Title of the Seminar: Cyber Security and Laws

 Date/Duration: 30/07/2019

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 127

Speaker(s): Advocate Mr. Pankaj Bafna

Designation: Managing Partner at Bafna Law Associate.

Objectives:

With increasing struggle for placements in the competitive world. To give the statics information regarding the need of Cybersecurity Personnel in almost all organizations; guiding new opportunities to students for becoming a Cybersecurity Personnel.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

 The Importance for cyber security in the present digital world was discussed at large. Student were made aware of various laws pertaining to different aspect of cybercrime e.g. Bank Fraud, Sim Swap fraud, Social media defamation etc. Student were made aware about Different career option in this upcoming field.

 

Title of the Workshop: Drone and Aviation with programming

Date/Duration: 4th and 5th April 2019

 Venue: 411

 Number of participants: 40 

Objective: 

Course Content: 

2 days’ workshop covered the following aspects of Drone:

  1. Introduction of Drones
  2. Application of Drones
  3. Types of Drones
  4. Dynamics and Aerial
  5. Stability and control
  6. Motors
  7. Propellers
  8. Battery
  9. Building instructions
  10. Flying instructions
  11. Construction of Drone
  12. Programming of Drone

 

Certificates of participation were allotted to the participants. Exam was conducted for the same, along with that the grade certificates were given to the students based on their performance.

Title of the Seminar: Top 5 trending jobs in cyber security & How to get One

 Date/Duration: 12/03/2019

 Venue: Room No. 407

 Number of participants: 69

Speaker(s): Mrs. Sonal Misal

Designation: Founder & Director

Objectives:

With increasing struggle for placements in the competitive world. To give the statics information regarding the need of Cybersecurity Personnel in almost all organizations; guiding new opportunities to students for becoming a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).

Target Groups: Third and Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

 The various profiles for recruitment under Cybersecurity were discussed among which the 5 most trending ones were Cybersecurity Analyst, Network Engineer, Security Architect, Cybersecurity Manager and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). The objectives behind pursuing the CEH v10 course was explained in detail. Her captivating attitude left an indelible mark on the audience.

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Mission I M POSSIBLE

Date/Duration: 26/09/2018

Venue: Room No. 407

Number of participants: 43

Speaker(s): Mrs. Archana Mantri

Designation: Entrepreneur

Objectives:

The seminar includes following topics:-

Our growth and progress in life is limited, by the thoughts and beliefs we carry in our day to day living. Mission I M P O S S I B L E is a program to prepare budding leaders, to achieve anything which they wish to achieve in their life.

Through a process of reflective conversation the program made the audience aware of the fact that, what we are today is the outcome of our past actions. Continuing with the same actions, will deliver the same results in future.

If we plan to have a better future, it calls for change from within. By thinking and believing differently, things which appear impossible, can be brought in the realms of possibility.

Target Groups: Second year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar the speaker talked about how one can prepare for change on three planes:

  1. Physical – Improving Health and Stress Management
  2. Mental – Creating and Manifesting Change
  3. Emotional – Cultivating healthy relationships which are the foundation for happiness and success in life

At the end of the program, the audience start believing I M  POSSIBLE which is our mission.

 

 

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: The Unbeatable Professional: How to beat yourself keeping the end game in mind

 Date:24/09/18

 Venue: 301

 Number of participants: 60

Speaker(s): Mr Rohan Gawande

Designation: Business Associate, Proexcellous School

Objectives:

The seminar presentation is an important aspect of engineering students to gain more knowledge and strong skills for their brighter career. Points covered in seminar:

1) Who is an Unbeatable Professional?

2) Do you have in it you to be one?

3) What are the tools required to be one?

4) How the set your professional goal?

5)Which are the professions of the future?

6)How to map your journey towards future?

7)How to beat yourself every time?

8)How to reinvent yourself professionally every time?

Target Groups: Third year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

Students acquired :

  • Session of the lifetime before starting your career
  • Will remove all confusion from your mind regarding your career
  • You will know the real skills required to become a true professional
  • You will come out of session with tools to map your career

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Title of the Seminar: Scope of Basic Communication Systems

Date/Duration:6/03/2018

Venue: Room No. 302

Number of participants:79

Speaker(s): Mrs. Amrita Rooperi

Designation: Associate Professor

Objectives:

The seminar presentation is an important aspect of engineering students to gain more knowledge and strong skills for their brighter career. Communication system is a collection of all the components starting from input transducer, transmitter, transmission channel to receiver and finally the output transducer. The detail knowledge of all these components is necessary for the study of any communication system.

