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

To be recognized as excellent technical education and research centre in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering to develop competent professionals and transform them into good human beings.

Mission

  • To facilitate high quality technical education and apply technology for the betterment of society.
  • To develop collaborative and multidisciplinary projects and use them as a learning platform.
  • To create research environment to meet ever changing needs of industries,enhance consultancy and outreach activities.
  • To imbibe the essence of human values, ethics and professional skills for overall development of students.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To make students competent for professional career in Electronics & allied fields.
  2. To build strong fundamental knowledge amongst student to pursue higher education and continue professional development in Electronics & other fields.
  3. To imbibe professional ethics, develop team spirit and effective communication skills to be successful leaders and managers with a holistic approach.
  4. To nurture students to be sensitive to ethical, societal & environmental issues while conducting their professional work.
  5. To explore engineering capabilities to resolve technical problems and engage in lifelong learning and research.

Program Specific Objectives (PSOs)

  1. Graduates will be able to attain a solid foundation in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with an ability to function in multidisciplinary environment.
  2. Graduates will be able to use techniques and skills to design, analyze, synthesize, and simulate Electronics and Communication Engineering components and systems.
  3. Graduate will be capable of developing programs in Assembly, High level and HDL languages using contemporary tools for software development.

Program Outcomes(POs)

Engineering Graduate will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge:Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science,engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution ofcomplex engineering problems
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Ethics:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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.
  11. Project management and finance: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. 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.

Course Outcome (COs)


Sr.No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification Experience In Yrs.
1 Dr. Karande Kailash Jagannath Principal M.Tech, Ph.D (E&TC) 30 Years
2 Dr. Mulani Altaf Osman HOD (E&TC) Associate Professor M.Tech.(E&TC), Ph.D 21 Years
3 Dr. Godbole Bhalchandra Balkrishna Dean & Professor in E&TC Ph.D (Electronic Engg) 35 Years
4 Prof. Pise Anjali Chetan Asst Prof and PG Coordinator Electronics Eng. M. E. Electronics (Digital System), Ph.D. Pursuing 20 Years
5 Dr. Harale Avinash Dashrath Assistant Professor M.Tech. (Electronics), Ph.D. Pursuing 16 Years
6 Prof. Gangonda Siddheshwar Sangmeshwar Assistant Professor B.E. (E&TC), M. E. (Signal Processing), Ph.D (Pursuing) 14 Years
7 Prof. Birajadar Ganesh Basawaraj Assistant Professor B.E.(E&TC), M. E.(Signal Processing), Ph.D.(Pursuing) 12 Years
8 Prof. Godase Vaibhav Vilas Assistant Professor M. E. (Electronics Engineering). 6 Years
9 Prof. Ghodake Rahul Ganpat Assistant Professor M. E. (Electronics Engineering) 7 Years
10 Prof.Shinde Anita Haridas Assistant Professor M. E. Electronics 8 Years
11 Prof. Takale Swapnil Ramchandra Assistant Professor BE (ENTC), M.Tech (Electronic) 1 Year
12 Prof. Godase Sonali Kulbhushan Assistant Professor M. E. Electronics. Teaching 2.5 Years, (Industry 1.5 Years)
13 Prof. Mali Amruta Samadhan Assistant Professor M.Tech(Electronic Engg.) 1 Year
14 Prof. Khapale Nitin Jalindar Assistant Professor M. E. Electronics 12 Years Teaching, 5 Years Industry

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

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

Internet of Things (IoT) Lab

Internet of Things (IoT) devices collect data about the physical world and make these data available in the Cloud.In the laboratory, such connectivity can be exploited for tasks such as continual monitoring of laboratory environment and instruments, inventory management, and data collection.

Major Equipments in Lab

  • PLC System, VLSI FPGA kit for Image Processing, Titan-II ARM7 Development Board, Explorer ARM9 Linux Development Board, GSM Model

Microcontroller Lab

This lab is used for simple I/O with switches or LEDs; in later labs we will see much more sophisticated uses of this simple interface. This laboratory provides facilities for the use of 8/16 bit microprocessors/microcontrollers and their interfacing for different applications

Major Equipments in Lab

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

Communication Engineering Lab

Students conduct experiments in a communication lab where they become acquainted with oscilloscopes,signal generators and spectrum analyzers.

