Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

About Department

Electronics and telecommunication engineering is a constantly changing and widening branch of the engineering. Increased production and the demand by the government, business community, and corporate world contribute in the growth of employment opportunities in the field. Department of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering of Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering, Pune is one of the premier department aimed to provide quality education to the young engineers in the field. The department has excellent infrastructure and the resources in the form of modern equipments, well qualified faculty members, state-of- the-art library with access to digital subscriptions such as IEEE, Science Direct and Springer link which plays an important role in shaping the carrier of the under graduate, post-graduate and the research Scholars in and around the country.

Department Highlights

  • Department of Electronics and Telecommunication of Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering, Pune is one of the premier departments aimed to provide quality education to the young engineers in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication.
  • Our sanctioned intake for UG is 120 students, PG 24 and Research centre Ph.D in electronics approved by Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune
  • The experienced and learned team of 30 faculty members having average experience of 15 years+, 4 technical supporting staff and 4 non-teaching staff are guiding the students that lead the department in first five rankers of the SPPU Pune.
  • The department has 6 faculty members as a PhD guide under whom 26 PhD Scholars have completed PhD yet and 23 research scholars pursuing PhD.
  • The department has active ISTE,IEI,IETE and IEEE students’ chapters which help the students and the faculty members to organize guest lectures, seminars, workshops and conferences.
  • The department runs a student’s association known as Electronics and telecommunication Engineering Students Association (ENTESA) which organizes various extra-curricular and co-curricular activities such as INNOVISION, RACHANA etc.
  • The students are motivated to participate in various activities such as technical festivals, conferences and the project competitions held in prestigious institutions such as IITs, NITs etc. Our students have bagged various prizes in ISTE, IETE, IEEE and IE events.
  • The department has 02 patents granted, 09 patents published, 35 research papers in various conferences and 106 research papers published in various journals.
  • The department plays a pivotal role in laying down road maps in the different research areas such as, Signal and Image processing, Design of Electronic Devices and Systems, Hardware and Software Co-Design System, Communication theory and telecommunication network.
  • The department has excellent infrastructure and the resources in the form of modern equipments, well qualified faculty members, state-of-the-art library with access to digital subscriptions such as IEEE, ScienceDirect and Springer link which plays an important role in shaping the career of the undergraduate, post-graduate and the research Scholars in and around the country.
  • The laboratories are well furnished, well equipped and have been designed as per the norms specified by the government statutory bodies such as AICTE, DTE and the curriculum requirement laid down by the SPPU Pune.
  • The VLSI laboratory is well-equipped with FPGA device kits sponsored by Actel USA, PSOC kits sponsored by Cypress semiconductor Bangalore. The communication Lab is sponsored by Conductix Wampler and E-Yantra IIT Bombay.
  • The laboratories are equipped with the state-of-art equipments like Spectrum analyzer, DSO, MSO, Logic Analyzer, Arbitrary Function Generator, and modern software which includes EDA tools, MATLAB, Active HDL, MULTISIM, Lab view etc.
  • The department has also recently signed MoUs with Gills Instruments,Bangalore,Actel USA,Dzine Masters,DINS Infotech and many more that helps to develop various activities in the department.
  • The department has received research funding by BCUD Savitribai Phule Pune University 4,80,000/- and Bhairavnath Sugar Works Limited Lavangi Unit-III Tal-Mangalveda Dist-Solapur 13,50,000/-
  • A technological Hub for production of Eco friendly and economical products to improve the socio-economics status of SC in Osmanabad block , Grant-in-aid sanctioned: Rs.4735200/-. Funding Agency: DST New Delhi, Year: 2022-25. [Three Years]
  • IEEE Conference Computing on Challenges and Opportunities in Smart City Implementation in IOT, Grant Communication and Green Engineering 23-25 Sep 2021, Grant-in-aid sanctioned: Rs.200000/- Funding Agency : AICTE New Delhi. Year 2021-22.
  • One week Short Term Training Program -in aid sanctioned: Rs.300000/-, Funding Agency: AICTE New Delhi. Year 2020-21.
  • Two week FDP “Artificial intelligence and its applications in Biomedical Engineering”, Grant-in-aid sanctioned: Rs.521667/- Funding Agency: AICTE New Delhi. Year:2020-21.

Vision-Mission & PEOs

Vision

"To create an educational environment to meet the challenges of modern Electronics and Telecommunication engineering industry through state of art technical knowledge and innovative approach."

Mission

  • To entrust the students with fundamentals of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering for successful career.
  • To enable students to pursue higher education, research and promote Entrepreneurship.
  • To serve the nation through techno-social development.

Program Educational Objective (PEO)

PEO1: The graduate shall have successful professional carrier in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with leadership and teamwork qualities.

PEO2: Graduate shall utilize functional and disciplinary skills to address diversified engineering problems with social concern.

PEO3: The graduate shall explore engineering capabilities to resolve technical problems and engage in lifelong learning and research.

HOD’s Message

Dr. Santosh C. Wagaj Associate Professor & HOD, Department of Electronics & Telecommunication

From The HOD Desk,

“Electronics and telecommunication engineering is a constantly changing and widening branch of the engineering. Increased production and the demand by the government, business community, and corporate world contribute in the growth of employment opportunities in the field. Department of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering of Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering, Pune is one of the premier department aimed to provide quality education to the young engineers in the field. The department has excellent infrastructure and the resources in the form of modern equipments, well qualified faculty members, state-of- the-art library with access to digital subscriptions such as IEEE, Science Direct and Springer link which plays an important role in shaping the carrier of the under graduate, post-graduate and the research Scholars in and around the country.”

