The Department of ECE was started in the year 2003 with an intake of 120 students. The intake was increased to 180 students from 2012. A Separate block is provided to develop the department as a centre of excellence. ECE Department has faculties with good experience of teaching and research background, through which they are guiding students to the path of excellence. Most of the faculty members in ECE department are either Ph.D. or pursuing Ph.D. 

Faculties of the department are untiringly committed towards student betterment and growth of the department. Collaboration with faculty members from other disciplines, both within and outside the institute, is encouraged.

Department organizes various value addition program (VAP) for student, in various areas such Embedded System (ARM, Arduino, PIC etc.), IOT(Internet of things), MATLAB etc., to get them ready for the competitive industry and employability. Different projects bases on Project Based Learning was made by students and presented Tech Expo organized at college as well as university level.

The Alumnae of all the past years are well-placed in reputed organizations like INFOSYS, HCL Technologies, HP, Citrix etc. Some of them are pursuing M.Tech, MBA and MS courses in India & abroad. The Department has established well equipped laboratories.

Vision of the Department:

To create professionally competent, research oriented, disciplined, socially & environmentally sensitized Electronics & Communication Engineers.

Mission of the Department:

M1: To make the students entrepreneur & employable by imparting quality education & training in Science, Electronics & Communication Engineering fields.

M2: To create an environment for overall personal development of the students including creative & innovative thinking, team work, professional ethics & improved communication skills.

M3: To pursue research & new technologies in Electronics & Communication Engineering & related disciplines in order to serve the need of society, industry, government & scientific community.

Program Education Objectives (PEOs)

Programme educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing graduates to achieve within 3 to 5 years after graduation.

PEO1: To provide virtuous learning environment in numerous areas of Electronics and communication engineering for higher studies, research and employability.

PEO2: Recognize, synthesize and apply the acquired knowledge in basic sciences and mathematics in solving Electronics and Communication Engineering realistic problems.

PEO3: Able to inculcate effective communication skills, teamwork, ethics, sense of responsibility for a successful career in industries and research organizations

PEO4: Graduating students shall have an ability to be an entrepreneur, as they are equipped with skills and competences necessary to manage people, enterprises & business.

Program Outcomes (POs)

PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4. 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.

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. 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 engineering practice.

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 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’sown 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.

Dr. Avadhesh Kumar Sharma

Dr. Avadhesh Kumar Sharma

Associate Professor & HoD
  • AMIETE, M.E. (Signal Processing),Ph.D. (Electronics & Communication Engineering), NET
  • Digital Signal Processing ,Image Processing,
  • avadesh.sharma@hmritm.ac.in
Brief Profile

Dr. Avadhesh Kumar Sharma is having experience in both industry and teaching. He has a teaching experience of 20+ years. He worked in industry about 2 years. He received his AMIETE degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering from Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers, Delhi in 1998.

He did his M.E. degree in Signal Processing from MDU, Rohtak, Haryana in 2008 & Ph.D. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from SU,  Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan in 2015. He qualified the UGC NET in June 2013 in the subject  Electronic Science. His areas of Research interest include Biomedical Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing & Digital Communication.

He has published & presented many research papers in National and International Journals & Conferences. He conducted many FDPs , Project Exhibition, Seminars, Guest Lectures for the faculty & students. He is life member of IETE & ISTE.

He was nominated by Indian Society for Technical Education  member of the SMC of ISTE Delhi Section for the period of three years from January 2015 to December 2017. He is the advisor of ISTE Students Chapter at HMRITM. He is the recipient of the ‘ISTE Best Students Chapter award at Vellore University, Tamilnadu in September 2016.

Labs & Infrastructure

The Electronics & Communication Engineering Department has 10 class rooms and 02 tutorial rooms equipped with Podium ,Black/white board, LCD projectors & OHP, Wi-Fi campus for providing Internet facilities through 32 Mbps dedicated connection with uninterrupted power backup to cater to power failure situations and following well-equipped laboratory for fulfill the requirement of B.Tech. Program as well as support the students for their Project.

