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ITSEC Newsletter Reflection from ECE HOD at ITS

ITSEC Newsletter

Reflection, Vol 4, 2019

         From The Desk of H.O.D. (ECE Department)

Dear Readers

Last three decades have been very significant as far as the impact of Technology on Society is concerned. Ability to send information of any type, anywhere, and  anytime has altered the way societies live and transact their businesses, be it education, production of goods, selling of goods, entertainment, managing house hold, education, information transaction between individuals, individual to masses, health care, governance etc. Every aspect of social order is getting affected, this is only the beginning of changes in a Technology driven Society. What technology holds for the Society is any one’s guess? Some of the scientists and thinkers have tried to predict what science and technology holds for us, say by 2030. Michio Kaku (Great Physicist of our time) expresses in his book ‘Physics of the Future’ and video lecture ‘The world in 2030’ (You Tube), a glimpse of technology driven society and our role in it. This is just decade plus away.

 To stay relevant as an engineer, or as a technologist, or as a scientist in tomorrow’s society is not going to be easy for any student. Therefore, effective utilisation of four years for any student in the institute has become very crucial. One can choose to improve upon their class room participation by doing following:  

  • Asking questions.                                                                                                                                                                           
  • Studying together.
  • Not blaming your Professor.
  • Being prepared to work hard but know your limits.
  • Getting involved with the work.
  • Taking notes. (Do not use electronic devices)
  • Taking pride in your work.
  • Not under estimating yourself.                                                                                                                                                    

Above points will help you in grooming yourself with the set of skills that will be imperative for engineers of tomorrow. I welcome faculty members and undergraduate students who have joined the department during the current academic year. I hope they value their time and utilise departmental facilities optimally. Department has been accredited its undergraduate program by NBA for academic years 2017-18, 18-19 and 19-20. The focus of assessment has been ‘outcome based education (OBE)’. A buzz word for tomorrow’s engineering education in India. Our country has also become a full member of Washington Accord. Let’s have good time during the semester. Good luck and Good Bye.

Dr. Monika Jain (H.O.D. ECE Department)

Vision

To be recognized as a center of excellence to produce entrepreneurial, skilled, creative, ethical and innovative engineers to meet the challenging requirements of Electronics and Communication industries and to cater the needs of the society.

Mission

M1: To make the Electronics and Communication Engineering Department a preferable destination for admissions.

M2: To provide quality technical education in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

M3: To create competent and innovative professionals who are well-trained for designing and implementing Electronics and Communication Circuits.

M4: To provide continuous improvement in the quality of academics and creating professional ethical values.

M5: To make Electronics and Communication Engineering Department a learning and responsive center through innovative and entrepreneurial learning centric approach.

M6: To promote the center of excellence in teaching and to nurture the spirit of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship among the students and the faculty members. 

Program Educational Objectives

PEO1: To be well familiar with the fundamentals of Electronics and Communication Engineering for leading a successful career in industry or entrepreneur or pursue higher education.

PEO2: To instill rational approach towards constantly evolving technologies with ethical responsibility.

PEO3: To endorse techno-commercial skills to provide innovative solutions of problems related to Electronics and Communication areas.

PEO4: To contribute in life-long learning in the pertinent sphere for addressing global societal needs.

Program Outcomes

B.Tech ECE Program Objectives at  ITS

PO1: ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering   fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.


PO2: PROBLEM ANALYSIS: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering   problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and   engineering sciences.


PO3: DESIGN/DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS: Design solutions for complex engineering problems   and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration  for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.


PO4: CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS: The problems:

·  that cannot be solved by straightforward application of knowledge, theories and techniques applicable to the engineering discipline.

·  that may not have a unique solution.

·  that requires consideration of appropriate constraints/requirements not explicitly given in the problem statement.

·  which need to be defined (modeled) within appropriate mathematical framework.

·  that often require use of modern computational concepts and tools.


PO5: MODERN TOOL USAGE: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern   engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an   understanding of the limitations.


PO6: 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 engineering practice.

B.Tech ECE Program Results at  ITS

PO7: ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY: Understand the impact of the professional engineering   solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for   sustainable development.


PO8: ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of   the engineering practice.


PO9: INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader   in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.


PO10: COMMUNICATION: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the   engineering community and with the society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write   effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear   instructions.


PO11: PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the   engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a   team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.


PO12: LIFE-LONG LEARNING: 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.

