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                          Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

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About Us

The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering started functioning from the academic year 1998 for B. Tech course. The department lays stress on all round development of the students as well as faculty and laboratory staff by providing them conducive academic environment and necessary infrastructure for carrying out academic and research work. The sense of self discipline and responsibility is inculcated in the students and staff. The department has distinguished faculty, most of them holding M.Tech degrees. The website will provide one more channel of communication between the department and students and will help in faster dissemination of information.

The Department obtained UGC-Autonomous Status in the year 2014 and is running the programmes successfully meeting all the requirements. The College Academic Council, Board of Studies of the department strive to provide quality education and most advanced curriculum and syllabus to make the students industry ready and excel in the contemporary business world.


The B.Tech. Programme under Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering was accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).


Vision

Department is to excel in technical education and research in the area of Electronics and Communication Engineering and to produce skilled, trained and competent individuals with high motivation to meet the present day challenges of the society.

Mission

M1: To impart high quality education to enable students face challenges in the fields of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

M2: To provide facilities, infrastructure, environment to develop the spirit of innovation, creativity, and research among students and faculty.

M3: To inculcate ethical, moral values and lifelong learning skills in students to address the societal needs.


Head of the Department

Doctoral

Electronics and Communications Engineering department is one of the recognized research centers for doctoral programs affiliated to JNTU Anatapur since 2013.
Full time research scholars of doctoral programs are working under the guidance of highly qualified faculty with strong inclination towards research and development of innovative technologies like Cryptography, Computer vision, VLSI and Embedded Systems.


Full-Time Research Scholars Details 2013-2014 Batch

S.No Name Guide Name Co-Guide from JNTUA College of
Engineering, Anantapur
Date of Admission Area of Research
1 E.LAKSHMI PRASAD Dr.A.R.REDDY
Professor & HOD
Dr.M.N.GIRI PRASAD
Professor
25-06-2014 VLSI
2 K.SAI VENU PRATHAP Dr.S.A.K.JILANI
Professor
Dr.P.RAMANA REDDY
Professor
25-06-2014 IMAGE PROCESSING

Full-Time Research Scholars Details 2014-2015 Batch

S.No Name Guide Name Co-Guide from JNTUA College of Engineering, Anantapur Date of Admission Area of Research
1 T.PRAHALAD REDDY Dr.A.R.REDDY
Professor & HOD
Dr.M.N.GIRI PRASAD
Professor
04-05-2015 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS
2 BRAHMADESAM. T.MADAV Dr.S.A.K.JILANI
Professor
Dr.S.ARUNA MASTANI
Assistant Professor
04-05-2015 VIDEO PROCESSING

Full-Time Research Scholars Details 2015-2016 Batch

S.No Name Guide Name Co-Guide from JNTUA College of
Engineering, Anantapur
Date of Admission Area of Research
1 Shaik Mohammed Rafi Dr.J.L.Mazher Iqbal
Professor
Dr.S.Chandra Mohan Reddy
Assistant Professor
13-04-2016 VLSI

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) Program

Established in the year 1998, the department offers B. Tech program in Electronics and Communication Engineering. After four years,in 2002, the department got approval for the M. Tech program from A.I.C.T.E. A team of highly qualified senior faculty with specializations in communication systems, Microwave Engineering, Digital Signal Processing, Digital Image Processing, VLSI and Embedded Systems, run the courses.

The Objective of the department, right from its inception is to provide high quality man power, as well as technical inputs, primarily to meet the requirements of Indian Industries and R & D establishments both in India and Abroad. The department is adopting its curriculum, laboratories to stay abreast of Electronics and related areas.

The department is regularly conducting seminars, guest lectures, workshops and technical symposiums on latest technologies. Apart from the curriculum the department has a project development centre to impart the real and practical technical skills to the students. The department has been in the fore front for research and training activities in Embedded Systems, Digital Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Cryptography and Network Security.

The Department has the best undergraduate program required for the Civil Industry. The course curriculum for the undergraduate program gives the flexibility to the students to prepare for advanced specializations. The department offers a set of electives so that students can plan their academic program in advance. The course structure provides a right mix of compulsory and elective courses.


Curriculum

The B.Tech Program is divided into two distinct parts. A student has to go through a common program called Core Curriculum. Most of the core curriculum is completed in the first four semesters. The last four semesters have a large number of professional courses, that initiates the student to topics in Electronics and Communication Engineering. The Professional Curriculum consists of courses and Project Work. There are some compulsory courses, but there is a significant number of professional electives as well.


FIRST YEAR I SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Professional English Theory 3
2 Engineering Calculus Theory 4
3 Engineering Chemistry Theory 3
4 Engineering Graphics Theory 3.5
5 Programming for Problem Solving (Python) Theory 3
6 Chemistry Laboratory Lab 1.5
7 Workshop Practice Lab 1.5

FIRST YEAR II SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/lab Credits
1 Linear Algebra, Complex Variables and Ordinary Differential Equations Theory 4
2 Physics : Electromagnetic Theory Theory 4
3 Basic Electrical Engineering Theory 3
4 C Programming and Data Structures Theory 3
5 Physics Laboratory Theory 1.5
6 Electrical Engineering Laboratory lab 1.5
7 C Programming and Data Structures Laboratory lab 1.5

Second YEAR I SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/lab Credits
1 Differential Equations & Laplace Transforms Theory 3
2 Principles of Economics Theory 3
3 Electrical Machines Theory 3
4 Network Analysis Theory 3
5 Electronic Devices Theory 3
6 Digital Design Theory 3
7 Electrical and Electronic Devices Practicals [Lab Manual] Lab 2
8 Digital Design Practicals Lab 2

Second YEAR II SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Probability & Statistics Theory 3
2 Principles of Management Theory 3
3 Signals and Systems Theory 3
4 Microprocessors and Interfacing Theory 3
5 Microelectronics and Circuits Theory 3
6 Control Systems Theory 3
Audit Course - I
7 Microprocessors and Interfacing Practicals Lab 2
8 Simulation and Control Practicals [Lab Manual] Lab 2

Third YEAR I SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Electromagnetic Theory Theory 3
2 Communication Systems Theory 3
3 Analog Electronics Theory 3
4 Analog and Digital VLSI Design Theory 3
5 Computer Architecture Theory 3
6 Open Elective - I Theory 3
7 Analog Electronics Practicals Lab 2
8 Communication Systems Practicals Lab 2

Third YEAR II SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Soft Skills Theory 3
2 Communication Networks Theory 3
3 Electromagnetic Fields and Microwave Engineering Theory 3
4 Digital Signal Processing Theory 3
5 Discipline Elective - I Theory 3
6 Open Elective - II Theory 3
Audit Course - II
7 Microwave Practicals Lab 2
8 Digital Signal Processing Practicals Lab 2

Fourth YEAR I SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
1 Object Oriented Programming Theory 3
2 Embedded System Design Theory 3
3 Mobile Telecommunication and Networks Theory 3
4 Discipline Elective - II
Theory 3
5 Discipline Elective - III Theory 3
6 Open Elective - III
Theory 3
7 Object Oriented Programming Practicals
Lab 2
8 Embedded System Practicals
Lab 2
9 Mini Project
Mini Project 2

Fourth YEAR II SEMESTER

S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
Option–I (Full Semester Internship-FSI)
1 Discipline Elective-IV Theory 3
2 Open Elective-IV Theory 3
3 Full Semester Internship-FSI:Industry/RC/AI
- 14
4 Technical Seminar - 2
Option–II (Conventional) - -
1 Discipline Elective-IV Theory 3
2 Open Elective-IV Theory 3
3 Project Work - 14
4 Technical Seminar - 2

1. Microprocessor & DSP Lab:


Equipped with 22 systems installed with windows XP, MATLAB Software and tools version 7.5. 20 TMS DSP Processor kits, 13 Embedded Trainer Kits, Code composer Studio Software and Keil Software.

2. Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab:


Equipped with Thirty PCs installed with MASM tool and Twenty five 8086 Microprocessor kits, twenty four 8051 Microcontroller kits, Five 8085 Microprocessor Kits and various Interfacing cards.

3. Electronic Computer Aided Design Lab:


: Equipped with 29 P-IV systems installed with windows XP, Xilinx Software, MATLAB, Multisim Software. KEIL’S, Code Composer Studio Software and Flash Magic Software’s and FPGA and CPLD Kits.

4. Analog Communication / Digital Communication Lab:


Equipped with fourteen CRO’s, fourteen Function Generators, 110 Digital Communication & Analog communication Trainer Kits, Nine Electronic Lab Trainers, Four SDC Trainer Kits and the components required to conduce the experiments.

5. Micro Wave Engineering & Optical Fiber Communication Lab:


Equipped with 11 Klystron Mounts, Seven Optical Communication Trainer kits, Two Gunn benches and Three CRO’s.

6. Pulse and Digital Circuits Lab 1 & Lab 2:


Equipped with 10 DSOs , 8 twenty three CRO’s, Thirteen Function Generators, 12 RPSs, Thirteen SDC Trainer Kits, Analog to Digital, Digital to Analog trainer kits, IC tester and the components required to conduct the experiments.

