E & TC Engineering

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Electronics aims at making the life of human beings comfortable. Communication connects people and brings them together. The vast application of electronics and the rapid advancements in the field of communications makes the study of this branch a covered option. The department’s teaching areas include network, microprocessor, communications, signal and image processing, pattern recognition, electronic circuits, solid-state electronics, microwave electronics, system and control, electronics, VLSI, CAD, parallel and distributed processing and wireless communication.

Keeping in line with fast changing technological developments, the department has well designed laboratories with modern equipments like Spectrum Analyzer, Logic Analyzer, DSO and advanced software’s like MATLAB, Proteus, Cadence, to incorporate all advancements in existing and emerging technologies. The state-of-the-art laboratories complement the high standards set by the competitive syllabus and nurture the inclination of the students towards research and development, besides giving them the necessary and sufficient backing of practical knowledge that they need.



  • To excel in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering so as to create competent professionals focusing on the needs of industry and society with processional ethics.


  • To empower competent graduates for applying knowledge and skill sets to face global challenges and societal needs by achieving excellence in innovation.
  • To provide a platform for budding graduates to apply and solve real life problems using cutting edge technologies through their creative abilities aimed at fulfilling the needs of society and industry.
  • To cultivate ethical values in graduates for their Internationalisation.

Program Educational Objectives

  • Graduates will exhibit knowledge in Mathematics, Engineering fundamentals, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and related fields for professional achievement in industry and organisation.
  • Graduates will have thorough knowledge in Electronics and Tele-communication Engineering to innovate, design and develop modern Electronic systems.
  • Graduates will be able to identify, analyze and apply Engineering concepts for design of Electronics and Telecommunication Systems to meet existing requirements of Industry.
  • Graduates will preserve intellectual inquisitiveness in professional career through lifelong learning, adapt to evolving technology, work in multidisciplinary area to design innovative products and become entrepreneurs.
  • Graduates will be able to function with leadership qualities, team spirit, managerial skills, attitude and ethics needed for successful career and entrepreneurship for the betterment of industry and society.

Program Outcomes

  • Engineering knowledge: The subtitles first letter should be in capital letters for eg. Engineering Knowledge, Problem Analysis, Design/Development of Solutions.
  • Problem analysis: Graduates will identify, formulate and analyze complex problems in real world using principles of science and engineering
  • Design/Development of Solutions : Graduates will design system component to satisfy the desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health, safety and sustainability.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will conduct experiments, analyze and interpret experimental results pertaining to Electronic systems.
  • Modern tool usage: Graduates will apply techniques, skills, modern electronic systems and computer aided software tools necessary for solving electronics and telecommunication engineering problems.
  • The engineer and society: Graduates will exhibit awareness of existing engineering problems.
  • Environment and sustainability: Graduates will understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • Ethics: Graduates will understand and apply professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Individual and team work: Graduates will identify the areas of interest and functions as an individual and as a member or leader in multidisciplinary teams.
  • Communication: Graduates will communicate facts successfully with people in engineering domain and effectively design and prepare documents and reports.
  • Project management and finance: Graduates will demonstrate the understanding of management principles as applied to the specified work and apply this knowledge to manage the projects as a member and leader in a team.
  • Life-long learning: Graduates will acquire knowledge of contemporary issues and recognize the need for life-long learning.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • PSO1: Professional Skills: An ability to design and implement complex systems in emerging sectors like embedded, Microelectronics and Advanced Communication Systems.
  • PSO2: Problem-Solving Skills: An ability to apply Engineering knowledge to solve real time problems using modern hardware and software tools and to work in team with ethical and social responsibility.
  • PSO3: Successful Career and Entrepreneurship: An ability to make use of acquired technical knowledge for exploring employment opportunities and qualifying in various competitive examinations.