Department faculty members


Dr. Shailaja C. Patil

BE(Electronics)

M.S. (Electronics and Controls) M.E.(CSEIT)

Ph.D(Computer Engineering)


Dr. Santosh C. Wagaj

BE(Electronics)

M.E.(Electronics)

Ph.D(Electronics)


Dr. A. N. Paithane

BE( Electronics )

M.E.(EnTC)

Ph.D(Electronics), Post Doc


Dr. Bhagavat D. Jadhav

BE( Electronics )

M. Tech. (Electronics)

Ph.D(E&Tc)


Dr. Pravin. M Ghate

BE(E&TC)

M.Tech.(E&TC)

Ph.D(Electronics)


Dr. Aditi V. Vedalankar

BE(ETC)

M.E.(ETC)

Ph.D(ETC)


Dr. Mrs. Sakshi A. Paithane

BE( IE )

M.E.(EnTC)

Ph.D(Electronics)


Dr. Swati A. Bhisikar

BE(E&TC)

M.Tech.(E&TC)

Ph.D(Electtonics)


Dr. Charushila Vijay Rane

BE(Electronics)

M.E( Electronics )

Ph.D( Electronics )


Mrs.Swati D. Kale

BE(Instrumentation)-First class with Distinction

M.E.(Electronics)-First Class

Ph.D(Electronics) -Pursuing


Prof. Bharati R.Thawali

BE(Electronics and Telecommunication)

ME(Digital Electronics)


Mrs. Vaishali S. Kulkarni

BE(E&C)

M.E.(Electronics)


Mrs. Shubhangi P. Vibhute

BE(Electronics)-First class

M.E.(Electronics)-First Class

Ph.D(Electronics) -Pursuing


Mr. Ashish Vilas Jawake

BE(EC)

M.Tech.(EnTC)

Ph.D(EnTC)


Prof. Amol D. Sonawane

BE(EC)

M.E.(E&TC)

Ph.D(Pursuing)


Mr. Rajesh S. Bulbule

B.Tech(E&TC)

M.Tech.(EE)

Ph.D(EnTC) *


Ms. Shilpa A. Sonawane

BE(E&TC)

M.E. (Digital Systems)

Ph.D(Pursuing)


Swapnalini Pattanaik

BE( E & TC)

M.E (Digital Electronics)


Mrs. Sadhana Keruji Gawade

BE(ECT)

ME(EC)


Mrs. Lata S. More

BE(ECT)

ME(EC)


Mr.Chippalkatti Pranav P.


Jyoti Mahendra Tipale

B.E (Electronics &Telecommunication)

M.E (VLSI and Embedded Systems)


Sunayana Sunil Chaudhari

B.E (Instrumentation)

M.Tech. (Biomedical Instrumentation)


Asmita Sunil Shirke

B.E (Electronics & Telecommunication)

M.E (Signal Processing)

Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View
Syllabus
S.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
T.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
Final Year B.Tech Syllabus View

SEM-III

SEM-IV

SEM-V

SEM-VI

SEM-VII

SEM-VIII(Regular Cource)

SEM-VIII(Higher Study & Research)

SEM-VIII(Entrepeneur)

Laboratory

List of Laboratories

Microcontroller and Embedded Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with Embedded Processor practical's for third year students, soft skill practical's for second year in first semester and Data structure and algorithms for second year students, Microcontroller practical's for third year in second semester. Lab manuals are available for different practical's conducted in this laboratory as well as reference manual of students.Total cost of the lab is Rs 24,04,553 which have major equipment of online UPS. Total area of the laboratory is 67sq.m.

Features: Total computers are 20. Computers are installed with different software like keil, mp3, ride turbo Linux. Internet facility is available for the students for online studies, self study after college timing.

Utilization: Online exam for different competitive exams, GATE, JEEE exams are conducted in this lab. This lab is also utilized for self-learning by students during free slot of lab. Workshops are conducted in this lab like workshop on Latex, IOT.

Area of Practical: Microcontroller and Microprocessor, System Programming & Operating System

Lab Incharge: Mrs. Vaishali Kulkarni

Electronics Design and Software Tools Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with EDC , Computer Network & Integrated circuits practical's for second year and Final year students . Lab manuals are available for different practical's conducted in this laboratory as well as reference manual of students. Total cost of Lab is 7,23,121/- Total Area of Laboratory is 67 Sq/Mtr.

Features: The laboratory is equipped with power supplies, function generators, CROs, digital storage oscilloscopes, multimeters, logic analyzer and trainer kits of mobile communication.

Utilization: Students develop competency in measurement science using advanced instruments. This lab is also utilized for self-learning by students during free slot of lab.

Area of Practical: Electronic measuring instruments and techniques, Mobile communication

Lab Incharge: Mrs. B. R. Thawali

Measurement & Power Electronics Lab

Description:
In the Power Electronics Lab students can perform the experiment related to the subject & do the project related work. Lab is engaged with Measurement & Power electronics practicals for second and third year students. We Provides electronic modules to carry out experiments. Lab manuals are available for different practicals conducted in this laboratory as well as reference manual of students. Total cost of Lab is RS. 16,00,628/- Total Area of Laboratory is 70.85 Sq/Mtr.

Features: Students can perform the experiments based on study of gate drive circuits of IGBT, single phase half controlled and full controlled converters, three phase full controlled converters, single phase ac voltage regulators and DCDC converters. Students can perform the experiment in a group of 3 members. Major Equipment of Lab is 3.4 GHz Universal Frequency counter & Dual Scope CRO.

Utilization: study of gate drive circuits of IGBT, single phase half controlled and full controlled converters, three phase full controlled converters, single phase ac voltage regulators and DCDC converters.

