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Dwarkadas. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering started the course in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (EXTC), in 1999 with the intake of 30. In the subsequent year, it was increased to 60. In the year 2010, it was increased to 120.Since then the intake at the undergraduate level is 120. Department is running M.Tech. Program in Electronics & telecommunication since 2011, with the intake of 18 students. Affiliated to the University of Mumbai, Ph.D. Research centre of the Department, started from Academic year 2015–16. This program is accredited by National Board of Accreditation with effect from the Academic Year 2012-13.

 

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Department faculty and Infrastructure

 

 

Department Curriculum

 

 

Active /Participative Leaning

 

 

 

IETE Student Chapter 

 

 

Experimental activities like DJ ARYA and DJ Antariksh Teams

 

 

Placements , Higher studies, and Department entrepreneurs

 

Vision

To develop technically competent and socially responsible Electronics and Telecommunication engineers capable of fulfilling expectations at indigenous and global levels.

 

Mission

To provide a conducive educational environment for students by providing good infrastructural facilities, knowledge base and excellent faculty support.

To provide a strong foundation of core knowledge and exposure to research culture.

To motivate learners to acquire adequate professional and soft skills, to develop personality traits and eventually transform them as life-long learners.

To strive and achieve practical exposure by maintaining good rapport with industry and professional network.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

§ To prepare learners for graduate studies by providing strong foundation of basic sciences, computer programing and thus, develop analytical aptitude, and problem solving abilities.

§ To develop a fundamental understanding of electronic & integrated circuits, communication systems and allied disciplines.

§ To develop core competency and expertise in the diverse areas of communication covering Signal processing, Electromagnetic Engineering, Embedded Systems, Computer Communication and Advanced Wireless Networks domains.

§ To inculcate competencies and aptitude in extending acquired technical knowledge to solve real life issues with high professional and ethical standards.

§ To develop proficiency in soft skills and deliver adequate personality traits to enable the pass outs to pursue higher education, to find competitive employment opportunities and/or pursue entrepreneurial ventures.  

 

Program Specific Outcomes: PSOs

1.      PSO1 (Domain: Signal Processing)

To develop knowledge in the domain of signal analysis and processing and provide a foundation to numerous other courses that deals with signal processing applications.

2.      PSO2 (Domain: Embedded Systems)

To develop basic and applied knowledge of the architecture and assembly language programming for microprocessor/microcontroller based systems, along with the peripheral interfacing.

3.      PSO3 (Domain: RF Microwave)

To provide an in-depth understanding of electromagnetics, transmission lines and antenna concepts along with microwave devices used for RF and microwave applications.

4.      PSO4 (Domain: Advanced Communication)

To develop knowledge of the fundamental techniques related to generation, transmission and reception in communication systems for a wide range of wired and wireless applications along with revolutionary technology developments.

 

Program Outcomes:

Engineering graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to solve complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: identify, analyse complex domain problems (from Electronics & Telecommunication engineering) by reviewing relevant literature and using first principles of mathematics, sciences and engineering.
  3. Design of solutions: develop a component and/or system level solution approach to core domain complex problems to meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration to health, safety, cultural, societal and environmental needs.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex process: adopt appropriate research methodology to design experimental investigative methods; analyse and interpret data; and synthesize the obtained information to deduce valid conclusions.  
  5. Modern tool usage:  select, relate and create appropriate methodologies to use laboratory tools, instruments, simulation software and IT resources to predict, model and estimate the engineering phenomenon with clear knowledge of its limitations.
  6. The Engineer and Society: apply knowledge gained to assess impact of technologies from societal, safety, health, legal, cultural perspective and consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: understand impact of advanced means of communication and networking on societal and environmental context and thus develop means of sustainable development of technologies.
  8. Ethics: apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in multidisciplinary, cross-cultural and diverse settings.
  10. Communication: communicate effectively in the form of written communication, proposals, documentation and oral presentations related to complex engineering activities with all the stake holders such as the engineering community, research community, customers, and with society at large and give or receive clear instructions.
  11. Project Management and finance: 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 multi-disciplinary environments.
  12. 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. 

University Guidelines

Designation in Board

Name of the Member

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Professional Address & designation

Head of Department

Chairperson

Dr. Amit A. Deshmukh

Head, Electronics & Telecomm. Engg., DJSCE

Five faculty members at different levels, covering different specialization to be nominated by the Academic Council

Member

Prof. T. D. Biradar

 

Electronics & Telecomm. Engg., DJSCE

Member

Prof. V. V. Kelkar

 

Electronics & Telecomm. Engg., DJSCE

Member

Dr. S. H. Karamchandani

 

Electronics & Telecomm. Engg., DJSCE

Member

Prof. S. B. Deshmukh

 

Electronics & Telecomm. Engg., DJSCE

Member

Prof. P. A. Kadam

 

Electronics & Telecomm. Engg., DJSCE

Two subject experts from outside the college to be nominated by the Academic Council

Member

Dr. K. P. Ray

 

Dean, Professor & head, DIAT, Pune

Member

Dr. Nikhil Karamchandani

 

Assistant Professor, IIT Bombay

One expert to be nominated by the VC from a panel of six recommended by the college Principal

Member

Prof. Girish Kumar

 

Professor, IIT Bombay

(VC Nominee)

One representative from industry/ corporate sector/ allied area to be nominated by the college Principal

