Welcome to Electronics Engineering

The field of electronics has revolutionized the world over the last century. In the recent times, ground breaking innovations in the core field of electronics have slowed down but an exponential growth has happened in emerging applications, innovations, and system level developments in the Power Electronics, and Communication fields. Today, electronics act at a core technology for many other practicing industries. The department has in place a healthy eco-system for research. The major research members that are actively engaged in research and development: Communications, Intelligent Systems, Machine Vision, and Digital Systems. We welcome industrial partners for long-term research collaborations in electronics, robotics, and biomedical engineering in the hope of solving their industrial problems in a consistent way, which is the key for them to maintain sustainability and competitiveness in the long-term.

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To become a front-runner in bringing out globally competent and practically oriented electronics engineers, innovators, researchers, and entrepreneurs and thereby contribute value to the knowledge-based economy and society.


M1: To apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and communication skills for electronics students.
M2: To provide state-of-the-art resources that contributes to achieve excellence in teaching-learning, research and development activities.
M3: To enable students to develop skills to solve complex technological problems of current times and also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities.
M4: To inculcate moral and ethical values among the facul and students.

Students will be able to:
PO1: Engineering Knowledge: apply knowledge of mathematics, science and electronics engineering to solve complex engineering problems.
PO2: Problem Analysis: identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems to arrive at valid conclusions.
PO3: Design & Development of Solutions: design algorithm, a system, circuit, component, or process to meet desired needs with real time constraints.
PO4: Investigation of Complex Problem: design experiments, analyze and interpret data to arrive at valid conclusions.
PO5: Apply appropriate techniques and tools in the modeling and design of electronic Systems.
PO6: Engineer and Society: apply the knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issue and consequent responsibilities to electronics engineer.
PO7: Environment & Sustainability: demonstrate knowledge and an understanding of an impact of engineering solution on environment and need for sustainable development.
PO8: Ethics: commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering Practice.
PO9: Individual & Team work: function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: Communication: effectively communicate, write report, design documentation and make presentations.
PO11: Project management & Finance: demonstrate knowledge and an understanding of management principles and apply them while managing projects.
PO12: Lifelong Learning: recognize need for and engage in lifelong learning in the context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO.1 Design building blocks of real time applications and automation by using modern engineering tools and multidisciplinary concepts.
PSO.2 Build confidence to participate and succeed in competitive examinations and technical competitions.
PSO.3 Broaden the knowledge in various administrative skill sets, exposure to entrepreneurial setup and society outreach program as a whole.

Programme Educational Objectives


Prof. Elahi Shaikh

HOD, Electronics Department

The department of Electronics is located in a capacious environment with a state of the art facilities and highly qualified faculties. The department works with the objective of addressing acute challenges faced by the Academia, Industry and the Society and is striving to set new academic standards with wide acceptability of their graduates in the industry globally. Perhaps, even more important is our endless commitment and perseverance towards our students, helping them to learn, cultivate, progress, and accomplish their goals in their chase to excel in their professional career.

Teaching Staff

Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:M.TECH, BE
Area of Interest:Power Electronics
Qualification: ME, BE
Area of Interest:Digital Electronics
Area of Interest:Embedded System
Designation:Asst Professor
Area of Interest:Mobile Communication
Area of Interest:

Non-Teaching Staff

Designation:Lab. Assistant
Designation:Lab. Assistant

  Name of the Laboratory                       Description

Analog Electronics
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This laboratory course enables students to get practical experience in design,assembly,testing and evaluation of different circuit
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The lab has 24 high configuratrion PCs with Xilinx Software, Matlab Software,Scilab, Multisim, Microwind, EMU 8086, Proteus, Express PCB, DAC card
Power Electronics
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All the industry grade power devices and drives are available. Students get exposure of practical drives and their working. This lab is fully equiped with standard drives for realtime application, which explores the practical application at industry level.
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The main objective of this lab course is to gain the practical hands on experience of programming the 8086 microprocessor and 8051 microcontroller and a lso to gain knowledge on interfacing of different peripherals to microprocessor. Microprocessor technology is an exciting, challenging and growing field which will pervade industry for decades to come. To meet the challenges of this growing technology, one has also to be conversant with the programming aspects of the microprocessor and microcontroller.
Digital Electronics
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The main objective of this lab course is to gain the practical hands on Concept of Vcc and Ground, verification of the Truth Tables of Logic Gates using TTL Ics,cmos ICS, Data Sheet.

Notice Board

  • Publications by Staff
  • Shimpi Nilesh Lotan

    Published a paper entitled "Brain Tumour Detection And Extraction" in "IJAREST" in October - 2017

  • Shaikh Elahi Emam

    Published a paper entitled "Near Field Communication (nfc) Based Vehicle Management System" in "IJRITCC" in April - 2016

  • Bharambe Komal Nitin

    Published a paper entitled "A Novel Approach To Detect The Movements Of Target In Wireless Sensor Network" in "IJRITCC" in May - 2016

  • Students Achievements

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