Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)

Department MOU'S

 
S.No Name of the Industry MOU Date Benefits

1

CISCO Networking Academy company logo

18/11/2020

Establishment of IoT lab in the College Premises

2

Indian Space Research Organization

01/10/2020

Online Courses on Satellite Related Technologies

3

IIT Bombay, Spoken Tutorial

14/07/2020

To train Students on Basic Computer Skills, Software, and Core Areas of ECE

4

BSNL, Hyderabad company Logo

12/03/2020

To Conduct Telecomm Technical Programs for Students

5

CITD  CITD Recruitment 2020 - Apply for 10 Stipendiary Trainee Posts!

08/06/2014

Skill Enhancement

6

Nano Scientific Research Center Pvt. Ltd, Hyderabad      Nano Scientific Research Centre | LinkedIn

01/02/2020

To Conduct Workshops, Projects for Students

7

PanTech ProEd Pvt.Ltd, Hyderabad

03/12/2019

To Provide Internships, and Guidance in doing projects for Students, Conduct Seminars on recent developments

8

PGP Electronics

11/08/2018

To Provide Industry Visits, Expert Lectures, and In-plant Training during Summer Vacation

9

Brian O Vision   

0508/2020

To Conduct Workshops, Guest Lectures and Consultancy Work

10

Silicon Research Labs Pvt. Ltd

14/12/2017

Organizing Seminars, Workshops, Refresher Courses for Students

11

SPNS Technologies Pvt. Ltd

07/08/2018

Providing Internships for Students and conducting Seminars, Workshops

12

Mech Pro Technologies

18/07/2019

Consultancy Work, Training Students and Staff

13

Triad Techno services

15/09/2018

Conducting Advance Level Courses, Guest Lectures

14

Vision Krest Embedded Technologies Pvt. Ltd    

12/02/2018

Providing Internships for the Students, and Conducting Workshops

15

InEntirety Innovations

InEntirety Innovations in Ameerpet, Hyderabad - Justdial

12/04/2018

Training Students and Staff

16

YVM Technologies

21/09/2019

To Provide Internships, FDP’s

17

TASK  company logo

10/06/2014

Oracle Training, CRT Training, Skill Enhancement

18

CYIENT company logo

04/12/2017

Training Students

19

ZON Innovative IT Solutions Pvt Ltd. company logo

16/10/2017

Campus Recruitment Training

20

Pyramid    Overseas Education Consultants Ahmedabad | Pyramid Consultants

24/07/2017

Campus Recruitment Training

21

Prometric company logo

20/02/2017

Campus Recruitment Training

22

Aspiring Minds

18/08/2018

Skill Assessment Program

23

Manya Princeton review

18/11/2019

Guidance on University Selection and Application Process

24

MSKools 

08/08/2019

Guidance on University Selection and Application Process

25

Manhattan Review 

10/11/2019

Guidance on University Selection and Application Process

26

CSC  company logo

15/07/2016

Campus Recruitment Training

27

Talentio   company logo

17/03/2016

Training Students

28

Tech Mahindra company logo

15/04/2015

Training Students

29

Valmiki   company logo

03/04/2015

Guidance on University Selection and Application Process

30

COGIN   company logo

10/07/2014

Training Students

31

Education Matters  

04/11/2019

Guidance on University Selection and Application Process

32

SOS     SOS Group of Companies | LinkedIn

19/07/2015

Training Students

Industrial Visits

 

ECE Department of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College always strives to provide an Exposure to their Students on latest developments in the field of Science & Technology With the continuous encouragement from the Management and time to time Guidance from the Principal of institution.

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Virtual industrial visit to Tata tele business services on 8/1/2021

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Industrial visit to Central Institute of Tool Design (CITD) on 09/09/2019 & 10/09/2019

 
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Industrial visit to Central Institute of Tool Design (CITD) on 21/8/2019 & 22/8/2019

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Industrial visit to Regional telecom training Centre (BSNL) on 26/07/2018 &27/07/2018

Academic year: 2020-2021
S.NO Activity Industry class No of students visited
1 24/2/2020 Regional telecom training Centre (BSNL) II-II 205
2 8/1/2021 Tata tele business services(Online) III & IV 300
Academic year: 2019-2020
S.NO Activity Industry class No of students visited
1 09/09/2019 & 10/09/2019 Central Institute of Tool Design (CITD) III-1st sem 240
2 21/8/2019 & 22/8/2019 Central Institute of Tool Design (CITD) IV-1st sem 175
3 30/1/2020 & 31/1/2020 Regional telecom training Centre (BSNL) III-2nd sem 240
4 5/2/2020 & 6/2/2020 Regional telecom training Centre (BSNL) IV-2nd sem 186
Academic year: 2018-2019
S.NO Activity Industry class No of students visited
1 26/07/2018 &27/07/2018 Regional telecom training Centre (BSNL) III-1st sem 187
2 02/8/2018 & 03/8/2018 Regional telecom training Centre (BSNL) IV-1st sem 156
3 28/12/2018 & 29/12/2018 Electronics corporation of India limited(ECIL) III-2nd sem 180
4 20/01/2019 & 21/01/2019 Electronics corporation of India limited(ECIL) IV-2nd sem 145

Department Academic Calendar

 
CAY (2020-2021)

I SEMESTER

S.NO Activity Date
1
FDP- Cyber security
4-May-2020
2
Faculty Webinar - IOT(IEEE)
4-June-2020
3
Faculty Webinar -Robotic Process Automation
9-June-2020
4
Faculty workshop -Angular JS
26-June-2020
5
FDP-61 st  Out Reach Programme(IIRS-ISRO)
29-June-2020 to 3-July-2020
6
FDP-60  th   Out Reach Programme(IIRS-ISRO )
13-July-2020 to 24-July-2020
7
FDP-62 nd  Out Reach Programme(IIRS-ISRO )
27-July-2020 to 31-July-2020
8
FDP-6 5   th   Out Reach Programme(IIRS-ISRO )
17-Aug-2020 to 11-Sep-2020
10
FDP- Arduino
4-Aug-2020 to10-Aug-2020
11
FDP- Recent trends in E&C for Research
12-Aug-2020 to18-Aug-2020
12
Commencement of Class work for II , III & IV year
1-Sep-2020
13
Industry Interaction -student workshop  on  Python (IIT  
Bombay)
27-July-20 to 31-July-20
14
Industry Interaction -student workshop  on Micro controllers  
Applications
10- Sep -20 to11- Sep -20
15
Industry Interaction -student workshop  on Digital Design
13-Aug-20 to 14-Aug-20
16
Industry Interaction -student workshop  on PCB Design
20-Oct-20 to 21-Oct-20
17
Dusshera holidays
19-Oct-2020to 24-Oct-2020
18
I st   Mid-Sem Examination
21-Dec-2020 to 28-Dec-2020
19
Submission  o f I Mid marks on or before to University
4-Jan-2021
20
Industry Interaction -student workshop
20- Jan -21 to 21- Jan -21
21
Practical classes
22- Feb- 2021 27 -Feb- 202 1
22
Preparation Holidays and Practical Examinations
01 -Mar- 2021 06 - Mar- 2021
23
II Mid Term Examination
15- Feb -2020 to20- Feb -2020
24
Submission  o f II Mid marks on or before to University
6- Mar -2021
25
End Semester & Supplementary Examination   (II sem of II  
& III years)
08- Mar- 2021  to 20- Mar- 2021
 
CAY (2020-2021)