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Test Lab 5 in 1, APLAB 1 GHz Spectrum Analyzer, APLAB 40 MHz 500 MSA/S Color Digital Storage Oscilloscope, APLAB 2 Mz Multiwaveform Signal Generator, Antenna System Analyser with 5 Antennas, Color TV Trainer, Black & white Tv Trainer

AIML Lab

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Laboratory – 18CSL76 (VTU AIML Lab) covers the different algorithms such as A* Search

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Dell Optiplex 390 DT Base-N Series Computer, EPSON Printer, INFOCUS Projector, Segate Goflex 500 GB external HDD, D.Link 24 Port switch DES 1024A

PG Research Lab

Experimental research work undertaken by users at PGRL encompasses engineering, physical and life sciences and has a strong inter-disciplinary emphasis.

Major Equipments in Lab

  • ACER veriton VM 2610 Intel Core i3 3.30 GHz 2 GB DDr3, 500 GB HDD (mouse, Keyboard, DVD Writer, 18.5’ TFT) Infocus Projector, Sony LCD Projector, Canon LBP 2900 Laser Jet Printer, HD IR DOM Camera (HIK Vision)

Microwave Engg. Laboratory

To provide practical experience in design, testing, and analysis of few electronic devices and optical

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Transmission line trainer kit, klystron Based microwave Bench, GUN Diode

Digital Electronics Laboratory

Basic information and material on circuit simulation, including tool links and usage information. Get Up and Running with LTspice. The Digital Electronic Circuits Virtual Laboratory is an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India

Major Equipments in Lab

  • Digital Electronics Trainer Kit, APLAB 60 MHz Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope,Dual Output Power Supply, Vivitech D552 DL Projector

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


IETE STUDENTS' FORUM (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. Electronics and Telecommunication engineer is responsible for designing and overseeing the installation of telecommunications equipment and facilities, such as complex electronic switching systems, copper telephone facilities,fiber optics etc.
    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.

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


Students' Innovation club

About Innovation Club

    Innovation club is students club in college that helps member students to learn and build innovative engineering projects. It acts as a platform for members to develop and showcase their skills. This club utilizes the leadership qualities of student managers along with the technology resources of student project lab to spread innovation in engineering students within their campus. Innovation club would help to engage students in innovative and creative activities apart from providing opportunities for hands-on activities.

Aim of the Innovation club

To provide students a platform for transforming their dream ideas into reality.

Purpose of the Innovation club

Its main purpose is to create the spark of innovation in the students mind so that he or she can see the existing problems that need to be solved. We also propagate the value of entrepreneurship. We encourage students to come up with ideas which have commercial value and connect them to experts for mentoring.

Objectives of Innovation Club

  • To provide necessary platform to enrich their technical skills.
  • To encourage the innovative ideas of the student.
  • To provide facilities required for mini and final year project.
  • To develop managerial skills among the students.

About Component Bank:

  • It is non-profit activity run by students for students.
  • All department students are member of component bank.
  • It facilitates students issuing components related to project.
  • Project activities have been excelled due to presence of component bank.
  • It consists of wide list of components & sensors useful to students.