Target Groups: Second year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar the speaker talked about the basic blocks involved in a communication system. What are different modulation schemes and which modulation technique should be used for a particular application that was discussed.  The speaker also talked about the different types of antennas used for transmission of a signal and inspired students to do research in this area.

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Title of the Workshop: IOT

Date/Duration: 9th, 11th,12th October 2017

 Venue: 404,411,410

 Number of participants: 64

Objective:

Course Content

  1. Understanding and Introduction to Raspberry Pi 3 (1Hrs)
  • What is SOC?
  • Versions of Raspberry Pi & Their Difference
  • Raspberry Pi 3
  • Basics of Electronics
  • Hardware Description
  • Pin Configuration
  1. OS Installation on SD Card (30Mins)
  • Downloading Image
  • Study Various Operating Systems Available
  • Making SD Card: Formatting and Partitions
  • Raspberry Pi SD Installer
  1. OS Configuration (30Mins)
  • Booting Into Desktop
  • GUI Version
  • CLI Desktop
  • Changing Timezone
  • Other Options
  • Raspi-Config
  • Test
  1. Network Setup (30Mins)
  • Setting Up Using GUI
  • Setting Up Using Command Line
  • Finding Pi’s IP Address
  • Connecting with Wi-Fi/ LAN/ Datacard
  1. GPIO (1hrs)
  • Study GPIO Pins
  • Libraries Using Git
  • Configuring GPIO Pins
  1. Pi using SSH (30Mins)
  • Enabling SSH
  • Logging in using Putty
  • Run Basic Commands
  • Use GPIO
  1. Linux (1Hrs)
  • Understanding Linux
  • File Structure
  • Linux Commands
  • Permissions
  1. Using Python (4Hrs)
  • Understanding Python
  • Interpreted Languages
  • Variables, Keywords, Operators and Operan• Data Types in Python
  • Flow Control
  • Condition Statement
  • Loops
  • Importing Libraries
  • Functions
  • Classes

9.Implementing OOP’s Using C# (3Hrs)

  • Overview to C# contructs

10.Implementing ASP.NET using C# (2Hrs)

  • What Is A Web Service
  • Technologies
  • HTTP
  • Looking At HTTP
  • XML & SOAP
  • WSDL

10.How ASP.NET Web Services Work (3:30 Mins)

  • Consuming Web Services
  • Creating The Web API Project
  • Creating The User Controller
  • Adding Methods
  • Adding Get And Post
  • Testing The API
  • Implementing Put

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For BE EXTC students by Dr. Ameya Naik on 29th September 2017 (Friday, Time: 1.00 pm onwards)
The seminar includes following topics
IMAGE PROCESSING
• Fundamentals of Image Processing
• Image description and representation
• Practical aspects of Image Processing
• Case studies related to Image Processing.
VIDEO PROCESING
• Fundamentals of Video Processing.
• Various aspects to be considered for practical Video Processing
• Case studies related to Video Processing

Industrial Visit Report

On

15th Sep’2017 to Reliance Communication, Ghansoli

 

reliance_IVThere was a visit arranged for TE,EXTC A students for an Industrial visit to Relaince Communication 4G plant in Ghansoli on 15th Sep’2017.

 

Students gained lots of knowledge and awareness regarding recent trends in wireless cellular scenario.4G is the fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology, succeeding 3G. A 4G system must provide capabilities defined by ITU in IMT Advanced.We got into the  in-depth view on the technologies being considered for Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-Advanced). First, the evolution from third generation (3G) to fourth generation (4G) is described in terms of performance requirements and main characteristics. The new network architecture developed by the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), which supports the integration of current and future radio access technologies, is highlighted. Then, the main technologies for LTE-Advanced are explained, together with possible improvements, their associated challenges, and some approaches that have been considered to tackle those challenges.

In all it was a very interactive and knowledgeable trip for all of us.

