Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Department Of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

The E&TC department has been started with an intake capacity of 60 students in June 2004. Now current intake capacity is 120 students. The faculties engage themselves in routine teaching in classroom and experimentation in laboratories throughout the semester. In additions, a good number of research publications in Journals and National & International conference’s proceedings have been published.

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From the HOD's Desk

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering is prepared to meet the challenges and is playing a leadership role in shaping the education by providing unique educational and research opportunities in the forefront of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering and their applications.

The students are focused with the use of conceptual understanding of core domain areas in Telecommunication as well as enhanced design skills disseminating their analytical abilities. Our aim is to provide our students the lifelong learning, leadership skills, communication and social environment that enable them to grow in their professions and advance to positions of responsibility by effective.

Dr. C. A. Manjare
Head, Department of Electronics & Telecommunication

Dr. K.N. BARBOLE

Professor
M.E. Power Electronics Ph.D. Electronics Engineering

Dr. Chandraprabha Anil Manjare

Professor & HOD
M.E.( Electronics ), Ph. D. (Electronics)

Dr. P. M. Patil

Professor
PhD ( Electronics & Computer)

Dr. D. B. Salunke

Professor
PhD ( Electronics & Communication)

Dr. S.B.Mohite

Associate Professor
PhD.( Electronics )

Dr. Navandar Rajesh Kedarnath

Associate Professor
M.Tech(Electronics),PhD(E&TC)

Dr. R. D. Gawade

Assistant Professor
M. Tech ( E&TC Engg), Ph. D. (E&TC Engg)

Prof. M.B.Tadwalkar

Associate Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof. Vijay Madhukar Sardar

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof. P. A. Kalyankar

Professor
M. Tech [Digital Systems], P.hD Persuing

Prof S.M.hambarde

Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof Tushar S.Mote

Assistant Professor
M.E.( E&TC)

Prof Seema D Patil

Assisstant Professor
M.E.( Electronics-VLSI )

Prof D.G. Ingale

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof Pange Sanchita M.

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof Hina Naaz

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Communication )

Prof V. P. Patil

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics & Telecommunication )

Prof S.V.Malewar

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof S.S.Taware

Assistant Professor
M.E.( E&TC ) VLSI & Embedded System

Prof B.S.Biradar

Assistant Professor
M.Tech( Communication System )

Prof Swati Murlidhar Kshirsagar

Assitant Professor
M.E.( Electronics & Telecommunication )

Prof S. A. Wakure

Assistant Professor
M.E.( E&TC )

Prof S.S. Dhamal

Assistant Professor
M.E.( E& TC )

Prof Y.P.Joshi

Professor
M.E.( Electronics )(Digital System)

Prof S.S.PAWAR

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

Prof S.B.Jagtap

Assistant Professor
M.E.( Electronics )

About Laboratories

Add-On Courses

NPTL- National Program on Technology Enhance Learning

Duration : June to October
SE-C,C++
TE-OS
BE-wireless Sensor Network

Lab as Museum

Duration : For free Hrs or after 3.30pm in Self Learning Laboratory

Spoken Tutorial

Duration : 4 hr per week
SE-project Management,C

Face

Duration : BE- 4Hrs/week , TE- 2Hrs/week
APTITUDE TEST for Drive of different companies and Communicational Skill

Soft Skill Courses by expert Faculty

Duration : SE -2Hrs/week

Digital Library access

Duration : 2 Hrs per week

Student's Services

About Department Library

Department Library of E&TC, JSPM’s Engineering College is served as a resource center for teaching staff and students by providing knowledge through both in the form of print and digital books and journals. Library intends to incorporate the latest technology & adopt user friendly towards students and faculty.

Guardian Faculty Member

In this technology age, the resources are abundant but we strongly believe in importance of teachers to shape the all-round personality. In the role of teacher, we encourage independent thought, independent investigation and ultimately independent learning.

Purpose of Guardian Faculty Member(G.F.M.):

1. Student Diversity: Our students owe better diversity in terms of backgrounds, family culture, socio-economic conditions, academic profiles, etc. All the student diversities can give better effect if teachers are doing intentional efforts to blend them.
2. The quantum of students may be hurdle to server individual’s need and sharpen the differentiated but student specific potential.

Constitution of Guardian Faculty Member:

1. Every batch of approximately 15 students in the class is assigned by one teaching faculty to cater individuals need.
2. The scope of problem solving is at par. i.e. all the queries of student not only teaching- learning and technical problems but every problem of their life up-to carrier building.
3. Activities are planned to nourish their inter-personal and Intra-personal skills.
4. G.F.M. interact them weekly basis as a regular practice, however students can approach them any time.
5. Regular reporting about the activities by G.F.M. to HoD and Principal.

Advantages of G.F.M. System:

1. To promote the personal/social, educational, and career development of all students
2. To address the problems of diversified student quantum.
3. To supervise individual student’s growth.
4. To provide an opportunity for an individual to see a variety of available options and thereafter, assist the student in making a wise choice.
5. Enhancing the student interest in the academic, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
6. To build affinity and sense of conducive atmosphere which is the most probable key factor

Lab as Museum

Lab as museum is a one of the best practice in the department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. This lab is basically developed for creating interest about electronics technology among the students and visitors. Normally any student comes in the department learns all the tools and techniques in three years of the graduate program. Hence this lab was developed to give a complete knowhow about the tools and techniques at one glance. Also the students will be doing hands on practice of some small electronics circuits. The visitors can also see various live projects. The project development cycle is also showcased in the museum so that students can see and development own project. The museum also exhibit the components used in the electronics as a building blocks of the circuits.

