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Electronics Engineering

Department of electronics engineering was started in 2012 with an intake of 60 students. In this course, student learns about electronic devices, electrical components such as semiconductor devices, electron tubes, diodes, transistors, integrated circuits, electronic circuits, devices and systems.After completion of this course, students may get opportunities in areas like, Communication and Media, Automobiles, Media, Advertising, Telecom Services etc.

To impart excellent technical education for the development of students to be ethically sound and globally competent electronics engineers.

1.To provide excellence in education, research and in the field of
communication system.
2. To provide quality education and to make the students employable and
entrepreneur by effective teaching methodology.
3. To develop engineers with moral values for their personal & professional
growth along with social welfare.
4. Continuous up gradation of teachers and students in collaboration with
industry experts on new technologies &software.

The students having diploma in electronics engineering will be:
1. Technically competent in service and maintenance, of electronic equipments.
2. Effective in communication and capable to work in a team or as team leader.
3. Ethically and socially responsible towards the growth of themselves and society.
4. Able to demonstrate entrepreneurship skills and lifelong learning for successful career.
5. Able to adapt themselves with new technological challenges in relevant field.

PO1- Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics,
science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering
problems.
PO2- Problem analysis: Identify and analyze well-defined engineering problems using codified
standard methods.
PO3- Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems
and assist with the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs.
PO4- Engineering Tools, Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern
engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
PO5- Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate
technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
PO6- Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team
member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well defined
engineering activities.
PO7- Life-long learning: Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the
context of technological changes.

PSO1. Diploma holders will be able to apply fundamentals of electronics in various domains of
analog and digital systems.
PSO2. Design and analyze various functional elements of different modes of communication
systems and signal processing.
PSO3. Demonstrate and implement variety of automation system by controlling, processing
different signals according to the required specifications keeping in mind its societal and
environmental effects.

Course Outcomes:

Session: 2020-21

Odd Semester

Sr. No.

Course Code (self designed)

Name of subject

Course Outcomes

1.

E 301

Electrical Engineering -II

1.      Understand the concept of AC theory and phasor diagram

2.      Understand one elementary idea of 3-phase supply

3.      Demonstrate the operation of transformers

4.      Acquire the knowledge of DC machines and starters for DC machine.

5.      Understand the working principle of alternators and synchronous motors.

6.      Understand the working principle of single phase induction motor.

2.

E 302

Electronic Devices and Circuits

1.      Demonstrate the concept of single stage amplifiers and multistage amplifier.

2.      Describe the operation of large signal amplifiers.

3.      Demonstrate the concept of negative and positive feedback.

4.      Understand the operation of oscillators (Hartley, Colpitt, Wein Bridge)

5.      Describe the various types of tuned voltage amplifiers

6.      Design various wave-shaping circuits

7.      Describe the concept of multi-vibrators and operational amplifiers

8.      Understand the concept of regulated DC supplies.

3.

E 303

Electronics Workshop

1.      Plan and Wire a small domestic building for a given load requirement.

2.      Specify the wiring plans of semi-industrial installations with three phase supply and a maximum of 5 KVA load.

3.      Develop skill in selection and use of commonly used tools, equipment, components in a given situation.

4.      Develop skill in wiring, soldering and de-soldering works.

5.      Develop skill in tracing circuits of simple (analog and digital) electronic assembly.

6.      The learners will be able to prepare printed Circuit boards.

4.

E 304

Digital Electronics

1.      Explain the importance of digitization.

2.      Verify and interpret truth tables for all logic gates.

3.      Realize all logic functions with NAND and NOR gates

4.      Design and demonstrate adder and subtractor circuits

5.      Verify and interpret truth tables of multiplexer, de-multiplexer, encoder and decoder ICs

6.      Design and realize different sequential circuit(Flip flops, counters and shift registers)

7.      Verify performance of different A/D and D/A converters.

8.      Explain the features and applications of different memories

5.

E 501

Microprocessors

1.      Understand the concept of microcomputer system

2.      Describe Architecture and pin details of 8085

3.      Write assembly language program using mnemonics

4.      Interface various peripheral devices with microprocessor.

5.      Use various data transfer techniques

6.      Describe architecture and pin detail of 8086

7.      Describe the idea of advance microprocessors like Pentium series and dual core.

6.

E 502

Optical Fiber Communication

1.      Understand various components and light propagation methods in optical fiber communication.

2.      Demonstrate various types of optical fibers

3.      Identify and test losses in optical fibers

4.      Explain and demonstrate characteristics of optical source and optical detector

5.      Connect and provide joints in optical fibers

6.      Components and tools used in optical fiber

7.      Compare various optical amplifiers

7.

E 503

Consumer Electronics

1.      Understand the various types of microphones and loud speakers.

2.      To identify the various digital and analog signal.

3.      Describe the basis of television and composite video signal.

4.      Describe the various kinds of colour TV standards and system.

5.      Compare the various types of digital TV system.

6.      Understand the various types of consumer goods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Session: 2020-21

Even Semester

Sr. No.

Course Code (self designed)

Name of subject

Course Outcomes

1.

EC 201

Electrical Engineering -I

1.      Classify various materials into conductor, semiconductor and insulator.

2.      Describe the properties of conducting, insulating and magnetic materials.

3.      Understand Kirchhoff’s laws to solve simple DC circuit.

4.      Understand various network theorems such as Thevenin’s theorem, Norton theorem, and superposition theorem to solve simple circuit problems.

5.      Understand AC Circuit Theory.

6.      Understand construction, rating & safety measures for batteries.

2.

EC 202

Electronic Components and Devices

1.      Indentify and distinguish between active components (BJT, FET etc) and passive components (Resistor, Capacitor, inductor etc).