Area of Practical: Power elctronics and Measurement

Lab Incharge: Mrs.S.P.Vibhute

PG-VLSI Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with VLSI, SPOS, ESD, DIP practicals for SE, TE and BE students. Total cost of lab is Rs. 10,99,150/- and total area of lab is sq./mtr.Lab Fully supported by Internet facility speed upto 100 Mbps. Lab Contains Following Software's Code Block for OOP's, VM Virtual Box for SPOS, TCAD Software for VLSI, MATLAB for DSP

Features: Lab supported by software MATLAB. It benefits Students for advanced concepts from Digital Image Processing.Lab supported by software Keil & Flash Magic Debugger with Virtual Box & tera Terminal. It enable Students for learning Embedded Projects on their own. Lab supported by software Proteus 8 Professional. It benefits Students for learning Designing, Simulation of Electronic Circuits.

Utilization: After 3.30 pm students use internet facility for extra curricular Activities. For example: online Aptitude tests, NPTEL courses etc. Workshops are conducted in this lab like workshop on Latex, IOT.

Area of Practical: VLSI, SPOS, ESD, DIP Practicals

Lab Incharge: Prof. P. M. Ghate

Microwave & Antenna Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with Broadband Communication System, Wave Theory Antenna and Microwave Engineering for third year and final year students. Total cost of lab is Rs. 16,38,158/- and total area of lab is 78sq./mtr.

Features: Microwave laboratory supports UG laboratory facilities in the field of Microwave and Antenna courses. Major equipment's in the lab include Microwave Test Bench, Antenna Kit etc.

Utilization: PG projects on the design, theory, and prototyping of antennas, filters and other RF components. The laboratory includes facilities of the real time experimental setup of Microwave Engineering, Broadband Communication System and antenna simulation.

Area of Practical: Broadband Communication System, Wave Theory Antenna and Microwave Engineering

Lab Incharge: Mrs. S. A. Bhisikar

Communication Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with Analog communication, Digital communication and BCS practicals for second and third year students. Total cost of lab is Rs. 42,78,759/- and toatl area of lab is 78 sq./mtr

Features: Communication lab supports UG / PG laboratory facilities in the filed of communication filed. Internet facility is available in this lab.

Utilization: After 3.30 pm students use internet facility for extra curricular Activities. For example: online Aptitude tests, NPTEL courses etc.

Area of Practical: Analog and Digital communication Practicals also BCS realted practicals

Lab Incharge: Mr. A. D. Sonawane

Project Lab

Description:
Museum is a building in which objects of historical, scientific, artistic or cultural interest are stored and exhibited. Total cost of Lab is RS. Rs. 11,66,704.7/- Total Area of Laboratory is 65 Sq/Mtr. Each section of the museum is designed with a specific focus and audience in mind. The first section of the museum has a focus on basic electronic components, their types and symbols. The second section of the museum is meant to represent different semiconductor devices following with basic PCB designing types in fourth section. The fifth section represents computer and its part and last section represents the development in communication with all aspects.

Features: Supporting hardware and software is available in the lab such as PCB design machine, simulation software, soldering gun, bread boards and others. Students make use of available systems for conducting their in-house projects.Same way project lab is used as museum for exhibition of electronics era from its beginning.

Utilization: projects at third year and final year level are conducted in the lab throughout the year.

Area of Practical: PCB design machine, simulation software, soldering gun, bread boards and others. Students make use of available systems for conducting their in-house projects.

Lab Incharge: Mrs. S. D. Kale

Research Lab

Description: Research Laboratory has been set in the department to develop a research and stimulate an environment that supports research, innovation and creativity among the students. The main purpose of the research laboratory is to facilitate the support for on-going research. Research Laboratory has various modern equipment and facilities of departmental labs as per the requirement of project.

List of Software tools for Research laboratory: 1. MATLAB 2. Python

Note: Access to reputed online journals. Access to IIT Kharagpur digital library (e- books), NPTEL Videos, Swayam, Shodhganga.

Features: Wi-Fi facility, internet with high bandwidth.

Plagiarism: Turnitin

Utilization: Projects at third year and final year level are conducted in the lab throughout the year.

Area of Practical: PCB design machine, simulation software, soldering gun, bread boards and others. Students make use of available systems for conducting their in-house projects.

Lab Incharge: Mrs. S. A. Sonawane

Electronics Devices and Circuit Lab

Description: The objective of EDC laboratory is to understand the concepts, working and characteristics of Diodes, BJT, FET and OP-AMP and their applications. Second year E&TC students perform the experiments of Electronic devices & circuits, Computer Networks and Integrated Circuits subject. Students can verify the results of experiments with simulation results also. Computers are available with various software installed on it such as Multisim, Matlab etc.

Total cost of Lab: Rs. 7,23,121/-

Features: The lab contains CRO, Function generator, multi-meters etc. Also practicals of first year and Second year are to be conducted in this lab

Utilization : Projects at third year and final year level are conducted in the lab throughout the year.

Area of Practical : PCB design machine, simulation software, soldering gun, bread boards and others. Students make use of available systems for conducting their in-house projects.

Lab Incharge : Dr. Mrs. C. V. Rane

Digital Electronics Lab

Description: In the Digital Electronics Lab, students can perform the experiment related to the subject & do the project related work. Major Equipment of Lab includes Digital trainer kit, LED TV Trainer & LCD TV Trainer.

