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Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering

Undergraduate Program (B.Tech.)
Intake: 120

HOD's Message

Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering is the largest and also the fastest growing field of engineering. The department was established in 1983 and is one of the oldest departments of MGMU. The majority of our alumni have acquired top positions in all walks of life.

The department offers an undergraduate program B.Tech. in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering and a postgraduate program M.Tech. in Electronics Engineering. The department also has a Ph.D. Research Centre. The research facilities are supported by the advanced facilities available in the department. The department has an endless commitment and perseverance towards our students to impart up-to-date technical knowledge and cutting-edge technologies in this field.

E&TC department strives hard to enhance the technical competence of our students by providing excellent infrastructure, abundant resources, innovative teaching-learning processes and highly qualified and experienced faculty.

MGMU’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College has an exciting time ahead as our country is facing great scientific and technical challenges and the solution to many of which will be found by Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers and it can be by you!

I invite you to join us in this mission, as we all together can improve our lives and build the world.

Dr. Sunil N. Pawar

Associate Professor and Head

hodect@jnec.ac.in

Program Outline

In the last three decades, drastic changes have taken place in the field of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering. These changes have revolutionized the life of masses.

Electronics Technology has entered in all the walks of life. This technology finds its applications in Consumer, Industrial, Civil, Military, Medical and in many more fields. Today, in many fields, we can’t imagine Automation without the use of Electronics.

The Department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineeringhas designed a unique program of B.Tech. (E&TC) approved by All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE), New Delhi. that not only develops the Industry needed expertise in the chosen domain but also helps to acquire a professional attitude, effective communication skills, leadership qualities, management skills and an ability to use engineering expertise for solving social issues using Gandhian philosophy.

Key Features

  • Full-fledged and well-equipped laboratories

  • Vibrant IEEE students’ chapter

  • Various social activities like blood donation camp, donation of food grains, tree plantation, etc. are conducted frequently

  • Teacher-guardian scheme is effectively implemented

  • Placements in national and multi-national companies

  • Students are motivated to take-up Industry sponsored projects, GIZ projects and interdisciplinary projects

  • Innovation Incubation and Research Centre (IIRC) equipped with advanced technological platform. It has following facilities –

    1. Industrial mechatronics Lab (Christiani Sharpline Technical Training Pvt.Ltd., Germany)
    2. Industrial automation Lab (Siemens, Germany)
    3. Industrial robotics Lab (TAL, India and YASKAWA, Japan)
    4. Autonomous vehicle Lab ( Driverless Car-ADAS, USA)
    5. Electric vehicle Lab (CSTT, Germany)
    6. Advanced drone Lab
    7. Flow measurement Lab (Endress+Hauser, Germany)


Career Opportunities

Electronics engineering is one of the comprehensive disciplines among all engineering disciplines. It offers platform for a great deal of interdisciplinary wok. Electronics engineers apply knowledge and skills of circuit design, programming and prototyping to continuously build new products. An electronics engineer can find a variety of career options and can work as the following designations:

  • Automation Engineer
  • Embedded Systems Architect
  • Software/IT Analyst
  • Solutions Architect– Cloud Computing
  • Telecom Network Design & Planning Engineer
  • Telecom Architect
  • Technical Director
  • Electronics Design, Research and Development Engineer
  • Control Systems Engineer
  • IC Design Engineer
  • SoC Power Analyst
  • Electronics & Communication Consultant
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Researcher

Program Structure

  • Offers a major degree in Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering and a minor degree in Electronics Engineering
  • Four verticals relevant to Industry are offered
  • Three Industry driven open electives are offered
  • Programming languages are taught in an Integrated Classroom Environment
  • Modern pedagogies like Flip classroom, problem based Learning, project-based Learning, activity-based Learning are used for curriculum delivery
  • Subjects having social Importance like Gandhian Thoughts and Agriculture Electronics are offered

Following four verticals are offered which enable students to pursue the domain expertise of their interest:

 

GROUP-A

(IOT & AI)

GROUP-B

(COMMUNICATION)

GROUP-C

(AUTOMATION)

GROUP-D

(VLSI)

PROGRAM ELECTIVE-I

IOT

Microwave & Optical Communication

Robotics

VLSI Design

PROGRAM ELECTIVE-II

Machine Learning

Mobile Computing

Industrial Automation and Drives

CMOS Design

PROGRAM ELECTIVE-III

Artificial Intelligence

Satellite Communication

E-Vehicle

Analog CMOS Design

Following three open electives are offered:

BASKET – 1 BASKET – 2 BASKET – 3
Automotive Electronics Renewable Energy Sources Wireless Sensor Networks
Mechatronics Agriculture Electronics Network Security
MEMS Energy Storage Biomedical Electronics

