Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Professional Management and Technology, Raipur

Electronics & Telecommunication

About The Department

The Department of Electronics Engineering offering Undergraduate (BE) with an annual intake of 120 in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering aims at producing qualified and dynamic engineers in the fast changing areas of Electronics, Instrumentation and Communication Engineering. This undergraduate course has gained paramount social recognition and has proved to be indispensable to industrial establishments.

High voltage Lab, Electrical Machine Lab, Power Electronics Lab, Microprocessor Lab, Computer Lab, PSA Lab etc. are best of its kind and get appreciation from the concerned people.


The department of electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at SSIPMT services to be nationally recognized offering innovation and research oriented education in this field of Electronics & Communication catching to the needs of the stake holders confronted with technological revolution & Cultural changes.


The Department of Electronic & Telecommunication at SSIPMT is dedicated to produce electronics engineering equipped with knowledge, skill & moral values through guides& training towards fulfilling the industry & social expectations.

  • PEO
  • Faculty Profile
  • Laboratories
  • Departmental Events
  • Achievements
  • ET Lab Details
  • Mission
  • Academic Calendar
  • Association
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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO - 1

Obtain in depth knowledge and Comprehensive of the core discipline, to help them to design new products and architectures find novel solutions, which are efficient, cost effective and socially acceptable.

PEO - 2

Able to utilize acquired knowledge and skills to invent and develop novel and creative technology in multidisciplinary work environment.

PEO – 3

Possess leadership quality and be able to optimize the use of available resources.

PEO – 4

Work efficiently with diverse and multilingual team members, posses lifelong learning attitude and ethical in all approaches.

S.No. Name of Faculty Qualification Designation Date of Joining Nature of Association
(Regular/Contract/ Adjunct)
1 Dr. Hemlata Sinha PhD. Associate Professor (HoD) 12/9/2009 Regular ET&T
2 Mr. Aakash Jain M.Tech Assistant Professor 8/7/2017 Regular ET&T
3 Mr. Ankit Kumar Singh M.Tech Assistant Professor 27/08/2016 Regular First Year
4 Mr. Gurupal Chawla M.Tech Assistant Professor 13/07/2011 Regular First Year
5 Mr. Hardik Thakkar M.Tech Assistant Professor 1/7/2015 Regular ET&T
6 Mr. Upendra Nath Soni M.Tech Assistant Professor 1/8/2017 Regular ET&T
7 Mr. Nilay Shrivastava B.E. Assistant Professor 1/10/2011 Regular ET&T
8 Ms. Shalini Singh B.E. Assistant Professor 3/8/2015 Regular ET&T
9 Mr. Shishir Das M.Tech Assistant Professor 1/7/2013 Regular ET&T
10 Ms. Sonali Nandanwar M.Tech Assistant Professor 2/1/2017 Regular ET&T
11 Mr. Sujay Jasuja M.Tech Assistant Professor 5/7/2010 Regular ET&T
12 Mr. Sumit Kumar Roy M.Tech Assistant Professor 14/6/2010 Regular ET&T
13 Mr. Navdeep Khare M.Tech Assistant Professor 5/1/2019 Regular ET&T
14 Mr. Rohit Raj Singh M.Tech Assistant Professor 1/3/2019 Regular ET&T
15 Ms. Ankita Pandey M.Tech Assistant Professor 2/7/2012 Regular First Year
16 Mr. Ranjan Kumar Rai M.Tech Assistant Professor 13/02/2013 Regular First Year
17 Ms. Anupama Gupta B.E. Assistant Professor 15/2/2013 Regular First Year
18 Mr. Vaibhav Koshta M.Tech Assistant Professor 18/7/2019 Regular ET&T
19 Mr. Bhupendra Dewangan M.Tech Assistant Professor 15/10/2020 Regular First year
Optical Communication Lab Industrial Transducers & Sensors Lab
Digital Circuit Simulation Lab Network Analysis and Synthesis Lab
Advanced Electronic Circuits Lab Analog Electronic Circuits Lab
Advanced Microprocessor & Interfacing Lab Advanced Microprocessor & Interfacing Lab
Microcontroller & Embedded System Lab Basic Electronics Lab
Advanced Signal Processing Laboratory Simulation Lab
Advanced Signal Processing Laboratory VLSI Design Lab
Communication System I and II Lab Linear Integrated Circuits & Applications Lab
Multidisciplinary Lab  

Departmental events:

(i). Launching of IEEE WIE (womens in engineering) branch 15/07/2015.
(ii). Matlab training program 20-23/ 01/2016 (4th and 6th semester) (Dr. R.N. Patel, Mr. Lalit kumar sahu)
(iii). Workshop on PCB designing 25-27/01/2016 (6th semester) (Akshay Singh)
(iv). Workshop on Embedded system 28-30/01/2016 (4th and 6th semester) (CKD sir)
(v). NPTEL Local study center Estd. 25/01/2016 (60 students of ET&T)
(vi). ISF (ISTE Student forum) Estd. 13/08/2015 (50 students of ET&T)
(vii) Signing of MOU with Seer Akademi (VLSI Design and Testing).
(viii) Arduino Workshop on 17 th Aug 2017.
(ix) PCB Design Workshop 31 st Jul 2017.
(x) Industrial visit of 3 rd Sem students at BSNL, Raipur on 10 th Aug 2017.
(xi) Signing of MoU with Tessolve Semiconductor, Bangalore for IC Testing.
Interactive session of Students with R&D specialist Mr. Nitin Awasthi (Founder APSIS Solution, Bangalore) on 25 th Sep 2017.


