Electronics and Telecommunication is a versatile branch having applications in Industrial Automation, Telecommunication Industries, Chip and ASIC Designing, Mobile Technology, Multimedia & Video Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Biomedical Instrumentation, Nuclear & Power Sector, Satellite Communication, Remote Sensing, Defence Applications and many more.
The world is marching towards digitization and Government of India has taken an Initiative in that direction. The Electronics and Telecommunication engineer will play a vital role in realization of Digital India Concept.
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering provide an exposure to students by giving knowledge about all the domains to make them capable Technocrats.
Emerge as a center for quality education in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, so as to create competent professionals.
• To offer quality graduate program in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering aimed at fulfilling the needs of society and industry.
• To impart skills and develop scientific temper to solve complex technological problems of current times.
• To nurture ethics, talent and entrepreneurship to inculcate professional development of students.
Over the past two decades, Electronics & Telecommunication engineering has played a pivotal role in improving quality of human life and also contributed to the economic growth of our nation and the world at large. The primary objective of the department is to ensure good academic environment for all the students. The main emphasis is given on the overall development of the students to shape the professional career of the students as technocrat / techno manager. To bridge the gap between curriculum and industry requirement, the students are exposed to practical knowledge.
The department supports production of in-house kits and we take utmost care that students get more hands-on with self-design and implementation of circuits and projects. Our Electronics Devices and Circuits lab, Analog Circuit Design lab, Embedded and Electrical labs are currently equipped with our own designed kits. The department encourages students/researchers to carry out innovative research to match the needs of the technical education system, the industry and our society. The Department has signed MoUs with various organizations to provide live projects for UG and PG final year students in the field of DSP, VLSI, Embedded Systems, and Communication Systems etc. Regular Industrial
visits, workshops, internships and mini-projects are organized for students.
Presently, the department has well-qualified faculty members who have made significant contribution in various fields and have published research papers in reputed journals, international and national conferences. We encourage participation of students in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities as well.
Welcome to the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering where we hope you will be able to explore your full potential as a student and eventually make a remarkable mark in your professional life.
Dr. Sanjay L. Badjate
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Session 2017 – 2018
EVEN SEMESTER IV/VI & VIII SEM
|Sr. No.||Scheduled Date||Events|
|1||30th – 14th December||Aptitude Traning for VIII Semester|
|2||1st December, 2017||Start of Even Semester|
|3||2nd December, 2017||Display of Time-Table|
|4||4th December, 2017||Commencement of Classes (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|5||15th December, 2017||Commencement of Classes (Final Year)|
|6||15th December, 2017||Display of Internal Marks Policy|
|7||26th December, 2017||Display of Sessional Exam- I Time Table (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|8||29th-30th December, 2017||Skill Enhancement Program Module-I (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|9||3rd January, 2018||Display of Attendance: Monthly Attendance Submission with Syllabus Coverage|
|10||4th – 12th January, 2018||Sessional Exam – I (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|11||4th-6th January, 2018||Project Progress Seminar (Final Year)|
|12||5th January, 2018||Issue of Warning Letter-I to irregular students|
|13||5th – 9th January, 2018||Student Feedback – I|
|14||7th January, 2018||Display of Sessional Exam – I Timetable (Final Year)|
|15||13th – 20th January, 2018||“Manthan”-Student Development Program|
|16||15th – 23rd January, 2018||Sessional Exam – I (Final Year)|
|17||16th January, 2018||Display of Sessional Exam-I Marks, Submission of its CO attainment to the office of Dean Academics (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|18||16th January, 2018||Display of under-performer students list (course wise); Display of Remedial class Time Table for students (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|19||19th – 24th January, 2018||Conduction of Remedial Classes (Before/after normal class schedule) (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|20||26th – 28th January, 2018||Annual Tech Fest “Technotsav”|
|21||27th January, 2018||Alumni Meet|
|22||27th January, 2018||Display of Sessional Exam-I Marks, Submission of its CO attainment to the office of Dean Academics (Final Year)|
|23||27th January, 2018||Display of under-performer students list (course wise); Display of Remedial class Time Table for students (Final Year)|
|24||30th January – 3rd February, 2018||Conduction of Remedial Classes (Before/after normal class schedule) (Final Year)|
|25||2nd-3rd February, 2018||Skill Enhancement Program Module-II (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|26||3rd February, 2018||Display of Attendance: Monthly Attendance Submission with Syllabus Coverage|