Member

Dr. Nadeem Akhtar

 

Arista Networks, Pune

One postgraduate meritorious alumnus to be nominated by the college Principal

Member

Megh Shukla

 

Mercedes Benz, Bengaluru

 

  • Dr. Amit A. DeshmukhDr. Amit A.
    Deshmukh
    Professor & HOD
  • Prof. Tanaji D. BiradarProf. Tanaji
    D. Biradar
    Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Head
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Vishakha V. KelkarDr. (Mrs.) Vishakha
    V. Kelkar
    Associate Professor
  • Prof. Sanjay B. DeshmukhProf. Sanjay
    B. Deshmukh
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Poonam KadamDr. (Mrs.) Poonam
    Kadam
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Anuja A. OdhekarDr. (Mrs.) Anuja A.
    Odhekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Rahul S. TawareProf. Rahul
    S. Taware
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.)Shivani BhattacharjeeProf.(Mrs.)Shivani
    Bhattacharjee
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Ameya A. KadamProf. Ameya
    A. Kadam
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Sunil H. KaramchandaniDr. Sunil
    H. Karamchandani
    AssociateProfessor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Ranjushree PalProf.(Mrs.) Ranjushree
    Pal (Sinha)
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.)Venkata A. P. ChavaliProf.(Mrs.)Venkata
    A. P. Chavali
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Mrunalini PimpaleProf.(Ms.) Mrunalini
    Pimpale
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mrs.) Archana ChaudhariProf. (Mrs.) Archana A.
    Chaudhari
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Yukti BandiProf. (Ms) Yukti BandiAssistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Aarti C. AmbekarProf. (Ms) Aarti
    C. Ambekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Revathi A. S.Prof. (Ms) Revathi
    A. S.
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Tushar V SawantProf.(Mr.)Tushar
    V Sawant
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Deepshikha HingerProf. (Ms) Deepshikha
    Hinger
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Venkataramanan V.Dr. Venkataramanan V.Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Niharika MaliwarProf. (Ms) Niharika
    Maliwar
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Amit A. DeshmukhDr. Amit A.
    Deshmukh
    Professor & HOD
  • Prof. Tanaji D. BiradarProf. Tanaji
    D. Biradar
    Assoc. Prof. & Assoc. Head
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Vishakha V. KelkarDr. (Mrs.) Vishakha
    V. Kelkar
    Associate Professor
  • Prof. Sanjay B. DeshmukhProf. Sanjay
    B. Deshmukh
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Poonam KadamDr. (Mrs.) Poonam
    Kadam
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Anuja A. OdhekarDr. (Mrs.) Anuja A.
    Odhekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Rahul S. TawareProf. Rahul
    S. Taware
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.)Shivani BhattacharjeeProf.(Mrs.)Shivani
    Bhattacharjee
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Ameya A. KadamProf. Ameya
    A. Kadam
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Sunil H. KaramchandaniDr. Sunil
    H. Karamchandani
    AssociateProfessor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Ranjushree PalProf.(Mrs.) Ranjushree
    Pal (Sinha)
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.)Venkata A. P. ChavaliProf.(Mrs.)Venkata
    A. P. Chavali
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Mrunalini PimpaleProf.(Ms.) Mrunalini
    Pimpale
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mrs.) Archana ChaudhariProf. (Mrs.) Archana A.
    Chaudhari
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Yukti BandiProf. (Ms) Yukti BandiAssistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Aarti C. AmbekarProf. (Ms) Aarti
    C. Ambekar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Revathi A. S.Prof. (Ms) Revathi
    A. S.
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Tushar V SawantProf.(Mr.)Tushar
    V Sawant
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Deepshikha HingerProf. (Ms) Deepshikha
    Hinger
    Assistant Professor
  • Dr. Venkataramanan V.Dr. Venkataramanan V.Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Niharika MaliwarProf. (Ms) Niharika
    Maliwar
    Assistant Professor

Courses Outcomes (COs)

R2016

Scheme & Syllabus (Autonomous): 2021-22

Proposed scheme of DJ19 syllabus for Final Year (B.E.)

The Department is having fully air-conditioned and well equipped four class rooms and ten laboratories to run the Program.

Some of the important laboratories include:

 

  •    RF Lab / Wireless Network Lab
  •    Basic Communication Lab / Advanced Communication Lab
  •    EDL Lab / EHW and Simulation Lab
  •    Embedded Systems LAB / Microprocessor and Micro-controller lab
  •    Signal Processing Lab
  •    Project Lab

  

The laboratories are equipped not only with the conventional instruments and experimental setups needed to perform the experiments as per the syllabus of University of Mumbai but also have equipment’s which are PC’s based as well as standalone programmable types. The laboratories are also having the basic and advanced trainer kits needed to understand the various aspects of communication engineering. Because of the dedicated faculty members, well-planned academic activities and equipped laboratories, the students are having more exposure to the recent technologies. 