Major Recruiters

Infrastructure

Activities

Faculty Development Program at Germany

MGMU’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College has established Innovation Incubation and Research Center (IIRC) for the first time in Marathwada region to enhance industry-oriented skills among students. The college owns industry setups purchased from Christiani Sharpline, a German-based organization. The main facilities of the center includes the Advanced Industrial Automation ,Mechatronics ,Industrial Fluid Power ,Industry 4.0, E-Vehicle and Computer Integrated Manufacturing lab in Association with Christiani Sharpline, Germany and SSIGMA, Pune. The center also has Industrial robotics lab of YASKAWA and TAL BRABO robots. Our main objective is to prepare industry ready engineers and also provide solutions to the surrounding Industries. For this purpose, our faculty also visited Christiani Sharpline, Mumbai and SSIGMA, Pune.

International Sumer School Russia

An Induction program was conducted in the department for newly admitted first year students. In this program various activities were conducted for students like students aspirations and family expectation through which students can get an idea about how to handle aspirations and family expectations, peer pressure as per AICTE guidelines to make them aware of handling peer pressure and various sessions like Gratitude, Self and Body, Prosperity, KBC Game etc.

Industry Visit

Our final year students had visited Greaves Cotton Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabad, on September 10, 2019. The purpose of this visit was to enhance the practical knowledge of the students and to provide them with industrial exposure. The Industry team explained the working and usage of all the electronic systems used there.

Guest Lectures

R.P. Deshpande, a specialist in Indian Capacitor sector, interacted with our third-year students and enlightened them on the topic ‘Electric Vehicles’ on February 4, 2020. The speaker elaborated on various important techniques like better battery selection and battery optimization.

In October 2018 a guest lecture was organized on ‘Industrial Controls & Automation’ by D.K. Deshmukh, Executive Engineer (Retd.) MAHAGENCO, Bhusawal.

On January 27, 2019 a guest lecture on ‘Internet of Things’ was organized by our Proud Alumni Mr. Gurjit Singh Gill, presently working as a Founder and Director of Gill Instruments, Bangalore.

LED Workshop

LED Workshop was arranged for the First-Year students by our faculty members Ms. A.R. Salunke, Ms. C.S. Khandelwal and Ms. S.D. Gavraskar. The aim of the workshop was to develop a cost-effective LED flashing and lighting to understand the modern devices with their capabilities and limitations.

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Teaching Faculty


Dr. Sunil N Pawar
Associate Professor

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Jaideep G Rana
Professor

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Vishwashri A Kulkarni
Assistant Professor

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Suresh A Annadate
Assistant Professor

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Dr. Vijayshree A More
Associate Professor

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Girish R Basole
Assistant Professor

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Aruna P Phatale
Assistant Professor

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Aarti R Salunke
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Chhaya S Khandelwal
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Sumedh Damodhar Jadhav
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Mrudula A Mulay
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Sushama D. Gavarskar
Assistant Professor

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Manesh K Pawar
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Prajakta B Murmude
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Ajay V Khake
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Sunita D Giri
Assistant Professor

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Aniket G Patil
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Tushar A Mohije
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Vaibhav V Ukarande
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Pratibha P Patil
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Vishal J Lipne
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Gaurav R Bhalekar
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Syllabus

MGMU Structure

  • Offers a major degree in Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering and a minor degree in Electronics Engineering.
  • Four verticals relevant to Industry are offered.
  • Three Industry driven open electives are offered.
  • Programming languages are taught in an Integrated Classroom Environment.
  • Modern pedagogies like Flip classroom, problem based Learning, project-based Learning, activity-based Learning are used for curriculum delivery.
  • Subjects having social Importance like Gandhian Thoughts and Agriculture Electronics are offered.

Following four verticals are offered which enable students to pursue the domain expertise of their interest:

 

GROUP-A

(IOT & AI)

GROUP-B

(COMMUNICATION)

GROUP-C (AUTOMATION)

GROUP-D

(VLSI)

PROGRAM ELECTIVE-I

IOT

Microwave & Optical Communication

Robotics

VLSI Design

PROGRAM ELECTIVE-II

Machine Learning

 

Mobile Computing

Industrial Automation and Drives

 

CMOS Design

PROGRAM ELECTIVE-III

Artificial Intelligence

Satellite Communication

 

E-Vehicle

Analog CMOS Design

Following three open electives are offered:

BASKET – 1

BASKET – 2

BASKET – 3

Automotive Electronics

Renewable Energy Sources

Wireless Sensor Networks

Mechatronics

Agriculture Electronics

Network Security

MEMS

Energy Storage

Biomedical Electronics