Total cost of Lab: Rs. 7,80,547/-

Total Area of Laboratory: 67 Sq/Mtr

Features: Equipments in the lab includes oscilloscopes, signal generators, millimeters, PA SYSTEM, Digital TV Trainer kit. Students can perform the experiments based on study of 4-Bit, 8- Bit Comparator, Multiplexer as well as De-multiplexer. Also beyond syllabus kits available like seven segment display, multiplexed seven segment display.

Utilization : Practicals of digital electronics are conducted on trainer kit as well as EDA tool Xilinx. This lab is also utilized for self-learning by students during free slot of lab.

Area of Practical : Digital system Design

Lab Incharge : Dr. Mrs. S. A. Paithane

Events And Activities

Design Thinking for Artificial Intelligence

Resource Person : Dipti Bajpai

Beneficiary : SE,TE Students

Coordinator : Dr.S.C.Patil/ Dr.S.A.Bhisikar/ V.S.Kulkarni

22-01-2022

Evolution of Mobile Radio Communication" on the occasion of World Radio Day

Resource Person: Dr. Vandana Baste Rohokale

Beneficiary: SE,TE Students

Coordinator: A.D.Sonawane/ A.V.Jawake

Date: 12-2-2022

Mental Health & Emotional Quotient

Resource Person:Mrs. Kanchan P.Tatkare

Beneficiary : SE,TE,BE Students

Coordinator : Dr.C.V.Rane

Date: 6-3-2022

PCB Designing

Resource Person: Mrs. Pallavi Jadhav

Beneficiary: SE, TE, Students

Coordinator: A.D.Sonawane/ A.V.Jawake

Date: 14-12-2021

Two days workshop on Machine Learning

Resource Person: Mr. Vaibhav Bajaj

Beneficiary: TE Students

Coordinator: A.D.Kulkarni

Date: 31-03-22 - 01-04-22

Computer Networks & its applications

Resource Person: Mr. Sudhakar Shenoy

Beneficiary: SE, TE, Students

Coordinator: Mrs. Rane C.V.

Date: 24-12-2021

Embedded Systems and IoT

Resource Person: Mr. Nikhil Dongarkar

Beneficiary: SE, TE, Students

Coordinator: A.D.Sonawane/ A.V.Jawake

Date: 13-12-2021

Intellectual Property Awareness’ on the occasion of “World Intellectual Property Day”

Resource Person: Mr. Pratik Sharad Hendre

Beneficiary: SE, TE, Students

Coordinator: Dr.C.V.Rane

Date: 26-4-2022

Idea to a product: connecting dots toward career development

Resource Person: Ramneek Kalra

Beneficiary: TE Students

Coordinator: Dr.S.A.Bhisikar

Date: 10-7-2021

Activity Title: World Telecommunication Day

Resource Person: Dr. S.B.Shinde

Achievement :Certificate of completion of CPP Training

Beneficiary: SE, TE, Students

Coordinator: A.D.Sonawane/ A.V.Jawake

Date: 17-5-2022

Introduction to Matlab

Resource Person: Dr.S.A.Paithane/ Ms.S.A.Sonawane/ Mr.R.S.Bulbule/ Mr.P.P.Chippalkatti

Venue: RSCOE, Dept of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Date: 8-10-2020 - 15-10-2020

Faculty Development Program on “Pedagogical Training for Effective Online Teaching and Learning"- Testmoz

Resource Person: Ms. Shradha . G. Bhingardive

Venue: RSCOE, Dept of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Date: 12-8-2020

Faculty Development Program on “Pedagogical Training for Effective Online Teaching and Learning"- Filmora

Resource Person: Ms. Bharati R. Thawali

Venue: RSCOE, Dept of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Date: 18-8-2020

Webinar on “Smart Agriculture"

Resource Person:Mr.Rajeev Kathoria

Coordinator: Mrs.S.D.Kale/Ms.P.V.Gujarathi

Date: 2-7-2020

Webinar “IOT- An Industry Perspective"

Resource Person: Ms. Rani Gupta

Coordinator:Mr. P.P.Chippalkatti

Date: 4-7-2020

Student’s Association

Objectives of ENTESA:

  1. To bring about the technical development of students by organizing seminars, workshops and other activities
  2. To improve non-technical abilities of students by promoting good communication skills, managerial abilities, presentation skill and team work
  3. To act as a forum for students to voice their options and suggestions Objective
  4. To bring about the technical development of students by organizing seminars, workshops and other activities
  5. To improve non-technical abilities of students by promoting good communication skills, managerial abilities, presentation skill and team work
  6. To bring about the technical development of students by organizing seminars, workshops and other activities

Outcomes of ENTESA:

  1. Gain knowledge not only in technical field but also explore themselves in other areas work in team and improve their overall personality
  2. Improve their leadership capabilities

Project Competition “RACHANA – 22”
Coordinated by Dr. S.C. Wagaj (HoD, EnTC, JSPM’s RSCOE),
Dr. P. M. Ghate, Prof. R. S. Bulbule and Prof. A. D. Kulkarni.

SY BTech visited the Pawana Hydroelectric Power Plant
At Pawana Nagar, Tal.- Maval,Pune
10/05/2022.

Student’s Achievements

Shubham Dattatraya Gaikwad

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:Completed a course on Handset repair Engineer Level-II

24-07-2021

Vedant Pramod Waghmare

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:Certification of completion on Complete Introduction to Cyber security -2021

05-08-2021

Prathmesh Naik

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:Completing the workshop “The Ultimate Guide to Stock Investing” 19 June to 18 July 2021

19-06-2021 - 18-07-21

Ankita Sandip Bhagat

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:AWS Cloud partitioner Essentials

22-07-2021

Ankita Sandip Bhagat

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:Microsoft Python Enthusiast organized by HACKVEDA Ltd.

