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The Department of Electronics and Telecommunication started in year 1986 along with the inception of the institute.The Department offers B.Tech(Electronics and Telecommunication) and Ph.D. (Electronics and Telecommunication) courses. The laboratories are well equipped with modern experimental and computational facilities. The under-graduate course has been accredited thrice by NBA-AICTE for 2005-2008, 2012-2015 and 2017-2020. The Department has been recognized by the university as the Research Centre in the State for carrying out Ph.D. programme in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

Vision

To create globally competent Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Professionals by delivering values based quality education for Excellence in Engineering Research and Innovation.

Mission

To create state of the art infrastructure to provide Outcome Based Education, Innovation & Research with Professional and ethical values for holistic development to serve the society.

M1: To create a learning ambience by imparting flexible Outcome Based Curricula for Innovation and Research in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

M2: Provision for the State of the Art Infrastructural facilities for development of Students and Faculties.

M3: To ensure Holistic development and Lifelong learning of Students by Professional and Ethical values to serve the society.

Other

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. Knowledge of Basic Science and Engineering: To impart sound technical knowledge and skills in science & mathematics related subjects for solving the challenging problems of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.
  2. Engineering Design and Experimental Skills: To prepare and train the students with practical engineering problem-solving skills for design and development of systems to meet the industrial and societal needs.
  3. Higher Education and Research: To encourage the students, with appropriate course modules, in preparing for competitive examinations for pursuing higher studies including research in relevant disciplines.
  4. Professional and Ethical Attitude: To inculcate ability for lifelong self-learning, career enhancement and adapt to evolving environment with professional ethics.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

  1. To analyze and evaluate electronic engineering problems of analog and digital circuits, instrumentation and signal processing using the essentials of applied mathematics, Science and engineering expertise.

  2. To demonstrate knowledge and hands-on competence to design, develop and test electronics systems in the areas related to communication systems, hardware and software computer systems, control systems, VLSI systems and power electronics.

  3. To exhibit professional and ethical perspective through innovation, research, multidisciplinary approach, teamwork and effective communication in societal and environmental contexts.

Courses Offered:

i.  B. Tech, Electronics and Telecommunication with intake of 60 students.

ii. PhD

Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning

Contributions to teaching and learning are activities that contribute to the improvement of student learning. These activities may include innovations not limited to, use of ICT, instruction delivery, instructional methods, assessment, evaluation and inclusive class rooms that lead to effective, efficient and engaging instruction. Any contributions to teaching and learning should satisfy the following criteria:

  • The work must be made available on Institute website.
  • The work must be available for peer review and critique.
  • The work must be reproducible and developed further by other scholars.

The department/institution may set up appropriate processes for making the contributions available to the public, getting them reviewed and for rewarding. These may typically include statement of clear goals, adequate preparation, use of appropriate methods, significance of results, effective presentation and reflective critique.

Instructional Methods:

Apart from Conventional (Chalk and Board) method, other methods are used by the faculty members to make the students learn and understand the subjects.

  • Exclusive seminar halls with Flat panels are available to conduct interactive classes.
  • Faculty members deliver course content through effective power point presentations.
  • Unit wise Online Test through Quiz in respective subjects are conducted regularly.
  • Web based learning with access to online Journals and E books.
  • Students are also motivated to pursue various online courses and its certification through NPTEL, EdX, Coursera etc.

Student Projects:

  • Problem and Project Based learning is introduced to students from the beginning which enhances the level of understanding and improves Problem Solving Capabilities of the students.
  • Mini/Minor Projects are given to second- and third-year students apart from the regular curriculum to motivate them for enhanced group learning and having hands on experience.
  • To enhance Practical based Learning students are motivated to participate in National level Technical Competitions such as Smart India Hackathon (Hardware Edition), e-Yantra, National Innovation Techfest etc.

Advanced Tools:

  • In every semester in certain software oriented Labs, students are taught in advanced versions of Software’s like Xilinx, MATLAB, PCAAD, Python, Multisim, Proteus etc.

