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Thakur College of Engineering and Technology Department of Electronics Engineering ETRX Welcomes NBA committee….

Thakur College of Engineering and Technology Department of Electronics Engineering ETRX Welcomes NBA committee…. . 12 th February 2016

Thakur College of Engineering & Technology

Thakur College of Engineering & Technology

Outline v Department Profile v Vision & Mission v PEOs v Overview & Evaluation

Outline v Department Profile v Vision & Mission v PEOs v Overview & Evaluation of Course Outcome v Assessment & Evaluation of POs v Curriculum Design & Revision v Academic Performance of students v Faculty Development v Summary 3

Department Profile v Establishment of Department : 2009 -10 v Sanctioned Intake of 60

Department Profile v Establishment of Department : 2009 -10 v Sanctioned Intake of 60 v Consistent result above 88% v Consistent placement record v Fourth University topper in 2012 v Seventh University topper in 2015 v 14 full time faculty members v Associate Professor : 5, Assistant Professor : 8, Teaching Assistant : 1 v 93% faculty is Post Graduate + 2 Ph. D. (Engg) + 4 Pursuing Ph. D. (Engg) v 60% faculty with Experience higher than 5 years in TCET

Department Profile v Infrastructure v 3 Dedicated Classrooms and 9 laboratories v 1 Staff-rooms

Department Profile v Infrastructure v 3 Dedicated Classrooms and 9 laboratories v 1 Staff-rooms with seating capacity 18(Room No: 402)& HOD Office v Department Library (Room No: 103) : >170 books + 54 project reports v 3 Seminar Halls and 1 Auditorium 1 Central Library (shared) v ICT Infrastructure : v 900 Computers on LAN : 64 ETRX department v 12 Mbps Leased line : Upgrading to 52 Mbps v 2 Mbps Leased line for Remote center With 4 IP addresses v Intercom Facility with 200 lines & PRI connection from TATA Communication v Multimedia Projection facility in classrooms v CCTV cameras in Common area.

Department Profile contd… v Professional Body Membership : IETE v Collaboration: Professional body –IEEE,

Department Profile contd… v Professional Body Membership : IETE v Collaboration: Professional body –IEEE, ISTE, CSI IET , ISTE, IJCA, IJAIS, etc v Industry Campus Connect : Infosys, Microsoft, Oracle Inc. , Accenture, Persistent, TATA Technologies, etc v Institute Connect : IIT Bombay, IIT Kharagpur University of Mumbai for faculty SDP: Student Development Program, FDP: Faculty Development Program , Sessions through Remote Center (RC) 6

Vision, Mission & Programme Educational Objectives

Vision, Mission & Programme Educational Objectives

Department Vision and Mission Vision: Thakur College of Engineering and Technology will excel in

Department Vision and Mission Vision: Thakur College of Engineering and Technology will excel in Technical Education to become an internationally renowned premier institute of Engineering and Technology Vision: Electronics Department of Thakur College of Engineering and Technology (TCET) will thrive to achieve academic excellence in Electronics and Electronics related Technical Education in Mumbai University to develop internationally competent professionals with a sense of responsibility and social sensitivity. Mission: To provide state-of the-art infrastructure and right academic ambience for developing professional skills as well as an environment for growth of leadership and managerial skills to students which will make them competent engineers to deliver quality results in industry.

Department Vision and Mission Vision: Electronics Department of Thakur College of Engineering and Technology

Department Vision and Mission Vision: Electronics Department of Thakur College of Engineering and Technology (TCET) will thrive to achieve academic excellence in Electronics and Electronics related Technical Education in Mumbai University to develop internationally competent professionals with a sense of responsibility and social sensitivity. Mission: Electronics department’s mission is to achieve academic excellence by creating the right academic ambience, nurturing, enhancing personal and professional skills enabling the students to compete globally.

Organogram of ETRX

Organogram of ETRX

Programme Educational Objectives PEO 1: To provide students with a strong foundation in the

Programme Educational Objectives PEO 1: To provide students with a strong foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems at hand to prepare them for graduate studies. PEO 2: To prepare students to demonstrate an ability to identify, formulate and solve electronics engineering problems. PEO 3: To prepare students to demonstrate ability to design electrical and electronics systems and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data. PEO 4: To prepare students to demonstrate for successful career in industry to meet the needs of Indian and multi-national companies. PEO 5: To develop the ability among students to synthesize data and technical concepts from applications to product design. PEO 6: To provide opportunity to students to work as a team on multidisciplinary projects and to promote awareness among students for life-long learning and introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice.

Keywords of ETRX / Institute mapped to PEOs Key Components Department Mission PEOs PEO

Keywords of ETRX / Institute mapped to PEOs Key Components Department Mission PEOs PEO 1 PEO 2 PEO 3 PEO 4 PEO 5 PEO 6 KWMD 1 Academic Excellence ✓ ✓ ✓ KWMD 2 Right academic ambience ✓ ✓ ✓ KWMD 3 Nurturing & enhancing personal skills ✓ - - ✓ ✓ ✓ KWMD 4 Nurturing & enhancing professional skills ✓ ✓ ✓ KWMD 5 Globally competent students ✓ ✓ ✓ KWMI 1 Infrastructure & Academic ambience ✓ ✓ ✓ KWMI 2 Professional skills ✓ ✓ ✓ - - - ✓ ✓ ✓ Institute Mission KWMI 3 Leadership & Managerial skills KWMI 4 Competent engineers KWMI 5 Quality result in the industry

Attainment of PEOs • Mathematics and Basic Sciences , Basic Engineering courses • Humanities

Attainment of PEOs • Mathematics and Basic Sciences , Basic Engineering courses • Humanities & Social Sciences University • Professional core & Elective curriculum • Workshops &Technical Seminars • Industrial Visit & internship • AOP, Conference, GEPT, etc Cocurricular Activities IOCC &Bridge courses • Professional Ethics and Moral values • Use of technology and modern tools • Project Management AOP: Academic Orientation Programme GEPT: General English Proficiency Training IOCC : Industry Oriented Campus connect

Attainment of PEOs VISION University Campuscurriculum connect & first Year & Co-curricular activities Bridge

Attainment of PEOs VISION University Campuscurriculum connect & first Year & Co-curricular activities Bridge courses second to final year Attainment PEO 1: Foundation for basic engineering ✓✓✓ University curriculum first Year & PEO 2 : Ability to identify, formulate and solve electronics engg ✓✓✓ problems second to final PEO 3: Ability to design electrical and electronics systems & conduct year ✓✓✓ experiments PEO 4: Prepare students for successful career in the industry ✓✓✓ MISSION Campus Connect, Bridge courses PEO 5: Synthesize data and technical concepts from applications to product design ✓✓✓ Co-curricular PEO 6: Prepare for Multidisciplinary projects and for life-long learning activities ✓✓✓ Attainment > 60% ✓ Attainment: 45 to 60% ✓ Attainment : 6 to 45% ✓ ✓ Attainment <6%

%contribution of curriculm, campus connect and co-curricular Contribution of University Curriculum, Campus Connect, Bridge

%contribution of curriculm, campus connect and co-curricular Contribution of University Curriculum, Campus Connect, Bridge Courses and Co-curricular Activity 100 % Contribution of Curriculum Campus Connect & Co-curricular to PEO 94. 19 90 %Contribution ofcurriculum to the PEOs 86. 11 80 70 62. 5 65. 75 62. 5 60 50 50 47. 69 % Contribution of the Campus connects and bridge courses with the PEOs 62. 5 59. 26 52. 29 49. 07 37. 5 40 37. 5 30 20 10 0 5. 81 0 0 PEO 1 PEO 2 PEO 3 3. 24 PEO 4 Programme Educational Objective PEO 5 PEO 6 Percentage Contribution of Cocurricular Activities

