Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

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To provide excellence in education and public service.
To provide education and to make students entrepreneurs and employable.
To produce skilled technical manpower for the ever changing needs of modern industry.
To enhance ethical and moral values in students for their overall development and well being of the society.

The vision of the Department is to prepare the students for academics as well as for industry in the thrust areas of Electronic devices, Communication, Digital electronics, Microprocessor, Microcontroller, Embedded systems, Measurement and Instrumentation.

The Program Educational Objectives of the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ETCE) of Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Science & Technology intend to produce engineers who will be able to:

ECPEO 1: Apply the fundamental concept of basic science along with the acquired knowledge on the core subjects in Electronics and Communication Engineering and pursue as an engineer and/or consultant and entrepreneur in their area of expertise.
ECPEO 2: Apply their technical ideas in the development of interdisciplinary and innovative systems considering the socio-economic conditions to execute the ideas in a more realistic manner, and to emerge as a competent technologist, educator and/or researcher.
ECPEO 3: to work as a team with professional principles and high standard of ethics and have a successful career in industries or R & D organizations.

After the completion of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (E.T.C.E.) program in Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Science & Technology the diploma holders will be:

PO1: (Engineering knowledge): able to demonstrate the knowledge on basic science and core engineering subjects, and to resolve the complex engineering problems by applying the fundamental knowledge.
PO2: (Problem analysis): able to review earlier research works in their discipline, identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems reaching out with substantiated conclusions with meaningful interpretations.
PO3:(Design/development of solution): able to develop and conduct basic or innovative laboratory experiments, and design systems meeting the specified needs considering the issues of public health and safety, and the cultural, social and environmental factors.
PO4 (Investigation): able to use research-based knowledge and research methods including the development of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide some valid conclusions.
PO5: (Modern tool usage): capable of creating and applying appropriate techniques/ resources and modern engineering tools for the modeling of complex engineering activities with an in-depth understanding of their impact/consequences and limitations.
PO6: (The engineer and society): able to 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.
PO7: (Environment and sustainability): able to understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8 (Ethics): able to apply ethical principles in their work field and fulfill all professional responsibilities and norms.
PO9: (Individual and team work): able to work effectively as an individual and as a member of a team or as a team leader in diverse teams and multidisciplinary settings.
PO10: (Communication): able to 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.
PO11: (Project management and finance): able to 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.
PO12: (Life-long learning): capable of self-education and assessment, and realize the value of life by learning. Moreover, they will be able to appreciate the value of time, and have the ability to engage in independent learning in the wider context of technological improvement.

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (E.T.C.E.) program of Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Science & Technology intend to generate engineers who will be able to:

PSO 1: Investigate specific theoretical and experimental problems in relevance with Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering by applying the fundamental concepts of the basic science in addition to the core engineering subjects.
PSO 2: Design electronic and telecommunication systems using different electronic devices, software and hardware exploiting the analytical concepts of electronics and telecommunication engineering and different computational techniques.
PSO 3: Apply the knowledge of Electronics and Communication Engineering for the benefit of the society, environment, health and work effectively as an individual or as a team to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment with professional ethics.
Course Code:      ETCE/DE/S3

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Know the fundamentals and techniques used in digital electronics.
CO2: Understand the concepts of various number systems, sequential and combinational logic circuit.
CO3: Identify and solve the various problems in digital logic circuits.
CO4: Analyze various memory devices and different data conversion techniques.
CO5: Compare different logic families.

 

Course/SubjectAnalog Electronics I
Course Code:      ETCE/AE I/ S3

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1: Define basics of different semiconductor devices and relate their applications in the implementation of different circuits. (PO2)
CO2:  Explain the basic concept of various devices and circuits.  (PO2, PO3, PO4)
CO3:  Develop different electronic circuits using different active and passive elements.                                                                     (PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5)
CO4:  Examine the circuits to calculate different device or circuit parameters and compare the results with those of the theoretical ones. (PO2, PO3, PO4)
CO5:  Explain the frequency response of single and multi-stage amplifier circuits and evaluate the circuit parameters like, band-width, mid-band gain etc. and build other complex circuits applying the basic knowledge of different electronic devices and circuits. (PO3, PO4, PO5)

 

Course/Subject:  Computer Programming Language
Course Code:      ETCE/ CPGM/ S3

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Define Compiler, Interpreter and Basic Structure of C.
CO2: Illustrate the flowchart and sketch an algorithm for a given problem.
CO3: Develop conditional and iterative statements to write C programs.
CO4: Solve C programs using pointer, arrays, and functions.
CO5: Compare pointer, array and structure.

