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Electronics
  • About
  • Vision & Mission
  • Syllabus
  • Resource and Facilities
  • Staff
  • Events
  • Project
  • Toppers

The department of ‘Electronics Engineering’ was established in June 1994 at the inception of the college. It has sanctioned intake capacity of 60 students. The department has a well established, highly motivated and technically excellent staff. To-date all the members of the department are post-graduates in engineering from highly reputed institutes. Each member is actively pursuing his/her development/research in chosen area. This has helped create a strong academic fervor motivating the students towards technical excellence.

The department is proud to be associated with the “Innovation Centre” the brain child of the present principal-Dr. Hari Vasudevan. A number of development activities including product development undertaken by faculty and students are carried out under this forum. The IEEE student’s chapter has been under the mentor-ship of the department faculty since its inception in 1998. This is the platform for nurturing and evaluating not only the technical skills and acumen of the students, but also developing their management & organization capabilities by way of organizing and managing industrial tours, technical seminars, intercollegiate tech-feasts etc.

The department has always motivated its members to excel technically. In this regard, most of the members frequently attend specialized workshops and training sessions. Quite a few faculties from the department are invited by other colleges as well as professional institutions for delivering expert sessions in their chosen areas.

It is a matter of privilege and honor that the NSS (National Service Scheme) activities held in the college are mentored by department faculty. Since its inception the ‘NSS-student’s chapter’, has held a number of social service camps, blood donation camps etc. The cell also motivates students to contribute towards NGOs working in the area of child relief and education.

All in all, the department has a rich blend of academic excellence, professional endeavor and social awareness.

Vision

To strive for excellence in education and R & D in the domain of Electronics engineering through a focused endeavor by committed faculty members and support staff to develop professionally competent engineers, capable of meeting global challenges.

 

Mission 

To provide the best possible educational facilities for training students for careers in electronics engineering and technology.

To educate & conceptualize for the design of implementable solutions and generation of intellectual property rights (IPR).

To foster education, research and technological innovation to create engineers that search, teach and discover.

To nurture value based education by instilling personality traits, professional ethics and social responsibilities.

To promote and propagate green technology for sustainable development.

 

 Program Education Objectives(PEOs)

  1. To  lay a strong foundation  in  mathematical, applied sciences  and  engineering  fundamentals  for problem solving  and to enhance the capability for higher studies.
  2. To  train  students  with  good  scientific  and  engineering  expanse  so  as  to comprehend, analyze and design for systemic solutions and instill receptiveness for life-long learning.
  3. To inculcate in students a multidisciplinary approach to relate engineering issues for broader social context.
  4. To provide students with leadership & teamwork skills, professional & ethical outlook with effective communication methodology for a successful professional career.
  5. To associate with industry for achieving a blend of industry and academia for reciprocative knowledge enhancement. 

 

Program Specific Objectives(PSOs):

  1. To equip students to build, analyse & troubleshoot electronic circuits on hardware and in simulation environment.
  2. To ensure that students can analyze, design & implement various subsystems with competence in transform methods, statistics & probability for system realization.
  3. To motivate & encourage students to pursue core electronics engineering projects with an inter-disciplinary approach & report quality development/research work in publishing domain.

S.E

SE  Subjects  -  SEM  III

·         Applied Mathematics III

·         Electronic Devices

·         Digital Circuits and Design

·         Circuit Theory

·         Electronic Instruments and Measurements

 

SE  Subjects  -  SEM  IV

·         Applied Mathematics IV

·         Discrete Electronic Circuits

·         Microprocessor and Peripherals

·         Principles of Control Systems

·         Fundamentals of Communication Engineering

·         Electrical Machines

 

 

T.E.

TE  Subjects  -  SEM  V

·         Microcontrollers and Applications

·         Design with Linear Integrated Circuits

·         Electromagnetic Engineering

·         Signals and Systems

·         Digital Communication

·         Business Communication and Ethics

·         Mini Project I

 

TE  Subjects  -  SEM  VI

·         Basic VLSI Design

·         Advanced Instrumentation Systems

·         Computer Organization

·         Power Electronics I

·         Digital Signal Processing and Processors

·         Modern Information Technology for Management

·         Mini Project II 

B.E.

