Department of Electronics & Communication
Electronics & Communication Department from session 2015-16, intake has been reduce from 120 to 60

Department of Electronics & Communication

Priyadarshini Institute of Engineering and Technology (PIET) is one of the prestigious engineering institutes run by Lokmanya Tilak Jankalyan Sikshan Sanstha (LTJSS), Nagpur. This department is dedicated to the advancement, propagation and exploitation of knowledge in the field of engineering and technology. The department offers a four-year course culminating in the bachelor's degree in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and Masters of Engineering for two year with specialization in Communication. Dept is having latest art of advanced equipments in laboratory. Team of dedicated, highly qualified faculty members is always kin to share their expertise with young budding engineers. Departmental faculty, supporting staff and students function like a close knit family which creates a very conducive atmosphere for student's development. All staff members are approachable to students for any of their problems, whether academic or non-academic. The department aims to develop the students technically and make them mentally strong to face the challenges ahead.
The Department also strives to offer its students excellent instructional and educational opportunities in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, thus providing a durable technical foundation in an environment of rapid technical change. In this process, it enables and promotes their professional growth through contact with best professional practice. The department thus tries to play a role of resource and technical leadership in national level development activities.

Key Strengths

     1.  Well equipped lab to conduct research in Image Processing, VLSI, Networking etc.
    2.  Well qualified and experienced faculty rich in Industrial and Teaching experience.
    3.  Guest lecturers are invited from eminent personalities in industries and research foundations & workshops in various areas of expertise.
    4.  Access to Internet for students and staff through 4 Mbps leased line.
    5.  Effective teaching learning process is implemented by schemes like Teacher Guardian Scheme, Class Teacher scheme, continuous assessment of students etc.
    6.  Students are encourage to undertake training in industries in vacations
    7.  A national level Project exhibition & conference - 'NIRMITI' is organized every year jointly by the various departments of PIET.

Vision & Mission


Developing versatile technocrats in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering to cater to the needs of technological and socio economic development of the country and globe.


  • To foster research based quality technical education in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
  • To develop skilled engineers to meet the rapid technological advances in the industries.
  • To develop multifaceted personalities with sound academics and business acumen.
  • To nurture high moral values in budding technocrats.
  • To provide engineers with perfect blend of knowledge and social responsibilities to the society.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

To organise students to succeed in employment/profession and/or to pursue postgraduate & research education in Electronics & Communication Engineering and allied Engineering disciplines.

To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to formulate, analyze & solve engineering problems related to Electronics & Communication Engineering in particular and Engineering practice in general.

To prepare students with good scientific and engineering span so as to understand, analyze, design, create novel systems and solve multidisciplinary problems.

To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication proficiency, teamwork and an ability to relate engineering to global perspective issues and social context.

To provide students with an academic environment that cultivates excellence, ethics, transparency, leadership and encourage awareness of life-long learning.

Program Objectives (POs)

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

To apply knowledge and hands-on competence in the areas of circuit analysis & design, communication systems, signal & image processing and embedded system.

To use computer aided design (CAD) tools to create an environment to design & analyze Electronics & Communication systems.


Electronics & Communication Engg.

Duration  :  4 Years

Year of Establishment  :  -

In Electronics (Comm.) Engg.

Duration  :  2 Years

Year of Establishment  :  2010

In Electronics Engg.