Achievement of PEOs Alumni Survey PEO 1 Education in ETRX prepared me in Theoretical

Achievement of PEOs Alumni Survey PEO 1 Education in ETRX prepared me in Theoretical knowledge of math, science and engineering How many students University Results Passed How many students passed with Distinction /First class Tools Criteria 50 % of the respondents should agree or strongly agree 81% FE-70% 55. 3% 50% of those passed Goals 81. 5% Achievements

Achievement of PEOs Education at ETRX prepared me in Alumni Survey Corporate Feedback Identifying,

Achievement of PEOs Education at ETRX prepared me in Alumni Survey Corporate Feedback Identifying, formulating, and solving problems Practical use of Knowledge and skills 50 % of the respondents should agree or strongly agree 85% Above 70% 80% PEO 2 How many students Passed SE-75% TE- 85% BE- 90% University Results How many students passed with Distinction/First class Tools Criteria 50% of those passed Goals SE-73. 13% TE- 92. 65% BE- 97. 3% SE-73. 53% TE- 43. 03% BE- 73. 53% Achievements

Achievement of PEOs Education at ETRX prepared me in oral 50 % of the

Achievement of PEOs Education at ETRX prepared me in oral 50 % of the respondents should agree or strongly agree 87% 50 % of the respondents should agree or strongly agree 83% Education at ETRX prepared me for multi-disciplinary Team Work 50 % of the respondents should agree or strongly agree 87% Team spirit Above 70% 88% communication Alumni Survey PEO 6 Education at ETRX prepared me in written Communication Corporate Feedback Communication skills Tools Criteria Above 70% Goals 84% Achievements

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes 1. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of electrical and electronics engineering. 2. Ability

Program Outcomes 1. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of electrical and electronics engineering. 2. Ability to demonstrate ability to identify, formulate and solve electronics engineering problems. 3. Ability to design electrical and electronic circuits and conduct experiments with electrical systems, analyze and interpret data. 4. Ability to design digital and analog systems and component. 5. Ability to visualize and work on laboratory and multidisciplinary tasks. 6. Ability to demonstrate skills to use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to analyze problems. 7. Ability to demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities. 8. Ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form. 9. Understanding of impact of engineering solutions on the society and also will be aware of contemporary issues. 10. To develop confidence for self education and ability for life-long learning. 11. Ability to recognize and adapt to emerging applications in engineering and technology. 12. To participate and succeed in competitive examinations like GATE, GRE.

✓✓ • PO 1: Demonstrate knowledge ✓ • PO 2: Identify, formulate and solve

✓✓ • PO 1: Demonstrate knowledge ✓ • PO 2: Identify, formulate and solve problems ✓ ✓✓ • PO 3 Design, intrepert & conduct experiments ✓✓✓ • PO 4: Design systems & component. ✓✓✓✓ • PO 5: Visualize & work on multidisciplinary tasks ✓✓✓ • PO 6: Use modern engineering tools ✓✓✓✓ • PO 7: Professional &ethical ✓✓ responsibilities • PO 8: communicate effectively ✓ • PO 9: Impact of engg. solutions on the society ✓✓ • PO 10: Self education & life-long learning ✓✓✓ • PO 11: Recognize & adapt to emerging applications ✓✓✓ • PO 12: Succeed in competitive examinations ✓✓ PEOs POs Alignment of POs to PEOs ✓ • PEO 1: Foundation for basic engineering✓ • PEO 2 : Ability to identify, formulate and solve electronics Engg. problems ✓ • PEO 3: Ability to design electrical and ✓ electronics systems & conduct experiments • PEO 4: Prepare students for successful ✓ career in the industry • PEO 5: Synthesize data and technical concepts from applications to product ✓ design • PEO 6: Multidisciplinary projects & life-long ✓ learning

Correlation between POs & PEOs OPE Programme Outcomes PO 1 PO 2 PO 3

Correlation between POs & PEOs OPE Programme Outcomes PO 1 PO 2 PO 3 PO 4 PEO 1 √ √ PEO 2 √ √ √ PEO 3 √ √ √ √ √ PEO 4 PEO 5 PEO 6 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 PO 9 PO 10 PO 11 PO 12 √ √ √ √

 • PO 1: Demonstrate knowledge ✓ • PO 2: Identify, formulate and solve

• PO 1: Demonstrate knowledge ✓ • PO 2: Identify, formulate and solve problems ✓ • PO 3 Design, intrepert & conduct ✓✓ experiments • PO 4: Design systems & component. ✓✓ • PO 5: Visualize & work on ✓✓ multidisciplinary tasks • PO 6: Use modern engineering tools✓ ✓ • PO 7: Professional &ethical ✓✓ responsibilities • PO 8: communicate effectively ✓ • PO 9: Impact of engg. solutions on the society ✓✓✓ • PO 10: Self education & life-long learning ✓ ✓ • PO 11: Recognize & adapt to emerging ✓ applications • PO 12: Succeed in competitive examinations ✓ GAs POs Alignment of POs to Graduate Attributes • • • 1. Engineering Knowledge ✓ ✓ 2. Problem Analysis 3. Design & Development of Solutions ✓ 4. Conduct investigations of complex ✓ problems 5. Modern Tools Usage ✓ 6. The Engineer and Society ✓ 7. Environment & Sustainability ✓ 8. Ethics ✓ 9. Individual & Team work✓ 10. Communication ✓ Project management & Finance ✓ 12. Lifelong Learning ✓

Alignment of POs to Graduate Attributes Graduate attributes by NBA GA 1 GA 2

Alignment of POs to Graduate Attributes Graduate attributes by NBA GA 1 GA 2 GA 3 Programme Outcomes PO 1 PO 2 PO 3 PO 4 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 √ √ √ √ GA 6 √ GA 7 √ GA 8 √ √ √ GA 11 GA 12 PO 11 PO 12 √ GA 5 GA 10 PO 10 √ GA 4 GA 9 PO 9 √ √

Attainment of POs Course Outcomes • Course Objectives & outcome defined for each subject

Attainment of POs Course Outcomes • Course Objectives & outcome defined for each subject • COs mapped with POs • Validation: Term Test, Univ. Results , Student Validation &Survey • Delivery Methods , Learning resources Modes Of • Program Resource Book, Course file , Course Modules Delivery Of • Validation: Student Feedback Forms Courses Laboratory & Project • Domain: Project Proposal • Methodology, Result & Outcome • Validation: Project Evaluation Course Survey, Program Exit Survey, Alumni Survey

Attainment of POs: Curriculum Contribution of Theory and Lab Courses towards Attainment of POs

Attainment of POs: Curriculum Contribution of Theory and Lab Courses towards Attainment of POs 40 35 No. ofsubjects 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Th lab PO 1 40 38 PO 2 38 37 PO 3 30 31 PO 4 21 22 PO 5 32 32 PO 6 32 32 PO 7 13 13 PO 8 17 18 PO 9 23 22 PO 10 21 21 PO 11 27 26 PO 12 28 27

Students’ Skill Development Co-curriculum & Extra curriculum Activities v TCET-IETE Student Chapter Activities v

Students’ Skill Development Co-curriculum & Extra curriculum Activities v TCET-IETE Student Chapter Activities v v v v v Workshops v Project Competitions v Industrial Visits v Technical Festivals (Zephyr) Domain Activities v Technical Seminars v Student Development Programs Academic Orientation Programs R & D Activities IOW: Industry Oriented Workshop Pre-Placement Training GEPT NSS MUN 28

Students Activities & Outcomes National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) Membership in TCET was taken with

