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The Department was established in 1993 with change in nomenclature from Industrial Electronics to Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering during 2005 with an intake capacity of 60 students. The Department emphasis on teaching UHF and Microwave Engineering, Circuit Design & Simulation, Computer Networking, Optical fibre Communication & Embedded system. The Department has qualified and experienced faculty with technically sound supporting staff. Department conducts various training programs, workshops, guest lectures and technical events for UG students like Digital Image Processing, Fuzzy logic and Neural Network, VLSI technology and other emerging areas to help the students to improve their knowledge and develop leadership skill. The Department has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Industries like Institute of Satellite Telecommunication (ISAT, Pune), SPJ Embedded Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Pune & xtreme solutions, Pune. Many faculty members of the Department are Life Members of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (IETE) and The Institution of Engineers (IEI). The student forum of the Department is Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Student’s Association (EESA).Industrial visits for students are organized on regular basis.

The students are encouraged to carry out innovative projects, sponsored projects & to participate in National and International conferences. Many students of the department have been placed in reputed national & Multinational companies like Reliance Communications, Cap Gemini Consulting India Pvt. Ltd.,ADA Cell works, Persistent Systems Pvt. LTD. Electronic engineers have scope for placement in many fields like medical, automobile, modern equipments, communication, government and private companies, Defence, Space and other research organisations, Electronic industries, Process industries, IT companies, Manufacturing, etc

VISION

  • To produce Quality and Competitive Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers to provide services for Industrial and Rural development to meet the society needs.

MISSION

  • M1: To provide outstanding surrounding for teaching learning process (Learning)
  • M2: To focus on quality electronics engineering education (Research)
  • M3: To look student’s development for their soft and interpersonal skills (Skill)
  • M4: To develop in the future professional a positive attitude towards the work discipline (Ethics)
  • M4: To motivate the student a leadership committed to the development of community (Society)

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO 1: To prepare skilled technocrats who solve social or industrial problems.
  • PEO 2: To build up soft and teamwork skills among the students. These skills help them for overall development of an individual to many.
  • PEO 3: An ability to develop their knowledge and skills across the range of disciplines. (Breadth)
  • PEO 4: To encourage the students for higher education as well as research and innovation.
  • PEO 5: To awake students for ethical and proper use of their soft and technical skills for the betterment of humankind.

Departmental Program Outcomes

  • 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.

Details Of Faculty Members

Dr. Rajesh B. Mapari

Designation: Associate Professor & Head

Qualification: Ph.D, ME(Digital Electronics), B.E. (Industrial Electronics)

E-mail id: rajesh.mapari@aecc.ac.in

Experience: Teaching: 19 Years Industrial: 01 Years

Mr. Bhimrao S. Lankeshwar

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification: Ph.D(Pursuing), ME(Digital Electronics), B.E. (Industrial Electronics)

E-mail id: bhimrao.lankeshwar@aecc.ac.in

Experience: 21 Years

Dr. Prashant S. Gawande

Designation: Associate Professor

Qualification: Ph.D, M.E. (Electronics) , B.E. (Industrial Electronics)

E-mail id: prashant.gawande@aecc.ac.in

Experience: Teaching: 25 Years, Industry: 03 Years

Mr. Amol P. Bhatkar

Designation: Associate Professor

Qualification: B.E. (Industrial Electronics), M.E. (Digital Electronics)

E-mail id: amolbhatkar@aecc.ac.in

Experience: Teaching: 15 years Industrial: 03 Years

Mr. Ravindra B. Phase

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification: B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.), ME (Digital Electronics)

E-mail id: ravindra.phase@aecc.ac.in

Experience: 16 Years

Mr. Kalpesh V. Kotwal

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification: B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.)

E-mail id: kalpesh.kotwal@aecc.ac.in

Experience: 04 Years

Miss. Ritika V. Bora

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification: B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.)

E-mail id: ritika.bora@aecc.ac.in

Experience: 04 Years

Miss. Divya R. Bhatkar

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification: B.E (Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.), ME

E-mail id: divya.bhatkar@aecc.ac.in

Experience: 04 years

Mr. Mahesh J. Hade

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualification: B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.)

E-mail id: mahesh.hade@aecc.ac.in

Experience: 03 years

Laboratories

Basic Laboratory

Objective:

1) To provide basic knowledge of Electronics Devices.

2) To learn various applications circuitry of Electronics devices.

Lab Major Equipments

The lab is well equipped and furnished with following equipments: C.R.O (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope), oscillator kits like: Hartley oscillator, colpitts oscillator, RC phase shift oscillator etc. Half wave, Full wave rectifier kit, DC regulated power supply, Function generator, LCR meter, Class A, Class B, Class C, Class AB amplifier kits etc.

The students from Electronics, Information Technology and Computer science & Engineering departments will get practical exposure to the various electronics circuits.

The total cost of equipments in the lab is around Rs.3, 21,446 /- .


Communication Engineering Laboratory

Objective:

1) To provide elementary knowledge of communication engineering, digital communication and microwave engineering.

2) To understand and learn various microwave components.

Lab Major Equipments

The lab is well equipped and furnished. The lab consists of AM and FM transmitter and receiver kits; various modulation and demodulation trainer kits along with digital storage oscilloscope. RF signals generator and audio frequency generator is also provided with 3 band radio receivers so that student can learn about RF signal transmission and reception with practical approach.

Microwave test bench assembly is provided along with Gunn and Klystron power supply with all microwave components so that their basic principle of operation can be verified well with more practical approach.