Duration  :  -

Year of Establishment  :  2010

Faculty of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Faculty List
Sr.No. Faculty Name Designation Qualification Exprience (in yrs) No. of Publications
1. Dr. G. M. Asutkar Vice Principal and Professor Ph.D.(Wireless Comm.), M.Tech., BE(EN) 20 yrs. 33
2. Dr. S. A. Chaturvedi HOD and Associate Professor Ph.D , M.Tech (EN), BE (ECE) 24 yrs. 33
3. Prof. A. D. Bijwe Asst. Professor Ph.D., M.E (EN), BE (ETC) 23 yrs. 25
4. Prof. V. V. Dabhade Asst. Professor M.E, BE (Industrial Electronics) 29 yrs. 04
5. Prof. V. B. Bagde Asst. Professor Ph.D ( Pursuing ), M.Tech (EN), BE (EN) 16 yrs. 18
6. Prof. R. V. Bobate Asst. Professor Ph.D ( Pursuing ), M.Tech (EN), BE (EN) 17 yrs. 19
7. Prof. D. A. Kapgate Asst. Professor ME (Digital Electronics), MBA (MM), BE(ETC) 21 yrs. 22
8. Prof. S. S. Wasnik Asst. Professor M.Tech (EN), BE (EN) 14 yrs. 16
9. Prof. R. M. Pethe Asst. Professor Ph.D ( Pursuing ), M.Tech (VLSI), BE (ETC) 14.5 yrs. 27
10. Prof. A. C. Kailuke Asst. Professor Ph.D ( Pursuing ), M.E (Digital Electronics), BE (ETC) 12 yrs. 22
11. Prof. G. P. Halde Asst. Professor Ph.D.(Submitted), M.Tech(VLSI), BE (ETC) 14 yrs. 14
12. Prof. S. I. Parihar Asst. Professor Ph.D.(Pursuing), M.Tech(VLSI) , BE(EN) 14 yrs. 22
13. Prof. A. V. Warhade Asst. Professor M.Tech (Electronics Communication), B.Tech (EN) 08 yrs. 10
List of Lab Assistant

     1.   Mr. D. L. Kawadkar
     2.   Mr. Abhay Thakre


     1.   Mrs. Sangeeta Moon


Lab Details
Sr.No. Labs Practical Courses Conducted Equipments Lab In-charge
1. Electronics Workshop Laboratory Electronics Workshop, Microprocessor and Microcontroller Analog & Digital IC Tester
PCB Manufacturing Unit
Multisim Education version-8,
Spice Simulation software CD.2 Manual 1
Orcad Pspice, Orcad Layout Plus
Prof. D. A. Kapgate
2. Electronics Devices & Circuit. Electronics Devices & Circuit, 20 MHz Dual Trace CRO,20 Mhz Function Generator Prof. S. S. Wasnik
3. Computer Laboratory C, OOPS, Software Workshop CPU Intel DC 2.8 Ghz
HDD Hitachi SATA 320GB
Longitech Keyboard & Mouse
Monitor BENQ 17 SQ TFT
Prof. V. V. Dabhade
4. Communication Electronics LaboratoryTelevision & Video Engineering Laboratory Communication Engineering , Television Engineering, Digital communication Digital Storage Oscilloscope (200 MHZ) - 2
Spectrum Analyser (150 HZ-3GHZ) - 2
Logic Analyser
CDMA Trainer
Satellite Communication Trainer
Prof. V. B. Bagde
5. Digital Circuits and Microprocessor Laboratory Digital Circuits and Fundamentals of Microprocesso 1) Digital Trainer,
2) Digital IC Tester
3) NVIS Digital circuits kits-Logic gates, CMOS-TTL characteristics,Parallel adder-substractor, Flip-flops, Arithmetic Logic Unit Trainer, BCD Adder-substractor trainer, SOP-POS implementation trainer
Prof. G. P. Halde
Microprocessor and Microcontrollers 1) 8086 Microprocessorand 8051 Microcontroller trainer with Application Boards AD-DAII, AD-DA-III, Traffic light controller,Stepper motor Interface Card,Temperature controller
2) 20 Mhz Dual Trace CRO
Microprocessor & Interfacing 1) 8085 Microprocessor Trainer kits with application boards AD-DA-II
2) 25MHz Logic Scope
6. Analog Circuits Design / UHF & Microwave Engineering Laboratory Analog Circuits Designs, Microwave and Radar Engineering SICO UHF Workbench
Levis UHF Workbench
60 MHz Dual Trace CRO
3 MHz Function Generator
Prof. A. C. Kailuke
7. Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing, DSP Processor and It’s Architecture DSP Starter Kit for 6713 with code composer studio, TEXAS Part No.: TMDSDK6713 & amp; DSP Starter Kit Texas Part No.: TMDSDK5416 Prof. A. D. Bijwe
8. Research Laboratory Research Programs,Advance Digital System Design,Computer Communication Network Data communication trainer
Link E Fiber Optics Trainer kit
Optical Fiber Communication Principal Experimental Kit
Prof. S. I. Parihar
9. Innovation Laboratory/Digital Image Processing Laboratory Beyond Syllabus Advance Image Processing Lab Setup (EDAS/Wavelet/Analog Device)
Video Camera – Sony make
Digital Camera – Nikon make
DVD Player – Sony make
Colour Printer – EPSON make
LCD Projector – EPSON make
Host Machine Intel i5 based CPU
Frame Grabber Card (inside the host machine)
Prof. A. V. Warhade

Placement, Higher Studies & Entrepreneurship

University Toppers

Employment Opportunities

Electronics and Communication cover vast areas in the field of engineering.