Semester VII   

  • VLSI Design
  • Filter Design
  • Power Electronics and Drives
  • Communication Networks
  • Elective-II
    (i) Wireless communication
    (ii) Advances in Biomedical Instrumentation
    (iii) Micro computer system design
    (iv) Digital Image Processing Design
  • Project -I


Semester VIII

  • Advance VLSI Design
  • Robotics and Automation
  • Embedded Systems and Real-Time Programming
  • Elective-III
    (i) Advanced Networking Technologies
    (ii) DSP Processors and architectures
    (iii) Neural Networks & Fuzzy Systems
    (iv) Electronics Product Design
  • Project -II

The department of Electronics Engineering is spread over third floor, of D. J. Sanghvi COE. It has three spacious air-conditioned class-rooms along-with ten very well equipped laboratories. Seamless internet and intranet connectivity is provided using wired and wire-less network. Some of the laboratories are:
 

  • Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Laboratory
  • VLSI and Embedded Systems Laboratory
  • Power Electronics  Laboratory
  • Communication and Signal Processing Lab
  • Analog and Digital Electronics Laboratory
  • BEE Laboratory
     

The laboratories are equipped with conventional as well as special equipments and apparatus which help in grooming and developing student's mind for obtaining practical solutions to a given problem. The department focuses on student development through projects, and hence motivate students to involve in project development activity right from their second year of engineering. With this as view the department has innovatively developed and implemented PCB making technique and train students adequately on the relevant software tools for the same.
Some of the equipments available in department laboratories are:
 

  • CROs Analog / Digital
  • Function Generators / Signal Generators
  • Power Supplies
  • Microwave Bench
  • Logic Analyzer & Pattern Generator
  • Emulator
  • Spectrum Analyzer
  • Color Pattern Generator
  • Universal Programmer
  • Analog & Digital IC Tester
  • LCR Q Meter etc.
  • SMD Rework Station
     

Apart from these equipments, there are ample of kits, tools and development boards, specific as well as generic in nature. The computing facility in the department include 40+ resource rich desktop computers based on Intel Core i3 processor apart from 9+ laptops and sufficient laserjet/deskjet printers & scanners. Apart from system software running on these systems, a number of application software are available with the department, although the focus is to move towards an open source platform to address a wholesome academic and learning environment. Numerous activities are planned and organized by the department as well as its students over the academic year to help achieve an all round development.

  • HODDr. Prasad S. JoshiAssociate Professor & Head
  • Prof.( Ms. ) Darshna N. SankheProf.(Ms) Darshna
    N. Sankhe
    Associate Professor
  • Prof . Ritesh Ramashere SinghProf. Ritesh
    Ramashere Singh
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mr) C.K. BeralProf. C.K. BeralAssistant Professor
  • Prof.( Ms) Bahar C. SoparkarProf.(Ms) Bahar
    C. Soparkar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.( Ms. ) Sejal A. KadamProf. (Ms) Sejal
    A. Kadam
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof . Mayur V. ParulekarProf. Mayur V.
    Parulekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.( Mrs. ) Sheeja P. KumarProf.(Ms) Sheeja
    Nair
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof (Mr) Pavan Kumar BorraProf. Pavan Kumar
    Borra
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mr) Inderjit Singh DhanjalProf. Inderjit Singh
    Dhanjal
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mr.) Vivek NarProf. Vivek NarAssistant Professor
  • Prof. Sandip BanerjeeProf. Sandip Banerjeeadjunct Faculty
  • HODDr. Prasad S. JoshiAssociate Professor & Head
  • Prof.( Ms. ) Darshna N. SankheProf.(Ms) Darshna
    N. Sankhe
    Associate Professor
  • Prof . Ritesh Ramashere SinghProf. Ritesh
    Ramashere Singh
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mr) C.K. BeralProf. C.K. BeralAssistant Professor
  • Prof.( Ms) Bahar C. SoparkarProf.(Ms) Bahar
    C. Soparkar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.( Ms. ) Sejal A. KadamProf. (Ms) Sejal
    A. Kadam
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof . Mayur V. ParulekarProf. Mayur V.
    Parulekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.( Mrs. ) Sheeja P. KumarProf.(Ms) Sheeja
    Nair
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof (Mr) Pavan Kumar BorraProf. Pavan Kumar
    Borra
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mr) Inderjit Singh DhanjalProf. Inderjit Singh
    Dhanjal
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mr.) Vivek NarProf. Vivek NarAssistant Professor
  • Prof. Sandip BanerjeeProf. Sandip Banerjeeadjunct Faculty

Various seminars and conferences are organized by the department throughout the year where the experts from the industries and other organizations guide the young talent and faculty. The following are the details of the various training programs and seminars/workshops organized by the department:

Conference/ Workshops/Seminars (organized in the near past):