Some of the important equipments/ trainer sets include:
  1. Vector Network Analyser (Rhode & Schwarz ZVH-8)
  2. Spectrum Analyzer (Rhode & Schwarz FSC 6)
  3. RF Source (Rhode & Schwarz SMB100A)
  4. Antenna Trainer Kits
  5. Microwave Benches
  6. Satellite Communication Trainer Kit
  7. Doppler Radar training system
  8. Transmission line trainer kit
  9. Digital Communication Kits
  10. Analog Communication kits
  11. DSP Processor and training kit
  12. 8031/51 Micro controller kit
  13. 8085 Microprocessor Kit
  14. 8086 Microprocessor Kit
  15. Universal Programmer
  16. Fibre optic trainer kit
  17. CPLD trainer kit
  18. FPGA Trainer kit
  19. PC based Logic Analyser
  20. PCL cards – 818 LS
  21. Digital CRO
  22. Oscilloscope
  23. Signal Generators and counters
  24. Multiple output DC power supply
  25. Arbitrary Function Generator
  26. Control System Trainer kits
  27. Electronic Instrumentation Setup
  28. Nine in One test lab
  29. ARM processor

 

The computational facilities available with department include:

 

  • No. of Desktop Computers: - 81
  • All computers are in LAN connections with internet facility
  • Three WAN points
  • 4 Network Printer
  • 2 Laser Printer
  • 4 Scanner cum printer cum copier
  • 2 Laptops
  • 3 LCD Projectors

 

Softwares

  • Computer Simulation Technology (CST)
  • Proteus virtual modeling software
  • Lattice software
  • TINA Software
  • Xilinx Software
  • Ansoft Designer SV

 

Campus Agreement Softwares

  • Windows 8.1
  • MS Office
  • Symantec Endpoint Protection
  • MATLAB 11b
  • Blackboard
  • SAP
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • SAS Enterprise Miner

 

In addition to the well-planned academic activities related to the classroom and the laboratory instructions, the department also encourages the staff members and students to arrange seminars, paper presentation on various topics of academic interest, arrange industrial visit, technical exhibition, summer/winter schools etc.


  1. Dr. Amit Deshmukh

  1. Dr. Sunil Karamchandani

  1. Prof.  Anuja Odhekar

  1. Prof. Ranjushree Pal

  1. Prof. Ameya Kadam

  1. Prof. Venkata Chavali

  1. Prof. Mrunalini Pimpale

  1. Prof. Aarti Ambekar

 

Class time table: - A.Y. 2021-22 

 

Second Year (Sem III)

 

Third Year (Sem V)

 

Final Year (Sem VII)

Various Project competitions, Seminars, Short term Training programs and Conferences are organized by the Department throughout the year where the experts from the industries and other organizations, guide the young talent and faculty. The following are the details for some of the various programs organized by the department over last few years.

 

Project competition

 
  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 10th, 2021.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 11th, 2020.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 12th, 2019.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 13th, 2018.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 15th, 2017.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 9th, 2016.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 7th, 2015.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 11th, 2014.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 12th, 2013.

  • State Level Project competition “DJ – Spark” April – 13th, 2012.

 

(Proceedings are available on https://djsceietesf.com/spark-2/

 

 

Orientation Programs

 

  • Jointly with University of Mumbai Orientation Program on “CMOS Mixed Signal VLSI” dated 5th July 2019.

  • Jointly with University of Mumbai Orientation Program on “Antenna and Radio Wave Propagation” dated 12th January 2019.

  • Jointly with University of Mumbai Orientation Program on “Digital Communication” 7th January 2015.

  • Jointly with University of Mumbai Orientation Program on “Digital Electronics” 10th July 2013.

  • Jointly with University of Mumbai Orientation program on “Advanced Microwave and Engineering” Jan 17th 2011.

 

Seminars / Webinars

 

  • Webinar on Roadmap to 5G dated 31st July, 2020.

  • Webinar on Recent Trends in Microwave Engineering and Internet of Things dated 6th and 7thJune, 2020.

  • Seminar on Placement Guidance on 1st February, 2020.

  • Seminar on Technical Paper Writing 15th January, 2020.

  • Guest lectures by New Zealand University’s senior academic on 19th August, 2019.

  • Seminar on Speech Processing on 8th of March, 2019.  

  • Seminar on “Video Processing using MATLAB” 30th august 2018.

  • Seminar on “Architecture of advanced DSP processors and implementation” 21st sept 2018.

  • Tech-Talk on AI & Machine Learning on 6th March 2018. 

  • Lecture on Smith Chart on 17th February, 2018.

  • Speech and Audio Processing technical talk on 20th February 2018.  

  • Seminar on “How to Make a Resume” 28th September 2017.    

  • Seminar on “How to Write a Technical Paper” 27th September 2017.

  • Seminar on “Power Electronics” 25th September 2017.

  • Seminar on “Video Processing using MATLAB” 30th august 2018.

  • Seminar on “Architecture of advanced DSP processors and implementation” 21st sept 2018.

  • Tech-Talk on AI & Machine Learning on 6th march 2018.

  • Lecture on Smith Chart on 17th Feb, 2018.

  • Speech and Audio Processing technical talk on 20th Feb 2018.

  • Seminar on “How to Make a Resume” 28th September 2017.

  • Seminar on “How to Write a Technical Paper” 27th September 2017.

  • Seminar on “Power Electronics” 25th September 2017.

  • Hands on MATLAB.

  • Tech talk 31st March 2017.

  • Embedded Systems Seminar, 16th March 2016.

  • Technical Paper Presentation Seminar, 27th Feb 2016.

  • Seminar on “Sixth Sense Technology” 9th March-2014.

  • Two days seminar on “Statistical signal processing” February 02 – 03, 2007.

  • One Day Seminar on “Foundation for Telecommunication Engineering" February 12, 2005.