The total cost of equipments in the lab is around Rs.7,54,244 /-


DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Laboratory

Objective:

1) To provide basic knowledge of Digital Integrated Circuit, Design of digital Encoders / Decoder and Multiplexer.

2) To understand and learn various Digital IC’s.

Lab Major Equipments

The lab is well equipped and furnished. The lab consists of simple Bread Boards, Digital Bread Boards and Function Generators; various gates IC’s, Decoder/Encoder/Mux and voltage regulator IC’S along with IC Tester. CRO for trace the waveforms of various circuits. So that student can understand the practical approach.

The total cost of equipments in the lab is around Rs.2,71,201 /-


ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP Laboratory

Objective:

1) To provide basic knowledge of Electronics Workshop and PCB design.

2) To learn various Electronics Workshop components.

Lab Major Equipments

The lab is well equipped and furnished. The lab consists of etching machine for PCG design, photo dip coating machine, PCB drilling machine, PCB camera and transformer winding machine hand held. Aplab 30 MHz CRO for measurement of electronics workshop practical output, function generator, R-Tech power supply, cables and connectors, so that student can learn about how to design PCB, how to drill it and how to mount the components on PCB with practical approach.

The total cost of equipments in the lab is around Rs.3,20,248 /-


MICROPROCESSOR AND COMPUTER Laboratory

Objective:

1) To provide elementary knowledge of microprocessor, computers & microcontroller.

2) To understand the fundamental and assembly programming language of 8085 and 8086 microprocessor.

3) To explore various software’s like MatLab, Neurosolution, Orcad/Pspice, VHDL etc.

Lab Major Equipments

Total 16 P-IV PCs connected with network. All types of microprocessor kits, training CDs, Software like C++, Neurosolution, Orcad/Pspice , Active VHDL with Simply Pro, Matlab 7.0 with all toolboxes and other software with 24 hour internet / intranet facility.

The Lab has well equipped advanced and furnished equipments to meet the state of art. Keeping track of the technology and to strike a balance between theory and practical applications the most modern equipments and software’s are made available.

The total cost of equipments in the lab is around 12, 00,175 /- Rs.


POWER ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATAION Laboratory

Objective:

1) To provide basic knowledge of Power Electronics & instrumentation

2) To learn various Instruments & Power Kits operation & application.

Lab Major Equipments

The lab is well equipped and furnished. The lab consists of Aplab 30 MHz CRO for measurement of electronics Power practical output, R-Tech Power Supplies, Aplab Power Supplies, Matrix Power kits, Hem Electronics Instrumentation Kits, ET Thyset Power Kits, Power Electronics Board Kits, PH measurement Equipment, DC & AC Motors, Induction Motors, Three Phase Auto Transformer, Dielectric & Induction Heating Equipment with practical based approach.

The total cost of equipments in the lab is around Rs.6, 34,572 /-


Summer-2021-22

Sr. No Name of Students SGPA
1. Miss Bhagyashree Shalesha 10.00
2. Mr Sham B Gadhave 10.00

Summer-2017

Sr. No Name of Students SGPA
1. Mr. Limbaji Santosh Mujmule 8.84
2. Mr. Shrikrushna Chhagan Mhaske 8.59
3. Mr. Vikas Nandkishor Theng 8.72

Summer-2016

Sr. No Name of Students SGPA
1. Ku. Pooja Sanjay Chopade 9.03
2. Ku. Aparna Sambhaji Deshmukh 8.63
3. Ku. Ankita Nivrutti Bombatkar 8.63

Guest Lectures

spaeaker: Mr. Swapnil D. Pundkar (UPSC-2015, Rank- IPS)

Topic :- Career Guidance

Date:- 25/08/2015

Speaker :- Mr. Ishant Kute

(Embedded Gallery Electronics Service Pune)

Topic :- Swarm Robotics

Date:- 14/08/2015

Speaker :- Mr. Anil Tatode (Prolific System,Nagpur)

Topic :- Introduction of actual platform / equipment used in industry

Date:- 01/08/2015

Speaker :- Mr. K. H. Walse (AEC, Chikhli)

Topic :- Networking

Date:- 01/04/2015

Speaker :- Mr. Sachin Suroshe (Embedded Gallery, Pune)

Topic :- Embedded Workshop

Date:- 27/08/2014

Speaker :- Mr. Anil Tatode (Prolific System,Nagpur)

Topic :- Latest Trend in Automation

Date:- 11/02/2014

Speaker :- Dr. V.R.Yadav

Topic :- Inauguration of GATE FORUM

Date:- 13/08/2013

Alumni

Faculty Achievements:

Sr. No Name of Faculty Ph.D status
1. Mr.R.B.Mapari Completed
2. Mr.A.P.Bhatkar Completed
3. Mr.B.S.Lankeshwar Pursuing

Students Achievements:

Sr. No Name of Students Runner/Winner Event occasion
1. Ku. Sarika Chincholkar Winner Cycle Race 5 Km Ashwamedh 2015
2. Ku. Shraddha Ingle Runner Table Tennis Single Ashwamedh 2015
3. Ku. Sarika Inamdar Runner Cross Country -1 Km Ashwamedh 2015
4. Ku. Sarika Inamdar Runner Running -100 m Ashwamedh 2015
5. Ku. Sarika Inamdar Runner Long Jump Ashwamedh 2015
6. Ku. Radhika Thakur Winner Singing – Rockstar Karaoke Anuspark 2015
6. Mr. Aditya Prakash Urkude Prof. G. G. Bahale Gold Medal Academic Topper Anuspark 2015