  • Organized National Conference on Communication Technology (NCCT -2011, October 14-15) with department of EXTC.
  • One Week STTP on “Microwave and Antenna” Jan 10-14,2011 with department of EXTC.
  • Two days workshop on “Embedded Systems - Importance of Proteus and Virtual System Modeling and Design” organized by Mumbai University and Cybermotion, Hyderabad, July 24-25, 2009.
  • ISTE workshop " Effective Communication and Life Skills " , June 2-6, 2008.
  • ISTE workshop “Mathematics for Engineers " , June 2-6, 2008.
  • ISTE workshop " Signal Processing and communication Engineering " , December 10-20, 2007.
  • ISTE workshop on " Microcontroller & Embedded Systems Design " , December , 2006.
  • "National Conference on Information and Communication Technology (NCICT 2006) Recent Trends and Challenges", Feb 24-26, 2006 with department of EXTC.

DJSCOE-NSS Unit

The NSS motto- NOT ME BUT YOU, underlines that the welfare of the individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society on the whole. The NSS Unit of DJSCOE has demonstrated this motto time and again with many of its events and activities which take place throughout the year. The overall aim of the unit is to give an extension dimension to the education system and acquaint the students youth t community service while they are studying in their institution.

Typical events organized/conducted by the Unit

Slum Survey: Survey of slums for understanding problems faced by slum dwellers.
Color Coding : Color coding lights/fan/AC switches for ease of operation.  
Deeds of Kindness
:   Distributing old clothes/toys and unused medicines to the needy.
Newspaper Collection Drive: Resource generation by door-to-door newspaper collection.
Orphanage Visit: Celebrating Independence Day at Orphanage.
Blood Donation Drive:  Always to be of massive ‘hit’ !  Usually results in more than  500 units of blood collection.
Beach Cleanup Drive: Assist BMC support staff in clean up an sprucing of Juhu Beach area post Ganpati Visarjan days.
Tree Plantation Drive: Usually conducted un suburbs around Mumbai.
Computer Training:  Empowering and educating students of local BMC schools, in Computer Literacy.
Blind School Paper Writing:  Exam paper writers for visually impaired students.

 

 

2014-15

                                       B.E. ELECTRONICS ( 2014 - 2015)

                                                  Final Year Projects

 

 

§  Quadcopter based on flight control board   

§  Expert System based Control of an Inverted Pendulum         

§  Sensorless Field-oriented control of 3 Ø Induction Motor   

§  Position Control using Ultrasonic Levitation Assembly 

§  Automatic Vehicle Accident Detection and Messaging using GPS and GSM modems   

§  PH and Conductivity Measurement

§  3 D Printer  

§  Standalone Stock Market Prediction using Neural Network

§  Automatic Guitar Tunar        

§  Self balancing two wheeled robot  

§  ECG Signal Acquisition and Processing          

§  Self Park car

§  Intelligant Helmet

§  PC based Oscilloscope 

§  Braille Touch pad for blind      

§  3-D Interactive Fluidic Interface    

§  Portable Solar Powered Health Monitioring System  

§  Object Tracking and Trajectory Prediction              

§  Wireless Pupil Controlled PC Mouse

§  Automated Resistance Measurement and Segregation      

§  Navigation Assist for Visually Impaired 

§  Face Detection & login system                            

 

 

 

2013-14

  1. Virtual Mirror    
  2. Automatic Car Parking & Payment System           
  3.  Potable Water Generation         
  4. Anti-Sleep Device For Driver      
  5. Robot Controlled by Intelligent Word Recognition( IWR)               
  6. Navigatin Light Control Panel     
  7. Portable Sign Language Translator Glove              
  8. Automated Sewing Machine     
  9. SCARA Pick & Place Robot           
  10. Tongue Drive System    
  11. Nextgen Power               
  12. Oil / water Pipeline Fault Detection & Monitoring System            
  13. Capacitive level Sensor 
  14. Automated 3-level Car Parking System 
  15. Portable Oscilloscope    
  16. Bipadal Robotic Articulating Transport (BRAT)    
  17. Machine Parameter Testing       
  18. Contact-less credit card Payment System            
  19. Glove based HID             
  20. Automated Toll Plaza Collection System               
  21. Robotic Arm      
  22. Luggage Carrier Robot  
  23. Voice Controlled Robotic Arm

 