Faculty Incharge                                                                                             H .O. D

Sweta Jha                                                                                                        Prof.Zainab Mizwan

Darshan Shah

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The seminar includes following topics.
1.Focused on revised syllabus of EDC I
2.Basic concepts and working of semiconductor material, diode, transistor, FET, MOSFET with their applications
3.Troubleshooting of circuits based on basic operation
4.Skill enhancement by considering basic parameters
5.Circuit analysis with examples.

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Prof. Ameya Kadam has conducted the workshop for BE EXTC students on Friday 4th August 2017.
The details of the workshop are as follows.
Duration of the workshop: 6Hours
Timing: 10.00am onwards.-
The workshop includes following topics:
1)Transmission line and Evolvement of Smith Chart.
2)Lumped element matching and Stub matching using Smith Chart.
3)Hands-on ANsoft Designer SV2 (Open Source) for analyzing the matching circuit.

The relevance of the workshop to the subjects in the curriculum:
1) Radio Frequency and Antenna
2) Microwave and Radar Engineering
3) Mini project

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Signals and Systems

Date/Duration: 4th March 2017

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 97

Speaker(s): Mr. Daideepya Bhosale

Designation: Asst. Prof., Universal College, Kaman

Objectives:

Objective of this course that to understand the used of Z transform which is used to convert discrete time Domain into a complex frequency domain where, discrete time domain represents an order of complex or real Numbers. It is generalize form of Fourier Transform, which we get when we generalize Fourier transform and get z transform. The reason behind this is that Fourier transform is not sufficient to converge on all sequence and when we do this thing then we get the power of complex variable theory that we deal with noncontiguous time systems and signals.

 

Target Groups: Second Year Students

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

This transform is used in many applications of mathematics and signal processing. The lists of applications of z transform are:-

-Uses to analysis of digital filters.

-Used to simulate the continuous systems.

-Analyze the linear discrete system.

-Used to finding frequency response.

-Analysis of discrete signal.

-Helps in system design and analysis and also checks the systems stability.

-For automatic controls in telecommunication.

-Enhance the electrical and mechanical energy to provide dynamic nature of the system.

If we see the main applications of z transform than we find that it is analysis tool that analyze the whole discrete time signals and systems and their related issues. If we talk the application areas of

This transform wherever it is used, they are:-

-Digital signal processing.

-Population science.

-Control theory.

-Digital signal processing.

Z-transforms represent the system according to their location of poles and zeros of the system during transfer function that happens only in complex plane. It is closely related to Laplace Transform. Main functionality of this transform is to provide access to transient behavior (transient behavior means changeable) that monitors all states stability of a system or all behavior either static or dynamic. This transform is a generalize form of Fourier transform from a discrete time signals and Laplace transform is also a generalize form of Fourier transform but from continuous time signals.

 

 

RF_extc

For TE EXTC students by Dr. Shilpa kharche on 25th September, 2017 (Monday, Time: 1.00 pm onwards)
The seminar includes following topics
1.Transmission Line Parameters
2.Terminated Transmission Line Parameters
3.Reflection coefficient and VSWR
4.Planer Transmission Line structure
5.Two port S parameter model
6.Open circuit stub, short circuit stub, design examples

Title of the Seminar: Simulating Computer Networks using Cisco packet Tracer

 Date/Duration: 4th February 2017

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 85

Speaker(s): Mr. Yatin Kandalgaonkar

Designation: Senior Executive, Tata communications LTD.(VSNL)

Objectives:

Cisco Packet Tracer is simulation-based learning environment software that allows students to experiment with computer networks behaviors and helps develop their skills such as decision making, critical thinking and problem solving. This software provides a visual simulation of complex networking concepts and configurations and allows students to practice using a command-line interface. These simulation capabilities can help simplify the learning process and other visual representations of internal networking functions, such as real-time dynamic data transfers and packet content expansion. The purpose of this seminar is to present the possibilities and key features of the Packet Tracer software, important for teaching and development of modern computer networks.

 

Target Groups: Third year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

There are various benefits and advantages of using a Packet Tracer in learning basic and advanced concepts of computer networks. Because computer networks can be difficult to understand theoretically, Packet Tracer has lots of features to create various scenario based labs. After doing more practice on a Packet Tracer networking scenarios, students gain lot of confidence to work on real-time networking devices. In this seminar, also some additional tools that can significantly help students to become more familiar with advanced Computer Network topologies were presented.