Electronic Devices Lab

Electronic Devices lab is catering to the needs of facilities in electronics field by training its students to make valuable contribution. This lab is used by B.Tech first year students of all branches. It helps students to enhance their knowledge about various electronics equipment- both passive as well as active. Electronics is distinct from electrical and electro-mechanical science and technology, which deals with the generation, distribution, switching, storage and conversion of electrical energy to and from other energy forms using wires, motors, generators, batteries, switches, relays, transformers, resistors and other passive components. The objective of this lab is to prepare its students with good foundation in electronics field so that they become graduate and effective system engineers.

STLD Lab

Switching Theory & Logic Design Lab is catering to the needs of facilities in electronics field by training its students to make valuable contribution. This lab is used by B. tech second year students of different branches like Electronics & Communication, Computer Science, Electrical & Electronics, IT, and Mechanical Department. STLD Laboratory is fully equipped with the required instruments such as C.R.O., Multimeters, signal Generator etc. to conduct experiments with digital ICs for UG students. It helps students to enhance their knowledge about various electronics equipments like shift registers, counters, adders, subtractors and seven segment display devices etc . The objective of this lab is to prepare its students with good foundation in electronics field so that they become graduate and effective system engineers.

Signals & Systems Lab

This lab is used by B.tech second students of ECE Department. The student acquire hands-on experience with programming in MATLAB/SCILAB & understand the theory behind signals and systems as well as basic operations of signals like shifting, scaling and convolution transformation etc.

Communication Systems Lab

Communications System Laboratory offers an integrated approach to communications system teaching. The communication lab for second year students is well equipped with all required e+quipments like different kinds of modulation, laboratory experiments in AM, FM and transmission techniques (base band, band pass). The objective of this lab to develop a clear insight into the relations between the input and output ac signals in various stages of a transmitter and a receiver of AM & FM systems.

EIM Lab

The Electronics Instrumentation and Measurement laboratory for second year students of ECE Department has the objective to familiarize the student with the operation of basic laboratory instrumentation such as Energy meter, multimeter, frequency counter, voltmeter, Ammeter, CRO etc. Another goal is to re-enforce theoretical knowledge with practice and vice-versa, and also to learn correct laboratory procedures and techniques. This is accomplished by building, testing, and taking measurements on simple circuits. In the execution of the experiment, highest benefit is gained by students of Electronics and Communication Engineering if they can distinguish between performing the experiment by following step-by-step instructions, and actually understanding the reasons and the methodology behind the various parts.

Analog Electronics-I Lab

Analog Electronics Lab engages B.Tech ECE & EEE students of second year. It helps students to enhance their knowledge about various electronics equipments both passive as well as active. Students are encouraged to perform basic experiments related to diodes, transistors and op-amps which aids in understanding of the circuit behavior at component level. The experiments range from realization of clippers, clampers, voltage regulators as applications of diodes to implementation of amplifiers using BJTs, MOSFETs and op-amps. This lab is very essential for students to learn theoretical concept by designing circuits practically.

Project Lab

Electronics Project Lab contains all the parts and instructions to assemble educational and fun experiments and circuits. It is used by all students of electronics department whenever they are making the projects. Students build their own knowledge by exploring amplifiers, analogue and digital circuits plus learn how to read schematic diagrams. Build a special lighting effect, radio transmitter and receivers, amazing electronic sound effects, Security Systems, GPS trackers, cool games and MORE! Hardware components in this Includes a built-in speaker, LED digital display, integrated circuits, transistors, transformers, diodes, resistors, capacitors, LEDs and lots of other components. A built-in breadboard allows easy wiring and connection of components. Students also make software based projects in which they have a good understanding of the concepts behind computer microprocessors and programming. Thus this lab gives the practical exposure to the students with real electronic world.

Analog Electronics-II Lab

Analog Electronics Lab engages B.Tech ECE & EEE students of second year. This Lab includes the experiments related to OTAs, filters and oscillators of various types using BJTs, MOSFETs and op-amps. The objective of this lab is to prepare its students with good foundation in electronics field so that they become graduate and effective system engineers.

Analog Electronics-II Lab

Analog Electronics Lab engages B.Tech ECE & EEE students of second year. This Lab includes the experiments related to OTAs, filters and oscillators of various types using BJTs, MOSFETs and op-amps. The objective of this lab is to prepare its students with good foundation in electronics field so that they become graduate and effective system engineers.

