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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING - Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA)
Electronics engineering is a discipline that make engineers design and test circuits that use the electromagnetic properties of electrical components such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, and transistors to achieve a particular functionality.
In designing an integrated circuit, electronics engineers first construct circuit schematics that specify the electrical components and describe the interconnections between them. When completed, VLSI engineers convert the schematics into actual layouts, which map the layers of various conductor and semiconductor materials needed to construct the circuit.
To be recognised as a centre of excellence in the field of Electronics engineering where learners are nurtured in a scholarly environment to evolve into competent professionals to benefit society
- Evolve a curriculum which emphasizes on strong engineering fundamentals with the flexibility to choose advanced courses of interest and gain exposure to tools and techniques in Electronics Engineering.
- Encourage a teaching-learning process in which highly competent faculty share a symbiotic association with the institutes of repute.
- Facilitate creation and dissemination of Electronics engineering knowledge through a digitally-enabled learning environment.
- Develop academic and infrastructural facilities with modern equipment and other learning resources and encourage reciprocal sharing with other institutes through networking.
- Establish a centre of excellence to enhance academia – Electronics industry partnership and work on collaborative projects for benefit of society.
- To enable the students to apply Electronics Engineering knowledge to design technically sound systems, adapt to new technologies through lifelong learning and excel in their career.
- To inculcate research and development ability and enable the students to analyze real life problems in diverse domains to become entrepreneurs.
- To make the students understand human, social, ethical and environmental context of their profession and contribute positively to the needs of individuals and society.
- Ability to understand fundamentals of electronics engineering, Very Large Scale Integrated Circuits, Signal Processing, Embedded and Communication System and their application in solving real world problems.
- Ability to solve complex Electronics Engineering problems, using latest technology, to produce cost effective solutions.
- Apply knowledge of Electronics Engineering to assess societal, environmental, health and safety issues with professional ethics and work in diverse teams as an individual or a leader to manage different projects for life-long learning.
- Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
- Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
- Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate considerations for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
- Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice
- Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
- 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
- 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 in multidisciplinary environments.
- Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in the independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Under Graduate – 120
Under Graduate – Direct Second Year (Second Shift) – 60
Dr. Anjali Deshpande
Professor and Head of the Department
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronics Engineering is an ever evolving field that has benefitted the progress of man and society. In the 21st century, electronics industry has made a tremendous impact on our lives. Electronic gadgets have become an integral part of our lifestyle. In fact we begin our day with some electronic gadget and end the day with it. In today’s fast-changing world, a new generation of electronics engineers needs to be developed to provide environment friendly solutions to the challenges faced due to limited resources. The department has a dedicated faculty to develop all round electronics engineering graduates with highly professional and ethical values. The department has well equipped laboratories where students can perform experiments and work on real life problems. We welcome prospective students who are willing to contribute to the ever growing technology.
Department of Electronics Engineering - Faculty Profile
|Dr. Anjali Deshpande||Professor||B.E.(Electronics & Power)||M.E.(Control System)||Ph.D. (Systems & Control)||24||-||1.5|
|Prof. Shrikant Velankar||Professor||B.E.(Electronics Engineering)||M.E.(Electronics Engineering)||Ph.D. Pursuing (Electronics)||16||15||2|
|Dr. Sangeeta Joshi||Professor||B.E. (Instrumentation)||M.E. (Instrumentation)||Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering)||30||-||21|
|Dr. Arun Chavan||Professor||B.E. (Electronics Engineering)||M.E. (Biomedical Engineering)||Ph.D.(Signal Processing)||27||-||4|
|Prof. Pravin Annadate||Associate Professor||B.E. (Electrical )||M.E. (Electrical )||Ph.D. Pursuing (Signal and System Applications)||28||1||-|
|Dr. Swati Sinha||Associate Professor||B.E. (Electronics & Communication)||M.E. (Electronics & Communication)||Ph.D.(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)||11||3||4|
|Prof. Girish Gidaye||Associate Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.E.(Electronics)||Ph.D. Pursuing (Signal Processing)||20||-||-|
|Prof. Uma Jaishankar||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electrical)||M.E. (Biomedical)||-||22||-||-|
