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Preamble:

The department of Electronics and Telecommunication was established on 30th May 1996. Since its commencement, the primary objective of the department has been to impart quality education, training and research at the undergraduate and postgraduate in various areas of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with broad emphasis on design aspects of electronic systems.

The National Board of Accreditation has accredited the department for three years. Today we have all the laboratories with modern equipments. More than 200 students are seeking professional education in the department under the supervision and guidance of all the staff.


 In 2010, the department has started post graduate course M.Tech Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering with specialization in Digital Systems, Approved by AICTE, New Delhi. The Department has always been on a high growth path and has experienced and dedicated faculty with a strong commitment to engineering education. To keep pace with the current technological trends, all the undergraduate and postgraduate curricula have been upgraded by North Maharashtra University (NMU), Jalgaon regularly.

The course offered is well known for its applied nature including a strong laboratory component and considerable project work. It is designed for students who wish to become professional engineers in the fields of electronics and communications engineering. The course emphasizes the importance of communication and electronics systems and the applications of principles, developed in the course to the solution of significant practical problems. Workshop and laboratory facilities are utilized by students for the extensive project work that is a feature of the course. PC and workstation based computing laboratories provide tools for electronic circuit simulation and computer-aided design work.

The major areas of faculty expertise of the department include Basic Electronics, Communication Systems, Computer Networks, Control Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing & Computer Vision, Instrumentation, Multimedia Security, Power Electronics, Power Systems, Radar Signal Processing, RF and Microwaves, VLSI Systems, Biomedical Signal Processing.

The department focuses on preparing its students to meet new business challenges and making them aware of the recent advances in the technological field by emphasizing on:

 

-   A Strong technical training mechanisms

-   Skill enhancement in design, development, analysis and testing of microelectronic circuits and system

-   Latest trends in simulation and their practices

-   Advanced digital design and VLSI

-   Contemporary human resource management and development

 

Over and above the academic activities and academic achievements, the students have been demonstrating skills in various extracurricular domains those include research paper presentations, sports, and performing arts. They have been conducting assorted activities like personality development programmes, group discussions, workshops, tree plantations and campus cleanliness campaigns. They are seeking admissions to most reputed institutes like IIT’s to pursue their doctoral degree. Pros S. O. Dahad is working as Head of the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering department and had worked as in-charge Principal of the institute for about three years Presently, he is executing the responsibilities of Dean (Academics) of the institute.

 

Vision Statement

 

-   Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers with Technical and Human Skills of Global Standard.

 

Mission Statement

 

-   To promote overall development of students by creating state of art infrastructural facilities and learning environment.

-   To seek autonomous status and develop demand driven undergraduate and postgraduate programmes through effective linkages with industry, academia and alumni.

-   To promote services to community and revenue generation for sustainable development.

-   To ensure attainment of PEOs and POs for overall developement of students.

Short Term Goal

 

-   To achieve academic excellence in the field of electronics and telecommunication engineering.

-   To increase interaction with Industries, Research laboratories and organizations & to enrich laboratory and computational facilities.

-   To develop system that provides value based quality education in electronics and telecommunication engineering.

-   To strive to be a Centre of Excellence in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

 

Long Term Goal

 

-   To develop system that provides value based quality education in electronics and telecommunication engineering.

-   To strive to be a Centre of Excellence in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

 

Quality Policy

 

To establish a system of Quality Assurance which would on a continuous basis evaluate and monitor the quality of education and training imparted in the department to produce Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers with Technical and Human Skills.

 

Objectives

 

-   Good share of University top ranks including University Medal Winners.

-   Enhance computational facilities to meet all the simulation requirements of the UG, PG students and faculty for their R&D work.

-   Enhance lab facilities more than the requirements.

-   To enroll research scholars.

-   To introduce more value added courses.

-   To sign MOU with industries.

-   To achieve 100% placement

-   To interact with DRDO labs and others and take up funding projects

 

Strength

 

-   Excellent Academic Records

-   Well Placed Alumina

-   NMU recognized PG and Research Center

-   Well Equipped Laboratories with Latest Machinery and Equipments

-   Meritorious Stuff

-   Experienced and Qualified Faculty Members

-   NBA Accredited Department

                 -   Enriched Tradition of Co-curricular and Extra-curricular activities 

                 -   HoD is former BOS Chairman and Member of Senate, Academic                              Council of NMU Jalgaon.

                 -   HoD Prof. S. O. Dahad worked as in charge Principal of the institute                          for about three years and at Present working as Dean Academics.