II SEMESTER

S.NO Activity Date
1
Commencement of Class work for II , III & IV year
22 -Mar- 2021
2
Faculty Meeting-1
19-Mar-21
3
1st Spell of Instructions
22 -Mar- 2021  to  15 -May- 2021
4
Summer Vacation
17 -May- 2021 29 -May- 2021
5
First Mid Term Examinations
31 -May- 2021 05 -June- 2021
6
Submission of First Mid Term Exam Marks to the  
University on or before
11 -June- 2021
7
2nd Spell of Instructions
07 -June- 2021 31 -July- 2021
8
Second Mid Term Examinations
02 -Aug- 2021 07 -Aug- 2021
9
Preparation Holidays and Practical Examinations
  9-Aug-2021 to14-Aug-2021
10
Submission of Second Mid Term Exam Marks to the  
University on or before
14 -Aug- 2021
11
End Semester Examinations
16-Aug-2021 28-Aug-2021
 
CAY-m1 (2019-2020)

I SEMESTER

S.NO Activity Date

1

Commencement of Class work for II,III & IV year

15-July-2019

2

Faculty Meeting-1

10-July-2019

3

Industry Interaction -student workshop on 5G

13-Aug-2019 to14-Aug-2019

4

Independence Day

15-Aug-2019

5

Industry Interaction -student workshop on PCB Design

5-Sep-2019 to 6-Sep-2019

6

Teacher's Day

5-Sep-2019

7

Industry Interaction -student workshop on Machine Learning

9-Sep-2019 to 10-Sep-2019

8

I Mid-Sem Examination

12-Sep-2019 to14-Sep-2019

9

Submission of I Mid marks on or before to University

20-Sep-2019

10

Industry Interaction -Students workshop on Microcontroller Interfacing

19-Oct-2019

11

Dusshera Recess

7-Oct-2019 to 19-Oct-2019

12

Industry Interaction -Student workshop on  Channel Coding

22-Oct-2019 to23-Oct-2019

13

Parent-Teacher Meeting

21-Sep-2019

14

Last date of Instruction

20-Nov-2019

15

II Mid Term Examination

21-Nov-2019 to 23-Nov-2019

16

Preparation Holiday and Practical Examination

25-Nov-2019 to 30-Nov-2019

17

Submission of II Mid marks on or before to University

30-Nov-2019

18

Industry Interaction -students workshop

17-Dec-2019 to 18-Dec-2019

19

End Semester & Supplementary Examination (II sem of I,,II & III years)

2-Dec-2019 to 14-Dec-2019

 
CAY-m1 (2019-2020)

II SEMESTER

S.NO Activity Date

1

Commencement of Class work for II,III & IV year

16-Dec-2019

2

Faculty Meeting-1

11-Dec-2019

3

Industry Interaction -Student workshop on Android Multi Screen Applications

17-Dec-2019 to 18-Dec-2020

5

Republic Day

26-Jan-2020

6

Industry Interaction -Student workshop on Image Processing

27-Jan-2020 to 28-Jan-2020

7

I st Mid-Sem Examination

10-Feb-2020 to 12-Feb-2020

8

Industry Interaction -Student workshop on RF Amplifier Design

12-Feb-2020

9

Submission of I Mid marks on or before to University

19-Feb-2020

10

Parent-Teacher Meeting

14-March-2020

11

Last date of Instruction

7-April-2020

12

II Mid Term Examination

6-Oct-2020 to 31-Oct-2020

13

Submission of II Mid marks on or before to University

2-Nov-2020 to 5-Nov-2020

14

End Semester & Supplementary Examination (II sem of II & III years)

12-Nov-2020 to 2-Dec-2020

 
CAY-m2 (2018-2019)

I SEMESTER

S.NO Activity Date

1

Faculty Meeting-1

3-July-2018

2

Commencement of Class work for II,III & IV year

9-July-2018

3

Independence Day

15-Aug-2018

4

I Mid-Sem Examination

4-Sep-2018 to 6-Sep-2018

5

Submission Of I Mid marks on or before to University

15-Sep-2018

6

Parent-Teacher Meeting

13-Oct-2018

7

Dusshera Recess

15-Oct-2018 to20-Oct-2018

8

Last date of Instruction

10-Nov-2018

9

II Mid Term Examination

12-Nov-2018 to 14-Nov-2018

10

Preparation Holiday and Practical Examination

15-Nov-2018 to 24-Nov-2018

11

Submission Of II Mid marks on or before to University

24-Nov-2018

12

End Semester & Supplementary Examination(II sem of II,III & IV years)

26-Nov-2018 to 8-Dec-2018

13

Summer Vacation

10-Dec-2018 to 15-Dec-2018

 
CAY-m2 (2018-2019)

II SEMESTER

S.NO Activity Date

1

Faculty Meeting-1

17-Dec-2018

2

Commencement of Class work for II,III & IV year

31-Dec-2018

3

Faculty Development Programme-OBE

7-Jan-2019 to 12-Jan-2019

4

Industry interaction -Student workshop on Secure Communication

17-Jan-2019 to 19-Jan-2019

5

Industry interaction -Student workshop on PCB Design

10-Jan-2019 to 11-Jan-2019

6

Republic Day

26-Jan-2019

7

Industry interaction -Student workshop on Mobile Computing

13-Feb-19 to 15-Feb-19

8

Faculty Meeting-2

16-Feb-19

9

Guest Lecture

19-Feb-19

10

I Mid-Sem Examination

15-Feb-2019

11

Closing of attendance slot

20-Feb-2019

12

Submission Of I Mid marks on or before to University

9-Mar-2019

13

Industry interaction -student workshop on FPGA Implementation

14-Mar-2019 to15- Mar -2019

14

Parent-Teacher Meeting

16-Mar-2019

15

Industry interaction -student work shop on LM55 timer

20- Mar -2019 to22- Mar -2019

16

Closing of attendance slot

31-Mar-2019

17

Syllabus coverage and Closing of attendance slot

13-April-2019

18

Last date of Instruction

15-Apr-2019 to 17-Apr-2019

19

II Mid Term Examination

18-Apr-2019 to 27-Apr-2019

20

Preparation Holiday and Practical Examination

25-Apr-2019

21

Submission Of II Mid marks on or before to University

30-Apr-2019

22

End Semester & Supplementary Examination(II sem of I,II & III years)

29-Apr-2019 to 11-May-2019

23

Summer Vacation

13-May-2019 to 6-July-2019

Department of ECE, Sridevi Women’s Engineering College identified Curriculum Gaps and Learning Gaps among students. To fill these gaps, department collaborated with industry to enhance the student’s technical knowledge by doing internship projects. An internship is the phase of time for students when they are trained for their skill, they are good at and it gives them a chance to apply their knowledge practically in industries.

Internship Activities Offered in the Department:

SWEC, ECE department successfully concluded its internship process for the students. More than 20 companies made internship offers to the students, Major Companies include BHEL, BSNL, ECIL, ONGC, ODF, BDL etc. The internships are carried out by our students in the major areas of AI Technology, Cyber security, Mobile Technology, Signal Processing etc.

  Click here for the Summery of Internship Activities during Academic Year 2020-2021

  Click here for the Summery of Internship Activities during Academic Year 2019-2020

  Click here for the Summery of Internship Activities during Academic Year 2018-2019

Laboratories

The laboratories in department of Electronics and Communication Engineering are intended to give practical experience to the students. Laboratories are useful for students to implement the theory in practical aspects and helps student to apply their knowledge of theory for various courses of their course outcomes.

ECE is equipped with hardware & software labs, that have superior quality and sophisticated equipment and trainer kits that allows students to design, implement and think beyond horizon.

ECE finds its application both in hardware and software these days. Most of the experiments are conducted using both hardware and software tools. All the laboratories are equipped with variety of software tools which are necessity of today’s industrial requirement. The department has its own computer laboratory.

The following laboratories are established and are well equipped as per the curriculum requirements.

 

Electronics Devices and Circuit Lab & Analog Electronics Lab

This lab mainly focuses on semiconductor device physics. The students get familiarized with the analysis and design of circuits by using semiconductor devices like diodes, transistors, FETs, SCRs, and UJTs.

