ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

This is the most advanced department in Engineering and deals with the latest advancements in the field of engineering & technology. This branch covers diverse aspects of Microelectronics, Telecommunication, Computer Vision, Electromagnetics, Light Wave Engineering, Mechatronics etc. The department provides ultramodern, state of the art technologies for practicing various innovations and research topics for the students. Industry visits to telecommunication and electronics industries are planned by this department.


Vision

Recognized as value based educational center to develop electronics engineers for promoting Innovative ideas and research to meet challenges of modern Industrial society for the benefit of mankind.

Mission

  • To facilitate high quality technical education in the field of electronics Engineering and to apply technology in the service of Humanity.
  • Enable students to develop and provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary projects.
  • Create Research environment to meet ever changing needs of the modern Industrial society.
  • To Provide ethical and professional education by promoting activities addressing the societal needs.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To prepare students to give good theoretical background with sound practical knowledge, enable them to analyze and solve Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems by applying basic principles of mathematics, science and engineering using modern tools and techniques
  2. To make students to test hardware components and software for offering solution to real life situations.
  3. To inculcate students to be sensitive to ethical, societal and environmental issues while pursuing their professional duties.
  4. To build strong fundamental knowledge amongst students to pursue higher education and to enhance research and continue professional development in Electronics, Communication and IT industries with attitude for lifelong learning.
  5. To nurture students with technical and communication skills in order to be able to function on multidisciplinary fields and make them aware of contemporary issues at national and international levels.
  6. To develop students for team-works and managerial skills leading to entrepreneurship and leadership.

Program Outcomes(PO)

  1. To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. To identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.
  3. To 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.
  4. To 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.
  5. To 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.
  6. To 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.
  7. To understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  8. To apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. To function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. To 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.
  11. To demonstrate knowledge and understanding of t h e 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.
  12. To 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.

Sr.No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification Experience In Yrs. E-mail-ID
1 Dr. Karande Kailash Jagannath Principal M.Tech, Ph.D (E&TC) 22 kailash.karande@sknscoe.ac.in
2 Dr. Prafulla D. Gawande Professor Ph.D 24 prafulla.gawande@sknscoe.ac.in
3 Dr. Mukesh Singh Associate Professor Ph.D. 16 Mukesh.Singh@sknscoe.ac.in
4 Mr. Jagadale Amol Bhupal Associate Professor M.Tech.(E&TC), Ph.D Pursuing 18 amol.jagadale@sknscoe.ac.in
5 Mr. Mulani Altaaf Osman Assistant Professor & HOD M.Tech.(E&TC), Ph.D Pursuing 16.5 altaaf.mulani@sknscoe.ac.in
6 Mrs. Pise Anjali Chetan Assistant Professor M.E. (Digital System) 14.5 anjali.pise@sknscoe.ac.in
7 Mrs. Surwase Sudha Vijaysinh Assistant Professor M.E.(Electronics), Ph.D Pursuing 14.5 sudha.surwase@sknscoe.ac.in
8 Mr. Harale Avidada Dasharath Assistant Professor M.Tech. Electronics, Ph.D Pursuing 10.1 avidada.harale@sknscoe.ac.in
9 Mr. Birajdar Ganesh Basawraj Assistant Professor M.E. (Signal Processing) 5.2 ganesh.birajadar@sknscoe.ac.in
10 Mr. Jundale Vikrant Baburao Assistant Professor M.E. (E&TC) 7.5 vikrant.jundale@sknscoe.ac.in
11 Mr. Gangonda Siddheshwar Sangameshwar Assistant Professor M.E. (Signal Processing) 7.9 siddheshwar.ganginda@sknscoe.ac.in
12 Mr. Linge Ganesh Vasant Assistant Professor M.E.(Electronics) 7.2 ganesh.linge@sknscoe.ac.in
13 Mr. Patil Suryakant Shivajirao Assistant Professor M.E. (Electronics) 6.1 suryakant.patil@sknscoe.ac.in
14 Mr. Deshpande Hrushikesh Suresh Assistant Professor M.E. (Electronics) 4.4 hrushikesh.deshpande@sknscoe.ac.in
15 Ms. Daithankar Mrunmayee Vijaykumar Assistant Professor M.E. (Electronics) 2.7 mrunmayee.daithankar@sknscoe.ac.in
16 Mr. Bhosale Vishwajit Vidyadhar Assistant Professor M.E. (Electronics) 4.5 vishajit.bhosale@sknscoe.ac.in
17 Ms. Bankar Priyanka Vasant Assistant Professor M.E. (Electronics) 1.3 priyanka.bankar@sknscoe.ac.in
18 Mr. Vincent George Assistant Professor M.Sc. B.Ed 30 vincent.george@sknscoe.ac.in
19 Mr. Khaire Rajaram D. Assistant Professor M.A (Geog), B.Ed (Physical Education), M.Ed. 10 rajaram.khaire@sknscoe.ac.in
20 Mr. Raviraj Arvind Kanade Assistant Professor M.E. 9 raviraj.kanade@sknscoe.ac.in
21 Mr. Santosh Laxman Kulangi Assistant Professor M.E. VLSI & Embedded System 6 santosh.kulangi@sknscoe.ac.in