Microwave Lab

The microwave lab for ECE third year students is well equipped with all required equipments like klystron power supplies, isolators directional couplers etc klystron test benches-X Band 8.2 to 12.4 GHz, and Gunn set ups, VSWR meters ,frequency meter, Cathode ray Oscilloscope and Digital storage oscilloscope. This lab provides comprehensive knowledge of microwave frequencies, microwave devices, microwave transmission lines, microwave passive and active circuits and measurements.

VLSI Lab

VLSI Lab used by third year ECE students is dedicated to circuits and VLSI designing, is intended to serve its facilities as one of the teaching labs and also to facilitate teaching projects and research projects. These projects and teaching work include the experimental and innovative study in the field of analog and digital circuits, VLSI designing, microcontrollers and its applications. The aim of the lab, which is under the ECE Department, is to produce trained professionals for the industry and to achieve excellence in research using latest technology and innovative ideas for research as well. This lab has active HDL for front end designing, Xilinx for synthesis and analysis of HDL designs and Tanner Tools for back end design & analysis.

Consumer Electronics Lab

This Lab has been designed as a part of the curriculum of elective subject for fourth year ECE students. Students are exposed to the working models of basic consumer electronics equipments starting from stereo cassette player to compact disk players. Color TV demonstration kit is used for understanding the various complex phenomenon involved in the TV receiver section. Students also design various basic sub-blocks of consumer electronic equipments and try hands-on to repair small household devices.

Optical & Wireless Communication Lab

The objective of Optical & Wireless Communication Lab is to help the students with the design and operating principles of modern optical communication system network. This lab engages ECE 4th year students. This lab enables students to design a simple optical communication link & to get familiar with the components used in optical communication system. This lab has skits to understand characteristics of system components and understand the principles of Laser diodes, single and multimode fibers, light sources, detectors and amplifiers, passive optical devices, optical communication network and optical receiver etc.

Satellite & Antenna Lab

The Satellite & Antenna lab for ECE fourth year students has the objective to familiarize the student with operation of some particular microwave antennas like monopole, dipole, parabolic and yagi-udi etc. by getting the radiation patterns of those antennas with the best understanding of major and minor lobes. This Lab deals with experiments regarding communication between two users at far distance via satellite. It use a satellite communication trainer kit based on uplink and downlink formed via transponder to form a link establishment, to show active and passive link, and also to calculate delay and SNR.

I am pleased to welcome you to the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of HMR Institute of Technology & Management.

Electronics and Communication Engineering is a dynamic and exciting area that provides excellent career opportunities in various areas of technology. Electronics is the foundation on which Information Technology and Computer Engineering has grown. All high speed networks and computers work on the hardware designed by an Electronics & Communication Engineers.

Radio, television, mobile phones, computers, wireless devices, satellites, warfare equipments, biomedical electronics and house-hold appliances, etc are few examples of the wide area of application of electronics in daily life. Electronics & Communication Engineering graduates plays a vital role in IT sector & they have a unlimited opportunities in the field of communication systems as well as in higher studies and research in India & abroad.

Department provide healthy environment to students and faculties to carry out inter department collaborative research in area like Image Processing, internet of things, robotics, etc. Students are also given opportunities to involve in IEEE Student chapter & ISTE Student chapter activities. They are provided internship facility in organizations like MTNL, DRDO, and ECIL etc. The department conducts various workshops, expert talks, industry focused seminars and visits, technical exhibitions and additional training programs on recent trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering in collaboration with industries for the benefit of faculty and students. The student projects are conducted in-house with the guidance of department faculty and industrial trainers. Students can include them under different type of club in various Sports and cultural activities in addition to academics.

This website is intended to introduce HMRITM’s ECE Department and provide information about faculty, laboratories and facilities, and the research and consultancy activities of the faculty members. We hope that you will enjoy visiting our website.

Thank you for visiting us.