7.IC Applications Lab:


Equipped with 07 DSOs , 07 Function Generators, 07 RPSs, Thirteen SDC Trainer Kits, Linear IC Trainer kits and the components required to conduct the experiments.

8. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab -1:


Equipped with Twenty six CRO’s, 10 DSOs, 20 RPSs,thirty nine Function Generators, Twenty one SDC Trainer kits and the components required to conduct the experiments.

9. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab -2:


Equipped with 18 DSOs , 18 Function Generators, 18 RPSs and the components required to conduct the experiments. Availability of computing facilities available exclusively in the department
  • 29 Computer Systems in ECAD/EC Lab.
  • 21 computer systems in DSP/Embedded Systems Lab.
  • 30 PCs in Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab.
  • 7 PCs in M.Tech Lab
Availability of laboratories and students project labs with technical support within and beyond working hours
  • All Department Laboratories are available with Technical support during working hours and one hour beyond the working hours.
  • DSP Lab: 17 P-IV computer systems with Internet facility will work for two hours beyond working hours for the benefit of students.
  • Master of Technology (M.Tech) Program

    The Department has the best postgraduate program required for the core industries in Electronics. The course curriculum for the postgraduate program gives the flexibility to the students to prepare for advanced specializations. The department commits to offer a set of electives so that students can plan their academic program in advance. The course structure provides a right mix of compulsory and elective courses.


    Curriculum

    In the M.Tech Program a student has to go through a common core curriculum. Most of the core curriculum is completed in first two semesters. The last two semesters, students have to give a seminar on any advanced topic related to Electronics and Communication areas and submit a report on the same. In addition, students are to work on an individual project in their field of interest. Each student will be allotted to experienced faculty members for guidance, based on their chosen field for the project. During this project period, each student must submit three status reports indicating their project progress along with final thesis report at their final review. Each student has to publish one or two research papers on their project or attend any conferences as a part of the curriculum.


    Digital Electronics and Communication Systems [DECS]

    First Year I Semester

    Syllabus Question Paper
    S.No Name of the Subject Credits
    1 Wireless and Mobile Communication 3
    2 Digital CMOS VLSI Design 3
    3 Discipline Electives-I
    A. Wireless Sensor Networks
    B. Optical Networks
    C. Digital Signal and Image Processing
    D. Programming Languages for Embedded Software
    3
    4 Discipline Electives-II
    A. Cognitive Radio
    B. DSP Architecture
    C. Parallel Processing
    D. Design & Testability
    3
    5 Wireless and Mobile Communication Lab 2
    6 Digital CMOS VLSI Design Lab 2
    7 Research Methodology and IPR 2
    8 Audit Course I
    A. Disaster Management
    B. Sanskrit for Technical Knowledge
    C. Constitution of India
    D. Pedagogy Studies
    0

    First Year II Semester

    Syllabus Question Paper
    S.No Name of the Subject Credits
    1 Advanced Digital Signal Processing 3
    2 Micro controllers and Programmable Digital Signal Processors 3
    3 Electives-III
    A. Satellite Communication
    B. Internet of Things
    C. Low power VLSI Design
    D. VLSI Signal Processing
    3
    4 Electives-IV
    A. Markov Chain and Queuing System
    B. MIMO System
    C. Network Security and Cryptography
    D. CAD of Digital System
    3
    5 Advanced Digital Signal Processing Lab 2
    6 NMicrocontrollers and Programmable Digital Signal Processors Lab 2
    7 Mini Project 2
    8 Audit Course II
    A. English for Research Paper Writing
    B. Value Education
    C. Stress Management by Yoga
    D. Personality Development through Life Enlightenment Skills
    0

    Second Year I Semester

    S.No Subject Credits
    1 Discipline Electives V
    A. High Performance Networks
    B. Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
    C. Remote Sensing
    D. Nano Materials and Nano Technology
    3
    2 Open Electives
    A. Business Analytics
    B. Industrial Safety
    C. Operations Research
    D. Cost Management of Engineering Projects E. Composite Materials F. Waste to Energy
    3
    3 Dissertation Phase I 10

    Second Year II Semester

    S.No Subject Credits
    1 Dissertation Phase II 16

    Micro & Nano Electronics

    FIRST YEAR I SEMESTER

    Syllabus Question Paper
    S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
    1 Advanced Computing Methods Theory 4
    2 Microelectronic Technology & IC fabrication Theory 4
    3 Materials for Nanotechnology Theory 4
    4 Micro sensors & Actuators Theory 4
    5 Nano CMOS Circuits & Physical Design Theory 4
    6 Elective - I
    1. Quantum Electronics
    2. Digital System Design
    3. Measurements and Characterization Nano Materials
    Theory 2
    7 Simulation and Synthesis Lab Lab 2

    Micro & Nano Electronics

    First year II SEMESTER

    S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
    1 MEMS/NEMS Design Theory 4
    2 Carbon Nanotubes and Applications Theory 4
    3 Nano BioTechnology Theory 4
    4 Nanosensors Theory 4
    5 Nano Fabrication Techniques Theory 4
    6 Elective - II
    1. Nano Medicine
    2. Packing Technology
    3. Industrial Nanotechnology
    Theory 2
    7 MEMS Lab Lab 2

    Second YEAR III & IV SEMESTER

    S.No Subject
    1 Seminar
    2 Project Work

    VLSI & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (VES)

    First year I SEMESTER

    Syllabus
    S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
    1 VLSI Technology Theory 4
    2 Embedded System Concepts Theory 4
    3 Structured digital System design Theory 4
    4 Analog & Digital IC Design Theory 4
    5 Hardware Description Language Theory 4
    6 Elective - II
    1. MEMS
    2. RF IC Design
    3. Device Modeling
    Theory 2
    7 Simulation and Synthesis Lab Lab 2

    VLSI & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (VES)

    First year II SEMESTER

    Syllabus
    S.No Name of the Subject Theory/Lab Credits
    1 Memory Technology Theory 4
    2 FPGA Architectures & Applications Theory 4
    3 Real Time Operating Systems Theory 4
    4 DSP Architecture and Applications Theory 4
    5 ASIC Design Theory 4
    6 Elective - II
    1. Software Defined Radio
    2. Design & Testability
    3. VLSI Signal Processing
    Theory 2
    7 FPGA Design Lab Lab 2

    Second YEAR III & IV SEMESTER

    S.No Subject
    1 Seminar
    2 Project Work
    Digital System Design Lab / Communication & Signal Processing Lab (M.Tech)

    Equipped with 10 P-IV systems installed with windows XP, Xilinx Software, MATLAB, Multisim Software. KEIL’S, Code Composer Studio Software and Flash Magic Software’s and FPGA and CPLD Kits.


    Availability of computing facilities available exclusively in the department
    • 34 Computer Systems in ECAD/EC Lab.
    • 17 computer systems in DSP/Embedded Systems Lab.
    • 10 PCs in Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab.
    • 10 PCs in M.Tech Lab

    Availability of laboratories and students project labs with technical support within and beyond working hours
    • All Department Laboratories are available with Technical support during working hours and one hour beyond the working hours.
    • DSP Lab: 17 P-IV computer systems with Internet facility will work for two hours beyond working hours for the benefit of students

    Faculty

    Highly qualified, dedicated and experienced senior faculty are an attractive (additional) feature of the ECE department. The ECE department faculty participate actively in various research activities in the areas such as Embedded Systems, Digital Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Cryptography and Network Security. The faculty have published research papers in reputed national and international journals and also made presentations at various national / international conferences. The following are a few research projects which are carried out by the ECE department faculty members.

