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Vision & Mission
PEOs, POs & PSOs
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DEPARTMENT

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

HoD’s MESSAGE
Dr.Nagesh K N
Head of The Department
Electronics and Communication Engineering

I welcome you all to the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at NCET. Over the last twenty years, the department has grown its expertise and competencies in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. The department has strong academicians comprising 30 faculties and 10 technical supporting staff. At the bachelor's level, the department offers B.E in Electronics & Communication Engineering. The pedagogy focuses on a student-centric which emphasizes problem-solving and collaborative learning. Department offers a wide range of elective courses to the students to pursue their interests. The departments focus not only on creating professional competencies among our graduates but also on a holistic approach to their development who could contribute to the success of society. The graduates of this department have contributed to the development over the last 18 years at the national and international levels. Department has well-equipped laboratories and excellent computational facilities. State-of-the-art hardware and software labs with relevant tools such as CADENCE, MATLAB 2018a, Simulink, Kiel Microvision, Xilinx, etc. are available to work on top-of-the-line projects in various areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering. Department has an Advanced Computing Laboratory to carry out research in the area of cutting edge technologies.

COURSE

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering started after the inception of NCET in the year 2001. The department offers an undergraduate program that focuses on enhancing technical, and generic competencies and the skills required by the graduates to face the challenges of technological advancements and be agile learners. The department is equipped with spacious classrooms and digital technologies, supported by highly qualified and experienced academicians. The faculties have a wide range of experience both from academia and industry that helps students to get current and relevant curricula required by the industry.

The department has an MOU with Texas Instruments & National Instruments to support students with the latest industrial technologies and equipment. The department has a permanent affiliation with VTU & is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The department is recognized as a research center with a research grant from VTU to conduct research in cutting-edge technologies. The UG students are encouraged to take up competitive exams to pursue studies and to do research in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering. To enhance their soft skills, students are provided with special training from year 3 onwards, which increases the chances of placements in reputed companies like Continental Automotive, Mahindra Electric, TECH Mahindra, HP, Infosys, TCS, IBM, Mindtree, and DXC Technologies, Cognizant are few to name.

Overall, the department provides a very positive and nurturing environment for students to develop and grow into knowledgeable, skilled, and productive Electronics and Communication Engineers who could contribute to the development of society, be a lifelong learners and be successful in their life.

PROGRAMME DETAILS

Course Name: B.E in Electronics and Communication Engineering ( 4 Years )
Level: UG (Intake: 120)
Year of Approval: 2001
Accreditation Status: Accredited NBA AICTE for 3 years under Tier
Professional Society Memberships : IEEE
Professional Activities : IEEE-Student chapter Seminars, workshops and FDPs are conducted regularly
Consultancy Activities : Consultancy activities till 2022 sum up to more than Rs. 1,40,000/

Grants Fetched :

1. Department has got the fund of 3,89,433 Rs for conducting STTP ON Applications of NI LabVIEW in 2020-21.
2. MODROB, AICTE has sanctioned 8lakhs to establish Semiconductor and Electronics System Design LAB(SESDL)in the department in Jan 2020.
3. Department received 93,000 Rs to conduct the workshop on “Machine Learning Applications on Image Processing” in Jan 2022.

Departmental Achievements :

Faculties have done their research work and published more than 15 papers in many of the SCI journals.
Faculties and Technical staff are actively participating in inter-departmental as well as inter-collegiate sports competitions and got laurels to the college and the department
Organized visits to various industries viz., IIAP, HAL....etc.,

Vision & Mission

VISION

To transform the students as leaders in Electronics & Communication Engineering to achieve professional excellence in the challenging world.

OUR MISSION

M1: To create an environment for the students to have strong academic fundamentals and enable them to be life-long learners.
M2: To provide modern tools to the students in the field of electronics and communication to meet the real-world challenges.
M3: To Develop Communication skill, leadership qualities, team work and skills for continuing education among the students.
M4: To inculcate Ethics, Human values for solving societal problems and environmental protection.
M5: Validate engineering knowledge through innovative research projects to enhance their employability and entrepreneurship skills.

PEOs POs AND PSOs

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1: Graduates of Electronics and Communication engineering will be using the basic academic knowledge of design and analysis required in the industryfor sustainable societal growth.
PEO2:Graduates of Electronics and Communication engineeringwill be able to design project based learning and team based learning.
PEO3:Graduates in Electronics and Communication engineering will demonstrate good communication skills, dynamic leadership qualities with concern for environmental protection
PEO4: Electronics and Communication engineering graduates will be capable of pursuing higher studies, take up research and development work blended with ethics and human values.
PEO5: Electronics and Communication engineering graduates will have the ability to get employed andbecome entrepreneurs thereby switching over from responsive engineering to creative engineering.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO-1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and electronics communication principles to the solution of complex problems in Data Science & Engineering.
PO-2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex electronics communication and engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics and engineering sciences.
PO-3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex Electronics Communication and Engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO-4: Conduct Investigations of Complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions related to Electronics Communication and Engineering problems.
PO-5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex Electronics Communication and Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO-6: The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional Electronics Communication and Engineering practice.
PO-7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Data Science & Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO-8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Data Science & Engineering practice.
PO-9: Individual and Team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO-10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex Electronics Communication 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.
PO-11:Project management and finance: 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 Data Science & Engineering projects and in multidisciplinary environments
PO-12: Life Long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSOs)

PSO-1:Graduate will be able to identify, analyze & solve the problems related to Electronics and Communication Engineering by applying the fundamental knowledge of Electronics and Communication.
PSO-2: Graduate will demonstrate an ability to investigate, design and develop both software and hardware using significant knowledge of modern tools in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
PSO-3: Graduate will be able to apply their knowledge to assess societal, environmental, health, safety issues with professional ethics and can also pursue higher studies, involve in research activities, be employable or entrepreneur.

FACILITIES

Basic Electrical Lab (Integrated Course)

Basic Electrical lab is introduced in first semester for chemistry cycle and in second semester for physics cycle. In this laboratory, students become familiar with making basic electrical measurements using digital multi-meters(DMMs) and bridges. Then the students begin learning how basic RLC components function and perform experiments related to Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's law. The student will be introduced to virtual lab where the plot of frequency and current characteristic of series and parallel RLC circuits are done virtually using simulator. By the end of their laboratory course, students should be able to design, assemble, and use basic electrical circuits.