  • One Day Seminar on “Embedded Systems” February 19, 2005.

  • Two Days Seminar on “Challenges Ahead in Telecommunications” October 07 – 08, 2005.

 

Short Term ISTE Approved STTP

 

  • Two days FDP on “Wavelets” - 2nd to 3rd August, 2019.
  • One Week STTP on “Recent Trends in Wireless Sensor Networks” 2nd Jan -7th Jan 2019.

  • Two Week STTP on “Image Processing” 7th Jan – 11th Jan 2013.

  • One Week STTP on “Microwave and Antenna” Jan 10-14, 2011.

  • Two Weeks STTP on “Enhancing Engineering Education with High End Equipment” June 9-20, 2008.

  • Two Weeks STTP on “Wireless Technologies and Networking” December 05–16, 2005.

  • Two Weeks STTP on “Optical Communication with Recent Trends” Nov. 16–27, 2004.

  • Two Weeks STTP on “Digital Communication with Recent Developments” Dec. 20–31, 2004.


National Conference

 

  • National Conference on “Information and Communication Technology” NCICT – 2006.

  • Recent Trends and Future Developments February 24 – 26, 2006.

  • National Conference on “National Conference on Communication Technology” NCCT – 2011 February 24 – 26, 2006.

 

International Conference 

Workshops/ Training

 

  • Placement Workshop dated 7th March, 2021

  • Node JS Workshop dated 13th and 14th March, 2021

  • Business Intelligence Dashboarding Using Tableau workshop dated on 20th September, 2020

  • DJ Cognitive ML Workshop dated on 30th October and 1st November, 2020

  • Workshop on Antenna Design using Computer Simulation Technology Software dated 5th and 7th March, 2020.

  • Workshop on MATLAB Software dated 2nd February, 2020.

  • Spoken tutorial software (FOSSEE) Training Sessions dated 3rd and 5th December, 2019

  • Work shop on React Native dated 8th to 10th September 2019

  • Ethical Hacking Workshop dated 25th August and 1st September 2019

  • Workshop on MATLAB dated 20th & 23rd January 2019. 

  • Workshop on Introduction to Signal, Image Processing using MATLAB, 5th October 2018.

  • Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision workshop was 35-hour long workshop, conducted over a span of six days: 21st, 26th, 27th, 28th of January and 3rd and 4th of February 2018.

  • Ethical Hacking Workshop on 1st and 2nd Oct, 2017.

  • PCB Making Workshop on 1st and 2nd Oct, 2017.

  • ARDUINO workshop on 18th and 21st of September 2017

  • Workshop on Python, Android and R PI 12th March 2017.

  • Work shop on Ethical Hacking, 30th August 2015and 20th September 2015.

  • Work shop on Ethical Hacking 24th August and 8th September 2015.

  • Internet of Things Workshop, 25th and 26th June 2015.

  • NS-2 Simulator Workshop, 5/02/15.

  • Project based approach towards development of LTE simulator, September 2014.

  • Four-day Workshop on “Sixth sense technology”, March -2014.

  • Workshop on “VXF” 29-Sep 2013.

  • Two Days Workshop on “Art of Conducting Laboratory”, October 14–15, 2011.

 

Industrial Visits

 

  • Industrial Visit to GMRT on 17th January 2020.
  • Industrial visit to SAMEER, IIT Campus, Mumbai on 6th Oct, 2018.

  • Industrial Visit to Doordarshan Kendra On 27th of September, 2018.

  • Industrial Visit to GMRT on 9th March 2018.

  • Industrial Visit to Dahanu Thermal PowerStation (DTPS), 24th January 2017.

  • Industrial Visit to Reliance Industries Ltd., Silvassa, 18th February 2016.

  • Industrial Visit to MIRC Electronics, ONIDA, Kudus, 17th March 2016.

  • Industrial Visit to Coca-Cola Plant, 17th March 2016.

  • Industrial Visit to Dahanu Thermal PowerStation (DTPS), 29th January2015.

 

 

Faculty Achievements

Faculty achievement

 

 

NPTEL

 

  • Prof. Vishakha Kelkar: Certificate of Appreciation for her role as SPOC for the SWAYAM-NPTEL Local Chapter.

 

 

BEST PAPER AWARDS

 

 

  • Dr. Amit A. Deshmukh, Prof. Venkata A. P. Chavali and Prof. Arati Ambekar

Modified Rectangular Microstrip Antenna for Wideband Response with Conical Radiation Pattern”,  3rd  International Conference on Communication System, Computing & IT Applications organized by St. Francis Institute of Technology, Borivali on 3rd  and 4th  April 2020.

 

  • Prof Poonam Kadam 

“Air suspended Multiband E-shaped Microstrip Antenna”,  IEEE 4th International conference on Computing , communication, control and automation ICCUBEA 2018 organised by Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering on 16-18 August 2018. 

 

  • Prof. Anuja Odhekar

“Proximity feed broadband circulatory polarized circular sectoral microstrip antenna” at IEEE 4th international conference on Computing , communication, control and automation ICCUBEA 2018 organised by Pimpri Chinchwad college of Engineering on 16-18 August 2018.

 

  • Prof Ameya Kadam

“Planar inverted 60 degree cone antenna for UWB and notch characteristics” at IEEE 4th international conference on Computing , communication, control and automation ICCUBEA 2018 organised by Pimpri Chinchwad college of Engineering on 16-18 August 2018.

