Head of Department Profile :

Name : Dr. A. N. Paithane
Qualification ME (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering),
PhD (Electronics and Communication Engineering).
Email ID ajaypaithane@gmail.com
Mobile No. 9922837483
Area of Interest Biomedical Signal Processing

ABOUT DEPARTMENT

    Electronics and telecommunication engineering is a constantly changing and widening branch of the engineering. Increased production and the demand by the government, business community, and corporate world contributes in the growth of employment opportunities in the field. Department of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering of Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering, Pune is one of the premier department aimed to provide quality education to the young engineers in the field. The department has excellent infrastructure and the resources in the form of modern equipments, well qualified faculty members, state-of-the-art library with access to digital subscriptions such as IEEE, Science Direct and Springer link which plays an important role in shaping the carrier of the under graduate, post-graduate and the research Scholars in and around the country.  The department plays a pivotal role in laying down road maps in the different research areas such as, Information Systems, Power Electronics, RF and Microwave Communications, Signal and Image processing, Microelectronics and VLSI/Embedded Systems, Control/Automation systems and Computer Sciences. The experienced and learned team of 31 Faculty members having average experience of 10 years, 9 technical supporting staff and 4 nonteaching staff are guiding the students due to which the results of the department stand first five in the University of Pune examinations.
The students of the department are also participating in the technical festivals, conferences and the project competitions held in prestigious institutions such as IITs, NITs, ISTE, IETE, IEEE etc and have bagged various prizes in these events.     The laboratories of the department are well furnished, well equipped and have been designed as per the norms specified by the government statutory bodies such as AICTE, DTE and fulfills the curriculum requirement laid down by the University of Pune. The laboratories of the department have also been equipped with the state-of-art equipments and software  which includes Spectrum analyzer, DSO, MSO, Logic Analyzer, Arbitrary Function Generator, EDA tools, MATLAB, Active HDL, MULTISIM, Lab view etc. The department also runs a student’s association known as Electronics and telecommunication Engineering Students Association (ENTESA) which organizes various extra-curricular and co-curricular activities such as INNOVISION, RACHANA etc. The department has also active ISTE and IEEE student chapters which help students and the Faculty members to organize various guest lectures, seminars, workshops and conferences for the students and the faculty members in and around the Maharashtra state. The department has also recently signed MoU with the Actel Corporation, USA, Gill Instruments, Bangalore and the Cypress Semiconductors Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore which helps students and the faculty members to carry out the research and development activities in the department.

VISION of Department
To create an educational environment to meet the challenges of modern Electronics and Telecommunication engineering industry through state of art technical knowledge and innovative approach.

MISSION of Department
1. To entrust the students with fundamentals of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering for successful carrier
2. To enable students to pursue higher education, research and promote    Entrepreneurship
3. To serve the nation through techno-social development.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)


PEO-I

The graduate shall have successful professional carrier in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with leadership and teamwork qualities.

PEO-II

Graduate shall utilize functional and disciplinary skills to address diversified engineering problems with social concern.

PEO-III

The graduate shall explore engineering capabilities to resolve technical problems and engage in lifelong learning and research.