Remarkable Projects

1.      Low-Cost Intelligent Prosthetic Leg: Won “First Prize” with  Trophy, Rs.5000 Cash Prize and Certificates  at “Dipex-2017” Organized By ABVP and SRIJAN at “H.A. Ground, Pimpri, Pune.


2.      IOT Based Vending Machine- Won “Best Idea Award” with Trophy & Certificates at GMRT, Khodad, Pune National Level Project Competition held on 28th Feb & 1st March 2017

3.      Baggage Handling System at airport- Won VIT , Pune project  competition second prize, MIT, Pune  project  competition second prize and  Participated in GMRT, Pune  Science day

4.      Automated Cradle System for Infant care- KJCOE, Pune project competition second prize
5.      MC & Android based automobile security and safety system- KJCOE Mumbai project competition second prize
6.      Autonomous Smart seed sowing & fertilizer (NPK) Dispensing Agri ROBOT- GMRT,Pune  Science day 2014 Second prize
7.      Real time traffic light controller using image processing- Runner ship award at “Avishkar-2013”  at COEP Poster Presentation Competition
8.      Intelligent Ambulance system with patient monitoring- Participated & qualified for final round in IEEE project competition at VIIT,Pune
9.      Single Phase AC to DC controlled rectifier using matrix topology- Runner ship award at “Avishkar-2013”  at COEP Poster Presentation Competition
10.  Intelligent Elevator system- Winner of the Project competition at PCCOE, Pune

Student's Association

Telecommunication Engineering Student Association (T.E.S.A)

Objectives & Purpose

1. To work towards practical oriented learning
2. To groom and nurture the qualities of teamwork, leadership.
3. To provide exposure to the public and executives communication
4. To provide co-curricular training and to keep them updated
5. To motivate the students towards core research in the field of E&TC

Benefits

T.E.S.A – E & T C Student Association is mainly initiated to encourage the students, to voice their innovative thoughts and also it acts as an open forum to our alumina. The T. E.S.A of J. S. College of Engineering acts as a bridge between the students and the industry level R&D. We are giving a toast of guest lectures by the experts to promote the ideas in R&D. We learn in two ways, one by reading and the other by the repo with smarter people. We believe in the quote “Never quit! If you stumble, get back up and move closer to your dreams and goals. You can do it!” T. E.S.A functions completely by the students and guided by our caring CARE faculties .We motivate students to be updated to recent trends. T.E.S.A is one of the most efficiently functioning associations in our college.

Expected Outcome

Due to brainy activities at regular a interval which provides a good deal of platform to the students to exhibit their budding thoughts. Academic and professional development & the quality life of students is improved.

Events

1. International Conference on Knowledge discovery in Science and Technology organized at Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, JSPM’s Jayawantro Sawant College of Engineering, Hadapsar, Pune.


2. One week Faculty Development Program on Advances in Automation organized at Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, JSPM’s Jayawantro Sawant College of Engineering, Hadapsar, Pune.
3. The event PROXZI-18 (Poster & Project Competition) conducted at National Level Event Techmanthan-18 on 24th of January 2018 in department of E & TC.
4. The expert lecture was delivered by Mr. Shekhar D. Borse, Founder-RASPI INVENT, Dwarka, Nashik on “Industrial IoT and Raspberry Pi”.
5. Student Group of E&TC along with Prof. P.P. Kalyankar attended & participated in Smart India Hackathon 2017 – Grand Finale at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur on 1st and 2nd April 2017.

6. National Conference on Knowledge discovery in Science and Technology organized by Department of Electronics and Telecommunication & Electrical Engineering at JSPM’s Jayawantro Sawant College of Engineering, Hadapsar, Pune

7.Two days Industrial visit was organized for TE E&TC students at Copper Track Industries, Nashik on 22th and 23rd JAN 2017.
8. TE student Suraj Kumar Own the 1st Prize in “TECHMANTHON 17 Circuit Simulation. TE student Sujit Jha, Surajkumar & Tirtha Thorat Own the 2nd Prize in “TECHNOVISION 17 Quick circuit making & debugging” Narhe Campus, Pune.
9. A National Level “Technology Dissemination Contest for Students (TDCS-2016) organized at Jayawantrao Sawant College of Engineering, Hadapsar, Pune

Contact Us

Head Of Department Moodle Coordinator T & P Coordinator T & P Coordinator
Dr. C. A. Manjare
Head Of Department
Room No.:402
020-26970289
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Prof. Yogendra P. Joshi
Moodle Coordinator
9421357890
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Prof. Devendra G. Ingale
T & P Coordinator
9689934205
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Prof. Hina Naaz
T & P Coordinator
7447377733
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Website Coordinator EDC Coordinator Admission Coordinator Admission Coordinator
Prof. Rohit. D. Gawade
Website Coordinator
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Dr. Sanjay B. Mohite
EDC Coordinator
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Prof. S. S. Dhamal
Admission Coordinator
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Prof. Mrs. Suvarna A. Wakure
Admission Coordinator
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