|27||5th February, 2018||Issue of Warning Letter-II to irregular students|
|28||5th-10th February, 2018||Industrial Visit (2nd & 3rd year)|
|29||12th February, 2018||Display of Sessional Exam-II Timetable|
|30||15th-17th February||Project Seminar (Final Year)|
|31||20th – 27th February, 2018||Sessional Exam – II|
|32||3rd March, 2018||Display of Sessional Exam-II Marks, Submission of its CO attainment to the office of Dean Academics|
|33||3rd March, 2018||Display of under-performer students list (course wise); Display of Remedial class Time Table for students|
|34||5th – 10th March, 2018||Conduction of Remedial Classes (Before/after normal class schedule)|
|35||5th March, 2018||Display of Attendance: Monthly Attendance Submission with Syllabus Coverage|
|36||5th March, 2018||Display of Provisional Detention List; Submission of Provisional Detention List to the office of Dean Academics|
|37||6th March, 2018||Issue of Warning Letter-III to irregular students|
|38||5th – 10th March, 2018||Parent-Teacher Meet|
|39||5th – 10th March, 2018||Student Feedback – II|
|40||10th March, 2018||Skill Enhancement Program Module-II (2nd & 3rd Year)|
|41||17th March, 2018||Last Teaching Day|
|42||17th March, 2018||Display of Pre University Test (PUT) Timetable|
|43||20th March, 2018||Display of Final Attendance and Final Detention List; Final Attendance submission with Syllabus Coverage|
|44||20th March, 2018||Submission of Final Detention List to Dean Academics|
|45||21st March, 2018||Issue of Final detention Letter|
|46||26th March – 10th April, 2018||PUT & Internal Practical Examination|
|47||26th March – 10th April, 2018||Course Exit Feedback, Department Feedback & Facility Feedback|
|48||12th – 17th April, 2018||Activities for bright students (workshop/Seminar/Enhancement programmes/Case Studies/Mini-Projects etc.)|
|49||12th – 17th April, 2018||Remedial classes and other activities for under-performers (Identified from Sessional Exam I, II & PUT)|
|50||13th April, 2018||Display of PUT Marks, Submission of its CO attainment to the office of Dean Academics|
|51||16th April, 2018||Internals Marks Finalization (Theory & Practical)|
|1. The dates may change due to unforseen circumstances, hence all concerned to take note of the same and plan their activity accordingly.|
|Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering|
|Session : 2017-18 (ODD SEMESTER)|
|Sr. No.||Name of student||Name of Activity||Level of Activity||Winning
|9||Guarav kurdakar||Perfect Attendance||College||1st|
|17||Jshika Vora||Words Worth||College||2nd|
|19||Utkarsh Annapurne||Cricket Eyaluation||College||2nd|
|20||Saurabh Kshatriya||Cricket Eyaluation||College||2nd|
|21||Utkarsh Annapurne||Cricket Eyaluation||College||2nd|
|22||Saurabh Kshatriya||Cricket Eyaluation||College||2nd|
|Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering|
|Session : 2017-18 (ODD SEMESTER)|
|Sr. No||Name of student||Name of Activity||Level of Activity||Winning Position|
|2||Yogesh Jambhule||Robotics Module||National
|4||Pratik ambade||Robosoccer 2.0||Intercollegiate||2nd|
|5||Anando Sakhare||Robosoccer 2.0||Intercollegiate||2nd|
|7||Shivani Nandeshwar||Lan Gaming||College||1st|
|8||Ruchita Deshmukh||Mini Project||College||1st|
|15||Pooja Pal||Technical Poster Making||College||3rd|
|16||Utkarsh Sadawarti||Technical Poster Making||College||3rd|
|Sem and Exam||ETC|
|3rd Sem Winter 2017||45.45|
|5 th sem Winter 2017||81.43|
|7th sem Winter 2017||76.19|
List of University Toppers
|Sr. No.||Name of the Student||Branch & Semester||Marks||University Rank|
|1||ASHWINI CHANDRAPAWAR||ETC-3rd Sem||2||2|
|2||AMAN SHENDE||ETC-3rd Sem||9.11||3|
|3||KETAN RANDIVE||ETC-3rd Sem||9.11||3|
|4||SUSHMA THAKUR||ETC-3rd Sem||8.78||7|
|5||RUCHITA CHANDEKAR||ETC-3rd Sem||8.67||3|
|6||SWATI WASNIK||ETC-3rd Sem||8.59||10|
|Sr. No.||Name of the Student||Branch & Semester||SGPA||University Rank|
|1||Megha Ballamwar||ETC-5th Sem||9.30||1|
|2||Soma Shatrupa||ETC-5th Sem||9.15||2|
|3||Sana Shadab||ETC-5th Sem||9.07||3|
|4||Rupali Warulkar||ETC-5th Sem||9.00||4|
|5||Animesh Santoshwar||ETC-5th Sem||8.78||7|
|6||Sanket Gangare||ETC-5th Sem||8.74||8|
|7||Pravina Sawade||ETC-5th Sem||8.59||10|
|Sr. No.||Name of the Student||Branch & Semester||SGPA||University Rank|
|1||Latika Raut||VII ETC||8.96||9th|
S. B. Jain Institute of Technology, Management and Research, Nagpur
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
International / National Publication Details
|Sr no.||Name of faculty||Publication details|
|1||Dr. Sanjay Badjate||1. “Multi-Step ahead prediction of Internet Bandwidth using FTLRNN model”, International Journal of Intelligent Journal of Information Processing, Serial Publications, ISSN no.0973-3892 Vol. 2, no.2, pp 275-288, 2008.|
|2. “Novel FTLRNN model for short term and long term prediction of net flow chaotic time series”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Applications in Engineering, Technology and Sciences (IJ-ETA-ETS) ISSN no. 0974-3588, pp no.101-110. Issue July-08- December-2008.|
|3. “Multi step ahead prediction of laser time series using neural network models”, International Journal of Mathematical science and Engineering Applications, ISSN no. 0973-9424 Volume 2, No. IV, pp no. 39-55, 2008.|
|4. “A Novel Neural Network model for prediction of Lorenz chaotic time series”, International Journal of Engineering research and industrial applications (IJERIA). ISSN no.0974-1518, Vol.1, No. V, pp 127-145, 2008.|
|5.” Multi-step ahead prediction of Duffing chaotic time series using focused time lagged recurrent neural network model”, ADIT National Journal of Engineering, ISSN No.0973-3663, Vol.5, Number 1, December-08, pp. no.44-52,2008.|