 

Course offered and Intake



U.G.: B.E. (Electronics and Telecommunication)

CLASS  SANCTIONED INTAKE ACTUAL ENROLLMENT
F.E 60 63
S.E 60 72
T.E 60 79
B.E 60 86

P.G: M.Tech. Electronics and Telecommunication (Digital System)

CLASS SANCTIONED INTAKE ACTUAL ENROLLMENT
F.E 18 12
S.E 18 17

 

Infrastructural Facility

 

-   Total Area of the Department: 1025 sq. meters

-   Laboratories: Total 11 laboratories organized over 744 sq. meters area.

-   Total Cost of Equipment in the Department: 233.47 lacs.

Computing Facility:

-   70 P IV and above machines connected in LAN, 07 Printers

-   Separate power back up to computer centre with broadband internet connectivity.

-   Three LCD Projectors

-   Software Packages : MATLAB10.0, Microwind, ALDEC, Optisim, NI LabView, Proteus.

-   Hardware Boards : MyRio, DSK 6713, FPGA

-   Separate Departmental Library.

-   Smart class room.

 

Result

 

Class/Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
FE 72% 66.67% 64% 54%    
SE 93.58% 94.94% 89.33% 95.52% 91.44% 80.71% 
TE 93.58% 100% 92.59% 84.40% 94.86%  97.58% 
BE 98.44% 80% 95.95% 97.36% 98.28%   100%
FE MTech  46.15%   100% 89.73%  100%  
SE MTech            
 
Sr No.  Name of Laboratory  Area in Square meter  Total Cost of Equipments  Major Equipments   Utilization per week (hrs) 
1 Electronic Devices Lab 96 12.65 Lacs DSOs, CROs, , Regulated Power Supplies , Function Generators , Multi-meters 32
2 Signal Processing Lab. 60 59.13 Lacs VLSI Trainer, TMS 320 C6713DSP- starter Kit, Bloom with DSP training product, Computer set, WIPRO, DSP Starter Kit, Dell Desktops 24
3 Computer Lab 60 30
4 Microprocessor and Micro-controller Lab 96 24.18 Lacs 8031/8051 Microprocessor trainer, 8085 Microprocessor kit, 8086 Microprocessor PIC micro Cont, 8051 Microcontroller kit with LCD, Embedded Trainer Kit, XPO 86,Xpo85,NI Lab View Software, My Rio Board, Proteus Software. 30
5 Micro-wave and Ultra-high frequency Lab 60 36.64 Lacs CRO, Function Generator, Klystron based microwave bench with accessories, Gunn Oscillator based  microwave test bench with accessories, Components  for microwave test bench, Antenna Laboratory Setup, Klystron Mount with Klystron Tube 24
6 Electronic Instrumentation 60 16
7 Basic Communication Lab 72 63.02 Lacs DSOs, CROs, , Regulated Power Supplies, Function Generators , Multi-meters, Analog and Digital Communication Kits, Fiber Digital link with transmitter & Receiver, Color TV trainer , Satellite Comm. Trainer, CD Player, HDTV Trainer 32
8 Advance Communication Lab  72 24
9 Analog Electronics Lab   96 21.56 Lacs DSOs, CROs, , Regulated Power Supplies, Function Generators , Multi-meters 24
10 PG and Research Laboratory 72 2.47 Lacs Embedded System Kits. 24
11 Computer Lab  60 13.82 Lacs   24
Grand Total   233.47 Lacs    



 

e-TESA

 

e-TESA stands for Electronics and Telecommunication Students Association. e-TESA consists of total of 16 members with President, Vice-President, General Secretary, Joint Secretary, Treasurer, Co-Treasurer and other supporting members.


 e-TESA conducts various technical events such as Aptitude tests, Teletronixx and Sports activities like carrom, cricket, chess etc. A National level technical paper presentation event named 'Technovision-2k16' was conducted by e-TESA in March 2016 which got  a tremendous response from various parts of the country and was a grand success. This year e-TESA celebrated 'Teachers Day' on the 5th of September and also conducted a 'Quiz competition' on the occasion of Engineers Day on 15th of September with a total of 200 students participating in the competition.


'Abhivyakti-2k16' was a highlight event of this year. It was a state level cultural event. Around 900 students participated in 17 different sub-events which included Drama, Dance, Expo, Fine-Arts, Singing and Bollymania. The response for each event from all over the state was commendable.


e-TESA has been co-ordinated and is working unitedly for the welfare and development of students from E&TC Department. Next year we are also organising a Debate competition in the month of February, a technical event 'Teletronixx' in the month of March and various personality development activities are also going to be undertaken.


