Training & Placements
Electrical & Electronics Engg.
Short term Courses for Skill Enhancement
The short term courses are the core competency of Diploma EEE Department.We strive to constantly improve our learning frameworks and teaching methodology to make them more student-friendly with best content delivery to our students. Our courses are upgraded continuously to ensure our learners are up-to-date on the latest industry requirements and best practices.Following is the list of courses currently available for students as co-curricular activities.
This course covers PLC, SCADA, DCS and other fields. PLC’s (Programmable Logic Controller) are industrial computer devices that have been strengthened to adapt to manufacturing companies. To Program a PLC, the language used is quite similar to electrical drawings. Training courses provide practical knowledge to students to equip them with skills necessary for placement and `industries. SCADA is another essential component to the Industrial Sector as its software helps to maintain efficiency, providing help to employees and analyzing data to make important decisions. DCS allows operators to collect information and organize it in a hierarchical system. Later, it processes the information according to computer language and distributes it to a huge group heedless of their location. Automation training is offered by institutions around the city. Besides the provided course material, qualified laboratories and practical training to gain experience makes this course handy and worthy for the one who wishes to build a steady career.
ROBOTICS AND HUMANOIDS (ELECTRONICS)
Robotics is one course that has a wide scope for job opportunities, making it a highly sought after course. This field requires knowledge of kinematics and dynamics and electronic engineering. Electro mechanics, robotic sensors and fabrication are some areas that will be analyzed in the study material. Robotics and Humanoids have several sub-specializations like Micro Robotics, Digital Electronics and Micro Processors, Robot Motion Planning, Artificial Intelligence and much more. Robotics engineers are in high demand in space research organizations and in various industries. Technology advancement has pushed this branch of education to a significant state and teaching jobs in Government and Private Universities are almost always vacant. For those who enjoy building robots, special industries require these Humanoids for food packaging, microchip manufacturing and electronics building. The cherry on the top is the salary that comes along with your level of wisdom with robotics. The more experienced you are, the higher salary you will be paid.
For engineering graduates inclined to the electrical side, C-DAC fits the part. Known for conducting various courses in Computer Science, Electronics, Security and Mobile Computing, the six month course makes you ready and experienced for high ranked MNC’s. Classes focus on the practical than the theory and practice is given to ensure maximum understanding. Group studies and logic battling while writing programs and deducting concepts are some core features of the Diploma. It is highly recommended to register at a reputed institute, preferably Pune as it is considered to be the hub of C-DAC learning so the institutions are top notch. For Engineering students who are interested in entering the IT sector, C-DAC is the basic step that will help students in understanding programming language like JAVA. The appeal of C-DAC is its ease in learning concepts through group discussions and debates. From here, students can opt to specialize in either one of these sub courses – DAC or DMC. It is quite difficult to find a reputed center for DAC when compared to DMC, but the placement options for DAC are considerably higher than DMC. Furthermore, DAC offers a healthy salary. DMC’s salary can be said to be extraordinary but the packages are minimal. Hence it is recommended to opt for DAC after completing C-DAC. This course equips students a sense of competence and perception of the IT sector, thus grooming them from initial trainees to industry ready graduates
ROBOTICS AND HUMANOIDS (ELECTRONICS)
Power system engineering introduces the fundamentals of underground cables, overhead line insulators, transient over voltages and insulation coordination with adequate explanation. This subfield handles generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electric power. Electrical engineering students will find this course less challenging as power engineering draws the core aspects from electrical engineering. Electricity generation, electric power generation, electric power distribution and power system protection are the major fields that can be pursued further without complications as students will find ease with electrical related components. Students must possess administrative and organizational skills to produce exemplary projects while also coordinating with several other disciplines of engineers. Solar Panels or Solar Energy courses basically teach technology that converts solar energy into electricity, heat and solar fuels. With high demand and awareness of solar panels amongst the public, this course is a safe bet for confused EEE students. This course delves into the advantages, limitations and challenges of different solar cell technologies. It is recommended that students develop creative ideas and brainstorm together to present excellent analyses of power cells and modules. By the end of these courses, students will have gathered high-quality knowledge of electrical and electronics engineering, all the while securing stable and prosperous careers
Computer Networking and System Security
Network security is a broad term that covers a multitude of technologies, devices and processes. In its simplest term, it is a set of rules and configurations designed to protect the integrity, confidentiality and accessibility of computer networks and data using both software and hardware technologies. Every organization, regardless of size, industry or infrastructure, requires a degree of network security solutions in place to protect it from the ever-growing landscape of cyber threats in the wild today. Today's network architecture is complex and is faced with a threat environment that is always changing and attackers that are always trying to find and exploit vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities can exist in a broad number of areas, including devices, data, applications, users and locations. For this reason, there are many network security management tools and applications in use today that address individual threats and exploits and also regulatory non-compliance. When just a few minutes of downtime can cause widespread disruption and massive damage to an organization's bottom line and reputation, it is essential that these protection measures are in place.