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar:Control System and Instrumentation

 Date/Duration: 16th  January 2016

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 90

Speaker(s):Mrs. Prasannati Kulkarni

Designation: Asst. Professor, K.C. College of Engineering

Objectives:

This Seminar topic provides an overview of instrument sensors used in process and automatic control. It is useful to anyone studying measurement systems and instrumentation Control System Engineering. An instrumentation system obtains data about a physical system either for the purpose of collecting information about that physical system or for the feedback control of the physical system Control is a broad concept and the following might apply to an automated system such as a robot or to a process control system such as a pneumatic valve controlling the flow of steam in a pipe.

 

Target Groups:Second year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar it was discussed about basic measurement system, basic working principles of a variety of temperature sensors, pressure sensors, variety of speed transducers, variety of flow meters, strain gauges, force gauges At the end of the seminar students should able to acquired following skills:

  • An appreciation of the importance of Control system in day today life
  • An understanding of the different types of transducers, sensors, gauges
  • The importance of process control and Components of control loops

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Digital Signal Processing

 Date/Duration: 6th February -16

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants:92

Speaker(s):Mr. Kiran Bhandari

Designation: Asst. Professor, Thakur College of Engineering

Objectives:

The seminar presentation is an important aspect of engineering students to gain more knowledge and strong skills for their brighter career. Without digital signal processing we would have no mobile phone audio, no laptop audio, no photo shop. We cannot accurately have an ECG without digital signal processing. Half of the world communication and IT industry relies on Digital signal processing. But, it is very difficult to cover various topics in only theory lectures. So, the main objective of the seminar was to make students understand the practical importance of the subject. To make them understand that once you receive an analog signal, you are unable to apply any modern modification techniques to the signal such as filtering, noise cancelling, enhancing, distorting, smoothing or anything without using digital techniques.

Target Groups:  Final  year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar description about the various digital signal processing techniques and its various applications were discussed. And also description about various DSP processors was given. Also a brief on different analog and digital filters was given theoretically and also basics  of MATLAB was taught to the students.

 

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Title of the Seminar: Microwave Engineering and its application.

 Date/Duration: 30th July-16

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 100

Speaker(s):Mrs. Shilpa Kharache

Designation: Asst. professor

Objectives:

The seminar presentation is an important aspect of engineering students to gain more knowledge and strong skills for their brighter career.In the Electromagnetic spectrum, electromagnetic waves above 103 megahertz (1 Gigahertz) up to 300 Gigahertz because of the short physical wavelengths of these frequencies. Microwave engineering is related to the study and design of microwave circuits, components and systems. Microwave engineering played a significant role in developing radar that could accurately locate ships and planes with a focused beam of Electromagnetic Wave (EM) radiation.With the study of microwave engineering, student will be able to understand different properties of Microwaves and will be able to develop different applications related to Microwave.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar description about the Electromagnetic spectrum and microwaves, students come to know different applications of microwave engineering. Also student understand some theories and devices that pertain to this field are antennasradartransmission lines, space based systems (remote sensing), measurements, microwave radiation hazards and safety measures. Students are familiar to the main application of microwave engineering in RADAR and in Antenna design.

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Project Management

 Date/Duration:16th  July 2016

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 95

Speaker(s): Ms. Sonal Waghmare

Designation: Asst. Prof., K.C. college of Engineering, Thane

Objectives:

Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements. The four-year programme tackles technological subjects, providing students with the full professional competencies currently required of telecommunications engineers. Students also have the opportunity to acquire a more in-depth knowledge of some of the technological areas of telecommunications engineering by choosing one of the specialist fields. Strategic planning, management, co-ordination, technical and financial planning of projects in all areas of telecommunications engineering will follow quality and environmental criteria.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

Project management knowledge draws on ten areas:

  1. Integration
  2. Scope
  3. Time
  4. Cost
  5. Quality
  6. Procurement
  7. Human resources
  8. Communications
  9. Risk management
  10. Stakeholder management

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Basics of Antenna Design using IE3D

 Date/Duration: 6th August 2016

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 102

Speaker(s): Mrs. Mamta Kurvey

Designation: Asst. Professor

Objectives:

