Introduction

Department of Electronics Engineering has healthy administration, robust infrastructure and enthusiastic team of faculty and non-teaching technical and supportive Staff. Highly meritorious students get admitted to this programme, not only from Maharashtra, but from all over India.

In addition to essential electronic subjects, software based subjects are also included in the curriculum which makes this course suitable for electronics and many IT industries.

Department offers one under graduate course - B.E (Electronics Engg.) and one post graduate course - M.E (Electronics and Communication Engg.). The department outfits the increasing needs of technical wisdom in all associated areas of electronics engineering such as Microelectronics, Communication, Control and Instrumentation, power electronics, Microcontrollers, Signal and Image Processing etc. . There are around 12 well equipped laboratories which includes a PG lab exclusively meant for the research. This lab is Linux based and has many research equipment such as Mentor graphics, spectrum analyzer, digital storage oscilloscopes, high frequency counter, antenna trainer kit, Combiscopes, pneumatic trainer kit etc. These laboratories are monitored and maintained by skilled and experienced staff. 


Department has an independent library with 1500 text books and Journals with open access for students.

Department frequently organizes guest lectures by leading industrialist and technologist’s to keep the students in tune with the latest technological developments. Innovation, Paper Presentation Contest and Project Competitions are held to bring out the latest technical and organizational skills of the students. Industrial trainings are regularly arranged to expose the students to the industrial environment.

Programme Outcomes

 A. Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Graduates will able to –

  1. To equip graduates with a strong foundation in engineering sciences and Electronics Engineering fundamentals to become effective collaborators, researchers and real-time problem solver with technical competencies.
  2. Perceive the limitation and impact of engineering solutions in social, legal, environmental, economical and multidisciplinary contexts.
  3. Excel in Industry/technical profession, higher studies, and entrepreneurship exhibiting global competitiveness.

B. Program Outcomes
Engineering Graduate will be able to –

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2.  Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriateconsideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive 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 multidisciplinary environments.
  12.  Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

C. Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  1.  Apply basic knowledge related to Electronic Circuits, Embedded & wireless communication Systems and Signal Processing to solve engineering/ societal problems in the field of Electronics Engineering.
  2. Recognize and adapt to technical developments and to engage in lifelong learning and develop consciousness for professional, social, legal and ethical responsibilities. 
  3. Excellent adaptability to the changing industrial and real world requirements.

Career opportunities

The activities of civil engineers provide them with opportunities in a variety of locations from city centres to remote construction sites. Employment pportunities are available in various State and Central Government and Semi-Government departments, viz., P.W.D., irrigation, environment, railways, municipal or local bodies, corporation etc. and private sectors (like design, consultancy and construction firms). There is ample scope for self-employment. With a large outlay in government sector and a matching outlay in private sector, there will be adequate employment opportunities for civil engineers for years to come. There is a consistent and continuous demand for civil engineers.

Department Information

Department Electronics
Dept Location Main Building, 2nd floor
Established year 1983
Head of Department Prof. SHAH V K
Phone no. 02382-221255
Email Id vks_007@rediffmail.com
UG Prog Name Electronics Engineering
UG Prog Intake 60
PG Prog Name Electronics & Communication Engineering (M.Tech.)
PG prog Intake 18
Reasearch Prog -
Total Classroom 4
Total Labs 12
Faculty Student ratio 1:15
Total Prof 0
Total Associate Prof 5
Total Assistant Prof 7
Total Faculty 12
Supporting Tech Staff 4
Supporting Non Tech. Staff 2

Faculty

Faculty  

(Permanent:09    Adhoc/Other:01     Total:10)

     Name Prof. KILLARIKAR S S
Designation Asso. Prof. (HOD)
Qualification ME (EC)
Teaching Experience 29 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address killarikarss@gmail.com
Area of Specialization Digital Electronics.                                                                                                                                                   

     Name Dr. HALHALLI S R
Designation Asso. Prof.
Qualification Ph.D.
Teaching Experience 32 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address srhalhalli@gmail.com
Area of Specialization Communication Engg.                                                                                                                                          

     Name Prof. SHAH V K
Designation Asso. Prof.
Qualification M.TECH (EC)
Teaching Experience 30 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address vks_007@rediffmail.com
Area of Specialization Electronics Device & Electromagnetic.                                                                                                                   