All the e-TESA activities and events are taken under the guidance of Prof. S. O. Dahad Sir (HoD E&TC), and Prof. M. S. Sadavarte Sir (e-TESA faculty incharge).

 

The e-TESA body for the year 2016-17 is-

 

President Chetan Ransing
Vice-President Kaushendra Sah
General Secretary Ankit Gupta
Joint Secretary Anil Payghan
Treasurer Kavita Patil
Co-Treasurer Karan Kumar

 


and other supporting members.

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1 List of Faculty Members (13.46)KB
2 Prof. Dr. D. S. Chaudhari (HoD) (11.97)KB
3 Prof. S. O. Dahad (92.45)KB
4 Prof. Dr. M. H. Nerkar (833.96)KB
5 Prof. G. K. Andurkar (981.75)KB
6 Prof. A. G. Andurkar (419.22)KB
7 Prof. M. S. Sadavarte (499.24)KB
8 Prof. S. M. Patil (274.8)KB
9 Prof. M. R. Dhotre (190.92)KB
10 Prof. Y. D. Kapse (297.62)KB
11 Prof. D. M. Gaikwad (169.57)KB

The academic year started with activity of Teacher’s day, celebrated by e-TESA.

 

Under e-TESA, department had organized expert lecture of Mr. Samir Dudhgaonkar, Vice President at Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture, Fort, Mumbai.

 

Automation workshop was organised for BE class.

 

PCB design workshop was organised for S. Y. B. Tech class.

 

Industrial Visits was organised to All India Radio for S. Y. B. Tech class & to Omega Enterprises, Soyo Systems for BE class.

 

Industrial lectures of Mr. Shrikant Ganjare, Mr. V. S. Mahajan, Mr. Rajesh Phapale, Mr. Dhiraj Bhandare & Mr. Vilas Gade from alumni & industry had organised.

 

In academic year 2015-16 e-TESA introduced 6 houses in department, in which students from F. Y. B. Tech to B.E. were divide into 6 groups under which various technical & non-technical games had organised. Out of which, essay competition was conducted on the occasion of Engineer’s day in the department.

 

Deprtment had organised dance compilation in national level ABHIVYAKTI 2K16 cultural programme. Under e-TESA, department had organised different sports activities like chess, cricket matches.

 

An attempt was made to avail the students a platform to enhance their technical knowledge and presentation skills. TECHNOVISION 2K16, a National Level Technical Paper Presentation Contest for students, was held on Saturday, 12th March, 2016. It was a one day event conducted under Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQUIP-II) by department of Electronics & Telecommunication in coordination with student association of the department, e-TESA, due to hard efforts of publicity team, this event got a good response from different states to make this event in short span of time. There were 114 registrations made for this event out of which 98 aspirants sent their papers. Selection of papers was not an easy job, but due to great efforts of scrutiny team including various heads of departments, 45 finest papers were selected.

 

There were two groups in competition viz. group A & group B :

 

 

Group

Winner

College

 

 

A

Akshay Deotale

St. Vincent Palloti College of Engineering, Nagpur

Nilay Akre

Druva

Amey Dahad

SKNCOE, Pune

Kranti Sangole

GCOE, Amrawati

 

B

Ankit Chauhan

IIT Roorkee

Manjul Sharma

SSGSIE&T, Nanded

Vishwam Pandya

 

Dignitaries like Prof. N. S. Chaudhari (Director VNIT, Nagpur), Shri. Sanjay Birla (Member BoM, GCOE Jalgaon) & Dr. G. G. Bhutada (I/C Principal, GCOE Chandrapur) had added grace & elegance to the event with their presesnce.

 

The whole TECHNOVISION 2K16 team along with e-TESA office bearers worked hard under guidance of Principal Dr. R. P. Borkar, Chairperson of the event Prof. S. O. Dahad, Convener Prof. M. S. Sadavarte, Organising secretary Prof. S. C. Kulkarni, Co-convener Prof. M. R. Dhotre, Prof. Y. D. Kapse, Prof. D. M. Gaikwad, to make this event a huge success.