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Microwave Engineering Lab

The laboratory is designed to get the exposure to various microwave components, microwave benches in this lab. This laboratory helps the students understand the basics of Microwave engineering and gives a detailed description of the working principle of microwave components.

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Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab

The microprocessor and microcontrollers lab helps the students to gain a better understanding of 8086 microprocessors and 8051 Microcontrollers. Students are able to execute basic assembly language programs as well as interface ADC, DAC and stepper motor through various interface cards available in the lab.

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Digata IC Apllications Lab

In this Digita IC Apllications lab students can learn about basic digital logic circuits like Multiplexers, Priority encoders, Adders and Subtractors, Counters, Comparators,Code Converters etc.,

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Basic Simulation Lab

Understanding of frequency and time domain analysis of linear dynamic systems and corresponding signals, finding the response of continuous- and discrete-time linear systems via simulation using MATLAB

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Digital Signal Processing Lab

The Digital Signal Processing Lab is based on MATLAB tools which are used to evaluate the effectiveness of Fast Fourier Transform algorithms in Discrete Fourier Transform implementation. We can also do the analysis of digital filter design of Finite Impulse Response and Infinite Impulse Response filters.

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Analog Communication Lab

This laboratory provides a platform to the students to understand the basics of analog communication systems, modulation techniques, data transmission, multiplexing.

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Digital Communication Lab

In this lab, the students are intended to learn the techniques that are involved digital communication systems like phase shift keying, frequency shift keying, etc. and to provide hands-on experience with the components and sub-systems of digital communications.

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Pulse and Digital Circuits Lab

In this lab, the students are emphasized to design and analyse the pulse digital circuits and are supposed to co-relate it theoretically. The students learn to obtain different parameters in the circuits.

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Linear IC Applications Lab

The Laboratory consists of about 25 Experimental trainer kits on linear IC Applications. Apart from this, the lab has an IC tester, Bread Board trainer kits, 20MHz CRO's and Function Generators. The lab caters to the needs of all branches of the institution.

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Lab Configuration

 

Processor Arm 11 with 1000 MHZ
RAM 512 MB
HARD DISK FLASH MEMORY
MONITOR 18.5”LED MONITORS
KEY BOARD OPTICAL SCROLL MOUSE
SOFTWARE INSTALLED OCTAVE, MATLAB,MULTISIM14.0
TOTAL COST OF LEDS 10,80,000
KEYBOARD AND MOUSES 7600
Lab Name Area (Sq. Mt) Equipment name Number of equipment Lab Incharge Incharge Name
Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Lab 160 ALS-SDA-86-MEL 8086 MICROPROCESSOR 26 Mr. Kiran Kokkonda Mr. Kiran Kokkonda
ALS-SDA-51-MEL MICROCONTROLLER TRAINER KIT 20
MICROPROCESSOR SIMULATION S/W 60
MICROCONTROLLER SIMULATION S/W 60
COMPUTERS (P-IV AND BETTER) 60
ALS-NIFC-12 LCD INTERFACE 4
ALS-NIFC-09 KEYBOARD INTERFACE 5
ALS-NIFC-22 8237 STUDY CARD -DMA CONTROLLER KIT 2
ALS-NIFC-27 ADC-INTERFACE 6
ALS-NIFC-27 DAC INTERFACE 6
ALS-NIFC-15 8255 STUDY CARD INTERFACE MODULE 2
ALS-NIFC-21 8251/8253 STUDY CARD INTERFACE MODULE 2
ALS-NIFC-01 STEPPER MOTOR WITH POWER SUPPLY 4
Pulse & Digital Circuits 160 Resistors,capacitors,BJTs,UJTs 1000 Mrs. M Vijaya Laxmi Mrs. M Vijaya Laxmi
Trainer kits for Multivibrator 6
Schmitt Trigger 2
Boot strap sweep circuit 2
Miller Sweep Circuit 2
Digital ICs for logic Gates 2
Pulse synchronization of an Astable circuit 2
Transistor current sweep circuit 2
Sampling Gates 2
Regulated power supplying 22
Function generators(0-1Mhz) 24
CRO’s(0-20Mhz) 24
Bread Boards 43
Multimeters 24
UJT Relaxation Oscillator 1
Comparison of Comparators 1
Linear Integrated Circuits & Application 160 Regulated Power Supply (0-30 V) 22 Mr. D Sudarshan Reddy Mr. D Sudarshan Reddy
Function Generator (0-1M Hz) 24
CRO(0-20 M HZ DUAL CHANNEL) 24
Multimeters 24
Generic IC Trainer Kits 15
IC 741,555,565,723 200
IC 7805,7809,7912 100
Microwave & Digital Communications 160 Function Generators (0-10MHZ) 4 Ms S Satya Sravani Ms S Satya Sravani
PCM modulator and demodulator kits 2
Differential Pulse modulator and demodulator kits 2
Delta modulator and demodulator kits 2
Digital Time division multiplexing modulator and demodulator kits 2
Frequency Shift Keying modulator and demodulator kits 2
Phase Shift Keying modulator and demodulator kits 2
Amplitude Shift Keying modulator and demodulator kits 2
PAM modulator & Demodulator kits 2
QAM modulator and demodulator kits 2
DPSK modulator and demodulator kits 2
QPSK modulator and demodulator kits 2
Klystron/ Gunn Diode based microwave bench setup including corresponding power supply 10
Gunn Diode based microwave bench setup including gunn power supply 2
Klystron based microwave bench setup including klystron power supply 8
Micro Ammeters (0-500μA) 10
VSWR Meters 10
Microwave components 48
a) Slotted Section 11
b) Magic T junction 3
c) Circulators 5
d) Directional Couplers for 2 directivities 4
e) Attenuators for 2 different attenuators 11
f) Matched Terminations 14
C.R.O.S (0-20MHZ) 20
Regulated Power Supplies(0-30v) 10
Function Generators (0-1MHZ min) 14
Digital Signal Processing 120 ACER Computer Systems 60 Mrs.V Naga Lakshmi Mrs.V Naga Lakshmi
CRO 18
funtion generatirs 10
Digital Signal Processing kits 15
Lab View 50
MATLAB 10
Basic Simulation 160 ACER Computer Systems 30 Mrs. P Sai Spandana Mrs. P Sai Spandana
Octave 30
Digital Integrated Circuits & Application 80 16x4 priority encoder using 8x3 priority encoder kit 1 Mr. K Ravindra Reddy Mr. K Ravindra Reddy
16 bit comparator using 4 bit comparator kit 1
Modulo N counter using decade counter kit 1
PSEUDO RANDOM SEQUENCE GENERATOR(4-BIT) RING COUNTER KIT 1
16:1 MUX USING 8:1 MUX KIT 1
ADDER/SUBTRACTOR DESIGN KITS 1
CODE CONVERTER 4-BIT GRAY TO BINARY AND BINARY TO GRAY CODE CONVERTER KIT 1
7 SEGMENT DISPLAY KIT 1
8 BIT UNIVERSAL SHIFT REGISTER USING 4 BIT REGISTER KIT 1
8 BIT RING COUNTER USING 4 BIT SHIFT REGISTER KIT 1
4 SYNCHRONOUS COUNTER KIT 1
4ASYNCHRONOUS COUNTER KIT 1
Electronic Devices and Circuits 160 REGULATED POWER SUPPLY 16 Ms B Rajeswari Ms B Rajeswari
MULTIMETER 19
VOLTMETER(0-50V) 19
VOLTMETER(0-100V) 12
AMMETER(0-10µA) 21
AMMETER(0-200µA) 19
CRO(0-20MHZ) 14
CRO(0-30MHZ) 10
FUNCTION GENERATOR(0-1MHZ) 20
DECADE RESISTANCE BOX 20
DECADE CAPACITANCE BOX 12
DECADE INDUCTANCE BOX 11
AMMETER(0-1mA) 22
AMMETER(0-10mA) 10
BREAD BOARDS 32
COMPONENTS 2000
FET CHARECTERISTICS KIT 2
CE AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CC AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CS FET AMPLIFIER KIT 4
SCR CHARECTERISTICS KIT 2
UJT CHARECTERISTICS KIT 2
CB AMPLIFIER KIT 2
RC COUPLED AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CURRENT AND VOLTAGE SHUNT FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CURRENT AND VOLTAGE SERIES FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CASCODE AMPLIFIER KIT 2
WEIN BRIDGE OSCILLATOR KIT 2
RC PHASE SHIFT OSCILLATOR KIT 1
CLASS B COMPLEMENTARY SYMMENTRY POWER AMPLIFIER 2
HARTLEY OSCILLATOR KIT 3
COLPITT’S OSCILLATOR KIT 3
CLASS A POWER AMPLIFIER KIT 2
TUNED RF AMPLIFIER KIT 2
LOGIC GATES USING IC VERSION KIT 1
MONOSTABLE MULTIVIBRATER KIT 1
ASTABLE MULTIVIBRATER KIT 1
BISTABLE MULTIVIBRATER KIT 1
SCHMITT TRIGGER KIT 1
Analog Communications 120 Amplitude modulation and demodulation 2 Mr. Sampath Kumar Mr. Sampath Kumar
Frequency modulation and demodulation 2
DSB SC modulation and demodulation 2
SSB SC modulation and demodulation 2
Time division multieplexing and demultilexing 2
Frequncy division multiplexing and demultiplexing 2
Verification of sampling Theorem 2
Pulse amplitude modulation and demodulation 2
Pulse width modulation and demodulation 2
Pulse position modulation and demodulation 2
Frequency Syntesizer 2
AGC Characteristics 2
PLL as FM Demodulator 2
Regulated Power Supply(0-30V) 11
CRO (0-20MHz) 12
Function Generators(0-1MHz) 12
Analog Electronics 160 REGULATED POWER SUPPLY 16 Mrs. K Mohanaleela Mrs. K Mohanaleela
MULTIMETER 19
VOLTMETER(0-50V) 19
VOLTMETER(0-100V) 12
AMMETER(0-10µA) 21
AMMETER(0-200µA) 19
CRO(0-30MHZ) 10
FUNCTION GENERATOR(0-1MHZ) 20
DECADE RESISTANCE BOX 20
DECADE CAPACITANCE BOX 12
DECADE INDUCTANCE BOX 11
AMMETER(0-1mA) 22
AMMETER(0-10mA) 10
BREAD BOARDS 32
COMPONENTS 2000
CE AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CS FET AMPLIFIER KIT 4
CB AMPLIFIER KIT 2
RC COUPLED AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CURRENT AND VOLTAGE SHUNT FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CURRENT AND VOLTAGE SERIES FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER KIT 2
CASCODE AMPLIFIER KIT 2
WEIN BRIDGE OSCILLATOR KIT 2
RC PHASE SHIFT OSCILLATOR KIT 1
CLASS B COMPLEMENTARY SYMMENTRY POWER AMPLIFIER 2
HARTLEY OSCILLATOR KIT 3
COLPITT’S OSCILLATOR KIT 3
CLASS A POWER AMPLIFIER KIT 2
TUNED RF AMPLIFIER KIT 2
Electronic Circuits
CE AMPLIFIER KIT 1 Mrs. K Lavanya Mrs. K Lavanya
CC AMPLIFIER KIT 1
CS FET AMPLIFIER KIT 1
RC COUPLED AMPLIFIER KIT 1
CURRENT AND VOLTAGE SHUNT FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER KIT 1
CURRENT AND VOLTAGE SERIES FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER KIT 1
WEIN BRIDGE OSCILLATOR KIT 1
RC PHASE SHIFT OSCILLATOR KIT 1
HARTLEY OSCILLATOR KIT 1
COLPITT’S OSCILLATOR KIT 1
LOGIC GATES USING IC VERSION KIT 1
MONOSTABLE MULTIVIBRATER KIT 1
ASTABLE MULTIVIBRATER KIT 1
BISTABLE MULTIVIBRATER KIT 1
FLIP FLOPS KIT 1
SCHMITT TRIGGER KIT 1