|6. Novel FTLRNN Model For Short Term And Long Term Ahead Prediction Of Sun Spots Chaotic Time Series”, International Journal of Artificial Intelligence, ISSN No.1994-5450, Asian Network for Scientific Information (ANSI) Pakistan Vol.1 (2), pp 1-16, 2009.|
|7.Multi step ahead prediction of north and south hemisphere sun spots chaotic time series using focused time lagged recurrent neural network model”, International Journal of Information Science and Applications, ISSN WSEAS transactions, ISSN No.1790- 0832, issue 4, Vol. 6, pp No. 684-693, April-2009.|
|8.” Novel FTLRNN with gamma memory for short term and long term predictions of chaotic time series”, International Journal of Applied computational Intelligence and Soft Computing, Hindawi Publication Corporation New York USA,Vol.-2009, doi 10.1155/2009/364532, 2009.|
|9.”Short-term and long-term ahead prediction of northern hemisphere sunspots chaotic time series using dynamic neural network model”, International Journal of computer science and Application (IJCSA) ISSN no. 0974-1003, Vol.2, (2), July 2009.|
|10. Multi-step ahead prediction of chaotic time series using recurrent neural network model”, International Journal of computer science and Application (IJCSA) ISSN No. 0974-1011, April 2011.|
|11. “Implementation of Multi-LIN controllers in Master/Slave Configuration”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Applications in Engineering, Technology and Sciences (IJ-ETA-ETS) ISSN no. 0974-3588.|
|12.”FPGA Based Design & Implementation of Embedded System for Tilt Measurement”, International Journal of Advancements in Technology, ISSN 0976-4860, Vol 2, No 3, July 2011|
|13.“Implementation of Multi-LIN Controller in Master/Slave Configuration” IJREAS Impact Factor- 7.196 Volume 1,Issue 1, (ISSN 2294-3905) Page 32-44 Sept-2011|
|14. “A Novel Approach of LIN Protocols, Software Interface and Multi-LIN Controllers for Vehicular Application” IJERIA I.F.-1.07 Vol.5 Issue No. I, (ISSN 0974-1518) Page 47- Feb-2012|
|15. “Implementation of MIMO Encoding & Decoding in a Wireless Receiver”, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), PP- 26-31, March 2012.|
|16.” Design of Mixed Signal Interface chip for Healthcare System “, International Journal of Computer Application , IJCA – March 2012, Volume -3, Page No 78- 83.|
|17. “Design and Implementation of FPGA Based MIMO Decoder in Wireless Receiver”, International Journal of Research in Computer and Communication Technology (IJRCCT), Vol-1,PP-413-419,Issue 7, December 2012, ISSN 2278-5841.|
|18.“Modeling and Design of Annular Ring Microstrip Antenna” IJCA Proceedings on National Conference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering and Technology (NCIPET), pp 18-21, special issue, 2012.|
|19.”MIMO Technology for Wireless Communication and Wireless Computer Networking”,International Journal of Innovative Technology And Research (IJITR), Volume No. 1, PP-194-200, Issue No. 2, February – March 2013, ISSN 2320–5547.|
|20. “Compact Planar Directive Yagi Antenna For WLAN Application”, International Journal Of Electrical, Electronics And Data Communication, ISSN (P): 2320-2084, pp 7-11, Volume-1, Issue-2, April-2013.|
|21.”MIMO-Future Wireless Communication”, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), Volume-2, Issue-5, PP-102-106, April 2013, ISSN: 2278-3075.|
|22. “Diversity Techniques For Wireless Communication” International Journal of Advanced Research In Engineering And Technology (IJARET @ IAEME) , Volume-4, Issue-2, PP-144-160, March-April 2013, ISSN: 0976-6480 (Print), 0976-6499 (online).|
|23. “Systematic VLSI design and Implementation of Low Power High Speed Upsampler using Multirate” IJESIT (ISO9001. 2008 certified) Impact Factor-1.913, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 94-99 ISSN: 2319-5967, July-2013.|
|24 “A Pattern Diversity Compact MIMO Antenna Array Design for WLAN Application”, International Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering & Technology (IJECET) ISSN 0976 – 6464(Print), ISSN 0976 – 6472(Online), pp 134-139, special Issue 7, 2013.|
|25. “Yagi Uda Antenna With Integrated Balun For WLAN Application” International Journal of Computer Applications (0975-8887) special issue International Conference on Reliability, Infocom Technologies and Optimization, pp 21-24, 2013.|
|26. “Multirate DSP and its Techniques for Low Power High Speed VLSI of Interpolator Unit” International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences Applications (IJREAS) Impact Factor- 7.196, volume 3, Issue 7, pp. 12-20 ISSN: 2249-3905, July-2013.|
|27.”FPGA Based Design & Implementation of Alamouti MIMO Encoder for Wireless Transmitter”, International Journal of Science and Modern Engineering (IJISME),Volume -1, Issue-9, PP-13-16, August 2013, ISSN: 2319-6386.|
|28. “VLSI Design and Implementation of Low Power High Speed Unit of Decimator using Multirate DSP” International Journal of Engineering Research and Industrial Applications (IJERIA) Impact Factor-1.06 ISSN: 0974-1518, Vol.6, No.3, pp. 1-8, August-2013.|
|29. “Evolution of Dual Port Elliptical Monopole Antenna for Cognitive Radio Applications” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, ISSN (Print) 2320 – 3765, ISSN (Online) 2278 – 8875, Vol. 2, Issue 12, December 2013.|
|30.“Swastika shaped Monopole Antenna with Stubs for Cognitive radio Applications” International Journal of Research in Computer and Communication, ISSN (Online) 2278- 5841,ISSN (Print) 2320- 5156 , Vol. 2, Issue 12, December- 2013.|
|31. “To Develop and Implement Low power, high speed VLSI for processing the signal using Multirate Techniques” International Journal on Recent and Innovative Trends in Computing and Communication Impact Factor–5.837 ICV-5.75 ISSN: 2321-8169 Vol.5 Issue3 , March-2014.|