With the advancement in technology, antenna has become an integral Part of any modern device. So having knowledge of the simulation software and choosing the right one is of utmost important. Therefore, antenna simulation tools have gained popularity in recent years. This tools are based on different numerical techniques. Software for antenna design can be selected based on antenna type and size. Choosing the right technique for solving an antenna problem is important, as choosing the wrong one can either result in incorrect results, or results which take excessively long to compute. For example, ZELAND IE3D is based on MoM solution of integral equation which has an excellent accuracy for frequency domain analysis. However, the interface of IE3D is not quite suitable to include very fine details on the geometry of the structure. Thus, if the structure is simple like rectangular or circular, IE3D would be the best. On the other hand, ZELAND Fidelity, is based on FDTD analysis. It is based on combination of specific geometries. It is also mainly suitable for regular shapes like cylindrical DRA.

Target Groups:

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

ZELAND’s IE3D is one of the most popular computer aided design or engineering software used by manufacturers/designers in the antenna design industry and this is due to the all-round functions a complete IE3D package provides.The software comes with the features needed for circuit 3D Geometry modelling, high capacity electromagnetic design and signal integritymodeling. The features, Tools and functions that make it unique includes:

  • Full automation for repetitive tasks which can lead to major/minor errors. Tasks such as; 3D geometry modelling, meshing and simulation falls under this group.

 

  • It incorporates MoM modelling techniques and also supports designs coming from other 3D EM design software.

 

  • More importantly, the intuitive nature of its workspaces eliminates the need for a user to have extensive knowledge of EM modeling to design a mesh thereby simplifying the entire design process.

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar:  RF Design

 Date/Duration:19th  September 2015

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 90

Speaker(s): Ms. Trupti Patil

Designation:Asst. Professor

Objectives:

The main aim of this seminar is to introduce students with various RF structures such as Transmission Line, Microstip Line, Stripline and design of RF filter and Microstrip patch Antenna.

Target Groups: Third year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar students gained the knowledge about the difference between the circuit design at low frequency and at RF frequency. Also various Antenna Parameters and Scattering parameters e.g Return Loss S11 were discussed . Following skills were also discussed:

SKILLS

  • Ability to discriminate among various RF structures such as Transmission Line, Microstip Line, Stripline on the basis of their construction, modeling, fringing field effect and electrical performance.
  • Ability to discriminate among various antennas based on their Structure and Radiation Pattern.
  • Ability to design microstrip patch antenna and also to optimize the the shape and size of antenna as per the requirement of return loss, Impedance Bandwidth, Antenna Gain.

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Embedded Systems in Automotive Sector

 Date/Duration: 29th August -15

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 83

Speaker(s): Mr Shailesh Jogle

Designation: Project Manager, Hella, Pune

Objectives:

This seminar presentation is an important aspect of engineering students to gain more knowledge and strong skills for their brighter career. With the evolution in the latest technology, it becomes necessary to grasp new knowledge and imply them in their academic field for brighter career opportunities. Detailed Elaboration was given on embedded system design which is implanted in Machatronics too. Knowledge was given to everyone about upcoming projects from all branded Automation companies. Overview was given for implementing of features of car by voice and many more. It will increase scope manifolds. It is required to learn about the recent trends and new upgrading technologies in Automation Sector.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar description about the various Automation Embedded based projects was elaborated, and various applications of new trends were discussed. Description about these recent technologies were done so students can imply that in their academic projects. Students were benefited with ideas and new technologies which is fundamental of emerging trends in Automation Sector.

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Simulation of Analog Electronics Circuit

 Date/Duration: 31st January 2015

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 74

Speaker(s): Ms. Sonia Aneesh

Objectives:

This course is expected to be a very comprehensive supplement to course on Analog Circuits and can be instrumental in stimulating interest and developing aptitude among the participants. Open source simulation platforms like PSPICE or LT-SPICE will be used, so that all participants can carry out the simulations described in the course

Target Groups: SE Students

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

This course has provided a comprehensive design example, utilizing (and building upon) the basic concepts covered in a UG Analog Circuits course. All the essential circuit fundamentals, like-DC biasing, small signal analysis, signal-swing, linearity, noise, frequency-response, single-stage, multi-stage and differential amplifier topologies applied to a practical design example. The required theoretical background was covered in brief, before going towards the circuit design and simulation. The Course covered modules starting from components like basic amplifier topologies, where the basic circuit concepts were demonstrated through simulation.