Faculty Achievements

Sr.No Name of staff Credentials
1 Dr. K.J. Karande
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Best Principal Award
  • • Chief Editor of "International Journal of Research in Computer Science and Information Technology" (IJRCSIT)
  • • "International Journal of Research in Computer Science and Information Techonology" (IJRCSIT)
  • • Received Prestigious European Fellowship for training at Aalborg University Denmark on Project Based Learning. (www.erasmus.mobilityforlife.aau.dk).
  • • IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering, vol.814 (2020) IOP Publisher
  • • Akhil Bhartya Mahatma Phule Samta Parishad Samta Gourao Puraskar
  • • Patishtha Foundation Tasgaon Shikshan Ratna
  • • Artifical Intelligance, Internet of Things (IOT) and Smart Materials for Energy Applications CRC Press Taylor and francis Group, Book 2021
  • • Proceedings of 1st International Conferance in Information Techonology for Engineering System (ICICITES-2021),CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, 2021
  • • Chairman Board of Studies for Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at Solapur University, Solapur.
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published
  • • Received Prestigious European Fellowship for training at Aalborg University Denmark on Project Based Learning. (www.erasmus.mobilityforlife.aau.dk).
  • • Chairman Board of Studies for Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at Solapur University Solapur.
  • • Received state level “Navratna Prerana Puraskar” by Maharashtra Patrakar Sangh and Mahawarta News on 30th Nov 2014
2 Dr. A. O. Mulani
  • • Recent Advance in Electrical and Electronic Engineering ( Scopus and Web of Science Indexed Journal)
  • • IET Image Processing (SCIE Indexed Journal)
  • • Soft Computing (Scopus and SCIE Indexed Journal)
  • • Journal of Engineering Science and Techonology (Scopus Indexed Journal)
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published
  • • 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.
3 Mr. G. B. Birajadar
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published
  • • Received NPTEL Elite + Silver certification in Joy of Computing : Python
  • • Secured Second Prize in Idea Competition during AICTE sponsored one week online STTP
  • • Appreciation Certificate from Imperial Society of Innovation Engineers (ISIE) as Faculty Advisor organized at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh from 25th - 29th March 2016
  • • Achieved Pune University Rank 7th in M.E.
  • • Appreciation Certificate from Imperial Society of Innovation Engineers (ISIE) as Faculty Advisor organized at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh from 25th - 29th March 2016
  • • Selected in staff exchange program for Rwanda (Africa)
4 Mrs. A. C. Pise
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published
  • • Appreciation from IETE For establishing IETE Student Forum In SKN Sinhgad College of Engineering, Korti, Pandharpur
5 Prof.A.D.Harale
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published
6 Mr. S. S. Gangonda
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published
  • • Selected in staff exchange program for Rwanda (Africa)
  • • Achieved Pune University Rank 8th in M.E.
7 Dr. B. B. Godbole
  • • VC Nominee, BOS, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, SIT, Yedrav, DBATU.
  • • Fellow, Institute of Engineers, India
  • • Life Member, Indian Society of Technical Education, New Delhi
  • • Member, Internet Society, Mumbai Chapter
  • • External Referee, Ph. D. Open Defence, Electronics Engineering, Mumbai University.
  • • External Referee, Ph. D. Open Defence, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Mumbai University.
  • • Guide & Internal Refree, Ph. D. Open Defence, Electronics Engineering, Shivaji University.
  • • Guide & Internal Refree, Ph. D. Open Defence, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Shivaji University.
  • • Former Chairman, Board of Studies for Electronics Engineering at Shivaji University kolhapur.
  • • Former Member, Academica Council, Shivaji University, kolhapur.
  • • Prefect, Heartfulness Organization, Hyderabad.
8 Prof.V.V.Godase
  • • P.A.H.Solapur University, Solapur Patent Published

Student Achievements

University Rankers



Academic Year

Class

Name

SGPA (Out of 10)