     1.  Core Industries like Embedded, VLSI etc
     2.  Software Industries, some of them are Reliance, Nokia, Tata, LG, Wipro, Infosys, TCS, etc.
     3.  Central government departments like Defence, Railways, All India Radio, Airport Authority of India, Post and Telegraph, Indian Engineering Services, etc.
     4.  Public sector firms like
              Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
              Bharat Electronics Limited
              Bharat Electricals Limited
              Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd
              Steel Authority of India Limited
              Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited
              Indian Space Research Organisation
              Indian Oil Corporation


     1.  9 Well equiped labs.
     2.  MODROBs grants.
     3.  Regular conduction of workshops, STTP, Industrial visits.
     4.  Student participation in NIT's and IIT's.
     5.  NIRMITI (National level paper/ project competition)
     6.  Knowledge data bank
     7.  Parent-Teacher Meets

MODROB Grants sanctioned from AICTE in the session 2012-13

     A)  "Advanced Digital Communication" worth 12,35,000/-
     B)  "Image Mosaicing and Video Signal Compression for Efficient Bandwidth Utilization" worth 12,40,000/-

Professional Societies / Bodies


SPACE Coordinator  :  Prof. V. V. Dabhade

The Student Progressive Association of Communication Engineering (SPACE) is departmental professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics & Communication founded in Priyadarshini Institute of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur. The SPACE provides leadership in Scientific and Technical areas of direct importance to the development of student’s hidden skill. The objectives of SPACE focus on advancing electro-technology. The SPACE conducts and technical meetings, conferences, symposia, and exhibitions in college for students, publishes technical journals and provides continuing education as well as career advancement opportunities to its members.

Objectives of SPACE  :

1.    To plan and organize technical programmes and activities, such as, special lectures, workshops, seminars, symposia, exhibitions etc for the benefit of student members on a regular basis.
2.   To provide a common platform for the student members to exchange ideas and information on the topics of their interest e.g. curriculum, employment / higher educational opportunities, emerging trends, new development etc.
3.   To facilitate technical visits / practical training / project work / employment, of the student members in R&D laboratories, industries, academic institutions etc.
4.   To encourage team work and the spirit of self-reliance among the student members.
5.   To serve as a focal point at the institution on all aspects of professional development of the student members.


IEEE-PIET Coordinator  :  Prof. G. P. Halde

IEEE is an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is a non profit making organization dedicated to advancing technology for benefit of humamity. IEEE has a worlswide network through its geographical regions, Sections and subsections. There are total 10 regions of operation, out of which Asia -Pacific region is a large geographic region having around 90 sections, subsections and councils. IEEE tries to serve for technology advancing through its various societies and chapters.
IEEE student branch is a small functional unit of the main organization and can be formed at any educational institute to serve IEEE student members. IEEE student branch at our college was established in december 2011 and catering its services to Electronics & Communication engg, Computer science engineering, Information Technology, Electrical Engineering as allied branches.IEEE student branch gives a annual student membership at $27 and annual professional membership at $81. IEEE student branch functions through the core committee comprising of IEEE student members formed every year. The branch has so far conducted workshops on basic and advanced robotics, Ethical Hacking , FPGA based system design. Also we had a robotics workshop as a prelim round for techfest at IIT Bombay.The branch has taken initiative to organise various Bombay section actitvities like SKEP and DL.IEEE cell also has deputed our students and faculty members for Branch Counselor and Branch Chair meet at S.B.Jain Institute of Technology, Nagpur.