Basic Electronics lab (Integrated Course)

Basic Electronics lab is introduced in first semester for physics cycle and in second semester for chemistry cycle. Basic Electronics lab is well equipped with the latest signal generators, oscilloscopes, and measuring instruments. Students of all the branches design and test their electronics circuits as part of their curriculum. Guidance is provided to the students by a team of expert faculty and lab technicians. The student will also be introduced to virtual lab where design of Half wave and Full wave Rectifiers are done virtually using simulator for the plot of input and output.

Analog Electronic Circuits Lab

Analog Electronic Circuits Lab is an introductory experimental laboratory that explores the design, construction, and debugging of electronic circuits. The experiments investigate the performance characteristics of diodes, transistors, and op-amps, including the construction of a small audio amplifier and preamplifier. Thirteen weeks are devoted to the design and implementation of the experiments. Written and oral presentation of a project in an environment similar to that of engineering design teams in industry. The course provides opportunity to simulate real-world problems and solutions that involve trade offs and the use of engineering judgment.

Digital Electronic Circuit Lab(Integrated Course)

Digital Electronic Circuit Lab provides a practical knowledge to support the theory that allows the students the opportunity to enhance their understanding of digital electronics in designing a system. Emphasis is placed on Boolean algebra, logic families, medium scale integration (MSI). The basic logic gates are the building blocks of more complex logic circuits. These logic gates perform the basic Boolean functions, This lab is well equipped with the latest Digital IC trainer Kits and all the ICs required for the curriculum. Thirteen weeks are devoted to the design and implementation of the experiments in Didital Electronic Circuits Lab.

Network Analysis Lab (Integrated Course)

Network Analysis Laboratory is associated with the institute integrated course “Network Anlaysis”. This Lab runs in third semester for undergraduate B.E students. This laboratory is utilized to perform the experiments using discrete components.The experiments are related to the theoretical aspects which is included in their course like verification of Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem and design of series and parallel resonance, verification of two-port networks.This Lab lays a firm foundation of practical insight of circuit analysis and design, which will help them to analyze complex communication circuits in higher semesters.

Fundamentals of HDL Lab

Fundamentals of HDL Lab is a general introduction to the VHDL and Verilog language and its use in programmable logic design, covering the basic constructs used in both the simulation and synthesis environments. Fundamentals of HDL Lab is equipped with the latest version of Xilinx software. Xilinx is one of most popular software tool used to synthesize VHDL and verilog code. By the end of this course, students will have a basic understanding of the Verilog and VHDL module, data types, operators and assignment statements needed to begin creating your own designs, using both behavioral and structural approaches. In the hands-on laboratory sessions, students will get to practice the knowledge they have gained by writing simple but practical designs.

Signals and Systems (Integrated Course)

Signals and Systems laboratory is equipped with latest MATLAB software with various Tool boxes and Simulink. Students simulate here number of experiments in MATLAB.This lab introduces the students to various signal processing techniques using MATLAB®. MATLAB® - introduction, MATLAB environment; Arrays and vectors; Plotting graphs; Control statements; Matrices and vectors; MATLAB functions; Eigenvectors and singular value decomposition; Complex numbers. Students will practically visualize all theoretical concepts those are discussed in class room such as Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Signals, Signal Transformations, Continuous and Discrete Linear Time-Invariant (LTI) Systems, Convolution Sum and Convolution Integral, Response of LTI systems, Fourier Series and Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform and Z -Transform

Microprocessor and Microcontroller LAB

Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab is renowned in the various fields of engineering applications for Electronics Engineer. Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab helps the students to understand the fundamental aspects of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers in practical about assembly level language and instruction set of microprocessor and microcontroller.Microprocessor lab helps the students to acquire practical knowledge about various processors such as 8086,microcontroller 8051 and also the interfacing devices.The features and facilities available in this lab will help the students to enhance their knowledge about the latest trends and technologies.

Analog Communication Lab

Analog Communication laboratory focuses on training the Electronics students in the concepts ofvarious typeof modulation & demodulation. The recent communication techniques can be demonstrated with latest equipment. Students conduct experiments in a communication lab where they become familiar with oscilloscopes, signal generators and spectrum analyzers. Measurement of common signals such as sinusoids and periodic square waves are conducted in both the time and frequency domain. The training and experience that Electronic students gain in this laboratory enhance their understanding of Analog Communication systems.

Digital Communication Lab

Digital Communication Lab is introduced to Electronics students to enhance the digital Communication concepts. Digital Communication Labis renowned in the various fields of engineering applications for Electronics Engineer because it’s an important and ever growing field with various technical challenges and integral part of everyone’s day to day life. Digital Communication laboratory is to emphasize on the communication area fundamentals and provides practical hands-on exposure to digital communication experiments on modulation and demodulation like ASK,FSK,PSK, QPSK using discrete components and kits. Students are also exposed to modern tools such as Digital CROs and Scilab to implement the above modulation technics in virtual environment.

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Digital Communication Lab is introduced to Electronics students to enhance the digital Communication concepts. Digital Communication Labis renowned in the various fields of engineering applications for Electronics Engineer because it’s an important and ever growing field with various technical challenges and integral part of everyone’s day to day life. Digital Communication laboratory is to emphasize on the communication area fundamentals and provides practical hands-on exposure to digital communication experiments on modulation and demodulation like ASK,FSK,PSK, QPSK using discrete components and kits. Students are also exposed to modern tools such as Digital CROs and Scilab to implement the above modulation technics in virtual environment.

Power Electronics Lab

Power Electronics Laboratory is associated with the course power electronics for seventh semester B.E students. This lab includes experiments on analysis of V-I characteristics of power semiconductor devices and analysis of various triggering circuits, speed control of induction motor, DC Motor and Universal motor, Commutation of thyristors.This lab lays the foundation for analyzing the working principle of power semiconductor devices and their practical importance like power generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy.

