ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Department Profile

The Department has committed Faculty members for taking care of academic and other requirements of the students. It offers B. Tech. in Electronics Engineering and M. Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering. In addition for Ph.D. programme there are two seats under QIP and one seat under TEQIP II as research cum teacher fellow. At present there are nine Ph.D. scholars under QIP/TEQIP. Besides this the Department is also offering regular Ph.D. programme as per AKTU ordinances. The Department has successfully implemented many sponsored projects funded by World Bank and Swiss Govt, AICTE, DST, DRDO and TEQIP. The Board of Studies of the Department regularly updates the syllabus to meet the requirements of Industry and Academia. The Department is having well equipped labs and software for Virtual Instrumentation, VLSI Design, PCB Design, Signal Processing, Optical Networks etc.. Various extracurricular activities are regularly organized by the students under the aegis of Association of Electronics Engineers for their overall development. The students of the Department are well placed in Govt. Sector, Private sector, MNCs, Civil Services, Engineering Services, Teaching, R & D, higher education in IITs and IIMs.

The Faculty of the Department is well qualified and associated with Institutes of repute like IITs, IISC, NITs and has published several papers in referred Journals and Conferences of International and National repute. The Faculty members of the Department are continuously involved in R & D activities with their research students. Several National Level Seminars, Conferences, Faculty Development Programmes, Expert Lectures, Workshops etc. have been organized by the Department. The Department is also growing in terms of Infrastructure. Various grants have been received from AKTU, TEQIP and RUSA (National Higher Education Mission) MHRD for equipment and separate building of the Department.

Programmes
B. Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering
M.Tech. in Electronics & Communication
Syllabus
B. Tech. in Electronics & Communication Engineering

Syllabus

B.Tech Electronics Engineering VIEW
M.Tech. in Electronics & Communication

Syllabus

M. TECH ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION VIEW

Course structure for PhD program in different specializations.
PhD courses should be taken by students in consultation with their thesis supervisors.

Faculty
Dr. Krishna Raj

Professor & Head

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 9450607840

Mrs. RAJANI BISHT

Associate Professor

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 9721456077

Dr. A. K. SHANKHWAR

Associate Professor

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 9721456076

Mr. ASHUTOSH SINGH

Associate Professor

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 9721456028

Name Designation Mobile No. Email Id
Mrs. Nayanica Srivastava Assistant Professor. 8795962901 [email protected]
Mr. Partha Saha Assistant Professor 9097454763 [email protected]
Mr. Suman Kumar Mitra Assistant Professor 7002436672 [email protected]
Mr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh Assistant Professor 8896414960 [email protected]
Mr. Manish Kumar Singh Assistant Professor 8853230992 [email protected]
Dr. Preeti Agarwal Mittal Assistant Professor 8090619619 [email protected]
Mr. Dev Chandra Jaiswal Assistant Professor 8127676553 [email protected]
Mr. Ambar Yadav Assistant Professor 7985500603 [email protected]
Administrative Officers

Staff Members

Shri.-IshrarMohd

Shri Ishrar Mohd.

Technical Assistant

9450333746

Shri-Raj-Kumar

Shri Raj Kumar

Technical Assistant

9839262533

Students

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Laboratories

Analog Circuit Laboratory

This laboratory explores the design, construction, and debugging of analog electronic circuits, investigate the performance characteristics of semiconductor devices (diodes, BJTs and MOSFETs) and functional analog building blocks, including single stage amplifiers, op amps, small audio amplifier, filters. Lectures and laboratory projects of the course are devoted to the design, implementation of a project in an environment similar to that of engineering design in industry.

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Electronics Workshop & PCB Laboratory

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This lab is fully equipped with hardware & software tools including transformer and coil winding machine. Single Sided PCB of Analog & Digital circuits can be designed in this Lab. In order to design Layout of complex circuits Express PCB software is available. A spin coater system is available to make a uniform & thin coating of chemicals on a glass epoxy sheet.

A dry film laminator facility is also available which is helpful in single sided PCB designing. Along with above facilities, all the basic facility for PCB designing is available in this Lab. The transformer winding facility is also available in this lab. This Lab is useful for faculty, staff and students for their research work / higher study & completion of project work.