Objectives of IEEE  :

1.   Create more student membership benefits at all IEEE levels.
2.   Develop student activities (including contests, awards and promotion programs) and encourage students to participate in these activities and represent themselves in the global copetition.
3.   Foster Student Members’ awareness of IEEE activities and existing benefits.
4.   Represent student interests and voice student concerns. Help with communication between existing Branches, Chapters, and Affinity Groups.
5.   Increase student membership and develop retention strategies

Tasks Done  :

1.    Guest lecture series SKEP by IEEE Bombay section
2.   Distinguish lectures by Dr. Monai Krairiksh, Bangkok
3.   Workshop on Advance Robotics by Pawankumar Suryawanshi, Paris
4.   Robozest by Robospecies Technology, New Delhi for IIT Techfest
5.   Every year NCOAT Nirmiti is conducted under the banner of IEEE student branch.

Similarly many workshops, departmental competitions, guest lectures conducted under branch activity.

Commitee Members  :

Prof. G. P. Halde
IEEE-PIET Coordinator

Student Admin Committee (Core Committee) : 2018-2019

Sr.No. Name of Student Department Post Contact No.
1. Ms. Sayali Pandit ECE Branch Chair 8830943277
2. Mr. Gaurav Khotpal ECE Organizing Secretary 8149643828
3. Mr. Vivek Rahangdale ECE Students Activities Chair 8483945687, 7517844814

IETE (Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers)

IETE-PIET Coordinator  :  Prof. S.I.Parihar

The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India's leading recognised professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT. Founded in 1953. The IETE is the National Apex Professional body of Electronics and Telecommunication, Computer Science and IT Professionals. It serves more than 1, 25,000 members (including Corporate, Student and ISF members) through various 64 Centres, spread all over India and abroad. The Institution provides leadership in Scientific and Technical areas of direct importance to the national development and economy. Government of India has recognised IETE as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) and also notified as an educational Institution of national eminence. The objectives of IETE focus on advancing electro-technology. The IETE conducts and sponsors technical meetings, conferences, symposia, and exhibitions all over India, publishes technical journals and provides continuing education as well as career advancement opportunities to its members.
The IETE focuses on advancement of the Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication, Computers, Information Technology and related areas. Towards this end the Institution promotes and conducts basic engineering and continuing technical education programmers for human resource development.

Objectives of IETE Student Forum  :

1.    Improving standard of Engineering Education
2.   Counseling the students in the emerging new opportunities
3.   Encouraging and motivating the outside Class room studies /Work shops/projects/Seminars
4.   Increasing the student base and Corporate membership of IETE

Tasks Done  :

1.   The IETE Nagpur Centre organized a quiz competition on Communication and Space Technology for ISF members as well as for other diploma colleges & Engg colleges in 2016.
2.   ISF at PIET, Nagpur, conducted a E-Blast 2016-17 intra college bread board competition, paper presentation, debate, and quiz competition for ECE students.
3.   The IETE Nagpur Centre organized a quiz competition on Internet of Things (IOT) for ISF members as well as for other diploma colleges & Engg colleges in 2015.
4.   ISF at PIET, Nagpur, conducted a E-Blast 2015-16 intra college bread board competition, paper presentation, debate, and quiz competition for ECE students.
5.   ISF at PIET, Nagpur conducted a three day workshop on Microcontroller Based Project Development workshop for Diploma students during Jan 29-31, 2014.
6.   The IETE Nagpur center organized a seminar on Career Prospectus beyond Engineering at Krishna, Level 3 seminar Hall, behind IT Park, Nagpur.
7.   The ISF organized 3 days hands on workshop on Digital VLSI Design Using FPGA on Sep 1st to 3rd, 2014 with the speakers: Mr. Raj Vardhan, Director, JDM Design Technology Nagpur.