Data Communication Lab

Data Communication Lab course provides students with hands on training regarding the design, troubleshooting, modeling and evaluation of computer networks. In this course, students are going to experiment in a real test-bed networking environment, and learn about network design and troubleshooting topics and tools such as: network addressing, Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), basic troubleshooting tools, IP routing, route discovery, TCP and UDP, IP fragmentation and many others. Student will also be introduced to the network modeling and simulation, and they will have the opportunity to build some simple networking models using the tool and perform simulations that will help them evaluate their design approaches and expected network performance.

Fundamentals of VLSI Lab

Fundamentals of VLSI lab allows the students to understand theoretical concepts studied as part of subjects CMOS VLSI Design, Microelectronics Circuits and HDL, to experience in practical with the help of Cadence tool framework. The lab introduces the complete custom IC design flow, ASIC design flow and AMS flow for Analog circuits, Digital circuits design respectively. The analog design involves schematic (standard cell), test schematic capture and symbolic representation of circuit topologies using Virtuoso schematic editor/ Composer. Simulation of the test circuit to perform various analyses such as transient, DC and AC is facilitated by Multimode Simulator/Spectre.

Student Satellite (STUDSAT) -2

In the era of development in space technology, miniaturization plays a vital role to perform cost effective space mission. In this regard student satellite-2(STUDSAT-2A/2B) is Twin Nano-Satellites project undertaken by under graduate students of seven consortium college students in association with ISRO and few research agencies to demonstrate inter satellite communication. Nagarjuna College of Engineering and Technology is one of the seven participating institutes in STUDSAT-2 project. To implement the projects students are exposed to advanced technologies in space and satellite design concepts to enhance their skills

e-Yantra

Project e-Yantra is an initiative to spread education in embedded systems and Robotics by IIT Bombay sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India through the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT). The objective is to provide hands-on learning for engineering students who have limited access to labs and mentors. The goal is to create the next generation of (Embedded systems) engineers in India with a practical outlook to take on challenging problems and provide solutions. Under this project Nagarjuna college of engineering and technology has set up Robotics laboratory with advanced robotic kits and equipments, where students design and execute projects.

ALUMNI

About NCET Alumni Association

One of the assessments for the quality of an institution is the success of its alumni. Active alumni also mean that the institution is developing strong roots in society. It’s a platform where successful alumni from all walks of life meet each other and express openly their thanks and gratitude for the opportunities provided to them by the alma mater.

The seeds for the transformation are sown during the students’ stay at NCET. In carrying out job and civic responsibilities, alumni draw on what they learned in earning a college degree. They demonstrate for all to see what value their education has for them and they truly represent the institution in different walks of their life.

The NCET Alumni association can make a vital contribution by supporting the Institute in the accomplishment of its mission. They can contribute as goodwill ambassadors, student recruiters, and a pool of expertise in a broad range of fields which can be employed in Institute initiatives, both academic and administrative. The NCET Alumni Association is an excellent forum to keep in touch with your alma mater, learn how your institution is achieving its strategic intent, and above all reinforce the relationship you formed during your stay at college while forming new ones.

Objectives of the Alumni Association:

1.To arrange expert lectures by eminent alumni & other prominent industrialists for the benefit of students.

2.To conduct Alumni-Students Knowledge Exchange Programs.

3.To bring together the ex-students of NCET and to promote fellowship amongst them and their families.

4.To serve as a forum to promote and foster relationship among the alumni, the present students, the staff and the management of NCET.

5.To maintain continuous interaction between the past and present students by publishing a newsletter, holding periodical Alumni day celebration or by any other activity as decided by the association.

6.To effectively participate in revision of syllabi and development of curriculum.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

PATENTS

SL.NO. TITLE OF THE PATENT/PATEND PENDING NUMBER/ PATENT APPLICATION NUMBER JURISDICTION /PUBLICATION/INDIAN PATENT JOURNAL/FILLED/PUBLISHED DATE INVENTORS NAME/FACULTY MEMBER/STUDENTS/EMIRITUS/PROFESSORS YEAR OF APPLICATION/GRANT
1. Novel System, Method, Design and Development of a Weapon Auto Aiming And Trigger System for Rapidly Deployable Armed Support Robots Indian Patent Ms. Sunitha M Patent is filed on 11.07.2022 and published on 22.07.2022
2. Novel System, Method, Design and Development of Camouflage Techniques Based Multifunctional Army Rob Indian Patent Mrs. Naghma Anjum Mrs. Rani B A Dr. Nagesh K N Dr. Rohith S Patent is filed on 11.07.2022 and published on 15.07.2022
3. Novel System, Method, Design and Development of Industrial Environment Monitoring System Using Lora Indian Patent Dr. Basavaraj G M Dr. Rohith S Patent is filed on 11.07.2022 and published on 22.07.2022
4. Novel System, Method, Design and Development ofIot Enabled Next Gen Smart Helmet Using Arduino Indian Patent Mr. Sreenivasulu K N Dr. Rohith S Patent is filed on 11.07.2022 and published on 22.07.2022
5. Novel System, Method, Design and Development ofIot Based Footstep Power Generation Using Piezo Electrics Indian Patent Mr. Mahesh M R Dr. Nagesh K N Patent is filed on 11.07.2022 and published on 15.07.2022
6. Novel System, Method, Design and Development ofIot Based Footstep Power Generation Using Piezo Electrics Indian Patent Mr. Mahesh M R Dr. Nagesh K N Patent is filed on 11.07.2022 and published on 15.07.2022
2. Thermal effect powered electric motor to minimize the electric consumption in the electric vehicle 2021100914 Australian Patent published on 15/02/2021 Dr. Nagesh K N Granted on 18/04/2021 Electronics and Communication Engineering
2. Decentralized Data Storage and Processing Method for Automatic Wireless Network Authentication In An Iot System Australian Patent published on 15/05/2021 Dr. Nagesh K N Granted on 07/07/2021 Electronics and Communication Engineering
3. Intelligent System & Method for Radio Link Monitoring & Controlling In A Wireless Communication System Using Iot Technology Australian Patent published on 29/08/2021 Dr. Nagesh K N Electronics and Communication Engineering
4. A Circularly Polarized Two Port MIMO Cylindrical Dielectric Resonator Antenna Device For 5G Applications German Patent published on 30/09/2021 Dr. Nagesh K N Electronics and Communication Engineering
5. Cloud Key SaasAutonomous AIOT Control System and Method Thereof Australian Patent published on 23/08/2021 Dr. Nagesh K N Electronics and Communication Engineering
6. Philosophizing of multifunction syllogistic unit using folding tree with clock gating 202121011465 Indian Patent published on 9/04/2021 Dr.Nagesh K N, Dr.Premjyoti G patil, Dr. Rohith S, Mr. Nandakishore C V, Mr. Srinivasulu K N Granted on 18/03/2021 Electronics and Communication Engineering
7. Consumption and Simulation of Digital Modems 202021049607 Indian Patent filing on 27/11/2020 Dr.Nagesh K N Dr.H.Venkatesh Kumar Published on 13/11/2020 Electronics and Communication Engineering
8. Attribute Based Discovery Architecture for Devices in Internet of Things (IoT) 202021012029 Indian Patent Filing on 26/6/2020 Dr.Nagesh K N, Dr. H. Venkatesh Kumar Published on 20/3/2020 Electronics and Communication Engineering
9. Decision Rule Based Supervised Machine Learning for Power Quality Application 202021012029 Indian Patent published on 04/03/2021 Dr.Premjyoti G patil Granted on 21/02/2020 Electronics and Communication Engineering
9. Gaze controlled electronic iron Box 202041046240 Indian Patent published on 30/10/2020 Dr.Basavaraj G M Granted on 23/10/2020 Electronics and Communication Engineering