 

  • Prof. Archana Chaudhari

“Design & Implementation of Wireless Gesture Controlled Robotic Car with Robotic Arm” ICEMTE-2017, organized by L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering.

 

 

AWARDS

 

 

  • Dr. Sunil Karamchandani received SAP Award for Excellence on use of ICT in Education for Online and Blended Learning at Faculty Development Programme, IIT Bombay, 2016.

 

  • Prof. Arati Ambekar received SAP Award for Excellence on use of ICT in Education for Online and Blended Learning at Faculty Development Programme, IIT Bombay, 2016.

 

Students Achievements

Students' Achievements

 

HACKATHON

 

 

 

 

 

 

AWARDS

 

 

 

Team Photo

DJS ARYA

 

ABOUT US

 

DJS Arya is the official cannister satellite (CanSat) team of DJ Sanghvi College of Engineering belonging to the EXTC department. Just as the name suggests, we build a fully functional miniature satellite integrated with space technology, which we present each year at the annual International CanSat competition, conducted by the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in collaboration with NASA.

 

DJS Arya is a team, made up of passionate and dedicated students from various branches, working together to make their dream come true.

 

 

Team Structure -

 

2017-18      2018-19      2019-20      2020-21      2021-22

 

 

TEAM FORMATION:

 

 

Team DJS Arya is the result of a BE Project turned into a passion. A student from EXTC, passionate about space technology decided to apply their knowledge on telecommunication and that’s where it all began.

 

Although we are one of the newer teams from our college, it hasn’t stopped us from excelling in the competition at the National and International level. Our team aims to build on our achievements and looks forward to presenting a state of art CanSat for our next competition.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS:

 

CanSat Competition 2017-18

 

OVERALL RANK 96

The team made its debut in the year 2017-18 and secured 96th position in its debut year.

 

CanSat Competition 2018-19

 

OVERALL RANK 34 – Worldwide

PDR RANK 24 - Worldwide

CDR RANK 38 - Worldwide

In the year 2018-19, the team went to USA for the CanSat competition and stood 34th Worldwide

 

CanSat Competition 2019-20

 

OVERALL RANK 9 – Worldwide

PDR RANK 13 - Worldwide

CDR RANK 2 - Worldwide

CDR RANK - 1 INDIA

In the year 2019-20, the team stood 9th Worldwide in the year 2019-20

 

CanSat Competition 2020-21

 

OVERALL RANK 12 – Worldwide

PDR RANK 2 – Worldwide

CDR RANK 2 - Worldwide

PDR RANK 1 - INDIA

CDR RANK - 1 INDIA

In the year 2020-21, despite the pandemic the team stood 12th Worldwide and bagged a podium finish in both PDR and CDR rounds in the year 2020-21

 

COMPETITION SUMMARY:

 

International CanSat competition (http://www.cansatcompetition.com/)

 

A CanSat is a can sized miniature Satellite with space technology. Every year we participate in an international level competition organized by the American Astronomical Society-The CanSat Competition. The competition requires that the teams that partake must be able to design and build a space-type system, following the approved competition guide, and then compete against each at the end of two semesters to determine the winners. The competition gains its reputation due to renowned sponsors like NASA, US Naval, Praxis, Siemens and so many more who affiliate with this prestigious event.

 

The CanSat competition typically consists of 3 rounds, namely the PDR round, which is presenting a review of the preliminary design, the CDR round, which is the critical design review and then finally, the launch of the CanSat - which takes place in the USA.

 

Our CanSat does not leave the Earth’s atmosphere but is launched to a height of 750 m in a rocket and then performs operations which require the coordination of different engineering majors.

 

The CanSat collects data via different sensors and microcontrollers and has a smooth flight owing to its sound mechanical design. The CanSat sends telemetry to the ground station where the intricately designed GUI is responsible for the live plotting of the data collected and transmitted via radio modules.

 

OUTCOMES AND SKILLS ACQUIRED:

 

DJS Arya is an inter-disciplinary team with 4 major departments. Being a part of team DJS Arya gives the students an opportunity to make projects based on Space technology. The major learning aspects for the various departments in our team are:

 

ELECTRONICS DEPARTEMENT:

 

  • In the Electronics department of DJS Arya we learn to design, test and manufacture all the electronics of the CanSat design and ensure that they meet with the optimal results.
  • From selecting the right sensors to assembling the final electric circuit assembly, the team learns a lot and applies their knowledge to produce a state of art CanSat. 
  • Starting from scratch, the members collaborate for the optimum sensor selection and it's testing for the proposed CanSat, followed by calibration and integration with the help of a structured code.
  • The sensors are then integrated together on a PCB, designed with the help of the software which is later manufactured by the Electronics department. 

 

MECHANICAL DEPARTEMENT:

 

  • We learn every aspect of the CanSat design in the mechanical department of DJS Arya and ensure that the best results are achieved.
  • The department performs a significant role in CanSat manufacturing, from selecting the correct materials to assembling the physical components, to delivering a streamlined, aerodynamic result.
  • Starting from scratch, the members collaborate to build a complete three-dimensional model of the proposed CanSat, then make the necessary changes based on the electronic component needs.