Mentoring:

  • Students are formed in groups and a faculty mentor is assigned for each group in second year itself.
  • Group of mentees also pursue final year project under the guidance of mentor, this improves the quality of projects developed by the students.
  • The mentor motivates their respective groups and ensures each and every member of the group excels both in academics and placement.

Student Seminars and Guest Lectures:

  • Student Seminars and workshops are conducted which improves their communication and learning skills.
  • Guest Lectures are conducted by inviting eminent persons from Industry and Academics.
  • Alumni students are invited for technical talk and interact with the students.
  • Industrial experts give special lectures and seminars on current topics.

Professional Bodies/Clubs/AICTE Idea Lab:

  • The importance of Professional bodies/Clubs/AICTE Idea Lab and their functions are brought to the notice of the students and every student is a member of at least one of the professional bodies or clubs.
  • The Professional bodies like IEEE, PAC Club, Innovation Club, Start Up Club, BIT AICTE Idea Lab are active in the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.
  • Entrepreneurship is promoted among the students through various programmes such as Expert Lectures and Workshops under the EDC Cell/ Startup Club of the Institute.
  • Students of 2nd and 3rd year having sound technical knowledge are proposed as Student Ambassadors for AICTE Idea Lab by the head of the department.

Student Technical Paper Presentation:

  • An annual technical paper presentation is conducted on Engineer’s Day to encourage the Students Organizing and Communication Skills.

Innovative Practices:

  • Placement drives and Internships related information is communicated to students through official Google group.
  • Video lectures are uploaded by faculty members on You Tube.
  • Important Concepts and topics requiring critical thinking of certain subjects are discussed by faculty members through blogs.

Mentor-Mentee Meeting:

  • The Mentor and mentees meeting is held at the starting of every semester and the mentees of all the semesters under respective faculty report about their performance in their previous semester and further plans for the upcoming semester.
  • Students of junior semesters are benefitted by the experience sharing of their seniors and guidance support by their mentors.

Awards:

  • Every year best 3 projects are selected in “Arduino Uno based Project Competition” and awarded with cash prizes by the department.

Feedback on the Course:

  • The students can express their feedback about the subjects on different parameters confidentially through Online Feedback System of the Institute. Students are given opportunity twice for each course.

University Result Analysis:

  • University result analysis is carried out for every semester and list of top20 students is displayed on the notice board to encourage competitive spirit amongst the students.

News & Events

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Nov

Skill Development Program "Create-A-thon"

  • Skill Development Program "Create-A-thon" organized by Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department

03

Jan

Staff Development Programme

  • A Staff development programme was organized by Prof. Vinni Sharma and Prof. Swati Agrawal for the staff members. Hands on sessions were conducted on various computing techniques of MS-Office.

14

Nov

Aurdino Project competition 2019

  • Aurdino Project competition was organized by the department for B. E. 3rd semester students. More than 50 teams participated in the competition. Mrs. Kiran Dewangan coordinated the event and the winners were awarded cash prizes.

21

Sep

One day workshop on eSim for Teachers

  • A One Day workshop on eSim, a First Course in the IoT Series. This is being organised by the Teaching Learning Centre (ICT) at IIT Bombay, funded by the Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT), an initiative of

18

Sep

B. Voc Induction Programme

  • The Induction programme for B.Voc (Electronic Manufacturing Services) was organised on 18th Sept.

14

Sep

Engineer's Day

  • Technical Paper Presentation was conducted on the eve of Engineer's Day on the theme "Engineering for Change". Mrs. Swati Agrawal and Mr. Amar Kumar Dey were the judges for the event. 37 participants delivered their presentation on this topic. Suyash kuma

08

Jul

Smart India Hackathon 2019

  • BE 4th sem students of E&TC and IT participated in Hardware Hackathon organized by MHRD, India, won 2nd prize in developing hardware for the problem statement given by GE in Healthcare Domain.

