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The department is also distinctive for our research style, educational programs, commitment to diversity, culture and industrial collaboration structure. Our research activity framework in one of the most consistent research frameworks, wherein we have been doing many research activities, to augment and push theses, and to get involved in emerging technologies we have created research pillars/groups as follows under the coordinatorship of faculty members. All faculty members are required to get registered at least in one group.

 

Research Group

Research Area

Prof. S. K. Bhatnagar, Prof. Mukesh Arora,  Dr. Monika Mathur, Dr. Shubhi Jain, Mr. Harshal Nigam, Mr. Pallav Rawal

Microstrip Antenna, Reconfigurable Antenna

Prof. Praveen K. Jain, Dr. Swati Arora, Mr. Neeraj Jain,

Nanoelectronics

Mr. Vikas Pathak, Ms. Manju Choudhary, Ms. Pooja Choudhary, Ms. Priyanka Sharma, Ms. Namrati Joshi, Mr. Rahul Pandey

VLSI Technology

Mr. J P Vijay, Ms. Kiran Rathi Dr. Rukhsar Zafar

Optical Fiber and Networks, Photonics Technoogy

 

Introduction:

The key role of a teacher is to teach, which can be understood as meaning to facilitate learning of some target curriculum. Teaching is therefore intimately tied to notions of learning and there is a sense that if students do not learn then whatever the teacher is doing does not deserve the label of ‘teaching’. The use of innovative methods in educational institutions has the potential not only to improve education, but also to empower people, strengthen governance and galvanize the effort to achieve the human development goals for the country.

Traditional Teaching Method:

In the pre-technology education context the teacher is the sender, the educational material is the information and the student is the receiver of the information. In terms of the delivery medium, the educator can deliver the message via the “chalk-and- talk” method and LCD projector transparencies. This learning perspective is a popular technique, which has been used for decades as an educational strategy in all institutions of learning. Basically teacher controls the instructional process, the content is delivered to the entire class and the teacher tends to emphasize factual knowledge.

D-Space has been created in CAYm3 as information source for students where they can explore research papers of faculties and various lectures delivered by faculties, so course material and Lab manuals are being uploaded to D-Space for ready access to students.

Statement of Clear Goals:

Teaching process is effective when it is tied to learning of students then only it is said to      be outcome based teaching learning process. We follow the following procedures to achieve the outcomes.

·         The institution is affiliated with Rajasthan Technical University. The ECE           Branch of the institution has to follow the prescribed syllabus and scheme which is framed by the university.

·         Course outcomes are framed accordingly by the faculty members.

·         The course outcomes are interlinked with POs and PSOs. 

·         Mappings of POs and PSOs with curriculum are available in the department.

·         Course outcomes and Program outcomes are mapped.  The attainment levels of the university curriculum in terms of individual course(s) and POs  are identified. Outcome assessment methods include, but are not limited to midterm examinations, quizzes, university examinations and laboratory examinations.

·         This assessment (followed by the data analysis in terms of midterm marks, university results analysis) ensures compliance of the university curriculum, POs and PSOs.

·         The gaps are reviewed by the DPAQIC and suitable measures are recommended and devised by DPAQIC to bridge the gap in the form of theory, practical and sessional course work, beyond syllabus teaching, expert lectures and co-curricular activities.

Mapping of Curriculum Courses with POs is carried out in order to :  

·         Enable assessment of attainment of POs from the attainment of COs 

 

·  To identify curricular gap in attainment of POs and PSOs, and to design additional learning material/exercise/ activities to fill the curricular gap.

 

 

INNOVATIVE METHODS OF LEARNING

Following innovative learning methods are initiated and implemented by the faculty for students to learn in a better manner.

1.      Power Point Presentation

2.      OHP Slide

3.      Animated Video Lectures

4.      Role Play for Deep Understandings of Concepts

5.      Smart Class Rooms

6.      Digital Library(Del Net)

7.      Group Learning(Tutorials & Lab Experiments)

8.      Innovations in Assessment(Midterm paper according to blooms taxonomy, Unit Tests, Assignments ,Library Assignments)

9.      Innovations in Evaluation(Solution with Stepwise marking system uploaded after the exam on D-Space)

10.  NPTEL & Swayam video lectures are referred to improve the quality of Teaching

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Details for the faculty of the department for academic year 2018-19

Faculty

 

Details for the faculty of the department for academic year 2017-18

Faculty

 

