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Course Introduction

The Electronics and Telecommunication Department of Modern Education Society's College of Engineering was established in 1999 with an intake of 60 students. The intake of students increased to 120 in 2011. The department has also started offering the Post-Graduation (PG) course M.E in Signal Processing since 2013.
The department is Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) an autonomous body funded by the University Grants Commission of Government of India with an 'A' grade. The department has a well-qualified and experienced faculty with 7 doctorate professors and 10 pursuing their PhD degrees. Faculty members of the department are not only engaged in cutting-edge technology research but are also very passionate about teaching. The faculty of the department is encouraged to upgrade their knowledge by encouraging students to attend courses, workshops and seminars and project competitions at state and national levels.
The department has a Center of Excellence in the field of Software Defined Radio in collaboration with Amitec India Pvt. Ltd. The institute has NI LabVIEW which consists of all sorts of sensors and a data acquisition module in collaboration with National Instruments. To make students ready for industry requirements the department has started offering 3 Honors programs from AY 2020-21 related to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Data Science and Internet of Things. Also, it has a Research and Development lab, where staff and students complete their research projects. The students do projects in collaboration with renowned industries like NCL, Bharat Electronics Ltd., Kirloskar Pneumatics Co Ltd, Silverline Electrical Pvt. Ltd., and Geometric Pvt. Ltd, etc.
Department offers sponsorship for BE in-house projects. The students of the department have been selected for post-graduation courses at various foreign universities. We are proud to declare that a few of our students have cleared the Civil Services Examination and are excelling in their careers. The students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities like ROBOCON- National level Competition, National level conference and ETSA activities. The students actively participate in NSS activities. The department also conducts workshops, guest lectures, and Industrial visits to enhance the technical knowledge of students.

Vision

To groom Motivated, Environment friendly, Self-esteemed, Creative and Oriented Electronics &Telecommunication Engineers.

Mission

To develop Industry Oriented Manpower to accept the challenges of Globalization by,

  1. M1: Imparting electronics and telecommunication knowledge through trained faculty in a conducive environment,
  2. M2: Creating awareness about the needs of electronics and telecommunication industries through alumni and Industry Institute interaction,
  3. M3: Encouraging students to think innovatively and introduce them to various research activities,
  4. M4: Grooming students in communication and interpersonal skills.

PEO's , PO's & CO's

Program Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives are established for the Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering:

  • PEO1: To prepare students with strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals to excel in their career.
  • PEO2: To prepare students for technological changes through domain knowledge and extend their skills across the range of disciplines.
  • PEO3: To prepare students for continuous professional and social development through soft skills and self-learning abilities.
Program Outcomes

The graduates of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering will have,

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • 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.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

  • Apply concepts and knowledge of mathematics, basic electronics engineering to various areas like Signal processing, Embedded Systems, VLSI, Communication engineering etc.
  • Design and analyse Electronic Engineering problem with given specification
  • Implement Electronic and Communication system using appropriate hardware and software tools, keeping in mind, its societal and environmental effect.

Dr. Mrs. P. P. Mane

Head of Department and Associate Professor,

Dr. Mrs. P. P. Mane

Office Ph: +91-20-26163831ext 3141

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of M.E.S. College of Engineering. The department has experienced and well-qualified faculty members, well-equipped laboratories such as Digital Signal Processing Laboratory, Communication, and Microwave Engineering Laboratory, VLSI Design Laboratory, Microprocessor Laboratory, Embedded System Design Laboratory, and Centre of Excellence in communication , due to their passion towards research and strong basic knowledge of the subject. The department has been continuously growing since its establishment with an aim of preparing the students to excel in the industry and be successful in higher studies.

Department has organized various co-curricular/extracurricular activities like debate, quiz, technical/non-technical events, circuit simulation etc. under the aegis of Electronics and telecommunication Students association (ETSA) and Astitva cultural group for the overall development of students.

We are committed to give our students an outcome based education through outcome based teaching and learning process which provides them an environment to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills as they advance through the programme. In addition to classroom teaching, the students are guided and motivated to implement practically the principles learned in classrooms through experimentations in the laboratories which help students gain confidence and become skilled engineering professionals.