 

Course/Subject: Electrical Machine
Course Code: ETCE/EM/S3
 
Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1: Know the basic idea and structure of different electrical DC and AC machines that are used in industries, power plants and substations in the likes of DC generators and transformers, induction motors.
CO2: Understand the working principle and the areas of application of the above mentioned electrical machines.
CO3: Apply different concepts and formulae to solve various problems pertaining to electrical machines.
CO4: Analyze these electrical DC and AC machines by utilizing the working principle of these machines and considering their equivalent circuits.
CO5: Compare different DC and AC machines depending upon their working principle and application.

 

Course/Subject: Network Analysis
Course Code: ETCE/NA/S3

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1: Know the definitions of basic electrical quantities, basic rules and laws of electric (dc and ac) circuits and basic principles of electrical machines and basics of Laplace transform and transient response to electrical networks and basics of coupled circuits and filters.
CO2: Understand the concept of networks, its parameters and network theorems, transmission lines, attenuators and equalizers.
CO3: Apply different laws for solving the (dc, ac, coupled, filter) circuit problems.
CO4: Analyze different circuits using different laws and parameters of transmission line.
CO5: Evaluate different circuit parameters using various network theorems.

Course/Subject:  Microprocessor
Course Code:      ETCE/MP/S4

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Know the fundamentals of microprocessors and microcomputers.
CO2: Understand the architecture, organization, functions and uses of 8085, 8086 and the peripherals like 8251, 8253,8255,8257,8259.
CO3: Identify and solve assembly language programming.
CO4: Analyze the concepts of interfacing devices and techniques of microprocessors and peripherals.
CO5: Explain the ideas dealing with advance microprocessors and compare different microprocessors.

 

Course/Subject:  Elementary Communication Engineering.
Course Code:      ETCE/ECE/S4

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Define different types of communication systems.
CO2: Understand different analog modulation and demodulation techniques.
CO3: Identify and solve the basic problems of communication engineering.
CO4: Analyze the ideas dealing with a radio receiver- transmitter circuit and the operation of the system like telephony.
CO5: Compare analog and digital communication and also explain about various digital modulation and demodulation techniques.

 

Course/Subject:  Analog Electronic II
Course Code:      ETCE/AE II/ S4

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course the students will be able to:
1. Know the basics of feedback, feedback amplifiers, tuned amplifiers and coupled circuits considering the effects of noise and their characteristics, basic concept of oscillation (Barkhausen criterion), properties of ideal and practical operational amplifier (OP-AMP), sweep circuits, basics of IC 555 and be familiar with microelectronic technology.
2.  Explain how OP-AMP can be used in realizing different circuits like, adder, subtractor, voltage follower, integrator, differentiator, Schmitt Trigger, Log amplifier, clipper and clamper circuits and how IC 555 can be employed to implement relaxation oscillators, 
3. Develop different circuits using OP-AMP and/or IC 555 as active components.
4. Analyze and record various types of waveforms through the use of applicable measuring instruments and perform essential tests, diagnosis & repair.
5.  Interpret the Interpret or justify the experimental results by comparing them with the theoretical concept.

 

Course/Subject:  Consumer Electronics
Course Code:      ETCE/ CONSUMER/ S4

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Know the fundamentals of microphone, loudspeakers, stereo phonic, CCD, remote control, in consumer electronics.
CO2: Explain   B/W and colour TV circuit, DTH, HDTV, CD player with advance technique MP3 player, DVD unit, plasma LCD Television system and flat panel display.
CO3: Develop different circuits based on the concept of consumer electronics like B/W and colour TV circuit, DTH, HDTV, CD player etc.
CO4: Examine the fault in CD player and equipments.
CO5: Compare NTSC, PAL, and SECAM system.
 