 Class: Second Year Engineering (SE) 2019 Pattern
Semester: I
Subject: Engineering Mathematics III
Subject Code: 207005

CO1 Solve higher order linear differential equation using appropriate techniques for modeling, analyzing of electrical circuits and control systems.
CO2 Apply concept of Fourier transform & Z-transform and its applications to continuous & discrete systems, signal & image processing and communication systems.
CO3 Obtain Interpolating polynomials, numerically differentiate and integrate functions, numerical solutions of differential equations using single step and multi-step iterative methods used in modern scientific computing.
CO4 Perform vector differentiation & integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to electro- magnetic fields & wave theory.
CO5 Analyze Complex functions, Conformal mappings, Contour integration applicable to electrostatics, digital filters, signal and image processing

Subject: Electronic Circuits
Subject Code: 204181

CO1 Assimilate the physics, characteristics and parameters of MOSFET towards its application as amplifier.
CO2 Design MOSFET amplifiers, with and without feedback, & MOSFET oscillators, for given specifications.
CO3 Analyze and assess the performance of linear and switching regulators, with their variants, towards applications in regulated power supplies.
CO4 Explain internal schematic of Op-Amp and define its performance parameters.
CO5 Design, Build and test Op-amp based analog signal processing and conditioning circuits towards various real time applications.
CO6 Understand and compare the principles of various data conversion techniques and PLL with their applications.

Subject: Digital Circuits
Subject Code: 204182

CO1 Identify and prevent various hazards and timing problems in a digital design.
CO2 Use the basic logic gates and various reduction techniques of digital logic circuit.
CO3 Analyze, design and implement combinational logic circuits.
CO4 Analyze, design and implement sequential circuits.
CO5 Differentiate between Mealy and Moore machines.
CO6 Analyze digital system design using PLD.

Subject: Electrical Circuits
Subject Code: 204183

CO1 Analyze the simple DC and AC circuit with circuit simplification techniques.
CO2 Formulate and analyze driven and source free RL and RC circuits.
CO3 Formulate & determine network parameters for given network and analyze the given network using Laplace Transform to find the network transfer function.
CO4 Explain construction, working and applications of DC Machines / Single Phase & Three Phase AC Motors.
CO5 Explain construction, working and applications of special purpose motors & understand motors used in electrical vehicles
CO6 Analyze and select a suitable motor for different applications.

Subject: Data Structures
Subject Code: 204184

CO1 Solve mathematical problems using C programming language.
CO2 Implement sorting and searching algorithms and calculate their complexity.
CO3 Develop applications of stack and queue using array.
CO4 Demonstrate applicability of Linked List.
CO5 Demonstrate applicability of nonlinear data structures – Binary Tree with respect to its time complexity.
CO6 Apply the knowledge of graph for solving the problems of spanning tree and shortest path algorithm.

Semester: II
Subject: Signals & Systems
Subject Code: 204191

CO1 Identify, classify basic signals and perform operations on signals
CO2 Identify, Classify the systems based on their properties in terms of input output relation and in terms of impulse response and will be able to determine the convolution between to signal
CO3 Analyze and resolve the signals in frequency domain using Fourier series and Fourier Transform
CO4 Resolve the signals in complex frequency domain using Laplace Transform, and will be able to apply and analyze the LTI systems using Laplace Transforms
CO5 Define and Describe the probability, random variables and random signals. Compute the probability of a given event, model, compute the CDF and PD
CO6 Compute the mean, mean square, variance and standard deviation for given random variables using PDF

Subject: Control Systems
Subject Code: 204192

CO1 Determine and use models of physical systems in forms suitable for use in the analysis and design of control systems.
CO2 Determine the (absolute) stability of a closed-loop control system
CO3 Perform time domain analysis of control systems required for stability analysis.
CO4 Perform frequency domain analysis of control systems required for stability analysis.
CO5 Apply root-locus, Frequency Plots technique to analyze control systems
CO6 Express and solve system equations in state variable form.
CO7 Differentiate between various digital controllers and understand the role of the controllers in Industrial automation.

Subject: Principles of Communication Systems
Subject Code: 204193

CO1 To compute & compare the bandwidth and transmission power requirements by analyzing time and frequency domain spectra of signal required for modulation schemes under study
CO2 Describe and analyze the techniques of generation, transmission and reception of Amplitude Modulation Systems.
CO3 Explain generation and detection of FM systems and compare with AM systems.
CO4 Exhibit the importance of Sampling Theorem and correlate with Pulse Modulation technique (PAM, PWM, and PPM)
CO5 Characterize the quantization process and elaborate digital representation techniques (PCM, DPCM, DM and ADM).
CO6 Illustrate waveform coding, multiplexing and synchronization techniques and articulate their importance in baseband digital transmission.

