Department of Electronics

1.      Name of the Department:      ELECTRONICS

2.      Year of establishment:  JUNE 1984

3.      Names of programmes offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated                                       Ph.D., D.Sc. D.Utt. etc.): UG

4.      Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved: NIL

5.      Examination System: Annual/Semester (Trimester Choice Based Credit) System: Semester

6.      Participation of The department in the courses offered by other department:  NIL

7.      Courses in collaboration with other universities industries foreign industries :- None

8.      Details of the courses/ programee discontinued (if any):- None

9.      Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual:

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Associate Professor

00

00

Assistant Professor

03

02

10.    Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience and                       research under guidance.

Teaching Name of Faculty

Qualification

Designation Status

Permanent /CHB

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

Mr. D. A. Yadav

M.sc.

Assistant Professor

Permanent

 

Applied Electronics

25

 Mr. C. B.Patil

M.sc.

Assistant Professor

Permanent

 

Applied Electronic

23

Miss. K.R.Yadav

M.Sc

Assi. Prof

C.H.B

Embedded System

4

Mr. P.B. Mattikali

M.Sc

Assi. Prof

C.H.B

Communication sysyem

5

Miss. R.B.Koli

M.Sc

Assi.Prof

C.H.B

VLSI Designe

3

Miss. T.R.Yadav

M.Sc

Assi.Prof

C.H.B

VLSI Designe

1

Mr. K.D.Attar

M.Sc

Assi.Prof

C.H.B

Embedded System

5

11.    List of senior visiting faculty:-  NIL

12.    Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled by temporary faculty: -                               (Grantable- 30%, Non-Grantable-100%)

13.    Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio (2015-16):---

Sr. No

Class

No. of Students

No. of Faculty

Ratio

1

B.sc I

74

2

37:1

2

B.sc II

36

2

18:1

3

B.sc III

25

2

12.5:1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.    Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff sanctioned filled and                       actual: -

Post

Scantioned

Filled

Lab Assistant

1

1

Lab Attendant

1

1

 

15.    Qualifications of teaching Faculty with Ph.D./ M.Phil./PG:

         Faculty with P.G. – 02

16.    Number of faculty with ongoing projects from:

         (i) National: Nil                                                             

         (ii) International funding agencies ------

         (iii) Total grants received: Nil   

17.    Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, OPE; DBT, ICSSR, AICTE, etc.                        total grants received:-  Nil

18.    Research centre/ faculty recognized by the university:- Nil

19.    Publications: ---

         • Books with ISBN with details of publishers:

Name of Authors

Title of Book

Publisher

ISBN No.

D. A. Yadav

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

SEM-I, Paper IV

Nirali Prakashan

ISBN 978-93-83971-38-1

20.    Areas of consultancy and income generated- Informal consultancy in maintaince of electronic                     appliences.

21.    Faculty serving in:

         (a) National committees— Nil

         (b) International committees- Nil

         (c) Editorial Boards – Nil

22.    Student projects

      a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental projects                      —   Yes B.Sc.III 100% , (All Students)

      b)  Percentage of students doing project in in collbioration with other industry/ institute: - Nil

23.    Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by

         • Faculty:  1) D.A. Yadav awarded Best Programmee Offiecer award of Shivaji University.

24.    List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors to the department:- Nil

25.    Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding                                                  (national\international) with details of outstanding participants, if any: Nil

26.    Student profile programme course-wise:

Name of the course & Year

Application Received

 No of students Enrolled

Pass Percentage %

 

 

Sancationed

Female

Male

 

B.Sc III 2015-2016

25

25

12

13

100

 

 

 

 

 

 

27.    Diversity of Students -2015-16

Name of the Course

% of Students from Same State

% of Students from other State

%of Students from Abroad

B. Sc.

100

___  

___

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.    How many students have cleared national and state competitive and Defence Services                             examinations, such as NET, SET, GATE civil  services defense services etc.:- Nil

 29.   Student progression-2015-16

Student Progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

3%

 

 

 

 

30.    Infrastructural facilitities

      (i) Library: Separate library is maintained in the department. The available books are forty one.

         (ii) Internet facilities for staff and students: are provided for staff and students also

         (iii) Total number of class rooms: 3

      (iv) Class rooms with ICT facility: 1, common ICT – auditorium and IT     laboratory

         (v) Students' laboratories: 1) One laboratory                                          

         (vi) Research laboratories: -------Nil

31.    Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university, government or                         other agencies:

         Students from socially and economically under privileged groups are getting scholarship/freeship                           from state Government

32.    Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) with                             external experts:-

         Seminars, guest lectures, Quiz competition, Poster presentation/wall paper presentation are organized

33.    Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

         Unit test, Assignments, Surprise test, open book test, Group discussion, Industrial visit 2K13                               Quiz organized on 18/11/2013,  2K16 Quiz organized on 25/9/2016.

34.    Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

         1) Students play active role in extension activities through N.S.S.

      2) Shri Mattikali P.B. won prize in Avishkar for innovative project ideas.(Remote controlled wheel                      chair)

35.    SWOC analysis and future plans of the department

Strengths:-

          1.     Good academics, best co- curricular activities

 2.     Consistantly good results.

3.      Students projects

4.      Departmental participation in Avishkar.

Weaknesses: -  

  1. No National /state level seminar /conference
  2. No minor research projects.

Opportunities:-

  1. To enrich the dept laboratory.
  2. To introduce certificate course in maintance of electronic appliances.

Challenges:-

  1. Organization of a national Seminar/Conference
  2. To initiate collaborative research activities

Future plans of the department.

  1. To start certificate course in maintainance of electronic appliances used in daily life.
  2. To organize National seminar/conference.
  3. To undertake research projects