Why to Study ECE ?
The department of ECE was established in the year 2000 with intake of 60 students. We are facilitated by LAB View Software Micro wind, Xilinx (Soft) and FEKO Lab with advanced software’s & systems under MODROBS by AICTE. We conduct in-house training classes on latest technologies like VLSI System Design, Modeling and Simulation, HDL Programming, MATLAB, PCB Design and Micro Controller Design which help the students to get an immediate placement in industries. The departments have also conducted a 2 weeks Staff Development Program on Machine Learning Methodologies and their Applications 2010 & one international conference, sponsored by AICTE .The department is actively involved in inviting renowned visiting professors from NITTTR Kolkata, NITs IITs, AU and BU in order to develop the academic standards of faculty and students, at large. The Department of ECE is involved in R&D activities under the supervision of R&D Department.
1.1. State the Vision and Mission of the Department and Institute (5)
(Vision statement typically indicates aspirations and Mission statement states the broad approach to achieve aspirations)
(Here Institute Vision and Mission statements have been asked to ensure consistency with the department Vision and Mission statements; the assessment of the Institute Vision and Mission will be taken up in Criterion 10)
Vision of the Institution
To foster prosperity through technological development by means of education, innovation and collaborative research and emerge as a premier technical institute.
Mission of the Institution
To provide quality education of international standards for producing technocrats and future leaders in a disciplined and conducive environment as an integral part of our social commitment to promote education globally.
Vision of the Department
To develop globally accepted and technically competent Electronics & Communication engineers through quality education, innovation and collaborative research.
Mission of the Department
M1: Imparting quality education to the students for enhancing their skills and making them globally competent Electronics and Communication engineers.
M2: Maintaining state-of-art facilities to provide students and faculty members with opportunities to create , interpret and disseminate knowledge.
M3: Association with reputed research organizations and educational institutions for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices.
1.2. State the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (5)
(State the PEOs (3 to 5) of program seeking accreditation)
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are established through a consultation process. PEOs are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the graduates should achieve within three to five years after the year of graduation.
The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are as follows:
PEO1: To strengthen the knowledge of basic sciences and fundamental technical concepts in diversified areas such as communication systems, signal & image processing and allied fields to enhance the capabilities for the career.
PEO2: To enable the student to address the complexity of real life engineering problems and be able to formulate / design solutions which are technically advanced, economically feasible and environmentally sustainable that leads to professional growth of the society.
PEO3: To acquire adequate training for working as a team on projects with good technical skills, leadership qualities & professional ethics with social awareness and organizational context in which the engineering skills are utilized to take up life-long learning.
COURSE OUTCOMES AND PROGRAM OUTCOMES (120)
3.1. Establish the correlation between the courses and the Program Outcomes (POs) and Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) (20)
Program Outcomes (POs):
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2 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.
PO3 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.
PO4 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.
PO5 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.
PO6 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.
PO7 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.
PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10 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.
PO11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12 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.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):
(Program shall specify 2-4 program specific outcomes.)
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PSO1 Develop, analyze & solve real-time problems relating to communication systems along with allied engineering streams.
PSO2 Proficiency in use of hardware & software tools to design and analyze electronic systems to become professional technocrats.
|Sl no.||Date||Workshop/Training||Resource Person||CLUB NAME|
|02||27-Jul-2018||Inauguration and Welcome||Principal ,HOD||RI CLUB|
|03||10-aug-2018||Brief introduction||Subhashree Biswal
|04||24-Aug-2018||Workshop on smart home automation||Subhashree Biswal
|05||07-Sept-2018||Workshop on Automatic tank filling and sequential motor control||Subhashree Biswal
|06||21-Sept-2018||Workshop on railway gate automation||Subhashree Biswal
|07||5-Oct-2018||Workshop on smart traffic control system||Subhashree Biswal||RI CLUB|
|09||11-Jan-2019||Workshop on boiler automation by using analog I/O control||Subhashree Biswal
|10||25-Jan-2019||Workshop on automatic car parking system||Subhashree Biswal||RI CLUB|
|11||15-Feb-2019||Workshop on material separation and embossing operation using pneumatic actuators||Subhashree Biswal
|12||8-Mar-2019||Seminar on automation and its Importance||Students||RI CLUB|
|13||22-Mar-2019||Meeting on Achievements and Future work||HOD,RI CLUB TEAM||RI CLUB|
|15||20-Jul-2018||Inauguration and Welcome||Principal ,HOD||NICD CLUB|
|16||22-Jul-2018||Workshop on XILINX-VIVADO & FPGA Board||Coreel Technology||NICD CLUB|
|17||29-Jul-2018||Workshop on Nanoelectronics & IC Design||Pramod Martha