    S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification H-Index (scopus) Profile
    1 Dr. G. Soundra Pandian Sr. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Delhi) View Profile
    2 Dr. Remashan Kariyadan Sr. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Madras) View Profile
    3 Dr. K. R. Kashwan Sr. Professor & Dean Ph.D. (Tezpur University (Central University)) View Profile
    4 Dr. S. A. K. Jilani Professor Ph.D. (S K University, Anantapur) View Profile
    5 Dr. Kumar Manoj Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Roorkee) View Profile
    6 Dr. P. Ramanathan Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) View Profile
    7 Dr. B. Gopinath Assoc. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) 4 View Profile
    8 Dr. S. Rajasekaran Sr. Asst. Professor & Head Ph.D. (Anna University) 1 View Profile
    9 Dr. Sathees Kumar Nataraj Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Univerisiti Malaysia Perlis) View Profile
    10 Dr. R. Sitharthan Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) View Profile
    11 Dr. S. Rajkumar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Kharagpur) 4 View Profile
    12 Dr. K. Sathesh Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) 2 View Profile
    13 Dr. Anil Kumar Soni Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (HBNI, Mumbai) View Profile
    14 Dr. Ranjeet Kumar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIITDM, Jabalpur) 8 View Profile
    15 Dr. Satrughan Kumar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (MANIT, Bhopal) View Profile
    16 Dr. Vikas Vijayvargiya Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Indore) 3 View Profile
    17 Dr. Sumit Kale Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIITDM, Jabalpur) 4 View Profile
    18 Dr. Gajendra Sharma Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIIT, Allahabad) View Profile
    19 Dr. M. Karthikeyan Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Pondicherry University) 1 View Profile
    20 Dr. J. N. Swaminathan Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) 2 View Profile
    21 Dr. S. Usha Rani Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Madras) 0 View Profile
    22 Dr. Manimaran Ponnusamy Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Anna University) View Profile
    23 Dr. Brijesh Kumar Singh Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (MNNIT, Allahabad) View Profile
    24 Dr. Sankata Bhanjan Prusty Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) View Profile
    25 Dr. Bappadittya Mandal Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIEST, Shibpur) 5 View Profile
    26 Dr. Bappadittya Roy Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Durgapur) View Profile
    27 Dr. Jyoti Prasanna Patra Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela) View Profile
    28 Dr. Sankalita Biswas Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Durgapur) View Profile
    29 Dr. Amarjit Kumar Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IIT, Roorkee) 3 View Profile
    30 Dr. Sudeep Surendran Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT, Warangal) 1 View Profile
    31 Dr. Thamizharasan. S Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (Pondicherry University) View Profile
    32 Dr. Ranjan Kumar Mahapatra Sr. Asst. Professor Ph.D. (NIT-K, Surathkal) View Profile
    33 Dr. Sambasiva Rao Kambala Asst. Professor Ph.D. (IGCAR, HBNI, Mumbai) View Profile
    34 Dr. Srikantam Sravanthi Asst. Professor Ph.D. (HBNI) View Profile
    35 Mr. S. Rajarajan Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (IIT, Kharagpur) View Profile
    36 Mr. P. Sarwesh Asst. Professor M.E., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Surathkal) View Profile
    37 Mr. Pratik Mondal Asst. Professor M.E., (Ph.D.) (IIEST, Shibpur) 3 View Profile
    38 Mr. Prashanth Kumar Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Silchar) View Profile
    39 Mr. Lucky Agarwal Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (MNNIT, Allahabad) View Profile
    40 Mr. Rajesh Bera Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Durgapur) View Profile
    41 Ms. Madhusmita Mishra Asst. Professor M.E., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Rourkela) View Profile
    42 Mr. Rajiv Kumar Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Jamshedpur) View Profile
    43 Mr. Gaurav Varshney Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Delhi) View Profile
    44 Ms. Sunandita Debnath Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Silchar) View Profile
    45 Mr. Shanidul Hoque Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (NIT, Silchar) View Profile
    46 Mr. V. Sai Kumar Asst. Professor M.Tech., (Ph.D.) (Rayalaseema University) View Profile

    Teaching Assistants / Lab Assistants

    S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification Profile
    1 Mr. P. Durga Nagendra Kiran Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    2 Mrs. D. N. Keerthana Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    3 Mr. S. Tamil Selvan Teaching Assistant M.E. View Profile
    4 Ms. J. Mary Angel Asha Latha Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    5 Mr. Vivek. V. Kajagar Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    6 Mr. G. Subbarao Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    7 Mr. E. Ramesh Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    8 Mr. R. S. Shaikshavali Malik Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    9 Mr. R. Madhu Krishna Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    10 Mr. Shaik Tipu Rahaman Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    11 Mr. K. MD. Riyaz Ali Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    12 Mr. K. Rahim Bakash Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    13 Mr. V. Mustafa Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    14 Mr. S. Shakirbasha Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    15 Ms. S. Ayesha Tanveer Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    16 Mr. Y. Pradeep Kumar Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    17 Ms. V. Tejaswitha Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    18 Mr. P. Rajendra Prasad Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    19 Mr. V. Bharath Sreenivasulu Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    20 Ms. M. S. Shivaganga Teaching Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    21 Mr. B. Ramesh Lab Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    22 Mr. V. Chandra Sekhar Lab Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    23 Ms. T. Neeraja Lab Assistant M.Tech. View Profile
    24 Mr. R. Kiran Kumar Lab Assistant M.Tech. View Profile

    ECE department faculty participate actively in various research activities in the areas such as Embedded Systems, Digital Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Cryptography and Network Security. The faculty have published research papers in reputed national and international journals and also made presentations at various national / international conferences. The following are a few research projects which are carried out by the ECE department faculty members.


    List of R&D Projects:


    External sponsored projects: 5


    S.No Name of the Faculty Title of the Project Project Sanction Date / Amount Allocated Duration / Status Type & Sponsoring agency
    1 Dr. Sitharthan R Enhanced Hybrid Power Generating System for Rustic & Citified electrification 12th July 2017 / Rs.22,99,440 2017-2020 / ongoing DST-SERB: ECRA, New Delhi
    2 Dr.S.A.K.Jilani & Dr.S.Javeed Hussain Design and development of brain test adequacy system to improve cognitive index of young india using non invasive brain sensor and artificial neural networks 11th May 2016 / Rs.26,69,600 2016-2019 / ongoing Major Research project,DST
    3 Dr.Mazher Iqbal & Mr.Arun 3-D Intelligent information system for identifying suspicious activity Rs.3,70,000 2015-2017 Major Research Project, UGC
    4 Mr.M.Jagadeesh babu Monitoring of water level variations in rivers, dams, reservoirs and Flood Alert System using wireless sensor Networks Rs.4,50,000 2015-2017 Minor Research Project, UGC
    5 Mr.V.Satishkumar Development of Advanced Image Processing Methods for assessing and monitoring the content of Trees Outside Forests using IRS High Resolution Satellite Images Rs.3,70,000 2015-2017 Minor Research Project, UGC


    Internal sponsored Projects: 10


    S.No Name of the Faculty Title of the Project Amount Allocated Duration Type & Sponsoring agency
    1 Dr.S.A.K.Jilani, Mr. D.Bala Krishna Reddy & Mr.M.Sreenath Reddy LED display system Rs.1,00,000 2010-2013 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    2 Dr.A.R.Reddy, Mr.M.Jagadeesh Babu and Mr.M.Venkata Srinu Encryption Algorithms for embedded systems Rs.1,00,000 2011-2014 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    3 Mr.V.Sai Kumar Ms.C.K.Hemantha Lakshmi and Mr.S.Arun Development of GigaFLOP ALU Rs.2,00,000 2011-2014 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    4 Dr.S.A.K.jilani, Mr. D. Balakrishna Reddy & Mr.M.Sreenath Reddy A Dyanmic multilingual colour identifying handheld gadget for visually challenged Rs.2,00,000 2014-2016 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    5 Dr.A.R.Reddy, Mr.P.Sravan kumar and Mrs.G.R.Hemantha Multi Precision Arithmetic algorithms for FPGA boards Rs.1,00,000 2014-2016 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    6 Mr.Dinesh Sharma, Mrs.Purnima Sharma and Mr.Ratna Raju Wireless Propagation model Development Rs.1,25,000 2015-2017 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    7 Dr.M. Thamarai, Mr.Girish kumar & Mr.R.Ravindraiah Multispectral Image Compression Algorithm for Satellite on board Applications Rs.1,00,000 2015-2017 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    8 Dr.Sakthi sudhan, Mr.Samba siva Rao and Mr.B.Vamsi Krishna Design and Implementation of EF Shaped Patch antenna for Detection of Wildfire in Eco forestry Rs.1,00,000 2015-2017 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    9 Dr.R.Velmani, Mr.U.Sreenivasulu and Mrs.N.Nagaswetha Rain Water Management Irrigation Systems by using Wireless Sensor Networks Rs.1,00,000 2015-2017 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    10 Dr. Gautam Narayan, Mr.Sai Kumar and Mr.Sukumar Analysis of brain waves using EEG sensor Rs.1,00,000 2015-2017 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy
    11 Dr.G.Hari Krishnan, Ms.C.K.Hemantha Lakshmi and Mr.L.Ashok Students Information Retrival from Master Database through missed call using Embedded System Rs.1,00,000 2015-2017 Ratakonda Ranga Reddy Educational Academy


    External Sponsored Projects


    1.Name of the Project: “3-D Intelligent information system for identifying suspicious activity”

    1. Sponsoring Agency : UGC
    2.Name of the Investigator : Dr.Mazher Iqbal
    3.Name of the co-investigator : Mr.Arun
    4.Project start date : Yet to start
    5.Scheduled time for Project completion: 3 years
    6.Project Amount: Rs.3,70,000
    7.Project expenditure: Procurement of Lab view software & Thermal Cameras
    8.Project Outcomes:
    a.Students able to get skill in Lab view Software
    b.Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : This project presents an efficient 3-D Intelligent Information System that enables recognition suspicious activities of different interactive patterns among a group of people. Detecting and recognizing suspicious activities is a complex, diverse, and challenging area that have scope for modern day research. Siemens AG developed and installed the first Video Surveillance for observing the launch of V-2rockets in the year 1942 at Test Stand VII in Peenemunde, Germany. Government and private sector need effective monitoring of public places such as airports, banks, railway stations, car parking, city center, shopping malls, crowded sports arenas, estates, military installations, etc., to increase global security.