Sidharth Jadhav

T Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:Participate in Robo Sprint in NAVYANTRAM 4.0 National Robotics Competition on 25-26 Oct 2021

25-10-21 - 26-10-21

Om More

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement:Participate in Robo Sprint in NAVYANTRAM 4.0 National Robotics Competition on

28-9-2021 - 12-10-21

Mayuri Anaji Kale

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement : Ready, Set, Agile! Virtual Experience Program Certificate of Completion Organized by Cognizant

22-9-2021

Mayuri Anaji Kale

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement : Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with Squarespace an online non-credit course authorized by Coursera Project Network and offered through Coursera

17-07-2021

Madhuri Chaudhari

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement :Certificate of completion of CPP Training

05-08-2021

Om More

S Y B Tech (E&TC)

Achievement : Successfully completed the HP LIFE online course Effective Presentations Presented 28/08/2021

28-9-2021 - 12-10-21

Dhananjay Satnure

Achievement : Google’s-Fundamentals of Digital Marketing (International Level)

27-11-2021

Dhananjay Satnure

Achievement : Microsoft Azure Data Fundamental Exam (International Level)

27-11-2021

Extra Curricular Activities

Extra Curricular Activities
Sr.No Name of Student Name of Event Date of Event Venue of Event Participation/ Winner Type of Program (Inter-institute/National/ International/ State)
1 Aakashrao Vallapuneni , Soham Haran , Jai Ugale , Jaydeep Singare DD Robocon 2022 16-7-2022 to 17-7-2022 IIT Delhi, Tyagraj Stadium Participation National
2 Manasi Babu Pawar, Rohan AjitsingSisodiya, Atmaprakash Shukla, Ankit Choudhary PI-EV 2022 6th Annual FSEV Concept Challenge 2-7-2022 to 17-7-2022 Tech Private Limited Participation State
3 Anil James Event manager in TEDx Event 26-03-22 Rscoe Participation Intra
4 Girish Jawale Fumage Art in Firodia 22 2022 Firodia 22 Got First prize from Anurag Kashyap State
5 Girish Jawale Atal Karandka (The Maze Drama Competition) 2022 Akhil Bharat NatyaParishad ,Pune Participation Inter-institute
6 Sairaj jadhav National defence Academy NDA To fly Aircraft 16-03-2022 NDA Academy , Pune Participation National
7 Sairaj jadhav Drill Competition 23-09-2022 to 29-09-2022 NCC, Pune First National
8 Aakashrao Vallapuneni, Pranav RajendraGadekar, Tapan patil, SanketBachhav E-Yantra Robotics Competition (eYRC 2021-22). 3-04-22 IIT,Bombay Participation National
9 SampadaHirurkar Dance Dynasty Cultural & Sports Festival 12-2-2022 to 13-2-2022 Amritsar Participation National
10 KedarHekade SYNCYTIUM 2022 2022 Kashibai Navale College First National
11 Swarupa Narayankar Sports & Culture State Games(Javelins) 17-12-2021 to 19-12-2021 Solapur First National
12 Swarupa Narayankar Sports & Culture State Games(Short Put) 17-12-2021 to 19-12-2021 Solapur First National
13 Swarupa Narayankar Sports & Culture State Games(Discus Throw) 17-12-2021 to 19-12-2021 Solapur First National
14 Swarupa Narayankar Olympic National Games 2021 at Haryana(Shotput) 17-09-2021 Haryana First National
15 Swarupa Narayankar Shotput Tournament 2021-22 Savitribai Phule Pune University Second Inter-institute
16 Omkar Nisah FIFA 12-5-2022 to 14-5-2022 Indira College of Commerce and Science Participation Inter-institute
17 Jaydeep Singare ZEALVO-2022(Volleyball Competition) 13-5-2022- to 15-5-2022 ZEAL Institute Participation Inter-institute
18 RuchitaBendkhale Atal Karandka (The Maze Drama Competition) 2022 Akhil Bharat NatyaParishad ,Pune Participation Inter-institute
19 RuchitaBendkhale Solo Singing 12-5-2022 to 14-5-2022 Indira College of Commerce and Science Participation Inter-institute
20 SiddeshSabade National Intellectual Property Awareness Mission 26-4-2022 Intellectual Property Office,India Participation National
21 SiddeshSabade ZEALVO-2022(Volleyball Competition) 13-5-2022 to 15-5-2022 ZEAL Institute Participation Inter-institute
22 SiddeshSabade Poster Making Competition PES DAY 2022 IEEE Pune Section Participation Inter-institute
23 SiddeshSabade Essay Writing Competition(World Intellectual Property Day) 26-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
24 Samruddhi Naukudkar Good Stress and Bad Stress Webinar 5-3-2022 IEEE Kharagpur Participation National
25 Samruddhi Naukudkar Dr. Arvind B. Telang Elocution Competition 2021-2022 17-09-2021 Pune Second Inter-institute
26 Aishwarya Shingare Group Dance Competition 29-1-2022 to 30-1-2022 IIT Bombay Participation National
27 Aishwarya Shingare Feet on Fire Group Dance Competition 7-1-2022 IIT Palakkad Participation National
28 Aishwarya Shingare Group Dance Competition 2021 LAKSHYA 2021 Second Inter-institute
29 Anisha Madne Robotics Quiz 2021 RSCOE Participation Intra College
30 Sayali Kulkarni MaziVasudhara Mitra 1-11-2021 Environment and Climate Change department,Pune Participation National
31 Manasi Khapare National Engineering Olympiad 5.0 22-12-2021 National Engineering Olympiad Qualified National
32 Yogini Deshmukh Artiskit(Impression 2021) 17-12-2021 College of Engineering,Pune Third Inter-institute
33 Yogini Deshmukh Atal Karandka (The Maze Drama Competition) 2022 Akhil Bharat NatyaParishad ,Pune Participation Inter-institute
34 Yogini Deshmukh Kamal Basant Karandak (The Maze Drama Competition) 2022 ManpaKalawat Sanstha, Mumbai Participation State Level
35 Rutuja Sandeep Both National Engineering Olympiad 5.0 22-12-2021 National Engineering Olympiad Qualified National
36 ChaitaliAahire National Engineering Olympiad 5.0 22-12-2021 National Engineering Olympiad Participation National
37 Mansi Khapare National Engineering Olympiad 5.0 22-12-2021 National Engineering Olympiad Qualified National
38 SumitMukhedkart Cloud Master Class- Discovery Day 18-06-21 Online Participation National
39 Arya DigambbarBhalerao Poerty competition organised by IEEE Pune Section 8-03-21 Online Second Inter-institute