R and D Grants

 

R&D GRANTS ,ACADEMIC AS WELL AS SPONSOR

S.No

Name of the Project/ Endowments, Chairs

Name of the Principal Investigator/Co-investigator

Department of Principal Investigator

Year of Award

Amount Sanctioned

Duration of the project

Name of the Funding Agency

Type  (Government/non-Government)

1.

Real time implementation of advanced control algorithm(s) on a laboratory scale plant

Mr.K.Tulasi Ram Associate Professor

ECE

2018

2,85,000

On going

under collaborative Research scheme TEQIP-III

Government

2.

Rational Orthogonal Wavelet Theory Applied to Multipath Communication / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr B.L Malleswari Professor

ECE

2018

170000/-

2.1 years

KREST

Non Government

3.

Dynamic Adaptive Streaming for Multi-view Video Compression / Quality Circle Advanced

 R & D

Dr.V.Balaji          Professor

ECE

2018

150000/-

2 years

KREST

Non Government

4.

Dynamic Infrastructure supported D2D Communications / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar         Professor

ECE

2018

140000/-

2.4 years

KREST

Non Government

5.

Energy Management Strategies Optimisation / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr.Mohan Ram.K         Professor

ECE

2018

130000/-

1.8 years

KREST

Non Government

6.

Multiple motion control system of robotic car based on iot to produce cloud service

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar         Professor

ECE

2018

51,300/-

1 year

KREST

Non Government

7.

Network Traffic Control Service Plans  / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr.Inderjeeth Singh  Professor

ECE

2018

80,000

1.2 years

KREST

Non Government

8.

Molecular Information Carriers for Embedded Communications / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr B.L Malleswari               Professor

ECE

2018

90,000

1.4 years

KREST

Non Government

9.

Simulation of High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMT) / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar              Professor

ECE

2018

70,000

1.6 years

KREST

Non Government

10.

IOT based smart healthcare kit

Dr.B.K.Madhavi Professor

ECE

2017

50,760/-

1 year

KREST

Non Government

11.

Research on Maximum-Power-Point-Tracking (MPPT) Techniques / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Mr.K.Tulasiram                 Associate Professor

ECE

2017

50,000

1.9 years

KREST

Non Government

12.

Smart Crossing System Using IOT

Dr.V.R.S.Rajesh Kumar Professor

ECE

2017

55,080/

1 year

KREST

Non Government

13.

Printed Passive Components: Design / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr B.L Malleswari              Professor

ECE

2017

1,10,000

1.1 years

KREST

Non Government

14.

Enhanced Positioning assisted Resource Sharing / Quality Circle Advanced R&D

 Mr.Siva Nagi Reddy Kalli                       Assoc. Professor

ECE

2016

85,000

1.2 years

KREST

Non Government

15.

Body And Fall Detection System With Heart Rate

Dr.V.Balaji          Professor

ECE

2016

51,300/-

1 year

KREST

Non Government

16.

Real-time Closed-loop Hand Stimulation / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr B.L Malleswari              Professor

ECE

2016

1,85,000

1.2 years

KREST

Non Government

17.

Challenges and Opportunities of waste management in IOT Enabled Smart Cities: A Survey

Dr.E.Nagabhooshanam                  Professor

ECE

2016

55,080/-

1 year

KREST

Non Government

18.

Child Safety Wearable Device

Dr.Bhaskar Professor

ECE

2015

53,460/-

1 year

KREST

Non Government

19.

A Smart Switch to connect and disconnect Electrical

Dr.J.Kaliappan Professor

ECE

2015

50,760/-

1 year

KREST

Non Government

20.