Students Activities & Outcomes National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) Membership in TCET was taken with a STUDENTS ACTIVITIES AND OUTCOMES PEOs: 4, 5, 6 mission to inspire, educate and support high EDC was to developed in A. Y. potential entrepreneurs create of highvalue jobs. 2014 -2015 • Mini projects for creating R&D rd and EDC Seminars • NEN organized events in the year 2014 -15: 4 competition for 3 awareness among the students Activities • It will provide a platform for the CELL TECHNICAL PAPER • year students. Workshop regarding entrepreneurship as students, researchers and faculty PRESENTATION acquainted with the current a career option. trends and practices in industrial • The objective of the conference is to bring ‘Industry Oriented Workshop’ is Mini together the specialists, experts from proposed in MULTICON Project NEN different fields and eminent personalities. CII MINDS EYE • Competi No. of Students Participated: AND ICWET IOW, Project from industries, research institutes, A. Y. 13 -14: 342 tion • competition IETE, government SDP organizations and • A. Y. 12 -13: 318 academicians • Tracks of IOW: • POs: 1. Trends in Cloud Computing 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 2. Android Application • B. E PROJECT exhibition showcases the Development 3. Wordpress, Joomla projects made by Final Year students while PLACEMENTS 4. Robotics HIGHER encouraging them to TOdevelop innovative THE STUDIES ideas. 5. CAD-CAM, Manufacturing INDUSTRY • Each team is required to design, construct and operate a prototype. The Confederation of Indian FUTURE Industry (CII) organized events: ENTREPREN EURS Starting your own start up •

Achievement of POs A. Y. 2013 -14 Average Attainment of Programme Outcome Attainment in

Achievement of POs A. Y. 2013 -14 Average Attainment of Programme Outcome Attainment in Percentage 100. 00 90. 00 86. 17 91. 89 79. 08 80. 00 73. 04 83. 50 76. 50 70. 00 82. 50 80. 00 81. 50 79. 00 64. 33 61. 33 60. 00 50. 00 40. 00 30. 00 20. 00 10. 00 1 2 3 4 5 6 Programme Outcomes 7 8 Average Attainment in 2013 -14 Academic Year 2013 -14 9 Goal 10 11 12

Achievement of POs A. Y. 14 -15 Average Attainment of Program Outcomes 100. 00

Achievement of POs A. Y. 14 -15 Average Attainment of Program Outcomes 100. 00 Percentage Attainment 90. 00 84. 02 81. 80 1 2 84. 81 82. 55 83. 78 4 5 89. 78 85. 01 84. 55 7 8 86. 92 87. 15 87. 73 9 10 11 82. 20 80. 00 70. 00 60. 00 50. 00 40. 00 30. 00 20. 00 10. 00 3 6 Program Outcomes Average Attainment in 2014 -15 Goal Academic Year 2014 -15 12

Achievement of POs Average Attainment of Program Outcomes 100 Percentage Attainment 90 80 70

Achievement of POs Average Attainment of Program Outcomes 100 Percentage Attainment 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 Average Attainment in 2013 -14 6 7 Program Outcomes 8 9 10 Average Attainment in 2014 -15 11 12 Goal

Curriculum Design and Revision

Curriculum Design and Revision

Curriculum Design and Revision v Curriculum Revision : R 2008 R 2012 v Contribution

Curriculum Design and Revision v Curriculum Revision : R 2008 R 2012 v Contribution to Curriculum Revision v Dr. B. K. Mishra : Principal , Board of Studies members for Electronics Engg. v Ms. Poorva Waingankar: involved in syllabi setting v Gradual upgrading of Lab facilities v Domains : v ELECTRONIC DEVICES MODELLING AND SIMULATION v DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN AND VLSI v EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN v SIGNAL PROCESSING AND COMMUNICATION v INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND CONTROL v Domain wise Project Allocation v Department technical magazine : Techtronix v Professional bodies : IETE Technical Events

Academic Performance of Students

Academic Performance of Students

Admission Intake 70 60 60 63 60 52 51 No. of Students 64 63

Admission Intake 70 60 60 63 60 52 51 No. of Students 64 63 63 60 52 60 51 50 40 30 20 12 12 11 12 AY-(14 -15) AY-(13 -14) AY-(12 -13) AY-(11 -12) 51 52 52 51 12 12 11 12 63 60 64 60 63 60 10 0 No. of students admitted on Merit basis(CAP+Minority+J&K+GOI) No. of students admitted on Management Quota Total No. of student admitted in college Sanction Intake strenght in the Institute

Admission Quality CAY 2015 -16 CAY 2014 -15 35 CAY 2013 -14 CAY 2012

Admission Quality CAY 2015 -16 CAY 2014 -15 35 CAY 2013 -14 CAY 2012 -13 30 CAY 2011 -12 25 20 15 10 5 0 90 -100 percentage 80 -90 percentage 70 -80 60 -70 50 -60 40 -50 Below 40% Admitted Without Rank

Overall B. E Result & University Result B. E Result Overall With First class

Overall B. E Result & University Result B. E Result Overall With First class & University Passing Percentage 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 TCET passing % TCET first class ETRX passing % ETRX first class ETRX BE result university results May 2011 79. 8 73. 92 88. 41 66. 39 May 2012 81. 55 61. 39 84. 31 92. 86 96. 92 79. 15 May 2013 80. 2 84. 58 81. 13 93. 75 79. 9 May 2014 78. 23 87. 8 85 79. 11 88. 31 83. 08 May 2015 78. 74 83 87. 86 67. 1 97. 43 78. 9

Results: BE ETRX 96. 92 93. 75 97. 43 88. 31 90 80 90

Results: BE ETRX 96. 92 93. 75 97. 43 88. 31 90 80 90 90 90 100 90 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Passing Percentage 100 B. E. Result B. E Result 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 May 2012 May 2013 May 2014 Academic Year passing percentage May 2013 May 2014 May 2015 iso requirements first class percentage distinction percentage first class+distinction percentage iso requirements

Results: TE ETRX Third Year Result 70 100 80 98. 51 86. 15 85

Results: TE ETRX Third Year Result 70 100 80 98. 51 86. 15 85 85 92. 65 81. 94 72. 73 85 85 85 60 40 60 Passing Percentage Passing Percenatge 120 50 50 50 May 2011 May 2012 50 50 50 May 2013 May 2014 May 2015 40 30 20 10 20 0 0 May 2011 May 2012 May 2013 May 2014 May 2015 Academic Year passing percentage iso requirements Academic Year first class percentage distinction percentage first class+distinction percentage iso requirements Linear(iso requirements )

Results: SE ETRX Second Year Result Passing Percentage 80 70 81. 08 78. 87

Results: SE ETRX Second Year Result Passing Percentage 80 70 81. 08 78. 87 75 75 85. 53 69. 12 75 75 80 73. 49 70 75 60 50 40 30 20 Passing Percentage 90 Second Year Result 60 50 40 30 20 10 10 0 May 2011 May 2012 May 2013 May 2014 passing percentage iso requirements May 2015 May 2012 May 2013 May 2014 Academic Year first class percentage distinction percentage first class+distinction percentage iso requirements May 2015

Success Index Succes Index 1 0. 9 0. 8 Succes Index 0. 7 0.