IETE Commitee Members  :

Prof. S.I.Parihar
IETE-PIET Coordinator

Sr.No. Name of Student Department Post Contact No.
1. Ms. Babli Sahu ECE President 9960227018
2. Ms. Prachi Modak ECE Vice- President 8237440152
3. Mr. Saurav Pandey ECE Core Committee 9123125559
4. Ms.Bhagyashree Khandate ECE Core Committee 9518733759

National Service Scheme (NSS)

  :  Prof. R.V. Bobate,    NSS Program Officer, NSS Unit,   PIET, Nagpur

National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of Priyadarshini Institute of Engg & Technology , installed in session 2010-11 with the capacity of 50 students ,Now it is upgraded with the capacity of 200 students , affiliated with NSS , Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University , Nagpur. The overall aim of National Service Scheme as envisaged earlier, is to give an extension dimension to the higher education system and orient the student youth to community service while they are studying in educational institution. The reason for the formulation of this objective is the general realization that the college level students have a tendency to get alienated from the village/slum masses which constitute the majority of the population of the country. The educated youth who are expected to take the reins of administration in future are found to be unaware of the problems of the village/slum community and in certain cases are indifferent towards their needs and problems. Therefore it is necessary to arouse the social conscience of the students, and to provide them an opportunity to work with the people in the villages and slums. It is felt that their interaction with the common villagers and slum dwellers will expose them to the realities of life and bring about a change in their social perception.

Objectives of NSS  :

The broad objectives of NSS are to  :

1.     Understand the community in which they work.
2.    Understand themselves in relation to their community.
3.    Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process.
4.    Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
5.    Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems.
6.    Develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities.
7.    Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
8.    Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
9.    Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters.

Tasks Done  :

1.    Awareness camp on MEMS
2.   Blood Donation Camp
3.   Celebration of Azadi 70
4.   Distribution of Food to Orphanage
5.   Donation of Food Grains
6.   E- Seva camp
7.   Founders day Celebration
8.   Green day Celebration
9.   Guest lecture on Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj and his contribution towards society
10.   Happiness program by Art of Living foundation
11.   Tree Plantation
12.   Vyasan Mukti Abhiyan
13.   Happy Street Camp
14.   Rasta Suraksha Abhiyan

Commitee Members  :

Sr.No. Name of Faculty Department Contact No.
1. Prof. R. V. Bobate, NSS Program Officer, NSS Unit, PIET, Nagpur E & C Engg. 8421354607
2. Prof. M. V. Shivramwar Chemical Engg. --
3. Prof. K. D. Bodhe Computer Sci. & Engg. 9421843255
4. Dr. P. Patil BioTechnoloy ---
5. Prof. S. A. Welekar Mechanical Engg. --
6. Prof. U. G. Tatte Electrical Engg. 9860239292


Mrs. V. B. Bagde,
Nodal Co-ordinator, Virtual Labs Nodal Center, PIET, Nagpur.

Introduction  :

Good lab facilities and updated lab experiments are critical for any engineering college. Physical distances and the lack of resources often make it difficult to perform experiments, especially when they involve sophisticated instruments. Also, good teachers are always a scarce resource. The ‘Virtual Labs’ project addresses this issue of lack of good lab facilities, as well as trained teachers, by making remote experimentation possible. With the present day internet and computer technologies, these limitations no longer hamper students and researchers in enhancing their skills and knowledge. Also, in a country such as ours, costly instruments and equipment need to be shared with fellow researchers to the extent possible. Yet another objective is to arouse the curiosity of the students and permit them to learn at their own pace. This facilitates the absorption of basic and advanced concepts throughremote experimentation. Internet based experimentation further permits use of resources – knowledge, software, and data available on the web, apart from encouraging skilful experiments being simultaneously performed at points separated in space.

Objectives of the Virtual Labs  :

To provide remote-access to Labs in various disciplines of Science and Engineering. These Virtual Labs would cater to students at the undergraduate level, post graduate level as well as to research scholars.
To enthuse students to conduct experiments by arousing their curiosity. This would help them in learning basic and advanced concepts through remote experimentation.
To provide a complete Learning Management System around the Virtual Labs where the students can avail the various tools for learning, including additional web-resources, video-lectures, animated demonstrations and self evaluation.
To share costly equipment and resources, which are otherwise available to limited number of users due to constraints on time and geographical distance.

Task Done  :

1.    Total 75 workshops conducted for Students on Virtual Labs at PIET Nodal Center, in collaboration with IIT Bombay, an MHRD Govt. Of India Initiative, under NMEICT (National Mission on Education through ICT).
2.   Around 2000 Students have been trained and 10000 Experiments has been conducted at PIET, Virtual Labs Nodal Center.
3.   3 outreach workshops for the Faculty Members from PR Pote Patil College of Engg. & Management, Amravati, SGSS, Shegaon, DBACER, Nagpur, GHRAET, Nagpur has been conducted successfull.