    Because of technology advancement in video surveillance system leads to decay of major crimes. The identification of abnormal activity is performed by where (spatial location in the image) and when (temporal location) occurs in the video. Each abnormal activity in the video is classified into one of the predefined activity classes. Now a day’s surveillance videos are monitored by human, there is a chance of missing some events which are really suspicious. Nearly all video surveillance systems are linked to police stations. They may also be monitored by private security guards at a centrally located area within the boundaries of the surveillance area. Should a private security guard notice an illegal act taking place, he or she can instantly send the image to local police monitors so the police can observe the crime and dispatch officers. We propose a novel efficient 3-DIntelligent Information System that automatically identify the suspicious activities and other changing information. The recognition methods that are reviewed include single person (e.g., holding knife, holding gun, simply loitering), multiple-person interactions (e.g.,fighting and personal attacks), person–vehicle interactions (e.g., hit-and-run,vehicle vandalism), and person–vision facility/location interactions (e.g.,object left behind and trespassing)


    2.Name of the Project: “Monitoring of water level variations in rivers, dams, reservoir sand Flood Alert System using wireless sensor Networks”

    1.Sponsoring Agency : UGC (SERO)
    2.Name of the Investigator: Mr.M.Jagadeesh babu
    3.Project start date: January-2015
    4.Scheduled date for Project completion: 2 Years
    5.Project Amount: Rs. 4,50,000
    6.Project expenditure: Procurement of books, wireless sensor nodes & Softwares.
    7.Project Outcomes:
    a.M.Tech and PhD students should acquire the skills in Wireless sensor Netwoks.
    b.Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : Flooding is one of the major disasters occurring in various parts of the world. The model is very useful to monitor the water level variations in rivers, dams, reservoirs and the monitored values regularly stored in the web server which is useful to send flood alerts to corresponding authority for proper action and the same can be viewed through the web. This research investigates the use of wireless sensor network (WSN) for monitoring of river and flood conditions. The wireless sensor network system can also be used for real-time monitoring of water conditions like water flow and precipitation level was developed to be employed in monitoring flood. The two main objectives of the developed system is to serve

    1) As information channel for flooding between the involved authorities and experts to enhance their responsibilities and collaboration and

    2) As a web based information source for the public, responding to their need for information on water condition and flooding.

    The developed system is composed of three major components: wireless sensor network, processing/transmission unit, and database/ application server. The sensor network is based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard and a new multi-hop routing protocol was designed suited for monitoring and control applications.


    3.Name of the Project: “Development of Advanced Image Processing Methods for assessing and monitoring the content of Trees Outside Forests using IRS High Resolution Satellite Images”

    1.Sponsoring Agency : UGC(SERO)
    2.Name of the Investigator: Mr.V.Satish Kumar
    3.Project start date: November-2014
    4.Scheduled date for Project completion: 2 Years
    5.Project Amount: Rs. 3,70,000
    6.Project expenditure: Procurement of Satellite data & data processing kits.
    7.Project Outcomes:
    a.M.Tech and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in Image processing
    b.Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : Trees outside the forest are defined, as all trees excluded from the definition of forest and other wooded lands. High spatial resolution remote sensing data are being used to investigate forest classification at both coarse and fine scale. Tree crown is a major parameter for finalizing the tree’s location which is important for forest/associated vegetation. Information about tree crown is difficult to obtain and rarely available from traditional forest inventory. So using different techniques like Watershed, Local Maxima Filtering and 2D-Walking Ant Histogram to analyze the size of tree crown, Delineation of tree crown and Identification of individual tree crown.
    Objectives:
    1)Standardization of algorithms for retrieval of TOF (Trees Outside Forest) parameters from High resolution images.
    2)Validation of the product and enabling Operationalization.


    4.Name of the Project: “Design and development of brain test adequacy system to improve cognitive index of young india using non invasive brain sensor and artificial neural networks”

    1.Sponsoring Agency : DST (CSIR)
    2. Name of the Investigator : Dr.S.A.K.Jilani
    3. Name of the co-investigator : Dr.S.Javeed Hussain
    4. Project start date : Yet to start
    5. Scheduled time for Project completion: 3 years
    6. Project Amount: Rs.30,00,000
    7. Project expenditure: Procurement of Wireless EEG sensors, Sensor interfacing circuits & computers with accessories
    8. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech & Ph.D. students should get skill in brain computer interfacing system.
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : Brain computer interfaces (BCIs) have the potential to offer humans a new and innovative non muscular Modality to assess the brain activity under different conditions. These systems rely on the acquisition and interpretation of the neurophysiologic signals. Electroencephalograph (EEG) is the only practical noninvasive, cheap and real-time capable imaging technology for use in a BCI system.

    The aim of this research is to develop Brain test adequacy (BTA) system for assessing student’s mental ability (intelligence and achievements). In this work, students will be categorized under different attributes such as age group, gender, economic status. These subjects will be exposed to different cognitive test under conditions like stress, anxiety, mood etc, and mind patterns will be recorded to assess the subjects, based on verbal, non verbal skills, attention, memory, overall intelligence and achievement. This data will provide the status of cognitive level of subject’s brain. Now, these student groups will be subjected to different acoustic-visual stimuli, meditation and yoga for a period of time to verify possible improvement of cognitive test index.


    Research Projects: Completed


    Projects Brief:


    1.Name of the Project: “LED Display system with GSM based automatic web –updates”

    1. Name of the Investigator: Dr. S.A.K.Jilani
    2. Project start date: July-2010
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: July-2013
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procured LED Display system & GSM board”.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. B.Tech Students acquired Skills in LED Interfacing
    b. Published research papers

    Report: The project titled as “LED Display System with GSM based automatic web-updates” is useful for displaying messages. The project objective is to develop an LED message display system with automatic updating from a mobile phone. LED Display is interfaced with GSM modem which eliminates the huge cabling required from programming device to LED display and is made to update remotely with mobile phone or with GSM modem connected to PC with SMS.


    2.Name of the Project: “Encryption Algorithms for embedded systems”

    1. Name of the Investigator: Dr.A.R.Reddy
    2. Project start date: July-2011
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: June-2014
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procured Two computers for Rs. 1,00,000.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech Students acquired Skills in Encryption algorithms
    b. Published research papers

    Report: The project titled as “Encryption Algorithms for embedded systems” is required for securing the networks involving banks and others entities. The objective of the project is to develop secure encryption algorithms for embedded systems applications. The AES security will be improved by additional diffusion level and the secure AES will be implemented in 8-bit / 16-bit Controllers.


    3.Name of the Project: “GigaFlop ALU”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Mr.V.Sai Kumar
    2. Project start date: July-2011
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: July-2014
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 2,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of Computers & FPGA boards”.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. B.Tech Students acquired Skills in FPGA Interfacing
    b. Published research papers

    Report: The project titled as “GigaFLOP ALU” is in VLSI research area and helps us to establish ourselves with VLSI domain knowledge. The objective of the project is to develop an arithmetic logic unit to perform Giga Floating Point Operations. The Logic will be simulated in Modelsim and synthesized in Xilinx ISE. It will be ported into Xilinix FPGA


    Research Projects In Progress


    1.Name of the Project: “Development of Quality of Service (QoS) in Fixed Wireless Access Environment for 3G and 4G Wireless Communication”

    1. Name of the Investigator: Dr. Dinesh Sharma
    2. Project start date: 1-7-2015
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 1-7-2017
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,25,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and Field work.
    Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech. and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in 3G and 4G wireless communication.
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : The project titled as “Development of Quality of Service (QoS) in Fixed Wireless Access Environment for 3G and 4G Wireless Communication” is sponsored by Society, which is promoting the MITS. The objective of the project is to develop Wireless propagation model for 3G and 4G services. The field data is to be collected to verify the proposed propagation model.


    2.Name of the Project: “Multispectral Image Compression Algorithm for Satellite on board Applications”

    1. Name of the Investigator: Dr.M.Thamarai, Prof/ECE
    2. Project start date: 2-7-2015
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 1-7-2017
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and FPGA boards.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech. and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in Compression algorithms
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : The project titled as “Multispectral Image Compression Algorithms for Satellite onboard Applications” This project provides improved compression algorithm for multispectral images and also analyzes the suitable encoding technique for the satellite on board application.


    3.Name of the Project: “Design and Implementation of EF Shaped Patch antenna for Detection of Wildfire in Eco forestry”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Dr.K.Sakthisudhan
    2. Project start date: 2-7-2015
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 1-7-2017
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and Antennas.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech. and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in Antenna theory and design.
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : The project titled “Design and Implementation of EF Shaped Patch antenna for Detection of Wildfire in Eco forestry” develops the patch antenna design using Advanced Design System (ADS) simulator, fabricated by Photolytic techniques and measured by Agilent Microwave Analyzer with Vector Network Analyzer (VNA). Hence, this research has been compared with simulated and measured results. Finally, the development of back scattered signals have been implemented to detect of fire in the eco forestry environmental.