01

Mar

BITCON 2019

  • National Conference on "Futuristic Trends in Electronics for National Development"

28

Feb

Face of Ojas' 2K19

  • Contestants were short listed in Preliminary Round based on Talent Round and Group Discussion Round on Day 1. In the Final Round 14 contestants were judged on the basis of Ramp Walk & Introduction Round and Talent & Questionnaire Round.

13

Dec

Staff Development Programme on Labview Software

  • A Staff Development Programme on Labview software was conducted by Prof. R. M. Potdar. The staff members learnt the basics and had hands on sessions on the Labview software.

05

Jun

AICTE-ISTE Sponsored Refresher Programme on Academic Leadership

  • Department of electronics conducted one week AICTE -ISTE sponsored induction programme on Academic Leadership . The programme was coordinated by the Head of the department Dr. Manisha Sharma and had particiapnts from various colleges across the state. Th

22

Mar

e-Yantra Robotics Competition

  • Students of BE 4th semester (E &TC) secured 5th position in the Harvester Bot theme in e-Yantra Robotics Competition organized by IIT, Mumbai.

17

Feb

Voice of Ojas 2K'18

  • Ojas 2018 | Central India's Largest Techno-Cultural and Sports Festival Day 1 Round 1 • Elimination round • Participation can be Solo or as Duet. • Maximum time for performance is 3 minutes. • No chorus or supporting musical instrument is allowe

15

Feb

BITCON 2018

  • National Conference on "Frontiers in Electronics Engineering"

15

Sep

Engineers Day

  • Every year on 15th September college celebrates Engineers Day by organizing Technical paper presentation.

10

Apr

BIPED ROBOT COMPETITION

  • Workshop on Biped Robot on Arduino Organized by Robokart & In association with E-cell IIT Mumbai Conducted by: 1. Mr. Nimesh Pullarikkal: Design Engineer; Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University 2. Mr. Deepak Mourya: Design Engineer; Electron

28

Mar

BITCON 2017

  • National Conference on Recent Challenges in Electronics Engineering for National Development .
Faculty
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Dr. Manisha Sharma

Professor & Vice Principal

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Dr. Arun Kumar

Professor & Head

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Dr. Ravindra Manohar Potdar

Associate Professor

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Mr. Anil Kumar Mishra

Associate Professor

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Dr . Vinni Sharma

Associate Professor

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Mrs. K. Uma

Associate Professor

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Mrs. Tanuja Kashyap

Associate Professor

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Dr. Swati Agrawal

Associate Professor

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Mrs. Kiran Dewangan

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Amar Kumar Dey

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

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Mrs. Ekta Tamrakar

Assistant Professor

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Mrs. Suchitra Pandey

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Mukesh Kumar Chandrakar

Assistant Professor

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Mr. Prabhakar

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Megha Sahu

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Pushpendra Singh

Assistant Professor

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Mrs. Dolly Gautam

Assistant Professor

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Mrs. Neha Singh

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Anupam Agrawal

Assistant Professor

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Mrs. Kokila Bharti Jaiswal

Assistant Professor

Staff
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Mr. Durgaji Katre

Office Supdt. Employee ID : 20025 Date of Joining : 16-10-1988 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Khom Lal Sahu

Sr. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20066 Date of Joining : 01-12-1993 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Sunder Lal Sahu

Asstt. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20076 Date of Joining : 12-11-1994 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Ranjan Mahapatra

Sr. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20081 Date of Joining : 20-02-1995 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. S. Suresh Kumar

Asstt. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20104 Date of Joining : 29-08-1997 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Ramesh Tiwari

Sr. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20064 Date of Joining : 04-08-1993 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. G.L. Madhukar

Sr. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20167 Date of Joining : 20-05-2005 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Nitin Pandey

Asstt. Lab. Instructor Employee ID : 20124 Date of Joining : 01-11-2000 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Chandra Prakash Sahu

D.E.O. Employee ID : 20246 Date of Joining : 18-01-2010 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mrs. Pratibha Sahu

Office Assistant Employee ID : 20336 Date of Joining : 01-05-2018 Nature of Association : Regular
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Mr. Lekhram Nirmalkar

Asstt. Lab Instructor Employee ID : 20325 Date of Joining : 01-07-2015 Nature of Association : Contractual
Laboratory

Sr.