Success Index Succes Index 1 0. 9 0. 8 Succes Index 0. 7 0. 6 0. 5 0. 4 0. 3 0. 2 0. 1 0 Succes Index 2008 -12 0. 9 2009 -13 0. 79 2010 -14 0. 89 2011 -15 0. 960000001

Academic Performance Index 10 9 8 7 API 6 5 4 3 2 1

Academic Performance Index 10 9 8 7 API 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Academic Performance 2011 -12 7. 048 2010 -11 7. 163999999 2009 -10 7. 4 2008 -09 7. 19

Placement , Higher Studies Students Placement and Higher Studies Record 70 No. of Students

Placement , Higher Studies Students Placement and Higher Studies Record 70 No. of Students 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Student who went for higher studies Who found employment otherwise No. of Students placed through campus 2011 -12 18 6 2012 -13 25 2 2013 -14 17 4 2014 -15 22 5 2015 -16* 2 2 36 29 34 24 24

Conference Participation & Publication No. of Papers published in International conference A. Y. 2011

Conference Participation & Publication No. of Papers published in International conference A. Y. 2011 -15 50 45 40 No. of students 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 No. of students No. of papers published in International conference 2011 -12 3 2012 -13 8 2013 -14 24 2014 -15 46 1 3 8 13

Student Achievements : Intracollegiate Number of Students Participated/ Number of Awards 10 9 8

Student Achievements : Intracollegiate Number of Students Participated/ Number of Awards 10 9 8 7 Count 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Number of Students Number of Awards/partipated 2013 -14 3 4 2014 -15 5 9 2015 -16 2 2

Student Achievements Intercollegiate Number of Awards and number of Students participated 16 14 12

Student Achievements Intercollegiate Number of Awards and number of Students participated 16 14 12 Count 10 8 6 4 2 0 Number of Students Number of Award/participated 2013 -14 4 5 2014 -15 10 15 2015 -16 6 6

Sports Achievements Academic Year A. Y. 12 -13 A. Y. 13 -14 A. Y.

Sports Achievements Academic Year A. Y. 12 -13 A. Y. 13 -14 A. Y. 14 -15 A. Y. 15 -16 No. of Events 7+ 10+ 14+ 20+ No. of Students 15+ 20+ 42+ 15+ 2013 -14: Cricket-Winner at SFIT, TCET, Runners up at RGIT (Captain of Cricket Team) Swimming-Bronze Medal, BOSM'13, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan Taekwondo-Gold Medal, BOSM'13, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan 2014 -15: Vally ball- Runners up at TCET, 2 nd Runners up at FACET, Bandra, VJTI, KEM, SPIT, Mumbai Taekwondo-Gold Medal, BOSM'14, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan Basket ball-2 nd Runners up at VJTI, KEM, SPIT, Mumbai 2015 -16: Athelates (4*400 mtrs)-Bronze Medal, BOSM'15, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan Chess-Placed 16 th & 20 th, All India open FIDE chess tournament, Maharashtra Cricket-Winner at SPIT (Captain of Cricket Team) 50

Faculty

Faculty

Faculty Strength : Cadre Sr. No Cadre AICTE No. of Faculty Requirement (AY 2015

Faculty Strength : Cadre Sr. No Cadre AICTE No. of Faculty Requirement (AY 2015 -2016) (AY 2014 -15) (AY 2013 -14) 1 Professor 01 00 00 00 2 Associate Professor 03 04 04 01 3 Assistant Professor incumbent - 01 01 03 4 Assistant Professor 08 07 08 09 5 Assistant Professor - 01 - - - 01* 12 14 13 14 (Ad-Hoc) 6 Teaching Assistant Total Number of Faculty * Pro term Lecturer

 Faculty Cadre Ratio 1 0. 870000004 0. 9 0. 8 0. 7 0.

Faculty Cadre Ratio 1 0. 870000004 0. 9 0. 8 0. 7 0. 8 0. 690000001 0. 640000000000005 0. 6 0. 5 0. 4 0. 3 0. 2 0. 1 0 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 Academic Year 2014 -15 CRI 2015 -16

Upgradation in Faculty Qualification No. of faculties 15 10 5 0 B. E. PG

Upgradation in Faculty Qualification No. of faculties 15 10 5 0 B. E. PG pursuing PG completed Ph. D pursuing Ph. D Completed 2010 -11 1 2 8 2 0 2011 -12 0 3 10 2 0 Academic Year Ph. D Completed 2010 -2011 0 2015 -2016 2 2012 -13 0 4 10 2 0 2013 -14 0 2 12 3 0 2014 -15 0 0 13 5 1 2015 -16 0 1 14 4 2 Ph. D Pursuing Post Graduates (PG) Completed Post Graduates (PG) Pursuing Graduates (BE) 2 10 3 3 4 13 01 01

Faculty Experience Details A. Y. 2014 -15 Total Experience Total experience in TCET less

Faculty Experience Details A. Y. 2014 -15 Total Experience Total experience in TCET less than 3 experience 0% less than 3 8% 3 to 5 yrs 15% Average : 35. 5 yrs 3 to 5 yrs 38% Average Experience: 10. 79 yrs >5 yrs 54% >5 yrs 85% A. Y. 2015 -16(Upto January 2016) Total experience in TCET >5 yrs 57% Total Experience less than 3 14% less than 3 29% 3 to 5 yrs 14% >5 yrs 71%

Student Teacher Ratio Year No. of students (Actual) No. of students (sanctioned) Total no.

Student Teacher Ratio Year No. of students (Actual) No. of students (sanctioned) Total no. of faculty members STR (Actual Intake) 2011 -12 216 180 13 16. 61 13. 84 2012 -13 216 180 14 15. 42 12. 86 2013 -14 216 180 14 15. 42 12. 86 2014 -15 216 180 13 16. 61 13. 84 2015 -16 216 180 14 15. 42 12. 86 STR (AICTE) Student Teacher Ratio STR (Actual Intake) 16. 61 13. 84 2011 -12 15. 42 16. 61 15. 42 12. 86 2012 -13 AICTE STR Requirement 15: 1 Average STR 15. 8: 1 STR (Sanctioned Intake) 12. 86 2013 -14 13. 84 2014 -15 15. 42 12. 86 2015 -16

Faculty Feedback 99 94 % feedback 89 84 79 74 Avg. SE Feedback Avg.

Faculty Feedback 99 94 % feedback 89 84 79 74 Avg. SE Feedback Avg. TE Feedback Avg. BE Feedback Overall Average Feedback Odd 81. 5 84. 05 85. 4 83. 7 Even 85. 6 89. 05 90. 4 88. 4 Odd 90. 75 82. 47 86. 91 86. 7 Even 94. 81 92. 7 91. 1 92. 9 Odd 88. 03 84. 05 90. 47 87. 5 Even 84. 05 91. 05 93. 03 89. 4 Odd 81. 65 81. 67 85. 91 83. 1 Even 86. 75 91. 7 90. 1 89. 5

Faculty Competencies (Domain Specialization) Dr. Sandhya S Ms. Poorva W, Ms. Jyoti K, Mr.

Faculty Competencies (Domain Specialization) Dr. Sandhya S Ms. Poorva W, Ms. Jyoti K, Mr. Hemant K, Ms. Sujata D, Ms. Shweta, Ms. Leena C, Dr. S. C. Patil Dr. . S. C. Patil Ms. Poorva W Dr. Sandhya S Ms. Archana B, Ms. Sonal B, Ms. Shweta, Ms. Jinsha T, Dr. S. C. Patil Digital system design & VLSI Electronic devices & circuit modeling simulation Mr. Hemant K Dr. Sandhya S, Ms. Archana B, Ms. Sonal B Ms. Leena C Dr. Sandhya S , Ms. Poorva W, Ms. Jyoti K, Mr. Hemant K, Ms. Sujata D, Ms. Sonal B Mr. Vaibhav G, Ms. Jinsha T, Ms. Leena C, Mr. Sumit K, Industrial automation & control ETRX (Domain) Signal processing & communication Embedded system & design Ms. Jyoti K Dr. Sandhya S, Ms. Poorva W, Mr. Vaibhav G, Ms. Leena C

Faculty Competencies Course Conduct Domain • As per academic calendar and semester plan •

Faculty Competencies Course Conduct Domain • As per academic calendar and semester plan • Learning Resources • Program Resource Book, Course file, etc Specialization • Student Development Programme • Project Guidance Research Publications • National, International conferences and journals • ICWET (Since 2009 -2010) : MULTICON-16 Seminar/workshop • Technical Seminars • In house and Industry oriented workshops Institute Activities • Institute Activities and Responsibilities • Training & Placement activities