B.Tech ECE Alumni List at  ITS

STUDENTS’S ACHIEVEMENTS

·  24 students qualified DrishTI- online exam on MSP430 microcontrollers conducted by Texas Instruments at I.T.S Engg. College on 19th April 2019.

·  Abhishek Kumar Jaiswal (First Position), Sameer (Second Position) and Arshi Zeba (Second Position) inDrishTI- online exam. Winners of the event were awarded with certificates and TI kits from Texas Instruments.

·  50 ECE students successfully completed the NPTEL Certification in  2019.

·  Satyam Jaiswal got Elite and Silver in NPTEL- Data science with python.

·  Suhail (7th Sem ECE), Abhishek Jaiswal (5th Sem ECE) and Tushar Verma (3rd Sem ECE) secured first position in Robo Race state level event organized by AKTU at CAS, Lucknow on 22nd  – 23rd Nov, 2019.

·  Suhail (7th Sem ECE), Abhishek Jaiswal (5th Sem ECE) and Tushar Verma (3rd  Sem ECE) secured first position in Robo Race event organized by Skyline Institute of Engineering, Greater Noida on 8th – 9th Nov, 2019.

·  Sanjay Adhikari (7th Sem ECE) secured second position in Robo Race event organized by ITSEC, Greater Noida on 18th Oct, 2019 at TECHTRIX-2019.

·  Sanjay Adhikari (7th Sem ECE),  Vikas Kumar Baranwal (7th Sem ECE), Suhail (7th Sem ECE), secured first position in Robo Race event organized by ITSEC, Greater Noida on 18th Oct, 2019 at TECHTRIX-2019.

·  Mohd. Sahil (7th Sem ECE) & Suhail (7th Sem ECE secured first position in Drone War event organized by ITSEC, Greater Noida on 18th Oct, 2019 at TECHTRIX-2019.

Texas Instruments Pvt. Ltd. Award to ITS



Prizes for the winners and Memento for the faculty coordinators (Ms. Garima Chandel & Ms. Manju Singh) from Texas Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

  


Robo Race event zonal level first Position of ITS



Suhail (7th Sem ECE), Abhishek Jaiswal (5th Sem ECE) and Tushar Verma (3rd  Sem ECE) secured first position in Robo Race zonal level event at  Skyline Institute of Engineering.


 first position in Robo Race state level event organized by AKTU
Suhail (7th Sem ECE), Abhishek Jaiswal (5th Sem ECE) and Tushar Verma (3rd Sem ECE) secured first position in Robo Race state level event organized by AKTU at CAS, Lucknow.

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES OF ECE DEPARTMENT

Farewell part B.Tech ECE Students






FAREWELL PARTY ‘Mehfil E Rukhsat 2019’


​​EC-UTSAV 2019 at ITS




EC-UTSAV 2K-19


Expo Visit for students of B. Tech ECE Students




An Expo Visit for students of B. Tech. 2nd ECE at India Expo Centre – Greater Noida (Electronica India 2019)


Machine Learning Workshop for ECE Students at ITS




One Day Workshop on Machine Learning on 21st August 2019


Faculty Corner

International/ National Research Publications

v  Dr. Ashish Gupta presented a paper titled – “Continuous-Time High Frequency current-mode KHN equivalent biquad using MOS complementary current mirror” in 8th International Conference on Innovations in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ICIECE-2019) at GNIT, Hyderabad from 2-3rd August, 2019.

v   Mr. Agha A Husain presented a paper titled – “Realization of continuous-time current-mode Tow-Thomas equivalent biquad using bipolar current mirror” in 8th International Conference on Innovations in Electronics and Communication Engineering (ICIECE-2019) at GNIT, Hyderabad from 2-3rd August, 2019. 

v  Dr. Monika Jain presented a paper titled – “Production of Bio-Gas and Organic Fertilizer using canteen and kitchen waste” in 2nd International Conference on Power, Environment and Intelligent Control  (PEEIC)-2019 at GLBITM, Greater Noida from 18-19th October, 2019.

v    Ms. Garima Chandel presented a paper titled – “Patient specific Seizure Onset-Offset Latency detection using long-term EEG Signals” in International Conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering (UPCON)-2019 at ZH College of Engineering and Technology, AMU, Aligarh from 8-10th November, 2019.

v  Mohd Hamza Naim Shaikh, Omar Farooq, Garima Chandel EMD Analysis of EEG Signals for Seizure Detection. In Advances in System Optimization and Control 2019 (pp. 189-196). Springer, Singapore.  (scopus)

v  Anshu Parashar, Ritesh K. Rai, Ashish Gupta, Amendra Bhandari,“Current-Mode KHN-Equivalent Biquad Filter using  Current-Mirror” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol. 14, no. 10, pp. 54-59, 2019.