 

Course/Subject:  Development of Life Skills - II
Course Code:      ETCE/ DLS II / S4

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Know the skills to perform at highest degree of quality as an individual as well as a member of core group or team.
CO2: Understand effective presentation and task management techniques.
CO3: Make use of problem-solving skills for a given situation and resolve conflict by appropriate method.
CO4: Analyze the importance of interpersonal relationship to develop leadership traits.
 CO5: Evaluate the importance of enhancing capabilities to manage given task handling people effectively following moral and ethics.

Course/Subject:  Microcontroller and Embedded System
Course Code:      ETCE/MCES/S5

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1: Know about commercial microcontrollers and their various families.
CO2: Demonstrate the architecture, organization and operation of microcontroller.
CO3: Solve assembly language programs using instruction set of 8051 and develop interfacing schemes.
CO4:  Analyze the ideas dealing with embedded system and Robotics.
CO5: Compare microprocessor and microcontroller and design microcontroller based systems.

 

Course/Subject: Digital and Microwave Communication Engg.
Course Code:      ETCE/ DMCE /S5

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1: Define different types of binary modulation techniques and Multiplexing method.
CO2: Understand the concept of RADAR, MTIs and ILS systems and Microwave amplifier.
CO3: Identify and solve the basic problem of Digital Communication link using Parity checking and cyclic redundancy check and apply the ides of GUNN DIODE, IMPATT DIODE.
CO4: Analyze the concepts of propagation of EM wave, EMC.
CO5: Compare different types of Antenna and Waveguide, ASK,FSK, PSK,QPSK,QAM, multiplexing method.

 

Course/Subject: Electronics Measurement
Course Code:      ETCE/EMN/S5

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:

CO1: Know the fundamentals of measurements and instruments.
CO2: Illustrate the concept of measurement of voltage, current, energy, power and understand the working of PMMC meter, electronic voltmeter, multi meter, Impedance Bridge and Q meter.
CO3: Identify and solve the basic problems related to electronics measurement.
CO4: Analyze the ideas dealing with CRO, time and frequency measurement, signal generator, and RF power measurement.
CO5: Explain heterodyne wave analyzer, harmonic distortion analyzer, spectrum analyzer and compare them.

 

Course/Subject:  Industrial Electronics I
Course Code:      ETCE/IE1/ S5

Course outcomes of Industrial Electronics I (ETCE/IE1/ S5)
After the completion of the course the students will be able to:
1. Define different power electronic devices like, power diode, power MOSFET, IGBT, DIAC, TRIAC, GTO SCR and SCS. 
2. Explain the basic characteristics, working principle, protection, heating, cooling and mounting of different power semiconductor devices, and also the functioning of single phase and poly phase half controlled and fully controlled rectifiers.
3. Develop and analyze different electronic circuits like, single phase, poly phase controlled rectifier circuits.
4. Interpret or justify the experimental results by comparing them with the theoretical concept.
5. Design other power electronic circuits by applying the basic concepts on the subject.

 

Course/Subject:  Computer Networking I
Course Code:      ETCE/CNI/S5

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Define OSI and TCP/IP models.
CO2: Explain LAN technologies.
CO3: Organize applications using internet protocols.
CO4: Analyze routing and congestion control algorithms.
CO5: Determine application layer protocols.

Course/Subject:  Advanced Communications Engineering
Course Code:      ETCE/ACE/S6

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Know the fundamentals of satellite communication and optical communication.
CO2: Understand the working principle of modern telephony system.
CO3: Identify the areas of applications related to fiber optics and spread spectrum modulation.
CO4: Analyze optical communication and categorize wireless communication.
CO5:  Develop computer network systems.