Faculty List

Sr. No.NameDesignationProfile Link
Dr. Mrs. M. P. DaleAssociate Professor, Vice Principal
Dr. Mrs. P. P. ManeAssociate Professor, Head of Department
Dr. P. B. ChopadeAssociate Professor
Dr. P. N. KotaAssistant Professor
Prof. Ms. B. M. NaruteAssistant Professor
Prof. S. N. DharwadkarAssistant Professor
Dr. Mrs. K. S. TiwariAssociate Professor
Prof. Mrs. A. S. KulkarniAssistant Professor
Dr. Mrs. R. S. KadamAssistant Professor
Prof. S. S. PansareAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs. G. V. BombleAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs. N. MasoodAssistant Professor
Prof.Mrs.Y.M.AjgarAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs.U.D.DattasamjeAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs.M.M.DhanvijayAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs.P.M.BagulAssistant Professor
Prof. Ms.P.S.TondewadAssistant Professor
Prof. Ms. S.S. TaoriAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs. N. P. JangaleAssistant Professor
Prof.Ms.V.H.KambleAssistant Professor
Prof.Mrs.R. A.JainAssistant Professor
Prof. Ms. P. S. DeokateAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs. A. V. SalunkeAssistant Professor
Prof. Mrs. S. D. GanageAssistant Professor

Time Table 2022-23 SEM - I

Laboratory Names
1. Basic Electronics Lab 8. Digital and Analog Communication Lab.
2. Electronics Measurement and Advanced Equipment Lab 9. Microwave and Optical Communication Lab
3. Project and Design Development Lab 10. Mechatronics Lab
4. Digital Electronics Lab. 11. Embedded Lab
5. Circuit Simulation And Modeling Lab 12. PG Lab
6. Signal Processing Lab 13. Centre of Excellance- amitec Lab
7. VLSI Design and Software Development Lab
Electronics & Tele. Comm. Engineering Laboratories

Laboratory

Basic Electronics Engineering Lab

In the Basic Electronics Engineering Lab, the first-year students are trained to handle the basic equipment/instruments including Signal Generators, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO) and Digital Multimeter (DMM).

Fundamental experiments in Analog and Digital Electronics are offered. The basic purpose is to understand the importance of learning by doing, the impact of electronics in the modern world, and the need to understand the basic principles of electronics.

This lab covers experiments on basic electronics components and their features, Integrated Circuit Operational Amplifier circuits and Digital Integrated Circuits.

Major Equipment: CRO, Signal Generator, Single Power Supply, Dual Power Supply, Digital IC Trainer Kits, Basic Electronics Experiment Kits.

Utilization of Laboratory: Sem-I- F.E. Basic Electronics Engg Sem-II- F.E. Basic Electronics Engg.

Lab In charge: Prof. S.S.Pansare Support Staff: Mr. L.N.Malage

Electronics Measurement and Advanced Equipment Lab

The lab aims at imparting practical knowledge of Power Electronics and different measuring instruments to the students. It has all the necessary and in-demand equipment and trainer kits to teach practicals from fundamentals to high-level concepts to the students. Learn the characteristics of different types of power electronic devices, understand and analyze the operation of controlled rectifiers, choppers & inverters. Students are trained to handle measurement instruments including Spectrum analyzer, UPS, Logic Analyzer, and Digital storage oscilloscope.

Hardware: CRO, Signal generator, Dual power supply, Offline UPS trainer kit, DSO, Power Scope, Controlled rectifier, AC voltage controller, Triggering Ckt., Inverter, Chopper, SMPS, Logic analyzer, True RMS meter, Spectrum analyzer, Distortion meter, Frequency Counter.

Utilization of Laboratory: Sem-II- T.E. Power Electronics Engg.

Lab In charge: Prof. U.D.Dattasamje

Project and Design Development Lab

The lab is equipped to assist students with designing, constructing, testing and experimenting with analog circuits. The lab emphasis is to provide students with analog design experience. In addition, the lab supports those who do their mini projects, signal conditioning circuits for BE projects or ME thesis related to analog circuit designs.

Major Equipment:

Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 30 MHz Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 20MHz Function generators 2 MHz Dual power supply +/-30V,2A Power supply +5, +/-30V,2A Digital storage oscilloscope 25 MHz

Support staff: Mr.S.B.Shinde. Lab area:64sqm.

Digital Electronics Lab.

The laboratory is well equipped with digital trainer boards and an IC tester required to give hands-on training to students in digital Electronics subject.

The Laboratory conducts practical sessions for students to enable them to implement their theoretical knowledge, observe the practical results, gain practical knowledge and understand the subject to implement it in industry.