No.

Name of the  Laboratory

Major Equipments

Professor   Incharge

Staff Incharge

1.

Microcontroller Lab

Keil PK51-ED10 Software; C51 Professional Developer kit

Mrs. Neha Singh

Mr. Lekhram Nirmalkar

2.

Electronics Workshop Lab

Dip Coating Machine, PCB Curring Machine, UV Exposure Unit, PCB Etching Machine, PCB Drilling Machine, PCB Shearing Machine, LCRQ Bridge Meter, SMD Rework Station, Desk top Multimeter, Process Calibrator, UltiBoard Software

Dr. R.M. Potdar

Mr. S. Suresh Kumar

3

Fiber Optic Lab

Digital storage Oscilloscope, Optical fiber digital communication trainer kits, Abhishtchintan Setup kits, CRO’s

Mrs. Dolly Gautam

Mr. Sundar Lal Sahu

4

Analog Circuit Lab

Multi waveform generator, 100 MHz CRO’s, 30 MHz DSOs, Regulated Power Supply

Mrs. K. Uma

Mr. Ranjan Mahapatra

5

Digital Logic Design Lab

Digital IC Trainer Kits, Scientech A/D and  D/A convertors

Mrs. Tanuja Kashyap

Mr. Nitin Pandey

6

DSP Lab

Simulation software, Multisim (10.0.1), Labview (7.1), 25 PC, DSP Processors (CCS) Simulation software, Multisim software,

Dr. Vinni Sharma

Mr. Ramesh Tiwari

7

VLSI Lab

FPGA & CPLD Kits, Xilinx 11.1

Dr. Swati Agrawal

Mr. Lekhram Nirmalkar

8

Basic Electronics Lab

CRO, Function generator, Power Supply (12V), Multimeters

Dr. Pushpendra Singh

Mr. Khom Lal Sahu

9

 

Communication Lab

Advance 4G mobile kit, Analog and digital communication trainer kits, CROs, Function generator, Noise generator trainer kit

Dr. Amar Kumar Dey

Mr. Sundar Lal Sahu

10.

IoT and Sensor/Instrumentation Lab

Raspberry Pi with memory card, screen 5” Node MCU, ESP 32. Sensors, Dead weight pressure gauge, Calibration of flow meter, Humidity measurement kit, Rotary encoder, LDR, LVDT, ADC/DAC, Temperature measurement

Mrs. Ekta Tamrakar

Mr. Nitin Kumar Pandey

11

Microwave Lab

Klystron Power Supply, Gunn bench, VSWR meters, Directional couplers, Attenuators, Frequency meter, Slotted wave guide section, Horn antenna, CRO’s

Mr.  Anil Kumar Mishra

Mr. Ramesh Tiwari

12

Power Electronics Lab

Single phase cycloconverter trainer kit, Step up chopper trainer kit, Step down chopper trainer kit, CRO, Power oscilloscope, Function generator, Dual power supply’s, Digital multimeters

Dr. R.M. Potdar

Mr. Ranjan Mahapatra

Research & Development

Electronics & Telecommunication Department of the BIT Durg is an approved Research Centre for pursuing Ph.D programme. The Department has well equipped Laboratories for pursuing research in the area of Communication, Signal Processing, Instrumentation, Controls, VLSI and Embedded Systems. The Department also has a Texas Instruments Innovation Centre for pursuing and performing innovative projects.

The Department has 3 approved supervisors for Ph.D programme. They have to their credit more than 20 SCI/SCOPUS publications in the last three years. They are also reviewers of many reputed national/international Journals. Presently 20 Research Scholars are registered in the Department for pursuing Ph.D Programme.