Subject: Object Oriented Programming
Subject Code: 204194

CO1 Describe the principles of object oriented programming.
CO2 Apply the concepts of data encapsulation, inheritance in C++.
CO3 Understand Operator overloading and friend functions in C++.
CO4 Apply the concepts of classes, methods inheritance and polymorphism to write programs C++.
CO5 Apply Templates, Namespaces and Exception Handling concepts to write programs in C++.
CO6 Describe and use of File handling in C++.

Subject: Employability Skills Development
Subject Code: 204199

CO1 Define personal and career goals using introspective skills and SWOC assessment. Outline and evaluate short-term and long-term goals.
CO2 Develop effective communication skills (listening, reading, writing, and speaking), self- management attributes, problem solving abilities and team working & building capabilities in order to fetch employment opportunities and further succeed in the workplace
CO3 Be a part of a multi-cultural professional environment and work effectively by enhancing inter-personal relationships, conflict management and leadership skills.
CO4 Comprehend the importance of professional ethics, etiquettes & morals and demonstrate sensitivity towards it throughout certified career.
CO5 Develop practically deployable skill set involving critical thinking, effective presentations and leadership qualities to hone the opportunities of employability and excel in the professional environment.

Subject: Data Analytics Lab
Subject Code: 204198

CO1 To introduce to students fundamentals of data science.
CO2 To introduce to students various Python packages related to data science.
CO3 To make student write Python programs related to data sequences using NumPy and Pandas.
CO4 To make student write Python programs related to data frames using NumPy and Pandas.

Class: Third Year Engineering (TE) 2019 Pattern
Semester: I
Subject: Digital Communication
Subject Code: 304181

CO1 Apply the statistical theory for describing various signals in a communication system.
CO2 Understand and explain various digital modulation techniques used in digital communication systems and analyze their performance in presence of AWGN noise.
CO3 Describe and analyze the digital communication system with spread spectrum modulation.
CO4 Analyze a communication system using information theoretic approach.
CO5 Use error control coding techniques to improve performance of a digital communication system.

Subject: Electromagnetic Field Theory
Subject Code: 304182

CO1 Apply the basic electromagnetic principles and determine the fields (E & H) due to the given source.
CO2 Apply boundary conditions to the boundaries between various media to interpret behavior of the fields on either sides.
CO3 State, Identify and Apply Maxwell’s equations (integral and differential forms) in both the forms (Static, time-varying or Time-harmonic field) for various sources, Calculate the time average power density using Poynting Theorem, Retarded magnetic vector potential.
CO4 Formulate, Interpret and solve simple uniform plane wave (Helmholtz Equations) equations, and analyze the incident/reflected/transmitted waves at normal incidence.
CO5 Interpret and Apply the transmission line equation to transmission line problems with load impedance to determine input and output voltage/current at any point on the Transmission line, Find input/load impedance, input/load admittance, reflection coefficient, SWR, Vmax/Vmin, length of transmission line using Smith Chart.
CO6 Carry out a detailed study, interpret the relevance and applications of Electromagnetics.

Subject: Database Management
Subject Code: 304183

CO1 Ability to implement the underlying concepts of a database system
CO2 Design and implement a database schema for a given problem-domain using data model.
CO3 Formulate, using SQL/DML/DDL commands, solutions to a wide range of query and update problems.
CO4 Implement transactions, concurrency control, and be able to do Database recovery.
CO5 Able to understand various Parallel Database Architectures and its applications.
CO6 Able to understand various Distributed Databases and its applications.

Subject: Microcontrollers
Subject Code: 304184

CO1 Understand the fundamentals of microcontroller and programming.
CO2 Interface various electronic components with microcontrollers.
CO3 Analyze the features of PIC 18F XXXX.
CO4 Describe the programming details in peripheral support.
CO5 Develop interfacing models according to applications.
CO6 Evaluate the serial communication details and interfaces.

Subject: Computer Networks (Elective – I)
Subject Code: 304185 (D)

CO1 Design LAN using appropriate networking architecture, topologies, transmission media, and networking devices.
CO2 Understand the working of controlling techniques for flawless data communication using data link layer protocols.
CO3 Learn the functions of network layer, various switching techniques and internet protocol addressing.
CO4 Explore various interior and exterior, unicasting and multicasting protocols.
CO5 Analyze data flow using TCP/UDP Protocols, congestion control techniques for QoS.
CO6 Illustrate the use of protocols at application layer.