Co-Curricular Activity

Co-Curricular Activity
Sr.No Name of Student Name of Event Date of Event Venue of Event Participation/ Winner Type of Program (Inter-institute/National/ International/ State)
1 Omkar Wakale International Journal of Research Publication and Reviews 22-5-2022 OnlineParticipation International
2 Sheryl Thoppil Outstanding Student Volunteer in IEEE Pune Section 2021 OnlineParticipation State
3 Sushant Walokar International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering andManagement5-5-2022 Online Participation International
4 Siddhant Gardi International Journal of Scientific Research in Engineering andManagement5-5-2022 Online Participation International
5 Aditi Bhingarkar International Journal of Scientific Research inEngineeringandManagement5-5-2022 Online Participatio International
6 Sheryl Thoppil Volunteered in Returning Mother’s Conference 28-8-2021 to 29-8-2021 Online Participation International
7 Atharva Joshi RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOESecond Inter-institute
8 Abhishek Tulekar RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOESecond Inter-institute
9 Saurabh Jamade RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOESecond Inter-institute
10 PurvaAmbekar RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
11 Atharv Mane RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
12 Harshada Patil RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
13 Ameya Mane RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
14 Kaushal Mahajan RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
15 Rahul Lambture RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
16 ShatrughnMaske RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
17 Aniket Kumar RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
18 Vedantika MohitetRACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
19 Shreya MamdapuretEssay Writing Competition(World Intellectual Property Day) 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Interinstitut
20 Aniket Kumar Essay Writing Competition(World Intellectual Property Day) 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
21 HarshadaKamble RACHANA-22 Project Competition12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
22 Aishwarya Shingare RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
23 Tejas Jadhav RACHANA-22 Project Competition12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
24 SumitMukhedar RACHANA-22 Project Competition12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
25 Shivani Inamdar RACHANA-22 Project Competition12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
26 Ankita Ghorpade RACHANA-22 Project Competition12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
27 Blessy Baby RACHANA-22 Project Competition12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
28 Rutuja Bothe RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE ParticipationInter-institute
29 Neha Shirude RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE ParticipationInter-institute
30 Anisha Madne RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE ParticipationInter-institute
31 Sayali Kulkarni RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE ParticipationInter-institute
32 Manasi Khapure RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE ParticipationInter-institute
33 Manasi Khapure Quiz Competition 2022 RSCOE Innovation Cell Participation Inter-institute
34 Anuja Kadu RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
35 PranjalKalal RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022 RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
36 Rutuja Shinde Leadership Talk(MHRD) 6-6-2021 MHRD Participation Inter-institute
37 Ganesh Chodhari International Journal of Research Publication and Reviews 22-5-2022 Online Participation International
38 Shraddha Sawant RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
39 Aniket ChoudharyRACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
40 Vaishnavi Patel RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
41 JayadeepSingare RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
42 Girija Patil RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
43 ChaitaliAahire RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
44 Sakshi Patil RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
45 Siddhi Sarote RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
46 SiddeshSabade RACHANA-22 Project Competition 12-4-2022RSCOE Participation Inter-institute
47 Pruthviraj JadhavOnline Hackathon 2022 Google Developer Student Club,PVG College Participation Inter-institute

MOU's

A) MoUs Signed

B) MOUs Initiated

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/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.

4. Conduct 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.

5. Modern 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.

6. The 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.

7. Environment 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.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: 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.

11. Project 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.

12. Life-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.

Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

  • PSO1: Graduate will demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of Electronics and Telecommunication to identify, formulate and solve Engineering problems useful to society

  • PSO2: Graduate will demonstrate an ability to design, implement and analyze various functional elements of Electronics and Telecommunication domain, interpret data and work with multidisciplinary approach

  • PSO3: Graduate will demonstrate the analytical and managerial skills with a virtue of continued learning; carry out the professional and entrepreneurial responsibilities in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering field considering environmental issues.

Professional Bodies

IEEE

Student Branches provide an opportunity for IEEE Student members to begin networking in their areas of interest and future profession. There are over 2,000 Student Branches in over 100 countries, globally. IEEE Student Branch has access to funding that helps the group organize events and help individuals to have access to scholarships and awards.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Swati A. Bhisikar
Faculty Counseller: Dr. Shaileja C. Patil

ISTE : Indian Society for Technical Education ((Institutional Membership)

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. Major Benefits of becoming an ISTE Member is that they are joining an academic fraternity of over 1,24,000 strong professionals and eligible to participate in Chapter, Section and National Level Conferences, Workshops and other activities of their academic interest etc.

