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B.Tech (Electronics & Tele-Communication)

Dr. Pritesh Shah

Dr. Pritesh Shah -
Ph.D. (COEP, Pune)
Associate Professor & Head
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

Overview

The Department has a strength of over 500 students enrolled in its Undergraduate, Post-Graduate and Ph.D. programmes. Along with the core E&TC subjects department offers a wide range of elective subjects and facilitates industrial projects, all of which prepare the students for a career after their basic degree. Efforts are made to impart as much project-based learning as is feasible. Towards this, investments are made in an ongoing manner in having well equipped laboratories, software tools like MATLAB, SIMULINK to name a few. The department has undertaken industry sponsored research and has started interactions with other universities and research groups in industry.

The department has dedicated faculty and staff who continuously engage in improving teaching methods and undergo faculty development programs and undertake research. The faculty of the Department along with their JRFs are involved in research in areas such as communications, control systems, signal processing, image processing, embedded systems, IOT, and several allied areas.

Every year students carry out the final year projects in collaboration with industries. Every year students carry out the final year projects in collaboration with industries.

Along with the core degree, the Department of Electronics and Tele-Communication also offers the following additional Honors in line with the industry's latest trends.

Program Intake
Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) 120
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Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) with honours in Embedded Systems
Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) with honours in Mechatronics and Automation
Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) with minors in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning
Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) with minors in Data Science
Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) with minors in Internet of things
Bachelor of Technology (Electronics and Telecommunication) with minors in Smart Cities and Urban Analytics

And many more honours/minors......

Vision

To emerge as a leading source for Electronics and Telecommunication engineering, fostering globally proficient engineers to meet the demands of evolving industry and society.

Mission

  1. Foster collaboration with industry to facilitate the acquisition of cutting-edge technologies and contribute to the generation of up-to-date knowledge, enhancing employability and sustainability.
  2. Encourage innovation, research, and development, creating an environment conducive to higher education, entrepreneurship, and lifelong learning.
  3. Cultivate leadership qualities infused with social and ethical values, providing a platform for their development.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
PEO1Graduates will possess a strong foundation in science and engineering fundamentals, along with analytical skills to effectively solve real-world problems.
PEO2Graduates will gain technical proficiency in Electronics and Telecommunication fields and scale new heights in the profession through lifelong learning.
PEO3Graduates will embrace professionalism, ethical conduct at all levels and constantly evolve in a multidisciplinary approach leading towards sustainability.
PEO4Graduates will leverage their engineering knowledge, effective communication skills, leadership qualities, and teamwork spirit to serve society and contribute positively to their community.
Program Outcomes (POs)
PO 1Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO 2Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO 3Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO 4Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO 5Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 6The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO 7Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO 8Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO 9Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO 10Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO 11Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO 12Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
PSO 1Demonstrate proficiency in development, design and analysis of electronic systems using advanced hardware and software tools in the domain of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
PSO 2Deploy conventional and advanced techniques/ tools in diverse domains of Electronics and Telecommunication for the well-being of the society.

OBE Manual

Dr. Pritesh Shah
Embedded Systems Lab
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Digital Signal Processing Lab
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Digital Electronics Lab
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VLSI Design Lab
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Instrumentation and Power Lab
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Basic Electrical and Electronics Lab
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Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab
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Analog and Digital Communication lab
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Renewable Energy Technology Lab
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Tinker Lab
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Pedagogies used in Teaching and learning at the department of Electronics and Telecommunication apart from the regular classroom teaching methods

Civil Minor Specialisation

Name of Activity – Learning by doing (building models or creating content)
Faculty Name - Dr. Shilpa Hudnurkar
Course Name – Electromagnetic Field Theory