Faculty Development Activities Faculty Training 300 • Workshops : IIT-B Remote No of training

Faculty Development Activities Faculty Training 300 • Workshops : IIT-B Remote No of training Hours 250 Center • STTP in-house / outside • FDP at department and institute level • Training Activities 200 150 100 50 0 Dr. SS 2012 -2013 0 2013 -2014 184 2014 -2015 122 Dr. SCP 0 56 184 PW HPK JK SD AB SB VG AS LC SP YC 56 128 56 0 112 10 0 112 144 56 280 16 112 72 112 56 56 136 0 166 184 56 80 112 56 112 128 0 80 112 0 0 112

Faculty Research Publications Faculty Publication 30 No 0 f Publications 25 20 15 10

Faculty Research Publications Faculty Publication 30 No 0 f Publications 25 20 15 10 5 0 2011 -2012 -2013 -2014 -2015 Total publication Dr. SS 1 2 0 5 24 Dr. SCP 9 2 0 4 23 PW 1 5 0 8 22 HPK 2 2 10 • Course Resource Book • Program Resource Book JS 0 0 2 1 8 SD 3 4 4 3 14 AB 0 1 3 1 4 SB 1 2 0 1 5 VG 1 4 0 1 6 AS 0 1 1 0 2 LC 0 0 0 YC 1 2 0 2 6 SM 0 0 2 2 6

Funded R&D Projects & Consultancy Work Application for Research Grant A. Y. 15 -16

Funded R&D Projects & Consultancy Work Application for Research Grant A. Y. 15 -16 A. Y. 14 -15 A. Y. 13 -14 University Research Grant 6 6 3 RPS scheme - 1 - IEDC 5 - - Ms. Sonal Barvey Solar Harvesting and its Efficient Utilization 25, 000/- Dr. Sandhya Save Technical Academic Advisor For Atuograder and Remote Lab : Edu. Vance 2014 -15 Mr. Vaibhav Gijare Minor Project Grant 2015 -16 10, 000/- 2014 -15

Funded R&D Projects & Consultancy Work v Thakur Accenture Innovation Centre v To train

Funded R&D Projects & Consultancy Work v Thakur Accenture Innovation Centre v To train the students as per the industry expectation in general and in particular for Accenture v Aakash Tablet Project: v 244 sample Aakash tablets received from, IIT Bombay v Project sponsor: Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India. v Fund: Rs. 11 lakh v Wireless Networking Lab v Sponsorship from Zagdu Singh Charitable Trust. v The total cost of the project is Rs. 4. 45 lakh v 50 Hrs training was conducted for 4/30 faculty members v Texas Instruments Centre Of Excellence (A. Y. 15 -16) v Installation and Training. v Train the Trainer program(Customized) v Seminar/Workshop(Customized) v Faculty Development Programs(Customized) v Embedded system Lab in collaboration with ARM University program and Cypress Semiconductor (A. Y. 15 -16)

New Facility Created YEAR 2015 YEAR 2014 YEAR 2013 R& D Cell Started in

New Facility Created YEAR 2015 YEAR 2014 YEAR 2013 R& D Cell Started in 2013 and generation of idea bank by online registration of ideas domain wise. Accenture innovation Centre. Networking Lab Projectors in each class rooms for ICT Infrastructure Entrepreneur development cell started on 5 th September 2014. Under this cell seminars and webinars are conducted to train faculty members and students to become a successful entrepreneur. State of the Art infrastructure Seminar hall 2 New Lab development (113) Equipment purchase DSO, Function Generator, CRO and power supply Ph. D Program in EXTC Higher Education cell Started In march 2015. Initiated Incubation Centre Collaboration with TEXAS Instrumentation to start Center of Excellence in the institute. Embedded system Lab in collaboration with ARM University program and Cypress Semiconductor

Best Practices Counseling for students Industry Elective Project Competition Program Resource Book Student Development

Best Practices Counseling for students Industry Elective Project Competition Program Resource Book Student Development Program Local Industrial Visit Parent-Teacher Meet , Alumni Meet Center of Excellence Encouragement for Technical Paper Presentation Celebration of Teacher’s day , Marathi Diwas , Yoga Day, etc

Summary Qualified Faculty & well Equipped labs Consistent intake with 100% admission Negligible defaulter

Summary Qualified Faculty & well Equipped labs Consistent intake with 100% admission Negligible defaulter for Term grant. Summary Consistent campus placement & higher studies Consistent in achieving the Quality Objectives Consistent Success Rate

Honorable NBA Committee Thank You. .

Honorable NBA Committee Thank You. .

Institutional Contribution v Mr. Hemant Kasturiwale : Exam Cell Incharge & E-Yantra In charge

Institutional Contribution v Mr. Hemant Kasturiwale : Exam Cell Incharge & E-Yantra In charge v Ms. Poorva Waingankar : Women Development Cell (WDC) committee v Ms. Jyoti Sawant : FDP Co-ordinator v Mr. Vaibhav Gijare : Sport In charge

Resources

Resources

Technical Support Sr. No. 1. 2. Name of the technical staff Designation Mrs. Sulbha

Technical Support Sr. No. 1. 2. Name of the technical staff Designation Mrs. Sulbha Kashid Lab Assistant Ms. Sneha Rodrigues Teaching Assistant 3. Ms. Manisha Yadav Teaching Assistant 4. Mrs. Sarita Tiwari Lab Attendant 71

Classrooms : Department of Electronics Ø 3 classrooms: 87. 36 sq. mtr. Each, Exclusive

Classrooms : Department of Electronics Ø 3 classrooms: 87. 36 sq. mtr. Each, Exclusive with capacity of 75 Ø Black Board, LCD Projector, LAN/Internet Connection, Laptop* Ø Well illuminated, good air circulation with large windows on one wall. Ø Walk And Talk (Portable Audio System)(2) 72

Faculty Room : Department of Electronics HOD Office (Room no C-106) Faculty Offices v

Faculty Room : Department of Electronics HOD Office (Room no C-106) Faculty Offices v Number : - 1 v Area : - 74. 22 sq. mtr. v Seating Capacity : - 18 Facilities : v Air Conditioned v Three PCs with internet connection v Two Laptops v Independent cubical for each faculty having Ample storage place v Soft board 73

Laboratories (1): Department of Electronics SR. NO. LABORATORY NAME 1 113 -A Automation /

Laboratories (1): Department of Electronics SR. NO. LABORATORY NAME 1 113 -A Automation / Control Lab 2 113 -B Automation / Control Lab 3 114 -A Signal Processing/Communication Lab 4 114 -B Signal Processing/Communication Lab 5 116 -A Digital Electronics Lab 6 116 -B VLSI& ASIC Lab 7 117 -A Embedded System Lab 8 117 -B Mechatronics &Power Lab 9 105 BEEE Lab (Shared with EXTC) 74

 Laboratories (2) : Department of Electronics Laboratories Ø Ø Number : - 08

Laboratories (2) : Department of Electronics Laboratories Ø Ø Number : - 08 Area : Ø 79. 71 sq. mtr. /laboratory Facilities : Ø Ø Ø Air Conditioned Well Illuminated 60 PCs with internet connection Whiteboard / Blackboard Soft boards 75

 Laboratories (3) : Department of Electronics Availability of computing facilities in the department

Laboratories (3) : Department of Electronics Availability of computing facilities in the department There a total of 64 PCs with 10 + 2 Mbps internet connection with unrestricted internet access 24 x 7. The licensed software available for the course work is listed in table below Software No. of Licenses MATLAB 15 T-CAD 10 ORCAD 4 Signal Processing Toolbox for MATLAB (shared) 15 Image Processing Toolbox for MATLAB (shared) 15 Electronic Simulation, Multi. Sim 2001 (shared) 5 Comm. Simulation, Comm. Sim 2001 (shared) 1 PCB Design, Ulti. Board 2001 (shared) 1 Proteus VSM – 7 Professional (shared) 10 Optsim v 5. 1 Software (shared) 5 3 -D Electromagnetic simulator -Singula v 9. 0 (shared) 5 76

