Electronics & Communication Engineering

About the Department:

The Department has always been on a high growth path to keep pace with the ever increasing importance of the major disciplines of study and current technology trends.

The Department has a fine blend of renowned as well as young faculty members and is involved in providing quality education. The undergraduate curricular structure and syllabi are updated regularly to reflect recent technological developments and industrial and nationals goals. The laboratories are well equipped, organized in such a way that student’s academics initiates with basics of electronics and are modernized to reflect the rapid changes in technology. The curriculum in electronics and communication engineering lays greater emphasis on deep understanding of fundamental principles and state of the art knowledge of electronic devices & circuits, computer architecture & microprocessors, VLSI & embedded systems, electromagnetic field theory, analog and digital communication, digital signal processing, microwave & broadband communications.

VISION

The Electronics and Communication Engineering Department will educate each student to be a responsible and productive engineer, who will be ready to meet technology’s challenges.

MISSION

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering supports the motto of Vivekananda Institute of Technology-East through teaching, research and service designed to provide the very best electronics engineering education possible. Our mission is to prepare students to excel as engineers and leaders in their profession.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

I

To be the best in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring good knowledge, ability and practice skills in Electronics and Communication engineering.

II

To develop attitude, good communication skills, leadership and team work in the profession and adapt according to lifelong learning.

III

To prepare graduates with vast theoretical and practical knowledge of fundamentals and to develop a level for professional competences.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

a

Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.

b

Graduates will demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

c

Graduate  will  demonstrate  an  ability  to  design  and  conduct  experiments,  analyze  and interpret data.

d

Graduates  will  demonstrate  an  ability  to  design  a  system,  component  or  process  as  per needs and specifications.

e

Graduates  will  demonstrate  an  ability  to  visualize  and  work  on  laboratory  and multidisciplinary tasks.

f

Graduate  will  demonstrate  skills  to  use  modern  engineering  tools,  software  and equipment to analyze problems.

g

Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.

h

Graduate will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.

i

Graduate will show the understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues.

j

Graduate will develop confidence for self-education and ability for life-long learning.

k

Graduate participation and success in competitive examinations. Graduate will develop confidence for self-education.

PROMINENT LABS:

  • Electronics Lab-I & II  -In Vivekananda Institute of Technology, ECE Department, We have two Electronics lab; Electronics lab-I & II. Electronics lab relates with Electronics Devices and Circuit Theory. In this lab student get knowledge about the semiconductor devices, its behavior, characteristics and applications. Electronics Lab-I is the basic lab for Electronics fundamentals.
  • In Electronics Lab-II student perform advanced experiment of electronics such as Filters, Amplifiers and Oscillators etc. In this lab student study about the characteristics, application and operation of Filters, Amplifiers and Oscillators.
  • Digital Electronics Lab –  Digital Electronics lab is used for practical works related to digital circuits and systems. In this lab student study about the different types of logic gates, Flip-Flops, Latches, Registers, Counters, Multiplexers and Decoders etc.
  • Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation Lab: In this lab students get knowledge about the measuring instruments and Transducers. In this lab students measure the Pressure, Temperature, Force, Displacement, Light and Load in terms of electrical Voltage or Current using transducers.Measuring instruments, bridges, sensors etc. are available for experiments.
  • Communication Lab : Electronics and Communication department provides communication lab. In this lab student study in detail about the various types of receivers and transmitters, Modulators and De Modulators and Spectrum Analyzer. Modulation schemes like amplitude and frequency modulation, FDM, etc. are performed using appropriate kits.
  • Microprocessor Lab :  Electronics and Communication department provides Microprocessor lab. This lab deals with the programming of microprocessor over simulator kits. This lab has 8085 Microprocessor kits which are to be programmed by the students.
  • Microwave Lab:  The Microwave Engineering Laboratory at VIT was established in the  year 2010 in the Electronics and Communication Engineering Department is used for scientific studies of the microwave frequencies. The major areas of working, analysis, design and development  & testing of of microwave circuits, components  and sub-systems  microwave, millimeter wave applications. Micro antennas, phase shifters and filters are some such componentsThe emphasis of research in the Microwave Engg. Laboratory is on understanding  the efficient components and subsystems for current and future applications in the extended radio frequency spectrum and measurement of planar / non-planar microwave components.Measurement Facilities:
    • Microwave Test Bench
    • Network Analyzer

Advanced Project and R&D Lab: 

VIT has a state of art Advance Research and Development Lab aiding students to work on innovative projects. Advance Research And Development Lab help the students to work in areas related to with a world class technology  like robotics, drones etc. We have completed in past & current working on  government aided projects.. The students get a chance a chance for hands on exposure to research on live projects. It is one of the best  research activities on campus .

  • Current Government Aided Projects
  • Gesture Controlled Wheel Chair Movement
  • Hazardous Gas Detection with Alarm and warning system
  • Floor Cleaning Robots