 

Microprocessors Laboratory

The Microprocessor Lab is utilized for understanding the internal organization of basic and advanced microprocessors. In this lab, the students are trained for attaining the objectives of mathematical operations and interfacings through Assembly Language Programs which employs instruction sets of processors. In addition to it, the students also educated regarding the interfacing of the processor with various peripheral devices. Microprocessor laboratory is equipped with several modern microprocessor kits and interfacing devices. The Faculties provide in depth knowledge of writing and executing assembly language programs to the students so that they can solve the real world problems.

Simulation Laboratory
 

Simulation Laboratory

In this laboratory, the students are exposed with programming and simulation side of Electronics Engineering. Here, several advanced and updated software including Lab View, MATLAB, Proteus, OptiSim and others are available for helping students in better understanding of concepts of Electronics and Communication Engineering. In this lab, the real time interfacing of equipped with computer may also be made with the help of DAQ Cards. The laboratory is also equipped with several personal computers connected with LAN along with Printing facility.

Simulation Laboratory
Facilities

The Electronics Engineering Department is having well equipped laboratories with most modern infrastructure to cater the present day need of the industries. The department is facilitated with all the necessary laboratories, for grooming the research and development skills of Engineering students. The various Departmental Laboratories are Electronics Laboratory, Electronic Workshop and PCB Laboratory, Microprocessor Laboratory, Simulation Laboratory, Communication Laboratory and Research Laboratory. These Laboratories are in fact the areas where students are not only performing experiments related to various practical aspects of the concepts but also make their dream true in terms of innovative research. The details of laboratories are as follows.

COMMUNICATION LAB:

Related Courses: Analog Integrated Circuits Lab, Analog Communication Lab, Digital Communication, Optical Fiber Communication

Faculty In charge: Dr. A. K. Shankhwar

Technical Assistant: Mr. Raj Kumar

Location: East Wing, First Floor

ELECTRONICS LAB:

Related Courses: Devices and Circuits, Digital Electronics

Faculty In charge: Dr. Manoj Kumar Shukla

Technical Assistant: Mr. Israr Mohammad

Location: West Wing, Ground Floor

MICROPROCESSOR LAB:

Related Courses: Microprocessor, Digital Signal Processing, VLSI Design

Faculty In charge: Ashutosh Singh

Technical Assistant: Mr. Raj Kumar

Location: West Wing, First Floor>

PCB DESIGN LAB:

Related Courses: PCB design Lab and Projects

Faculty In charge: Dr. Manoj Kumar Shukla

Technical Assistant: Mr. Israr Mohammad

Location: West Wing, Ground Floor

SIMULATION LAB:

Related Courses: Devices and Circuits, Digital Electronics, Analog Communication, Digital Communication, VLSI Design, Optical Fiber Communication

Faculty In charge: Ashutosh Singh

Technical Assistant: Mr. Raj Kumar

Location: West Wing, First Floor

RESEARCH LAB:

Related Courses: Utilized by M. Tech. and Ph.D. students for their research activities

Faculty In charge: Ashutosh Singh

Technical Assistant: Mr. Raj Kumar

Location: East Wing, First Floor

All the labs are well equipped with basic equipped having Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Power Supplies, Function Generators, Component Development Boards etc.. Apart from basic equipped, the Department is also having specialized equipped. Some of them are as follows.

  • State of the art Oscilloscopes
  • Facilities for developing PCBs
  • Microwave Benches
  • Optical Fiber Kits and Trainers
  • Antenna Trainer
  • FPGA Kits
  • Vector Network Analyzer
  • Work Stations with latest Configurations
  • Communication Kits
  • CDMA Trainer,
  • Microprocessors Kits
  • DSP Kits
  • Instrumentation Kits

Software

  • Lab View (Virtual Instrumentation Software with DAQ Cards)
  • OptiSim (Optical Communication Link and Network Simulator),
  • DSP software,
  • Proteus (Circuit Simulation Software)
  • Active HDL (Logic Level Simulator)
  • AIM SPICE (Circuit Level Simulator)
  • Tanner Tool (Semiconductor Device Design Simulator)
  • Optimization Software
  • Matlab (In process)

Solid State Devices and Circuits Lab

The basic and advance applications of electronics components are part and parcel of life of an Electronics Engineer. This lab provides the wide exposure of concepts and applications of solid state devices and circuits to the students. Students conduct experiments in this Lab so as to become acquainted with Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Cathode-ray oscilloscope, and Signal generators along with other instruments including Audio Generator, Function Generators, Digital Logic Trainer etc. The lab is also equipped with Trainer Kits, Multi O/P Power Supply, Frequency counter, Digital Trainer, LCRQ Meters, etc.