Laboratories (4): Department of Electronics The various equipment in the labs: Equipment Quantity Oscilloscope

Laboratories (4): Department of Electronics The various equipment in the labs: Equipment Quantity Oscilloscope (CRO) 50 TK Base logic analyzer hostedup gradable universal kit 4 Function Generator 50 60 MHz 4 channel 1 GS/S color digital storage oscilloscope D 36060 CA 4 1 Power Supply 46 60 MHz 4 channel 1 GS/S colour digital storage oscilloscope D 36060 CA 1 Digital Multimeter 46 Analog and Digital IC Tester 2 Power Supply (120 v) 4 8085 trainer kit DYNA-85 L 10 Development system for 8051 micro controller +LCD 10 8086 trainer kit DYNA-86 L 8 Resistance Decode Box RDB 6 Capacitance Decode Box CDB 6 Inductance Decode Box LDB 6 Digital communication Kit 77 9

Course Objective & Outcome EXC 302 : Electronic Devices Course Objective : 1. To

Course Objective & Outcome EXC 302 : Electronic Devices Course Objective : 1. To deliver the knowledge about physics of basic semiconductor devices. 2. To enhance comprehension capabilities of students through understanding of electronic devices. 3. To introduce and motivate students to the use of advanced microelectronic devices. 4. To create foundation forthcoming circuit design courses. Course Outcome : After successful completion of the course students will be able to: 1. Understand semiconductor devices through energy band diagrams. 2. Analyze characteristics of semiconductor junctions. 3. Differentiate between bipolar and uni-polar conduction. 4. Understand physics of optical devices. 5. Understand working principle of power devices. 6. Have knowledge about advanced semiconductor devices used in research. 7. Appreciate the role of semiconductor devices in various applications.

Course Outcome mapping with POs EXC 302 : Electronic Devices Course Outcomes (CO) mapped

Course Outcome mapping with POs EXC 302 : Electronic Devices Course Outcomes (CO) mapped Programme Outcomes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CO-1 CO-2 CO-3 CO-4 CO-5 CO-6 CO-7 = Strong correlation = Weak correlation = NO correlation

Contribution of Courses to POs Program Outcomes Contribution of Courses to Program Outcomes Second

Contribution of Courses to POs Program Outcomes Contribution of Courses to Program Outcomes Second Year Sr. No 1 2 3 4 5 Course Code EXC 401 Course Title Applied Mathematics IV EXC 402 Discrete Electronic Circuits EXC 403 Microprocessor and Peripherals EXC 404 Principles of Control Systems EXC 405 Fundamentals of Communication Engineering 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Validation of COs Each semester : Two Term Test 1: 7 th week of

Validation of COs Each semester : Two Term Test 1: 7 th week of semester Term Test 2: 13 th week of semester Blueprint for Term Test I Marks Sr. No. Question 1 Q 1 a) 2 Q 1 b) 3 Q 2 10 10 4 Q 3 10 10 CO 4 Total Marks 05 10 05 Total Marks 30 CO 1 Attainment Percentage CO 5 30 CO 2 CO 3 30 CO 4

Validation of COs (2) Survey Questions based on Course Outcome CO/PO Programme Outcomes 1

Validation of COs (2) Survey Questions based on Course Outcome CO/PO Programme Outcomes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 I am able to understand CO-1 semiconductor devices through energy band diagrams 69. 7 69. 7 I am able to analyze CO-2 characteristics of semiconductor junctions. I am able to differentiate CO-3 between bipolar and unipolar conduction. I am able to understand physics CO-4 of optical devices. I am able to understand working CO-5 principle of power devices. 76. 7 76. 7 75. 5 75. 5 63. 9 63. 9 73. 2 73. 2 I have knowledge about CO-6 advanced semiconductor devices used in research. I am able to appreciate the role CO-7 of semiconductor devices in various applications. 62. 8 62. 8 73. 2 73. 2 70. 71 72. 03 72. 5 70. 1 74. 36 73. 2 68 70. 3 s (CO) mapped Average Attainment

Validation of POs Student Validation Ro Na ll me No. Previo us Semes ter

Validation of POs Student Validation Ro Na ll me No. Previo us Semes ter Univer sity Result (total) Previo us Semes ter Unive rsity Result (%) Cla ss Ob tai ne d Att end anc e (%) TT TW Seme ster Univ ersity subje ct Resul ts Grades (1 -5) Univ ersity Subje ct Resul ts Univers ity Overall Atten dance TT TW Total=(Univers ity Subject Results+ University Overall+ Attendance +TT+TW) % Remark (H/M/L)

Content Delivery Methods Lecture interspersed with discussions Lecture with visual annotations Tutorial/ Laboratory Course

Content Delivery Methods Lecture interspersed with discussions Lecture with visual annotations Tutorial/ Laboratory Course Delivery Demonstrati on (Such as models, field visits) Projects/ Presentation Group Activity

Contribution of Delivery modes to Achievement of POs Percentage Contribution of Delivery modes to

Contribution of Delivery modes to Achievement of POs Percentage Contribution of Delivery modes to Achievement of POs 100 90 83. 33 % Contribution 80 66. 66 70 66. 66 60 50 50 40 33. 33 50 50 PO 11 PO 12 33. 33 30 16. 66 20 16. 66 10 0 PO 1 PO 2 PO 3 PO 4 PO 5 PO 6 PO 7 PO 8 Programme Outcomes PO 9 PO 10

Project Evaluation Sr. No. Attribute Max. Marks 1 Technical Credibility 10 2 Depth of

Project Evaluation Sr. No. Attribute Max. Marks 1 Technical Credibility 10 2 Depth of knowledge and understanding 10 3 Organization of Contents 5 4 Regularity, Initiative and Interaction 5 5 Report quality in terms of language, style structure etc. 10 6 Ability to plan methodology and plan of work 5 7 Motivation and desire to exceed minimum expectations 5 Total 50 Marks Obtained

Project Evaluation Project Analysis 35 Number Of Projects 30 25 20 15 10 5

Project Evaluation Project Analysis 35 Number Of Projects 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Best Average Total % of Best Projects 2011 -2012 4 14 18 22. 22 2012 -2013 4 14 18 22. 22 2013 -2014 5 15 20 25 2014 -2015 7 19 21 33. 33

Project Analysis Number of Projects per Domain wise Project Allocation 12 10 8 6

Project Analysis Number of Projects per Domain wise Project Allocation 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Industrial Automation and Control Embedded System Design Electronic Devices and Circuits Modeling and Simulation Signal Processing and Communication Digital system Design and VLSI 2012 -13 4 4 2013 -14 10 4 2014 -15 6 5 1 0 3 8 1 6 0 5 2

Project Analysis Domainwise Project Percentage Of Best Projects 30 25 20 15 10 Number

Project Analysis Domainwise Project Percentage Of Best Projects 30 25 20 15 10 Number of Projects per Domain 35 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Industrial Automation and Control 5 Embedded System Design Electronic Devices and Circuits Modeling 0 2011 -2012 and Simulation % of Best Projects 22. 22 Signal Processing and Communication Digital system Design and VLSI 2012 -13 4 4 1 2012 -2013 22. 22 8 1 2013 -14 10 4 0 2013 -2014 25 6 0 2014 -15 6 5 2014 -2015 33. 33 3 5 2

