ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

(UG Program NBA Accredited for the period 1.7.2019 to 30.06.2022)

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING


Introduction

Telecommunication is a discipline in its own right. Telecommunication engineering wholly integrates the science and engineering of all that makes communication through electronic devices. Telecommunication engineers design, build and manage systems that transmit process and store information as electrical or optical signals. This program enables engineering graduates to develop the technological and competitive skills needed in the design and engineering of modern telecommunication systems and networks.

The department of Telecommunication Engineering was established in the year 2000. The department is headed by Dr. Usha Devi M B, PhD (Switching technology). The faculty members of the department include one doctorate and 13 Post Graduates, most of them are pursing PhD. It has well equipped laboratories, computer centre and department library. An agenda of ISTE recognized short-term training programs, workshops and conferences ensures healthy interaction and have enabled students to compete and win awards at national levels.

The department is coordinating the Remote Centre of IIT-Bombay in the college where short term courses are conducted for staff and students by video conferencing. It also manages prospective nodal center for eYantra - a Robot based project initiated by IIT Bombay. The department organizes workshops, conferences and technical programs under the banner of IETE student's forum and shivamogga IETE center. Students and faculties are encouraged to participate in them, to orient them to the scope, relevance and usage of technology by publishing papers at national and international levels. Students of the department are undertaking many useful innovative projects.

Vision

  • To emerge as a center of academic excellence in the field of telecommunication engineering to impart quality education by keeping pace with rapidly changing technologies and industry requirements to create technical manpower of global standard for the betterment of industry and society.

Mission

  • M1: Impart knowledge and skills required for the latest and advanced engineering & technological processes in the field of Telecommunication.
  • M2: Instill creative thinking through innovative and team-based methods to develop employability, entrepreneurial traits and research capability among the students.
  • M3: Provide value-based technical education empowering the students with ethical and humane values addressing the needs of industries and the society.

# Program Educational Objectives : -
The Graduates will be able to:
PEO - 1 Establish themselves as practicing professionals with required skills and will have professional growth in telecommunication and allied domain.
PEO - 2 Exhibit their innovative, technical and research potential to take up current industry and societal challenges.
PEO - 3 Pursue higher studies and engage themselves in life-long learning imbibing ethical principles to contribute to society with a global outlook.

# Program Specific Outcomes : -
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PSO - 1 Understand and develop analog and digital telecommunication systems and determine their performance.
PSO - 2 Design, build and test analog, digital and embedded systems according to specifications.

# Program Outcomes
PO - 1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO - 2 Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO - 3 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.
PO - 4 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.
PO - 5 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.
PO - 6 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.
PO - 7 Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO - 8 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO - 9 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO - 10 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.
PO - 11 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.
PO - 12 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.


Department Advisory Board/Committee

The department Academic advisory committee comprises HOD, Senior faculties, two external academician, two members from industry, alumni members and student members. The committee will review the academic quality and suggest improvements in the related areas.
# Name with Designation Category
1 Dr. Ushadevi M B, Professor & HOD Department of TCE, JNNCE, Shivamogga. e-mail: hod_tce@jnnce.ac.inPh No : +91 8722544898 Internal Academician, Chairman
2 Mr. Madhukar C S, Associate Professor, Department of TCE, JNNCE, Shivamogga.e-mail: csmadhukar@jnnce.ac.inPh No: +91 9900981080 Internal Academician, Convener
3 Dr. Shreedharmurty S K, Associate professor, Department of ECE, UBDT, Davangere. e-mail: sks_murthy@yahoo.com Ph No: +91 8073835276 External Academician
4 r. K Viswanath, Professor & Head, Department of TCE, SIT, Tumkur. e-mail : viswasit@gmail.com, - Ph No: +91 9481346724 External Academician
5 Mr. Deepak Ramanna Hebbur, CEO, Skillfinity technologies Pvt. Bangalore. e-mail : Deepak.hebbur@skillfinity.in - Ph No : +91 9535677881 Industy
6 Mr. Chetan Taranath Kadekoppa, Software Engineer,DellEMC,Data Protection Division R&D,Bangalore. e-mail : Chetank1989@gmail.com- Ph No :+91 9743946740 Industy
7 Mr. Nithin H V, Assistant Professor, Department of ECE, PESITM, Shivamogga. e-mail :hv.nithin@gmail.com Ph No:+91 7760011424 Alumni
8 Ms. Ashiwarya B R, Networking Engineer,BrillioTechnologies,Bangalore. e-mail :aishunischala@gmail.com Ph No:+91 8762653481 Alumni
9 Mr. Shrikanthsheshagiri Bhat, II year student, Department of TCE, JNNCE, Shivamogga. e-mail : shrikanthsb999@gmail.com - Ph No : +91 7022406993 Student
10 Ms. Pooja D, II year student, Department of TCE, JNNCE, Shivamogga. e-mail: poojad.saipuc@gmail.com - PhNo :+91 7353250129 Student

