The field of Electronics Engineering is ever-evolving. Advances in Electronics Engineering fuel R&D in many other Engineering disciplines such as Telecommunications, Instrumentation & Computers.

Overview of Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering (ExTC)

Electronics & Telecommunications Engineers bring live 24×7 TV to our homes. ExTC engineers run our GSM/CDMA networks, leased lines and satellite communications that provides the communication infrastructure to modem business, media and governmental operations.

Course Overview

Our four-year full-time course culminates in a Mumbai University B.E. degree in Electronics and Electronics & Telecommunications  (ExTC)  engineering.
Our course aims are producing competent Electronics and  Electronics & Telecommunications Engineers who are not only experts in the field of Electronics and  Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering but also competent in the other fields that are essential requirements for being a good Electronics and Electronics & Telecommunications Engineer.

We carry out many activities such as National level paper presentation and National Level Project exhibition cum poster presentation, we have formed IETE ISF Chapter which helps in resourcing expert lectures and workshops.  Expert le lectures in the areas of Design of Antenna, Electromagnetic compatibility & interphase.

Faculty overview

Our faculty are qualified, professionally experienced and have excellent visibility of the trends in the field of Electronics and Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering.

Our faculty have well-rounded knowledge and experience in imparting knowledge, not only in the core discipline of Electronics and Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering but also related disciplines and sub disciplines such as Broadcast Engineering, Fiber Optics, Electromagnetic, Electronic Media, etc.

Our faculty engage in inter-disciplinary research, present papers and publish books frequently, thus expanding their academic horizons. They are also adept at using lab and workshop equipment.

WORKSHOPS

Basic Automation

A one week workshop on ‘Basic Automation’ was designed by the internal faculty members with detail scheduling for lectures and practicals. The experiment setup was developed in-house. The experiment write-ups and additional informative reading material was compiled for the participants. This workshop was conducted for second year students.

Digital Signal Processing

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is the numerical manipulation of signals, usually with the intention to measure, filter, produce or compress continuous analog signals. It is very useful for all Electronics students. It was conducted by Mr. Shirishkumar Joshi, Director ADM.

Very-Large-Scale Integration

Very-Large-Scale Integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an Integrated Circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. VLSI began in the 1970s, when complex semi-conductor and communication technologies were being developed. It was conducted by Mr. Shirishkumar Joshi, Director, ADM.

Android

As smart-phone revolution is on full swing, android is a platform worth a mention. It is one of the largest operating systems witnessing countless number of apps today. Android application development has thus emerged as promising solutions to power up the businesses. With this intension, so as to alert our students’ attention towards the scope and future opportunities in the field of Android, our college had organized a two day workshop on “Android Application and Development.”
This workshop mainly focused on how to use Android OS for building your own Android Application. Only the basic knowledge of programming is required for Android App Development, you do not have to be a geek for it! The workshop started from the basics like designing layouts and building complex layouts and eventually ended up with a session on ‘How to Build Apps?’

GUEST LECTURES

Signal & System

Signal is a time varying physical phenomenon which is intended to convey information. System is a device or combination of devices, which can operate on signals and produces corresponding response. Input to a system is called as excitation and output from it is called as response. It is very useful for EXTC and ETRX students which was conducted by Dr. Satyanarayana, Scientist, TIFR.

Microwave

Prof. Sailendra Shastri, TCET delivered a lecture on Microwave Engineering pertains to the study and design of microwave circuits, components and systems. Fundamental principles are applied to analysis, design and measurement techniques in this field. The short wavelengths involved in the lecture, distinguished this discipline from Electronic Engineering. This is because there are different interactions with circuits, transmissions and propagation characteristics at microwave frequencies.

Embedded System

Mr. Abhay Phansikar, Corporate Strategy & Technology Consultant conducted a lecture on embedded system. He also share his knowledge on some of the systems developed by him, viz. Mission Critical Military Grade Systems, Air Traffic Controller Simulator, Radar Tracking Systems, and Health-care ERP & Portals.

Other lectures

Guest sessions form an integral part of engineering studies which nourish student engineers with latest know-how in various fields. Experts from academia and industry need to interact with students for mutual benefits, thus creating a lively ecosystem of knowledge sharing and creativity. Hence considering the same, stalwarts from the industry
invited were:
• Topic: Latex by Prof. Ajinkya Valanjoo, VES COE
• Topic: Antenna Design by Dr. Uday Pandit, SFIT
• Topic: Hazards Of Cellphone Tower Radiation by Dr. Girish Kumar, IIT Bombay
• Topic: Innovation and Entrepreneurship development by Prof. Kiran Talele, SPIT
• Topic: Basics of Antenna and Modern Information Technology for Enterprises by Dr. S. S. Thakur.
• Topic: Computer Communication Network by Dr. Saurabh Mehta
• Topic: Principles of Control Systems by Prof. Manjiri Gogate
• Topic: Advanced Instrumentation Systems by Dr. Saurav Mitra

INDUSTRIAL VISITS

To provide insight on the chapters being taught and to help students gain practical knowledge, our college conducted several Industrial visits, viz.

  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
  • Rajendra Electronics
  • E.G. Pharmaceutical
  • IIT Bombay
  • CopperTrack
  • Vardhman Polytex