Risk Analysis of Wireless Wearable Antenna / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr B.L Malleswari              Professor

ECE

2015

220000/-

1.6 years

KREST

Non Government

21.

Characteristics of Wireless capsule endoscopy antennas / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

Dr B.L Malleswari              Professor

ECE

2014

240000/-

2 years

KREST

Non Government

22.

QoS Evaluation for 3D Multi-View Video Compression / AICTE, New Delhi

 Mr.Siva Nagi Reddy Kalli                       Assoc. Professor

ECE

2014

150000/-

1.2 years

KREST

Non Government

23.

QoS Evaluation for 3D Multi-View Video Compression / AICTE, New Delhi

 Mr.Siva Nagi Reddy Kalli                       Assoc. Professor

ECE

2013

1,50,000/-

1.5 year

KREST

Non Government

Student Development Programmes

 

Student Development Programs are initiated by the department to fill the Curriculum and Learning Gaps. To full fill these gaps department collaborated with different industries and companies and conducted seminars and workshops on different topics to relate the syllabus with industry applications. The following are the workshops and seminars conducted in the last three academic years.

Academic Year: 2020-21

  • In association with IIT Bombay, Spoken Tutorial, Department conducted a program on “Python Programming” on 27/07/2020 to 31/07/2020 for III & IV year I semester students.
  • Department in associated with Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Department of Space, GOI who is offering ONLINE courses on Satellite related Technologies for developing trained professionals in the field of Remote Sensing, Geo-informatics, and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology etc
Courses conducted are:
  • 63rd IIRS Outreach Programme on “Applications in Agricultural Water Management” (August 03rd to August 07th, 2020)
  • 64th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Basics of Remote Sensing Geographical Information System and Global Navigation Satellite System” (August 17th to August 20th ,2020)
  • 66th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Global Navigation Satellite System” (September 14th to September 25th, 2020)
  • 67th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Understanding of Coastal ocean processes using Remote Sensing and Numerical Modelling” (September 21st to September 25th, 2020)
  • In associated with Triad Techno Services and conducted a seminar on “Training on IOT and ML” On 20/01/2021& 21/01/2021 by Mr S V Chandran for III-I & IV-I Students.
  • A two day hands on session was conducted in collaboration with “PGP Electronics” on “PCB Design” on 20/10/2020 & 21/10/2021 for III year I semester students
  • A Seminar was conducted on “Microprocessors Microcontroller and Applications” by Vision Krest Embedded Technologies Pvt.Ltd on 10/09/2020 &11/09/2020 for III year I Semester Students
  • A Seminar was conducted on “Digital System Design” by PGP Electronics, Hyderabad on 13/08/2020 & 14/08/2020 for II year I Semester Students

Academic Year: 2019-20

  • One day Program was conducted on “RF Amplifier Design and Communication” in collaboration with PGP Electronics On 12/02/2020 for II-II Semester ECE Students
  • A Seminar was conducted on “Image Processing using Matlab” by Pantech Solution on 27/01/2020 & 28/01/2020 for III Year II Semester Students
  • A Seminar was conducted on “Android multiscreen Application” by SPNS Technologies on 17/12/2019 & 18/12/2019 for III Year I semester Students
  • A Two-day Seminar was conducted on “Information Theory and channel Coding” in association with Triad Techno Services On 22/10/2019 & 23/10/2019 for II Year I Semester Students
  • A One-day seminar was conducted on “Microprocessor and Microcontroller Interfacing” by “Vision Krest Technologies” on 19/10/2019 for III Year I Semester Students
  • A Seminar was conducted on “Image Processing and Machine Learning” by Pantech Solutions on 9/09/2019 & 10/09/2019 for IV year I Semester Students
  • A Two-day Seminar and Hands on Session was conducted on “PCB Design” by PGP Electronics on 5/09/2019 & 6/09/2019 for II Year I Semester Students
  • A Two-day Workshop was conducted on “5G Mobile Communication System for Smart Factories” in association with Triad Techno Services On 13/08/2019 & 14/08/2019 for IV Year I Semester Students

Academic Year: 2018-19

  • A Three-day workshop was conducted on “Touch Free Timer Switch using LMC555” in collaboration with “Silicon Research Laboratories” on 20/03/2019 & 22/03/2019 for II Year II Semester Students.
  • A Seminar was conducted on “FPGA Implementation in VLSI Industries” By Silicon Research Labs Pvt. Ltd On 14/03/2019 & 15/03/2019 for III Year II Semester Students.
  • A Three-Day Workshop was conducted on “Mobile Computing” by Vision Krest Embedded Technologies Pvt Ltd, From 13/02/2019 to 15/02/2019 for III Year II Semester Students.
  • A Three-day workshop was conducted on “Network Protocols for Secure Communications” by Triad Techno Services From 17/01/2019 to 19/01/2019 for IV Year I Semester Students.
A Hands-on Session was conducted on “PCB Design” By PGP Electronics on:
 
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Android multiscreen Application

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Mobile computing

 
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RF Amplifier Design & Communication

Professional body society members

IEEE Activities

  • The Students Branch of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College (SWESB) has celebrated “Talent Hunt” among the students on 10th March 2020.
  • The Student Branch of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College (SWESB) has celebrated IEEE day and conducted an “Oratorical Competition” among the students on 6th December 2019.
  • IEEE association of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College has conducted a two days’ workshop on ‘X-MAX Technology’ on 04/10/2018 and 05/10/2018.
 

IETE Activities

  • IETE association of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College conducted guest lecturer on “DSP” by Dr. A. Santhosh, ECE HOD, Sri Chaitanya Institute of technology and science, Karimnagar on 13/03/2020.
  • IETE association of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College conducted Quiz among the students of various branch students on 12th July, 2019.
  • Paper presentation contest conducted by IETE-ISF forum for all ECE students on date 21/02/2019.
  • IETE association of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College has conducted a two days Workshop on “Robotics” on 18/12/2018 and 19/12/2018.
 

ISTE Activities

  • ISTE association of Sridevi Women’s Engineering College has conducted a workshop on Python by IIT Mumbai on 05/02/2020
  • Young Engineer Award Program conducted on the occasion of Engineer’s Day on 15th September 2019.
  • Young Engineer Award Program conducted on the occasion of Engineer’s Day on 15th September 2018.
 
Name of Society Faculty Coordinator Email ID
IEEE Mr. K.Tulasi Ram, Associate Professor ramukorrapati@gmail.com
IETE Dr. Sardar Inderjeeth Singh, Professor drindar2020@gmail.com
ISTE Dr. K. Mohan ram, Professor umsmohan@gmail.com

Academic/sponsored research and consultancy

 
SPONSORED RESEARCH - DST PROJECTS

S.no

Title of the Project

Agency , File No.

Principal Investigator (s)(PI) &(CO-PI)

Grant in Lakhs

Duration

1.

Autonomous quad copter for painting high rise buildings

DST,TPN/57967

Dr.A.Narmada

27.76

3years(Applied) 2020-2021

2.

Smart Garbage collection management system using IOT

DST, TPN/59117

Dr.A.Narmada

14.22

3years(Applied) 2020-2021

3.

Development of an inexpensive shopping assistance system for visually impaired with indoor navigation and product recognition

DST, SEED/TIDE/2019/302

Dr.A.Narmada

49.22

3 years(Applied) 2019-2020

4.

Data analytics for the study of Thalassemia

 

DST, SEED/TIDE/2019/112

Dr.B.L.Malleswari

33.10

3 years(Applied) 2019-2020

5.

Location based camera using Nano scale technology for the security of disabled women and senior citizen

DST, /TIDE/2019/330

Dr.K.Mohanram

39.60

3 years(Applied) 2019-2020

6.

Technology based Entrepreneurship Development Program(TEDPs: 02)

SEED DST, TPN/54849

Dr.A.Narmada & Mr.K.Tulasiram

3.20

1 year (Applied) 2019-2020

7.