(i) Launching Date: 01 October 2011 ELEXA Re-launch 2015
(ii) Launching Date: 12 September 2015
(iii)Write Up: An in-house association called, ELEXA i.e. “atom an imagination” was launched 01 October 2011.This association makes all efforts to bring out the innate talents of student in various field like Science & Technology, Research & Development ,Cultural & Literary event and many more. Since its establishment ELEXA has performed exceptionally well by providing and excellent platform to the students. This association is re-launched on 12 September 2015.

1. SSIPMT has been nominated in the elite group of top 12 colleges which is categorized in the cadger of active study center out of 400 colleges across India. (by NPTEL)
2. Successful completion of courses held at ssipmt by NPTEL.
3. Paper Published on IJARCCE:"Image Fision and Enhancement with contrast Setting and intensity adjustment in Matlab" (8.8.2015) by Rohini Padhye,Diksha Sangwai,Chitra Sharma.
4. Paper Published on IJECT:"Digital Image Encryption and Decryption by Pixel Shuffling Using Cipher Method" 12.12.2015 Samiksha Sharma,Somy Sharma,Nishi Dewangan.
5. Patent by the students Vaibhav Kinhekar and Rishabh Singh on Rail Windator.
6. Mr. Sumit Roy and Mr. Dharmendra Singh Attended FDP on IC testing at Tessolve Semiconductor, Bangalore from 2 nd May 2017 to 6 th May 2017.

S. No. Name of Laboratory Carpet Area( Sq. m. )
1 Digital Electronics Lab 91.67
2 Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab 79.21
3 Linear Integrated Circuits & Advanced Electronics Lab 95.50
4 Basic Electronics & Analog Electronics Lab 95.50
5 Analog & Digital Communication Lab 95.50
6 Microwave & Optical Communication Lab 79.21
7 Research & Development & Industrial Instrumentation Lab 95.50
8 Electronics Workshop Lab 95.50
9 VLSI / DSP/ ASP/ Simulation Lab 128.77
10 Multidisciplinary Lab 128.77
Total Area 985.13

The ECE program objectives are shown below. They represent our vision for what our students will be doing in their engineering careers four years after they have graduated. The principal behaviours we seek to foster in our students are expertise, innovation and leadership.
1. Graduates will be capable of integrating undergraduate fundamentals and advanced knowledge to solve complex electronics engineering problems. They will have knowledge of advanced topics in two or more areas, with depth in at least one area, from within the field of electronics engineering.
2. Students will develop professional programming skills that prepare them for immediate IT employment and for life-long learning in advanced areas of computer science and related fields.
3. Graduates will exhibit leadership and vision in contributing to the technical and policy decisions of industry, government, and research enterprises.
4. Graduates will demonstrate problem-solving abilities that permit them to contribute in a variety of technical, academic careers and also to establish as an entrepreneur.
5. Graduates will thrive in diverse, global, and multidisciplinary environments.
6. Graduates will participate in lifelong-learning activities that enhance their professional and personal development.

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Odd Semester

Even Semester

Department is also Associated with some Profession Societies.

ISTE Faculty Chapter.
ISTE Student Forum.
NPTEL Local Chapter.
IEEE Student Chapter.

Program Outcomes (POs):

PO1: Engineering Knowledge Apply knowledge of mathematics, Science & Electronics & Communication Engineering for Solving Engineering Problems & Modeling.
PO2: Problem Analysis Design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret experimental (collected data), simulate and fabricate electronic circuits and systems and make own projects utilizing latest software tools and techniques. They also possess the ability to identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems to reach logical conclusions.
PO3: Design & Development of Solutions Design a system, component or process to meet the desired specifications, performance and capabilities; compatible with health, safety, legal, societal and environmental considerations.
PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments in analyzing and interpreting data, and synthesizes the data to come to valid conclusion.
PO5: Modern Tool Usage Apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern attitudes, IT tools (linking hardware and software) including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities and research.
PO6: Engineer and Society Understand the special duty they owe to protect the public’s health, safety and welfare by virtue of their professional status as engineers in society.
PO7: Environment and Sustainability Understand and correctly interpret the impact of engineering solutions in global, societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of a need for sustainable development.
PO8: Ethics Understand ethics of life and professions and abide by them. Develop consciousness of professional, ethical and social responsibilities as experts in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
PO9: Individual and Team Work IT Articulate teamwork principles, work with a multi-disciplinary team, and appreciate the role of a leader, leadership principles, and attitudes conducive to effective professional practice of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
PO10: Communication Communicate and present effectively both orally and in writing, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
PO11: Project Management and Finance Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering finance and management principles as a member and leader in a team to manage projects in multi-disciplinary environments.
PO12: Life-long Learning Engage in life-long learning, demonstrate knowledge and understanding of contemporary and emerging issues relevant to their domain - demonstrate knowledge and understanding of business practices and principles of management and understand their limitations, develop awareness of legal consequences of engineering solution.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO - 1

Ability to identify, understand and solve problems of Electronics and Communication engineering and to apply them to various fields like signal and system, Analog and digital Electronic circuits, VLSI, Embedded system etc.

PSO - 2

Ability to design and analyses complex electronic system and problems in research activity and Societal needs by using modern electronic tools.

PSO – 3

Knowledge of social & environmental awareness along with ethical responsibility to achieve a successful career addresses the real world applications using optimal resources as an entrepreneur.