Faculty Coordinator : Mr.Sonawane Amol D.

IETE

IETE is India's leading recognized professional society devoted to: Advancement of Science Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT. To plan and organize technical programes and activities, such as, special lectures, workshops, seminars, symposia, exhibitions etc for the benefit of student members on a regular basis. To provide a common platform for the student members to exchange ideas and information on the topics of their interest e.g. curriculum, employment / higher educational opportunities, emerging trends, new development etc; To facilitate technical visits / practical training / project work / employment, of the student members in R&D laboratories, industries, academic institutions etc; To encourage team work and the spirit of self-reliance among the student members; To serve as a focal point at the institution on all aspects of professional development of the student members.

Faculty Coordinator : Mrs.Kale Swati D.

IEI

Engineering Colleges/ Polytechnics may establish Students' Chapter of IEI with at least fifty students pursuing engineering in the same branch of a College/University/Institution and be a part of the IEI fraternity.

Faculty Coordinator : Dr.Mrs.Rane Charushila V.

Projects

As a part of the curriculum, a final year student has to carry out one full year project work to address some specific problem related to field and provide the model solution to it by applying the knowledge gained in three years of graduate studies. Project work is carried out by a group of 3 to 4 students under the guidance of faculty member with his/her optimum support. The project work is implemented in stages across two semesters and its flow and implementation phases are depicted in the figure below.

Project Structure

The final year Project is a compulsory component of all degree Students. It provides an opportunity for students to integrate knowledge and different types of skills and competencies gained in their studies throughout their previous semesters and to develop critical thinking. It is carried out as an independent work which is evaluated according to the highest academic standards. The project should be completed within a period of two semesters, full-time and carries a total of 14 credits.

The Details project work is divided in two semesters as follows:

Course Outcomes:

After the successful completion of this course, the student is expected to have/be able to:

  • Convert an open-ended problem statement into a statement of proposed work.
  • Decompose problems/task into sub-tasks and establish a methodology and process by which progress may be evaluated.
  • Select and apply appropriate methods/models, or mathematical simulations of the real world and analyses the data to provide information for decisions.
  • Perform feasibility analysis and evaluate quality of solutions to select the best one.
  • Produce usable documents of record regarding the design process.
  • Collaborate with team members to achieve a common goal and to develop skills which recognizes and resolves ethical issues while working.

Project Structure

Based upon the functional area of the projects, the categorization of the projects is done as follows:

  • Application oriented
  • Algorithm Oriented
  • Product
  • Social Concerned
  • Review Based
  • Research Oriented

Figures below depict the area wise distribution of Projects for years 2021-22, 2020-21 and 2019-20.

E&TC Project Groups
Academic Year 2019-20 View
Academic Year 2020-21 View
Academic Year 2021-22 View
B.Tech Project Diary View
Final Project Manual View

Publications

Research Publications

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Research Grants

Reaseach Funding

Sr. No Title of the Research Project Name of Faculty Ref. No Name of Funding Agency Amount in Rs Duration
1 A Technological hub for production of Eco-friendly and Economical products to improve the socio economic status of SC in Osmanabad Block PI-Dr S. C. Patil, E&TC Engg.,
CO-PI-Dr R K Jain-Civil Engg.,
Dr D T Mane- Comp. Engg.
DST/SEED/SCST/STI/2020/438 Date Feb. 2022 DST Rs.2,73,13,429/- A.Y. 2022-2025
2 Modernization of existing Self Learning Laboratory with parallel computing Dr. Seema Kedar Comp. Engg. F.No.9-274/RIFD/MOD/POLICY1/2018-19 Date 29.11.2019 MODROB AICTE New Delhi Rs.10,00,000/- A.Y. 2020-2022
3 Seismic earth pressure on retaining valve Dr. Raj Dubbal ,
Dr. Raviraj Sorate Civil Engg.
Ref. AICTE/MODROB/POLICY-1/2017-18 MODROB AICTE New Delhi Rs.12,78,000/- 2019-2021
4 Intrinsic Behavior of Coconut Wood – PLA Composite Filament for Additive Manufacturing Dr A. M. Badadhe Mech. Engg. Sanction Year-2021-22 UMP.05/26.14/1/1/3/UIC211506 Date : 25th August 2021 Research & Innovation Department of University Malaysia Pahang Rs.2,70,215/- September 1, 2021 – August 31, 2024 (36 months)
5 Establishment of Photo voltaic thermal collector with phase change material to investigate its performance Dr A. M. Badadhe Mech. Engg. Sanction No. F NO.9-221/IDC.MODROB/POOLICY01/2019-20 Date 20.07.2020. MODROB AICTE New Delhi Rs.9,69,953 02 years (2019-2021)
6 RPS – Research Promotion Scheme Development of Fiber-Glass Composites using Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Moulding (VARTM) with Interlaminar Nanofibers produced by Electrospinning. Testing the With and Without Nano-Layered FG composites Dr J. A. Hole Mech. Engg. F. No. B-21s/RIFD/RPS (Policy -7) / 2008-19 Date 20 March 2020 RPS-AICTE New Delhi Rs. 10,00,000 03 Years (2019-22)
7 Development of CFD based model and real time model for single and multi-strand tundish for composition, inclusion and superheat control during continuous casting of steel Prof R. S. Sundge Mech. Engg. SPPU /2019-20/1046/22 date 12/10/2019 SPPU Pune Rs. 2,90,000 02 years (2019-2021)