 

ZONAL LEVEL PLAYERS 2015-16

 

 

NAME OF STUDENT

SPORT

Prarambh Mangaonkar

Football

Swapnali Munde

Kabaddi

Priyanka Patil

Archery

Priyanka Ware

Archery

Meghna Shinde

Table Tennis

Shradha Gadekar

Table Tennis

Ravina Raundale

Basketball And Handball

Bharti Changhode

Kho-Kho

Priyanka Sabale

Kho-Kho

 

 

 

                            COLLEGE SPORTS WEEK ACHIEVEMENTS 2015-16

 

 

NAME OF STUDENT

SPORT

Boys

Cricket

(runner-up)

Girls

Boys

Handball (runner-up)

Boys

Kho-Kho

(winner)

Girls

Boys

Athletics (winner)

Girls

Athletics (runner-up)

Boys

Volleyball (runner-up)

Girls

Kabaddi (runner-up)

 

 

 

GATE QUALIFIERS 2015-16

 

 

NAME OF STUDENTS

MARKS

Ankita Kulkarni

28.35

Pooja Wani

28.33

Nikita Katariya

28.04

Shital Kale

26.10

Shrikant Khobargade

25.60

Ananand Bhujade

21.96

 

 

BoS Composition (2016-2017)

 

Sr. No.

Designation

Name, Designation and Affiliation

Designation of member as per guidelines

1

Chairman

 Prof S. O. Dahad (9423772227)

Associate Professor in Electronics,

GCOE, Jalgaon.  

Head of the Department  

2

 

Member

Dr. S. V. Bonde (9403000800)

 Professor in Electronics,

S.G.G.S., Nanded.

Two Experts (In the subject from outside the college to be nominated by Academic council)

3

Member

Dr. K. M. Bhurchandi(9822939421)

 Professor in Electronics,

VNIT Nagpur.

4

Member

Dr.A.J.Patil (9422780452)

Principal,Shri Gulabrao Deokar College of Engineering,Jalgaon.

One expert ( To be nominated by the vice-chancellor from panel of six recommended by the college Principal)

5

Member

Shri.Prashant G.Marathe (9325922578) Director, Oasis Technologies, Pune.

One representative (From industry)

6

Member

Prof. Kaustubh Sakhare(9325759735) Assistant Professor in Electronics,

PICT, Pune.

Experts from outside the college (Coopted)

7

Member

Shri. Devadatta C. Gokhale (9422776985) Director, Gokhale’s Advanced Training Institute, Jalgaon

One postgraduate meritorious alumnus

8

Member

Prof. M. H. Nerkar (9422707267)

 Associate Professor in Electronics (VIth pay) and Head of the Department,

GCOE, Jalgaon

 

 

 

 

 

Regular Faculty in the department

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regular Faculty in the department

9

Member

Prof. G. K. Andurkar (9822559974) Associate Professor in Electronics (CAS)

GCOE, Jalgaon

10

Member

Prof. A.G. Andurkar (9011066741) Assistant Professor in Electronics

 GCOE, Jalgaon

11

Member

Prof. M. S. Sadavarte (9881095623) Assistant Professor in Electronics

 GCOE, Jalgaon

12

Member

Prof. S.M Patil (7588007788)

Assistant Professor in Electronics

 GCOE, Jalgaon

13

Member

Prof. Y.D. Kapse (9420084016)

Assistant Professor in Electronics

GCOE, Jalgaon

14

Member

Prof. D.M. Gaikwad (9371878509)

Assistant Professor in Electronics

GCOE, Jalgaon

15

Invitee

Member

Prof.S.P.Khachane (9028321789)

Assistant Professor in Electronics

GCOE, Jalgaon

Contract Faculty

16

Invitee

Member

Prof.S.R.Kharat (8097916215)

Assistant Professor in Electronics

GCOE, Jalgaon

17

Invitee

Member

Prof.T.Suman (9426546466)

Assistant Professor in Electronics

GCOE, Jalgaon

18

Member

Secretary

Prof. M. R. Dhotre (9421516531)

 Assistant Professor in Electronics

GCOE, Jalgaon

 

 

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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

 

The graduate of this engineering college seeking bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering should - 

 

i.  Attain a strong foundation in basic sciences, basic engineering courses in addition to core courses in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

 

ii.  Be able to solve technological problems faced by industries in modern technological society as a prolific engineer.

 

iii.  Be able to adapt rapidly changing global industrial scenario due to advancements in technology/concepts and continue the process of lifelong learning to succeed in professional career. 

 

iv.  Function as innovator and professional in product development.  

 

v.  Be able to function effectively as a member or team leader in core and multidisciplinary teams and attain project management competencies.