 Percentage

University Rank

2021-22

B.Tech

Magar Kajal

9.96

-

4

Kantute Megha

9.85

-

-

Bagal Nivedita

9.85

-

-

Bidkar Dnyanda

9.82

-

-

Fulare Pratiksha

9.81

-

-

T.Y. B.Tech

Mali Monika

9.77

-

10

Boxey Asawari

9.66

-

-

Ghanti Priyanka

9.53

-

-

Phadake Shweta

9.49

-

-

Bhumkar Sagar

9.45

-

-

S.Y.B.Tech

More Sonali

10

-

1

Wagaj Shruti

10

-

3

Nagane Apeksha

10

-

7

Mulani Simran

9.91

-

-

Kirkire Sanskruti

9.91

-

-

2020-21

B.Tech

Damodare Girija

9.87

-

4

Gulakhe Vaishnavi

9.83

-

-

Bagal Bhagyashri

9.78

-

-

Chavan Nishant

9.58

-

-

Nagare Pradnya

9.78

-

-

T.Y. B.Tech

Magar Kajal

10

-

-

Mundlik Shital

10

-

-

Girigosavi Nagesh

10

-

-

Bagal Nivedita

9.92

-

-

Khabale Pooja

9.92

-

-

S.Y.B.Tech

Mali Shubham

10

-

-

Bhumkar Sagar

10

-

-

Boxey Aswari

10

-

-

Lokhande Shripad

10

-

-

Bansode Rahul

9.92

-

-

2019-20

B.Tech

Gadage Prajkta

9.84

-

5

Ghadage Dattatray

9.82

-

-

Kambale Rupali

9.8

-

-

Bedare Mayuri

9.79

-

-

Bandgar Karishma

9.78

-

-

T.Y. B.Tech

Damodare Girija

9.83

-

-

Atkare Rutuja

9.69

-

-

Bagal Bhagyashri

9.65

-

-

Nagare Pradnya

9.65

-

-

Gulakhe Vaishnavi

9.65

-

-

S.Y.B.Tech

Magar Kajal

10

-

-

Kolekar Supriya

10

-

-

Lokhande Shanta

10

-

-

Phulare Pratiksha

9.93

-

-

Bhadule Shreya

9.93

-

-

2018-19

BE

Mona Jagtap

10

86.91

9

Priyanka Kadam

10

74.46

12

TE

Ghadage Dattatray Ramesh

9.70

84.85

3

Bedare Mayuri Dhananjay

9.63

82.6

9

Kambale Rupali Krishna

9.59

82.91

11

SE

Damodare Girija Sitaram

9.92

85.70

1

Gulakhe Vaishnavi Bandu

9.92

85.27

2

Bagal Bhagyashri Ravindrakumar

9.72

81.39

8

Publication



Sr. No Name of Faculty Number of papers published in peer-reviewed journals/Conferences Citation Index h-Index i10-Index
1 Dr. Karande Kailash J. 88 542 13 17
2 Dr. Godbole Bhalchandra B. 20 39 4 1
3 Dr. Mulani Altaf O. 66 1045 22 39
4 Mrs. Pise Anjali C. 24 82 5 4
5 Mr. Jagdale Amol B. 14 102 7 5
6 Mr. Harale Avidada D. 9 35 3 1
7 Mr. Gangonda Siddheshwar S. 6 31 2 2
8 Mr. Birajadar Ganesh B. 8 25 3 0
9 Mr. Rahul Ghodake G. 1 7 1 0
10 Mr. Takale Swapnil R. 3 23 2 2
11 Mrs. Surwase Sudha V. 13 4 1 0
12 Mr. Jundale Vikrant B. 2 14 1 1
13 Ms. Bankar Priyanka V. 2 14 1 1
14 Mr. Khapale Nitin J. 3 2 1 0

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 Dr. A. O. Mulani Basic Electronics 978-1-365- 61278-7 Crescent Publication
7 Dr. A. O. Mulani Optical Communication 978-1-365- 61278-7 Electrotech Publication
8 Dr. A. O. Mulani Embedded Systems 978-81-843171-38 Technical Publication
9 Dr. A. O. Mulani DWT based robust invisible watermarking ISBN-9783659845161 LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany
10 Prof. Swagat Karve Internet of Things: Let the things speak 9789355095923 BFC Publication, India
11 Prof. Swagat Karve Optical Communication and Networking 978-81-936097-8-1 REST Publication, India
12 Prof. Swagat Karve Computer Communication Network 978-81-936097-7-4 REST Publication, India
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1 Maven Silicon Softech Private Limited To get knowledge of VLSI design process and provide internship (inplant training) to TC engineering students 13/08/2021 The student will understand the entire logic design process and to get knowledge of how to design VLSI chip.Students become familiar with recent technology used in the industry.
2 Perfect Electronics To provide workshops/Internships/In Plant Training To perform final year projects To improve the quality of teaching and learning process. 21/02/2020 Students knows latest technology available in Sensors,measuring instruments and differents techniques used in PCB design
3 Smart Logic Technologies To provide live project sponsorship To prove summer/winter training certification courses. 27/06/2019 Student become familiar with recent technology used in the industry
4 Techno Samarth yam LLP • To develop powerful programming language with MatLab for beginner exercise using MatLab function.
• To make students to test software for offering solution to real life situation.
12/12/2017 • Students to get technical skill in order to be able to function on multidisciplinary filed.
• To develop students for team works and managerial skill leading to entrepreneurship and leadership.
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About SPECTRUM

SKN Sinhgad College of Engineering organized a one-day national level technical event for diploma and undergraduate degree students. The Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at the SKN Sinhgad College of Engineering, facilitated this technical awareness in engineering and technology for the engineering students. The students participated in various technical events of “SPECTRUM”. In SPECTRUM, various events organized such as Technical Poster Presentation, Quiz Competition, Circuit Sudoku and Microcontroller Programming. Huge numbers of students were participated in this national level event from various engineering colleges. The main objective of this event was to provide platform to students to explore their skills and knowledge and sharing it with other students.

Objectives of SPECTRUM

  • To provide the platform and show the potential of co-curricular activities by Paper presentation, Quiz competition etc.
  • To give the students an opportunity to develop particular skills and exhibit their non-academic abilities, so as to enhance the all-round personality of the students.
  • To give better fitness to students and inculcate a sense of sportsmanship, competitive spirit,leadership, cooperation and team spirit.
  • To broaden the students breadth of knowledge and horizons.
  • To stimulate the students thinking, self-reflection, and self –understanding to promote their individual growth.