Subject: Skill Development
Subject Code: 304190

CO1 Student should recognize the need to engage in independent and life-long learning in required skill sets
CO2 Student needs to experience the impact of industries on society by visiting different industries and understand the importance of industrial products for analog and digital circuits and systems.
CO3 Student has to make use of the modern electronic and IT Engineering Tools and Technologies for solving electronic engineering problems.
CO4 Student would be able to communicate effectively at different technical and administrative levels.
CO5 Student will exhibit leadership skills both as an individual and as a member in a team in multidisciplinary environment.

Semester: II
Subject: Cellular Networks
Subject Code: 304192

CO1 Understand fundamentals of wireless communications.
CO2 Discuss and study OFDM and MIMO concepts.
CO3 Elaborate fundamentals mobile communication.
CO4 Describes aspects of wireless system planning.
CO5 Understand of modern and futuristic wireless networks architecture.
CO6 Summarize different issues in performance analysis.

Subject: Project Management
Subject Code: 304193

CO1 Apply the fundamental knowledge of project management for effectively handling the projects.
CO2 Identify and select the appropriate project based on feasibility study and undertake its effective planning.
CO3 Assimilate effectively within the organizational structure of project and handle project management related issues in an efficient manner.
CO4 Apply the project scheduling techniques to create a Project Schedule Plan and accordingly utilize the resources to meet the project deadline.
CO5 Identify and assess the project risks and manage finances in line with Project Financial Management Process.
CO6 Develop new products assessing their commercial viability and develop skillsets for becoming successful entrepreneurs while being fully aware of the legal issues related to Product development and Entrepreneurship.

Subject: Power Devices & Circuits
Subject Code: 304194

CO1 To differentiate based on the characteristic parameters among SCR, GTO, MOSFET & IGBT and identify suitability of the power device for certain applications and understand the significance of device ratings.
CO2 To design triggering / driver circuits for various power devices.
CO3 To evaluate and analyze various performance parameters of the different converters and its topologies.
CO4 To understand significance and design of various protections circuits for power devices.
CO5 To evaluate the performance of uninterruptible power supplies, switch mode power supplies and battery.
CO6 To understand case studies of power electronics in applications like electric vehicles, solar systems etc.

Subject: Digital Image Processing (Elective – II)
Subject Code: 304195 (A)

CO1 Apply knowledge of mathematics for image understanding and analysis.
CO2 Implement spatial domain image operations.
CO3 Design and realize various algorithms for image segmentation.
CO4 Design and realize various algorithms for image Compression.
CO5 Apply restoration to remove noise in the image.
CO6 Describe the object recognition system.

Subject: Internship
Subject Code: 304199

CO1 To develop professional competence through internship.
CO2 To apply academic knowledge in a personal and professional environment.
CO3 To build the professional network and expose students to future employees
CO4 Apply professional and societal ethics in their day to day life.
CO5 To become a responsible professional having social, economic and administrative considerations.
CO6 To make own career goals and personal aspirations

Subject: Mini Project
Subject Code: 304200

CO1 Understand, plan and execute a Mini Project with team.
CO2 Implement electronic hardware by learning PCB artwork design, soldering techniques, testing and

troubleshooting etc.

CO3 Prepare a technical report based on the Mini project
CO4 Deliver technical seminar based on the Mini Project work carried out.

Subject: Embedded Processors (Elective – II)
Subject Code: 304195 (D)

CO1 To develop professional competence through internship.
CO2 To apply academic knowledge in a personal and professional environment.
CO3 To build the professional network and expose students to future employees.
CO4 Apply professional and societal ethics in their day to day life.
CO5 To become a responsible professional having social, economic and administrative considerations
CO6 To make own career goals and personal aspirations.

Class: Final Year Engineering (BE) 2019 Pattern
Semester: I
Subject: Radiation and Microwave Theory
Subject Code: 404181

CO1 Apply the fundamentals of electromagnetic to derive free space propagation equation and distinguish various performance parameters of antenna.
CO2 Identify various modes in the waveguide. Compare: coaxial line, rectangular waveguides & striplines and identify applications of the same.
CO3 Explore construction and working of principles passive microwave devices/components.
CO4 Explore construction and working of principles active microwave devices/components.
CO5 Analyze the structure, characteristics, operation, equivalent circuits and applications of various microwave solid state active devices.
CO6 Know the various microwave systems, device set ups of microwave measurement devices and Identify the effect of radiations on environmental sustainability.