Following is the list of Eligible Supervisors

1. Dr. (Mrs.) Manisha Sharma

Qualification

Designation

Papers Published

Vacant      Positions

Contact No.

                     Email-id

B.E. (Electronics & Telecomm.), M.Tech (Electronics & Telecomm.) with specialization in Communication Systems, Ph.D (Electronics & Telecomm.)

Vice- Principal & Professor (Electronics & Telecomm.)

 

Journals: (International & National: 71)

Conferences: (International & National: 35)

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+919425234261

manishasharma1@rediffmail.com

 

2. Dr. Naveen Kumar Dewangan

Qualification

Designation

Papers Published

Vacant    Positions

Contact No.

Email-id

Ph.D

Professor (Electronics & Telecomm.)

Journals:

 (International: 34)

Conferences:

(International & National: 20)

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+918349730279

naveen.dewangan@bitdurg.ac.in

 

3. Dr. Arun Kumar

Qualification

Designation

Papers Published

Vacant  Positions

Contact No.

Email-id

Ph.D

Professor & HoD (Electronics & Telecommunication)

Journals: (International &  National : 25)

Conferences: (International & National:25)

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+919827154574

arun.kumar@bitdurg.ac.in

                    

The faculty of the ET&T Department with their research areas is mentioned below:

Name

Research Areas

Dr. Manisha Sharma (Prof. & Vice Principal)

Information Security, Signal Processing, Communication

Dr. Arun Kumar ( Prof. & HoD)

Biomedical Signal Processing,  Microcontroller and Embedded System, IoT and Sensors

Dr. Naveen Kumar Dewangan (Prof.)

Biomedical Signal Processing, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, DSP Filter Design

Dr. R. M. Potdar

Microcontroller and Embedded System, IoT and Sensors, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Mr. Anil Kumar Mishra

Robotics & Drone, IoT and Sensors, Control System, Instrumentation

Dr. Vinni Sharma

Biomedical Signal Processing, Image/Video Processing, DSP Filter Design

Mrs. K. Uma

Microcontroller and Embedded System, IoT and Sensors, Renewable Energy Sources, Circuit Design

Dr. Swati Agrawal

VLSI Design, Digital VLSI testing, Satellite Communication

Mrs. Tanuja Kashyap

Biomedical Signal Processing, IoT and Sensors, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Mrs. Kiran Dewangan

Cryptography & Secure Communication, IoT and Sensors, Robotics & Drone

Mrs. Suchitra Pandey

Microcontroller and Embedded System, IoT and Sensors, DSP Filter Design

Dr. Amar Kumar Dey

Image/Video Processing

Mrs. Ekta Tamrakar

IoT and Sensors, Renewable Energy Sources

Mr. Prabhakar

Microcontroller and Embedded System, IoT and Sensors, Robotics & Drone

Dr. Megha Sahu

Image Processing, Information Security

Dr. Pushpendra Singh

Biomedical Signal Processing, IoT and Sensors, Wireless Communication

Mrs. Dolly Gautam

Biomedical Signal Processing, IoT and Sensors

Mrs. Neha Singh

Microcontroller and Embedded System, IoT and Sensors, Biomedical Signal Processing

Research Project  undertaken/Going on:

S. No.

Name of Research Project

Funding Agency/Amount

Status

1.

Design & Development of the system for testing various sensors on Embedded ARM platform

Chhattisgarh Council of Science & Technology/ 3,00,000/-

Completed

2.

Design and development of parallel frame work for measurement of heat distributioning metallic seeds

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 3,00,000/-

Completed

3.

Design and implementation of image retrieval system for trademark/logo image for registration

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 1,50,000/-

Completed

4.

2D nano structure based field effect Transistor as gas sensor. ab-initio modeling

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 1,50,000/-

Completed

5.

Measurement of leaf area and nitrogen contain of betel leaf using image processing technique

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 1,50,000/-

Ongoing

6.