     Name Prof. Bale V.S.
Designation Asso. Prof.
Qualification ME (E & TC)
Teaching Experience 29 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address veerbale68@gmail.com                                                                                                                               
Area of Specialization Signal Processing.                                                                                                                                                    

     Name Prof. SOLAPURKAR U B
Designation Asst. Prof.
Qualification ME (EC)
Teaching Experience 30 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address solapurkarub@rediffmail.com
Area of Specialization Signal Processing.                                                                                                                                                       

     Name Prof. HATTE J S
Designation Asst. Prof.
Qualification M.TECH (Comm. System)
Teaching Experience 17 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address jyotihatte.patil@gmail.com
Area of Specialization Comm. Embedded system.                                                                                                                                            

     Name Prof. Dr. MUDDA S S
Designation Asst. Prof.
Qualification M.TECH (Comm.) PhD.
Teaching Experience 21 Years
Industry Experience -
Email Address rachu1982@gmail.com
Area of Specialization Communication.                                                                                                                                                               

     Name Prof. SHETKAR S S
Designation Asst. Prof.
Qualification M.TECH (EC)
Teaching Experience 17 Years
Industry Experience 1 Year
Email Address swati.shetkar@gmail.com
Area of Specialization Digital Image Processing.                                                                                                                                                

     Name Prof. KHANAPURE R P
Designation Asst. Prof.
Qualification M.TECH (DECE)
Teaching Experience 12 Years
Industry Experience 2 Years
Email Address ravi.khanapure@gmail.com
Area of Specialization Comm. Engg.                                                                                                                                                                 

 

Labortorary

Laboratory Details

1.Analog and Digital Communication

Room no. : 205 B

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. S. R. Halhalli

Work Area (Specialization): Analog and Digital Communication

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Digital Storage Oscilloscopes (G W INSTEK) 01
2 Oscilloscopes (G W INSTEK) 08
3 Signal Generator (APLAB,L & T) 08
4 AM / FM Generator 100KHz - 260 MHz 01
5 DC Power Supply 0-30 Volts, 2A (APLAB) 08
6 Analog Communication kits (SCIENTECH) 01
7 Computers P-IV 02
8 Digital Communication Kits (SCIENTECH) 01

2.Microwave Engineering and Fiber Optics Communication Laboratory

Room no. : 204 - A And 204- B

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. B. A. Patil

Work Area (Specialization): Microwave Engg. and Fiber Optics Communication

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Digital Storage Oscilloscopes (G W INSTEK) 01
2 Analog & Digital Storage Oscilloscopes 01
3 Microwave Bench 02
4 Microwave components 30
5 Fiber Optic Communication Kits 01
6 Computers P-IV 02

3.Power Electronics Laboratory

Room no. : 205-A

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. U. B. Solapurkar

Work Area (Specialization): Power Electronics

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Power Analyzer 01
2 Poweroscope 15 MHz 01
3 True RMS DMM 08
4 Power Factor Meter 08
5 Wattmeter 08
6 DC Motor 01
7 DC Chopper Controller 01
8 AC Tachogenerator 01
9 Induction Motor Drives 01
10 4 Quadrant Chopper Drives(POWERCON) 01
11 Stator Voltage Controller 01
12 Resonant Converter 01

4.Basic Electronics and Electronic Design Laboratory

Room no. : 207-A,And 207 B

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. V. K. Shah

Work Area (Specialization): Basic Electronic Devices and Electronic Circuit Design

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 CRO (G W INSTEK) 08
2 Function generator (APLAB) 08
3 Power Supply (SCIENTECH ,APLAB) 08
4 DMM (MECO) 16
5 Universal Programmer 01
6 P-4 machines 08
7 HP Printer 01
8 PCB Manufacturing Equipments 01 Set
9 DSO(G W INSTEK) 01

5.Post Graduate Laboratory

Room no. : 209-A

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. V. S Bale

Work Area (Specialization): MATLAB Fundamentals and Programming Techniques, Major Project of Post Graduate students