Major equipment: Digital IC Tester Mechatronics Test Equipment (I) Pvt Ltd. 01 Digital Trainer Boards Tirupati Entp. 15 Hal Tec Plus 15 Laser Printer 1020 Plus HP 01 Computers Lenovo 07 DC Power Supply and CRO Hal Tec Plus 04 Function Generator Tirupati Entp. 04

Lab In charge: Dr. Kadam Rekha Shashikant

Circuit Simulation And Modeling Lab

The laboratory is well equipped with high-end computer systems & software. The licensed Software installed in the laboratory includes Multisim 14, 12, and Multisim 11. During the first semester, the laboratory is used to conduct lab work for S.E. E&TC Engineering students for the assignments in Electronic Circuits and mini-projects.

As a part of the Electronic Circuits laboratory, students perform simulation assignments to test different circuits based on transistors. This includes circuits like feedback amplifiers oscillators etc. As a part of Design, they simulate their designs like SMPS, Power supply to finalize design assignments. During the Second semester, the laboratory is used to conduct lab work for S. E. E&TC Engineering students for the assignments in languages like C, C++ and Java

Major Equipment: Software Installed: Multisim 14, 12, Multisim 11 Printers: 2 Laser Printers

Lab In-charge: Prof. S.N.Dharwadkar

Signal Processing Lab

The lab space is 66sqm occupied by 1 staff cabin and 25 Desktops. The licensed software installed in the laboratory includes MATLAB R2021a & Campus-Wide Suite. Experiments based on software are performed in this lab. This lab covers experiments on Signal Processing, Image Processing, Digital Communication, and Machine Learning.

Major Equipment: Hardware: 25 computers Lenovo Z500 corei7,8GB RAM, 1 TB HDD,19” TFT Monitor. Printers: LaserPrinter-1 Switch: Huawei Gigabit Switch 24 Port.

Software Installed: Suse Linux, Win10 Professional, MATLAB, Microsoft Office, C/C++

Utilization of Laboratory: During the first semester, the laboratory is used to conduct digital signal processing for T.E.(E&TC), Digital image processing lab for E.T.E.(E&TC), and LABforME (signal processing). During the second semester, the laboratory is used for the conduction of Information theory and coding technique lab for T.E. (E&TC), Speech processing for B.E. (E&TC), and LABforME (signal processing)

Lab In-charge: Prof. M.M. Dhanvijay Support staff : Mr. Sanjay Dhebe

VLSI Design and Software Development Lab

The VLSI laboratory is well equipped with the most up-to-date industry standard VLSI EDA tools and hardware resources like Xilinx Vivado Suite and tools, Spartan3 FPGA,Virtex5 FPGA, SPARTAN 6 FPGA, ARTIX 7 FPGA and CPLD. The laboratory provides hands-on experience to students in the field of analog and digital circuit design to conduct world class research. The laboratory is designed to expose the students to a set of tools for CMOS design, starting with SPICE circuit simulation and leading to physical layout, design rule checking, and extracted circuit simulation. Students gain knowledge in using EDA tools to design, simulate, and verify schematics and layout of logic gates. It also serves to facilitate design and implementation of digital design on FPGA. The students use Programming Languages like VHDL etc. to do their course work and project work. The VLSI laboratory is well equipped with 25 high end PCs with various licensed software and 10 Basys SPARTAN 6 FPGA Boards for students.

Utilization of Laboratory:
The lab is used for course VLSI Design and Technology Practical in BE Sem-I and for BE Projects. Students also use this lab for doing mini projects.

Name of Lab In-charge: Dr. Kanchan S. Tiwari

Digital and Analog Communication Lab.

The laboratory is well equipped with digital and analog communication trainer kits, spectrum analyser, CRO, DSO, function generator required to give hands-on training to students for digital communication and principles of communication system course.

The Laboratory conducts practical sessions to students to enable the students to implement their theoretical knowledge, observe the practical results, gain practical knowledge and understand the course to implement it in industry .

The Laboratory conducts sessions for S.E.to B.E. students .

Lab Incharge: Prof. Bharati Mohan Narute

Microwave and Optical Communication Lab

The laboratory is well equipped with equipment and instruments required to give hands-on training to students for advanced subjects like Optical communication, and Mobile communication.

The Laboratory conducts practical sessions and training for students to lead them to implement their theoretical knowledge and observe the practical results and gain practical knowledge to implement it in the industry.