Women Entrepreneurship Development Program(WEDPs: 02)

DST, TPN/54849

Dr.A.Narmada & Mr.K.Tulasiram

2.00

1 year (Applied) 2019-2020

8.

Faculty Development Program(FDPs:04)

DST, TPN/54849

Dr.A.Narmada &

Mr.K.Tulasiram

2.00

1 week (Applied) 2019-2020

9.

Real time implementation of advanced control algorithms on a laboratory scale plant

DST, JNTUH/TEQIP-III/CRS/2019/ECE/08

Mr.K.Tulasiram

2.85

1 year(Applied) 2019-2020

10.

Application of Geospatial graph data base technologies to power distribution

DST,

NRDMS/01/89/2015-A

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

8.80

3 years (ongoing)  2015-2018

SPONSORED RESEARCH - AICTE PROJECTS

S.no

Title of the Project

Agency , File No.

Principal Investigator (s)(PI) &(CO-PI)

Grant in Lakhs

Duration

1.

SPDC-Skill and Personality Development Programmed Centre for SC/ST Students

AICTE- 1-6334491464

Dr.K.Mohanram,

4.61

3years (Sanctioned)

2020-2021

2.

International conference on Data Science and Machine Learning
(ICDML)

AICTE-1-7123954904

Dr.B.L.Malleswari

0.50

2 days (Sanctioned)

2020-2021

3.

MODROBS

AICTE- 1-9331307245

Dr.A.Narmada &

Mr.K.Tulasiram

18.29

2  years (Applied )

2019-2020

4.

ATAL-FDP

AICTE-161366774

Dr.B.L.Malleswari

2.00

1 week (Applied)

2019-2020

5.

ISTE-AICTE Refresher Programme

 

AICTE -1-7123954904

Dr.B.L.Malleswari

0.50

1 week (Applied)

2019-2020

6.

STTP – Short Term Training Program

 

AICTE-1-7119332871

Dr. P. Suneel Kumar

2.56

3 weeks (Applied)

2019-2020

7.

MODROB - Aspiring Institutions

 

AICTE-1-7095017821

Dr. B.L.Malleswari

12.55

1 year  (Applied)

2019-2020

8.

MODROB - Aspiring Institutions

 

AICTE-1-6334491464

Dr. K.Mohanram

2.64

1 year (Applied)

2019-2020

9.

FDP-Program

 

AICTE- 1-7069217901

Dr. B.L. Malleswari

2.25

1 week (Applied)

2019-2020

CONSULTANCY PROJECTS

S.no

Title of the Project

Agency , File No.

Principal Investigator (s)(PI) &(CO-PI)

Grant in Lakhs

Duration

1.

Multilevel parking management system using PLC

Brain O Vision  Solutions India Pvt Ltd,Hyderabad,Telangana

Mr.Tulasiram

1.88

1 year

(2020-2021)

2.

Driver fatigue monitoring system using Lab-view

Brain O Vision  Solutions India Pvt Ltd,Hyderabad,Telangana

Mr.Tulasiram

1.52

1.2 years

(2020-2021)

3.

IoT social distancing and monitoring Robot

Triad Techno Services

Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr.K.Mohanram

1.85

1.5 years

(2020-2021)

4.

Food preservation by applying Pulse Electric field

YVM Technologies,

Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr.S.Jagadeesh

1.89

1.1 years

(2019-2020)

5.

AI Tools to monitor social distancing

Silicon Research Labs, Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar

1.96

1.2 years

(2019-2020)

6.

Automatic hand sanitizer

Traid Techno Services , Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr.A.Narmada

 

0.39

1 Year

(2019-2020)

7.

Metal and non-metal sorting using PLC

Traid Techno Services

Hyderabad,Telangana

Mr.Tulasiram

1.63

1.2 years

(2019-2020)

8.

Braille based message reader for visually challenged people

SPNS Technologies Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad,Telangana

 

Dr.K.SivanagiReddy

0.82

1.1 years

(2019-2020)

9.

Fully automated solar grass cutter

Traid Techno Services,

Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr.Inderjeethsingh

1.28

1.1 years

(2019-2020)

10.

Rational Orthogonal Wavelet Theory Applied to Multipath Communication / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

VISION KREST,

Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

1.70

2.1 years

(2018-2019)

11.

Dynamic Adaptive Streaming for Multi-view Video Compression / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr.V.Balaji

 

1.50

 

2 years

(2018-2019)

12.

Dynamic infrastructure supported D2D Communications / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr. P. Suneel Kumar

 

1.40

 

2.4 years

(2018-2019)

13.

Simulation of High Electron Mobility Transistors(HEMT) / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telangana

Dr. P. Suneel Kumar

 

0.70

1.6 years

(2018-2019)

14.

Molecular Information Carriers for Embedded Communications / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

0.90

 

1.4 years

(2018-2019)

15.

Network Traffic Control Service Plans  / Quality Circle Advanced   R & D

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.Inderjeeth Singh

 

0.80

 

1.2 years

(2018-2019)

 

Multiple Motion Control System Of Robotic Car Based On IOT To Produce Cloud Service

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar

 

0.50

 

1 year

(2018-2019)

16.

Energy Management Strategies Optimization / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.K.Mohan Ram

 

1.30

 

1.8 years

(2018-2019)

17.

Printed Passive Components: Design / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

1.10

 

1.1 years

(2017-2018)

18.

Smart Crossing System Using IOT

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.V.R.S. Rajesh Kumar

 

0.55

 

1 year

(2017-2018)

19.

Research on Maximum-Power-Point-Tracking (MPPT) Techniques / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Mr.K.Tulasiram

 

0.50

1.9 years

(2017-2018)

20.

IOT based smart health care kit

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.B.K. Madhavi

 

0.50

1 year

(2017-2018)

21.

Challenges And Opportunities Of Waste Management in IOT Enabled Smart Cities: A Survey

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.E.Nagabhooshanam

 

0.51

 

1 Year

(2016-2017)

22.

Real-time Closed-loop Hand Stimulation / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

1.85

 

1.2 years

(2016-2017)

23.

Body and Fall Detection System With Heart Rate

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Dr.V.Balaji

 

0.51

 

1 year

(2016-2017)

24.

Enhanced Positioning assisted Resource Sharing / Quality Circle Advanced R&D

 

VISION KREST, Ameerpet, Hyderabad,Telengana

Mr.SivaNagi Reddy Kalli

 

0.85

 

1.2 years

(2016-2017)

25.

Risk Analysis of Wireless Wearable Antenna / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

KREST

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

 

2.20

 

1.6 years

(2015-2016)

26.

A Smart Switch to Connect and Disconnect Electrical

 

KREST

Dr.J.Kaliappan

 

0.50

 

1 Year

(2015-2016)

27.

Child Safety Wearable Device

 

KREST

Dr.Bhaskar

 

0.53

 

1 Year

(2015-2016)

28.

Simulation of High Electron Mobility Transistors (HEMT) / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

KREST

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar

 

0.70

 

1.6 years

(2015-2016)

29.

Molecular Information Carriers for Embedded Communications / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

KREST

Dr B.L Malleswari

 

0.90

 

1.4 years

(2015-2016)

30.

Network Traffic Control Service Plans  / Quality Circle Advanced R & D

 

KREST

Dr.Inderjeeth Singh

 

0.80

 

1.2 years

(2015-2016)

31.

Multiple Motion Control System Of Robotic Car Based On IOT To Produce Cloud Service

 

KREST

Dr.P.Suneel Kumar

 

0.51

 

1 year

(2015-2016)

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was started in 2001 with an intake of 60 and subsequently the department has upgraded its sanctioned intake to 240.