Performance enhancement of microinverting solar PV power generation using passive filters

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 3,00,000/-

Completed

7.

Use of Binaural Auditory Beats for reducing attention Deficit Disorder in Autistic children & analyzing the effectiveness.

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 2,00,000/-

Ongoing

8

Development of Low Cost Single Family Solar Cooker

TEQIP, CSVTU, Bhilai/ 2,25,000/-

Completed

Sponsored Workshops/STTP /FDP Conducted.

Sl. No.

Topic/Title

Dates

1

FDP on Python Programme

21/12/2022- -22/12/2022

2

Staff Development Programme on Computing Technology

3/01/2020-04/01/2020

3.

Need Analysis

8/07/2018-10/072018

4.

Academic Leadership Development Programme for Aspiring Leaders

4/06/2018-09/06/2018

5.

2 days Workshop on Biped Robot Organized by Robokart & In association with E-cell IIT Mumbai

 

10/04/2017 &11/04/2017

6.

Two Week STTP on” CMOS Mixed Signal and Radio Frequency VLSI Design” under the National Mission on Education through ICT (sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India) in association with Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

30/01/2017 to

 4/02/2017

7.

2 Days Workshop on “Integrated Circuit Design” (MSP 430 and IOT)by Texas Instruments India

22/09/2015- 23/09/2015

8.

Workshop on “Big Data” in association with Computer Society of India

16/10/2015

9.

Two week STTP on “Analog Electronics” under National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India) in association with Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

4/06/13 to 14 /06/13

10.

Two week STTP on “Signals and Systems” under National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India) in association with Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

2/01/14 to 12/01/14

11.

Workshop on “Electronic System Design & Manufacturing – Energy Efficient Design”, sponsored by Department of Electronics & Information technology(Meity), Govt. of India

18/10/2013

12.

Workshop on “Electronic System Design & Manufacturing” sponsored by Department of Electronics & Information technology(Meity), Govt. of India and Computer Society of India

25/08/12

Sponsored National/International Conference/Seminar/Symposium conducted:

Sl. No.

Event

Topic/Title

Dates

1.

National Conference

New Horizons in Science, Engineering and Management to Combat Current Challenges

20th November 2020

2.

National Conference 

Futuristic Trends in Electronics for National Development

01st March 2019

3.

National Conference 

Frontiers in Electronics Engineering

15th February 2018

4.

National Conference on Recent Challenges in Electronics Engineering for National Development

Association with Institution of Engineers(BLC), ISTE, CII,ISCA

28th March 2017

5.

National Conference on Emerging Trends in Consumer and Industrial Electronics

Association with Institution of Engineers(BLC), ISTE, CII

29th to 30th  2016

6.

National Conference on Dynamics of Applied Communication, VLSI and Embedded System

Association with Institution of Engineers(BLC), ISTE, CII

20th -21st Feb 2015

Patents sanctioned/Copyright [for the last two years]: 

Name of the patent

Patent number

Date

Brief details of the patents (in 100 words)

Design Patent “IOT

ENABLED DEVICE FOR MONITORING OXYGEN AND BLOOD PRESSURE IN HUMAN BODY”

 

Design No.: 377685-001

 

Date of Issue : 06/03/2023

 

The design of which a copy is annexed hereto has been registered as of the number and date given above in class 24-01 in respect of the application of such design to IOT ENABLED DEVICE FOR MONITORING OXYGEN AND BLOOD PRESSURE IN HUMAN BODY

 

IMPLEMENTATION OF FEATURE SELECTION-BASED ALGORITHMSFOR ACCURATE PREDICTION OF CROP YIELD AND PAVING WAY FORPRECISION IN AGRICULTURE

 

APPLICATION NUMBER

202241068370

 

PUBLICATION DATE (U/S 11A) 09/12/2022

The Patent Office Journal No. 49/2022 Dated 09/12/2022

Filing Date: 28/11/2022

Published/Awarding Date: 09/12/2022

 