 

 

Course/Subject:  Instrumentation and Control
Course Code:      ETCE/IC/S6

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Know the fundamentals of transducers, different measurements, and control engineering.
CO2: Understand and classify measurements of different physical quantities including position, displacement, pressure of force, vibration, and temperature.
CO3: Identify and solve the basic problems of measurement and control engineering.
CO4: Analyze the concepts of signal conditioning system, element behavior including first order and second order control system, and closed loop system.
CO5: Compare different controllers including P, PI, PD, and PID.

 

Course/Subject: Industrial Electronics II
Subject Code: ETCE/IE2/S6
Course Outcome (CO)
After the completion of the course the students will be able to:
1.  Know the basics of different power electronic circuits, e.g., SMPS, UPS, different types of chopper and inverter circuits, constant voltage transformer, speed control of DC and AC induction motors, voltage regulator, cycloconverter, solid state charger, battery charger, and the details of stepper motor (including the classification, construction and applications of stepper motor), solar cell and programmable logic controller (PLC).
2. Demonstrate the operation of SMPS, UPS, different types of chopper and inverter circuits, constant voltage transformer, DC and AC induction motors, voltage regulator, cycloconverter, solid state charger, battery charger and stepper motors.
3. Develop and analyze different power electronic circuits like, SMPS, UPS, battery charger etc.
4. Justify the experimental results by comparing them with the theoretical concept.
5. Design other power electronic circuits by applying the basic concepts on SMPS, UPS, chopper, inverter circuits, constant voltage transformer, DC and AC induction motors, voltage regulator, cycloconverter, solid state charger, battery charger, stepper motor, solar cell and PLC.

 

Course/Subject:  Computer Networking II
Course Code:      ETCE/CNII/S6

Course Outcomes (COs)
After the completion of the course students will be able to:
CO1: Recall the basic concepts and understand the advanced networking concepts.
CO2: Apply the requirements for a given organizational structure and solve for the most appropriate networking architecture and technologies.
CO3: Analyze the issues surrounding Mobile and Wireless Networks.
CO4: Specify and evaluate deficiencies in existing protocols, and then go onto formulate new and better protocols.
 CO5: Design and maintain individual networks.

Faculty Members

Mr. Abhishek Das

Asst. Professor (Head of the Department)

B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience: 9 Years

Ms. Swarnali Guha Roy

Asst. Professor

B.Sc, M.Sc (Electronics), P.hd (THESIS SUBMITTED)

Experience: 8 Years

Mr. Amit Khan

Asst. Professor (Teacher in Charge)

B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience: 5 Years

Mr. Rajdip Laha

Asst. Professor

B.Tech

Experience: 2 Years

Ms. Rupanjali Talapatra

Asst. Professor

M.Tech

2 Years

Ms. Riya Chakraborty

Asst. Professor

M.Tech, B.Tech

2 Years

Ms. Malabika Chatterjee

Asst. Professor

B.Tech

Experience: 7 years

Mr. Tanay Chakraborty

Asst. Professor

B.Tech

1 Year

Admission Procedure

With Valid Jexpo Rank:Candidates Passed or Appear Madhyamik or Equivalent Examination in 2014 (English, Physical Science / Science and Mathematics With Other subject) with minimum 35% in total numbers is eligible here.

Without Jexpo: Candidates Passed or Appear Madhyamik or Equivalent Examination in 2014 (English, Physical Science / Science and Mathematics With Other subject) with minimum 45% in total numbers is eligible here.

Lateral Entry: Admission to the 2nd year of diploma engineering courses will be through a valid rank in VOCLET-2014.

Documents Required

  • Secondary or Equivalent Exam. Admit Card.
  • Secondary or Equivalent Exam Marksheet.
  • Secondary or Equivalent Exam. Certificate.
  • Secondary or Equivalent School Leaving Certificate.
  • JEXPO / VOCLET Rank-Card.
  • JEXPO / VOCLET Admit Card.
  • WBSCTE Allotment Letter.
  • Recent Colour Photo Passport Size (5 Copies).
  • Migration Certificate (except West Bengal Board).
  • Demand Draft of Amount as indicated in Fee Structure (Plus hostel charges, if applying for Hostel accomodation) drawn in favour of Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Science and Technology payable at Kolkata.