    4.Name of the Project: “Rain Water Management Irrigation Systems by using Wireless Sensor Networks”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Mr.R.Velmani
    2. Project start date: 1-7-2015
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 1-7-2017
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and sensors.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech. and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in Wireless sensor networks
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : The project titled as “Rain Water Management Irrigation Systems by using Wireless Sensor Networks” is to implement an automated rain water management irrigation system for multi level organizations by using wireless sensor networks


    5.Name of the Project: “Analysis of brain waves using EEG sensor”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Mr.M.Javeed Hussain
    2. Project start date: 1-7-2015
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 1-7-2017
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and EEG sensor.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in Bio-Medical signal Processing
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : In the project titled “Analysis of brain waves using EEG sensor” propose an automated system that provides the status of the brain by considering the rhythmic oscillations in the brain and the analyzed readings are represented to assess the status of brain This work can be initiative step for applications for the cognitive impaired people, especially in the cases of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder (BD).


    6.Name of the Project: “Multi Precision Arithmetic algorithms for FPGA boards”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Dr.A.R. Reddy
    2. Project start date: 1-8-2014
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 30-8-2016
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and FPGA boards.
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech. and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in MPI and Verilog.
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : Multi precision Integer (MPI) algorithms are required for building new encryption algorithm. Such algorithms are extremely useful for e-commerce, e-banking, m-commerce, etc. The crypto algorithms based upon discrete log problem and factorization require efficient MPI algorithms. MPI algorithms on FPGA boards will help to realize high secure encryption algorithms.


    7.Name of the Project: “Students Information Retrieval from Master Database Through Missed Call Using Embedded System”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Dr.G.Hari Krishnan
    2. Project start date: 8-7-2015
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 8-7-2017
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and EEG sensor
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech. and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in Bio-Medical signal Processing
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : The project titled as “Students Information Retrieval from Master Database Through Missed Call Using Embedded System”, whose objective is to utilize the capability of Raspberry Pi to connect with system database and mobile GSM Network. The establishment of connectivity of different devices has to be made and information transfer through different module has to be achieved


    8.Name of the Project: “A dynamic multi lingual colour identifying handheld gadget for visually challenged”

    1.Name of the Investigator: Dr S.A.K.Jilani
    2. Project start date: 1-8-2014
    3. Scheduled date for Project completion: 1-8-2016
    4. Project Amount: Rs. 1,00,000
    5. Project expenditure: Procurement of computers and H/w components
    6. Project Outcomes:
    a. M.Tech and Ph.D. students should acquire the skills in and Verilog
    b. Able to publish research papers

    Proposal : The Project titles “A dynamic multi lingual color identifying handheld gadget for visually challenged” whose objective is to develop a hand held device in indian context for visually challenged persons. With advent of microcontrollers and advanced sensors it may be easier to develop a small hand held battery operated gadget which can speak out colour of the object in local language and yet cost effective


    The ECE department has been organizing Faculty Development Programs (FDPs) and Workshops every academic year for the faculty members to upgrade with the latest developments. These programs included laboratory activities in addition to regular theory sessions in order to acquire hands on practical experience. Resource persons for these programs are brought from reputed institutions and research industries across the globe to share their knowledge. Faculty participants from various colleges and universities throughout India attend these programs to gain and share their valuable knowledge. These programmes are conducted on various research fields particularly in Embedded Systems, Digital Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Cryptography and Network Security are mostly covered in these programs. Apart from this,faculty are encouraged to participate in FDPs, Workshops and other training programmes conducted by Institutions worldwide.


    National Conferences for both Under Graduate and Post Graduate Students as well as for the Faculty are organized by the department every academic year to help them with their career endeavours in their respective fields of interest.
  • One Day Hands on Training on LATEX organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering on September 15, 2017.
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  • One Day training program on 24th March 2014 for Faculty members on the usage of Xilinx software by Application Engineer, Trident Techlabs demonstrated the awareness of Xilinx, installed the Xilinx software and activated the license on all systems.

  • A One Day Training Program on Multisim 13.0 was organized at the campus for the Faculty members on the usage of software on 04/04/2014. Mr. N. Bala Dastagiri, Application Engineer, Trident Techlabs Private Limited from Hyderabad, demonstrated the awareness on Multisim.

  • A Three Day International Workshop on “Wireless Networks” held on 18th to 20th June 2013.

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    A Six Day Workshp on VLSI Design was organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering from 30/05/2016 to 04/06/2016.
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  • Two Days Workshop on Microcontroller Programming using MSP-430 organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering in association with STARCOM & TI University Program on 3rd & 4th March, 2017 under TEQIP-II.
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  • A Six Day Workshop on "Smart Antenna Design & Analysis for MIMO Wireless Systems" during 19th to 24th SEP 2016 organized by Dept. of ECE and Sponsored by TEQIP-II.
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  • A One Day Workshop on “Effective Research Methodologies” organized by the Department of ECE held on 11th March 2015.
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  • A training program titled “Instructional design and delivery” i.e., pedagogy five day training program was arranged for MITS faculty members under TEQIP-II from 22nd to 26th December 2014 was successfully conducted with the help of NITTTR Chennai. The resource persons are Dr. E. S. M. Suresh, Prof. and Head Dept. of Civil Engineering & Dr. Malliga Senior, system Analyst, NITTTR Chennai.

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  • A Two Day National Workshop on “Embedded Systems“ organized by the Department of Electronics & communication Engineering held on 18th & 19th July 2014.
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  • Title of Programme Institution/Organization Resource Persons Dates
    A National Workshop on
    "Digital Image Processing
    Androit Solutions, Bengaluru Mr.V.Ganeshan, C.E.O 30-09-2011

    ECE Department has conducted one day national workshop on “digital image processing” on 30 September 2011. Mr. V Ganeshan, CEO, Androit Solutions, Bengaluru was the Resource person of the Workshop. He is an expert from industry on digital image processing and conducted earlier such workshops in VTU, Belgaum, Karnataka. During the inaugural session, a seven-minute video on digital image processing and five-minute video on ECE department achievements was shown. A CD containing PPT slides on digital image processing and POSITRON – a departmental newsletter was released by the Resource person. Subsequent to inaugural function, two technical sessions of 2-hours duration each were held at 11.00 AM and 2.00 PM by the resource person. The first session focused theoretical aspects of the digital image processing and second session was used to demonstrate the image processing programs using MATLAB software. The programs were demonstrated using Image Processing Tool (IPT) box of MATLAB. At 4.00 PM valedictory function was conducted. A total of 54 participants have registered and participated in the workshop. The feedbacks from the participants indicate that they have benefited immensely from the workshop. Subsequent to feedback by participants, Participation Certificates were handed over to each participant by Resource person. The workshop was closed after the distribution of certificates.


    Title of Programme Institution/Organization Resource Persons Dates
    A International Workshop on
    "Data Communications IC Design
    Santa Clara University, USA Dr Shoba Krishnan, Professor 25-06-2012 to
    29-06-2012

    International Workshop on Data Communications IC Design is held from 25.6.2012 to 29.6.2012 in ECE Department, MITS, Madanapalle under TEQIP-II program and in association with IUCEE. IUCEE has deputed the resource person, Dr Shoba Krishnan, from Santa Clara University, USA. The inaugural function is held from 10 AM to 11 AM on 25.6.2012. Dr P Sathyanarayana, Professor, Sri Ventaswara Univeristy College of Engineering, Tirupathi is the Chief Guest and he stressed the importance of Data Communications in his inaugural address. The resource person has conducted workshop consisting of both theory and laboratory experiments. Each session is interactive in both theory and laboratory classes and participants have learned data communications IC design. A total of 44 participants have attended the workshop. Each participant is provided with a kit consisting of Bag, pad, pen and reference material. The reference material is very useful for data communications IC design. On evening of 27.6.2012, the participants were taken to Horsely Hills.

    Dr Kishna Vedula from USA has conducted the concluding session through Video conference and all the participants have given the feedback on the Workshop. At the end of concluding session, Dr Shoba Krishnan has given the Certificate of participation to each participant.

    Title of Programme Institution/Organization Resource Persons Dates
    An International FLI on
    “Embedded Computing system:
    From Processor Design to Code Optimization”
    Georgia Tech University, USA Dr. Santhosh Pande 20-06-2011 to
    24-06-2011

    Five-day IUCEE workshop was held from 20 to 24 June 2011. On the first day, inauguration function was conducted at 10.00 AM. The inaugural function was chaired by Secretary and Correspondent, MITS, Madanapalle. In the opening remarks, Dr. K. Srinivasa Reddy, Principal, MITS, highlighted the importance of faculty training on new technologies. Dr. K Soudara Rajan, Professor, JNTUA College of Engineering, as a Chief Guest, stressed that students should be trained in various skills such that industry will be able to use them. Dr Santosh Pande, Professor, Georgia Tech University, USA, as a resource person, indicated the importance of embedded systems and how computers have invaded our lives. Subsequent to inaugural function, technical sessions on “embedded computing systems: from processor design to code optimization” were held every day during the workshop period. A total of 67 participants have attended the course. On the last day, a valedictory function was conducted. Written and oral feedback was collected from the participants. Majority of participants have graded the Workshop as Excellent. They expressed to have such workshop on “Image processing” with laboratory sessions. At the end, a certificate was given to each participant.