Major Equipment: The laboratory has a Microwave bench for X-BAND including Microwave transmitters using Klystron Tube and Gunn diode. The Microwave bench has been purchased from AMITEC Electronics LTD. The Optical Fiber Communication Lab has been set up including Optical Transmitters, Optical Receivers, Optical fiber both plastic and glass, optical patch cords, optical pigtails, connectors, adaptors and attenuators. The Optical communication Lab has measurement instruments such as Optical Power Meter and Optical Time Domain Reflectometer purchased from Bench Mark Electronics Ltd. The Optical Power Meter manufactured by SVAN Teletronics in the 2nd and 3rd window of operation is available in Lab. Optical sources such as L.E.D and Laser Diodes and Optical Detectors such as P-i-N diodes and APD are available in Lab. The Lab has an inbuilt precision measuring tool- A mechanical jig for measuring the Numerical Aperture of fiber with a precision of 0.01mm The optical sources and detectors used are from INFINEON The lab has a 5.8 GHz Satellite trainer kit by AMITEC Electronics LTD.

Microwave Bench X-band AMITEC Electronics LTD, 1 Optical Fiber Analog Link Photon Techniques, 3 Optical Fiber Digital Link Photon Techniques, 2 Optical Trainer for LD 1310 nm Photon Techniques, 1 Optical Tx and Rx Photon Techniques, 1 Optical Analog & Digital trainer FALCON, 3 Optical Analog Link Trainer Sigma Trainers, 1 Optical Digital Trainers Sigma Trainers, 1 Frequency Response - Optical Sigma Trainers, 1 OTDR Benchmark Electronics, 1 Optical Power Meter SVAN Electronics, 1 Antenna Trainer Lab AMITEC Electronics Ltd, 1 Microstrip Antenna Lab AMITEC Electronics Ltd, 1 C.R.O Systronics Ltd, 5 Regulated Power Supply Radial Industries, 5 Optical Power Supply Photon Technique, and 5 Function Generators APLAB 2.

Lab In charge: Prof. Y.M.Ajgar

Support Staff: Mr. S.M.Kate

Mechatronics Lab

In the Mechatronics Lab, the third-year students are trained to handle various sensors & actuators. Experiments performed in the mechatronics lab majorly involve the interaction of various sensors, transducers and actuators with an Arduino board which is representing the modules designed in National Instrument’s LabView software. Few trainer kits are there for the understanding of different sensors. These trainer kits & interfacing platforms always help students to understand the basic knowledge of measuring, controlling & calibrating various sensors involved in lab experiments.

Major Equipment: CRO, Signal Generator, Single Power Supply, Dual Power Supply, Dual Channel CRO, 6 Power Supply (0-32VDC), 8 Analog PLC trainer kit, 1 LVDT transducer distance measurement kit, 1 Arduino uno boards and 8 Lenovo PCs.

Lab In charge: Prof. P. S. Tondewad

Support Staff: Mr. Sunil Kate

Embedded Systems Lab

In the Embedded Systems Lab, the third year and final year students are trained to perform experiments using advanced microcontroller development boards. Students learn detailed architectures of advanced controllers and write programs for the same. In Embedded Systems Lab, we facilitate students to develop their mini projects in third year and major projects in final year.

Here, we also train students for Embedded operating systems on ARM9 development boards. Also students write program for DSP processor such as TMS320C67 processor. In this lab students are facilitate with Arduino Uno boards to their prototype along with the various sensors.

Major Equipments: ARM7 – LPC2148 Development Board, ARM9 – LPC2129 Development boards, CortexM3- LPC1768 Development boards, Texas Instruments DSP – TMS320C67 Development Boards, Interfacing cards – Graphic LCD, TFT display, GSM/GPS, SD Memory cards etc

Utilization of Laboratory: Sem-I- BE – Elective 1 – Embedded Systems & RTOS Sem-II- TE – Advanced Processors

Lab Incharge: Prof. P. M. Bagul
Support Staff: Mr. Sanjay Dhebe

ME Lab

Centre Of Excellence

Centre Of Excellence in Telecomm was established in the year 2015 and formally inaugurated on 8 TH June 2015 jointly by B.O.S Chairman of Electronics & Telecomm Dr. D.S.Bormane of SPPU and Mr. Amit Sharma –CEO of AMITEC Electronics Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

The Centre of Excellence in Telecomm is established under the Industry Institute Interaction Cell to reduce the gap between industry expectations and academic offerings by direct involvement of industry to attain a symbiosis. Transfer of Skills and knowledge from industry will promote the activity “Bridging the gap between INDUSTRY –ACADEMIA “

The first collaboration Of COE-TELECOMM was with Amitec Electronics Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi which has signed an MoU with our college to help set up a laboratory in COE-TELECOMM. Amitec Electronics –New Delhi has set up a Lab in Software Defined Radio – a new technology relating to XG and Cognitive radio. Academics, Hands-on Training in SDR, Projects and Research are some of the aims of COE- TELECOMM. Besides SDR, the COE-TELECOMM is equipped with a Measurement /Fabrication Lab, EMI- EMC LAB for testing along with a Logic /Protocol Bus Analyzer. Amitec Electronics Pvt. Ltd as per the MoU has helped the COE –TELECOMM with industry-based projects and industrial visits to their factory workshop in Sahibabad. Faculty Development Programmes and Short-Term Training programs are continually held by the COE-TELECOMM.