Subject: VLSI Design and Technology
Subject Code: 404182

CO1 Develop effective HDL codes for digital design.
CO2 Apply knowledge of real time issues in digital design.
CO3 Model digital circuit with HDL, simulate, synthesis and prototype in PLDs.
CO4 Design CMOS circuits for specified applications.
CO5 Analyze various issues and constraints in design of an ASIC.
CO6 Apply knowledge of testability in design and Build In Self Test (BIST) circuit.

Subject: Cloud Computing
Subject Code: 404183

CO1 Differentiate various performance parameters of radiating elements.
CO2 Analyze various radiating elements and arrays.
CO3 Apply the knowledge of waveguide fundamentals in design of transmission lines.
CO4 Design and set up a system consisting of various passive microwave components.
CO5 Analyze tube based and solid state active devices along with their applications.
CO6 Measure various performance parameters of microwave components

Subject: Modernized IoT (Elective – III)
Subject Code: 404184 (E)

CO1 Comprehend and analyze concepts of sensors, actuators, IoT and IoE.
CO2 Interpret IoT Architecture Design Aspects.
CO3 Comprehend the operation of IoT protocols.
CO4 Describe various IoT boards, interfacing, and programming for IoT.
CO5 Illustrate the technologies, Catalysts, and precursors of IIoT using suitable use cases.
CO6 Provide suitable solution for domain specific applications of IoT.

Subject: Electronics Product Design
Subject Code: 404185 (B)

CO1 Understand and explain design flow of design of electronics product.
CO2 Associate with various circuit design issues and testing.
CO3 Inferring different software designing aspects and the Importance of product test & test specifications.
CO4 Summarizing printed circuit boards and different parameters.
CO5 Estimating assorted product design aspects.
CO6 Exemplifying special design considerations and importance of documentation.

Subject: Project Phase – I
Subject Code: 404188

CO1 Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge in field of E&TC in the form of project.
CO2 Undertake real life problem identification, formulation and solution.
CO3 Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systematic approach.
CO4 Demonstrate the knowledge, effective communication skills and attitudes as professional engineer.

Semester: II
Subject: Fiber Optic Communication
Subject Code: 404190

CO1 Explain the working of components and measurement equipments in optical fiber networks.
CO2 Calculate the important parameters associated with optical components used in fiber optic telecommunication systems.
CO3 Compare and contrast the performance of major components in optical links.
CO4 Evaluate the performance viability of optical links using the power and rise time budget analysis.
CO5 Design digital optical link by proper selection of components and check its viability using simulation tools.
CO6 Compile technical information related to state of art components, standards, simulation tools and current technological trends by accessing the online resources to update their domain knowledge.

Subject: Mobile Computing (Elective – V)
Subject Code: 404191 (E)

Subject: Digital Marketing (Elective – VI)
Subject Code: 404192 (D)Subject: Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Subject Code: 404193Subject: Digital Business Management
Subject Code: 404194

Distinguished Alumni

A.Y 2023-2024

Sr. No. Designation in Association Name of the Student
1 President Pranav Chopade
2 Vice President Nishad Desahmukh
3 Treasure Yash Ingale

A.Y 2022-2023

Sr. No. Designation in Association Name of the Student
1 President Pooja Khairnar
2 Vice President Rushikesh Dhavale
3 Treasure Kaushal Lamhge

A.Y 2021-2022

Sr. No. Designation in Association Name of the Student
1 President Karan Kishor Ugale
2 Vice President Priti  Chavanke
3 Treasure Sunil Subhash Medhe

A.Y 2020-2021

Sr. No. Designation in Association Name of the Student
1 President Kanchan Borase
2 Vice President Swapnil Chaugule
3 Treasure Pooja Rajput

A.Y 2019-2020

Sr. No. Designation in Association Name 0f the Student
1 President Nayan Sabale
2 Vice President Pratiksha Patil
3 Treasure Karan S. Asawa

A.Y 2018-2019

Sr. No. Designation in Association Name of the Student
1 President Ishwar Tupe
2 Vice President Arti Kothule
3 Treasure Rohit Jathar