|31. FUZZY DRIVER COMMAND INTERPRETER FOR PARALLEL HYBRID VEHICLE, International Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research And Development (IJMERD), ISSN 2248 – 9347(Print) ISSN 2248 – 9355(Online), Volume 4, Number 1, pp. 01-09 , January – March -2014.|
|32. “FPGA Implementation of Low Power High Speed VLSI Architecture using Multirate Polyphase Filter” International Journal of Advance Scientific and Technical Research (IJASTR)Impact Factor-3.54 ICV-6.2, ISSN: 2249-9954, ISSUE 4, Vol.2, April-2014.|
|33.“A Circular Monopole with a Rectangular Microstrip Antenna for Cognitive Radio Applications” International Journal of Innovative Research in Science & Engineering ISSN (Online) 2347- 3207 Volume 2 Issue 4 ,April-2014|
|34. “Swastika shaped Monopole Antenna with stubs for Cognitive Radio Applications” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering ISSN (Print) 2320 – 3765, ISSN(Online) 2278 – 8875, Vol. 3, Issue 4, April-2014.|
|35. “Optimization of Multirate Polyphase Decimator using MCM and Digit serial Architecture”International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies (IJCSIT) Impact Factor–3.32 ISSN: 0975-9646 Vol.5 Issue 3, pp. 3899-3906 May-2014.|
|36.. “Design and Analysis of Low Power High Speed VLSI for DSP using Multirate Polyphase interpolator” International Journal of Ethics in Engineering and Management (IJEEE) Impact Factor-5.2 ISSN: 0975-9646 VOL.5 ISSUE 3, pp 221-229, June-2014.|
|37. “Evolution of UWB Slotted C Shaped Monopole Antenna for Cognitive Radio Applications” International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering (IJIREEICE) , ISSN (Online) 2321- 2004 ISSN (Print) 2321- 5526 Volume 2, Issue 11, November 2014.|
|38. “Design And Performance Analysis Of An Antenna With Defected Ground Structure For Cognitive Radio Applications” International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Sciences , ISSN 2319-9016 (Print), ISSN: 2319-9024 (Online) Vol3, No 4, October – December 2014.|
|39. “Design of 4-Shaped MIMO Antenna for Wireless Communication”, International Journal of Research in Advent Technology (E-ISSN: 2321-9637) Special Issue of ICATEST 2015,pp 347-351, March 2015.|
|40.“A Compact MIMO Antenna for Wireless Internet Access Application”, International Journal of Research in Advent Technology (E-ISSN: 2321-9637) Special Issue “ICATEST 2015”, pp 340-346, March 2015.|
|41. “Dual Elliptically Tapered Antipodal Slot Antenna (DETASA) For Cognitive Radio Applications” International Journal of Research in Engineering, Social Sciences, Impact Factor: 5.343, ISSN 2249-9482, Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2015.|
|42. “Circular Bow Tie Quasi Self Complimentary Antenna for Cognitive Radio Applications” SK International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Hub Impact Factor: 2.096, ISSN 2394-3122 (Online), Volume 2 Issue 4, April 2015.|
|43.“4 Shaped MIMO Antenna with Enhanced Isolation”, International Journal of Research in Electronics (IJRE), pp 18-22, Volume 2, Issue 04 2015.|
|44.” Reconfigurable FPGA Chip Design for Wearable Healthcare System “, International Journal of Computer Science and Network(IJCSN) ,Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2015.|
|45.Challenges in Designing Interface Chip for Wearable Health care System “, International Journal of Emerging technology and Advanced Engg. ISSN 2250-2459 Volume-5, page-12-16, May 2015.|
|46.” FPGA based Design for Wearable Health care System “, International Journal of Industrial Electronics and Electrical Engg. IJIEEE :- ISSN (e)- 2349- 204x Volume -3 Special Issue June 2015|
|47. “Crescent Shape MIMO Monopole Antenna for Wi-Fi / WiMax Application”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation And Control Engineering, (IJIREEICE), pp 116-120, Vol. 3, Issue 12, December 2015.|
|48. “Analysis of Bent Ground Plane on MIMO Antenna”, International Journal in Physical & Applied Sciences (IJPAS) pp 57-64, Vol.03 Issue-01, January, 2016.|
|49. “A Compact Multiband U shape MIMO Antenna for Wireless Application” International Journal of Wireless and Microwave Technologies (IJWMT) pp 61-71, Volume 6, Issue 5, September 2016.|
|50. ANN based intelligent energy management control of hybrid vehicle for improving fuel consumption, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE) e-ISSN: 2278-1684,p-ISSN: 2320-334X, Volume 13, Issue 1 Ver. V, PP 31-40, Feb. 2016.|
|51. Energy Management System for Hybrid Vehicle, IJSTE –International Journal of Science Technology & Engineering, volume 2,issue 12,june 2016,ISSN(online)2349-784X,pp 83-86.|
|52. Energy Management of Hybrid Vehicle Using Artificial Intelligence For Optimal Fuel Efficiency, international Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering (IJSCE) ISSN:2231-2307,2016.|
|53. International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering (IJATCSE) ISSN 2278 – 3091,2016|
|54. “Globally Asynchronous Locally Synchronous (GALS) Microprogrammed Parallel FIR Filter”, in IOSR Journal of VLSI and Signal Processing (IOSR-JVSP), Volume 6, Issue 5, Version 2,Sep – Oct. 2016, pp 15 – 21.(DOI: 10.9790/4200-0605021521)|
|55.” Design of up – down Counter as SAR logic for High Speed SAR ADC Used in Health Care System “, IEEE Xplore Digital Library -2016 Page 265- 268|
|56. 1V, 45 nm CMOS Novel Successive Approximation ADC with UP DOWN and RING Counter as SAR Logic “, International Journal on Recent & Innovation Trends in Computing & Communication. ISSN – 2321-8169 page 399 – 403 Volume -4 Issue -5 Year 2016|
|57. ” Mixed Signal Interface Chip and Communication for wearable Healthcare System “, International Journal of Research in Electronics and Communication Technology IJRECT – 2016.|