 

 

 

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

 

Title of the Seminar: Wireless and Mobile Communication

 Date/Duration:18th  Jan 2014

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 42

Speaker(s): Mrs.Sweta Jha

Designation: A.P,TCET

Objectives:

 The main objective of this seminar is to make students aware of recent wireless technologies being used and various mobile communication standards being followed.

Today, the mobile communication is becoming more and more popular. We can see lots of people using mobile phones everywhere, in offices, at home and on the way to work. At the year of 2002, the amount of mobile communication user is even more than fixed phone. The GSM, which stands for Global System for Mobile communications, is the most common used technology. There are more than 1 billion users from over 200 countries in the America, Europe and Asia etc. Although all GSM operators use the same technology, the network is not compatible among some bands.
Besides GSM, there are plenty of technology have been used. For instance, the US and Canada used to use a system known as digital AMPS. Now some other advanced technologies such as GSM have replaced most of the existing networks. Another one is called CDMA, or Code Division Multiple Access. It is first used by the US army. After that, Qualcomm made this technology available for ordinary users. A famous CDMA standard is known as CDMA ONE which is used by the operators from P.R.C and Korea etc. In most area of Asia, another mobile network is market as Personal Access System. It is not commonly used since the weakness on communication. One of the most special standards comes from Japan and is called Personal Digital Cellular. Compared to GSM, this standard has weak connection and lower voice quality.
Everything is developing, the same as mobile communication. All the technologies mentioned above are known as 2G. Today, people are not satisfied with these technologies on account of technical progress. The brilliant scientists have been developing an advanced technology called 3G.

 

 

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar it was discussed about different wireless communication standards which will be helpful in their final year projects related to telecommunications engineering. Following skills were also discussed:

SKILLS

NS2

Matlab

NS3

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Project Management

 Date/Duration:19th  July 2014

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 45

Speaker(s): Mr. Shailesh Jogle

Designation: Project Manager, Hella, Pune.

Objectives:

The main aim of this bachelor’s degree is to train under graduates capable of practicing the regulated profession of telecommunications engineer. The four-year programme tackles technological subjects, providing students with the full professional competencies currently required of telecommunications engineers. Students also have the opportunity to acquire a more in-depth knowledge of some of the classical technological areas of telecommunications engineering by choosing one of the specialist fields. Strategic planning, management, co-ordination, technical and financial planning of projects in all areas of telecommunications engineering will follow quality and environmental criteria.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar it was discussed about general management, technical management and R&D and project management in the field of telecommunications engineering. Following skills were also discussed:

SKILLS

  • Ability to communicate, in a spoken and written manner, the conclusions.
  • Ability to plan, calculate and design products, processes and facilities in all the fields of telecommunications engineering.
  • Capacity for mathematical modeling, calculation and simulation in technological and company engineering centres, particularly in research, development and innovation tasks, in all the fields related to telecommunication engineering and related multidisciplinary fields.
  • Capacity for the development, strategic planning, direction, coordination and technical and economic management of projects, in all fields of telecommunication engineering, in accordance with quality and environmental criteria.
  • Capacity for the general management, technical management and management of research, development and innovation projects in companies and technological centres.
  • Capacity for the implementation, direction and management of electronic and telecommunication system manufacturing projects with guaranteed security for people and goods, the final quality of the products and their authorization.
  • Capacity to apply the acquired knowledge and to resolve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader and multidisciplinary contexts, being able to integrate this knowledge.
  • Capacity to apply the principles of the economy and the management of human resources and projects, as well as the legislation, regulation and standardization of telecommunications.
  • Capacity to lead, plan and supervise multidisciplinary teams.
  • Capacity to manage telecommunication system works and facilities, complying with the current legislation and ensuring quality of service.
  • Capacity to understand the ethical responsibility and professional deontology of the activity of the profession of telecommunications engineer.
  • Knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the necessary legislation in the exercise of the profession of Telecommunications Engineer.
  • To possess skills for continuous, self-directed and autonomous learning.

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: Project Management

 Date/Duration: 18th July 2015

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 45

Speaker(s): Mrs.Vanita Jogle

Designation: Project Lead, KPIT, Pune.