SR. No. Points Details
1 Goal A. Making students understand difficult concepts by building models.
2 Preparation A. Topics were identified from the syllabus on which model can be built or video can be prepared.
B. Students were asked to make a group of 4.
C. Topics were allotted to students.
3 Methods used A. The respective topics were taught in the class.
B. Guidelines were provided on how to build a model.
C. Students were encouraged to present their models and show their videos.
4 Significance of Results/ Outcomes A. Every student enthusiastically participated in the activity.
B. Models reflected their creativity and make them understand difficult concepts.
5 Reflective Critique 1. Topic distribution should have been made earlier.
2. More topics can be added for model-based learning
6 Link on Website https://www.sitpune.edu.in/b.tech-electronictelecommunication
7 Peer Review 1. Model making activity is helpful for better understanding of the basic concepts, otherwise the subject is little bit difficult to understand.
2. Content creation of the derivations can be reflected in the activity

Name of Innovation – Use of open source Industry standard simulation analysis tools to implement and analyze various circuits taught in the theory.
Faculty Name - Dr. Mohammad Faseehuddin
Course Name – Analog Circuit Design and Electronic Circuit Design

SR. No. Points Details
1 Goal A. Use of circuit simulation tools among students
B. To teach students to verify the concept taught in the class
C. To inculcate critical thinking and analysis capabilities in students
2 Preparation Milestones are prepared
A. Presentation to make students familiar with the use of simulation tools
B. Bi-weekly discussion on the problems faced by the students
C. Presentation of Mini-Project and result discussion
3 Methods used 1. Introduction to various simulation and analysis software
2. Implementation of complex circuits concepts taught in the theory on the software
3. Discussion on the effect of various parameters on the performance on the implemented circuits.
4 Significance of Results/ Outcomes 1. To make students understand and apply various circuit design concepts.
2. To make students understand the tradeoff between various design parameters.
3. To make students design small mini projects by applying the concepts they studied in the theory.
4. The students will be able to use simulation tools for design and analysis of circuits.
5 Reflective Critique 1. Introduce tools at starting of the course
2. Bi-weekly discussion with the students
6 Link on Website https://www.sitpune.edu.in/b.tech-electronictelecommunication
7 Peer Review 1. It is a good activity for understanding the basic concepts and to perform analysis of the circuits.
2. Mini project makes the students to reflect their understanding of the concepts/subject.

Name of Innovation – Self-learning & upgradation through Content Creation
Faculty Name - Dr. Mousumi Bhanja
Course Name – Analog Circuit Design

SR. No. Points Details
1 Goal A. To involve students in Teaching-Learning process
B. To create more interest for the subject
C. To encourage Self-learning habits, team work
2 Preparation Milestones are prepared according to content (total 4 units)
A. Unit-1: Familiarization to topic by keywords of course
B. Unit-2,3: Developing the ability to form question and its answer
C. Unit-1,2,3,4: Continuous monitoring of status by surprise tests/question-answer sessions
D. Unit3,4: Mini project implementation using modern tool & presentation at final stage
3 Methods used 1. Writing keywords of related topic after completing each unit.
2. One student-one QA: Writing question-answer (open book) after completion of every unit towards preparation of question bank and study material.
3. Surprise class quizzes
4. Mini Project & presentation at final evaluation using modern tools (LTSPICE, CADENCE).
4 Significance of Results/ Outcomes 5. Based on this method, students were able to know about the subject topics through their keywords, open book question-answer writing made them able to learn how to write right answers properly (content according to assigned marks). They built team for mini project and found problem statement and solutions together. Students were introduced to use of Modern tools in the relevant field.
5 Reflective Critique 1. Introduce tools in starting of the course
2. Milestone-A,B may be planned for all the units of the syllabus
3. Another pre-evaluation session may be incorporated to monitor the status of mini project before final presentation.
6 Link on Website https://www.sitpune.edu.in/b.tech-electronictelecommunication
7 Peer Review 1. Good practice to remember the keywords and understanding the concepts related to the keywords.
2. One student one question involves each and every student to participate in the activity.
3. The circuit can be designed and tested on the breadboard for better hands on understanding of circuits.

Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering BOS Sub-Committee

Name of Internal Member Designation Institute/Organization Contact Details (Tel. and Email Id) Member Designation
Mobile Email Id
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Internal Members
Dr Pritesh Shah Head, E&TC Department SIT, Lavale 8975315741 headentc@sitpune.edu.in Chairperson
Dr Sumit Kumar Professor, E&TC Department SIT, Lavale 7988610376 kumar.sumit@sitpune.edu.in Member
Dr Mangal Singh Associate Professor, E&TC Department SIT, Lavale 8966000044 mangal.singh@sitpune.edu.in Member
Dr Priti Shahane Assistant Professor, E&TC Department SIT, Lavale 9850974478 pritis@sitpune.edu.in Member
External Members
Dr. Yogesh Dandawate Professor VIIT, Pune 9422331011 yogesh.dandawate @viit.ac.in External Academic Expert
Dr. Rabin Patra Co-founder Tarana Wireless Inc. 088-88755860 rabin.patra@gmail.com External Industry Expert

Department Advisors

Department Advisors

B.Tech First Year

Indian Students

Passed Standard XII (10+2) or equivalent examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Computer Science/Information Technology/ Informatics Practices/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies from any recognized Board with a minimum of 45% marks or equivalent grade (40%marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes.

International Students

International Students' eligibility as per SCIE norms.

Please follow link www.scie.ac.in

B. Tech (Lateral Entry to Second Year)

  1. Passed Diploma examination from an AICTE approved Institution; with at least 45% marks or equivalent grade (40% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste /Scheduled Tribes) in ANY branch of Engineering / Technology.
  2. Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks or equivalent grade (40% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste /Scheduled Tribes) and passed XII standard with mathematics as a subject.
  3. Provided that in case of students belonging to B. Sc. Stream, shall clear the subjects of Engineering Graphics / Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics of the first year Engineering program along with the second year subjects.
  4. Provided further that, the students belonging to B. Sc. Stream shall be considered only after filling the supernumerary seats in this category with students belonging to the Diploma stream.
  5. Provided further that students, who have passed Diploma in Engineering and Technology from an AICTE approved Institution or B. Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, shall also be eligible for admission to the first year Engineering Degree courses subject to vacancies in the first year class in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted. However the admissions shall be based strictly on the eligibility criteria as mentioned in a, b, c, and d above.
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Batch 2019-23 overall Topper Soham Hudnurkar (gold medalist)felicitated and awarded a cash prize of 31000 Rs by Bank of Baroda Officials
B.Tech 2019-23 girl topper and gold medallist Pihu Shrivastava felicitated in the department and awarded a cash prize of 25000Rs for being the girl topper in the batch E&TC 2019-23.
Hands on session for SMIT by Dr Mrinal Bachute
Team E&TC at Phillips for MoU talks
Visit to Bajaj
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Visit to Raptech Automative
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Visit to Flash
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Visit to Auto cluster Exhibition
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Visit to Philips
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Visit to Wipro Pari
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MoUs are signed with the following Companies
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MoU talks with Synergy Mobility solutions for EV
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MoU with Absolute foods agritech Company
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MoU with Vistaar
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Team E&TC at Philips
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Group No. Final Project Title
G1 Video Object Segmentation using unsupervised learning for autonomous Vehicle
G2 Design and Implementation of airboat
G3 Multimodal AI based Predictions
G4 IOT Based Crowd Detection and Stampede Avoidance using Predictive Analysis
G7 Multimodal Alzheimer's disease detection
G8 Fake news detection
G9 Data Analytics on Global Terrorism
G10 Real time face SWAP App
G11 Portable GPS tracker and its standalone mobile application
G12 Industry 4.0 based live inventory tracking system
G13 Detection and Classification of Plant Diseases
G14 Autonomous fire Extinguishing Robot
G15 Organic Solar Cells
G16 Design and development of dual loop motion control system for BLDC motor (DRDO project)
G17 Appliance Control with IOT of Voice Command Detection for Mobility Impaired People
G18 Sudden infant death syndrome and Covid-19 monitoring using smart system
G19 Wireless health monitoring system
G20 A Smart Surveillance system based on Radar for Monitoring and Security IoT based Storm water quality management
G21 Android Based Home Security Systems Using Internet of Things(IoT)
G22 Learning Feedback and Class Performance Data Analysis System: E-STAT
G23 Banking Management System
G24 Designing the Pilot's A320 Simulator
G25 Customer relationship management system
G26 Design of a car simulator
G27 Dual axis solar tracker
G28 Smart agriculture system
G29 3D Object Detection and Tracking in car based heart pulse rate monitoring system
G32 Web Controlled Surveillance Robotic Car
G33 Video Surveillance
G34 Outfit Selection using Computer Vision
Student Project demonstration
Demos
Team "Aviatrons," from Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, Symbiosis Institute of Technology among the top five teams nationwide at the Smart India Hackathon Grand Finale