Program Assessment Committee

  1. Mr. Amarappa S, Associate Professor
  2. Mr. Madhukar C S, Associate Professor
  3. Ms. Ashwini S R, Assistant Professor
  4. Mr. Harisha S B, Assistant Professor

# NAME OF THE LABORATORY NO. OF STUDENTS PER BATCH NAME OF THE IMPORTANT EQUIPMENT
1 Analog & Digital Lab 15 Dual channel CRO
DSO
Function Generator
DRB, DCB, DIB
Rheostat
Dimmer stat
Digital LCR Meter
Analog & Digital IC Tester
Micro strip Antenna
X band Micro strip Components.
Microwave Signal Source
RF Power meter
Antenna turn table setup
Microcontroller based radiation pattern turn table,
PCM Generation & Detection Using CODEC Chip Kit
PSK, DPSK, QPSK, TDM Modulation, & Demodulation Kits
Fiber optics trainer kit.
Digital Storage Oscilloscope, CRO
Microwave Test bench frequency 8.22 to 12.4 GHz
Micro strip Antenna
Klystron Power Supply
2 Computer Lab 15 HP i7 Computer systems
Code Blocks, NCTUNs & Turbo C Software,
Keil-C Software
Logic Controller Interface
Stepper Motor Interface with Stepper Motor& Power Adapter,
Xilinx FPGA Kits -400K Gate Density & Interfaces with power supply
10KVA UPS
Digital Trainer Kits
Digital IC Tester

Additional lab facilities

# FACULTY NAME DETAILS Reason(s) for creating facility
1 e - yantra Sponsored by MHRD under the National Mission on Education through ICT program. To create the next generation of embedded systems engineers to help provide practical solutions to some of the real world problems.
2 Akash Tablets Aakash Tablet, launched by Government of India, is emerging as a key ICT tool for this purpose It is used as a creative talent of these professional students to develop applications and content for all levels of education.

Project Laboratory

# FACILITIES UTILIZATION
1 Working PCs Students utilize PCs for interfacing and documentation work
2 Internet Facility Students use to access Internet and get exposed to the latest technological trends and implement them in projects and educational purposes
3 e- Journals Students can access the e- Journals online

Class Rooms

# CLASS ROOM NUMBER TOTAL AREA
1 203 61.96 sq.m.
2 204 49.77 sq.m.
3 205 84.54 sq.m.
4 206 94.29 sq.m.

Dept Library

Total number of books available in the library:2118

Seminar/Auditorium facility:

Ad block Seminar hall with 150 seating capacity, Projector and AC.

SL. NO

NAME

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

DOJ

EXPERIENCE

NATURE OF ASSOCIATION

PROFILE

EMAIL-ID

1

S. Amarappa

B.E. M.E.

Associate Professor

03.01.1987

32.9

Regular

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amarappas@jnnce.ac.in

2

Dr. Usha Devi. M. B

B.E. M.Tech., Ph.D.

Professor & Head

30.04.1998

21.5

Regular

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hod_tce@jnnce.ac.in

3

Madhukar. C. S

B.E. M.E.

Associate Professor

01.09.2001

18.2

Regular

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csmadhukar@jnnce.ac.in

4

Harisha. S. B

 B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

01.08.2003

16.3

Regular

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harishasb@jnnce.ac.in

5

Ashwini. S. R

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

07.08.2003

16.3

Regular

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srashwini@jnnce.ac.in

6

Shashi Kiran. S

B.E. M.Sc (Engg).