 

CODING DEPARTEMENT:

 

  • The Coding department's primary responsibility is to ensure successful wireless transmission and relay communication of sensor data between the payloads, container, and ground station 
  • Along with  this we learn to develop the Graphical User interface (GUI) for live plotting of the telemetry data, which must be entered into a programmatically generated CSV file (Comma separated values) that must be updated every second we receive data, i.e. in real time.
  • Being in the coding department one gets to learn the different algorithms, subsystem code compilation, as well as debugging and finalization of acceptable telemetry format compatible code.

 

MARKETING DEPARTEMENT:

 

  • The Marketing department oversees the social media of the team, the sponsorship and other management aspects of the team.
  • In the process, one acquires people skills, as well as learns to develop various marketing strategies. 
  • Also one learns to use softwares such as PhotoShop, Illustrator and Canva since the department also handles the social media.

 

DJS Arya - Achievements

 

 

Reports of DJS Arya for various years-

 

DJS ARYA : 2020-21 Report

 

DJS ARYA : 2019-20 Report

 

DJS ARYA : 2018-19 Report

 

 

 

Picture Gallery of DJS Arya

DJS ANTARIKSH

1. About the team:

 

Team DJS Antariksh is an enthusiastic space exploration and robotics team from the Electronics and Telecommunication Department of Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai, aiming to participate in various national and international rover competitions throughout the year. The team was founded in the year 2019 and has participated in 4 major competitions so far. These are, the European Rover Challenge (ERC) 2020, the International Mars Hackathon (IMH) 2020, the International Planetary Aerial Systems Challenge (IPASC) 2021 and the European Rover Challenge (ERC) 2021.

 

While participating in such competitions, the students get an opportunity to make projects based on Space technology which covers various domains of the engineering field such as Mechanical design and Manufacturing, Electronics and Embedded systems, Telecommunication and Autonomous Software development (AI & ML) along with the invaluable experience of working in a team and project management. The team also provides a great learning experience for the students to gain industrial and academic exposure.

 

 

 

2. Team Formation:

 

Team DJS Antariksh is an outcome of DJ Strike. DJ Strike is a mentorship program run over complete academic year. Since academic year 2020-21, the same has been included in the Autonomous curriculum of the department. The team is an extension of the Autonomous Tomato Harvester project. The DJ Strike activity is mentored under the guidance of EXTC HOD Dr. Amit Deshmukh along with Prof. Yukti Bandi, Prof. Tushar Sawant & Prof. Venkataramanan V.

 

Team Structure for the A.Y. 2020-21

 

Team Structure for the A.Y. 2021-22

 

3. Team Achievements:

 

  • European Rover Challenge (ERC) 2021:
  1. Team DJS Antariksh secured the 1st Rank Worldwide in ERC 2021 (Remote).
  2. The team won the Best Science Award.
  3. The team won the Best Navigation Award.
  4. In just its second year, the team had become the 1st Asian Team to ever win the European Rover Challenge.
  5. The team secured 2 out of the 4 Special Category awards at ERC 2021 (Remote).

 

  • International Planetary Aerial Systems Challenge (IPASC) 2021:
  1. The team achieved the 2nd Rank Worldwide among 26 International Teams.
  2. The team stood 1st in India and Asia.
  3. The team was successfully able to secure a podium finish in its first attempt with a total of 560.51 points.

 

  • International Mars Hackathon (IMH) 2020:
  1. The team stood 8th out of 24 national and international teams.
  2. The team stood 6th from India.
  3. The team stood 1st from Mumbai and Maharashtra.
  4. The team achieved a total score of 160.25 out of 180.

 

  • European Rover Challenge (ERC) 2020:
  1. The team secured an Overall 3rd Position globally amongst 33 international teams.
  2. The team won the Best Science Planning award.
  3. The team stood 1st from Asia and became the first ever team from Asia, in the history of the competition, to secure a place in the Top 3 positions at ERC.

 

4. Competition Summary:

 

The Rover Challenge competitions invite undergraduate students to build their own customized rovers according to competition guidelines and Problem statement. The problem statement has slight changes each year increasing the complexity of the rover. The Competitions aim to provide solutions to the space exploration industry through the brainstorming of young minds.

 

  1. European Rover Challenge:   (http://roverchallenge.eu/)

 

The European Rover Challenge (ERC) is organized by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Mars Society, Polska. The challenge is held in Poland since its inception in 2014. ERC 2020 was held virtually from 11th to 13th September. ERC 2020 was made virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the events were conducted remotely just like real life mars rovers are controlled from earth. ERC 2021, on the other hand, was organized in both formulas (i.e., on-site, and remote) and the final event took place from 10th to 12th September at Kielce University of Technology, Poland.

 

The tasks involved in the competition were as follows –

 

  1. Science task: The aim of the science task is to prepare and execute a simple science-driven exploration plan of the Mars Yard. The teams are supposed to collect soil samples, perform soil analysis, and document the results using their Martian rover on an artificially created Mars region.

 

  1. Maintenance Task: The task is intended to demonstrate the ability of rovers in operating a variety of elements mounted on a panel. The Teams have to use the rover’s manipulating device to set switches to the required positions, measure electrical parameters, set other panel controls and observe indicators’ feedback.

 

  1. Probing Task: This task intends to demonstrate the ability of the system to place and collect probes from the rover’s cache in the locations selected in the Science Task by the Teams. The Teams have to reach locations marked on the map, pick up the probes from rover’s on-board container and place these in the specified locations.