|2||Dr. Pratik R. Hajare||1. Optimization of Generalized Regression Neural Networks Using PSO and GA for Non-Performer Particles, IEEE International Conference on Recent Trends in Electronics, Information & Communication Technology (RTEICT-2016), 20-21 May, 2016|
|2. PSO optimized Feed Forward Neural Network for offline Signature Classification, Int. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, ISSN: 2248-9622, Vol. 5, Issue 7, (Part – 1), pp – 100-105, July 2015.|
|3. Initial Weights and Biases to Back propagation in Feed Forward Neural Network by Particle Swarm Optimization, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Advances in Engineering, ISSN: 0975-7074, Vol.7, No. III, pp – 1-11., July 2015.|
|4. Particle Swarm Optimized Radial Basis Network for prediction of Neural Network Benchmark Series, International Journal of Research in Advent Technology, Vol.3, No.8, August 2015, pp – 51-53.|
|5. Optimum weights and biases for feed forward neural network by particle swarm optimization , Int. J. Granular Computing, Rough Sets and Intelligent Systems, Vol. 4, No. 1, PP. 660-666, 2015.|
|6. Neural Network Optimization by Swarm Intelligence for Prediction & Classification, Shaastrarth 2015, An International Conference in Advanced Research Applications in Engineering and Technology, 29-30th June, 2015, Rungta College of Engineering & Technology, Bhilai, pp – 365-369.|
|7. Feed forward Neural Network optimization by particle swarm intelligence, 7th International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology (ICETET), pp. 40-45, 18-20 Nov. 2015, kobe, Japan.|
|8. BCI and Audio Response Approach for Improved Emotional State Classification, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 7, July 2015.|
|9. Emotion Detection from Brain and Audio Signal, International Journal of scientific research and management (IJSRM), volume-3, Issue-8, pp. – 3507-3510, 2015.|
|10. 1-D Cursor Movement using Brain Computer Interface, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering Vol. 4, Issue 8, August 2015.|
|11. Selection of Optimum Features for Neural Network Using Genetic Algorithm in Classification of Brain Computer Interface Data, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, pp. – 426-428, Vol. 4, Issue 7, July 2015.|
|12. Conversion of Region of Interest from One Block Size to Another in Compressed Domain, International Conference on Electronic Systems, Signal Processing and Computing Technologies (ICESC), 9-11 Jan. 2014, pp. 456 – 464, 2014.|
|13. Comparative Analysis of Improved Domino Logic Based Techniques for VLSI Circuits, International Journal of Engineering Research and General Science Volume 2, Issue 3, April-May 2014.|
|14. Comparative Analysis Domino Logic Based Techniques For VLSI Circuit, International Journal of Computers & Technology, vol. 12, No 8, (2014).|
|3||M. W. Khanooni||1. Classification of Mental Task for Brain Computer Interface Using Artificial Neural Network,International Journal of recent trends in engineering and Research/ISSN(online):2455-1457, impact factor : 4.101, March 2017|
|2. Industrial Automation for quality control by SCADA,International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology/ Volume:04 Issue:04 | Apr- 2017/ e-ISSN:2395-0056,p-ISSN: 2395-0072 and Impact Factor : 5.181,April 2017|
|3. Network on Chip Router with Power Management Unit for Improved Network Fabric Power Efficiency, International Journal of recent trends in engineering and Research/ISSN(online):2455-1457, impact factor : 3.344, May 2017|
|4. Noc Router With Dedicated Power Management Unit, International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Tech. (IJRASET), ISSN: 2321-9653; IC Value: 45.98; SJ Impact Factor:6.887
Volume 5 Issue XI November 2017- 18
|5. Low Complexity Frequency Logic Controller For Network On Chip Router, Elixir International Journal,Elixir Elec. Engg. 108 47560 (2017) 47560-47562|
|6.Survey of Power Optimization Techniques for Network on Chip, Recent Trends in Control and Optimization of Power Systems Volume 2 Issue 2, 2017|
|7. Design and Simulation of Power Efficient Network on Chip using Dedicated Power Management Unit, “RECENT ADVANCES IN ELECTONICS, TELE COMMUNICATION, ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTING( ICETEC-2017).PCE|
|4||Dr. Prashil M. Junghare||1.“Structural & Material Analysis of Acousto-Optic Sensing Mandrel Using FEA Technique for higher sensitivity” IJISET Journal -Vol. 4, Issue 11, November 2017|
|2. “ A Novel high Resolution DOA Estimation Design Algorithm of Close Sources Signal for Underwater Conditions” IJRET, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 4; – April 2016|
|3. “Comparative Study on various method of” IJRET, International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 4; – April 2016|
|4. “A Review on Underwater Acoustic Signal Sensing Mandrel” IJFMO,, ISSN- 3855 – 0154 VOL 2 Issue 6 June 2015 Paper 21|
|5. “Mach-Zehnder Interferometer Sensor for Acoustic Detection with Optinal Performance” IOSR Journal, Vol.2, Issue 5 Sep-Oct-2012|
|6. ”Design and Performance analysis of optical fiber based interferometer sensor for higher sensitivity” IJAER Journal Vol.1, Issue 1, Oct-2012|
|7. A High Resolution DOA estimation approach for acoustic signal in underwater scenario, ICICCI-2017|
|8. A review on Node Activity detection, selfish and malicious behavioral pattern using watchdog algorithm, ICICCI-2017|
|9. Node Localization using range free model in mobile sensor network, ICISC-17|
|10. A Novel Approach on High Resolution DOA Estimation Architecture of Acoustic Signal Source for Underwater Condition, IEEE CRALT-16|
|5||Abhay R. Kasetwar||1.Adaptive Power Line Interference Canceller: A Survey, International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology 5 (2) Jan (2013), 319-326.|
|2.A Survey of FPGA Based Interference Cancellation Architectures for Biomedical Signals, International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics (ICCCI), Coimbtore, Jan 04 – 06 (2013).|
|3.A New Approach to Adaptive Power Line Interference Removal, Research in Computing Science, 103 (2015) 41–49.|
|6||Amit A. Kale||1. Encompassing of 4G Technology, NCIPET, 2013, page no 178-181.|
|2. RISC Processor for Circular Convolution, NCIPET,2013, page no 446-449|
|7||Rahul K. Hiware||1. Peltier Based Eco-Friendly Smart Refrigerator for Rural Areas, IJARCSSE, Volume 7, Issue 5, May 2017 pp. 718-721, ISSN: 2277 128X|
|2. 5G:World Wide Wireless Web,ICSESD-2017, 27thMay 2016, JIT, Nagpur|
|3. Application Mapping Methodology for Reconfigurable Architecture, Book Chapter in Springer-Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol. 50, page no. 11-15,|
|4. Design and Simulation of an Energy Scavenger for Microsystem, IC-QUEST 2016, 12thApril 2016, BDCOE-Wardha.|
|5. Design & Implementation of CAN Bus for Intelligent Vehicle using Sensors System, IJIRST, Volume 2, Issue 11, p151-155, April 2016, ISSN (online): 2349-6010|
|6. Configuration Memory Based Dynamic Coarse Grained Reconfigurable Multicore Architecture for 8 Point FFT, ICETET-2015, IEEE Conference Publications, p19-22., 18-20 Nov. 2015, Kobe-Japan. (Published in: IEEE Explore)|
|7. Configuration memory based dynamic coarse grained reconfigurable multicore architecture, TENCON 2013 – 2013 IEEE Region 10 Conference, p1-5, 22-25 Oct. 2013, Xi’an-China. (Published in: IEEE Explore)|
|8. Implementation of Speed Controller of PMDC Motor: A Fuzzy Logic Based Approach, NCIPET-2013, 17 Feb.2013, Nagpur.|
|9. Lossless Data Compression Using Golomb Rice Codes, NCIPET-2013, 17 Feb.2013, Nagpur.|
|10.Calibration of Smart DP Transmitter with Zero Trim and Full Trim by using HART Communicator, NCIPET-2013, 17 Feb.2013, Nagpur.|
|11. Design of Homogeneous Multi-Core based Vehicular Embedded Controller, International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), vol.- 28(5), p40-47, August 2011|
|8||Arpit Yadav||1. Design of Process Variation 3T1D-Based DRAM Using CADENCE, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, June 2012, Volume 2, (ISSN 2250-2459).|
|2. Analysis of CMOS RF low nose amplifier at different operating frequencies and Technology, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, June 2015, Volume 2, Issue 3, .(e -ISSN 2395-0056 p- ISSN 2395-0072),|
|9||Mrs. Nicky S. Balani||1. Classification of Mental Task for brain computer interface using artificial neural network, IJRTER, March 2017,volume3, issue3.|
|2. MPPT for Wind Energy Conversion with Simplified Curve Fitting Approach, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, March – April 2017,|
|3. “EFFICIENT DESIGN OF FLOATING POINT MATRIX CALCULATIONS USING VHDL”, IJERA(ISSN: 2248-9622)|
|4. “A MODIFIED GOLUMB ENCODER AND DECODER FOR TEST VECTOR COMPRESSION”, National Conference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering & Technology” NCIPET-2013, Published by International Journal of Computer Application (IJCA)|
|5. “DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MODIFIED GOLUMB ENCODER AND DECODER FOR TEST VECTOR COMPRESSION USING VHDL”, Published by INVENTI (ISSN 2230-8202), VLSI Volume 2013, Issue 2, March 2013.|
|10||Yogesh S. Sharma||1. Nanorobotics/ National Conference on Electronics and Communication, 22/12/2010 – 24/12/2010, MITS, Gwalior|
|2. Digital Image Processing/ National Conference on Electronics and Communication, 22/12/2010 – 24/12/2010, MITS, Gwalior|
|3. Alternative Fuel/Novel Horizons & Prospects of Industry Institute Interaction, 05/02/2012 – 03/02/2013, SSACOE, Wardha|
|4. Active Remote Sensing/Novel Horizons & Prospects of Industry Institute Interaction, 05/02/2012 – 03/02/2013, SSACOE, Wardha|
|5. FPGA Implementation of SPI and I2C Communication Bridge/Global Trends in Engineering and Management, 21/03/2013 – 22/03/2013, JDCOE, Nagpur|
|6. Retinal Blood Vessels Extraction from Diabetic Retinopathy Imagery Using Contrast Limited Adaptive Histogram Equalization and Morphological Operations/IJGIP, Volume 4 – Issue 1, Pg. 85-89, February 2014|
|7. FPGA Implementation of SPI and I2C Communication Bridge, IJMAN, Volume 4 – Issue 1, Pg. 97-103, February 2014|
|8. Intelligent Energy billing & security system, IJRACSSE, Volume 4 – Issue 2, Pg. 291 -294 February 2014|
|9. Low Cost Pneumatic Glass Climbing Robot/IJETMAS, Volume 3-Issue 4, Pg. 95-99, April 2015|
|11||Mohammad Waseem Akram||1.MPPT for Wind Energy Conversion System with Closed Loop Converter Control”, NUicone 2012, IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1255R-PRT, ISBN: 978-1-4673-1720-7|
|2. “MPPT for Wind Energy Conversion with Simplified Curve Fitting Approach”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Volume 8 Issue 3 March-April 2017|
|12||Preeti Mankar||1. “Design of Reconfigurable FFT for Wireless Communication Applications”, IJARCSSE, April 2014, Volume 4 Issue 4.|
|2. “Design of Reconfigurable FFT/IFFT for Wireless Application” IJERGS, April-May 2014, Volume 2 Issue 3.|
|3.”Implementation of 8 Point FFT with IEEE 754 Floating Format for OFDM System” IJRITCC Volume 2, Issue 7, July 2014|
|4.”Remotely controlled E Notice Board” IJSRST Volume 3, Issue 2 , 2017|
|13||Kiran R. Barapatre||1. CMOS Full Adder for Energy Efficient Arithmetic Applications, IJEDR , June 2014 Vol.2, Issue 2, Number(s) -1427-1430,|
|2. Advance Driver Assistance System by Using Wireless Technology, IJEEE, Jan – June- 2015,Volume 7, Issue 1, , Page Number(s) -51-56|
|3. IVUS Detection using Image Processing: A Review, IJIRCCE, March 2015,Volume 3,Issue 3, ,Page Number(s) -2549-2553|