Digital Electronics Lab

The Digital Electronics Lab is a place for students to understand the concepts of the Boolean logic along with applications of digital integrated circuits. With this ability, students learn the basics and advances of digital electronics along with study of various digital blocks including encoders and decoders, multiplexers and de-multiplexers, flip-flops, counters and shift registers, parity generators and checkers etc. The students are promoted to perform experiments on component level so that they may understand the component level designing of digital circuits.

Communication Lab

Without communication, no information may be processed. In this laboratory, the practical exposure of Analog and digital communication is provided to students through experiments performed on kits and components in association with state of art. The experiments performed in this lab help in enhancing the knowledge of students about various Communication techniques including AM, FM, PM, DSB-SC, SSB-SC, PAM, PPM, PWM, PCM, ASK, FSK, PSK etc. They are also provided with the exposure of modern communication techniques which includes CDMA, GSM and others. The lab is equipped with communication System Trainer Kits, Microwave & Antenna Trainer Kits, X-Band Microwave Kit, Fiber Optics Trainer Kit, CTV Trainer with Video Camera & Monitors O/E & E/O Converters, Optical Attenuator and Optical Power Meter etc.

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Microwave Lab

microwave-lab

This lab provides understanding about fundamentals and application of microwave engineering, transmission of microwave signals, and principles underlying microwave devices and equipped to measure various parameters. The laboratory is adequately equipped with Klystron tubes, Gunn diodes, Klystron power supplies, Modulators, Directional couplers, Tees, Circulators, Isolators and VSWR meters.

 

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Simulation Laboratory

The Digital Signal Processing Laboratory is used to introduce the basic principles, methods, and applications of digital signal processing, to explore its algorithmic, computational, and programming aspects of DSP hardware for real-time signal processing applications. In this laboratory student generates the ability to program digital signal processing algorithms in C and MATLAB, including the design, implementation, and real-time operation of digital filters, and applications of the Fast Fourier Transforms.

 
Research/ Project/ Consultancy
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Achievements

  • The Department had been selected as model department by the Department of Electronics, Govt. of India under project IMPACT during 1991-96.
  • In 2002 Department started M. Tech. program with specialization in Electronics and Communication.
  • Started Ph.D. program under QIP in 2012.
  • The faculty of the Department is well qualified and associated with world class institutes such as IITs, IISc, NITs. All the faculty of the Department is either Ph.D. or pursuing his or her Ph.D..
  • The faculty of the Department is extensively involved in research activities along with Teacher Fellows which results in journals (including IEEE), conferences and book publications.
  • The faculty of the Department regularly conducts and attends conferences, workshops and Faculty Development Programs.
  • The Department is having a good number of Teacher Fellow pursuing research and helping in academic work under TEQIP-II.
  • The first Ph.D. of the Department is awarded to Dr. Ram Chandra Singh Chauhan in 2015.
  • Prof. G. P. Bagaria, Associate Professor in the Department received the Second prestigious Satyendra Kumar Dubey Memorial Award from IIT Kanpur in 2006.
  • The Department is organizing Annual National Level students Technical festival TechERA since 1998.
  • An invited lecture was delivered by Mr. Arun Kumar P. Associated with the design and development of spacecraft onboard engines and trustees for Mangalyaan during TechERA 2015 under TEQIP II.
  • Major companies like ST microelectronics, Intel. Wipro, Infosys, Texas Instruments, Agilent Technologies, visit for campus placements.
  • Many students of the Department opt for higher studies at IIMs, IITs, and MS programs at foreign Universities.
  • Many students of the Department got selected in UPSC, PSUs.
  • The Department has successfully implemented many sponsored projects funded by Swiss Bank, AICTE, DST, DRDO and TEQIP.
  • Department is benefitted from TEQIP and TEQIP-II schemes.
Contacts

Dr. Krishna Raj

Professor & Head

Phone: 7081300509

Email: [email protected]