Outcomes of SPECTRUM

  • Acquire the innovative ideas and techniques at all levels in their core technical field.
  • Enable to enhance interpersonal skills and communication techniques.
  • Ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Enable to inculcate a sense of sportsmanship, competitive spirit, leadership, cooperation and team spirit among the students.

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About WEENGS

SKN Sinhgad College of Engineering Korti, Pandharpur (SKNSCOE) with Institutions Innovation Council (IIC) organises WEENGS (Project Exhibition) for diploma and engineering students. Huge numbers of students were participated in this national level event from various engineering colleges. The main objective of this event was to provide the platform and show the potential of the student by presenting their innovative projects developed in the final and third year.

Objectives of WEENGS

  • Develop the interaction of junior with their senior colleague will give them exposure to various possible areas and help them to identify their area of interest and where they can take up projects.
  • To interact with the experts from industries and other senior faculties which enable them the direction of future work as well as for converting the concept of marketable product.
  • To provide the platform and show the potential of the student by presenting their innovative projects developed in the final and third year.

Outcomes of WEENGS

  • Acquire the innovative ideas and techniques in their core technical fields.
  • Understand how to convert the concept to marketable product.
  • Ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams.

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About LCD Presentation

The institute provides has incurred SE PPT Presentation session in the regular time table. The staff from E&TC department guides the students to prepare the quality PPT Presentation with appropriate slide layouts. The institute provides the LCD projectors and other facilities to conduct PPT Presentation of students. The panel of judges, staff members give valuable suggestions to the students and evaluate their presentation by giving marks which are considered while calculating the term work of students.

Objectives of LCD Presentation

  • To build strong fundamental knowledge amongst students to pursue higher education, and enhance research and continue professional development in Electronics, communication.
  • To develop students for team working and managerial skills leading to entrepreneurship and leadership.
  • To improve communication skills, presentation skills and technical skills.
  • To enhance self-confidence and body language.
  • To provide the student a chance to assess his knowledge, improvisational and quick-thinking abilities, listening comprehension, leadership, and social skills.

Outcomes of LCD Presentation

  • To increase learning potential.
  • Use body language and tone of voice to enhance their presentations.
  • Deliver an enthusiastic and well-practiced presentation.

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About Group Discussion

Activity-based learning is an instructional approach that emphasizes learning through active participation of students rather than passive learning through GD activity.The goal of a group discussion is to arrive at a collective decision or solution that is acceptable to all members of the group. A group discussion is a collaborative communication process involving a group of students who engage in an interactive conversation to explore, analyze, or address a specific topic, issue etc.

Objectives of Group Discussion

  • To provide a platform for students to share their thoughts, opinions, and ideas on a particular topic.
  • To improve verbal communication skills
  • To solve the problems related to societal needs.

Outcomes of Group Discussion

  • Improved communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Increased participants' attention and help maintain their focus by involving them in the learning process.

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About Virtual Campus

The Event Virtual Campus is organized under ETELSA every year by department of Electronics & Telecommunication engineering. It includes multiple rounds like Aptitude, GD & Technical + HR Interviews. All the rounds are conducted by industrial experts. First day Aptitude test is conducted. Shortlisted students are allowed for Group Discussion. GD shortlisted students appear for Interviews. Winners of each round and overall well performed participants are awarded by medal, cash prize and appreciation certificates. Virtual campus events serve various purposes, aiming to achieve specific objectives tailored to the needs of the educational institution and its stakeholders.

Objectives of Virtual Campus

  • Student Engagement and Recruitment: To facilitate interactions between students and industry experts, providing a platform for students to showcase their skills and talents.
  • Skill Assessment: To evaluate students' aptitude, communication skills, technical knowledge, and overall suitability for potential job placements or internships.
  • Industry Exposure: To bridge the gap between academia and industry by involving industrial experts in assessing students' capabilities and providing them with real-world insights.
  • Reward and Recognition: To recognize and reward outstanding performance among participating students, encouraging excellence and motivation

Outcomes of Virtual Campus

  • Successful Student Placements
  • Feedback from industry experts helped students understand industry expectations and refine their skills accordingly.
  • Improved Industry-Academia Collaboration
  • Participation in rounds such as Group Discussions and Technical + HR Interviews helped students develop confidence in their communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Virtual campus event served as a platform for students to connect with potential mentors and future colleagues in the industry.

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