Linear Integrated Circuit Lab

Linear Integrated Circuits Lab has the facilities for design of operational amplifier and to study its application.

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Series inverter, Line synchronized UJT firing Kit, single phase half controlled rectifier

Project Lab

Project Lab has the facilities of implementing electronic components and design of PCB

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Phenix PCB Film Exposure and Etching, Auto compute LCR-Q meter, PCB power drill Machine

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Signal Processing Lab has facilities for studying different types of signals. To study Signal transformation in various domains

Major Equipments in Lab

  • APLAB 2 MHz Multiwaveform generator, Response of RLC network Trainer, Potentiometer as error detector

Embedded System Lab

Embedded Systems Lab has facilities for coding and programming real-time systems

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Blue Board ARM7, 8051 trainer kits, Industrial PLC system,APLAB 60 MHz DSO

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab has facilities for programming with 8085 and 8255 ICs

Major Equipments in Lab

  • APLAB 20 MHz Dual trace oscilloscope, 8085 Trainer kit, 8255 study kit

Electronics and Telecommunication Students’ Association(ETELSA)

Formation of ETELSA

    ETELSA, or the Electronics and Telecommunication Students’ Association, is an association formed by the students of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering to foster the growth of knowledge in the field amongst the students.

Objectives of ETELSA

  • Enhance the knowledge and awareness in the field of E&TC Engineering through meetings, discussions and other such activities.
  • Create a spirit of brotherhood and co-operation amongst the members of the Association.
  • Develop leadership and inculcate a sense of responsibility amongst the members of the Association.
  • Encourage the students by awarding prizes to students showing bright performance in all the fields.
  • Extend every possible help to the college students for overall progress of the students and institution.

Activities Conducted By ETELSA

Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE ISF)

Formation of IETE

    The college started in the year 2010 comprising five branches Mechanical, Electronics and Telecommunication, Civil, Electrical and Computer Science and Engineering. Telecommunications engineering or telecom engineering is a major field within Electronic engineering. The work ranges from basic circuit design to strategic mass developments. A telecommunication engineer is responsible for designing and overseeing the installation of telecommunications equipment and facilities, such as complex electronic switching systems, copper telephone facilities, and fiber optics. Telecom engineering also overlaps heavily with broadcast engineering.
    With this thought, the Principal, HOD along with faculty members and students of department decided to open some platform to strengthen the curriculum for enhancing the overall personality of student. So, the department of Electronics and telecommunication engineering came with the proposal of forming a student’s forum (IETE ISF) which will work for overall development of students in the Year 2013-14. On the behalf of this decision Prof. A. C. Pise, is appointed as an IETE ISF Staff Coordinator of E&TC Department.

About IETE

The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) founded in 1953 is one of the leading Professional Society in India. With the great vision of founder and subsequent forefathers and stalwarts who were leading light of the Institution IETE, have been devoting and contributing for the advancement of Science and Technology in the fields of Electronics, Communication Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology and other related subjects. The major focus of IETE is to provide engineering education i.e. Degree and Diploma level certifications to younger generation at affordable cost who cannot afford it through regular & private engineering institutions at exorbitant cost. IETE has got two streams of Student base. First wing is the students of alma-mater, IETE, viz, the pass outs of DIPIETE, AMIETE and ALCCS students. For them we have an Alumni Association formed in 2013 and the Second one is the Engineering students studying in Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics across the Country. This wing is the ISF (IETE Students Forum ). More than 550 live ISFs are functioning in India today with a student membership of more than 60,000.

Committee

Objectives of ISF

  • Improving standard of Engineering Education.
  • Counseling the students in the emerging new opportunities.
  • Encouraging and motivating the outside Class room studies /Workshops/ projects/ Seminars.
  • Increasing the student base and corporate membership of IETE.