2012-13

  1. Automatic Navigation in Industries using RFID
  2. Semiconductor Component Analyzer
  3. Virtual Keyboard
  4. Speech Translator
  5. Smart Power Wheelchair
  6. USB Data Acquisition System
  7. RADAR
  8. Automated Library
  9. Electric Fence Energiser
  10. Smart Card
  11. Intelligent Traffic Control
  12. USB to USB data transfer Module
  13. RTOS and Implementation of CAN Protocol
  14. Finger Print based Student Attendance System
  15. Patient Monitoring System
  16. Pulse Oximeter
  17. Ultrasonic Distance Meter for Navigation and Obstacle Avoidance
  18. Auto Rescue Device For Elevator
  19. Industrial Automation
  20. Road Security against Drunk Driving
  21. Implementation of PCI Express based FPGA
  22. Agricultural Bot
  23. Power Line Communication

2011-12

  1. Automated Library system using RFID
  2. Automation using Gesture recognition
  3. Autonomous Robot
  4. Electronic Pinball Machine
  5. Robot using Neural Networks
  6. Electronic Braille Tutor
  7. Indoor Navigation System for the blind
  8. Simulation of circular and equilateral triangle micro strip antenna with varying stub length
  9. Controller Area Network Protocol (CAN)
  10. Robotic arm
  11. Biometric Recognition System
  12. Multi storey car parking
  13. Security system based on biometrics
  14. Smart classroom using IP
  15. 3G wireless for home automation and device control
  16. Futuristic automation of vehicles
  17. Single board computer
  18. Power Line communication with MODBUS RTU
  19. Automated non - invasive blood pressure monitoring system
  20. Remote topographical survey
  21. Voice controlled Robot
  22. Sign Language to text and speech

2010-11

  1. Projection Keypad
  2. Rope climbing robot
  3. GSM/GPS based heart beat measurement
  4. Fillers using Fuzzy Logic
  5. Home security
  6. Car Data recorder
  7. Multitouch
  8. Ship monitoring and control system
  9. Wireless sensor node
  10. Optical switch scheduling
  11. Self balancing scooter
  12. Electronic eye with dial-up
  13. Interfacing using ARM
  14. Fence intrusion detection
  15. Pressure Based Plant Control System
  16. Temperature control system
  17. GPS receiver
  18. DAQ on 8130 on TIFR
  19. Accelerometer based wireless mouse
  20. Simulation of single mode Fiber Optics & Optical communication components
  21. Broadband microstrip antenna
  22. Blood pressure measurement and display
  23. Wheelchair for Handicap
  24. Multi language aid

2009-10

  1. Image Manipulation Tech. Using MATLAB
  2. Head Controlled input device of Computer
  3. Face Recognition Using Neural Network
  4. CNC Reconditioning and Retrofitting (Vertical Hole Drilling)
  5. Image Encryption & Decryption using Different algorithms
  6. Application of Fuzzy Logic for Motor Speed Control
  7. Vehicle Tracking System
  8. LED Billboard
  9. PCB Driller Based on CNC
  10. Auto Step Over Control for ESSC
  11. Wireless Local Positioning Systems
  12. Emulation of 8-bit Microcontroller on an FPGA
  13. Sensor Network Topology Simulation Using MATLAB
  14. Sensor Network Topology Control Using Atarraya
  15. Bluetooth Controlled Car
  16. Face Recognition Using I.C.A
  17. Biometric Attendance Register Using Fingerprint recognition
  18. ECG Filtering And Analysis Using Principal Components
  19. Stenography
  20. Image Compression Using Genetic Algorithm
  21. Two Wheeled Autonomous Balancing Robot

YEAR. NAME OF THE STUDENT Univ. Rank %
1998 Swastik Bihani (3rd in Univ.) 76.23%
1999 Akshay Kamath (2nd in Univ.) 75.63%
2000 Nirav Salot (4th in Univ.) 75.13%
2001 Prerana Joshi -- 70.03%
2002 Swati Agarwal -- 70.09%
2003 Tanmaya Desai (3rd in Univ.) 73.85%
2004 Saurabh Ranadive -- 72.64%
2005 Nakshatra Gajbhiye -- 78.74%
2006 Omkar Nitsure (8th in Univ.) 78.46%
2007 Snehal Punjani (1st in Univ.) 84.00%
2008 Leroy D'Mello (2nd in Univ.) 83.36%
2009 Kashyap Barot -- 78.67%
2010 Ronak Shah (2nd in Univ.) 80.77%
2011 Megha Parikh -- 77.68%
2012 Nazim Momin -- 77.74%
2013 Anusha Thatipelli -- 81.64%
2014 Snehal Gite   --      79.00%