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 DSO 100 MHz 04
2 60MHz Oscilloscope 31
3 MATLAB Simulink 01
4 CASPOC Power circuit Simulator 132
5 NG Spice 23 12
6 MENTOR GRAPHICS TOOLS 01

6.VLSI Design and Embedded System Laboratory

Room no. : 207-B

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. S. S. Shetkar

Work Area (Specialization): VLSI

List of equipment’s (VLSI)

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Computer with operating system LINUX (Redhat) 20
2 Laser Printer Cannon 01
3 CPLD, FPGA Training Kit 06

List of equipment’s :( Embedded System)

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Pentium-IV machines (Window OS) 20
2 ARM 7 LPC 2148 Development kits 09
3 ARM9 Evaluation board 5154-624 03

7.Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

Room no. : 202-A

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. A. K. Tamboli

Work Area (Specialization): Microcontroller Applications

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 In-circuit emulator 04
2 Pentium IV Machines 20
3 C-Cross compiler 01
4 Software- KEIL MicroVision 3, Turbo C-C++ 20

8.Instrumentation and Control Laboratory

Room no. : 206-A

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. S. S Mudda

Work Area (Specialization): Digital Electronics

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 PLC Trainer kit 01
2 Water level controller 01
3 Elevator set up 01
4 Pressure transducer 01
5 Vibration meter 01
6 PID controller 01
7 Electro pneumatic trainer kit 01
8 Air compressor 01

9.Electronics Measurement and Network Laboratory

Room no. : 206-B

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. S. S. Killarikar

Work Area (Specialization): Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Equipment 01
2 Spectrum Analyzer 01
3 Digital Storage Oscilloscope 01
4 R.F. Signal Generator 01
5 Mediscope 01
6 Defibrillator Trainer Kit 01
7 PC based ECG Machine 01

10.Digital Electronics Laboratory

Room no. : 205-B

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: R. P. Khanapure

Work Area (Specialization): Digital Electronics

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Power Supply 08
2 CRO 10
3 Signal Generator 07
4 Audio Gen.low dist. 01
5 Logic Analyser 01

11.Soft Computing Laboratory

Room no. : 203

Area: 400 sq. ft.

Laboratory In-charge: Prof. R. O Sudke

Work Area (Specialization): Data Structures & Algorithm

List of equipment’s

Sr. Name of Equipment Quantity
1 Computer- Pentium-IV, 2.66GHz, 512MB RAM, 80GB HDD, Color Monitor(LG) 20
2 DSP-Kit- TMS320C6713 Floating point Processor, 200MHz(GDP) 12
3 Software– MATLAB 20

Activities

Activities carried out in EESA:

  1. Engineer Day
  2. Aptitude Test (Weekly)
  3. Group Discussion
  4. Debate Competition.
  5. Project Exicibution
  6. Poster Presentation
  7. Paper Presentation
  8. Model Making.

Achievements

Achievements

2015 Pass out Toppers B.E. (EC)

Sr. Name   %
1 PALLOD NEHA K. 1271/1500 84.73
2 SHAIKH SAMEER M. 1217/1500 81.13
3 GAVANDGAVE MADHUSHREE D 1196/1500 79.73

List of Rooms

Sr. Room No. Specification of Room No.
1 201 Electronics Department Library
2 202 Electronics Department Microprocessor & VLSI Lab.
3 203 Electronics Department Soft Computing Lab.
4 204 Electronics Department Communication Lab.
5 205 Electronics Department Digital & Power Electronics Lab.
6 206 Electronics Department Control & Instrumentation Lab.
7 207 Electronics Department Electronics Circuit Lab.
8 208 IT Dept. Library / Seminar Hall / Faculty Cabin
9 209 FE Computer Lab.
10 210 Electronics Seminar Hall
11 211 Function Hall
12 212 Electronics HOD
13 213 Academic Cell
14 214 BE (EC)
15 215 TE (EC)
16 216 SE (EC)
17 217 FE (D)
18 218 FE (A)
19 219 FE (B)
20 220 Mathematic Department
21 221 Training & Placement Department
22 222 Mech. Dept. MM&M Lab./ ACS Lab./ EM Lab. / TOM Lab.
23 223 Mech. Dept. CAD-CAM Lab.
24 224 FE (C)