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Singh, M.R Bharamagoudra, H. Gupta, A.K Dwivedi, P. Ranjan, A. Sharma,” Microstrip Line Fed Dielectric Resonator Antenna Optimization using ML Algorithms”, Sādhanā – Academy Proceedings in Engineering Sciences, Springer
  2. C.S Vamsi, A.K Dwivedi, G. Bharti, A. Sharma, “Efficient Graphene Based Circularly Polarized MIMO Antenna for THz Applications”’ Applied Optics, Optica Publishing Group. https://doi.org/10.1364/AO.462531
  3. Dr. Nagesh K.N, R. Priyadarshini, Rani BA, N. Anjum, Jyothi S.K, A.K Dwivedi, “Design and Development of Ceramic based MIMO Filtenna with Circular Polarization Features”, Journal of Electronic Materials, Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11664-022-09900-4
  4. S Jagadeesh Babu, Murthy Muniyappa, Navakoteswara Rao, Ravi Mudike, Mahesh Shastri, Sardar Tathagata, Prasanna D Shivaramu, MV Shankar, Ananda Kumar, Dinesh Rangappa, “Enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen evolution from reduced graphene oxide-defect rich TiO2-x nanocomposites”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy,Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2022.07.115
  5. A. Kumar, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, A. Sharma, P.Ranjan, “Circularly Polarized Dielectric Resonator based Two Port Filtenna for millimeter-wave 5G Communication System”, IETE Technical Review, Taylor & Francis(2022).https://doi.org/10.1080/02564602.2022.2028588 (I.F 2.2).
  6. D.Sharma, R. Katiyar, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, A. Sharma, P.Ranjan, “Dielectric Resonator based Two Port Filtenna with Pattern and Space Diversity for 5G IoT Applications”, International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-8(2022).(https://doi.org/10.1017/S1759078722000150) (I.F 1.064).
  7. A. Sharma, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, Y.K Prajapati, D.K Tripathi “Ceramic Material based Optical Antenna for Multiband Photonics Applications”, Optical Engineering. Vol. 61, issue no. 1, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.61.1.017104(I.F 1.098).
  8. A. Kumar, Nagesh. K.N, H. Venkatesh Kumar, B. Mishra, S. AzamSiddique, A.K Dwivedi, “High-isolated WiFi-2.4 GHz/LTE MIMO antenna for RF-energy harvestingapplications”,International Journal of Electronics and Communications, Elsevier (2021), doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aeue.2021.153964(I.F 3.183).
  9. A. Kumar, Shekhar, Nagesh K.N, and B. Mishra “UWB Multilayer Patch Antenna with EBG Structure for IEEE-C, X, Ku and K Band Applications”, Wireless Personal Communications, Springer (2021).https://doi.org/10.1007/s11277-021-08676-w(I.F 1.671). /li>
  10. A.K Dwivedi,A. Sharma and A.K. Singh, “ Dual-Band Dual Mode Orthogonally Placed CDRA based MIMO Antenna for Wi-Fi/WLAN Applications” VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer, vol. 683, pp. 135-143, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-6840-4_11
  11. A.K Dwivedi,A. Sharma, A.K. Singh and V. Singh “Novel Design of Cylindrical DRA built MIMO antenna for 5G future prospective covering (n78/n79) bands” VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer, vol. 777, pp. 79-88, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-2761-3_7
  12. A. Sharma,A.K Dwivedi,Nagesh K.N, A. Gupta, D.K Tripathi “Broadband Dielectric Resonator Antenna with Dual-Frequency Circularly polarized response for WLAN and WiMAX Applications”,International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications, Wiley(2021). https://doi.org/10.1002/cta.3151(I.F 2.038)
  13. S.A Siddique, Nagesh K.N, H. Venkatesh Kumar, Chethana Gosal, Brijesh Mishra, “Remote Controlled Reconfigurable Hexa-Band Antenna for RF-Energy Harvesting Systems”, International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications, Wiley (2021). https://doi.org/10.1002/cta.3144(I.F 2.038).
  14. H.Venkatesh Kumar, Yadu Prasad C, “Remote Monitoring of Live EEG on 5G Networks “International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Volume 10, Issue 1,e-ISSN: 2278 – 8875, p-ISSN: 2320 – 3765, pp 166-169, January 2021.
  15. Dr. H. Venkatesh Kumar, Pavan Kalyan B S, P Sai Kumar2, Shiva Latha M S, Shreya B“Department Announcement System Using Arduino”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology ,Volume 8, Issue 3, e-ISSN: 2278 – 8875, Print ISSN: 2395-6011,Online ISSN: 2395-602X, pp 341-347, May-June-2021.
  16. H. Venkatesh Kumar, Surabhi. G, Neha V, Sandesh. Y. M, Sagar Kumar. H. S “Tracking Of Aircrafts Using Software Defined Radio (SDR) With An Antenna.”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology, Volume 8, Issue 3, Print ISSN: 2395-6011,| Online ISSN: 2395-602X , pp 660-665, May-June 2021.
  17. Basavaraj G M and Ashok Kusagur, “ A Real-Time Framework to Detect Abnormal Activities in Videos Using CFS and BoF Classifiers”, PENSEE, VOLUME 51, ISSUE 2 2021 , pp.248-253,ISSN NO: 0031-4773.
  18. Basavaraj G M, K Mounika “Arduino Based Home Automation using TV Remote” , International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology (IJRASET), Vol 9, Issue 7, pp.30-33, July 2021, ISSN:2321-9653.
  19. Basavaraj G M, Mohammed Iayaz“Farmer Friendly Solar based Virtual Fencing for Rural Agriculture with battery Reverse Charge protection”, International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology (IJRASET) ,Vol 9, Issue 6, pp. 1591-1594, Jun 2021, ISSN:2321-9653.