RemoteLabs.in has been established under the COE-TELECOMM by a FACULTY from the college R&D cell and an undergraduate student from an external college. Using the facility of RemoteLabs.in, students from any location nationwide can connect to our Software Defined Radio Lab and perform and test practicals live!

Check the demo video on https://lnkd.in/b5WCXgd to see many more projects and research ongoing at COE-TELECOMM.

Centre of Excellance-amitec Lab.pdf Report

Syllabus

SE E & TC Engg (2019 Pattern)

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TE E &TC Engg (2019 Pattern)

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BE E&TC Engg (2019 Pattern)

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TE E &TC Engg (2015 Pattern)

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BE E &TC Engg (2015 Pattern)

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Result percentage for Last Three Academic Years

List of Toppers

Sr. No.YearName of StudentPercentage (%) / CGPA
1 2004 Suraj Naik 70.00 %
2 2005 Dinesh Iyyengar 77.20 %
3 2006 Arpit Jain 73.93 %
4 2007 Andrea Pereira University topper 78.53 %
5 2008 Siddharth Shah 76.06 %
6 2009 Varun Mehta 76.00 %
7 2010 Madhura Tapse 78.06%
8 2011 Amar Khopade 71.53 %
9 2012 Varun Nair 74.53%
10 2013 Vallabh Jagtap 77.86 %
11 2014 Pratik Pandey 71.86 %
12 2015 Rohit Shinde 73.19%
13 2016 Samveg Shah 78.00 %
14 2017 Sayali Mahajan 83.73 %
15 2018 Tejaswini Warekar 78.00 %
16 2019 Purva Ardhapurkar 80.16 %
17 2020 Manisha Chemate 76.29 %
18 2021 Burhade Aparna 10 CGPA

Result Analysis

Projects done by our students

Mahaveer Electronics

20-05-2021 To 19-05-2022

Highlights

  1. Knowledge Sharing, Sponsership to BE project, project Interenship to SE, TE & BE students , industry visit.

Blacktix Technologies

10-12-2020 To 09-12-2021

Highlights

  1. Knowledge Sharing, Sponsership to BE project, project Interenship to SE, TE & BE students, industry visit.

Imrenable Automation

30-12-2020 To 29-12-2021

Highlights

  1. Knowledge Sharing, Sponsership to BE project, project Interenship to SE, TE & BE students , industry visit.

ICT Academy

Collaboration Period : From 07-02-2019 To 11-12-2025

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. Course oriented Training, student Development program at subsised rate by Oracle/Amazon AWS/ DELLEMC/Sales Force/ PALO ALTO/ Auto Desk, free FDP, power seminar, youth talk and placement assistance

IoT CoE

Collaboration Period :01-08-2018 To 01-08-2019

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. Skill training and Job oriented Programs for students

R.S. Network

Collaboration Period : From 10-06-2015 To 10-06-2016

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To conduct Student Training Programs for CCNA

Mitsubishi Electric India Ltd.

Collaboration Period : From 30-11-2015 To 30-11-2018

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To further strengthen the commitment for enhanced Industry-Academia interaction, college has signed MOU with Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon.
  2. Under this collaboration MEI will provide training/automation courses, seminar/demonstrations on automation technology and products to the students nominated by MESCOE.
  3. To develop mechatronics lab /Hands on
  4. Training of automation courses, seminars, webinar/demos on automation technology

Sphier Unified Solutions Pvt Ltd, Pune

Collaboration Period : From 15-09-2015 To 15-09-2017

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To conduct webinar/demos on automation technology.

Amitech electronics Pvt Ltd

Collaboration Period : From 10-05-2015 To 10-05-2020

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. Collaboration under Industry-Institute Partnership Cell
  2. To set up Centre of Excellence in Telecommunication to promote Research in Software Defined Radio & Advance Electronic Communication System

Pro-active IT Services Pvt Ltd

Collaboration Period : From 11-03-2015 To 11-03-2016

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To set up Centre of Excellence in Telecommunication to promote Research in Software Defined Radio & Advance Electronic Communication System

CDAC

Collaboration Period : From 06-08-2014 To 05-08-2017

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To train the concerned faculty nominated by MESCOE in respective subject domain.
  2. Student training in Embedded and VLSI domain.