|FDP/Workshop on VLSI & its trend||Dr. Kabiraj Sethi
|19||28-Aug-2018||Workshop on Digital block design using Verilog/VHDL and implementing on FPGA||Pramod Martha||NICD CLUB|
|20||19-Sep-2018||Workshop on Advanced Semiconductor Devices and MEMS||Pramod Martha
|Workshop on Nanotechnology and Solar Cell||Outside Expert||NICD CLUB|
|22||11-Nov-2018||Achievements of NICD Club||Students||NICD CLUB|
|Workshop on IC Design and MEMS||Pramod Martha
Radhanath Patra Ashis Tiwary & Team
|24||07-Mar-2019||Seminar on VLSI and its Importance||Students||NICD CLUB|
|25||09-Apr-2019||Meeting on Achievements and Future work||HOD,NICD CLUB TEAM||NICD CLUB|
|26||10.7.18||Student Enrolment||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|27||20.7.18||Short listing of candidates and formation of Club||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|28||22.7.18||Inauguration and Orientation of club||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|29||29.7.18||Route Map Planning||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|30||20.8.18||Seminar-1||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|31||15.9.18||Seminar-2||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|32||20.10.18||Workshop-1||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|33||Project Assignment||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|34||18.11.18||Guest Lecture-1||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|35||20.1.19||Guest Lecture-2||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|36||15.2.19||Internal Project Submission||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|37||01.3.19||Workshop-2||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|38||25.3.19||Final Project Submission||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|39||30.3.19||Certificate Distribution||MR.SUKANTA KU.TULO||ENVISION CLUB|
|40||HOME AUTOMATION||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|41||EMBEDDED SYSTEM WITH AVR||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|42||IOT||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|43||PCB DESIGNING||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|44||ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|45||ADVANCED AVR||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|46||‘C’ LANGUAGE||MR.GAUTAM GUPTA||G.INNOVATION CLUB|
|47||12-10-2018||MICROSTRIP ANTENNA DESIGN USING HFSS
|MR.RIBHU ABHUSAN PANDA
|48||10-11-2018||BASIC CONCEPT OF ANTENNA DESIGN USING HFSS||MR.RIBHU ABHUSAN PANDA & ESWAR PANDA
|49||18-12-2018||MICROWAVE COMPONENTS AND ANTENNA DESIGN USING HFSS||Dr.Debasis mishra||ARIEAL CLUB|
|Sem.||Subject Code||Name of the Subject|
|Basics of Electronics|
|Analog Electronic Circuits|
|Electrical and Electronic Measurements|
|Microprocessors and Microcontrollers|
|Instrumentation Devices and Systems|
|Signals and Systems|
|Communication System Engineering|
|Process Control Instrumentation|
|Digital Signal Processing|
|Digital VLSI Design|
|High Frequency Engineering|
|Industrial Automation and Control|
|Fiber Optics and Optoelectronic Devices|
|Optoelectronic Devices and Instrumentation|
|Advanced Electronic Circuits|
|Electronic Devices and Modeling|
|Information Theory and Coding|
|Intelligent and Virtual Instrumentation|
|Process Simulation and Modelling|
|Internet of Things|
|Antennas and Wave Propagation|
|Analog VLSI Design|
|Adaptive Signal Processing|
|Advanced Control Systems|
|Speech and Audio Processing|
|Mixed Signal Design|
|Telecommunication System Modeling and Simulation|
|High Speed Electronics|
|Digital Image and Video Processing|
|Optical Communication and Networking|
|Sensors and Transducers|
|Robotics and Robot Applications|
|SL.NO.||Name of the Programme||Organizer||Name of the Student||Academic Year||Rank / Status||Event|
|01||TECHFEST – 2014||IIT, Bombay||Vasu||2013-14||Participation||POLAROID Competition|
|02||OJASS – 2014||NIT, Jamshedpur||Vasu||2013-14||1st||NSCET|
|04||SCIENCE & TECH EXPO – 2K13||GIET,Gunupur||Vasu||2013-14||Participation||Model Presentation|
|05||CONCETTO||ISM, Dhanbad||Vasu||2012-13||1st||BRACCIO IDRAULICO|
|06||CONCETTO||ISM, Dhanbad||Suman Minz||2012-13||1st||BRACCIO IDRAULICO|
|07||TECHFEST – 2013||IIT, Bombay||AbhashGaneshan||2012-13||2nd||HYDRANOID DOCKYARD
|08||CONCETTO||ISM, Dhanbad||AbhashGaneshan||2012-13||1st||BRACCIO IDRAULICO|
|09||CONCETTO||ISM, Dhanbad||Navneet Kumar||2012-13||1st||BRACCIO IDRAULICO|
|10||TECHFEST – 2013||IIT,Bombay||Navneet Kumar||2012-13||2nd||HYDRANOID DOCKYARD|
|11||TECHFEST-2013||IIT BOMBAY||Sritam Chakraborty||2012-13||18th||APEXO|
|12||TECHFEST-2013||IIT BOMBAY||Siddharth Maurya||2012-13||18th||APEXO|
|13||TECHFEST-2013||IIT BOMBAY||Satish Kumar||2012-13||18th||APEXO|
|Sl. No.||Year||Name of the Event||Organized Under the Society||Dates||No. of Participants|
|2||1 day Seminar with prize distribution for toppers of last semester and 100% attendance.||ISTE||25.08.14||300|
|3||2013-2014||1 day seminar on “Role of Embedded System in Software”.||ISOI||15.04.2014||100|
|4||1 day “Circuitry event” with prize distribution for toppers of last semester and 100% attendance.||ISTE||25.04.2014||200|
|5||1 day Quiz program||ISTE||28.03.2013||100|
|2012-2013||2 days Paper presentation on “Mobile Computing” with prize distribution for toppers of last semester and 100% attendance||ISTE||20.04.2012 & 21.04.2012||250|
|2011-2012||1 day seminar on”Application of instrumentation in industries” with prize distribution for toppers of last semester and 100% attendance||ISTE||25.08.2011||150|
|SL.NO||GROUP NAME||OBJECTIVE OF THE GROUP||FACULTY ADVISOR|
|1||Photonic Club||Optical communication and its application||Mr. Tushar Kanta Panda& Mrs Bandana Mallick|
|2||Nano electronics & IC Design Club||Related to chip design and Electronics devices||Mr. Pramod Martha|
|3||Envision Club||Image analysis and simulation||Mr. SukantTulo|
|4||Aerial Club||Antenna design and its fabrication||Mr. RibhuAbhusan Panda|
|5||Robotic Industrialization Club||Industrial project and its functionalities.||Ms.Subhashree S Biswal|
|6||G- Innovation Club||Circuits connection and hardware project , IOT||Mr. G K Gupta|