  20. Rohith S, Brunda R, ArbinTaj , ChallaNandini Reddy, DuttapatiGreeshma, “NIGHT VISION PATROLLING NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR WOMEN’S SAFETY”International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts,Volume 9, Issue 6,June 2021, pp. 1-5 https://www.ijcrt.org/papers/IJCRT2106385.pdf
  21. Rohith S, DeviReddyBrijesh Kumar Reddy, CharanKumar H N, HL Tejavardhan, B Hanumanth Reddy“Voice Controlled Wheel Chair for Persons with Disability” International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology, Volume 8, Issue 3, May-June-2021, Page Number : 572-577doi : https://doi.org/10.32628/IJSRST2183125.
  22. Rohith S, Rambabu K “FPGA Implementation of 8-Bit Vedic Multiplier for DIT-FFT Application Using UrdhvaTiryagbhyam Sutra" IJARSCT, VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1 FEBRUARY 2021.
  23. Rohith S and Harish V" A Reversible Data Hiding Scheme in Encrypted Images for Medical Applications" IJARSCT, VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1 FEBRUARY 2021
  24. A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, A.K. Singh, and V. Singh, “Circularly Polarized Quad-Port MIMO Dielectric Resonator Antenna with Beam Tilting Feature for Vehicular Communication”, IETE Technical Review, Taylor & Francis (2021).https://doi.org/10.1080/02564602.2020.1862714(I.F 2.2).
  25. A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, P. Ranjan, “Dual-Band Modified Rectangular Shaped Dielectric Resonator Antenna with Diversified Polarization Feature”, International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications,Wiley, vol. 49, issue no. 10, pp. 3434 – 3442, 2021.https://doi.org/10.1002/cta.3095 (I.F 2.038)
  26. A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, A.K. Pandey, and V. Singh, “Two port circularly polarized MIMO antenna design and investigation for 5G communication systems”,Wireless Personal Communications, Springer, vol. 120, issue no. 3, pp. 2085 – 2099, 2021.https://doi.org/10.1007/s11277-021-08461-9(I.F 1.671).
  27. A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, A.K. Singh, and V. Singh, “Metamaterial Inspired Dielectric Resonator MIMO antenna for isolation enhancement and Linear to Circular Polarization of Waves”, Measurement,Elsevier (2021). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2021.109681 (I.F 3.927).
  28. K. Srivastava, A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, “Circularly Polarized Dielectric Resonator Based MIMO Antenna with Pattern and Polarization Diversity for Vehicular Applications”, International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications, Wiley, vol. 49, issue no. 10, pp. 3421 – 3433, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1002/cta.3078 (I.F 2.038).
  29. D.Sharma, R. Katiyar, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, A. Sharma, P.Ranjan, “Dielectric Resonator based Two Port Filtenna with Pattern and Space Diversity for 5G IoT Applications”, International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies, Cambridge University Press(2021).
  30. A. Kumar, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, A. Sharma, P.Ranjan, “Circularly Polarized Dielectric Resonator based Two Port Filtenna for millimeter-wave 5G Communication System”, IETE Technical Review, Taylor & Francis (2021). (Accepted for publication) (I.F 2.2).
  31. A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, H.Venkatesh Kumar, A. Sharma and V. Singh, “Two Asymmetric Cylindrical Dielectric Resonator Loaded Dual Port MIMO Antenna for Wide Band Application with Circular Polarization Attributes”, International Journal of Communication Systems,Wiley (2021).(I.F 2.047).
  32. A. Sharma, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, Y.K Prajapati, D.K Tripathi “Ceramic Material based Optical Antenna for Multiband Photonics Applications”, Optical Engineering(2021).
  33. A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, Mallanna S D, V. Singh, “UWB-MIMO DGS Loaded Patch Antenna with Low Profile for Millimeter-Wave Applications”, Journal of Electrical Engineering-ElektrotechnickyCasopis(2021).(Accepted for Publication) (I.F 0.647).
  34. A. K Singh, A. K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, V.Singh, R.S Yadav. “Compact 4-port Planar MIMO Antenna with Enhanced Isolation for WLAN/WiMAX Applications”, Sadhana Academy Proceedings in Engineering Sciences, Springer (2021). (Accepted for Production). (SADH-D-21-01844) (I.F 1.188)
  35. Ravi Kumar M G, Mrinal Sarvagya, Navya B R, “Adaptive Modulation based MIMO-OFDM Receiver design for Underwater Acoustic Communication”, Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, Vol.12 No.12 (2021), 751-757.
  36. Ravi Kumar M G, Ayudh Nagaraj, Benjamin Paul, Sharat P Dixit, “ Network-Attached Storage: Data Storage Applications”, Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, V ol.12 No.12 (2021), 2385-2396.
  37. Bharath M, Vinayak G S, Harshith K, Undavalli Ravi Kiran, Ravi Kumar M G, “Design and Development of a Smart Mirror Based On IOT”, Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, Vol.12 No.12 (2021), 2641-2646.
  38. Navya B R, Mrinal Sarvagya and Ravi Kumar M G, “Attitude Determination using Multi-Antenna GPS for Docking of Ship” , Journal of Xi'an University of Architecture & Technology, Volume XIII, Issue 10 (2021), 190-197.
  39. Navya B R, Mrinal Sarvagya and Ravi Kumar M G, “Homomorphic filtering for the detection of inclusion during the prepreg based composite manufacturing” , Journal of Xi'an University of Architecture & Technology, Volume XIII, Issue 10 (2021), 198-208.
  40. Ravi Kumar M G, Mrinal Sarvagya, Navya B R, “Towards Internet of Underwater Things: Survey on Architecture, Recent Advances and Research Challenges”, IEEE Access (Submitted in August 2021).