Graceful Growth

Collaboration Period : From 14-08-2015 To 14-08-2016

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To Conduct Seminar & Trainings for Staff and Students

Edgate Tecnologies & Texas Instruments, Bangolre

Collaboration Period : From 25-05-2014

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To develop mixed signal processing lab.
  2. To conduct Circuit making competitions.

Pearson VUE Authorised Centre Credit Agreement

Collaboration Period : From 11-03-2014 To 17-03-2017

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. To conduct exams for Microsoft and CISCO

Trident Techlabs Pvt. Ltd.

Collaboration Period : From 24-06-2013 To 24-06-2014

Area of Collaboration

Highlights-

  1. The college has set up lab which will be entitled “Texas Instruments Stellaris Lab.
  2. Texas Instruments Stellaris development kits based on TI platform.
  3. Undergraduate final year students and postgraduate students develop projects using these kits.

Newsletter by E & TC Department

2020-21 Semester II

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2019-20 Semester II

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2019-20 Semester I

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Publication

Patent

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FDP

Online Session on – “Career options and opportunities for Electronics Graduates”

Online Session on – “Career options and opportunities for Electronics Graduates”

Objective:
1) To gain Knowledge regarding the Future enhancement of the Electronics Branch.
2) Higher Studies in Electronics sub-branches.
3) To gain knowledge about the Electronics Industry.

Mr. Renjith CV:- He is the Electrical Architect-Medical Imaging at Philips Healthcare. He has 19+ years of Experience in Electronics and in Product design. Along with this Mr Renjith has expertise in X-Ray Imaging design for Cathlab, C-Arm, and Diagnostic X-rays Systems. He has a wide range of experiences as he has worked with different people from different countries such as the Netherlands, France, Germany, China, South Korea and India. He shared his fruitful knowledge of Products regarding Electronics and gave the students wonderful guidance on Future Enhancement of Electronics.

Targeted Audience:- SE, TE and BE students.
Number of Staff Members:- 8
Number of Students Presents:- 97
Date:-20th July 2021.

Guest Lecture on “Career Opportunities after Graduation Through Gate Examination” by ACE Academy organised by Student Development Cell, Dept of E&TC, MESOE.

Guest Lecture on “Career Opportunities after Graduation Through Gate Examination” by ACE Academy organised by Student Development Cell, Dept of E&TC, MESOE.

Objectives:
1. To create awareness amongst students about the GATE exam.
2. To create awareness about the importance of basic subjects of E&TC in the GATE exam.
3. To motivate students for giving gate exams.

An online guest lecture on “Career Opportunities after Graduation Through Gate Examination” by ACE Academy was conducted for SE and TE students on 4 February 2021 at 10.30 am on ZOOM platform. The lecture started off with sharing Guest Speaker Mr. ANAND KUMAR sir’s personal experiences. The speaker then explained to the students regarding different streams for the GATE exam and cutoff marks for different streams, marking scheme, and Paper pattern. He also explained the method for preparation and the subjects which are important and how many marks those subjects carry in the GATE exam. Different openings in the government sector after qualifying GATE exam.

Students were then given details (Exam procedure, Job offered, Pay, Syllabus, How to prepare, Application) about GATE Exam.

Target Audience: SE, TE students.
No. of Students Present: 132.
Day &Date: 4th Feb 2021.
Resources Person: Mr. Anand Kumar ACE Academy.

Workshop on Linux

Workshop on Linux

Objectives:
1. To gain a strong foundation in Linux from scratch.
2. To help students master important Linux concepts such as Linux installations, Packages, Architecture, File System.
3. To enhance Alumni interaction with current students.

Name of the Guest Speaker: Mr.Tejas Vasekar (Alumni of E&TC, MESCOE) Mr.Tejas Vasekar has received a B.E degree in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from MES College of Engineering, the University of Pune in 2017. Currently, he is. Working as a Firmware Engineer at AMS semiconductor Hyderabad. He has 2.5 years of experience in Firmware Engineering, worked on multiple HW platform

Guest Speaker shared his personal experiences, the difficulties faced by him, the efforts taken and more about his career path.

Target Audience: SE, TE and BE students
No. of Students Present: 77
Day &Date: Saturday, 16 January 2021
Time frame: 11 AM to 5 PM.