|4. Electronic Unique Identification Device (UID), IJARCSSE , April 2015,Volume 5, Issue 4, Page Number(s) -295-299,|
|5. A Performance Comparison of X.25, Frame Relay and ATM in High Speed networks-A Review, IJIRCCE, March 2017,Volume 5, Issue 3, , Page Number(s) -3734-3743,|
|6. Energy-Efficient CMOS full Adder for Arithmetic Application, 2nd National Conference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering & Technology (NCIPET-2013), Organized by S.B.Jain Institute of Technology, Management & Research, Nagpur on dated 17th February 2013.|
|7. Advance Driver Assistance System by Using Wireless Technology, International conference on “Emerging trends in technology science & upcoming Research in computer science” on 25th April,2015,Page Number(s) -292-297|
|8. “Combined wavelet based UWB communication waveform” IEEE 1st International conference on “Telecommunication & Computing” on 18-20 December,2013 at KITs, Ramtek|
|14||Mrs. Bhakti Duddalwar||1.Tumor Detection In Mammograms Using Wavelet Algorithm : A Review, ICGTI (3rd international conference), March 2014, B53-B59 (Journal)|
|2.Tumor Detection In Mammograms Using Wavelet Algorithm : A Review, RTITC (2nd national conference), November 2013, RTITC 13/28|
|15||Pankaj Taklikar||1.Implementation of ASK, PSK and FSK on FPGA, IJOAR, 2014, 1.|
|2.Animatronic Hand Using Arduino, IJSRST,Vol.3,2017,70|
|16||Omprakash Piprewar||1. Design of On-chip Energy Scavenger for Low Energy Electronics, National Conference on RAECE-2015 AT IIT, ROORKEE ON DATED 13 FEB 2015.|
|2.5TH International conference on Quality Up-gradation in Engg Science & Technology, Design and simulation of an energy scavenger for microsystem at BDCOE, Wardha on dated 12 APR 2016.|
|17||Anuprita S. Kale||1. “Design and Analysis of On-Chip Router for Network On Chip, International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology”, July to Aug Issue 2011, ISSN: 2231-2803, Page 182-186|
|2. “Design and Analysis of On-Chip Router for Network On Chip, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering”, ISSN 2250-2459, Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2012 Page 143-147|
|3. ”Energy aware air pollution monitoring system using WSN”, International Journal of advances in innovative research, ISSN:2278-7844, Vol.2, Issue 3, pp. 780-784|
|4. “A Wireless Communication through Light”, International conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science, Nagpur, 30 March 2014.|
|5. “Autonomous Agile Aerial Autobots”, International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Energy and Manufacturing Engineering, Dubai(UAE), 7 and 8 Jan 2015|
|18||Vijay K. Matta||1.“Design and Analysis of Mems Cantilever Switch”, IJERECE, 2015, vol2|
|2. “Design and Implementation of FFT Processor Using Vedic Multiplier With High Throughput”, IJETAE, 2013, vol3|
|19||Ms. Rasika Belsare||1.Performance Evaluation of PAPR in OFDM system based on PTS and SLM Techniques , International Journal of Engineering and Research Technology (IJERT), Vol. 3 – Issue 3 (March – 2014), 2278-0181|
|2.“A Review Performance Evaluation of PAPR in OFDM system based on PTS and SLM Techniques” National Conference on Recent Trends in Information ,Telecommunication and Computing.(RTITC),2013|
|3.“Reconfigurable Computing Systems” National Conference on Recent Trends in Information, Telecommunication and Computing(RTITC),2012|
|20||Ayushi Jaiswal||1. “Embedded Wireless Data Acquistion System for unmanned vehicle in Underwater Enviornment” IEEE- Ocean Engineering Society ISSN-9781479982998|
|2. Mobile Robot Controller using Fuzzy Logic Algorithm, ICQUEST 2016 ISSN 22780181|
|3. Scada for Remote Industrial Plant Operation- IJRS- Vol- 2 ISSN 2319-7064|
|4. Review wireless data Aquistion System for unmanned vehicle in Underwater Enviornment”IJARSH USSN- 24542202 vOL-2 Oct-Dec 2016|
|21||Mayur Tembhurney||1. “Simulation and Analysis of NLMS and RLS Algorithms Using AWGN Channel” International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Management, Tembhurney, 7(2) April-June 2017, 160 163, ISSN: 2277-5528.Vol.7|
|2. “Performance of Novel RLS Adaptive Filtering for Speech Enhancement Using Frequency Modulation” Global Journal of Advanced Engineering Technologies and Sciences, Tembhurney, 4(6): June 2017, pp. 20-22, ISSN 2349-029|
|22||Sonam S. Kurda||1. Design approach for Scenario Based Brain Signal Evaluation & Managing over IoT, IRJET, Volume 4 Issue 12, December 2017.|
|23||Chaitali A. Darode||1. Indoor object Tracking system using doppler Effect and MIMO System,4th International Conference on Innovations in Information, Embedded and Communication Systems(ICIIECS) Vol. 05 page No.155-158|
Innovations and Best Practices in Teaching Learning
Teaching and learning innovative practices are introduced to raise the curiosity of a student in wide domain to encourage the students to question the obvious and to increase the interaction in the class.
Rapid advancement in technology is one of the major issues that affect the teaching/learning process. The facilitators find it difficult to keep pace with the techno-savvy learners. Further there is rapid change taking place in technology which aggravates the problem. Keeping the audience captivated throughout the lecture is another challenge. The facilitator is required to use a variety of tools to keep the learner engaged in the learning process since access to a variety of tools all the time may not be possible. Today knowledge is just a click away to the learner; a challenge faced by facilitators is to keep pace with the latest news and happenings. The teaching/learning process is given immense importance in the institute. The institute trains their facilitators continuously to help them enhance their teaching abilities.
