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To impart knowledge of electronics and telecommunication to support the socio-industrial requirements.

M1: To provide effective teaching learning processes through ICT based activities.
M2: To enhance professional skills through extra & co-curricular activities.
M3: To develop technical resource in the field of electronics and telecommunication engineering following ethics.

  • To Provide proper quality education and important knowledge of electronics and telecommunication to develop employability skills to meet industrial needs for betterment of society.
    Provide quality education and important knowledge of electronics and telecommunication to develop employability skills to meet industrial needs for betterment of society.

  • 1. Well qualified and experienced faculty
  • 2. Well-equipped laboratory
  • 3. Utilization of ICT tools like LCD projector, smart board, Moodle, self-learning lab, DIY project.
  • 4. Conduction of co-curricular activity, technical seminar, industrial visits.
  • 5. Wi-Fi facility.
  • 6. Extracurricular activities, social activities, sports activities, cultural programs.
  • 7. Good infrastructure.
  • PEO 1: Make the students capable to design and simulate electronic circuits adapting professional ethics.
  • PEO 2: Acquire technical knowledge to pursue higher studies or work in multidisciplinary environment to get success in Industry.
  • PEO 3: To prepare lifelong leaning atmosphere for students to communicate effectively and work as a leader or team member.

  • PSO 1: Apply fundamentals of electronics & Telecommunication.
  • PSO 2: An ability to design and analyze the concepts of electronics and Telecommunication

  • Basic knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering to solve the engineering problems.
  • Discipline knowledge: An ability to apply disciplines - specific knowledge to solve core and/or applied engineering problems.
  • Experiments and practice: An ability to plan and perform experiments and practices and to use the results to solve engineering problems.
  • Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate technologies and tools with an understanding of the Limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Demonstrate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse/multidisciplinary teams.
  • Communication: An ability to communicate effectively.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes.
courses

Basic Electrical Laboratory

In this Lab, experimental work designed to verify theory and to acquaint students with electrical measurement techniques: experiments on meters, bridges, and oscilloscopes. Experiments are correlated with course Basic Electrical Engineering and concern: resistive measurements, Kirchhoff's laws, network theorems, conservation of power and maximum power transfer, inductance and capacitance.

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Computer Lab

Students, Faculties have access to the computer lab which provides tools and technologies to communicate via email, access the resources. Microsoft Windows software is available for Word Processing, PPT Presentation, Excel Sheet. This lab is used for various practicals related to software like Keil, Xilinx, Proteus, Multisim, MATLAB etc.

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Power and Instrumentation Laboratory

In this Lab, experiments of subject power electronics, Industrial measurement, Electronic Measurement & Instruments & Control System & PLC are conducted.

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Basic Electronics Laboratory

All basic electronic devices and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices the small electronic circuits can be constructed and checked. In order to introduce the students with basic components of electronics this lab is furnished with advanced CROs, function generators and digital multimeters. Students can perform practical on P-N junction diode, Zener Diode, rectifiers and filters, transistor biasing and their characteristics in different modes, RC coupled amplifiers and FETs.

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Basic Electrical Laboratory

In this Lab, experimental work designed to verify theory and to acquaint students with electrical measurement techniques: experime ...

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Computer Lab

Students, Faculties have access to the computer lab which provides tools and technologies to communicate via email, access the res ...

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Power and Instrumentation Laboratory

In this Lab, experiments of subject power electronics, Industrial measurement, Electronic Measurement & Instruments & Control Syst ...

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courses

Basic Electronics Laboratory

All basic electronic devices and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices the small electronic circ ...

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  • skilled

    Mrs Kulkarni M. M.

    Head of Department

    • M.E. Electronics Engg

      madhura_13@yahoo.co.in

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    Mr. Mahulkar S. S.

    Lecturer

    • M.E. Electronics Engg.(Digital Electronics)

      ssmahulkar@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Mrs. Patil S. S.

    Lecturer

    • ME(VLSI and embedded systems)

      jspolynba@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Mrs Baraskar S. B.

    Lecturer

    • ME(E&TC)

      sanjeevani220282@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Mr. Khillare S. S.

    Lecturer

    • M.Sc.(Mathematics) B.Ed.

      khillare.siddharth@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Mrs. Kakade M. V.

    Lecturer

    • BE(E&TC),ME(DIGITAL ELECTRONICS) PURSUING

      madhuriskale@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Ms. Padalkar P. N.

    Lecturer

    • ME(VLSI and embedded systems)

      preetipadalkar@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Mr. Naikwade A. M.

    Lecturer

    • ME(VLSI and embedded systems)

      naikwade88@gmail.com

  • skilled

    Mr. Dhumal P. N.

    Lecturer

    • ME(VLSI and Embedded Systems)

      pndhumal@gmail.com

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    Mr. Jadhav A. B.

    Lecturer

    • M.A.[English], B.Ed. Ph. D. ( Pursuing )

      ajitbjadhav@gmail.com

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  • To assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organizations providing guidance and training to students to develop better learning skills and personality.

Sr.No. Name of the Committee member Designation
1 Mrs.M.M.Kulkarni, HOD PRESIDENT
2 Mr.M.C.Mahamuni, Activity Coordinator SECRETARY
3 Mr. Datta Landge General Secretory
4 Miss Radha Kadam Ladies Representative
5 Miss Sakshi Bhadale Ladies Representative
6 Mr. Sumant Malgan Treasurer
7 Miss. Pratiksha Gaikwad Cultural Co-ordinator
8 Mr. Atik Pathan Sports Co-ordinator
9 All Students Of TY,SY,FY Members


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The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) founded in 1953 is one of the leading Professional Society in India. With the great vision of founder and subsequent forefathers and stalwarts who were leading light of the Institution IETE, have been devoting and contributing for the advancement of Science and Technology in the fields of Electronics, Communication Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology and other related subjects. The major focus of IETE is to provide engineering education i.e. Degree and Diploma level certifications to younger generation at affordable cost who cannot afford it through regular & private engineering institutions at exorbitant cost. IETE has got two streams of Student base. First wing is the students of alma-mater, IETE, viz, the pass outs of DIPIETE, AMIETE and ALCCS students. For them we have an Alumni Association formed in 2013 and the Second one is the Engineering students studying in Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics across the Country. This wing is the ISF (IETE Students Forum). More than 550 live ISFs are functioning in India today with a student membership of more than 60,000.


  • Improving standard of Engineering Education
  • Counseling the students in the emerging new opportunities
  • Encouraging and motivating the outside Class room studies /Workshops/projects/Seminars
  • Increasing the student base and Corporate membership of IETE

      • To plan, organize Technical Programs, Special Lectures, Workshops, Seminars Symposia, exhibitions for the benefit of students.
      • To provide common platform for students to exchange of ideas in technical topics of interest, e.g. curriculum, employment, higher educational opportunities, emerging trends, etc.
      • To facilitate technical visits, project works, employment, contact with industries and academic institutions.
      • Encourage team spirit and self-reliance among student members.
      • ISFs should be a catalyst for the overall growth in technical and professional skills in young students.

          • Priority for publishing their papers in Journal of Education.
          • Can also subscribe for other publications such as IETE Journal of Research and IETE Technical Review (available online).
          • ISF students are welcome to attend IETE technical programs in India at reduced Regn. fees.
          • ISF member will be issued with an Identity Card.