An embedded system is a microprocessor-based computer hardware system with software that is designed to perform a dedicated function, either as an independent system or as a part of a large system. At the core is an integrated circuit designed to carry out computation for real-time operations. Complexities range from a single microcontroller to a suite of processors with connected peripherals and networks; from no user interface to complex graphical user interfaces. The complexity of an embedded system varies significantly depending on the task for which it is designed. Embedded system applications range from digital watches and microwaves to hybrid vehicles and avionics. As much as 98 percent of all microprocessors manufactured are used in embedded systems.
Digital and Analog VLSI Design
Analog design in the context of integrated circuit (IC) design is a discipline that focuses on the creation of circuits that operate in and are optimized for continuous time-domain behavior. Typical objectives of analog design include:
1) Signal fidelity
When the term “integrated circuit design” is mentioned, most people think of the design of complex microprocessors. These circuits are designed using digital design techniques, which focus on the propagation of discrete values, i.e., “ones and zeros.” It’s important to understand that this model of propagating “ones and zeros” is used to simplify the analysis of huge networks. The actual devices in any circuit are responding to continuously varying stimulus, so analog circuit design is really the foundation of the design of digital circuits.
Advanced Certificate Course in VLSI Design
Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating an integrated circuit (IC) by combining thousands of transistors into a single chip. VLSI began in the 1970s when complex semiconductor and communication technologies were being developed. The microprocessor is a VLSI device. Before the introduction of VLSI technology, most ICs had a limited set of functions they could perform. An electronic circuit might consist of a CPU, ROM, RAM and other glue logic. VLSI lets IC designers add all of these into one chip. The electronics industry has achieved a phenomenal growth over the last few decades, mainly due to the rapid advances in large scale integration technologies and system design applications. With the advent of very large scale integration (VLSI) designs, the number of applications of integrated circuits (ICs) in high-performance computing, controls, telecommunications, image and video processing, and consumer electronics has been rising at a very fast pace. The current cutting-edge technologies such as high resolution and low bit-rate video and cellular communications provide the end-users a marvelous amount of applications, processing power and portability. This trend is expected to grow rapidly, with very important implications on VLSI design and systems design
Industrial automation is the use of control systems, such as computers or robots, and information technologies for handling different processes and machineries in an industry to replace a human being. It is the second step beyond mechanization in the scope of industrialization. ower operating cost: Industrial automation eliminates healthcare costs and paid leave and holidays associated with a human operator. Further, industrial automation does not require other employee benefits such as bonuses, pension coverage, etc. Above all, although it is associated with a high initial cost it saves the monthly wages of the workers which leads to substantial cost savings for the company. The maintenance cost associated with machinery used for industrial automation is less because it does not often fail. If it fails, only computer and maintenance engineers are required to repair it.
Digital Signal Processing
Digital signal processing (DSP) is the process of analyzing and modifying a signal to optimize or improve its efficiency or performance. It involves applying various mathematical and computational algorithms to analog and digital signals to produce a signal that's of higher quality than the original signal. DSP is primarily used to detect errors, and to filter and compress analog signals in transit. It is a type of signal processing performed through a digital signal processor or a similarly capable device that can execute DSP specific processing algorithms. Typically, DSP first converts an analog signal into a digital signal and then applies signal processing techniques and algorithms. For example, when performed on audio signals, DSP helps reduce noise and distortion. Some of the applications of DSP include audio signal processing, digital image processing, speech recognition, biomedicine and more.
MATLAB combines a desktop environment tuned for iterative analysis and design processes with a programming language that expresses matrix and array mathematics directly. It includes the Live Editor for creating scripts that combine code, output, and formatted text in an executable notebook. MATLAB toolboxes are professionally developed, rigorously tested, and fully documented. MATLAB apps let you see how different algorithms work with your data. Iterate until you’ve got the results you want, then automatically generate a MATLAB program to reproduce or automate your work. Scale your analyses to run on clusters, GPUs, and clouds with only minor code changes. There’s no need to rewrite your code or learn big data programming and out-of-memory techniques.
PCB Circuit Design
Printed Circuit Board Design or Printed Circuit Board (PCB) or Printed Wiring Board (PWB), is a board made out of insulating and highly heat-resistant insulating material such as fiberglass. These boards are also called substrates. A substrate or board may have only one single layer (single-layer circuit board) or more than one layer (multilayer circuit board). A conductive metal such as copper is used to make conductive pathway or traces to facilitate flow of electricity. Once these conductive traces are etched on the substrate, it is termed as “printed circuit board”.
- Wireless Networks or Telecom based courses
- Advanced Real Time Operating Systems