    Title of Programme Institution/Organization Resource Persons Dates
    A National Workshop on
    “Advanced Processors for Embedded Systems"
    Phoenix Technologies and services, Bengaluru A.S. Ramkumar Reddy 25-10-2010

    One Day National Workshop on “Advanced Processors for Embedded Systems” was held on 25 October 2010, in Seminar Hall, Madanapalle Institute of Technology and Science, Madanapalle. The main resource person is Mr. AS Ramkumar Reddy from Phoenix Technologies and Services Ltd, Bengaluru. The resource person is an expert from industry and had wide experience in the development of embedded systems. The Workshop focused on Advance RISC Machine (ARM) Processors. The architecture, registers and instruction set of ARM processors were discussed in detail. As an example, LPC 2129 processor board was used for live demonstration. Programming examples were explained in detail. Apart from ARM7 board, ARM9 board was also exhibited to the participants. The workshop addressed the tools required for programming these boards. A brief introduction to Beagle board was also discussed during the workshop. With this, the aim of the objective to provide technical know-how on latest embedded boards is achieved. More than 50 participants, mainly consisting of teaching faculty, have attended the workshop. The workshop attracted the participants from various states of the country. They have all immensely benefited by learning latest ARM boards. The live demonstration of ARM programs with emulator and board was appreciated by all participants.

    Title of Programme Institution/Organization Resource Persons Dates
    An International FLI on
    “Image Processing”
    University of Rochester, USA Dr. Gaurav Sharma 05-07-2010
    to 09-07-2010
  • A Two-Day National Conference on Wireless Communication Systems held on 27th – 28th January, 2016 Sponsored by DST - Science and Engineering Research Board, New Delhi.
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  • A Two Day National Conference on “Recent Trends in Signal Processing“ organized by the Department of Electronics & communication Engineering on 18th & 19th February 2015.

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  • A National Conference on “Advanced Communication systems & Applications”, held on 25th & 26th June 2013.
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  • Title of Programme Chief Guest Judges No. of
    Participants
    Dates
    A National Level Conference on
    "Advanced Communications
    Systems and Applications"
    Prof. Pallapa
    Venkataram
    Prof. P. Khayum
    Prof. P. Sudhakar Reddy
    54 25-06-2013
    26-06-2013

    Two Day National Conference on Advanced Communication Systems & Applications was held from 25.6.2013 to 26.6.2013 by the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering under the support of TEQIP-II. The inaugural function was held from 10 AM to 11 AM on 25.6.2013. Prof. Pallapa Venkataram, Chairman of Center for Continuing Education, IISc Bangalore, was invited as the Chief Guest and he spoke about the importance of upgrading of the technology in the inaugural function. Conference proceedings were released by the Chief Guest and other dignitaries, Prof. P. Khayum, Dr. K. Sreenivas Reddy, Dr. A. R. Reddy, and Dr. D. Asha Devi on the Dias. Later the Chief Guest spent one hour interaction with the participants. He appreciated about the papers published in Conference Proceedings. Papers were invited in multiple streams from academicians, researchers and industrialists and we have received several papers, and selected 41 quality papers out of them after peer review and plagiarism check. A total of 54 participants (43- External and 11- Internal) have attended the Conference. Each participant is provided with a kit consisting of Bag, pad, pen and conference proceedings. Paper presentations were conducted in three parts – Part-A (VLSI Design and applications) on 25.6.2013 from 12.00 AM to 1.00 PM, and continued after lunch. Part-B (Signal & Image Processing) and Part-C (Communications, Networks and others) were conducted on 26.6.2013. Two external judges Prof. P. Khayum and Prof. P. Sudhakar Reddy, and the two internal judges Dean Dr. Raja Reddy and Dr. S. A. K. Jilani shortlisted the presentations. The valedictory was conducted on 26.6.2013 at 4.00 PM and feedback was taken from the participants and the certificates were distributed to each participant.

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    Title of Programme Chief Guest Judges No. of
    Participants
    Dates
    A National Level Conference on
    "Embedded Systems and Applications"
    Dr. Ushaa Eswaran Prof. A Siva Sankar 78 20-03-2012

    One-day National Level Conference on Embedded Systems and Applications was held on 20 March 2012 at MITS, Madanapalle. A brochure and poster were sent to more than 225 colleges. We received 140 research papers from various colleges spread across the country. A total of 48 papers are presented and 78 participants have registered by paying the registration fee of Rs.100/- per participant. We invited Dr. Ushaa Eswaran, Principal, SIST, Puttur and Professor A Siva Sankar, Head, ECE department, GKCE, Sullurpet, to be Chief Guest and Guest of Honor, respectively. They accepted our invitation and addressed the students during the inaugural session and conducted the conference proceedings. Based on their evaluation, prize winners were selected; First prize: S Sowjanya and T Sowmya Sree, KEC, Kuppam for paper titiled “ Touchscreen and wireless communication based personal assistant for dumb and illiterates”, Second prize: A Vedhavathi, Oxford College, Bangalore for the paper titled “Reconfiguraable 2-bit adder design using genetic algorithm” , Third Prize: IT Sreehitha and P Rajitha, SVIST, Madanapalle for paper titled “Advanced robotic applications cyborgs”. Apart from the paper presentation, projects were exhibited by ECE students. A total of 34 projects were exhibited and live demonstration were made. Students made elaborate arrangements such as charts, electrical power points, and other required items. During the closing function, Prizes were distributed by Chief Guest and Certificates were distributed by Chief Guest, Guest of Honor, Principal, HOD, and Dr SAK Jilani. Feedback was collected from the participants (oral and written). At the end, Chief Guest and Guest of Honor were facilitated by Principal by presenting a shawl and memento. The program closed at 5.00 PM.

    Title of Programme Chief Guest Judges No. of
    Participants
    Dates
    A National Level Conference on
    "Electronic Communication systems"
    Dr. A Subbarami Reddy Prof. Prabhakar Reddy
    Prof. S Nagaraj
    45 16-03-2011

    In response to our Brochure and Poster, we received a total 165 papers for full length presentation. Among these papers, 45 papers were short listed for full length presentation and 18 papers for Poster presentation at the National Level Conference on “Electronic Communication Systems”. The National Conference was held on 16 March 2011 in ECE department, MITS, Madanapalle. The program started at 9.00 AM with registration and closed at 5.00 PM with the distribution certificates. A total of 36 full length papers and 18 Poster session papers were presented by UG and PG students. The conference was inaugurated by Dr A Subbarami Reddy by lightening lamps. Dr A Subbarami Reddy, Principal, SKIT, Srikalahasti, is the Chief Guest for the Conference. He delivered the keynote address on Electronic Communication Systems. The Souvenir containing the abstracts and CD containing the full length papers were released in the inaugural function. Two technical sessions, in two parallel tracks, were started at 11.00 AM and continued up to 4.00 PM with a lunch break at 1.00 PM. Apart from the Chief Guest, two external Judges were invited for chairing the sessions and evaluating the paper presentations. Prof. Prabhakar Reddy, SVIST, Madanapalle, and Prof S Nagaraj, SVCET, Chittoor were the two external judges. The paper presentations were also assessed by three internal judges: Dr. SAK Jilani, Prof. GNK Ramaiah, and Prof. BDVR Reddy. Eighteen Poster presentations by the PG students was a major attraction during the Conference. Also, some of full length paper presentations were made by the PG Students. These presentations have met the objectives of the conference, i.e., original research paper presentations by the students. After the completion of presentation, these five judges have finalized the prize winners for the first, second and third prizes. The winners were felicitated by the prize money and Certificate. Each participant was also felicitated by a Certificate.


    Achievements

    • The highly qualified MITS's faculty are very active in curricular activities. Each faculty participates in faculty development programs (FDPs) to upgrade with latest developments and to acquire hands on practical experience. Also, faculty actively involves National and International FDPs held by the department. The experienced faculty of the department develops new curriculum to meet the students requirements and College objectives. Each faculty maintains a course file consisting of assignments, question papers, handouts, performance, and feedback. ECE department is active in research activities particularly in Embedded Systems, Digital Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Cryptography and Network Security. Each faculty publishes in reputed journals and make presentations at national / international conferences.

    • ECE students are active and they participate in curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Illuminates, a departmental program conceived and conducted by students is very popular for increasing the technical and communication skills. It is regular feature that ECE students participate in various technical symposiums being held in the state and country and return with prizes and certificates. The majority of the students of ECE department have participated in paper presentations, project exhibitions and other activities like sports and cultural activities. The project work of final year students brings out innovation and addresses the needs of the common man. They also participate in the social service events such as NSS, blood donation, go-green, teach-the-neighbor, etc. A strong MITS's alumni, spread across the country, are serving in several organizations.