Commitee Members  :

Sr.No. Name of Faculty Department Contact No.
1. Prof. Mrs.V.B.Bagde,
Coordinator : Virtual Labs Nodal Center, PIET, Nagpur
Electronics and Communication Engg. 9158988732
2. Prof.Mrs.A.Potnurwar Information Technology 9850898662
3. Prof.Ms.H.Sarvaiya Electrical Engineering 7798545734
4. Prof.Mrs.S.S.Wasnik Electronics and Communication Engg. 9881713178
5. Prof. Uma Thakur Comp.Science & Engineering -
6. Prof.P.Bajpai Mechanical Engineering 8308848475
7. Prof. A.Chahande Bio-Technology -
8. Prof.Payal Baitule Chemical Engineering
9. Prof.Ketan Bodhe Computer Technology
10. Prof. Mrs.S.Sawde Applied Physics 9049996105
11. Prof.Ms.S.Ramnath Applied Chemistry -
12. Prof.M.Barahate Humanity -



3rd & 4th Semester


5th & 6th Semester


7th & 8th Semester


Sr.No. Name of Alumni Year Company Designation Location Contact No. Package
1. Bibin Gokuldas 2006 Infosys Ltd Lead Consultant Munich, Germany +49 152 366 93671 80,000 Euro p.a.
2. Rashmi Akolia 2010 Tech. Mahindra Account Manager Manchester, UK +44 7440245432
+91 9766773443
35,000 GBP p.a.
3. Vineeth Pillai 2011 Tolaram Group Branch Head, Central Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria +234-8152994111 50 Lakhs
4. Arpit agrawal 2009 Infocepts Sr. Consultant Singapore +65-97820963
45 lacs
5. Sandeep Ramesh Sonaskar 2006 V S Informatics Pvt Ltd Director Nagpur 9689237750 25-30 lac
6. Sandeep Ramesh Gujar 2008 MPHASIS SR. TEST ENGINEER Pune +91 9860161690 9.5 Lac
7. Pratik Chaturvedi 2011 Infosys Ltd. System Engineer Mysore 9740305544 6 lacs
8. Ashish Agrawal 2007 BSNL nagpur JE Nagpur 8600181823 4.8 lac
9. Kanika Sharma 2010 IBM Delhi 9663521063 4.2 lac
10. Shivshankar Chandankhede 2013 L&T infotech A-1-1 Mumbai 9819180288 3.45 lac


Two days guest lecture series as IEEE & IETE student forum activity on 30/8/19 & 31/8/19


Lecture on recent trends in android application development by Mr.Ashish Pipare Cyberathon nagpur conducted on 30/8/19.


Lecture on Recent trends in ICT Mr. Deepak Dhote, IT networZ nagpur conducted on 31/8/19.


Hands on Session on Network Devices & planning by Mr. Prabhudatta Sanyal IT NetworkZ Nagpur conducted on 31/8/19.


Online Quize Competition on Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Organised by IETE Nagpur Section conducted by PIET on 4/9/18.

Industry Institute Interaction (III) Meet

Inauguration of Student Forum SPACE


one day motivational speech on Electronics Era for budding Engineers under SPACE student forum for EC by Dr. Himanshu Monya Principal Jan Nayak Divilal Vidyapith Sirsa Gautama is Conducted on 2/9/18.


Two days LED Manufacturing workshop conducted by Mr. Sandeep Sonaskar on


Industrial Visit at High Tech Resistor Pvt Ltd Nagpur by EC dept

MoU 2018
Industry Institute Interaction (III Meet)
SPACE Forum Installation & Wall Magazine inaugration ECE Engg
Industrial Visit at MY FM Nagpur
Teacher Parents Meet 2017
Guest Lecture by Mr.Raj Vardhan Singh and Mr.Amol Gurjar under Higher Studies
Teachers Day Celebration and KC Inaugration
Alumini Meet Nagpur
Higher Education Programme By Krishna Consultancy
 STTP on Research Issues and Challenges for Implementation of 5G in India
Awareness on COE By Dr.Ashwin Kothari ,IEEE
Industrial Tour Delhi-Shimla-Manali