  41. H.Venkatesh Kumar, Venkata Mohan Reddy, B. Samarasimha Reddy, K. Niranjan Reddy, K. Yaswanth Kumar Reddy, “Live Streaming of Agriculture Market Statistics to the Remote Village Areas Using Amateur Radio ” International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology, Volume 5, Issue 4, ISSN No:-2456-2165, pp 1250-1252, April 2020
  42. H.Venkatesh Kumar, Indukuri Goutham Sanjay Varm, P Maharshi Naveen, ObinaboinaVengaiah, Mahitha R, “Error Value Detection and Correction for Detumbling using Magnetometer, GPS and Kalman Filter for STUDSAT-2 ”International Journal of Computer Applications, Volume 176 -No. 31, ISSN 0975 - 8887, pp 11-16, June 2020.
  43. H.Venkateshkumar, Neha.V, Surabhi.G,“Radio Frequency Receiver Using RTL-SDR,“International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology ,Volume 7, Issue 3, ISSN: 2349-6002, pp 45-47, August 2020.
  44. Basavaraj G M and RajashekharB.Somasagar,“ Security Issues & Solutions in Cloud Computing”” Journal of Telecommunication Study, Volume-5, Issue-3 (September-December, 2020) , pp.11-14
  45. Basavaraj G M, Jeevan Shetty “Smart Accident Notification system using GPS –Module and GSM Module”, International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology,Volume 5, Issue 4, pp. 1122-1125, April – 2020, ISSN No:-2456-2165
  46. A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, A.K. Singh, and V. Singh, “Quad‐port ring dielectric resonator-based MIMO radiator with polarization and space diversity”, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters., Wiley, vol. 62, issue no. 6, pp. 2316 – 2327, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1002/mop.32329(I.F 1.392).
  47. A.K Dwivedi, B. Mishra, V. Singh, P. N. Tripathi, and A. K. Singh, “Design of a Compact CPW-Fed Monopole Antenna with Asymmetrical Hexagonal Slot Loaded Ground Structure for C/X/Ku Band Applications” The Scientific Journal of Riga Technical University - Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering, vol. 16, issue no. 1, pp. 15 – 22, 2020. https://doi.org/10.2478/ecce-2020-0003
  48. A.K Dwivedi, A. Sharma, A.K. Singh, and V. Singh, “Design of Dual-Band Four Port Circularly Polarized MIMO DRA for WLAN/WiMAX Application”, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Taylor & Francis, vol. 34, issue no. 15, pp. 1990 - 2009, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1080/09205071.2020.1801522(I.F 1.335).
  49. Vinay N A and Bharathi S H, “A Bidirectional Long-Short Term Memory Recurrent Neural Network Approach for Recognition of Dysfluent Speech using Mel-Frequency Cepstral Coefficients- Shifted Delta Cepstral Features”, Walailak Journal of Science and Technology (WJST), Scopus and Web of Science -Q2, eISSN: 2228-835X .
  50. Vinay N A and Bharathi S H, “Long-Short Term Memory Recurrent Neural Network Based Language Model For The Synthesis Of Dysfluent Speech” , International Journal of Grid and Distributed Computing, Vol. 13, issue 1, May-2020 907-915 (Web of Science). ISSN-2005-4262 (Online)
  51. Vinay N A and Bharathi S H, “A Comparative Study of Deep Neural Network and Long-Short Term Memory Based Voice Active Detection technique for the Recognition of Dysfluent Speech”, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, Vol.-29, issue-5, 1744-1757, April-2020 (Scopus-Q3)ISSN : 2005-4238 (Print)/ 2207-6360 (Online)
  52. Swathi Subhash , Shreya Guru , Payal. P. Jain , Sushma. , Ravi Kumar M.G, “Speech to Braille Convertor for Visually Impaired Using Python”, International Journal of Advance Science and Technology Vol. 29, No. 10S, (2020), pp.3916-3921.
  53. Venkata Charan.N, Arun Kumar, M. Venkatesh, Ravi Kumar M G, N. Pani Bhushan, “Skin Cancer Detection Using Image Processing”, International Journal of Advance Science and Technology, Vol. 29, No. 10S, (2020), pp. 7715-7723
  54. Vivek Singh, B. Mishra and R. Singh, “Anchor Shape Gap Coupled Patch Antenna forWiMAX and WLAN Applications” International Journal for Computation and Mathematicsin Electrical and Electronic Engineering (COMPEL)., vol. 38, Issue no. 1, pp.263-286, 2019.
  55. Vivek Singh, B. Mishra, R. Singh, “Dual-wideband Semi-circular Patch Antenna for Ku/KBand Applications,” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters., vol. 61, no. 2, pp. 323-329,2019.
  56. Vinay N A and Bharathi S H, “Dysfluency Recognition By using Spectral Entropy Features”, International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Volume-8, Issue-6, 517-520, August-2019, (Scopus http://www.ijeat.org/download/volume-8-issue-6) ISSN-2249 – 8958.
  57. Vinay N A, Vidyasagar K N, Bharathi S H, “A DEEP NEURAL NETWORK (DNN) FOR THE RECOGNITION OF SPEECH DISFLUENCY”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume-120,issue-6, (Scopus) ISSN : 311-8080 (PRINTED VERSION) 1314-3395 (ON-LINE VERSION).
  58. Vinay N A, Bharathi S H, “Study and Analysis of Speech Disfluency for Real Time Applications”, International Conference on Signal, Image Processing, Communication & Automation, volume-3 , issue-4 , 354-362 , ISSN- 24551694 , http://thegrenze.com/index.php?display=page&view=journalabstract&absid=348&id=9
  59. Ravi Kumar M G, Abhishek J, Jitendra, “Review on Secure Medical tags for reducing Medical errorand drug interaction with EHR system”, IJSRT, Volume 5, issue 2, Feb-2019
  60. Ravi Kumar M G, Nandini R, Meghana, Manasa V S, Rajeshwari, “Review on AI based Robot for real time Object detection and tracking”, 9th International Conference on Recent Engineering and Technology, New Horizon College of Engineering, May -2019.