    Dr. S. A. K. Jilani

    • Outcome Based Learning (WS) at BITS, Pilani Hyderabad on 06-08 February 2015
    • Aurdino (FDP) at APSSDC for 2 weeks from 14th Oct 2015- 12th Dec 2015
    • Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) Sector in Andhra Pradesh(WS) at APSSDC on March 30, 2015
    • 7 days training programme on “Training on Management Capacity Enhancement (Batch 8) for Administrators” organized by IIM Indore with NPIU during March 20 - 26, 2014, under TEQIP II program
    • India’s Flagship Nanotech Event - 3 day conference on 6th Bangalore India Nano organized by the Department of IT, Biotechnology and Science & Technology, Government of Karnataka under the able guidance of the Vision Group on Nanotechnology from 4th to 6th December 2013.
    • INDIA NANO 2013 (CONF) at Bangalore from 4-6 Dec, 2013
    • Wireless Networks (WS) at MITS & IUCEE from 18-06-2013 to 20-06-2013
    • Emerging Trends in Quality Education- The Road Ahead (WS) at MITS on 8th June 2013
    • A National Conference on “Electronic Communication Systems”, 16-03-2011, MITS, Madanapalle.
    • An International FLI on “Embedded Computing system: From Processor Design to Code Optimization”, 20-06-2011 to 24-06-2011, MITS, Madanapalle.
    • “Globally Relevant Electrical And Computer Technology Curriculum”, 16-08-2011 to 17-08-2011, MITS, Madanapalle.
    • A National Workshop on “Digital Image Processing”, 30-09-2011, MITS, Madanapalle.
    • An International FLI on “Image Processing”, 05-07-2010 to 09-07-2010, MITS, Madanapalle.
    • A National Workshop on “Advanced Processors for Embedded Systems”, 25-10-2010, MITS, Madanapalle.


    Mr. V. Saikumar

    • Wireless Networks (WS) at MITS & IUCEE during 18-06-2013 to 20-06-2013.
    • Data Communications IC Design(WS) at MITS during 25th to 29th June 2012.


    Mr. P. D. N. Kiran

    • Teaching online Course using MOODLE LMS (FDP) at MITS for 2 days 19-20 DEC 2014


    Mrs. J. Mary Angel AshaLatha

    • Teaching online Course using MOODLE LMS (FDP) at MITS for 2 days 19-20 DEC 2014

    Achievements by ECE students during 2016-17

    R. Jaswanth Raju(15695A0415), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “INTELLIGENCE BREAKING SYSTEM” in Mohana Mantra, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘Sree Vidyanikethan Educational Institutions’, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh held on 6th – 8th October 2016 & secured second Prize.

    N.Suchitra(14691A04I7)& K.Sruthi(14691A04I8), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “EYE TRACKING TECHNOLOGY” in Mohana Mantra, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘Sree Vidyanikethan Educational Institutions’, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh held on 6th – 8th October 2016 & secured First Prize.

    M.N. Sameer Ahmed (14691A04H0), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “WITRICITY” in Mohana Mantra, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘Sree Vidyanikethan Educational Institutions’, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh held on 6th – 8th October 2016 & secured First Prize.

    P.Charansai(14691A0432), Y.Sai Kiran Kumar Reddy (14691A04G2) & B.Sandeep Rayudu(14691A04H2), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “Technical Events(Connection)” in Powertro-2k16, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘Er.Perumal Manimekalai College of Engineering, Tamilnadu held on 9th September 2016& secured Second Prize.

    P.Charansai(14691A0432)& Y.Sai Kiran Kumar Reddy(14691A04G2) ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “Quantum Computing” in Powertro-2k16, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘Er.Perumal Manimekalai College of Engineering, Tamilnadu held on 9th September 2016& secured First Prize.

    K.Charan Kumar (15695A0406), ECE Department Participated and presented a Poster titled “Blue Eyes Technology” in Yantra 2K16, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘JNTUA College of Engineering,Pulivendula,Y.S.R District, Andhra Pradesh held on 28th and 29th September 2016 & secured First Prize

    Achievements by ECE students during 2015-16

    P.Sai Krishna (13691A04G1), ECE Department Participated and presented a Poster titled “Blue Eyes Technology” in E-WAR 2k16, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by ‘Mother Teresa Institute of Engineering, Palamner, Andhra Pradesh held on 6 Feb 2016 & secured First Prize

    Achievements by ECE students during 2014-15

    G. SUSHMITHA SEN (12691A04E1) and M. SATHYA (12691A04C1), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “NANO GENERATORS” in SAMSLESHANA 2K15, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by Annamacharya Institute of technology and Science, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh held on 24-01-2015 & secured second Prize.

    G. SUSHMITHA SEN (12691A04E1) and M. SATHYA (12691A04C1), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “MICROWAVE LIFE DETECTION SYSTEM FOR HUMAN BEING BURIED UNDER RUBBLE” in ACE Techzion 2K15, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by Aditya College of Engineering , Madanapalle , Andhra Pradesh held during 27th and 28th February 2015 & secured second Prize.

    E.R. NAAGA PRASANNA (13691A04E9 ) and J. RAMYA SREE (13691A04E6), ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “INVISIBLE CLOCK” in ACE Techzion 2K15, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by Aditya College of Engineering , Madanapalle , Andhra Pradesh held during 27th and 28th February 2015 & secured second Prize.

    K UDAYARASHMI ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “CONCEALED WEAPON DETECTION” in Axion 2K15, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by NBKR Institute of technology and science, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh held on 28th February 2015 & secured First Prize.

    K UDAYARASHMI ECE Department Participated in technical quiz, Axion 2K15, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by NBKR Institute of technology and science, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh held on 28th February 2015 & secured Second Prize.

    B.Aruna (12691A0409) and H. Arshiya Bhanu (12691A0408) ECE Department Participated in inter college games meet organized by JNTUA, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh held on 1st April 2015 in Tennikoit and stood as runners.

    K.Devipriya (12691A0431) ECE Department Participated awarded with second prize in Essay Writing competition on “Developing Tirupathi as an Education Hub: Improving Quality of Education and Contribution of Education Sector to State Development ” held on 28th March 2015at Tirupati in connection with the laying of foundation stone for IIT and IISER Tirupathii and IIIT, Sri City, Chittoor dist. Andhra Pradesh.

    Achievements by ECE students during 2013-14

    Mr. P.ANAND KUMAR (11691A0402) and Mr.Y.MALLIKARJUNA (11691A0452) , ECE Department Participated and presented a paper titled “INTELLIGENCE AMPLIFICATION SYSTEM FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS” in KonvergenZ'14, a National Level Technical Symposium organized by KSRM College of Engineering, Kadapa, , Andhra Pradesh held during February 11-13 2014 & secured Third Prize and also participated in HACK-TRIX workshop held from 10th to 13th at KSRM College of Engineering organized by Techno Matrix

    First prize bagged by Mr.K.S. Reddy (10691A0497) of IV ECE for Elocution in University level Youth festival on 6th & 7th of February conducted by JNTU Pulivendula.

    Mr.E.Santhosh, III ECE (11691A0495) and MS.K.Udaya Rashmi, II ECE(12691A04E8) participated and presented paper entitled “ Nano generators” at SigMoiD-2k14, an euphoric National Level Technical Symposium of Electronics and Communication Engineering department organized at Sri Venkateswara University College of Engineering, Tirupati on 19th-20th April, 2014 and secured ‘Second Prize’ in Paper presentation.

    Mr. S. Firoz Basha of II B.Tech, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering participated and presented a paper titled “Augmented Reality” in A ONE Day National Technical Symposium AAVISHKAR 2014, Organized by Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya, Enathur, Kanchipuram, held on October 31, 2014 and secured ‘First Prize’ in the Paper presentation competition.

    Mr.S.Firoz Khan, I ECE (13691A0431) participated and presented a paper entitled “ Renewable Energy Resources ” at Shastra-2k14, an euphoric National Level Technical Seminar at BIT Institute of Technology, Hindupur on 01st May, 2014 and secured ‘First Prize’ in Paper presentation.

    Mr.E.Santhosh, III ECE (11691A0495), attended one day workshop on “Technology Enhanced Learning through IEEE for imparting Higher Quality Education” Organized by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Ananthpuramu on 19th APRIL 2014.

    Ms. S.Bhargavi (13691D3807), selected for the PG Professional Course Fellowships by UGC, New Delhi for the academic year 2013 - 2014 for two years or until the PG program completes.

    Ms M.D JYOSHNA (11691A0438) and Ms L. HIMAYASRI RAO (11691A0435) Students of III ECE, were selected for Paper presentation category among 292 National papers at EEL 2K14, a National Level Technical Symposium which was held at JNTUA College Of Engineering, Pulivendula on 1 & 2 May 2014 and secured ‘First Prize’ in Paper presentation.

    Achievements by ECE students during 2012-13

    The students of IV ECE, Mr. M. Venkata Kalyan Kumar (10695A0411), Mr. B.Prem Kumar (09691A0473), Mr. S.Raju (09691A0476) and Mr. B.Sateesh Babu (09691A0490 were attended for 6th National Project Exhibition PROJECTRA which was held at Adishankara College of Engineering & Technology, Gudur, Nellore (Dt) on 16 March, 2013.

    Mr.D.Hari Krishna (11695A0406), IV B.Tech. ECE Department has participated and presented paper titled “Night Vision Technology” in a National Symposium-RIPPLE 2K13, organized by Rajeev Gandhi Memorial College of Engineering & Technology, Nandyal, Kurnool(Dist) AP, on 01.03.2013 and won Third prize.