Up gradation in Lab Facilities Lab A. Y. 12 -13 Softwa ØMatlab (shared) ØMulslim

Up gradation in Lab Facilities Lab A. Y. 12 -13 Softwa ØMatlab (shared) ØMulslim 2001(shared) re ØUltibox 2001(shared) ØProteus (shared) ØOptsim (shared) ØSingula (shared) ØORCAD (student A. Y. 13 -14 A. Y. 14 -15 A. Y. 15 -16 ØMatlab (shared) ØMulslim 2001 (shared) ØUltibox 2001 (shared) ØProteus (shared) ØOptsim (shared) ØSingula (shared) ØMatlab ØScilab ØMulslim 2001 (shared) ØUltibox 2001 (shared) ØProteus (shared) ØOptsim (shared) ØSingula (shared) ØORCAD (student ØOrcad Ø T-CAD ØMulslim 2001 ØORCAD (student version) Hardw are Ø Ø Ø Ø Development system for 8051 microtroller Control system kit TK Base logic analyzer hostedup gradable universal kit DSO 2 Analog and Digital IC Tester 8085 trainer kit 8086 trainer kit version) Ø Basic Communication Ø kit Ø Ø Ø Digital communication Kit Q meter MSP 430 F 148 board with LCD kit Arm Processor KIT : 4 (shared) ØUltibox 2001 (shared) ØProteus (shared) ØOptsim (shared) ØSingula (shared)

FE Admission Summary FE Admission CET Score-CAP Minority 160 -200 0 8 30 140

FE Admission Summary FE Admission CET Score-CAP Minority 160 -200 0 8 30 140 -160 0 4 120 -140 0 1 2 6 100 -120 3 17 7 5 80 -100 16 4 10 4 60 -80 10 8 9 5 40 -60 2 2 3 0 0 0 3 16 8 Below 40 0 0 Total 31 32 25 2011 -12 Minority 20 2012 -13 Minority 15 2013 -14 Minority 10 2014 -15 Minority 5 2015 -16 Minority 0 -2 0 14 0 016 12 0 014 10 0 012 0 80 -1 00 60 -8 0 40 Be 60 lo w 4 0 To ta l 4 31 16 0 FE Admission CET Score-TFWS 3. 5 3 2. 5 2011 -12 TFWS 2 2012 -13 TFWS 1. 5 2013 -14 TFWS 1 2014 -15 TFWS 0. 5 2015 -16 TFWS l ta To 92 -6 0 Be lo w 4 0 40 0 0 -8 Total TFWS 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 60 Below 40 TFWS 3 0 0 0 0 3 00 40 -60 TFWS 0 0 0 3 12 60 -80 TFWS 0 0 0 3 16 0 80 -100 TFWS 0 0 0 2 FE Admission CET Score-TFWS 0 - 100 -120 2015 -16 14 120 -140 2014 -15 20 0 140 -160 2013 -14 0 - 160 -200 2012 -13 16 Marks 2011 -12 -1 Marks FE Admission CET Score-Minority 80 Minority 35 12 0 2015 -16 0 - 2014 -15 10 2013 -14 14 0 2012 -13 0 - 2011 -12

FE Admission Summary FE Admission CET Score-Minority 160 -200 0 8 30 140 -160

FE Admission Summary FE Admission CET Score-Minority 160 -200 0 8 30 140 -160 0 4 120 -140 0 1 2 6 100 -120 3 17 7 5 80 -100 16 4 10 4 60 -80 10 8 9 5 40 -60 2 2 3 0 0 0 3 16 8 Below 40 0 0 Total 31 32 25 2011 -12 Minority 20 2012 -13 Minority 15 2013 -14 Minority 10 2014 -15 Minority 5 2015 -16 Minority 0 -2 0 14 0 016 12 0 014 10 0 012 0 80 -1 00 60 -8 0 40 Be 60 lo w 4 0 To ta l 4 31 16 0 FE Admission CET Score-TFWS 3. 5 3 2. 5 2011 -12 TFWS 2 2012 -13 TFWS 1. 5 2013 -14 TFWS 1 2014 -15 TFWS 0. 5 2015 -16 TFWS l ta To 93 -6 0 Be lo w 4 0 40 0 0 -8 Total TFWS 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 60 Below 40 TFWS 3 0 0 0 0 3 00 40 -60 TFWS 0 0 0 3 12 60 -80 TFWS 0 0 0 3 16 0 80 -100 TFWS 0 0 0 2 FE Admission CET Score-TFWS 0 - 100 -120 2015 -16 14 120 -140 2014 -15 20 0 140 -160 2013 -14 0 - 160 -200 2012 -13 16 Marks 2011 -12 -1 Marks FE Admission CET Score-Minority 80 Minority 35 12 0 2015 -16 0 - 2014 -15 10 2013 -14 14 0 2012 -13 0 - 2011 -12

Faculty Qualification Sr. Name of Faculty No. 1 Dr. Sandhya Save 2 Dr. S.

Faculty Qualification Sr. Name of Faculty No. 1 Dr. Sandhya Save 2 Dr. S. C. Patil 3 Mrs. Poorva Waingankar 4 5 6 Mr. Hemant Kasturiwale Mrs. Jyoti Kori Ms. Sujata Dubal Designation Qualification Associate Professor Ph. D. (Engg), M. Tech , B. E. (ETRX HOD Associate Professor Dy. HOD Associate Professor Exam Incharge Assistant Professor & Dept. Co-ordinator Assistant Professor Ph. D. (Engg), M. E(ETRX) , B. E. (ETRX) IPR/Reaserch Grant Stauts RPS: 13 -14 & MRG: 15 -16 & Modrob: 15 -16 MRG: 15 -16 Ph. D. (Pursuing), M. Tech , B. E. (ETRX) MRG: 14 -15 Ph. D. (Pursuing), MRG: 15 -16 M. E. Digital Electronics) B. E. ( Electrical) M. E (EXTC) MRG: 15 -16 B. E. (Electronics) Ph. D. ( Engg - Pursuing)M. E. (EXTC), B. E. (EXTC), PGDBA (Finance) MRG: 14 -15 & MRG: 15 -16

Faculty Qualification Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification 7 Mrs. Archana Belge Assistant

Faculty Qualification Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification 7 Mrs. Archana Belge Assistant Professor 8 Mrs. Sonal Barvey Assistant Professor 9 Mr. Vaibhav Gijare Assistant Professor 10 Mrs. Amrita Sengupta Assistant Professor 11 Mrs. Leena Chakraborty Assistant Professor B. E. Instrumentation Engg. Assistant Professor B. E. (ECE) Ms. Yashu Cotia 12 (shifted to Rajasthan in April 2015 Ms. Smitha Prabhu 13 (shifted to Bangalore in April 2015 ) Ph. D. (Pursuing), M. Tech (IPS), B. E. (EXPO) , DBM B. E. Electrical Engg. , M. E. (EXTC) B. E. Electronics, M. E. (EXTC), MBA (Education Management) M. E. (EXTC) B. E. Electronics IPR/Reaserch Grant Stauts Nil Received MRG in 2014 -15 MRG: 15 -16 MRG: 14 -15 Nil MRG: 15 -16 M. E. (Electronics) MRG: 14 -15 M. TECH(VLSI Design) MRG: 14 -15 Assistant Professor B. E. Electrical&Electronics Engg. , M. Tech ( VLSI Design)

Faculty Qualification Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification 11 Mrs. Shaweta Gulati Assistant

Faculty Qualification Sr. No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification 11 Mrs. Shaweta Gulati Assistant Professor B. E. , M. Tech (EXTC) 12 Mr. Sumit Kumar Assistant Professor B. E. Electrical Engg. , 13 Ms. Ginsha T Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc) B. Tech (Applied Electronics & Instrumentation), M. Tech (Electronics & Instrumentation) 14 Ms. Sneha Rodrigues Teaching Assistant M. E(EXTC) (2 nd Year Pursuing) Total experience 4 years 4 months M. E. (EXTC) 3 Years 1 Year