|Prof. Pranita Padhye||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||M.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||
|Prof. Javed Patel||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics)||M.E. Pursuing (Electronics and Telecommunications)||-||19||6||-|
|Prof. Shraddha Panbude||Assistant Professor||B.Tech. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||M.Tech. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||Ph.D. Pursuing (Communication)||15||-||-|
|Prof. Amaya Pethe||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.S.(Electronics)||-||18||6||-|
|Prof. Rakshak Sood||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||-||13||-||-|
|Prof. Sheetal Patil||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.E.(Electronics)||Ph.D. Pursuing (Speech Signal Processing)||14||-||-|
|Prof. Akhil Masurkar||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.E.(Electronics)||Ph.D. Pursuing (Machine Learning in IOT Applications)||9||-||-|
|Prof. Manoj Suryavanshi||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication)||-||8.5||-||-|
|Prof. Nayana Mahajan||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electrical)||M.Tech. (Electrical-IDC)||Ph.D. Pursuing (Drives and control system)||15||-||-|
|Prof. Anuradha Joshi||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.Tech. (Embedded System Electronics)||-||9||3||-|
|Prof. Poonam Shah||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Instrumentation & Control)||M.E.(Electronics)||-||5.5||6||-|
|Prof. Sunil Kavatkar||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics)||M.Tech. (Electronics)||-||5.5||1||-|
|Prof. Nisy Mathew||Assistant Professor||B.Tech. (Electrical & Electronics Engineering)||M.Tech. (Power Electronics)||-||8.5||-||-|
|Prof. Rajashree Soman||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Instrumentation & Control)||M.E. (Biomedical Instrumentation)||-||5.5||0.5||-|
|Prof. Ulka Padwalkar||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication)||M.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication)||-||10||1||-|
|Prof. Akshatha Bhat||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)||M.Tech. (VLSI and Embedded System)||-||3||1.5||-|
|Prof. Vivek Patkar||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Biomedical)||M.E.(Electronics)||-||2||-||-|
|Prof. Savio Moraes||Assistant Professor||B.E.(Electronics)||M.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication)||-||26||-||-|
|Prof. Preeti Kharas||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||M.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)||-||2.5||-||-|
|Prof.Abhishek Pandey||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics & Communication)||M.Tech. (Control System)||-||2.5||-||2|
|Prof. Rasika S.Ransing||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics & Communication)||M.E. (Electronics & Communication)||-||2.5||-||-|
|Prof. Sayli Todkari||Assistant Professor||B.E. (Electronics & Communication)||M.E. (Electronics & Communication)||-||2.5||-||-|
This Laboratory designed to conduct practical sessions for Computer Organization and Architecture, Microprocessors, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers related subjects.
Unique featuresExperiments are selected to test the assembly language programming skills of the students.
Major InstrumentsTrainer kit: Universal Programmer 6062, AD/DA temp. Cont., XPO - ST / DC, I/O Relay, Scan Tech, XPO- 51 & 85, CLASSIK 8086 kit, XPO – 85 kit With TECH COM keyboard, Universal Kit 8086, Function Generator, power supply, CRO(02), Desktop PC, Keil, Proteus, TASM (32 bit and 16 bit), MPLAB, Java, MP tools (IC Burner), Flash Magic, Eagle
Embedded System Laboratory
ScopeThis laboratory serves the practical sessions for Microcontrollers and Embedded Programming, and Embedded Systems Design.
Unique featuresProvide hands-on experience with developing, debugging, and simulating an embedded system.
Major InstrumentsUniversal Kit, 8051 / ARM / PIC Trainer kit, EST-89c51 RD2, Daughter Board for 89c51RD2 (TK 51 RD2 - D), ARM (TKARM 7 - D), PIC 18F4520 (TKPIC), Module for Intel 8051 (TKUP- 51), Daughter Board for FPGA 3S400 (TK3 Sxx – D), UV EPROM ERASER, SMD rework station, TK DAC/ADC, Intelligent Universal Programmer STPMTR, TRAFKIA, DC MOTOR, Desktop PCs, Keil, Proteus, Turbo C++ (TC), TASM (32 bit & 16 bit), MPLAB, Java, MPtools (IC Burner), Flash Magic, Eagle
Electronic Circuits Laboratory
ScopeThis laboratory provides the basic knowledge of various electronic devices, components and electronic circuits. The Laboratory covers all the experiments related to various facts of using semiconductor devices in electronic circuits.
Unique featuresUse of P-Spice and Multisim used for circuit simulation
Major InstrumentsTektronix: Spectrum Analyser, Digital Storage Oscilloscope Colour 100MHz, 60 MHz, and 25 MHz, CRO, Single and dual power supply, Function Generator, Trainer Kit: Delta, ADAP, and Sigma, MOD/DEMOD, FDM, Data formatting and reformatting Kit, Data conditioning and re- conditioning kit, 8 Bit Variable Data Generator, Desktop Computer , Matlab, Multisim, Circuit Maker
ScopeThis laboratory aims to provide the basics of communication and digital communication.
Unique featuresTo provide remote-access to laboratories in various disciplines
Major InstrumentsTektronix Digital Storage Oscilloscope colour 100MHz, 60 MHz and 25 MHz, CRO, Dual and single power supply, Function Generator, 9 IN 1 Test Bench, AM and FM Transmitter and receiver kit, PAM, PPM, PWM Trainer Kit, Sampling and Reconstruction kit, TDM Pulse Amplitude MOD / DEMOD, Pulse Code Modulation/Demodulation Kit Watch Video
Digital Design Laboratory
ScopeThis lab provides logic level implementation of different digital circuit such as counters, shift registers, and sequential circuits as state machines.