    Mr.V.Amarnath(10691A0403), Mr.K.Chakradhar Reddy (10691A0417) and A.KiranKumar Reddy(10691A0439), III B.Tech, ECE Department have Participated in a Grand Quiz at Mohan Mantra 2013, a National Level Techno & Cultural fest held on Feb 22-24 2013 at Sree Vidhyanikethan Engineering College, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh and got Second Position.

    Ms. T.P.Niveditha (10691A0467) and Ms P.Nagaraja Swathi (10691A0460), ECE Department presented a Technical paper entitled " ULTRA HIGH SPEED CMOS IMAGE SENSORS” at Mohan Mantra 2013, a National Level Techno & Cultural fest held on - Feb 22,23 2013 at Sree Vidhyanikethan Engineering College,Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.

    The students of III ECE, Mr. C. Dinesh, Mr. B. Jagadeesh, Mr. K. Gnanatheja, Mr. S. Achyuth, Mr. D. Koti Reddy, Mr. S. Lokesh, Mr. D. Deepak, and Mr. D. Madan Mohan, attended for “TECHNOCRATS-2013” which was held at Sai sakthi Engineering College,Maharajapuram,Chittor district, AP .

    Ms. P.Madhavi (10691A0449) student of III ECE Department has Participated in CONCEITO- Poster Presentation held on 23-02-2013, organized by Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College and has secured First Prize.

    The students of III ECE, Mr. C. Dinesh(10691A0419), Mr. M. Kumar Raja(10691A0443),Mr .A. Bramha Kumar(10691A0416), Mr. M. Kiran(10691A41), Mr. C.Naga vijayendra (10691A0459), Mr. C. Naveen Kumar Reddy (10691A0465), Mr. K. chakradhar Reddy(10691A0417),Mr. M. Janardhan Reddy(10691A0431) and P.Ahok Kumar(10691A410) were selected and participated in the events like Paper Presentation, Technical quiz and Short Film in Trishna 2k13, a Two day National Level Technical Symposium & Workshop on Graphical Computing Interfaced with Robotics organized Annamacharya Institute of Technology & Sciences, Tirupati,AP,India during February 15th-16th, 2013.

    Mr. G. Vinayaka (09691A04B7) and Mr. M. Siva (09691A0494) Participated and bagged First Prize in Project Demonstration on "Zibbed Based Conduct of Exams" held during February 25-26, 2013 organized by Daita Madhusudhana Sastry Sri Venkateswara Hindu College of Engineering, Machilipatnam Krishna District.

    Mr. S. Pratap Reddy (10691A0473) and Mr.P.Sai Jaswanth Nikhil (10691A0487), ECE Department presented a Technical paper entitled " HUMAN EMOTION-DETECTION USING BRAIN WAVE SIGNAL PROCESSING” in e-merge13, a technical-fest at JNTUA College of Engineering, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh during February 22-23, 2013.

    Ms. V. Anusha (10691A0409) and MS. M. Monisha Swarna Sree (10691a0456), ECE Department presented a Technical paper entitled " QDEO VIDEO PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY ” in a conference on advances in Technological Developments (DBS ECSTASY-2013 ) held on - Feb 16, 2013 at DBS Institute of Technology , Kavali, Andhra Pradesh

    Mr. C. Dinesh (10691A0419) of III B.Tech (ECE) bagged the First prize for the topic “Augmented Reality” in the paper presentation Category at National Level Symposium organized by SVCE & SVEW, Tirupati Chittoor Dist.-517 112 ,A.P. on 24-01-2013.

    Mr. M. Kumar Raja(10691A0443) of III B.Tech (ECE) bagged the Second Prize in Short Film Category for the Topic “Engineering Schemes in India” at National Level Symposium organized by SVCE & SVEW, Tirupati Chittoor Dist.-517 112 ,A.P. on 24-01-2013.

    Mr. K. Goutham Kumar (10691A0425), MS . S. Fouziya Zeehana (10691A0421) Presented paper on “ELECTROCULOGRAPHY GUIDED AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS" and K. Goutham Kumar (10691A0425), A. Balaji (10691A0414), A. Bramha Kumar(10691A0416) ,Mr .M. Kumar Raja(10691A0443) Participated in SHORT FILM titled" HATSOFF INDIA " at VIT PRAGNA 2013, Second National Level conference organized by Vemu Institute of Technology, P. Kothakota (P), Puthalapattu (M), Chittoor Dist.-517112 A.P.

    Mr. C. Dinesh (10691A0419) and Mr. M. Kumar Raja (10691A0443) bagged Second prize in paper presentation "AN INTELLIGENCE AMPLIFICATION SYSTEM FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS IN URBAN TERRAIN USING AUGMENTED REALITY" at PRAYAGA 2013, a National Level Technical Paper Presentation organized Tirumala Engineering college, Jonnalagadda(P), Narasaraopet-522601, Guntur(Dist), A.P. (09-10 January 2013).

    Ms. M.Vijaya (12691A04F6), Mr.Mutyala Samara Simha Reddy(12691A04B7) & Ms. Gopathi Susmithasen(12691A04E1) stood college topper’s of B.Tech I year 2013.

    Mr.H.Balaji(10691A0415) ,III ECE, Participated and presented a paper titled ” The Revolutionary Tetwalker (An Upcoming Technology)” in a one day National level symposium ‘CONTEZZA-2K13’ was conducted in’ Kuppam Engineering College, Kuppam, Chittor (Dt), A.P’ on 15 March 2013 and secured Second Prize .

    Mr.K.Goutham Kumar (10691A0425) Participated and presented a paper titled ” Trajectory tracking of a autonomous robot using eye movement coordination (electrooculography) in the departments of ME and EEE and also presented a paper titled ” Intelligence amplification system for military operations in urban terrain” using augmented reality in the department of ECE in TECHWAR-2K13, a National Level Technical Symposium which was organized by GLOBAL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, Chinnamachupalli (V), Chennur Road, Kadapa, Y.S.R (Dist) -516162, A.P. and secured two second prizes and one third prize.

    Mr.C.Anil Kumar Reddy(10691A0406) and Mr.K.Goutham Kumar (10691A0425) Participated in Paper Presentation & Poster Design in CONTEZZA-2K13, a National Level Technical Symposium Conducted by Department Of Electrical And Electronic Engineering, KUPPAM ENGINEERING COLLEGE on 15th March 2013 and secured First Prize in Paper Presentation and Second Prize in Poster design.

    Mr.C.Anil Kumar Reddy(10691A0406), D.Koti Reddy (10691A0472) and Mr.S.Pratap Reddy(10691A0473) Participated in Technoquiz in TECHNOGV 2K13, a two day National level symposium Organized by ’ Golden Valley Integrated Campus Madanapalle Andhra Pradesh on 08 and 09 of March 2013 and secured First Prize.

    Mr.S.Kiran Kumar (10691A0440), and S. Pratap Reddy (10691A0473) Participated in Paper Presentation in TECHNOGV 2K13, a two day National level symposium Organized by ’ Golden Valley Integrated Campus Madanapalle Andhra Pradesh on 08 and 09 of March 2013 and secured Third Prize.

    Achievements by ECE students during 2011-12

    K. Karthik Acharyulu & J. Pavan Kumar of III Year have presented a paper on “Pass Transistor Dual Value Logic for Low Power CMOS” in “Evince” conducted by RGM College, Nandyal and got first Prize.

    C. Naga Deepika & G. Bhavya Reddy of III Year have presented a paper on “Augumented Reality” in “E-Merge” conducted by JNTUA, Anantapur and got second Prize.

    K. Chaitanya of IV Year presented a paper on “LANE DEPARTURE SYSTEM USING IMAGE PROCESSING” in MITS, Madanapalle and got first prize.

    A. Rajesh, E. Rajesh, M. Shanmukha, G. Sree Devi, D. Viswanath of IV Year exhibited a project “TWO WHEELS SELF BALANCING ROBORT” in “PRAKARNA 2012” conducted by BITS, Proddutur and got first prize.

    Medha, Ashwitha, Deepikamani, and Charishma of III Year participated in “Filme” on the topic “ENVIRONMENT” at JNTUA, Anatapur on 04-Mar-2011 and got first prize.

    Achievements by ECE students during 2010-11

    B. Krishna Kiriti, V. Ahamed Subhan presented a paper on “Heart Failure Alert System using RFID Technology” at Sri Sai Institute of Technology, Rayachoty on 25-Oct-10 and bagged 1st place.

    B. Venkata Sai Sravan, K. Varun Kumar Reddy presented a paper on “Neuromorphic VLSI design using batecholation” at Vemu Institute of Technology, Chittoor on 29-Jan-11 and bagged 3rd place.

    S. Saraswathi, N.R. Samhitha presented a paper on “Adaptive Guided Missile Technology” at Siddhartha Institute of technology, Chittoor on 23-Oct-10 and bagged 1st place.


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    Dr. S. Rajasekaran

    Head of the Department-ECE

    Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science

    Post Box No: 14, Kadiri Road, Angallu

    Madanapalle-517325, Andhra Pradesh

    Phone: +91-8571-280255; 280706 (Extn:134)

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