Professional societies/chapters and organizing engineering events

About Student Branch (STB13901)
Symbiosis Institute of Technology IEEE Student branch (STB13901) was established in 2013 with the aim of inculcating the requisite knowledge to our students to catch up with their peers across the global community. The branch ensures this by organizing quality workshops on contemporary topics and events to sharpen cognition among participants and organizers. This professional body helps our learners to explore various aspects of the interdisciplinary engineering domain and even increases the scope of their knowledge.

IEEE Best Student Branch Award

Activities Organized by IEEE Student Chapter


Sr. No Event Organized Details : Resource Person & Photographs
1 AI Project Exhibition The exhibition was graced by the presence of esteemed industry guests Mr. Manoj Apte, Global Head - Learning & Development, Persistent University. Persistent Systems., Mr.Yogesh Kulkarni, AI Coach and Senior Data Scientist, Mr. Abhishek Jain, General Manager, Atlas Copco, Mr. Peeyush Singhal,Expert Data Scientist at TomTom India Pvt. Limited., Mr. Anil Rahate,Senior Consulting Manager, Wipro Ltd. And Mr. Akshay Kendurkar, Co-Founder,kAItchens.
2 Visible Light Communication: Beyond 5G Dr. Manas R Biswal , Designation: Research engineer in SRC Co. LTD, South Korea
3 Everything about Entrepreneurship Mr Jai Shankar Tarun, Co-Founder & Executive Director BizM Consulting
4 Industry Expert Hands-on session on Control System Design Dr Pranav Lad, MathWorks
5 Future Communication Era Dr Abhishek Kumar, Post Doctoral Fellow at Centrale Supelec Paris University
6 Women's Day Celebrations at SIT
7 IEEE STB13901 Quiz
8 The IOT Technology Chain: Basics, Applications and Opportunities Dr. Anandarup Mukherjee Designation: Post-doctoral research associate at Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge, UK
9 Astronomy and beyond with NASA Dr. Ritesh Ghosh is a Post Doctoral Research Associate at NASA, GSFC
10 Webinar on Sequence Models: Introduction and Applications Dr Rahee Walambe, Director of AI ML, Avegen, Pune
11 Serverless Computing Opportunities and Challenges Dr Rajanikanth Aluvala, Professor from CBIT, Hyderabad
12 FLAT Electronics Dr Bharath Kumar Maredi KU Leuven and Inter-University Micro Electronics centre, Belgium
13 Career as Devops Engineer and Cloud Architect Mr.Shubham Londhe Devops Engineer - Vamster, UK
14 Embedded System Design Dr. Sawal Hamid Md Ali, Professor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) , Malaysia
15 Education 4.0- ICT AND EMERGING TRENDS Day 2 Dr. Kantipudi MVV Prasad, Dr. Rajashree Jain, Symbiosis International University
16 Education 4.0- ICT AND EMERGING TRENDS Day 1 Dr. Kantipudi MVV Prasad, Dr. Rajashree Jain, Symbiosis International University
17 Industry Expert Lecture on Cloud Robotics “ A synergy between Robotics and Cloud Computing _ Educational Week 2022 Dr S Rakesh Kumar, Technical Manager Robotics Engineering Research and Development Services ERS HCL Technologies Pvt Ltd, Chennai, India
18 Industry Expert Lecture on Cloud-based Human Capital Management Educational Week 2022 Ms Saritha, SuccessFactors Managing Consultant, Ernst & Young in Advisory Practice, Bangalore, India
19 Quiz Content: "QUIZOHOLIC"
20 Special Lecture on Women in Engineering: Challenges & Opportunities Dr. Kantipudi MVV Prasad, Dr. Rajashree Jain, Symbiosis International University
21 STB13901 organized Coding Contest: "SIT-CODE-A-THON" Dr. Kantipudi MVV Prasad, Dr. Rajashree Jain, Symbiosis International University
22 Industry Expert Lecture on Blockchain and Web 3.O Mr. S. Phanindra Reddy, a Data Engineering Analyst, Accenture AI, Hyderabad, India
23 Industry Expert Lecture on Career in Salesforce Mr. Harsha Rapuru, an Associate Success Agent-Salesforce, Hyderabad
24 Industry Expert Lecture on Career in Cloud Computing Mr. Akash Rao Mallareddy, Cloud Engineering Analyst at Searce, Mumbai
25 International Expert Lecture on Internet of things Dr Mohd Helmy Abd Wahab, Sr Lecturer , Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)