Unique featuresDigital circuit simulations, DSCH3 software and design of digital circuits on FPGA using VHDL
Major InstrumentsLogic Trainer Kits, Analog and Digital trainer kit, Regulated Power Supply, VTU Protoboard Model-MXS3FK VTU, ADM TKB Base Universal (3/3E), Adapter for FPGA (SMPS), Model-ADP208-F2S, Trainer kit: SP3 DSP Model: MXS3FK-VTU REV:003, Universal VTU Model:MXS3FK-VTU, MTE universal Baseboard FPGA device Model: MXUK-MB MTE Digital IC Tester Model Nikki-DIGI-II Xilinx ISE 9.2i
VLSI Design Laboratory
ScopeThis laboratory the following processes such as simulating the fabrications of ICs and creating stick and layout diagrams for ICs is carried out.
Unique featuresSimulation of ICs using Microwind and Magic and to design and plot the static (VTC) and dynamic characteristics of a digital CMOS ICs and also design FPGA based embedded system design
Major InstrumentsThe VLSI laboratory equipped with adequate resources and necessary modern fabrication tools such as Microwind, Magic, and simulation tools like NgSpice and frontend development Xilinx ISE , FPGA and CPLD development / trainer kits Keys for Micro-wind Software Desktop, Multisim, Microwind, 3 Xilinx ISE 9.2i, Ng Spice
Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
ScopeThe laboratory caters to all electrical engineering subjects such as BEE, Electrical machines, Control Systems and Instrumentation Systems.
Unique featuresExperiments are designed on basic electrical components like resistors inductors and capacitors to load test on 3 phase induction motors
Major InstrumentsDC Power Supply (9 in 1 Test Lab), CRO (15), DSO, Regulated Power Supply (0-32V DC/2amp), LCR-Q-Meter Dimmerstat, 5A, 3PH, 415V, 3KVA, Transformer 230/110v, 1KVA, DC Shunt Motor 3HP DC Series Motor 5HP 3phase rotor-slip ring induction motor and accessories for loading and torque measurements, High Voltage DC Power Supply (15-300V), Function Generator 2 MHz and 10 MHz, Digital Multimeter, Milli Ammeters, Micro Ammeters, Ammeters, Wattmeters, AC and DC Voltmeter, Tachometer
Power Electronics Laboratory
ScopeThe laboratory is designed to perform experiments on power electronics and drives.
Unique featuresExperiments and projects are designed on basic power electronics circuits like converters, inverters and choppers and MATLAB Simulink simulations for advanced power electronics systems.
Major InstrumentsCRO, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, DC Power Supply (32V/2amp & 30V/3amp), Dimmerstat High Voltage DC Power Supply (15-300V), Function Generator (2, 10 MHz ), DMM, Trainer Kits: IGBT, MOSFET, SCR, DIAC / TRIAC Characteristics, Light Dimmer ckt., Semi Controlled Bridge Rectifier ckt., Thyrister Trigger, SCR Force Commutation, SMPS, Parallel Inverter, Universal Motor Speed Controller Using SCR, IGBT Power MOSFET, Controlled Rectifier Using SCR, Latching and Holding Current of SCR, Static Characteristics of SCR, Milli ammeters, Micro ammeters, Ammeters Wattmeters, AC and DC Voltmeter, Tachometer
Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory
ScopeThe Laboratory covers all the experiments related to various facts of using semiconductor devices in electronic circuits.
Unique featuresVisualization of the basic concepts of Electronic Devices and Circuits-I are done in a better way using simulations
Major InstrumentsAPLAB Digital Storage Oscilloscope Colour 60 and 25 MHz, CRO, Function Generator, Dual and single power supply, Trainer Kit: LCR Q-Meter SCR, MOSFET, UJT, UJT Relaxation Oscillator IGBT
Guest lectures and Industry Visits-Guest Lectures:-
- Guest Lecture on “ASIC Verification Need, Design Methodologies and Challenges” for V semester by Dr. Surendra Rathod on August 10, 2018.
- Guest Lecture on “Communication Interface in Embedded System (I2C)” for final year students by Mr. Shirish Joshi on 28/09/2018.
- Guest lecture on “Advances in Instrumentation” for second year students by Mr. Shishir Gupta (L&T) on 10 Oct 2018.
- Guest lecture on “Micro- and Nano-fabrication of novel solid state detectors” for final year students by Dr. Achanta Venu Gopalfrom TIFR Mumbai on 26/07/2018.
- Guest lecture on “Applications of Digital Circuit Design” for Second year students by Mr. Prathmesh Pokale from L&T Defence on 19th July 2018
- Guest lecture on “Routing Protocols” for final year students by Yogesh Hudale on 1st August 2018.
- Guest lecture on “Application of Power Electronics and Drives” for final year students, by Mr. Ramchandra Bhosale on 7th July 2018.
- Guest Lecture on “Recent Trends and Market View on Medical Imaging Industry” for third year students, by Mr. Netra Risal on 9th October 2018
- Visit to Automation Exhibition Center, Goregaon East on 01 September 2018 with 15 final year students.
- Industrial Visit on “ASIC Verification – Need, Design Methodologies and Challenges” to SPIT on August 10, 2018
- Visit to Nanofabrication Facility at IITB on 29th September 2018 with 52 BE Biomedical and ETRX, students and Prof. Geetha Narayanan, Prof. Neelam Punjabi, Prof. Akshata Bhatt, Prof. Kavitha Viswanathan.