Objectives:

The main aim of this bachelor’s degree is to train under graduates capable of practicing the regulated profession of telecommunications engineer. The four-year programme tackles technological subjects, providing students with the full professional competencies currently required of telecommunications engineers. Students also have the opportunity to acquire a more in-depth knowledge of some of the classical technological areas of telecommunications engineering by choosing one of the specialist fields. Strategic planning, management, co-ordination, technical and financial planning of projects in all areas of telecommunications engineering will follow quality and environmental criteria.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar it was discussed about general management, technical management and R&D and project management in the field of telecommunications engineering. Following skills were also discussed:

SKILLS

  • Capacity for mathematical modeling, calculation and simulation in technological and company engineering centres, particularly in research, development and innovation tasks, in all the fields related to telecommunication engineering and related multidisciplinary fields.
  • Capacity for the development, strategic planning, direction, coordination and technical and economic management of projects, in all fields of telecommunication engineering, in accordance with quality and environmental criteria.
  • Capacity for the general management, technical management and management of research, development and innovation projects in companies and technological centres.
  • Capacity for the implementation, direction and management of electronic and telecommunication system manufacturing projects with guaranteed security for people and goods, the final quality of the products and their authorization.
  • Capacity to apply the principles of the economy and the management of human resources and projects, as well as the legislation, regulation and standardization of telecommunications.
  • Capacity to lead, plan and supervise multidisciplinary teams.
  • Knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the necessary legislation in the exercise of the profession of Telecommunications Engineer.
  • To possess skills for continuous, self-directed and autonomous learning.

 

Narrative Report of Seminar

Title of the Seminar: VLSI  Design

 Date/Duration:17th  January 2015

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 70

Speaker(s): Mrs.Sheetal Mahadik

Designation: Asst. Professor, PVPP, Sion

Objectives:

The objective of this seminar is to help students develop in-depth analytical and design capabilities in digital CMOS circuits and chips. The development of VLSI chips requires an interdisciplinary team of architects, logic designers, circuit and layout designers, packaging engineers, test engineers, and process device engineers. Also essential are the computer aids for design automation and optimization. Thus, the ability to understand, analyze and design such systems has become an indispensable skill that EXTC engineers must have. With this skill they will be able to acquire more sustainable employment and help to become an even stronger competitor in the global marketplace, which is undergoing a fundamental transformation to knowledge-based industries.

Target Groups:  Third year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

MOS transistors; CMOS logic; circuit representations; NMOS and PMOS transistor theory; CMOS processing technology; layout design rules; process parameterization; Circuit characterization and performance estimation; power consumption; CMOS logic structures; Clocking strategies; Data-path design; Programmable logic arrays; VLSI physical design; and system case studies such as a pixel graphic engine, 32 –bit CPU and self-routing switching networks.

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Title of the Seminar: Antenna Designing using FEKO    1st March 2014

 Date/Duration: 1st March 2014

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 53

Speaker(s): Ms. Trupti Patil

Objectives:

With the advancement in technology, antenna has become an integral Part of any modern device. So having knowledge of the simulation software and choosing the right one is of utmost important. Therefore, antenna simulation tools have gained popularity in recent years. This tools are based on different numerical techniques. Software for antenna design can be selected based on antenna type and size. Choosing the right technique for solving an antenna problem is important, as choosing the wrong one can either result in incorrect results, or results which take excessively long to compute. For e.g.  FEKO has two main solvers, one is based on MoM and another based on GTD. The part of FEKO which is based on GTD cannot be replaced by Zeland, HFSS or CST because it is mainly suitable for large structures like reflector antennas. In conclusion, a good designer should be able to use different CAD tools with deep understand of limits of their numerical techniques and modeling interface.

Target Groups:

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

FEKO is a comprehensive computer aided engineering software that can be used for electromagnetic simulations using the latest techniques in the field of computational electromagnetics.

FEKO is designed to provide solutions for a wide range of electromagnetic problems emanating from diverse industries that make use of Antenna, filters and any tool that uses time/frequency calculations. This 3D EM tool can also work seamlessly with other antenna synthesis tools to design accurate antenna systems.

It functions and features include:

  • The numerical methods it employs—MoM, FDTD—is fully equipped to handle the analysis of horns, micro strip antennas, radiation pattern analysis, and diverse EMC problems etc.
  • It is equipped with post-processing features that simplifies the task of editing and visualizations. Tools such as 2D/3D views, plotting 2D and 3D models and exporting designed files in different formats etc.
  • FEKO is equipped with certain CAD import and export features which allows for the use of external files from other CAD platforms.

 

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Title of the Seminar: Mobile Communication and its recent Trends

 Date/Duration: 2nd August 2014

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 48

Speaker(s): Mrs.Vanita Jogle

Designation: Project Manager, KPIT, Pune.

Objectives:

The seminar presentation is an important aspect of engineering students to gain more knowledge and strong skills for their brighter career. With the evolution of the mobile communication, thus it is necessary to learn and get along with its increasing scope manifolds. Mobile is now a part of our everyday life, today’s world is coming up with new technological advancements every day. These new developments are done by the engineers turned scientists. In bringing their own thoughts in the world’s next brilliant technological advancement and this path can be achieved by producing quality Electronics & Communication Engineers. In-depth knowledge is required for such tasks and this further can be helpful to excel in their career. It is required to learn about the recent trends in Mobile communication.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar description about the various wireless mobile technologies, and various applications of 4G mobile communication as well as the LTE (Long Term Evolution) were discussed. And also description about various networks were discussed which are  used in 4G, such as MIMO and OFDMA Evolution, in that discussion  about FDMA,TDMA & CDMA was done. The Security, Quality of Service in 4G was discussed. The challenges that 4G faces and their up-to-date solutions were described.

 

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Title of the Seminar: EDC

 Date/Duration:21th  August  2013

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 49

Speaker(s): Mrs.Dipti Kale

Designation: Asst. Prof. , Viva Institute of Technology.

Objectives:

The main aim of this bachelor’s degree is to train under graduates capable of design electronic circuits. Students have to learn the principles of circuit analysis and design, the basic concepts and characteristics of the electronic devices and circuits. To learn the basics of methods of measuring physical quantity, and operation principles for measurement equipment, which is relevant to their field of study. Students have to understand how the main electronic circuits and devices work & circuit analysis with electronic devices

Target Groups: Second year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar it was discussed about different type of devices, their construction & working with its applications in the field of telecommunications engineering. Following skills were also discussed:

SKILLS

  • Ability to understand the concept of theoretical knowledge.
  • To understand characteristics and working principles of basic electronic devices and their applications in electronic circuits.
  • The knowledge of various devices acquired by the students will help them to design & test electronic circuits.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair electronic circuits in all the fields of telecommunications engineering.
  • Ability to learn circuit design and drawing methods, and how to design various types of equipment, systems and devices used in the field of electronics and communication engineering. They learn the laws, regulations and facility management rules necessary for the development and design of equipment and acquisition of qualifications so that they can explain their key points.
  • Capacity for building a small and a simple project, related to power supplies (regulated/unregulated), rectifier circuits, transistor, filters and amplifiers etc.
  • Capacity for the development technical and economic projects, in all fields of telecommunication engineering, in accordance with choosing good quality instuments.
  • Capacity for tackling difficulties and problems faced when building a larger complex hardware project.
  • Capacity to handle innovation projects in companies and technological centers with guaranteed security for people and goods, the final quality of the electronics devices.

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Title of the Seminar: Automation Testing: Process and Tools

 Date/Duration: 17th  August 2013

 Venue: Seminar Hall

 Number of participants: 40

Speaker(s): Mr. Pritesh Shah

Designation: Business Analysts, TCS, Thane.

Objectives:

This seminar is for the students who would like to understand the testing framework in detail along with its types, methods, and levels. It provides enough ingredients to start with the software testing process from where you can take yourself to higher levels to expertise.

Target Groups: Final year students.

Knowledge acquired by the seminar:

In this seminar it was discussed about general management, technical management and R&D and project management in the field of telecommunications engineering. Following skills were also discussed:

SKILLS

  • Overview of testing which includes what is testing, who does it, when to start and when to stop testing.
  • What is difference between QA (quality assurance), QC (quality control) and testing?
  • Types of testing-Manual Testing and automation testing.
  • Automation Testing-What to automate, When to automate.
  • Software Testing Tools-HP quick Test Professional and Load Runner.
  • Testing Methods-Black Box, White Box and grey Box testing.
  • Testing Levels-Functional, Unit, Integration, System, Regression, Acceptance, Usability, Security.
  • Test Documents-Test plan, Test scenario, Test case and Traceability Matrix.