Program Outcomes

    a) A graduate student will apply knowledge of mathematics and engineering fundamentals to design electronic circuits and systems such as logical circuits, analog circuits, electrical machines, control and communication systems, digital systems etc. and test the results.
    1. POa1: To apply mathematical concepts.
    2. POa2: To apply knowledge of applied sciences.
    3. POa3: To apply knowledge of engineering fundamentals.
  1. b) A graduate student will be able to identify, formulate, solve Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems.
  2. POb1: To identify the Electronics and Telecommunication engineering problems.
  3. POb2: To formulate Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems.
  4. POb3: To find solution for the problem.
  5. c) A graduate student will demonstrate the ability to design, implement and evaluate a system, process, component and program to meet desired needs within realistic constraints. 
  6. POc1: To design and develop Electronics and Communication engineering systems.
  7. POc2: To evaluate realistic constraints in Electronics and Communication engineering.
  8. d) A graduate student will investigate, formulate, analyze and provide appropriate solution to simple and complex engineering problem.
      1. POd1: To investigate simple and complex engineering problems.
      2. POd2: To analyse, formulate appropriate solution for electronic system.
  9. e) A graduate student will provide solutions by using the Modern Engineering Tools and for practicing Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems.
      1. POe1: Have knowledge of various modern engineering tools such as MATLAB, Multisim,  EDA Tools etc.
      2. POe2: Familiar with the advanced equipments and in Electronics and Telecommunication engineering.
  10. f) A graduate student will demonstrate the ability to learn the impact of industries on society by visiting different industries and understand the importance of industrial products for analog and digital circuits and systems.
    1. POf1: To learn the impact of Electronics Industries on Society.
    2. POf2: To understand the importance of Industrial Products to design of Analog and Digital systems.
  11. g) A graduate student will understand the importance of environmental issues and will design sustainable systems.
      1. POg1: To evaluate social, cultural and legal implications of engineering solutions.
      2. POg2: To apply engineering solutions to environmental issues and to evaluate its impact on public health.
  12. h) A graduate student will understand the professional and ethical responsibilities to meet the socio economic challenges.
  13. POh1: Familiar with ethical principles.
  14. POh2: Acknowledge the professional responsibilities to be handled.
  15. POh3: To follow the standard engineering practices laid by statutory bodies.
  16. i) A graduate student will demonstrate the ability of self learning during the project work in individuals and teamwork for successful implementation of project management.
      1. POi1: To work as a team member.
      2. POi2: To lead a team effectively.
  17. j) A graduate student will be able to communicate effectively at different technical and administrative levels
    1. POj1: To develop effective soft skills.
    2. POj2: To design and draft reports in standard formats
    • k) A graduate student will have knowledge on engineering management and finance to handle projects effectively.
    1. POk1: To apply managerial skills
    2. POk2: Knowledge of finance management
    • l) A graduate student will demonstrate the ability to keep abreast with advance technologies through lifelong learning.
    • POl1: To inculcate the habit of self-learning.
    • POl2: To identify career growth opportunities.

     

    SHORT TERM GOALS :
    1) More recruitment through campus selection.
    2) Motivate faculty and students to design and fabricate and implement viable functional projects for the benefit of institution and country.
    3) Motivate faculty and students to present/publish/Research paper in reputed national & international journals

    LONG TERM GOALS :
    1) To provide regular consultancy services to industry
    2) To involve faculty members in consultancy and R & D work.
    3) Completion of Ph.D. of all faculty members.

    STRENGTHS OF DEPARTMENT

    1) Research Centre for Ph.D. in Electronics Approved by University of Pune.
    2) Sanction intake for ME (Electronics- Digital Systems:24).
    3) Sanction intake for ME (VLSI and Embedded System:24).
    4) Sanction intake for UG :120 students
    5) Well qualified and Experience faculty. 
    6) Well furnished and well equipped laboratories.
    7) Internet facility of 22 Mbps leased lines.
    8) Self-learning laboratory.
    9) MoU with:
    10) Actel Corporation, USA
    11) Cypress Semiconductor Ltd.
    12) Gill Instruments Bangalore.
    13) Guardian faculty members for every 20 students.
    14) “Horizon” Wall Magazine and E-Newsletter
    15) Remedial Teaching Classes For Weak Students
    16) Make up classes are conducted for late admitted diploma students.
    17) Student’s feedback is taken twice a semester.
    18) Alumni meet & Parent’s meet are conducted once in a year.
    19) Consultancy project by faculty member with different organization.

    Guardian Faculty member (GFM)

    For every 20 Students one faculty acts as their GFM and is responsible for keeping track of their attendance, calling in case of absentee, counseling and solving their difficulties.

    MENTORING SYSTEM

    • Purpose:
    • 1) To solve academic and nonacademic problems .
    • 2) To help individual student for his personal difficulties. 
    • 3) To increase interaction between faculty and students.
    • 4) To Monitor student activities and their academic performance.
    • 5) To motivate & encourage students.
    • 6) Faculty are acting as a mentors.
    • 7) Maximum 20 students are allotted to one mentor.
    • 8) Frequency of meeting is based on need and at least one meeting is scheduled in each semester.

     

    Types of mentoring:

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