 

In the view of the foregoing disadvantages inherent in the known types of crop yield prediction systems now present in the prior art, the present invention provides an improved one. The purpose of the present invention, is to provide a new and improved system to predict the crop yield and growth using feature selection-based algorithms which has all the advantages of the prior art and none of the disadvantages. The main objective of the proposed invention is to design & implement a framework of feature selection-based algorithms for crop yield prediction. The invention focuses on predicting the crop growth and achieves precision in agriculture. Yet another important aspect of the proposed invention is to monitor the crops for their growth and yield. The invention includes a camera for monitoring the crops for their features based on feature selection-based algorithm. The invention aims at improving the crop yield. The ultimate goal is to achieve precision in agriculture.

Copyright “LEAF AREA MEASUREMENT LAM”

 

ROC No           : SW-14168/2021

Diary No.: 20920/2020-CO/SW

 

ROC Date : 11 Feb 2021

 

Type of Work: Computer Software

 

Copyright “ECG ARRHYTHMIA CLASSIFICATION FOR COMPUTER ADDED DIAGNOSIS OF THE HEART DISEASE”

Diary No. 24060/2022-CO/SW

ROC No           : SW-147191/2023

ROC Date : 30 -08- 2023

Type of Work: Computer Software

 Device for Verification of Analyzed Data

 

Appl. No.-375904-001

Cbr No.-210097

Filing Date: 21/12/2022

Published/Awarding Date: 27.01.2023

 

This is a design patent. The novelty resides in the shape and configuration of the “DEVICE FOR VERIFICATION OF ANALYZED DATA”. No claim is made by virtue of this registration in respect of any mechanical or other action of any mechanism whatever or in respect of any mode or principle of construction of the Article. No claim is made by virtue of this registration to any right to the exclusive use of the words, letters, numbers, Color, or trademarks appearing in the representation

Smart Muscle Strength Monitor for Therapy

Appl. No.-381571-001

Cbr No.-

203336

Filing Date: 15/03/2023

Published/Awarding Date: 19/05/2023

 

Monitor was designed for the muscle strength instrument.  It monitors muscle strength. The instrument provides vibration as a therapy which help in muscle strength.

 

INTELLIGENT PLANT POT WITH SELF SUSTAINING SYSTEM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

372566-001

14/10/2022

We have invented a new design of a SMART GAMLA as set forth in the following specification. The claimed portion of the design of the SMART GAMLA consists of a soil moisture sensor, temperature sensor, and water sensor, to detect if the plant is in its best condition. This monitoring device has been provisioned to provide complete monitoring and best care by providing water according to the plant usage. This device is equipped with Arduino UNO and is connected to power so each sensor can get power and hence do complete monitoring of the plant all time.

Fuel dispenser stand with Nozzle

364594-001

23/05/2022

Fuel dispenser: novelty resides in the shape of fuel dispenser stand with nozzle, fuel dispensers normally comes without stand, attachment of stand along with nozzle. no claim is made by the vertue of registration for the any mechanical component, action or mechanism

Awards Received by Faculties in last 2 years:

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No.

Name of Award

Name of Recipient

Department

Award

Conferred by

Award

Date

1

“Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing”.

Certificate No: SDI/HQ/PR/Cert/101909/DRA

Dr. Amar Kumar Dey

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering.

By International Journal of Plant & Soil Science.

 

Reg. Offices:

 

India: Guest House Road, Street no - 1/6, Hooghly, West Bengal, India, Tele: +91 8617752708 | +91 9163821242.

 

UK: Third Floor, 207 Regent Street, London, W1B 3HH, UK, Fax: +44 20-3031-1429

June 2023

2

Nayika Samman 2023

 

Mrs. Kiran Dewangan

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Nai Dunia

2023

3

Research Excellence Award

 

Dr. R.M. Potdar

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Scientific International Publishing House, Registered under the Ministry of SME, Govt. of India.

2022

 

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