 

  1. Navigation Task: This task is intended to demonstrate the system’s ability for semi to fully autonomous traverse. The Teams must develop a project which gradually evolves into a fully autonomous system, traversing and gathering important data on its way. A smart navigation strategy, sensor fusion and image data processing are essential in this task.

 

  1. Presentation Task: The presentation task lets Teams introduce themselves and present their projects. The Jury expects to learn how the Team worked on the project, what kind of technical solutions are implemented in the rover (on-site formula) or in the software (remote formula), what was the approach of the Team to solve tasks during the competition (e.g., electro-mechanical design, algorithms for both onsite and remote formulas), and how the team solved problems and issues which occurred during development (lessons learnt).

 

  1. University Rover Challenge: (https://urc.marssociety.org/)

 

The University Rover Challenge (URC) is the world's premier robotics competition for college students. Held annually in the desert of southern Utah in the United States, URC challenges student teams to design and build the next generation of Mars rovers that will one day work alongside astronauts exploring the Red Planet. URC was launched in 2006, with competitions being held every summer since 2007. URC consistently draws an international field of the most talented and promising students around. It is an integrated program towards technological development specifically in space exploration and utilization.

 

  1. International Rover Challenge: (https://roverchallenge.org/irc/)

 

The International Rover Challenge (formerly Indian Rover Challenge) is organized by the Mars Society South Asia (MSSA). It started in the year 2017 and the first edition took place in the January of the following year. Over the years, IRC has established as one of the leading space robotics competitions. In IRC 2022 there will be an increased emphasis on creating awareness about the best practices and methods of systems engineering. The 2022 edition will be hosted by VIT Chennai from 15th to 18th February 2022.

 

  1. International Mars Hackathon: (https://southasia.marssociety.org/marshackathon/)

 

The International Mars Hackathon (IMH) was an online Hackathon organized for the first time in 2020 by Mars Society South Asia. The teams had to brainstorm and come up with solutions for challenges about colonization of Mars. The problems range from the engineering and scientific challenges to the management of future Mars missions. The competition took place from 31st October to 1st November 2020.

 

 

  1. International Planetary Aerial Systems Challenge: (https://southasia.marssociety.org/ipas/)

 

Mars Society South Asia’s International Planetary Aerial Systems (IPAS) Challenge 2021 was aimed to encourage students to design an astronaut-assistive Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), which shall be fully equipped and mission ready for Operation on Mars. The primary objective of this challenge was to design a UAV that can perform certain Functions and Tasks to assist astronauts and carry out certain analyses of terrain while airborne on the Red Planet.

 

 

5. Student Benefit and Outcome:

 

These competitions deal with almost all engineering spectrums, ranging from Mechanical Design and Manufacturing, Electronic System development with sensor integration and Audio, Visual and Data Transmission over a communication channel and autonomous operation using Image processing and Machine learning.

   

  1. Students interested in Space technology have a good opportunity to learn and later work in the space industry.
  2. The competitions provide an overall experience of a space mission carried out by ISRO, NASA, etc
  3. The competitions give an exposure to the practical application of our academic studies.
  4. Students can showcase their talent and innovative ideas.
  5. It will provide an opportunity to learn team-work and corporate ethics by being in a team.
  6. It provides a good experience of participating in various national and international competitions.
  7. It will also help the students in building their resume.

 

DJS Antariksh - ERC 2021 Report

 

DJS Antariksh - IPASC 2021 Report

 

DJS Antariksh - IMH 2020 report

 

DJS Antariksh - ERC 2020 Milestones

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ABOUT DJ STRIKE

 

DJ STRIKE is a novel initiative of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Department organized by students’ committee of IETE-SF. DJ Strike started in the year 2017-18 with an objective of integrative/Interdisciplinary learning and product development. In DJ Strike, Students are encouraged to develop industry level projects. In the year 2020-21, DJ STRIKE (Innovative Product Development) is included as audit course in second year of Engineering and credit course in third year of Engineering.

DJ STRIKE is a continuous academic activity where students share and apply their knowledge of engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization in order to develop a product. DJ Strike is a Collaborative learning process where second and third year students from interdisciplinary courses form the group which is then mentored by a final year student or alumni member and guided by a faculty member. Every student learns how to function effectively as a team member as well as a team leader. This project based learning holds great weightage in any resume and can help boost career of the student. It reflects of their practical knowledge and enhance the prospect of the student not only to get a job or admission for higher studies but also benefits them in securing better internships. The projects made a great impact in the form of Industrial as well as from Social perspective. All the projects are presented in DJ strike competition and their technical papers are published in DJ strike magazine with ISBN number.

 

PROCESS OF DJ STRIKE

 

Review 1: Documentation review- In the first review, each project group submits documentation report which includes project layout, literature survey, budget, planning and time line of the project.

Review 2 & 3: Progressive reviews- In the second and third review, each group is required to demonstrate 30% and 60% implementation of the project.

Review 4: Final review- In the fourth review, each group is required to complete full prototype and demonstrate entire project along with technical paper

 

PARTICIPATION

 

Total No of Students Participated in the Academic Year 2017-18: 120

Total No of Students Participated in the Academic Year 2018-19: 265

Total No of Students Participated in the Academic Year 2019-20: 290

Total No of Students Participated in the Academic Year 2020-21: 342

 

In order to encourage interdisciplinary learning, students of all the branches are allowed to participate in DJ STRIKE.