v  Ritesh K. Rai, Ashish Gupta, Jitendra Kumar, Amendra Bhandari, “Compensation in MOS Current Mirrors” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol. 14, no. 10, pp. 47-53, 2019.

v  Garima Chandel, Prashant Upadhyay, Omar Farooq, Yusuf U. Khan, “Detection of Seizure Event and Its Onset/Offset using Orthonormal Triadic Wavelet Based Features” IRBM, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 103-112, 2019.

v  Monika Singh, Navneet Kumar, Santanu Dwari, Pradyot Kala, “Metamaterial‐inspired miniaturized antenna loaded with IDC and meander line inductor using partial ground plane”, International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering, vol. 29, no. 9, 2019.

v  Agha Asim Husain, Tanmoy Maity, Ravindra Kumar Yadav, “Vehicle detection in intelligent transport system under a hazy environment: a survey”, IET Image Processing, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 1-10, 2019.


FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS/ SEMINARS/WORKSHOP ATTENDED

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Dr. Ashish Gupta, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Dr. Monika Jain, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·   FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Dr. Monika Bhatnagar, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Dr. Leena Arya, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Ms. Garima Chandel, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Ms. Manju Singh, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Mr. Navneet Kumar, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Mr. Agha A Husain, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Mr. Parveer Saxena, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Industrial Automation” at ITSEC Greater Noida, Mr. Prabhakar Sharma, ECE Department, 22-26 July 2019.

·  FDP on “Recent Development in optical Communication & Antenna Technology” at GCET Greater Noida, Ms. Manju Singh, ECE Department, 14-18 October  2019.

·  FDP on “Recent Development in optical Communication & Antenna Technology” at GCET Greater Noida, Ms. Garima Chandel, ECE Department, 14-18 October  2019.

·  FDP on “Recent Development in optical Communication & Antenna Technology” at GCET Greater Noida, Dr. Monika Jain , ECE Department, 14-18 October  2019.

 

MOOC COURSES

·  DR. ASHISH GUPTA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Control engineering”, 2019

·  DR. LEENA ARYA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Evolution of Air Interface towards 5G”, 2019

·  Mr. NAVNEET KUMAR successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Principles of Signals and Systems”, 2019

·  Ms. MANJU SINGH successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Digital electronic circuits”, 2019

·  Mr. AGHA ASIM HUSAIN successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Machine Learning”, 2019

·  Mr. AGHA ASIM HUSAIN successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Machine Learning for Engineering and Science Applications”, 2019

·  Mr. PRAVEER SAXENA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Introduction to Internet of Things”, 2019

·  Mr. PRABHAKAR SHARMA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Introduction to Internet of Things”, 2019

·  DR. ASHISH GUPTA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Analog Circuits”, 2019

·  Mr. PRAVEER SAXENA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Ethical Hacking”, 2019

·  Ms. MANJU SINGH successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Digital  circuits”, 2019

·  Mr. AGHA ASIM HUSAIN successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Introduction to Machine Learning-IIT Kharagpur”, 2019

·  Ms. GARIMA CHANDEL successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Digital  circuits”, 2019

·  DR. ASHISH GUPTA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Electrical Measurement and Electronic Instruments”, 2019

·  DR. ASHISH GUPTA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Op Amp Practical Applications Design Simulation and Implementation”, 2019

·  Mr. PRABHAKAR SHARMA successfully completed NPTEL course on  “Ethical Hacking”, 2019

NewGen IEDC

NewGen IEDC Certificate ITS

NewGen IEDC at ITS Engineering College is an organization geared towards speeding up the growth and success of startup and early stage companies. NewGen IEDC has a mission to “promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment” In view of this, the National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology (DST), has taken an initiative of introducing this scheme for setting up “New Generation Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Centers (NewGen IEDCs)” being implemented by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad.In this initiative DST is providing a grant of Rs. 2.87 cr over a  period of 5 year.

With the establishment of NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College, Undergraduate students, Post graduate students, doctoral students, alumni and faculties at NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College would be entertained to convert their business ideas into successful commercial or social ventures.

NewGen IEDC, ITS Engineering College offers integrated, customized Innovation-Based Incubation support services for potential high investable entrepreneurs and enterprises.  It scouts for innovative entrepreneurs, builds on ideation leading to develop a business concepts, provides skills and competencies trough capacity building/ training programs towards building effective enterprises.