Grants Received for FDP/STTP

Sr. No Title of the Research Project Name of Faculty Ref. No Name of Funding Agency Amount in Rs
1 Two week FDP on Artificial Intelligence and it's applications in Biomedical Engineering" Dr. Swati Bhishikar, E&TC Engg. F.No 34-67/38/FDC/FDP/P-1/2019-20 date 30.07.2020 AICTE New Delhi Rs.5,21,667/-
2 STTP- Challenges and opportunity in smart city implementation in IoT Era Dr. S. C. Patil,
Dr S. N. Badoria,
E &Tc Engg.
Ref. No. 34-65/251/RIFD/STTP/POLICY1/2018-19 AICTE New Delhi Rs.3,00,000/-
3 FDP- Recent trends in IoT Dr. S.C.Patil
E& Tc Engg.
File No 6-79/RIFD/FDP/POLICY1/2016-17, Date 06 .06.2017 AICTE New Delhi Rs.6,55,000/-
4 Research Methodology and data analysis Dr. Seema Kedar Comp. Engg. ISTE/AICTE-ISTE FDP-1-3515216631/2018-19 Date 11 March 2020 Induction/Refresher program under AICTE ISTE Rs. 3,00,000/-
5 AI Diving in IoT and Computer Vision Dr. Vinod kumar Ref.F. No.-202000462 AICTE New Delhi Rs.81000
6 STTP on Applications of Nanotechnology Dr. Sunil Kandalkar Engg. Science Ref. No 34-66/474/FDC/STTP/POLICY1/2019-20 AICTE New Delhi Rs. 3,21,600/-
7 Grant for organising Conference Dr Shailaja Patil F.No-67-25/IDC/GOC/Policy-2/2020-21 AICTE New Delhi Rs.4,00,000/-

Placements

Placements

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Contact Us

  • Head Of Department
    Dr.S.C.Wagaj

    scwagaj@gmail.com
    9970063553

  • T & P Coordinator
    Mr. A.V.Jawake

    ashishjwk@gmail.com
    9960451514

  • Department Academic Coordinator
    Dr. Mrs.C.V.Rane

    ranecharushilav@gmail.com
    9423573087

Innovative Practices by faculty in Teaching & Learning

Individual Faculty Website

Sr. No Name of Faculty Post Website
1 Dr.Paithane Ajay .N. Professor https://ajaypaithane.wixsite.com/my-site
2. Dr.JadhavBhagvat D Professor https://bdjadhav1979.wixsite.com/my-site1
3. Dr.Ghate Pravin M. Professor https://pmghateentc.wixsite.com/pmghate
4. Dr.Wagaj Santosh C. Associate Professor https://scwagaj.wixsite.com/websit
5. Dr.Vedalankar Aditi V Associate Professor https://avvedalankar.wixsite.com/website
6. Dr.Paithane Sakshi A. Associate Professor https://sakshipaithane.wixsite.com/my-site
7. Dr.Bhisikar Swati A. Associate Professor https://bhisikarswati3.wixsite.com/website
8 Dr.Mrs.Rane Charushila V Assistant Professor https://cvraneentc.wixsite.com/my-site
9 Mrs.Kale Swati D Assistant Professor https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/swatikale
10 Ms.Thawali Bharati R Assistant Professor https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/brthawali/my-page
11 Mrs.Kulkarni Vaishali S Assistant Professor https://vskulkarnientc.wixsite.com/my-site
12 Mrs.Vibhute Shubhangi P. Assistant Professor https://spvibhuteentc.wixsite.com/my-site
13 Mr.Sonawane Amol D Assistant Professor https://amolsonawane1431.wixsite.com/my-site
14 Mr.Bulbule Rajesh S Assistant Professor https://rajeshbulbule4.wixsite.com/rajesh-bulbule
15 Mrs.Sonawane Shilpa A Assistant Professor https://shilpasonawane8.wixsite.com/my-site
16 Mrs.Pattanaik Swapanalini P. Assistant Professor https://pattanaikswapnalin6.wixsite.com/mysite
17 Mrs.Gawade Sadhana K Assistant Professor https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/profskgawade/my-course
18 Mrs.More Lata S Assistant Professor https://latamore511.wixsite.com/bepositive

Pedagogical Practices:

Name of faculty Name of Subject Pedagogical Practices Followed(Youtube, google drive, any other innovative ideas used for teaching) Reference Data (Link)
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology You Tube https://youtu.be/ECR1Aj4LUgI
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology You Tube https://youtu.be/mm0ycI4rPGI
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology You Tube https://youtu.be/jqdUYAWUMKw
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology You Tube https://youtu.be/tC3F5it_T08
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology You Tube https://youtu.be/t2MSO9YXgrY
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology You Tube https://youtu.be/ggEDV8geQZk
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology Website https://scwagaj.wixsite.com/website
Dr. Wagaj Santosh C. VLSI Design & Technology Moodle https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/my/
Dr. Ghate Pravin M. Digital Signal Processsing (34) Design IIR Filter - YouTube (34) Design IIR Filter - YouTube
Dr. Ghate Pravin M. Renewable Energy System (34) Renewable Energy Resources - YouTube (34) Renewable Energy Resources - YouTube
Dr. Ghate Pravin M. Problem Based Learning (34) Problem Based Learning (PBL) - YouTube (34) Problem Based Learning (PBL) - YouTube
Dr. Ghate Pravin M. Embedded Product Design (34) Embedded Product Design - YouTube (34) Embedded Product Design - YouTube
Dr. Ghate Pravin M. Digital Signal Processsing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB40AQggRSA (34) Basic of Signal - YouTube
Mr. Arman Shaikh Embedded & Real Time Operating Systems Use of Blogs to keep students engaged and up-to-date with real world developments related to subject Neuromorphic Computing (armaanrscoe.blogspot.com)