Assistant Professor

02.09.2004

15.2

Regular

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shashikiran@jnnce.ac.in,

7

Aparna

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

27.07.2006

13.3

Regular

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aparnaraj@jnnce.ac.in

8

Madhusudhan. G

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

16.08.2006

13.2

Regular

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gmrmadhu@jnnce.ac.in

9

Benak Patel. M. P

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

02.08.2010

9.3

Regular

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benapk7@jnnce.ac.in

10

Rashmi M. Hullamani

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

01.08.2012

7.3

Regular

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rashmimh@jnnce.ac.in

11

Anand Raj. S. N

B.E. M.Tech

Assistant Professor

01.08.2013

6.3

Regular

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anandraj@jnnce.ac.in

# NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION Email-Id
1 Parvathamma. G. S ITI, ATS Mechanic parvathivenkateshg@gmail.com
2 Nuthan Kumara. M. U. Diploma (E&C),BE (E&C) Assistant Instructor nuthankumar_mu@jnnce.ac.in
3 Rajath L. Diploma (E&C) Assistant Instructor rajath.l@jnnce.ac.in

# NAME DESIGNATION EXPERIENCE IN YEARS
1 Noorulla. K
(Noorullakarimsab@gmail.com)
Attender 10

Dept. Forum

  • Name of the forum:TELEGMA
  • Office bearers: Mr. Shashikiran S

Scope & objectives:

  • TELEGMA, the Department Forum exclusively for Telecommunication Engineering students.
  • The main intention of this is to provide a platform for Telecommunication Engineering students to showcase their talent. Every student will get the opportunity to actively participate in all the events which are planned as a part of TELEGMA.
  • This will in turn help students to build leadership qualities, communication skills, confidence level, time and financial management qualities along with team work abilities.

Activities carried out and photo gallery

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Dept. Forum Newsletter/Magazine

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List of Meritorious awards if any:

The Telecommunication Engineering Department, JNN College of Engineering has always had a culture of encouraging students.
The students are motivated to achieve a higher level of performance and Challenging tasks are assigned like presenting a paper, undertaking hobby projects, taking NPTEL courses on advanced topics, etc.
● Award Cash incentives to bright students scoring more than 80% Or 8.5 SGPA
● Best outgoing student award is given by the institute for each program.
● SET Awards:
Staff of Electronics & Communication Engg. and Telecommunication Engg. encourage the students by giving prizes to toppers of each semester.

SET AWARDS - Click here to View

Funded R & D Projects - NAIN

# BATCH & YEAR PROJECT MENTOR
1 1 & 2015-16 Cell Phone Network Device Harisha S. B.
Areca Drone Benak Patel M P
2 3 & 2017-18 Smart Areca Nut Differentiator Benak Patel M P
Prescription Remainder Harisha S. B.
Smart Ambulance Detector Aparna
3 4 & 2018-19 Agro security Benak Patel M P
Smart Gloves Benak Patel M P

Funded R & D Projects - KSCST

# BATCH & YEAR PROJECT MENTOR
1 2016-2017 Gorakshak: An Automated Farm Via IoT Mr. Madhusudhan G
2 2017-2018 Gesture Controlled Wireless Voice Command System Mrs. Ashwini S. R.
3 2018-19 IoT based real time flash flood monitoring and alert system Mr. Anandraj S. N.

Industry Institute Interaction

To strengthen interaction with industries and to keep our students updated with the latest trends in Telecommunication Engineering, the Department has signed MoUs with industries.
# Name of the Organization
1 Sorgen Systems, Hyderabad
2 Lekha Wireless Solutions Private Ltd, Bangalore
3 SugamyaAcademy For Excellence (SAFE), Mysore
4 Aruns Academy, unit of MOW solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

Industrial Visits:

# Name of the Organization Date of Visit
1 Janashri TV channel, Bengaluru 23rd September 2017
2 ISRO Bengaluru 15th April 2018
3 BHEL, Bengaluru 8th April 2019
4 ACE components, Mysore 9th April 2019

Industry Institute Interaction through Internships

Internship is part of the curriculum and Students have been carrying out their internship in below mentioned industries.
  • HAL, Bengaluru
  • RTTC, BSNL, MYSORE
  • LOGIWARE SOFTTECH, SHIMOGA
  • MITRA S/W, SHIMOGA
  • THYNKRYT PVT. LTD., SHIMOGA
  • VENTALYST BUSINESS ANALYSTS, SHIMOGA

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Facilities

Library and Information Center

One of the best places in our campus that we can boast of is our Library..

Hi-Tech Auditorium

The college has well furnished A/C Auditorium, which is equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual..

Modern Class Rooms

JNNCE has well furnished lecture hall equipped with audiovisual equipment like Smartboards, Projectors etc,.

Hostel and Transport

Hostels are a home away from home. We at JNNCE provide you a decent stay and the best possible learning environment.

Well Equipped Lab/Workshops

Well equipped spacious laboratories in all the departments so that student can perform development

Sports and Cafeteria

JNNCE recognizes the importance of sports and recreation for the overall development of student's personality.