 

vi.  Be proactive to duties and responsibilities towards society and nation as an individual and engineer.

 

Program Outcomes (POs)

 

To enable the students of this program to accomplish the PEOs, the curriculum is designed so that the graduates are able to -

 

a.  apply knowledge of basic sciences, mathematics and basic engineering courses as appropriate to the field of electronics and telecommunication engineering.

 

b.  design and conduct experiments on electronics industrial set up, as well as analyze and interpret the resulting data.

 

c.  design a component, system or process to meet the specifications and requirements within pragmatic constraints. 

 

d.  solve problems related to electronics engineering in interdisciplinary projects.

 

e.  solve industrial problems related to electronics, communication engineering, networking and maintenance of engineering systems employing electronic sub-system.

 

f.  understand and adapt universal skills and culture without losing human and ethical values.

 

g.  communicate (oral and written) effectively both individually and within multidisciplinary teams.

 

h.  understand and apply contextual knowledge to assess and solve  social, health, safety, legal  cultural and environmental issues related to engineering practices in general and electronics engineering practices in particular.

 

i.  recognize the need for and have the ability to engage in, perpetual learning by working on projects for which they have no prior experience andby adapting latest advancement in technology and concepts.

 

j.  interpret and update with contemporary issues affecting engineering industry.

 

k.  manage the project under execution effectively and professionally using the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

 

l.  assist in research and development activities.

 

m.  maintain quality, timeliness and continuous improvement.

Workshop Training/ programs conducted by the department:

 

For Students

 

Sr. no.

Title

Details of organizing body

Venue

Duration

1

‘Industrial Automation’ by Teknocrat’s Control System (I) Pvt. Ltd, Nashik

Prof. S. O. Dahad,   D. M. Gaikwad

GCOEJ

One day

2

Industrial Visit to Doordarshan (HPT) Jalgaon

Prof. M. R. Dhotre, D. M. Gaikwad

Doordarshan (HPT) Jalgaon

One day

3

Industrial Visit to BSNL Jalgaon

D. M. Gaikwad,  Prof. M. R. Dhotre

BSNL Jalgaon

One day

4

Indo German Tool Room, Aurangabad

Prof. S. O. Dahad, D. M. Gaikwad

GCOEJ

One day

5

‘Industrial Automation’ by Teknocrat’s Control System (I) Pvt. Ltd, Nashik

Prof. S. O. Dahad, D. M. Gaikwad

GCOEJ

One day

 

For Faculties

 

Sr. No.

Title

Details of Organization Body

Venue

Duration

1

TEQIP-II Sponsored state Level Conference on “Curriculum development-2012”

Prof. S. O. Dahad

Government College Of Engineering Jalgaon

6-7 Oct 2012

2

TEQIP-II Sponsored one week STTP on ‘Leveraging the Expertise of Technical Teaching’

Prof. S. O. Dahad, Prof. M. S. Sadavarte

Government College of Engineering, Jalgaon

16 Sept 2013 to 21 Sept 2013

3

TEQIP-II Sponsored one week STTP on ‘Wavelets and Time-Frequency Decomposition’

Prof. S. O. Dahad, Prof. M. S. Sadavarte

Government College of Engineering, Jalgaon

28 Nov to 02 Dec 2016

 

Training/ Workshops attended by the faculties

 

Sr. No.

Name of faculty

Year wise participation

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

1

Prof. S. O. Dahad

--------

--------

--------

  1

 

  1

2

Prof. M. H. Nerkar

--------

---------

  2

--------

--------

  1

3

Prof. G. K. Andurkar

--------

----------

  2

 

 

  1

4

Prof. G. R. Phulay

  1

  1

  2

--------

--------

--------

5

Prof. M. R. Dhotre

--------

  1

  3

  1

  1

  1

6

Prof. Y. D. Kapse

  1

  1

  2

  1

  1

  1

7

Prof. S. C. Kulkarni

--------

  1

  2

  1

  1

  1

8

Prof. D. M. Gaikwad

  1

  1

  2

  1

  1

  1

9

Prof. A. G. Andurkar

--------

--------

  3

  1

  1

  1

10

Prof. M. S. Sadavarte

--------

--------

  2

  1

  1

  1

11

Prof. S. M. Patil

--------

--------

  1

  1

 

  1

12

Prof. S. P. Khachane

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--------

--------

--------

  1

13

Prof. S. R. Kharat

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  1

 

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