Name of activity: Guest Lecture on “ Career Guidance” by Our Alumni Mr.Manoj Kalorey.

Name of activity: Guest Lecture on “ Career Guidance” by Our Alumni Mr.Manoj Kalorey.

Objectives:
1. To make the students aware of current trends in Industry.
2. To motivate the students for higher education
3. To enhance alumni interaction

A lecture was conducted for all E&TC students. The lecture started off with sharing Guest Speaker’s personal experiences, the difficulties faced by him, the efforts taken, his career path etc. Mr. Manoj Kalorey worked as a development specialist in Big companies like Mercedes Benz, Capgemini, General Electric, Diageo etc. He is also the winner of the Hackathon held at Daimler Germany in 2019.

Mr.Manoj very nicely explained the carrier options after graduation i.e. Core, IT, Networking, MBA, PG, GATE etc. He also told the students about the add-on courses in which students can opt for a better career. He focused on the importance of Aptitude and communication skills also. The Guest Speaker also explained the current trends of the IT industry i.e. Data scientists, Big data Engineer, and Data Engineer and their roles and responsibilities. Also, students were told about factors to consider for choosing the right career, how to be motivated to study and Students also asked about their doubts.

The lecture ended with the prime focus being "Choose a career that makes you Happy"

Target Audience: SE ,TE ,BE E&TC students
No. of Students and Staff Present: 259
Day &Date: 5th September 2020.

Workshop for the staff by Mrs. Sheetal Bagul

Workshop for the staff by Mrs. Sheetal Bagul

Objectives:
● To skill up Microsoft Office knowledge which will help support staff to execute their departmental responsibilities.
● To impart knowledge of Corel Draw to support staff.
Target Audience: All supporting, administrative, and library staff who are working in Higher Education Institutions.

Resource Person: Mrs. Sheetal Bagul (MS Office Certified Trainer) She is running her own computer institute known as “Bagul Infotech”, conducting various courses Fundamental of Computer, M.S. Office, Tally 9.0 ERP, Internet, Programming Language C programming, C++, Data Structure, Visual Basic 6.0, Core java and Advance JAVA, DBMS, etc. She has work experience of more than 6 years as Faculty in ICWAI (Pune Chapter of Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India). She has received International Certification of Microsoft Office Specialist & Microsoft Office Expert (MS Word & MS Excel).

We have received more than 1000 registrations from all over India, almost from all states like Tamilnadu, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, and Haryana. On Ms Teams every day more than 320 participants attended the program and the event was live-streamed on the YouTube channel. The session was very interactive. For every topic, hands-on sessions, assignments and tests were conducted. The participants shared their experiences and appreciated the workshop during the valedictory function. Online e-Certificates were issued to all the participants after the successful submission of their feedback.

Outcomes:
● Staff can support departmental activities like maintaining student data, preparing mark sheets for exams etc.
● Staff will be able to prepare brochures for various activities. Date/Duration of the program: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 19th, 20th, 21st May 2021 (Three days) Time frame: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 PM for all 3 days. No. of Staff Present: 400+

Guest lecture on pursuing higher education abroad

Guest lecture on pursuing higher education abroad

Objectives:
1. To educate interested students about the use of the software Proteus in PCB design and simulation.
2. To create schematics and electronic prints for manufacturing printed circuit boards.
3. To enhance Alumni interaction with current students.

Name of the Guest Speaker: Mr.Rohit Tondare (Alumni of E&TC, MESCOE)
: Mr.Rohit Tondare has received the B.E degree in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from MES College of Engineering, University of Pune in 2020.

The Proteus Design Suite is a proprietary software tool suite used primarily for electronic design automation. The software is used mainly by electronic design engineer and technicians to create schematics and electronic prints for manufacturing PCB. It is easy to use and widely used in industry.
PCB designing is the most required part of Electronics hardware and product development.
In this workshop, students built basic circuits using opamp. The circuits using Arduino boards were also simulated.
The students learnt how to design single and multi-layered PCB.
Guest Speaker shared his personal experiences the difficulties faced by him, the efforts taken etc.

Target Audience: SE TE and BE students
No. of Students Present: 98
Day &Date: Saturday and Sunday 23 January and 24th January 2021.

Online Guest Lecture on “Research Trends and Job opportunities in RF/Microwave Industry under Defence Sectors”.

Online Guest Lecture on “Research Trends and Job opportunities in RF/Microwave Industry under Defence Sectors”.

Objectives:
1. To create the awareness about RF/Microwave domain in Defence R&D Sector
2. To motivate the students to select core electronics as their career.
3.To enhance Alumni interaction with current students .