2.      Understand voltage and current sources as well as their inter-conversions.

3.      Understand the working and application of semiconductor diode including half wave rectifier & Full wave rectifier.

4.      Understand the working of BJT and hence able to design amplifier using it.

5.      Compare various transistors biasing circuit and stabilize their operating points.

6.      Understand the working of FET and hence able to design amplifier using it.

7.      Compare BJJT, JFET, MOSFET & CMOS.

3.

EC 203

General Engineering

1.      Identify and able to take readings on various electrical equipments (voltmeter, ammeter, CRO, wattmeter, multi-meter)

2.      Determination of voltage-current relationship in a DC circuit under specific physical conditions

3.      Measure resistance of an ammeter and a voltmeter

4.      Verify DC circuits (Thevenin and Norton Theorem)

5.      Verify Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws in a dc circuit

6.      Find the ratio of inductance of a coil having air-core and iron-core respectively and observe the effect of introduction of a magnetic core on coil inductance

7.      Test a lead – acid storage battery

8.      Measure power and power factor in a single phase R-L-C Circuit and calculation of active and reactive powers in the circuit.

9.      Measure voltages and currents in poly-phase a.c. circuits for star and delta connections.

10.  Identify different construction materials and check their quality

4.

ME 401

Industrial Electronics and

Transducers

1.      Understand the thyristor family such as SCR, DIAC, TRIAC etc

2.      Describe the application of thyristor such as AC Phase control using SCR

3.      Understand the working principle of Induction and dielectric heating.

4.      Understand basic idea and principle of transducer such as thermistor and piezoelectric crystal

5.      Demonstrate how the weak transducer signals are processed.

5.

ME 402

Network Filters and

Transmission Line

1.      Describe the concept of symmetrical, asymmetrical, balanced, unbalanced, T, PI, ladder, lattice, L and Bridge T networks

2.      Demonstrate the operation of attenuators and filters.

3.      Understand the concept and applications of transmission lines.

4.      Measure standing wave ratio and characteristic impedance of the line

6.

ME 403

Electronic Instruments and

Measurement

1.      Describe the specifications of measuring instruments.

2.      Demonstrate the working principle voltage, current and resistance measurement along with their applications.

3.      Understand the working of various parts of CRT.

4.      Measure frequency, voltage, time period and phase using CRO and DSO

5.      Demonstrate the working of RF signal generator, pulse generator and analyzers

6.      Understand the working principle of DC/AC bridges and meters.

7.

ME 404

Principles of Communication

Engineering

1.      Explain the concept and need of modulation and demodulation

2.      Measure the modulation index of the Amplitude Modulated wave and frequency deviation of FM.

3.      Use different types of modulators and demodulators.

4.      Obtain modulating signal from an AM Detector Circuit and FM detector

5.      Use different types of Pulse Modulation Techniques (PAM, PPM, PWM and PCM).

6.      Classify different radio transmitters and radio receivers

8.

ME 601

Microwave Engineering

1.      Identify and demonstrate operating principles and typical applications of tubes and diodes.

2.      Understand the various types and propagation modes of wave guides

3.      Describe the various types of antennas and wave propagation techniques

4.      Know the basic principle of radar and interpret the various parameters used in radar equations

5.      Measure VSWR of a given load

6.      Identify the block diagram and explain the operating principles of CW(Doppler), FMCW, MTI radar

7.      Interpret radar display PPI

8.      Describe the working principles of microwave communication link

9.

ME 602

Microcontrollers and Embedded

System

1.      Understand the working of microcontrollers

2.      Understand the Instruction set and programming related to microcontrollers

3.      Describe embedded system

4.      Explain embedded operating systems

5.      Program PIC microcontroller and AVR microcontroller

6.      Interface sensors with microcontroller

10.

ME 603

Wireless and Mobile

Communication System

1.      Identify and explain the features, specification and working of cellular mobile

2.      Measure and analyze signal strength at various points from a transmitting antenna with mobile phone.

3.      Understand generation of cellular phones.

4.      Describe and analyze different Multiple Access Techniques for Wireless Communication (FDMA, TDMA and CDMA)

5.      Describe different Mobile Communication Systems(GSM and CDMA)

6.      Demonstrate call processing on a GSM and CDMA trainer Kit

7.      Demonstration of SIM, LTE, Vo-LTE and mobile network

8.      Describe the idea of LAN, MAN, WAN

11.

ME 604

Control System

1.      Understand the concept of open loop and close loop system

2.      Understand various types of signals in control system

3.      Determine Transfer function of a Control System

4.      Explain various parameter of first order and second order Control System

5.      Determine the stability of a Control System

6.      Understand use of various controller in a Control System

7.      Apply controllers in various industrial applications

 

Name: Mr. Sunit Kumar Trivedi
Designation: Asst. Professor & Head Incharge
Qualification:B. TECH.,M. TECH
Email Id:sunitt015@gmail.com
Date of Joining:27th July’13
Total Experience: 07 years
Area of Interest:Electronics devices & circuits, Audio & Video Engineering

Name: Ms. Pooja Singh
Designation: Asst. Prof
Qualification:B. TECH.,M. TECH.
Email Id:pooja253@gmail.com
Date of Joining: 7th March’17
Total Experience:06 years
Area of Interest:Basic Electrical, Network Analysis and synthesis

Name:Mrs. Suraksha Mishra
Designation:Lecturer
Qualification:B. TECH.,M. TECH.
Email Id:surudgreat@gmail.com
Date of Joining:13th Feb’17
Total Experience:03 years
Area of Interest:Digital Electronics, Microprocessor