(Please click on the above image to play DJ Strike video)

 

For more details, kindly visit: https://djsceietesf.com

 

OUTCOME OF DJ STRIKE

 

Team DJS Antariksh, Team DJS Arya, Library Management System are key outcomes of DJ Strike Mentorship Programme.

Library Management system is an outcome of DJ STRIKE, where one of the team of DJ STRIKE developed the software to monitor the attendance of students and faculties inside the library. This system will monitor the attendance and time utilization by the user. The system comprising of Barcode scanner and Python Software programming.

 

Photo Gallery of DJ Strike

 

Outcome of DJ Stike Photo Gallery

 

overview

The Final Year students of the Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering branch have opportunity to undertake the technical projects in various well-known industries and Research institutes required for the partial fulfillment of their four years degree course in Bachelor of Engineering of University of Mumbai, Mumbai. Some of the eminent industries include Global Tele–systems Ltd., RIM, VSNL, ABB Ltd., Larsen and Turbo Ltd, along with prominent research institutes like BARC and TIFR.

These projects provide students the hands on experience and the knowledge of working with organizations having the most advanced technology and machines of today. It makes them competent enough to face the challenges posed by the industry.

 

Best Projects

Please click here for the list of Best UG Projects.

Funded Projects

 

  • Project Title: Adaptive Aerodynamics CAN protocol and Linear Regression

Project Guide: Dr. Amit A. Deshmukh

Project Students: Jubin Antony, Brinal Bheda, Harsh Chaudhary

Funding Amount: Rs. 15,000/- from University of Mumbai

 

  • Project Title: Design Development Robust 3 phase controller for electric vehicles

Project Guide: Prof. T. D. Biradar, Prof. Pavankumar Borra

Funding Amount: Rs. 25,000/- from University of Mumbai

 

  • Project Title: Construction of Surveillance robot using SLAM

Project Guide: Prof. Vishaka V. Kelkar

Project Students: Yash Parekh, Ashish Iyer, Harsh Mehta

Funding Amount: Rs. 10,000/- from University of Mumbai

 

  • Project Title: Robot chef using Convolutional Neural Network

Project Guide: Prof. Poonam Kadam

Project Students: Roma Jain, Sameer Kadam, Jenita Jaykumar

Funding Amount: Rs. 35,000/- from University of Mumbai

 

  • Project Title: Soil Based data Acquisition system and Weather forecasting

Project Guide: Prof. S. B. Deshmukh

Project Students: Shreysh Dhavale, Suraj Iyer, Nirav Gori, Prathamesh Matodkar

Funding Amount: Rs. 20,000/- from University of Mumbai

 

  • Project Title: Safe and Secure Self Park car using Artficial Intelligence

Project Guide: Prof. Anuja Odhekar

Project Students: Dipesh Adekar, Ameya Bane, Jhanvi Bhanushali

Funding Amount: Rs. 5,000/- from University of Mumbai

 

  • Project Title: Crack Detection System using Unmanned Arial Vehicles and digital Image Processing 

Project Guide: Prof. Vishaka V. Kelkar

Project Students: Awasthi Vedant, Dhar Ritwik, Doshi Niti

Funding Amount: Instruments worth 200$ from DST and Texas Instruments Inc.

 

List of BE Projects

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The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers Student Forum at a Glance

 

  • The local chapter of IETE Student’s Forum (SF) was established in the Academic Year ‘2005 – 06’ at the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering of D J Sanghvi College of Engineering.
  • The students conduct various workshops, technical events to enhance their professional skills.
  •  Some of the activities being conducted on regular basis are D J Spark - The State Level Project Competition, Industrial Visit, Newsletters, Book Bank, Component Bank, Value added Training Program and Workshops.
  • D J Spark and D J Strike both activities give platform to the participant to publish their ideas in journal with ISBN number and publication process is driven completely by IETE-SF student committee members only.

 

For more details about IETE-Student Forum, click on www.djsceietesf.com,

 

For more details about Technical Journal , click on http://technojournal.djsceietesf.com

 

 

VARIOUS IETE-SF ACTIVITIES -

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DJ-IETE Committee Structure:

 

2021-2022                             2020-2021                                  2019-2020                                   

 

2018-2019                           2017-2018                                 2016-2017

 

2015-2016                           2014-2015                                 2013-2014

 

 

ISTE

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System.

 

Year Name Of The Student % University Rank
2003 Wadhva Alok Lalti 70.96 20
2004 Yechangunja Shrihari Krishna 73.79 --
2005 Panchamia Sanket Arvind 77.79 4
2006 Geddi Priya Ramnath 77.17 27
2007 Lal Samrat Ashok 82.07 5
2008 Jakharia Bhakti P. 77.52 19
2009 Kapuria Maulik J. 78.96 --
2010 Sonawdekar Tejas Santosh 80.62 1
2011 Chheda Suraj Tarachand 78.64 22
2012 Patel Urvesh Navinchandra 76.51 39
2013 Ajwani Jitendra 76.13 --
2014 Moroney Aboli 77.80 --
2015 Singanporia Poras H. 75.25 1

 

Year Name Of The Student GPA
2016 Chirag Mehta 9.48
2017 Khusboo Korani 9.53
2018 Prachi Gandhi 9.64
2019 Wallace Dalmet 9.48
2020 Deo Rohan Shailendra Anuradha 90.72%
2021 Modi Nishi Amish Alpa 90.72% (10 CGPA)  

 

                                              

 

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