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS BY FACULTY MEMBERS

Mr. Sandeep Vyas

  1. “Molecular Manufacturing” in National conference on Micro and nano electronics system and devices-2011, VIT-Campus, Jaipur, March (11th -12th), 2011.
  2. “Safe utilization of advanced nano technology” in National conference on Micro and nano electronics system and devices-2011, VIT-Campus, Jaipur, March (11th -12th), 2011.
  3. “Using Electromyography (EMG) for Mobility” in International Conference on ‘VLSI,  Communication and Network-2011, IET, Alwar, December (24th-25th), 2011.
  4. “The large hadrons collider projects: It’s history, need, working, basic structure, it’s significance on today’s world and It’s applications” in International Conference on VLSI, Communication and Network-2011, IET, Alwar, December (24th-25th), 2011 .
  5. “Photonic crystal and electromagnetism in fixed dielectric media” in National conference on Recent developments in wireless and optical technologies, MNIT, Jaipur, October (29th-30th), 2012.
  6. “Modeling of a nano-metallic surface plasmonic lens for wider optical window operation”  International Conference on Communication and Electronics System Design, Jaipur Proc. of SPIE Vol. 8760, 87601T, doi: 10.1117/12.2012335, (2013).
  7. “Comparative investigation of effective mode area in photonic crystal fibers” National Conference on Future Trends in Communication Technologies, Manipal University Jaipur, August (22nd–23rd), 2014.
  8. “A highly nonlinear photonic crystal fiber for supercontinuum generation” Thailand-Japan Microwave (TJMW 2014), Bangkok, November 26th – 28th 2014.
  9. “Ultra broad supercontinuum generation with different nonlinear material by novel structure of photonic crystal fibers” IKSS 2014, Krutyn, Poland, (June 2014).
  10. “Exploration and Investigation of effective mode area in photonic crystal fiber”  in National conference on Energy, Materials & Communication Systems-2015, REC, Jaipur, December (18th-19th), 2015.
  11. “Chalcogenide (LiGSe2, LiGISe, LiGaS2): A perfect material to design highly nonlinear PCFs for supercontinuum generation” Proc. of the ICRCWIP, DOI 10.1007/978-81-322-2638-2638-3_47, pp. 409–413, @Springer Publication 2016.
  12. “A Highly Nonlinear Chalcogenide Based PCF for Broadband Supercontinuum Generation” International Conference on Optics and Photonics (ICOP-2015), Calcutta, February (20th to 22nd), 2015.
  13. “Investigation of effective mode area in photonic crystal fibers” D.S.T. sponsored National Conference on Innovations in Science and Engineering and its Social Impacts, Proc. of the NCISE 2016, PP. 79 (ISBN: 978-81-928917-2-9), January 2016.
  14. “Broadband Supercontinuum Generation and Raman Response in Ge11.5As24Se64.5 based chalcogenide Photonic Crystal Fiber,” IEEE International Conference (ICCTICT-2016), 978-1-5090-0082-1, pp. 562-566, March 2016.

Membership: ISTE, Optical Society of America (OSA), IETE, IEEE, IEEE Photonics

Mr. Kapil Sahu

  1. “Design and implementation of WCDMA Rake Receiver used in 3G  wireless communication” International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering(IJARSE) (ISSN: 2319-8354)
  2. “An overview of Spatially Modulated Space Time Block Code” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electronics & Communication Engineering,   ISSN: 2278 – 909X (online)
  3. “Peak to Average power reduction in OFDM system” International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) ISSN Print : 2393-8161] 
  4. “PAPR Reduction of OFDM system using Iterative Clipping and Filtering with Convolutional Code” IEEE International conference on communication system and network technologies (CSNT- 2015)

Ms. Kiran Wadhwani 

  1. “A Compact Broadband Slot Antenna for Wireless Applications” International Conference on Recent Cognizance in Wireless Communication & Image Processing (ICRCWIP-2014)

 Ms. Sarita Boolchandani

  1. “Design and implementation of WCDMA Rake Receiver used in 3G  wireless” communication International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering(IJARSE) (ISSN: 2319-8354)
  2. “An overview of Spatially Modulated Space Time Block Code” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electronics & Communication Engineering,   ISSN: 2278 – 909X (online)
  3. “Peak to Average power reduction in OFDM system”  International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) ISSN Print : 2393-8161]

 Mr. Gaurav Kumar

  1. “A Concise Step Shape Fed Monopole Microstrip Antenna for UWB Application” IEEE conference at SPIN15 and CCIP-2015
  2. “A Chord Type Monopole CPW Antenna with Multi-shape Ground Structure for UWB Application” IEEE conference at SPIN15 and CCIP-2015

 Ms. Yogita Agarwal

  1. “A Compact Ultra wideband Microstrip Antenna using L-shaped strip with Dual Band-Notched Characteristics  International conference”  ICRCWIP -2014, Jaipur
S.NO. NAME OF FACULTY DESIGNATION EMAIL ID Mobile No Research Area
1 Prof. Sanjiv Kumar HOD ECE hodece.vit@gmail.com 8619799077 Fuel Cell, Electronic Devices
2 Mr. Kausar Ali ASSOCIATE PROF. ali.kausar@vitj.ac.in 9950422999 Bluetooth, Femto Cells
3 Mr. Naveen Dadhich ASST. PROF dadhich.naveen@vitj.ac.in 9928637728 VLSI, Signal Systems
4 Mr. Neeraj Sharma ASST. PROF neeraj15sharma@gmail.com 9529617733 Digital Communication
5 Mr. Deepak Kumar Batra ASST. PROF batra.deepakkumar@vitj.ac.in 9785009285 Digital Electronics, VLSI
6 Mrs. Kritika Sharma ASST. PROF kratikasharma86@yahoo.co.in 9928278894 Microstrip Antenna
7 Mr. Akash Jaiman ASST. PROF jaiman.akash.vitcampus@gmail.com 9875249528 VLSI, Micro Processor & Embedded System
8 Mr. Shiv Narayan ASST. PROF shivam.dhruv27@gmail.com 8290152777 VLSI,
9 Dr. Ruchi Sharma ASSOCIATE PROF. ruchisharma2k6@gmail.com VLSI