Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

HOD's Message

Prof. Sanjay S. Badhe
M.E.(Electronics),PhD (Pursuing)
HOD (Electronics & Telecommunications Engg.),
Ph: 02114-302067
Email:sanjay.badhe@dyptc.edu.in

       Telecommunications engineering, is a major field within electronic engineering. The work ranges from basic circuit design to strategic mass developments. A telecommunication engineer is responsible for designing and overseeing the installation of telecommunications equipment and facilities, such as complex electronic switching systems, copper telephone facilities, and fiber optics. Telecom engineering also overlaps heavily with broadcast engineering. Intake of our department in F.E. is 60, DSE is 60 and M.E. is 24 so total Intake is of 144.
             Department has well equipped laboratories and excellent computational facilities. World class software like Proteous, IE3D, Xilinx, Micro wind, etc. are available in the Department to work on top-of-the line projects in various areas of Electronics and multidisciplinary Engineering projects. Department is having Advanced and well equipped laboratories such as Computing Communication, Antenna, VLSI Embedded Laboratory and soon.Faculty members and students are actively engaged in research. For overall development of the students, Guest Lectures from eminent persons in the field, Industrial visits, Technical Workshops and seminars, Soft Skill training programs are planned on regular basis.
          A blend of experienced, highly qualified and motivated academic faculty contribute to achieve academic excellence by providing the best possible education, training and mentoring to the students. Students are encouraged to pursue higher education like ME/MTech and MS. All eligible students are placed in MNC’s and well established industries. We also provide placement grooming sessions, trainings,internships and consistent counselling for their placement in multinational MNC’S and core companies. The Department has been consistently working towards the goal to produce highly skilled and scientifically oriented manpower through flexible, adaptive and progressive training programs along with cohesive interaction with the research organizations, academicians and industries.