FUNDED PROJECTS

Name of the faculty TITLE OF THE PROPOSAL FUNDING AGENCY FUND RECIEVED/S ANCTIONED ACADEMIC YEAR REMARKS
Dr. Nagesh K N (Program Coordinator) Applications of NI LabVIEW AICTE, New Delhi 389433 2020-21 Funds Received and all 3 phases STTP is completed.
Dr. NAGESH K N (PI) Semiconductor and Electronics System Design LAB(SESDL) MODROB, AICTE 8Lakhs 2019-20 Received Funds of Rs 8 Lakhs in the month of Jan 2020
Dr. Rohith S "Machine Learning Applications on Image Processing" ATAL,AICTE New Delhi 93,000 2021-22 Received Funds of Rs 93,000 in the month of Jan 2022
Dr. Rohith S Smart assistive shoes and cane to guide visually challenged people Karnataka State Council For Science And Technology 5000 2019-2020 Sanctioned on March-2020
Dr. H Venkatesh Kumar HAM Radio(amateur radio) Used for Transmitting / Receiving Agriculture Market information and early warning communications for emergency situations in remote Village areas Karnataka State Council For Science And Technology (KSCST), Delhi 5500 2019-2020 Sanctioned on March-2020
Dr. Rohith S Mr.KasettyRambabu Intelligence WSN Interceptor For Vehicles Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) 6000.00 2018-2019 Completed
Mrs.Roopa G Vehicle Theft Monitoring Using DTMF and Andriod Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) 7000=00 2017-18 Completed
Dr. PremjyothiPatil WSN based advanced agricultural vehicale operated using smart phone-AGRIBOT Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) 4000/- 2015-16 Completed
Dr. Nagesh K N Dr. Rohith S Mr. Rambabu K Pick And Place assembly Operator PMKVY, Skill Development Cell, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) 36450/- 2016-2018 Completed
Dr. K N Haribhat Mr.Sudindtakumar K Low prower predictive Control Vision Group Of Science and Technology, VGST 500000 2010-2013 Completed

PUBLISHED BOOKS

BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLISHED IN SPRINGER NATURE

  1. K. Srivastava, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, A. Sharma, “Dual Band, Dual Port Dielectric Resonator Based MIMO Antenna with Bi-directional Pattern Diversity using PRS”,VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), (Springer Nature), 2021 – (Accepted for Publication)
  2. A.K Singh, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, V. Singh, R.S Yadav, “Modeling and Investigation of Novel Two-Port UWB- MIMO Antenna with Enhanced Isolation”,VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), (Springer Nature), 2021 – (Accepted for Publication)
  3. Mallanna S D, Nagesh K.N, Sreenivasa T V, A.K Dwivedi, “Design and Analysis of Four Port MIMO Antenna for n77 and MTI Wireless Edge 5G Applications”, 3rd International Conference on Communication and Intelligent Systems, Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems (LNNS), Springer, 2021 (Accepted for Publication)
  4. B. Mishra, Vivek Singh, A.K Dwivedi, A. K. Pandey, A. Sarwar, and R. Singh, “Slots loaded multilayered circular patch antenna for Wi-Fi/WLAN applications” Computing and Network Sustainability, Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems (LNSS), Springer, pp. 49–59, 2017. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-3935-5_6 2017
  5. A.K Dwivedi,A. Sharma and A.K. Singh, “Triple-Band Reconstruct Circular Aperture Loaded CDRA Deploying HE11δ and HE21δ Modes for Wireless Applications” Intelligent Computing and Smart Communication, Algorithms for Intelligent Systems, Springer, pp. 697-704, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-0633-8_70
  6. A.K Dwivedi,A. Sharma and A.K. Singh, “ Dual-Band Dual Mode Orthogonally Placed CDRA based MIMO Antenna for Wi-Fi/WLAN Applications” VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer, vol. 683, pp. 135-143, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-6840-4_11
  7. A.K Dwivedi,A. Sharma, A.K. Singh and V. Singh “Novel Design of Cylindrical DRA built MIMO antenna for 5G future prospective covering (n78/n79) bands” VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer, vol. 777, pp. 79-88, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-2761-3_7
  8. A.K Dwivedi, B. Mishra and V. Singh, “ A CPW-Fed Annular Shape Antenna with Asymmetrical Hexagonal Slot Loaded Defected Ground Plane for Ultra-Wideband Applications” Optical & Wireless Technologies, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer,vol. 771, pp. 483-490, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-2818-4_52
  9. K. Srivastava, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, A. Sharma,“Dual Band, Dual Port Dielectric Resonator Based MIMO Antenna with Bi-directional Pattern Diversity using PRS” VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer, 2021 (Under Production)
  10. A.K Singh, A.K Dwivedi, Nagesh K.N, V. Singh, R.S Yadav, “Modeling and Investigation of Novel Two-Port UWB- MIMO Antenna with Enhanced Isolation”,VLSI, Communication and Signal Processing, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering (LNEE), Springer, 2021 (Under Production)
  11. Mallanna S D, Sreenivasa T V, Nagesh K.N, A.K Dwivedi*, “Design and Analysis of Four Port MIMO Antenna for n77 and MTI Wireless Edge 5G Applications”, 2nd International Conference on Industrial Electronics Mechatronics, Electrical & Mechanical Power, American Institute of Physics (AIP) conference proceedings, 2021 (Under Production) (*Corresponding author)

ACTIVITIES

EVENTS ORGANISED

AICTE ACTIVITY

NCET, Electronics & Communication Engineering Department arranged AICTE Activity Point Program at Nandi Village, Chikkaballapura on 5th May 2022 for 6th semester ECE students.

AICTE STTP

AICTE Sponsored Six Days Short Term Training Program (STTP) on Applications of NI LabVIEW Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering in three phases in 2020-21.