The Electronic Design Club was inaugurated on 15th April, 2023 at Seminar Hall,3rd Floor, SIT Pune
Glimpses of the inaugural ceremony

Guest of Honour industry experts
The guest of honour for the event were Mr Gaurav Bhojane, Sr Principal Design Engineer, Mr Mohit Bharadwaj, Sr Engineer Manager & Ms Sanjeevni, Principle Design Engineer from Cadence Design Systems, Pune, and Ms Shruti Dixit, Engineer Manager, Intel, Bengaluru, industry experts in electronic design fortune companies. Experts delivered an inspiring keynote speech, sharing their experiences and insights into the field of electronics design. They highlighted the significance of electronic design and automation in the development of modern technologies and encouraged students to take up electronics as a career.

The Deputy Director Academics- Dr Arundhati Warke congratulated the club's executive committee and emphasized the importance of electronics design and automation in today's world.

Executive Committee
Event Guests, Faculties, Members, Attendees

ONLINE SUMMER SCHOOL
Our distinguished faculty comprises leading experts and industry professionals who possess extensive experience in CMOS design. Their expertise will provide you with valuable insights and practical knowledge in this rapidly evolving field.


VALUE ADDED COURSE
Simulation Analysis and Design of CMOS Integrated Circuits by usingCadence Tool.
Date:07/10/2023 to 04/11/2023 (Every Saturday).
This value-added course on digital design and Cadence design tools takes students on a comprehensive journey through the intricacies of digital integrated circuit design. Starting with an overview of the digital design flow and an introduction to Cadence design suites, students progress to understanding the entire process from RTL to GDS-II. The course also involves hands-on experience, enabling students to design practical circuits and calculate their performance, ensuring they are well-equipped for real-world applications in digital integrated circuit design.


IESA
India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) meeting with Department of Electronics & Telecommunications, Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune on topic of opportunity in semiconductor. It was really a pleasure meeting with VP IESA Anurag Awasthi and Niranjan sir from Seagate Pune on 24th August 2023.

Hands on session on Electric Vehicles
1.Service at the Village (2018-22) – Divine Basic Needs Charitable Trust
2.Service Learning done at Ela foundation (2020-24)
3.Service Learning at Doorstep School (2021-25)
4.Service Learning at ResQ
5.Service Learning for a Government Project on Dengue Malaria
5.Service Learning for a Government Project on Dengue Malaria
7.Service Learning Project at ISKCON
Tinker Lab Hands on session on Electric Vehicles by EV Expert Prof. Parvez Patel