Details for the faculty of the department for academic year 2016-17

Faculty

Details for the faculty of the department for academic year 2019-20

Dr. Mukesh Arora
Professor & Head of Department
B.E, M. Tech, Ph.D, MISTE, LMBES, MIE, MIETE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Dr. Satish Kumar Bhatnagar
Professor & Director (Research)
Ph. D, FIETE, LMIMAPS, LMIFTS, MIPA, MSCI, MIFS
Specialization: Digital Communication
Satya Narayan Vijayvergiya
Professor & Dean (Research and Development)
B.E., M. Tech.
Specialization: Control & Instrumentation
Dr. Praveen Kumar Jain
Professor & Dy. HOD
M. Tech, Ph. D, NET-JRF, LMMRSI, LMISTE, AMIE, LMIETE
Specialization: Nano Electronics
Dr. Monika Mathur
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph .D, LMISTE, LMIETE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Dr. Rukhsar Zafar
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D, AMIE, MISTE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Dr. Swati Arora
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D., AMIE, MISTE, MIRED
Specialization: Nano Electronics
Kiran Rathi
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D*
Specialization: Digital Communication
Vikas Pathak
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech., Ph. D.*, AMIE, LMISTE
Specialization: VLSI Design
Mamta Jain
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, MIE
Specialization: VLSI Design
Jayprakash Vijay
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D*, LMISTE, AMIE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Manju Choudhary
Associate Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D.*, LMISTE
Specialization: VLSI Design
Shubhi Jain
Assistant Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D*, AMIE
Specialization: Microwave Engineering
Rajni Idiwal
Assistant Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D*, MIAENG, MIRED
Specialization: Digital Communication
Neeraj Jain
Assistant Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D*, AMIE
Specialization: VLSI Design
Ankit Agarwal
Assistant Professor
B.E, M. Tech, Ph. D.*, MIAENG, RIEEE , MMC, AMIETE,AMIE,MUACEEE,SMOSA,SMSPIE,MAMTA,NET
Specialization: Electronics & Communication
Pallav Rawal
Assistant Professor
B. Tech, M. Tech, Ph. D*, LMISTE, AMIE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Lalit Kumar Lata
Assistant Professor
 B. Tech, M. Tech, Ph. D.*, LMISTE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Priyanka Sharma
Assistant Professor
B.E, M. Tech
Specialization: VLSI Design
Pooja Choudhary
Assistant Professor
B. E, M. Tech, Ph. D.*, PGDHRM, NET, AMIE
Specialization: VLSI Design
Gloria Joseph
Assistant Professor
B. Tech, M. Tech
Specialization: Digital Communication
Namrata Joshi
Assistant Professor
B. Tech, M. Tech
Specialization: VLSI Design
Rahul Pandey
Assistant Professor
B. TECH, M. TECH, IRED, IACSIT, DIWC
Specialization: Microelectronics
Abhinandan Jain
Assistant Professor
B.E, M.E
Specialization: Electronic Product Design Technology
Harshal Nigam
Assistant Professor
 B. E, M. Tech, Ph. D.*, AMIE
Specialization: Digital Communication
Ravi Jangir
Assistant Professor
B.TECH, M.TECH, NET
Specialization: Communication & I.T.
Richa Sharma
Assistant Professor
B.TECH, M.TECH
Specialization: Digital Communication
Sunil Lakhawat
Assistant Professor
B. Tech, M. Tech*
Specialization: Digital Communication
Praveen Saraswat
Assistant Professor
B.TECH, M.TECH
Specialization:Microwave Engineering

OSA @ SKIT (OSA Student Chapter)

OSA supports an extensive global network of more than 370 Student Chapters. These chapters, managed for  and by students. The SKIT OSA student chapter was inaugurated by Prof. V Sinha, Retired professor IIT Kanpur in the “Faculty development program on Advances in optical communication” on 11th February 2019. Prof Ghanshyam Singh, ( Professor MNIT Jaipur) also grace the event. The members of OSA student chapter are enlightened with the basics of optical communication and its recent advances in the related field. 

IE Student Chapter

The Institution of Engineers is the world's largest professional society in Engineering and Technology world. This society gives platform to students and faculty members to use rich collection of IEI library network, to attend seminar and workshop conducted by IE in India. IE also give opportunity to participate in technical events and to publish research work. EC department of SKIT runs IE student forum under which several technical events, workshops and meetings are organized.

IEEE MTT Student Chapter

The IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) is a transnational society with more than 10,500 members and 190 chapters worldwide. Our college is also having student chapter of this society.  Mr. Harshal Nigam is the Chairman of this student chapter. This society promotes the advancement of microwave theory and its applications, including RF, microwave, millimeter-wave, and terahertz technologies. The activities sponsored by the MTT-S include a broad spectrum of conferences, workshops, tutorials, technical committees, chapter meetings, publications and professional education programs.

SRAJAN- Embedded Club

Our ECE department has started embedded club named SRAJAN in session 2015-2016. Main focus behind this club is to improve industry student interface as industrial persons provide platform to students by conducting classes weekly thus directly interacting with them. It encourages students towards latest embedded projects in electronics field.

IETE Student Forum

The department of EC is well connected with international professional societies like IETE, IEI. The forum encourages student participation and aims at providing a well-planned and sophisticated platform for extracurricular activities in electronic designs etc. It facilitates the exchange of information and ideas on these subjects with the members of IETE.

ISTE Student Chapter

The Indian Society for Technical Education is a national, professional, non-profit making society registered under the society’s registration act of 1860. Our ECE department has started ISTE student chapter in session 2007-2008. Its major objective is to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industries and other organizations. Its activities are to plan and organize technical programs, special lectures, workshops, seminars, exhibitions to benefit the students. It encourages team spirit and self reliance among student members.

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