Dr. A. K. Sharma
HOD ECE

S.NO. BATCH RANK ROLL NO. NAME PASSING%
1 2012-2016 1st 4396502812 G.S. EKTA 88.87
2nd 21213302812 VIVEK RANA 88.65
3rd 4596502812 NIDHI SIKKA 88.17
2 2013-2017 1st 1013302813 ADITI CHAUHAN 86.9
2nd 413302813 TRIPTI AGGARWAL 86.35
3rd 113302813 ADITI GUPTA 84.72
3 2014-2018 1st 2213302814 BHAVNA KOHLI 87.66
2nd 6413302813 SAKSHI GARG 84.93
3rd 12513302814 VAIBHAV MALHOTRA 84.48
4 2015-2019 1st 43413302815 SHASHANK AGGARWAL 79.26
2nd 313302815 AKSHITA KHURANA 79.2
3rd 513302815 APAAR GUPTA 78.72

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS OF ECE DEPT. IN 2015 & 2016

Conferences

Rajesh Yadav,”Paper entitled “Iris Recognition using Gabor Filter and Support Vector Machine” presented and published in proceeding of National Conference on Advances in Electronics and Communication Technology, pp-97123-97127, Jan, 2015

Puneet Verma, “Design of Licensed Number plate Recognition system using Hybrid Technique from Neural Network template matching, International  conference computing,Communication Of security(ICCCS)2015, DOI: 10.11.09/CCCS .2015.7374170Alsoin IEEE digital Library Paper publication, Dec. 2015.

Jagrit Kathuria,”Paper entitled “Low Power Synchronous butter Based Queue For 30MPSoC  ” World Congress 0.4 Information and communication Technology IEEE ISBN9781467301251 PP782-786, Dec. 2015.

Ritu Rani,”Paper entitled “A comparative Analysis of object Recognation Technique” IEEE-7th Sem.  International conference on Intelligent system , Jan.2016

Dr. Ghanshyam,”Paper entitled “A VDVTA based noval  configuration for realizing Grounded Inductance” presented and published in proceeding of International Conference on ICICCD(Springer), April, 2016.

Rajesh Yadav,”Paper entitled “Prime codes based tunable OCDMA system” presented and published in proceeding of International Conference on ICEMS-2016, March, 2016

Avadhesh Kumar Sharma,”Paper entitled “Novel Active Circuit for Realizing Variable Grounded Passive Elements” presented and published in proceeding of International Conference on ICMETE 2016 (IEEE), pp-569-563, September, 2016.

Books/Edited Chapters:

Name of the Faculty Book Name/Editted Chapters Publisher

 

Ms Mukti

“Unlicensed Mobile Access in the book
‘Information,
Communication
and Computer Network’

 

 

A.K Publications

 

 

September.2015

Publications:

Shweta Sagar, Deeksha Lal,” Application of MIMO Protocol in Adhoc Wireless Network”, IJERD,Volume II, Issue 01, pp.43-47 Jan 2015

Shweta Sagar, Deeksha Lal, Seema Dahiya,” Visible Light Communication”, IJERD, volume II, Issue 01, pp.36-40, Jan 2015

Pawan Bhutani, Abhijeet Kumar, Rajesh Yadav,” Study & Design of Sierpinski carpet fractal Antenna”, IJSART, volume I, Issue 08, Aug 2015.

Ghanshyam Singh, “Single VDVTA – based Voltage – mode Biquad filter employing single VDVTA,” Circuits and Systems Journal, vol. 6. March 2015.

Ghanshyam Singh, “ Three –  input one – output voltage mode MISO type  biquad filter configuration using OTAs,” International Journal of Electronics, Electrical and Computational System, vol. 4, pp. 328-333, March 2015

Kuldeep Panwar, “Circuit & Sytem CDDIT Based Voltage Mode 1st Order All pass Filter Configuration”, Sci Res, International Journal of ckt. & system scientific Research Publishing vol. 6 ,PP 252-256, Nov. 2015.

Kuldeep Panwar, “Circuit & Sytem  Digitally Programmable voltage mode univesrsal filter- A minimal Realization”, International journal of ckt. & system Scientific Research Publishing ,Vol. 6 ,PP 213-223, Oct. 2015.

Seema Malik,” A Review of Routing Protocols in WSN.”, IJSART,Volume II, Issue 03, pp.24-29, March 2016

Rajesh Yadav,” Design & Performance analysis of Prime codes for OCDMA.”, International Journal of optical(Springer),May 2016.

Rajesh Yadav,” Design of DPSK modulator & direct detection receiver for DWDM based Optical Communication System”, International Journal of communication Technology,Issue-2,Vol.7,pp.-1321-1325 June 2016.