ALUMNI TALK

The Department of Electronics and communication, Nagarjuna College of Engineering And Technology organized a Distinguished Alumni talk on “Overview of Azur Tools and IOS Applications” on 21/05/2022 for Fourth and Eighth semester EC students.

IEEE-CONFERENCE

The INCON-2020 was co-organized by Electronics and Communication Engineering and Computer Science Engineering, Nagarjuna College of Engineering and technology technically sponsored by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Bangalore Section. INOCON-2020 International Conference is a forum to bring together business people, researchers, scientists, software architects, and industry professionals to discuss innovative ideas and diverse topics on next generation of Emerging technologies and services. The conference received the overwhelming responses across various countries. INCET-2020 Served as a platform for all budding researchers to innovate and collaborate their research in various domains in single platform. Hundreds of attendees, paper presenters, keynote and tutorial participants, students have benefited in many ways from this conference. More than 1000 scientific papers were presented by authors from 10countries. 7 Invited, Keynote and Tutorial Speakers from different countries addressed to audience and shared knowledge and rich experience of application of ICT in their companies and countries.

EXPERT TALK

An expert talk on “Antenna design: Recent development and challenges” was organized by department of ECE on 21/05/2022. About 94 students of 6th semester attended the expert talk. The teaching and non-teaching staffs were present. The Resource person Dr. Anand Sharma , Assistant Professor, MNNIT Allahabad explained about basics of antenna, types of antenna, antenna design parameters. He gave information about recent developments of antenna and discusses the parameters such as Reflection coefficient, radiation pattern, Antenna efficiency, gain polarization and efficiency.

INDUSTRAIL VISIT TO DIQA

The 6th semester students of Electronics and Communication Engineering undergone the industry visit to Defense Institute of Quality Assurance, Bangalore on 17th December 2021.

INDUSTRY VISIT TO UNIBIC

The Department of Electronics and communication Engineering, Nagarjuna College Of Engineering And Technology had organized a one day industrial visit to the" Unibic factory, Bengaluru" on 12/05/2022 for fourth-semester EC students. A total of 32 students along with three faculties Mrs Deepthi Prakash, Ms.Jyothi J and Mr Sreenivasulu K N have joined the visit. The onsite guiding staff was very supportive to all students and guided to his best. On Thursday 12th May, 2022 for 4rd Semester students, Department of Electronics and Communication has Organized an industrial visit to UNIBIC Company. This visit was for the awareness of The students on the production and Automation process of the company.

INDUSTRY VISIT TO ECO MOTORS

7th semester students of Electronics and Communication Engineering are visited NDS Eco Motors Private Limited.

VALUE ADDED COURSES

In collaboration with Placement Department, As a part of providing Insights and Exploring different Opportunities in Software Industry, an Expert Talk Session has been conducted for 6th Semester Students on 09th April 2022 at 1.30 P M. Session was chaired by Principal Dr.B.V Ravi Shankar, Dr.Nagesh K N, Prof & HOD, Dept.of ECE. The renowned Guest for the Session was Dr. Vishwa Kiran, Corporate Trainer. Dr. Vishwa Kiran interacted with Students about the Academics and informed how the Value-added Courses will play an effective role in shaping their career.

WORKSHOP ON ROBOTICS

ECE Department organized Three Day hands on workshop on Robotic application using TI Microcontroller under Robotic club from 16th to 18th September 2019. Dr. S G Gopala Krishna, Director NES, Dr. Srikantamurthy K Principal, NCET, Dr. K N Nagesh HOD ECE and Mr. Gaurav Bisuness Head Edgate Technology (Associate Partners of Texas Instrument University Program) inagurated the workshop on 16/09/2019. More than 50 students Registered and participated the workshop. At the end of the workshop Department received One Robotic Kit (RSLK) worth of Rs10,000 which is helpful to learn, develop and Participate Robotic related activities. Dr. ROHITH S Associate Professor, Department of ECE Organized and Coordinated the Event.

WORKSHOP ON IOT

Electronics and Communication department organized three Days Hands-on Workshop on IOT and Embedded System Design from 13.01.2020 to 15.01.2020.

BOARD OF STUDIES

Sr.No. Members Designation Designation on Board
1 Dr. Nagesh. K. N Professor & Head (ECE), NCET Chairman
2 Dr. H Venkatesh Kumar Professor & NCET Member
3 Dr. Basavaraj G M Associate Professor & NCET Member
4 Dr. Rohith S Associate Professor & NCET Member
5 Dr. Ajay Kumar Dwivedi Associate Professor & NCET Member
6 Dr. Vivek Singh Associate Professor, NCET Member
7 Dr. Vinay N A Associate Professor, NCET Member
8 Dr. Ravi Kumar M G Associate Professor,NCET Member
9 Mr. Harish V Assistant Professor, NCET Member
10 Mr. Sreenivasulu K N Assistant Professor, NCET Member
11 Mr. Mahesh Shastri Assistant Professor,NCET Member
12 Ms. Jyothi S K PAssistant Professor, NCET Member
13 Dr. Dinesh. P Professor Department of ECE Dayananada Sagar of Engg., Bengaluru
Expert nominee by Vice-Chancellor, VTU
Member
14 Dr. Satheesha T Y Professor & HOD, Department of ECE, CMR University, Bengaluru
Subject experts nominated by Academic Council
Member
15 Dr. Durga Prasad Associate Professor Department of ECE, NMAMIT, Mangalore
Subject experts nominated by Academic Council
Member
16 Dr. Rashmi
Priyadarshini B K
AAssociate Professor School of ECE, REVA University , Bengaluru
Subject experts nominated by Academic Council
Member
17 Dr. Nagesh Poojary Lead Technical Architect, Continental Automotive Components Pvt. Ltd.
Expert from Industry nominated by Academic Council
Member
18 Mr. Karthik Kanda Swamy EC Cube InfoTech Private limited, Bengaluru
Expert from Industry nominated by Academic Council
Member
19 Mr. Vishwas. J. B Manager, UEI Bengaluru.
Meritorious Alumnus
Member
19 Dr. Syed Naimatullah Hussain Professor & HOD, Department of Data Science, NCET, Bengaluru..
College Co-opts
Member