The evidence of success is visible, qualitatively as well as quantitatively. The qualitative factor improves etiquettes and desire to understand. Also it changes the overall perspective towards life. The quantitative factor improves academic performance and motivates participation in co-curricular activities. Students who have graduated are performing extremely well in the corporate world. Some students have put their learning into application by starting their own businesses.
Following are the best and innovative practices undertaken by the faculty members for improving teaching and learning experience.
|Sr. No.||Best Practices||Goals||Context|
|1||Power Point Presentations||To enhance the overall comprehension of students and allows teachers to present their lessons in a more dynamic way.||Ø It provides the ability to equip presentations with different types of media – including images, sounds, animations, and much more.
Ø This enhances the students’ abilities to retain what is being taught, especially to those who are visual learners.
Ø Teachers can focus on the class and interacting with the students instead of writing on a board, because the text and the entire presentation are already there in the form of a PowerPoint file.
|2||Student Seminars||The overall objective of this activity is to motivate students for self Study and Group Study.||Ø This best practice enhances the Listening ability.
Ø Being working in a team Leadership quality of students builds up.
Ø Team building of students grows as they work in a Team.
Ø The communication skill gets build up by Oral Communication in seminars.
Ø Student takes responsibility while working in a team.
Ø Sharing of Knowledge uplifts while preparing.
Ø Students learn Time Management skill.
Ø Students learn to deal with conflicting opinions.
Ø For delivering seminars students prepare, Produce and use visual aids for presentation.
|3||Group Discussion||To develop skills in interpersonal communication and in expressing views in a clear and concise manner.||Ø Learn from other people’s experiences and background knowledge.
Ø Gain perspective and point of view which increases the listening and interpersonal skill.
Ø Identify and sort out the communication opinions.
|4||Industrial Visits||To provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies and industries.||Ø Industrial visit is considered as one of the tactical methods of teaching.
Ø The main reason behind this is helps student to know things practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices.
Ø It also provides a good opportunity to the students to gain awareness about industrial practices.
Ø Through industrial visit students get awareness about new technologies.
|5||Moodle Server Access||Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalized learning environments.||Ø Moodle is used for blended learning, distance education and other e-learning projects in institute.
Ø With customized management features, it is used to create private websites with online courses for educators and trainers to achieve learning goals.
|6||Sessional and pre-university examinations||To broaden knowledge, create competitions, develop personality and confidence, enhance learning||Ø Balanced and fair evaluation of individual student.
Ø Accurate judgment to classify weak and strong students.
|7||Mini and Major technical projects||To expand technical understandings through development in terms of software solutions and hardware implementation for industrial/societal problems.||Ø Create opportunities to explore theory, to research and present a pilot project with a possibility of further development, to test a technical insight, to apply intellectual learning, or to challenge skills as well as understandings within a particular field.|
|8||Communication Skill Development||To improve verbal skills for effective public speaking||Ø The practice enhances Listening and Oral Communication dexterity.
Ø Sharing of Knowledge by communicating in regular interaction
Ø Time management accomplished by delivering seminar.
Ø Vocabulary & public speaking ability gets personified.
Ø Dealing with conflicting rules of English & effectively tackle grammatical rules.
Ø Have a good word power & communication.
|9||One to one internal viva voce in labs||To groom students for technical interview skills||Ø Increases the performance level of Candidate in the Interview and help them to enhance the overall personality.
Ø Increases Technical Knowledge.
|10||Virtual labs||To provide remote-access to Labs in various disciplines of Science and Engineering||Ø To motivate students to conduct experiments by arousing their curiosity.
Ø This helps them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.
Ø This practice provides a complete Learning Management System around the Virtual Labs where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self evaluation.
|11||Contents beyond syllabus in theory and labs hours||To bridge the gap between syllabus & recent trends in Engineering & Technology.||Ø It is empirically proven that interests in subjects are sparked by factors that are not always related to the curriculum.
Ø It makes students curious and encourages them to take more interest in the topic and enhance their learning process.
Ø Students shall be encouraged to work with innovative ideas and shall focus on current technological trends to do their Seminars and Projects.
|12||Open ended experiments
(Extended Lab hours)
|To inculcate self-thinking and encouragement to develop their own experiments related to their topic of study.||Ø To enhance learning outcomes in laboratory works.
Ø Students are expected to formulate their own strategies, with appropriate reasoning, knowledge background and logical justification.
Ø Develop self-directed, reflective, lifelong learners who can integrate knowledge, think critically and work collaboratively with others which are highly desirable in the professionalism and career path.
|13||NPTEL Videos||To enhance the quality of engineering education, on tip compatibility & resources for beyond curriculum.||Ø online course contents and interactions between faculty members in science and engineering using the best academics practices
Ø About 70 courses offered by faculty in various departments and to students at all technical levels are given here.
Ø Setting up internal resources for implementing virtual online certification programmes in science and engineering
|14||Aptitude training and tests||To cater the needs of students for placements and other competitive exams||Ø Aptitude refers to the competency of a person to learn or acquire knowledge
Ø By learning the aptitude skills, students will be able to tackle presence of mind situation.
Ø To identify & resolve the complex problems.
Ø The activity helps in Training & Placements process.
Ø The goals & motives of future Career Selection open with the passing time.
|15||Zero theory and zero lab hours||To acquaint students with the basics and depth of subject/practical and to demonstrate resources being available for efficient learning||Ø Understanding the prerequisite of the subject Syllabus & Importance of the subject Application of the subject
Ø Know your laboratory Major equipments in lab
Ø Activity based on lab equipments
|16||Spoken Tutorial||Process of active learning method which greatly improves understanding. To learn and use open source software||Ø Initiative of the ‘Talk to a Teacher’ activity for building up interaction
Ø An audio video resource that teaches open source software
Ø Platform to share topic, script or video since it is well known that watching and listening someone explain a process that greatly improves understanding.
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