Activities:

  • To plan, organize Technical Programs, Special Lectures, Workshops, Seminars Symposia, Exhibitions for the benefit of students.
  • To provide common platform for students to exchange of ideas in technical topics of interest, e.g., curriculum, employment, higher educational opportunities, emerging trends, etc.
  • To facilitate technical visits, project works, employment, contact with industries and academic institutions.
  • Encourage team spirit and self reliance among student members.
  • ISFs should be a catalyst for the overall growth in technical and professional skills in young students

Activities Conducted By IETEISF


faculty Achievements

Sr.NO Name of staff Credentials
1 Dr. K.J. Karande Received Prestigious European Fellowship for training at Aalborg University Denmark on Project Based Learning. (www.erasmus.mobilityforlife.aau.dk).
2 Dr. K.J. Karande Chairman Board of Studies for Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at Solapur University Solapur.
3 Dr. K.J. Karande Received state level “Navratna Prerana Puraskar” by Maharashtra Patrakar Sangh and Mahawarta News on 30th Nov 2014
4 Mr. A. O. Mulani State Level Advisory committee member in International Conference on Science and Technology at S.B. Patil College of Engineering, Indapur held at 21th and 22nd Feb 2014.
5 Mr. A. B. Jagadale Qualified GATE 2012
6 Mrs. A. C. Pise Appreciation from IETE For establishing IETE Student Forum In SKN Sinhgad College of Engineering, Korti, Pandharpur
7 Mrs. S. V. Surwase Appreciated performance in one week Technical Communication Workshop conducted by IIT Bombay with certificate for “Exceptional Performance”.
8 Mr. G. B. Birajadar Appreciation Certificate from Imperial Society of Innovation Engineers (ISIE) as Faculty Advisor organized at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh from 25th - 29th March 2016
9 Ms. M.V. Daithankar Appreciated performance in one week Technical Communication Workshop conducted by IIT Bombay with certificate for “Exceptional Performance”.
10 Ms. M.V. Daithankar Qualified GATE 2016
11 Mr. G. B. Birajadar Achieved Pune University Rank 7th in M.E.
12 Mr. G. B. Birajadar Appreciation Certificate from Imperial Society of Innovation Engineers (ISIE) as Faculty Advisor organized at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh from 25th - 29th March 2016
13 Mr. S. S. Gangonda Achieved Pune University Rank 8th in M.E.
14 Mr. G. B. Birajadar Selected in staff exchange program for Rwanda (Africa)

Student Achievements

Students Received Fellowship

Sr.NO Year Name of Student University Country
1 2016-17 Sonia Navale University of Rome Tor Vergata Italy

University Rankers


Publication

Books and Monographs Publication

Sr.NO Author Name of Book ISBN Number Publisher
1 Dr. K. J. Karande Feature Extraction by Independent Component Analysis 978-81-89866-74-7 Advances in Computer Vision and Information Technology by I K International Publication Pvt. Ltd.
2 Dr. K. J. Karande Face Recognition Using Independent Component a Analysis Under Variation Of Pose, Illumination & Facial Expression 978-3-659-19359-0 LAMBERT Academic Publishing,Germany
3 Dr. K. J. Karande Independent Component Analysis Of Edge Information For Face Recognition 978-81-322-1511-0 LAMBERT Academic Publishing,Germany
4 Dr. K. J. Karande Fundamental optimized AES algorithm design in FPGA 978-3-659-86352-3 LAMBERT Academic Publishing,Germany
5 Dr. K. J. Karande Modular Independent Component Analysis for Face Recognition Accepted By Springer Series Springer series: Springer Briefs in Computational Intelligence
6 Mr. A. O. Mulani Basic Electronics 978-1-365- 61278-7 Crescent Publication
7 Mr. A. O. Mulani Optical Communication 978-1-365- 61278-7 Electrotech Publication
8 Mr. A. O. Mulani Embedded Systems 978-81-843171-38 Technical Publication
9 Mr. A. O. Mulani DWT based robust invisible watermarking ISBN-9783659845161 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany
10 Mr. A.B. Jagadale Digital Control for Three Phase Servo Stabilizer 10: 3659920711, 13: 978-3659920714 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany
11 Mr. A.B. Jagadale Development of Electronic system for Bioimpedance Analysis 10: 365992485713: 978-3659924859 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany
12 Mr. A.B. Jagadale Enhancing Optimization & Device Portability by Reducing Port Pin Count 10: 365993738XISBN-13: 978-3659937385 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany
13 Mr. G.V Linge Enhancing Optimization &Device Portability by Reducing Port Pin Count 10: 365993738XISBN-13: 978-3659937385 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany
14 Mr. H.S. Deshpande Fundamental optimized AES algorithm design in FPGA ISBN 978-3-659-86352-3 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany