Department Of Electronics And Communication.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


INTRODUCTION:

Department of Electronics and Communication incepted in year 2010 with students intake of 45.Course is three years full time having six semesters with minimum admission eligibility of Class X pass or Class XII pass in Science stream for later entry direct into 2nd year. Course is approved by AICTE and certified by ISO 9001:2008.Certificate).Department has competent and experienced faculties with various expertise in core subjects. Students have been given State of art facility to groom them in all recent and upcoming trends in technology. Revised and industry oriented curriculum developed under the consultancy of National Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR) Kolkata is implemented and the delivery is in English medium. Students are sent for three industrial visits during course duration and have to execute three projects. Department conducts Seminar,Workshop,Guest Lecture and other activities periodically to update students on various upcoming trends in technology. Academic functioning of department is governed by Course In charge (CIC).


DEPARTMENT VISION : To build a department of global repute for providing technical ability and professional skills in the field of Electronics & Communication Engineering.
Vision Statement:
"To build a department of global repute for providing technical ability and professional skills in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering"

DEPARTMENT MISSION:
M1: To inculcate technical knowledge and professional skills through contemporary curriculum, effective learning with continuous evaluation.
M2: To provide exposure of modern engineering tools and current engineering practices.
M3: To serve the people of state and nation by providing quality education embedded with all round development.


DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


Sl.N PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)
1 Basic Knowledge : An ability to apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering to solve the engineering problems
2 Discipline knowledge: An ability to apply discipline - specific knowledge to solve core and / or applied engineering problems.
3 Experiments and practice : An ability to plan and perform experiments and practices and to use the results to solve engineering problems
4 Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate technologies and tools with an understanding of the limitations.
5 The Engineering and society: Demonstrate Knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice
6 Environment and sustainability : understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development
7 Ethics : Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice
8 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual ,and as a member or leader in diverse/multidisciplinary teams
9 Communication: An ability to communicate effectively
10 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.
Sl.N PROGRAM EFFECTIVE OUTCOME (PEO)
1 To acquire with a strong foundation in basic science and mathematics and apply the knowledge in electronics & communication Engineering ,higher studies,R&D and scientific research
2 To develop the ability to design ,troubleshoot,analyse,calibrate,measure,demonstrate and necessary modification in the fields of Electronics and Communication Engineering
3 To Acquire the multidisciplinary skill in academic and co-curriculum activities in pace with the modern science & Technology
4 Global competence in professional practice and lifelong learning
5 To produce graduate with skill ,knowledge attitude and dynamic leadership quality with ethical and moral behavior
Sl.N PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSO)
PSO1 Will be able to develop ,install,commission,troulbleshoot and maintain various communication gadgets
PSO2 Will be able to program ,debug execute and troubleshoot in different programming language(C,kiel)
PSO3 Will be able to analyze various circuits of electronics and communication based equipments and troubleshoot the same.

PEO linking with Departmental Mission

PEO Statements

M1

M2 M3

Apply and contribute Electronics engineering knowledge and skills for the socio-economic development through projects being undertaken by
government and private or any other sector companies

 

3

3 2

Work in interdisciplinary projects with a sound foundation in mathematical and scientific subjects, required for a clear and sound understanding of Engineering as a whole and to encourage those students who are motivated to go for placement or graduate programmes in the branch of their interest.

2

3 2

Understand the values of life-long learning embedded with professional ethics, effective communication skills, moral values and social concern guided by the principles of sustainable development and global interconnectedness and understand how engineering projects affect society and the environment.

2

2 3
PEO and Mission Weightage

PEO-Mission

M1 M2

M3

%

PEO1

3 3

2

89

PEO2

2 3

2

78

PEO3

2 2

3

78

%

78 89

78

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


Departmental Committees:


Department is headed by Course In charge for specific duration (As per the direction of Management) who looks after entire academic affairs such as Curriculum, Students Project, Departmental Laboratory set up etc.Curent CIC of the Department is Mr.Shyam Chhinal (Sr.Lecturer)

Following committees are formed and approved by Principal for smooth functioning of department.

Departmental Advisory Board (DAB):


Members Designations Nominations Terms of Reference
Program Coordinator Course In charge Mr.Shyam Chhinal Chair the meeting, Place the departmental agenda/Progress.
Member Sectary Lecturer-Selection Grade Deepak Rasaily Call the DAB meeting time to time with the direction of PC, and prepare minutes of meeting. And keep all the records.
Employer Member Prakash Bista,JTO-BSNL Provide academic/Administrative Suggestion/Feedback to the department.
Employee Member Mr.T.P.Sharma Provide academic/Administrative Suggestion/Feedback to the department.
Parents Member Mr.Arun Thakur,BSNL Provide academic/Administrative Suggestion/Feedback to the department.
Alumuni Member Khusboo Gurung Provide academic/Administrative Suggestion/Feedback to the department.
Student Member Mr.Karma Tsetan & Rahul Kumar Ranjan Provide academic/Administrative Suggestion/Feedback to the department.
Department Member Uday Rai and Ongayla Bhutai Provide academic/Administrative Suggestion/Feedback to the department.

Departmental Affairs are look after by following members:

Activities Staff Coordinator Student Member Terms of Reference
Research & Development Deepak Rasaily   Make effort to publish research papers for staff and students.
Workshop/Seminar/Guest Lectures/External Interaction Uday Kumar Rai   Organized workshop,seminar,guest lecture for students and staff time to time (One in semester)
Hubby Club Arun Pradhan   Enchorage & Guide students to make hubby electronic project.
Maintainenace In Charge Subodh Chettri   Repair and maintained the departmental laboratories along with students.
News Letter & Student Club Deependra Adhikari   Produce the newsletter (one in semester) and also involve students in different activities.
Sports Ongayla Bhutia   Involve students in Sports.
Culture Kabita Nepal   Organized and guide the students in Cultural activities.

With above active committee,departmenat has done various activities some of which are given below :
2-Days Workshop "ELECTROCOMM":
Centre for Computers and Communication Technology (CCCT) organized two days workshop-'ELECTROCOMM' on 5/5/2015 to 6/5/2015 by Electronics and Communication Department (E&C). Resource Faculty, Prof. (Dr.) S.B.L. Sachan HOD, ECE Dept., NITTTR, Govt. of India, Chandigarh delivered lecture on "Cellular Technology" for the students and Staff. Prof (Dr.) S.B.L. Sachan is an UNESCO fellow having experience of 35 years in institutional Development, R&D (Research & Development) and Maintenance was in CCCT for two days. The Field of Electronics and Communication is more uprising and attracting more employment. Optical fiber Communication, Celleular Technology, Wireless Communication and Satellite communications are the recent trends and demands in which enormous young engineers are grabbing excellent opportunity within India and abroad. Program coordinator & Course Incharge Mr.Uday Kumar Rai said that workshop "ELECTROCOMM" was first attempt of E&C department and was very much successful, useful and beneficial session for students and staff. Faculty of E&C department Mr.Uday Rai, Mr.Deepak Rasaily, Mr.Shyam Chhinal, Mr.Deepen Sharma, Mr.Bimal Kharel, Mr.Subodh Chettri, Mr.Deependra Adhikari, Mr.Ongeyla Bhutia attended the Workshop."Such Departmental Activities are regularly organized to boost the knowledge and motivate the student on various trends" said by Mr. Deepak Rasaily, Chief Executive, AICTE-NEQIP Scheme for CCCT.He also said that CCCT is further releasing news letter department wise, organizing In-house Workshop and Various competition under North Eastern Quality Improvement Project (NEQIP) funded by AICTE. Under NEQIP Project, CCCT is upgrading the qualification of all the faculty, modernizing all existing laboratories and Class rooms, providing free tool kits and books to SC/ST students, Digitizing the learning resources where the class room teaching will be digital content delivery with all modern tools, Remedial classes for weak students and most prominently institute is heading for National Board of Accreditation (NBA) by the end 2016". Other departments of CCCT are also organizing similar programmes.

Departmental Newsletter Release

Workshop on AVR
microcontroller and Programming
21/07/2016 &
22/07/2016
Dr. Ragvesh, Professor,
Oman
Inter Departmental
Workshop on      
Communication
Technology & Electronic Devices
10/05/2016 Dr. Bera and Team, SMIT, Majhitar Inter Departmental
Seminar on professional practice and ethics 07/04/2016 Priya Lata Gowda, AE, ABB Ltd., Bangalore Inter Departmental
Musical Night 26/03/2016 Students Cultural Club
Student attended workshop on Ethical Hacking Nov-2015 NIT, Sikkim Selected Student Attended/Staff
Lecture on OFC/
Electronic Maintenance
3 days, March
2015
Professor Dr. S.B.L.
Sachchan, HoD ECE
NITTTR Chandigarh
All Students/STAFF
Workshop/Competition
“SWARM ROBOTICS”
18-10-2014 to
19-10-2014
NIT, Sikkim Selected Student Attended/Staff
Workshop on Robotics 31-10-2014 to
03-11-2014
NIT, Sikkim Selected Student Attended/Staff

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


Departmental Faculties:


Sl.No Name Designation Additional Responsibility Contacts Email-addresses
1 Shyam Chinnal Lecturer-Selection Grade-I Course in Charge 5's In Charge 7679056396 shyam.chinnal@yahoo.com
2 Deepak Rasaily Lecturer-Selection Grade-I Chief Coordinator-NEQIP 9933833092 deepak.rasaily@gmail.com
3 Uday Kumar Rai Lecturer-Selection Grade-I Training Officer 9743000472 udayrai13@gmail.com
4 Arun Pradhan Senior Lecturer Placement Officer 9434447711 arun.pradhan81@gmail.com
5 Cherryla Topden Lecturer Presiding Officer-ICC 9647876202 Cherryla.topden@gmail.com
6 Subodh Chettri Lab Instructor Maintenance In charge 9434137576 subodhchettri741@gmail.com
7 Deependra Adhikari Lab Instructor Rope in Charge 9932482382 adhikarideependra@gmail.com
8 Ongayla Bhutia Lab Instructor Sports Coordinator Welfare Officer 9733322780 ongeylabhutia@yahoo.com
9 Kabita Nepal Lab Instructor Chief Coordinator-Red Ribbon Club 9775961977 kaabita@gmail.com

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


Department has Alumni Cell with Kabita Nepal as Convener: Few alumni and their brief profile are as follows:


GOVT/PRIVATE SECTOR JOB


Name Pass out Year Status
Prashant Pradhan 2006 Junior Engineer in Govt.of Sikkim
Sidharth Pradhan 2013 JE at National Institute of Technology, Sikkim
Preman Chettri 2013 Research Associate at SMIT
Kabita Nepal 2007 Lab Instructor at Govt.Polytechnic CCCT
Deependra Adhikari 2003 Sr.Lab Instructor at Govt.Polytechnic CCCT
Manish Gupta 2007 Maruti Udyug Limited
Bhuan Pokhrel 2007 Maruti Udyug Limited
Dilkumar Biswakarma 2004 TTA at BSNL
Tekendra Subdi 2004 JTO at BSNL
Roshan Gurung 2004 TTA at BSNL

Entrepreneurs:

  1. Bishal Chettri: Diploma in Computer Science and technology, Batch: 2000-2003 Started a company name “Navigators” along with his batch mate Ajay Sharma. The primary profile was sales and supply of computer and accessories. Later the field extended to event management. The company in existed for more than 10 years. Hence we may assume it’s a successful venture.
  2. Braj Kishore Brajesh: Diploma in Electronics and hardware maintenance, Batch: 2002-2005 Passed in the year 2005 and took college placement. Work in “Dynalog, Pune” for around 6 years then left the job and started a venture along with his brother Ram kishore also his batch mate in CCCT. The profile of his venture is to deal with Weighing Bridge “Dharma Kanta”.
  3. Bhaskar Gurung: Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Batch: 2012-2015 Went for higher education but could not continue for his family reason and came back to Sikkim and started a venture of assembling and selling of LED lamp and bamboo craft in this locality. Although his business is not well established he has shown lot of promise to be a successful entrepreneur.
  4. Bishal Rai: Diploma in Electronics and hardware maintenance, Batch: 2007-2010 Went for higher education completed B.Tech and started a firm named”Kokkivo” Primarily deals designing and developing of apparels. His business is listed in E- Commerce sites.
  5. Ghanashyam Sharma: Diploma in Electronics and hardware maintenance, Batch: 2011-2014 Started business in Eco tourism in Sikkim presently he operates around 20 home-stay in different locations in Sikkim. He has also a registered educational consultancy farm.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


Research and project lab is set up under NEQIP (AICTE Project) is for students' project and research with required instruments and software.


SL.NO ITEMS QUANTITY
1 100 MHz channel digital storage oscilloscope 2
2 10 MHz AM FM function pulse generator counter 2
3 Multiple power supply 5
4 Soldering station 8
5 Digital multimeter 5
6 DRB 5
7 DCB 8
8 DIB 5
9 L.C.RQ meter 4
10 30 MHz analog oscilloscope 2
11 Desktop PCs 5
12 Multifunctional Printer 1

Soft wares in the lab:
1. MATLAB
2. Proteous
3. Keil for Microcontroller Programing
4. Eagle for PCB.


E - Journal in the institute

Sl. No Title Publisher/Imprint Year of Subscription
1 Omniscience STM e-journals, Noida 2012
2 Journals of Communication Engineering & Systems STM e-journals, Noida 2012
3 Journal of VLSI Design and Technology STM e-journals, Noida 2016
4 Journal of Solid State Electronics & Devices (JoSED) STM e-journals, Noida 2016


List of E-books in the Department:

Sl No PUB - EAN/ISBN Display Title Authors Publisher/Imprint Pub Yr.
1 9788131775998 Antennas and Wave Propagation Raju Pearson India 2006
2 9789332540637 Microwave and Radar Engineering Rao Pearson India 2014
3 9788131740026 Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory Boylestad; Nashelsky Prentice Hall 2009
4 9788131740057 AVR Microcontroller and Embedded
Systems, The: Using Assembly and C
Mazidi; Naimi; Naimi Prentice Hall 2011
5 9788131739273 CMOS VLSI Design: A Circuits and
Systems Perspective
Weste;Harris Addison-Wesley
Prof
2011
6 9788131739440 Electronics Fundamentals: Circuits,
Devices & Applications
Floyd;Buchla Prentice Hall 2010
7 9781292037967 Modern Electronic Communication:
Pearson New International Edition
Beasley,
Jeffrey;Miller
Pearson India 2013
8 9780273774228 Digital & Analog Communication
Systems: International Edition
Couch Pearson Education 2013
9 9788131753620 Engineering Communication Hart Prentice Hall 2009
10 9789332501348 Communication Skills for Engineers Muralikrishna; Mishra Pearson India 2011

Department has already published various research papers in many journals which are as follows:

S.No AUTHORS NAME PAPER NAME ISBN/ISSN No.

1

Karma Gyatsho

Scada Power Distribution
Monitoring System Using PLC

ISSN: 22315381

Rinku Bhutia
Shyam Chhinal
Cherryla Tobden
Deepak Rasaily
Aarfin Ashraf

2

AnupNeopany

Security System with Image
Capturing Using
Microcontroller

ISSN: 22315381

Priyanka Rana
Sadixya Pradhan
Abyash Gautam
Aarfin Ashraf
Deepak Rasaily

3

Deepak Rasaily

Designed Accident Prevention
System Using Wireless Sensor
Networks

ISSN: 22315381

Aarfin Ashraf
Cherryla Tobden
Rinku Bhutia
Shyam Chhinal
Karma Gyatsho

4

Cherryla Tobden

Wireless Controlled Robotic
Arm Designed on
RF-FSK & 8051

ISSN: 22315381

Karma Gyatsho
Rinku Bhutia
Shyam Chhinal
Aarfin Ashraf
Deepak Rasaily

5

Shyam Chhinal

Special Multi-Purpose Card Designed Using PIC16F877A and RFID Technology

ISSN: 22315381

Rinku Bhutia
Cherryla Tobden
Karma Gyatsho
Aarfin Ashraf
Deepak Rasaily

6

Subodh Chettri

Real Time Passenger
Information System Using
Microcontroller

ISSN: 22315381

Ongeyla Bhutia
Arun Pradhan
Deepak Rasaily
7 Aarfin Ashraf Advanced Security System for Automobile ISSN: 22315381
Deependra Adhikari
Kabita Nepal
Deepak Rasaily
Aarfin Ashraf

Following research paper published by final year students based on their final year major project under the guidance of Mr.Deepak Rasaily in year 2016.

S.No AUTHORS NAME PAPER NAME ISBN/ISSN No.

1

Yashal Dorzee Lepcha,

Design of Electronic Voting
Machine using Microcontroller

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily,
Jigmee Sherpa

2

Ujjwal Kumar

Cell phone-Based Device
Control With Voice
Acknowledgement

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Priyanka Rana

3

Subankar Roy

Arduino Based Bluetooth Controlled Robot

ISSN: 2231-5381

Tashi Rapden Wangchuk
Rajesh Bhatt

4

Shubham Kumar

Biometric Attendance System using Microcontroller

ISSN: 22315381

Deepak Rasaily
Mohit Mukhia
Aarfin Ashraf

5

Shweta Chanda

Design and Implementation of a Digital Code Lock using
Arduino

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Prerna Khulal

6

Sadixya Pradhan

Design and Development of
Mobile Bug with Jammer
Circuit

ISSN: 2231-5381

Nikhil Rai
Tashi Rapden Wangchuk

7

Mr Raja Ghosh

Auto Density Sensing Traffic Control System using At89s52

ISSN: 2231-5381

Mr Deepak Rasaily
Miss Ishani Dey

8

Rahul Ranjan Singh

Wireless Controlled Robot Movement System Desgined using Microcontroller

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Rishu Kumar

9

Manish Kumar Tiwari

Cellphone Controlled Car
Designed using
Microcontroller

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Anup Neopany

10

Karma Tsheten Dorjee

RFID-Based Automatic
Vehicle Parking System Using
Microcontroller

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Bishal Cintury

11

Ashish Kumar

Design of Heart Rate Monitor through Fingertip

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Pooja Sharma

12

Aarfin Ashraf

Password Protected Lock
System Desgined using
Microcontroller

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Anita Dahal

13

Abyash Gautam

Microcontroller Controlled Automated College Bell

ISSN: 2231-5381

Deepak Rasaily
Sejal Dahal
Deepak Rasaily

Project (Major & Minor) : Every student in CCCT does two projects during their course. Each student is assigned a Mini project during the second year and a Major project during final year. These projects are coordinated by a senior faculty in the department. The students have the freedom to select projects of their choice in consultation with teachers. Execution of these projects by themselves goes a long way in developing independent thinking, organizing various elements of work in the project and finding solutions to problems they face. These projects inculcate creativity and innovative mind among students. Execution of these projects will help to transform students in to life-long learners and innovators. Several factors are measured to assess the quality of project report, such as project aims and objective, research and feasibility. Continuous monitoring of project is carried out by faculty member Guide.
Students shall be asked to propose topics for their project. Students can also scan the journals magazines in their respective field of interest for this purpose. Students shall prepare an initial report and submit a synopsis to the project coordinator and for the same there will be a presentation where the students will put forward the overview of it. The project coordinator after analyzing different parameter will allow or deny the project. If denied the student has to redo the whole exercise once again. Selection of the subject shall be finalized in consultation with the concerned project coordinator.


Major Project done in session 2015-16 are as follows:

Sl. no Name of Project Group Guide
1 Automatic Voice
Recorder & Play
Back System
Phurba Lepcha(C12D-EC22)
Nilanjay(C12D-EC20)
Karma Yanchen(C12D-EC09)
Chisterfield(C12D-EC06)
Rinku Bhutia PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
2 RFID Card Gate
Control
Monica Kumari(C11D-EC24)
Namgyal Bhutia(C11D-EC25)
Md Idrish(C11D-EC13)
Roshan Chettri(C11D-EC28)
Deepan
Sharma
PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
3 DIGITAL DEMO BOX David Basnet(C12D-EC46)
Lazumitt Lepcha(C12D-EC13)
Anup Neopani(C12D-EC04)
Nuzonmith Lepcha(C12DEC21)
Rinku Bhutia PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
4 Password Protected Security system Abhishek Kr Prasan(C11D-
EC01)
Sachin Gupta(C11D-EC35)
Tilochan Lohar(C11D-EC40)
Roshan Kr Byahut(C11D-EC34)
Shristhi Shrestha PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
5 Password based door lock system Aarfin ASHRAF(CD13D-EC
01)
MANISH Kr Tiwari(CD13D-EC
10)
Anita Dahal(CD13D-EC 03)
PrernaKhulal(CD13D-EC 17)
Ms Cherryla Tobden PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
6 Automatic College
Bell Using
Microcontroller
Abyash Gautam(CD13D-EC 02)
PriyankaRana(CD13D-EC 18)
Rajesh Kumar(CD13D-EC 22)
Mohit Mukhia(CD13D-EC 12)
Ms Cherryla Tobden PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
7 Traffic Control System Ishani Dey(CD13D-EC 07)
Raja Ghosh(CD13D-EC 20)
Bishal Century(CD13D-EC 06)
Jigmee Sherpa(CD13D-EC 08)
Moses Pradhan PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
8 Digital Code base door lock system using Ardino Shweta Chanda(CD13D-EC 27)
Sejal Dahal(CD13D-EC 25)
Sadixa Pradhan(CD13D-EC 23)
Subhum Kumar(CD13D-EC 26)
Uday Rai PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
9 Gesture Control Car Yashal(CD13D-EC 32)
Ujjwal(CD13D-EC 31)
Monoj(CD12D-EC14 )
Rishu(CD13D-EC 22)
Moses Pradhan PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
10 Heart beat
Monitoring through
Finger tips using
Microcontroller
Ashish Kumar(CD13D-EC 05)
Pooja Sharma(CD13D-EC 14)
Rahul Ranjan Singh(CD13D-EC 09)
Deepak
Rasaily
PO-1, PO-2, PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
11 Blue Tooth
Controlled Car
Using Arduino
Subhankar Roy(CD13D-EC28)
Karma Tseten(CD12D-EC10 )
Anup Neopaney(CD13D-EC04 )
Nikhil Rai(CD12D-EC 19)
Deepak
Rasaily
PO-1,PO2,PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
12 Remote Control
Based Electrical
Appliances
Tika Maya(CD14D-EC 05)
Jon Gurung(CD14D-EC 03)
Tashi Bhutia(CD14D-EC 06)
Ongeyla Bhutia PO-1, PO-2, PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
13 Heat Sensor Using Thermistor Adna Subba(CD14D-EC 01) Obenson (CD14D-EC 04) Course
Coordinator
PO-1, PO-2, PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3
14 Solar Inverter Nisim Subba(CD14D-EC 01)
Dhan Rupa Chettri(CD14D-EC
02)
Thuchen Sherpa(CD13D-EC 29)
Course
Coordinator
PO-1, PO-2, PO-3, PO4,
PO5, PO-6, PO-7, PO-8,
PO9, PO10, PSO-1,
PSO2, PSO 3

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATION.


Departmental Laboratories:


Analog Lab: This lab is most prominent Laboratory having adequate facility to accommodate the batch of 20 students in each slot of Laboratory Period. Lab is Equipped with substantial number of Conventional work benches, integrated Electronic Work benches, High end CRO and DSO,DMM,Power Supply, Spectrum Analyzers and Function Generators. Lab Teaching is done on power point presentation/PDF presentation with Wall mounted Projector and other digital Aid. Lab is supplied with UPS system in case of Power failure. Lab supports all kind of Consumables Components for all student projects (Major & Mini), has instruction manuals of all subjects, good storage facility, safety charts and is open for students practice anytime even after the normal working hour whenever required.
Following lab Subjects are done in analog laboratory

  1. Basics of Electronics (BE)
  2. Analog Electronics (AE)
  3. Control Engineering (LCS)
EQUIPMENT LIST IN ANALOG LABORATORY
Sl. NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT QUANTITY
1 DIGITAL MULTIMETER 22
2 DIGITAL RESISTANCE BOX 11
3 INDUCTANCE BOX 10
4 SOLDRING STATION 14
5 POWER SUPPLY 28
6 ANALOG MULTIMETER 7
7 PULSE GENERATOR 5
8 CAPACITANCE BOX 16
9 DIGITAL CRO 4
10 ANALOG CRO 46
11 SPECTRUM ANALYZER 2
12 FUNCTION GENERATOR 1MHZ 14
13 FUNCTION GENERATOR 3MHZ 8
14 Electronic Trainer Kits(8 panel) 8

AICTE-MODROB 12-13 ANALOG LAB

Sl. NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT QUANTITY
1 Decade Capacitance Box Model: NV 707,
Make: Scientech
7 nos
2 Decade Resistance Box Model:DRBC-115J,
Make: Omega
6 nos
3 Decade Iductance Box Model: NV 716,
Make:Scientech
6 nos
4 Function Generator Model: CADDO-4016,
Make:Scientech
7 nos
5 Dual Power Supply Model: ST4077,Make:
Scientech
6 nos
6 Micro Controller Burner Model: NV 5001,
Make:Scientech
2 nos
7 Universal IC Tester Model: CADDO 9350,
Make:Scientech
1 nos
8 Electronic Trainer Kits(8 panel) 5 nos

Microprocessor Laboratory: One of the Vital Laboratory having all essential facility can accommodate the batch of 15 students in each slot.. Lab Teaching is done on power point presentation/PDF presentation with Wall mounted Projector and other digital Aid (Interactive Device for touch Board). It has instruction manuals, good storage facility (Wall Mounted Storage), safety and Precaution charts and is open for students practice anytime even after the normal working hour whenever required.
Labs for following subjects are done in this laboratory:

  1. 8085 basic Programming.
  2. 8085 Interfacing Programming.

List of Equipment in microprocessor laboratory

Sl.NO Brief Description of Assets QTY.
1 M51-02: Microcontroller 8051 trainer kit.
Sl No. 140301 to 140313
13
2 8085 trainer kit 5
3 8086 trainer kit 5
4 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits ADC 0809 2
5 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits DAC 0800 2
6 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits Digital I/O interfacing 2
7 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits Elevator Simulator 2
8 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits Four digit Seven Segment Display 2
9 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits Stepper motor Control Card 2
10 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits DC motor Control Card 2
11 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits 8X8 LED martix interfacing 2
12 Microcontroller 8051 interface trainer kits 8255 PPI study card 2
13 Micr 8051 interface trainer keyboard controller8279 study card 2
14 DYNA-85 LU MICROPROCESSOR KIT 6
15 CABLE & CONNECTORS WITH KEYBOARD 6
16 POWER SUPPLY SMPS03 6
17 STEPPER MOTOR CARD 1
18 (A) DYNA - PIO/2 8255 Study card 1 no
19 DYNA - TIMER 8253 Study card 1 no
20 DYNA - SERIAL 8251 Study card 1 no
21 DYNA - INTR -8259 Study card 1 no
22 DYNA - TRAF Traffic control
study card
1 no
23 ADC-01 CONVERTER Study card 1 no
24 DAC - CONVERTER Study card 1 no
25 PIO-LCI Logic study card 1 no
26 HEX-PIO Keyboard study card 1 no
27 Stepper motor STP-PIO card 1 no
28 STUDY -RTC real time clock 1 no
29 LCD2 X 16 Alphanumberic display 1 no
30 E87-02: LPC 2148 ARM trainer kit
SL. No. 140314
1
31 PIC Trainer Kit model No. VUET 03 1
32 AVR trainer kit 1
     

Communication and Advanced Communication Laboratory: One of the Vital Laboratory having all essential facility can accommodate the batch of 15 students in each slot.. Lab Teaching is done on power point presentation/PDF presentation with Wall mounted Projector and other digital Aid
It has instruction manuals, good storage facility (Wall Mounted Storage), safety and Precaution charts and is open for students practice anytime even after the normal working hour whenever required.
EQUIPMENT LIST:
Digital Laboratory: One of the Vital Laboratory having all essential facility can accommodate the batch of 15 students in each slot. Lab Teaching is done on power point presentation/PDF presentation with Wall mounted Projector and other digital Aid (Interactive Device for touch Board). it has instruction manuals , good storage facility (Wall Mounted Storage) , safety and Precaution charts and is open for students practice anytime even after the normal working hour whenever required.

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS

SL NO. ITEMS SERIAL CODE NO. MAKER
1 Digital trainer kits MHRD/01 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
2 Digital trainer kits MHRD/02 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
3 Digital trainer kits MHRD/03 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
4 Digital trainer kits MHRD/04 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
5 Digital trainer kits MHRD/05 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
6 Digital trainer kits MHRD/06 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
7 Digital trainer kits MHRD/07 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
8 Digital trainer kits MHRD/08 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
9 Digital trainer kits MHRD/09 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
10 Digital trainer kits MHRD/10 Chaudhary Electronics and automation
11 scientific linear IC tester EICT/05 Vishal vyapapvikash
12 scientific linear IC tester EICT/08 Vishal vyapapvikash
13 scientific linear IC tester EICT/07 Vishal vyapapvikash
14 scientific linear IC tester EICT/04 Vishal vyapapvikash
15 scientific linear IC tester EICT/06 Vishal vyapapvikash

Microcontroller and Advance Microprocessor Laboratory: This lab has Assemblers and Compilers for teaching basic and advance programming in 8051 microcontroller and Advance microprocessor 8086 programming. Software available is Keil for Microcontroller and TASM for 8086 programming. Lab Teaching is done on power point presentation/PDF presentation with Wall mounted Projector and other digital Aid. Many number of Students Major (Final Year) projects are based on AT89C51/52 and the laboratory has the facility to support all kind of on chip programming with devices such as Microcontroller programmer in sufficient number. It has instruction manuals, good storage facility, safety and Precaution charts and is open for students practice anytime even after the normal working hour whenever required.
Labs for following subjects are done in this laboratory:

  1. Microcontroller basic and Advance Programming using Keil software.
  2. 8086 Programming using TASM.

Research & Project Lab:


DEE: Diploma in Electrical & Electronics


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