Faculty wise Feedback 2012 -16 100 90 80 % Feedback 70 60 50 40

Faculty wise Feedback 2012 -16 100 90 80 % Feedback 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Dr. SS Dr. SCP PW HPK JK 2012 -2013 90. 11 0 90. 4 88. 93 2013 -2014 92. 085 82. 325 94. 595 91. 845 2014 -2015 89. 23 82. 315 86. 495 90. 61 2015 -2016 82. 475 81. 35 81. 4 87. 2 83. 05 ISO Requirement 75 75 75 SD 90. 745 90. 9 88. 56 83. 35 75 AB SB VG AS 90. 325 88. 99 88. 265 91. 955 91. 77 89. 96 87. 425 85. 915 87. 725 81 81. 325 82. 2 0 75 75 LC 89. 615 89. 855 88. 54 76. 325 75 SP YC SG SK 88. 7 87. 375 93. 765 88. 745 85. 015 92. 18 87. 1 84. 345 91. 485 0 0 83 82 75 75 SSA 91. 37 87. 8 85. 4 80. 85 75

Co-Curriculum Activities SDP Pre-Placement Training Program 50 43 No. of students Attended 38 70

Co-Curriculum Activities SDP Pre-Placement Training Program 50 43 No. of students Attended 38 70 46 63 59 60 36 33 35 28 30 25 20 15 10 No. of students attended 45 40 45 55 50 53 45 40 30 20 10 5 0 2012 -13 2013 -14 2014 -15 Academic Year S. E T. E B. E 0 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 Academic Year 2014 -15 2015 -16

Campus Connect & Bridge Courses Campus Connect Programs & Bridge courses 70 65 65

Campus Connect & Bridge Courses Campus Connect Programs & Bridge courses 70 65 65 63 No. of students attended 60 50 40 30 35 34 27 25 24 20 20 11 10 0 2011 -12 2012 -13 Infosys 2013 -14 Academic Year Accenture 2014 -15 Corporate Ethics 2015 -16

Co-Curricular Activities 70 65 65 63 No. of students attended 60 50 40 30

Co-Curricular Activities 70 65 65 63 No. of students attended 60 50 40 30 35 34 27 25 24 20 20 11 10 0 2011 -12 2012 -13 Infosys 2013 -14 Academic Year Accenture 2014 -15 Corporate Ethics 2015 -16

SDP : Department of Electronics SDP Attendance % Students Attended 100 90 80 70

SDP : Department of Electronics SDP Attendance % Students Attended 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 SE TE BE 2011 -12 77 61 2012 -13 83 78 94 2013 -14 50 76 53 2014 -15 71 79 73

Industrial Visit Number of Students Attended Industrial Visit 80 70 60 50 40 30

Industrial Visit Number of Students Attended Industrial Visit 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 S. E T. E B. E 2010 -11 58 67 2011 -12 50 56 36 2012 -13 51 40 36 2013 -14 58 26 2014 -15 25 26

Co-Curriculum Activities SDP 50 43 No. of students Attended 38 70 46 63 59

Co-Curriculum Activities SDP 50 43 No. of students Attended 38 70 46 63 59 60 55 36 33 35 28 30 25 20 15 10 No. of students attended 45 40 45 Pre-Placement Training Program 50 53 45 40 30 20 10 5 0 2012 -13 2013 -14 2014 -15 Academic Year S. E T. E B. E 0 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 Academic Year 2014 -15 2015 -16

IETE Activities v IETE chapter started in A. Y. 2011 -12 v Objective: Objective

IETE Activities v IETE chapter started in A. Y. 2011 -12 v Objective: Objective of IETE PEO 1 PEO 2 PEO 3 PEO 4 PEO 5 PEO 6 v. Program Improving standard of Engineering Education ✓ ✓ ✓ v Counselling the students in the emerging new opportunities v. Counselling the students in the emerging new Encouraging and motivating the outside Class room studies /Work ✓ opportunities ✓ shops/projects/Seminars Encouraging and motivating the outside Class ✓ ✓ ✓ vroom studies /Work shops/projects/Seminars Increasing the student base and Corporate membership of IETE v IETE Activity v Technical Seminars by domain Experts v Technical Events: Zephyr v Industrial Visit ✓ ✓ ✓

IETE Activities Number of Students Attended Industrial Visit 80 70 60 50 40 30

IETE Activities Number of Students Attended Industrial Visit 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 S. E T. E B. E 2010 -11 58 67 2011 -12 50 56 36 2012 -13 51 40 36 2013 -14 58 26 2014 -15 25 26

Student : Conference Publication No. of Papers published in International conference A. Y. 2011

Student : Conference Publication No. of Papers published in International conference A. Y. 2011 -15 50 45 40 No. of students 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 No. of students No. of papers published in International conference 2011 -12 3 2012 -13 8 2013 -14 24 2014 -15 46 1 3 8 13

Average Attainment of Programme Outcomes Measurement of Attainment of Programme Outcomes through various tools

Average Attainment of Programme Outcomes Measurement of Attainment of Programme Outcomes through various tools Student University Project Evaluation Course Exit Average Validation Results Survey Attainment University Best Programme Exam Projects Outcome 1 90. 6 88. 19 25 80 86. 1675 87. 07 87 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 97. 5 72. 6 78. 125 90. 6 97. 5 72. 6 78. 125 87. 07 72. 73 87. 07 88. 19 88. 19 25 25 25 95 87 88 69 75 81 81 73 78 84 - 88 84 87 84 84 86 84 87 85 84 79 91. 8925 79. 0825 73. 039 76. 5 61. 33333 83. 5 82. 5 80 81. 5 64. 33333 79

SDP : Training and Placement Cell v Student Development Program v Pre-Placement Training Program

SDP : Training and Placement Cell v Student Development Program v Pre-Placement Training Program 63 59 60 55 SDP 53 45 50 40 30 20 10 0 2011 -12 2012 -13 2013 -14 Academic Year 2014 -15 No. of Students Attended 2015 -16 No. of students Attended No. of students attended 70 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 45 43 38 36 46 33 28 S. E T. E B. E 2012 -13 2013 -14 Academic Year 2014 -15

FE Results: F. E Result Overall, with First Class and University 100 90 %

FE Results: F. E Result Overall, with First Class and University 100 90 % Result 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 TCET passing % TCET first class University Results Class ISO Requirement May 2011 51. 9 50. 69 29. 96 50 May 2012 62. 99 63. 5 39. 35 50 May 2013 61. 14 98. 87 45. 65 50 May 2014 67. 96 96. 65 42. 87 50 May 2015 55. 28 81. 57 43 50

Conference International Affiliation Acceptance Rate Submissions Selections Participan ts ICWET 2010 ACM USA 622

Conference International Affiliation Acceptance Rate Submissions Selections Participan ts ICWET 2010 ACM USA 622 284 45. 66 750 ICWET 2011 ACM, IJAIS 587 222 37. 82 700 ICWET 2012 IJCA 580 115 19. 83 357 ICWET 2013 IJCA, IJAIS 527 92 17. 46 324 ICWET, ICWAC 2014 IJCA, IJAIS 450 55 12. 22 152 ICWET, ICWAC 2015 IJCA, IJAIS 310 50 16. 13 155

HOC Cell v Total no of students Enrolled for Higher studies : 35 v

HOC Cell v Total no of students Enrolled for Higher studies : 35 v Activities for AY-2015 -16 v Seminars to guide students for Higher Education in Foreign Universities Under professional Body v Technical Knowledge programme to prepare students for GATE exam, entrance test for government/public sectors employment etc. v Logical reasoning aptitude enhancement training programme to prepare students for GRE/TOFEL/CET/CAT/IELTS , aptitude test for placement.