The Department of ECE is headed by Dr.Narmada Alaparthi, under her leadership, the department is strengthened by well experienced and highly qualified teaching faculty and non-teaching staff. The Department has good infrastructure with spacious classrooms, well equipped laboratories, seminar hall, and staff room with individual staff cabins, HOD chamber, department library, centralized internet centre and R & D centre.

The department has180 computers, installed with the required software (MENTOR GRAPHICS TOOLS, MATLAB, MASM, XILINX, MULTISIM, LABVIEW etc). All the students and staff of the department are facilitated with a high-speed Internet facility of 10 Mbps round the clock.

The department is equipped with well-established laboratories with advanced software and hardware in order to help our students to develop the technical skills needed to bridge the curricular gap

Many students of ECE Department are placed in Top MNCs like IBM, Tech Mahindra, Infosys, Wipro, Microsoft, Oracle, HSBC, HCL, Syntel and so on. Department encourages students and staff to present and publish the papers, research articles in reputed international / national conferences and journals.

Apart from this the Students of ECE Department actively participate through department Association ELECTRO SPARKZ in achieving remarkable appreciations & Prizes in Co-curricular activities like Paper Presentations, Project Expos, National Level Symposiums, Internship Programs, Sports and other cultural activities in numerous engineering colleges. They also participate in social activities like NCC (National Cadet Corp) Village Campaigns, Blood Donation Camps and Environmental Awareness Programs.

We welcome student aspirants and their parents to visit the SWEC Campus and Department of ECE to observe abundant resources with pleasant Educational atmosphere.

The department Library contains 201 books. During these 16 years of College history, the students of ECE have performed well in their Academics by securing good pass percentage and owning University Top Ranks.

Vision

To empower women into a globally and socially recognized environment in the frontier areas of Electronics & Communication Engineering.

Mission

  • To inculcate students with state of the art knowledge to meet the growing challenges in Electronics and Communication Engineeirng.
  • To establish a unique learning environment for creativity, innovation & professional activities to instill moral & ethical values.
  • To provide quality and value based education to excel in their profession.
  • Programme Educational objectives (PEO's)
    • Graduates are prepared with a solid foundation in engineering, Science and Technology in performing professional tasks in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
    • Graduates can establish the design and problem-solving abilities for their career development.
    • Graduates can thrive in diverse, global, and multidisciplinary environment with team spirit for successful completion and management of electronics and its allied fields.
    • Graduates can participate in lifelong-learning activities to enhance their professional, communication skills and ethical development.
  • Program Outcomes (POs)

    Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
    • Design/development of solutions: 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.
    • Conduct investigations of complex problems: 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.
    • Modern tool usage: 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.
    • The engineer and society: 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.
    • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
    • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
    • Communication: 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.
    • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
    • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
  • Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)
    • PSO1: Proficiency on the Contemporary Skills Towards development of Modern Electronics, Signal and Image Processing using appropriate modern tools and techniques.
    • PSO2: Select and apply cutting-edge engineering hardware and software tools to solve complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems. 

Courses Offered

Name of the Programme

Approved Intake

B.Tech (Electronics & Communication Engineering) 240

Teacher Student Ratio

No Of Faculty Members

1:15 45
  • HOD PROFILE

    faculty imageThe department is headed by Dr.Narmada Alaparthi, "member IEEE" an action-oriented and result-focused professional offering 21 years of progressively responsible experience in teaching and research projects. Good knowledge in Wireless Sensor Networks and Micro controller based embedded system design. Apart from teaching, she has the distinction of contributing to the research and development activity in VNRVJIET and Vignan group of institutions. She has completed 3 DST sponsored Research projects and 1- consultancy project,. published 27 papers in national, international journals and IEEE Conferences indexed in ISI, EBSCO, Copernicus etc.She worked as Associate Professor, ECE in VNRVJIET for 8.5 years, later she worked as Professor & HOD,ECE, Vignan Group of Institutions for 11 years. She is currently working as Professor & HOD ECE, Sridevi Women’s Engineering College.


    AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
    • Wireless Sensor Networks
    • IEEE 802.15.4 ZigBee Protocol
    • Embedded Systems

    ACHIEVEMENTS IN BRIEF
    • Completed 3-DST sponsored projects
    • Completed 3- DST-NIMAT sponsored EAC Projects
    • Worked as NBA coordinator, got highest marks for the department
    • Best Teacher award by VITS, DESHMUKHI
    • Planned and Established Embedded Systems Laboratory for M.Tech Course in VNRVJIET
    • State 16th Rank in Girls category in S.S.C. during 1992
    • National Merit Scholarship 1992 – 1998
    • Telugu Sahitya Academy Scholarship 1992 – 1998