Name of the Guest Speaker: Dr.Shivraj Rathod (Alumni of E&TC, MESCOE)
Dr S. M. Rathod has received the B.E degree in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering from MES College of Engineering, University of Pune in 2012. He received both M. Tech and PhD degree in Electronics Engineering from Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI), in 2015 and 2019, respectively. Currently, he is an Assistant Manager in Defence R & D Division of Kalyani Centre for Technology and Innovation (KCTI), Bharat Forge Limited (BFL)-Pune. Now, he hold the position of coordinator for “Centre of Excellence in RF & Microwave Technology” at Defence R&D Division of BFL, Pune. He is coordinating the team members at KCTI group for the Indigenous development of various Radar systems for Ministry of Defence under Indian Design, Development and Manufacturing (IDDM) category with Make in India Scheme for Defence production.
He started his presentation by giving introduction of Bharat Forge and its different campuses and their different products .He nicely explained the importance of basic subjects like DSP,DIP,and Electromagnetics,Electronics Design and many more and their applications in Defence industry.He explained the different job opportunities in RF and Microwave area.
Guest Speaker shared his personal experiences,the difficulties faced by him,the efforts taken etc.Dr.Shivraj’s Journey was really motivational .
He also explained about the internship opportunity in BFL,scholarship students can get in BFL.

Target Audience : TE and BE students
No.of Staff Present : 08
No. of Students Present: 70
Day &Date: , 5th December 2020.
Time frame: 11 AM to 1 PM

Guest lecture on pursuing higher education abroad

Guest lecture on pursuing higher education abroad

Objective: -
1) To gain knowledge regarding higher studies abroad
2) To know about placement preparation and project selection.
3) To learn about GATE preparation.

Name of Guest \Speaker: -

1)Vishal Pillai: - He passed out last year with distinction in BE from MES College of Engineering, Pune. He has been admitted to the Master’s degree program in Electrical Engineering at LUT Finland. He has also scored 7.5 in the International English Language Test System Exam. He guided students regarding higher studies abroad and the documents required and the exams required for preparation for higher studies abroad.

2)Piyush Nindane (Embedded &IOT Engineer) and Abhishek Patil (BE E&TC): - They are from batch 2021 of BE. They guided regarding placement preparation and project selection. Even they shared their thoughts and valuable knowledge through their real-life experience. They introduced students to the important aspects and skills required to crack interviews. They provided the tricks to tackle the placement challenges.

3)Yogesh Jadhav(E&TC) and Pranav Gore (MECH): -They are from the current batch of BE. They guided students regarding GATE preparations. They helped students with the books and handwork required to crack the exam.

Targeted Audience: - SE and TE students
No of staff members: -8
No of students present: -96
Date: - 25 June 2021
Time frame: - 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Guest lecture on how a leader deals with problems by Brigadier Saurabh Tewari

Guest lecture on how a leader deals with problems by Brigadier Saurabh Tewari

Rashmi Mali, President of the Directing Visions club invited Brigadier Saurabh Tewari Sir for the informative session on 29th June, 2021. The program started with an introductory speech by Rashmi Mali about the Guest. The session was then handed over to the Guest for further continuation. Sir initially began by introducing himself to the students and then talked about general things related to the army. He explained his thoughts regarding leadership and the qualities that should be acquired by a leader with the help of a presentation and his experience in the Indian Army. He shared the perks of getting into the defense forces and personal experiences of himself during his service time, and how to tackle complex problems. He shared the joining procedure that students can opt for. By knowing his personal experience students were amazed about him. He also talked about his experiences while working with different kinds of Ministries in India. He explained about different types of situations that arise in life unknowingly and how to tackle such problems positively with confidence and patience. He described the qualities that a student should acquire during their early ages so that it will help them in the future. He then shared some tips for the SSB interview. Excitingly, he also shared a booklet of notes from the book “How to win friends and influence people” by Dale Carnegie and recommended that students read it. Lastly, a Questions and Answers session was conducted in which participants’ doubts and queries were solved. His contribution to the nation was appreciated, valued, and acknowledged. At last, the session was concluded with a vote of thanks by Rashmi and the overwhelming response by the members was appreciated.

The session lasted for about an hour. Participants enthusiastically took part during the session. All the doubts of attendees were cleared by Saurabh Sir. Excellent responses were given by the participants.
Date: 29th June 2021 Time: 4-5 pm
Total Participants: 153 people Platform: Microsoft Teams