    Research and consultancy Projects
    DST- Sponsored Completed Projects
    S. No Title of the Project Agency, File No. Principal Investigator(s) (PI) & (Co –PI) Grant in lakhs Duration
    1 Enhancing Efficiency of Wireless Sensor Network with MIMO DST, SR/ET-41/2017 Dr.A.Narmada-PI 31.33 2017-2019
    2 Realization of IP based wireless sensor network with emphasis on image transfer and on demand routing DST, DST/TSG/NTS/2009/28 Dr.P.Sudhakara Rao-PI. Mrs.A.Narmada-CO- PI 10.50 2009-2015
    3 Development of a non-intrusive system for real time monitoring and prediction of driver fatigue and drowsiness DST, DST/TSG/ICT/2007/80 Dr.P.Sudhakara Rao-PI A.Narmada-Member 20.32 2010-2016
    Consultancy Projects completed
    4 Automated Commando Training System Grey Hounds, AP Police A.Narmada-PI 3.0 2007-10
    DST-NIMAT (National Implementing and Monitoring Agency for Training) Projects
    S. No Program File No Coordinator Grant in lakhs Duration
    1 Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp EDII/NIMAT/17-18/349 Dr.A.Narmada 1.00 2018-19
    2 Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp EDII/DST-NIMAT/18-19/469 Dr.A.Narmada 1.00 2017-18
    3 Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp EDII/DST-NIMAT/19-120/532 Dr.A.Narmada 1.00 2019-20
    KEY POSITIONS HELD
    S. No University / Institution/Industry Designation Duration Experience in Years & Months
    1 Sridevi Women’s Engineering College Professor & HOD, ECE Aug 2019 – Till date 1 month
    2 Vignan Group of Institutions , Hyderabad Professor & HOD, ECE Sept 2008 – Aug 2019 11 Years
    3 VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad (VNRVJIET) Associate Professor March 2000 - Sept 2008 8years 6 month
    4 Bharath Dynamics Ltd (BDL, Hyd) Trainee Jan 1999- Jan 2000 1year
    5 Pentagon Info Web Software solutions Trainee June 1998-Dec 1999 6months
    Total Experience 21 years 1 month
    EDUCATION
    S. No Qualification Institute/ University Year of Passing % of Marks
    1 Ph.D – Wireless Communications JNTUH, Hyderabad 2015 --
    2 M.E-DIGITAL SYSTEMS University College of Engg, OSMANIA UNIVERSITY 2005 86
    3 B.TECH-ECE NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY 1998 78
    4 Intermediate AP Intermediate Board of education, Loyola Junior college 1994 86
    5 SSC Loyola School, AP, Hyderabad 1992 90
    LIST OF JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
    S. No Title with page no's Journal ISSN/ISBN DOI Month, Year PP Indexing details
    1 Performance Comparison of RIPv2 and DSR Protocols in Customized Zigbee Stack with 5 Nodes and 1HOP IJARITAC 0975-8070 10.5958/0975-8089.2018.00023.4 Jan 2019 238-244 NAAS Rating 2017 - 3.85, ISI Impact factor - 1.88, Indian Citation Index – Research Impact Indicator: 0.061, InfoBase Index(IB Factor - 2.8, Index Copernicus(2016, ICV - 76.32), Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), J-gate, Primo and Primo Central, I2OR, ESJI, Indian Science, Cite Factor, DRJI, ISRA-JIF, IIJIF, Indian Science Abstract, NA-Digest, Ulrich-PD
    2 Choosing Cluster Head in Artificially Intelligent Wireless Sensor Network RJET 0976-2973 10.5958/2321-581X.2018.00046.6 Oct-Dec 2018 335-342 ISA: Indian Science Abstracts CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) (Applied) Google Scholar Index Copernicus (Applied) Pro Quest Central
    3 RFID Integration with Wireless Sensor Networks RJET 0976-2973 0.5958/2321-581X.2018.00017.X April-June 2018 120-126 ISA: Indian Science Abstracts CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) (Applied) Google Scholar Index Copernicus (Applied) Pro Quest Central
    4 Performance of IP-Based Wireless Sensor Network with 1-M Granularity Cartesian Terrain IJARITAC 0975-8070 10.5958/0975-8089.2018.00016.7 May-Aug 2018 171-176 NAAS Rating 2017 - 3.85, ISI Impact factor - 1.88, Indian Citation Index – Research Impact Indicator: 0.061, InfoBase Index(IB Factor - 2.8, Index Copernicus(2016, ICV - 76.32), Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), J-gate, Primo and Primo Central, I2OR, ESJI, Indian Science, Cite Factor, DRJI, ISRA-JIF, IIJIF, Indian Science Abstract, NA-Digest, Ulrich-PD
    5 Performance comparison of IP- based Wireless Sensor Network with 802.11 IJARITAC 0975-15678 10.5958/0975-8089.2017.00032.X Sept-Dec 2017 354-362 NAAS Rating 2017 - 3.85, ISI Impact factor - 1.88, Indian Citation Index – Research Impact Indicator: 0.061, InfoBase Index(IB Factor - 2.8, Index Copernicus(2016, ICV - 76.32), Google Scholar, CNKI Scholar, EBSCO Discovery, Summon(ProQuest), J-gate, Primo and Primo Central, I2OR, ESJI, Indian Science, Cite Factor, DRJI, ISRA-JIF, IIJIF, Indian Science Abstract, NA-Digest, Ulrich-PD
    6 Performance of IP- Based Wireless Sensor Network with Cartesian Terrain RJET 0976-2973 (Print) 2321-581X (online) 10.5958/2321-581X.2017.00035.6 July-Sept-2017 1-6 ISA: Indian Science Abstracts CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) (Applied) Google Scholar Index Copernicus (Applied) Pro Quest Central
    7 Mathematical Modelling of end-to-end delay of customised ZigBee stack towards optimization of performance metrics RJET 0976-2973 10.5958/2321-581X.2016.00026.X Oct-Dec 2016 131-143 ISA: Indian Science Abstracts CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) (Applied) Google Scholar Index Copernicus (Applied) Pro Quest Central
    8 Mathematical modeling of end-to-end-delay of Zigbee stack towards optimization of performance metrics RTSRT 2393-8765 -- Jan 2017 2-9
    9 Selection of cluster head in Wireless Sensor Network towards extending network life time RTSRT 2393-8765 -- Jan 2017 2-9
    8 Mathematical modeling of end-to-end-delay of Zigbee stack towards optimization of performance metrics JoMEA 2455-197X -- Dec 2016 1-10
    10 Customized Zigbee stack-Mathematical modelling RTECS 2393-8757 -- Dec 2016 7-14
    11 Selection of cluster head in artificially intelligent WSN towards extending network life time and reducing energy consumption IJWCNMET 0974-6760 -- Nov 2016 1-19
    12 RFID Integration with Wireless sensor network IJ-RSAE 0974-6589 -- Nov 2016 1-16
    13 PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF CSMA, MACA, Generic MAC and Sensor MAC CHANNEL ACCESS PROTOCOLS FOR ZIGBEE WSN ISOI 0970-9983 -- Sept 2012 168-171
    14 Performance analysis of DSR Protocol for Zigbee WPAN ISOI 0970-9983 -- June 2012 78-81
    15 Performance Comparison Of Routing Protocols For Zigbee Wpan IJCSI 1694-0814 -- Nov 2011 394-302
    16 PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF RANDOM CHANNEL ACCESS PROTOCOLS FOR ZIGBEE WPAN IJ-ETA-ETS 0974-3588 -- July-Dec 2011 246-253
    LIST OF CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
    S. No Title IEEE Title ISSN DOI Month & Year of publication PP Indexing details
    1 Dynamic Source Routing Protocol –A Comparative Analysis with AODV and DYMO in ZigBee based Wireless Personal Area Network SPIN-2019 978-1-1728-13280-7 10.1109/SPIN.2019.8711790 March 2019 703-708 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    2 Performance comparison of CSMA, MACA, Generic MAC and Sensor MAC channel access protocols for ZigBee WSN with RIPv2 as Routing protocol i-PACT 2019 978-1-3817-23241-6 10.1109/iPACT.2019.8711790 March 2019 836-841 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    3 Average end-to-end delay of customized ZigBee stack PARCOMPTECH-2017 978-1-5090-2080-5/16 10.1109/PARCOMPTECH.2017.8068333 23-24 Feb. 2017 719-723 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    4 Adaptation Layer towards integration of ZigBee and IP stacks IEEE-ICACDOT-2016 978-1-7717-6416-1/13 10.1109/ICACDOT.2016.7877581 9-10 Sept. 2016 1-4 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    5 TCP/IP and ZigBee Middleware IEEE-ICONSTEM-2016 978-1-4244-6875-1/10 10.1109/ICONSTEM.2016.7560978 30-31 March 2016 18-26 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    6 ZigBee Based Multi-Level Parking Vacancy Monitoring System IEEE-EIT-2010 978-1-4244-2030-8/08 10.1109/EIT.2010.5612133 20-22 May 2010 1-4 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    7 Fully automated commando training system IEEE-EIT-2008 2166-8531/12 10.1109/EIT.2008.4554267 18-20 May 2008 54-59 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    8 Zigbee based WSN with IP connectivity IEEE-CIMSIM-2012 978-1-4577-0167-2/12 10.1109/CIMSim.2012.39 25-27 Sept. 2012 178-181 --
    9 WSN and IP based parking management system IEEE-ICST-2012 978-1-6717-3416-5/16 10.1109/ICSensT.2012.6461716 18-21 Dec. 2012 434-438 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    10 Towards Realization of IP based Wireless Sensor network with emphasis on on-demand routing IEEE-ICCSP-2013 0967-1345 -- April 2013 1-6 EBSCO, Google scholar, ISI
    11 Remote data acquisition and control system, 693-697 TIES-2007 -- -- Sept 2007 693-697 --
    LIST OF BOOKS PUBLISHED
    S. No Title of Book published ISBN
    1 Smart Traffic Light Control System 978-1-365-59600-1
    2 Efficient Hardware Architecture for Multimedia Encryption and Authentication 978-1-365-59875-3
    3 Zigbee based Remote motor Control 978-1-365-60827-8
    4 Wireless Electronic Notice board 978-1-365-62136-9
    5 Zigbee Based Multilevel Parking vacancy Monitoring System 978-1-365-69757-9
    6 Fully Automated Commando Training System 978-1-365-69759-3
    7 Selection of Cluster Head for Wireless Sensor Network 978-1-365-69765-4
    8 Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Network 978-1-365-69769-2
    9 Wireless electronic display notice board 972-1-387-06444-1
    10 Digital alpha numeric scrolling on led screen 978-1-387-35254-8
    11 Design of Ultra Low cost Cell Phone Based Embedded System for Irrigation 978-1-387-35580-8

Faculty Achievements

 

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2018-2019

S.No.

Name of the Faculty

Title of the Paper with Volume &

 IssuNo.

Name of the

Journal/Conference

proceedings

Date & Year of

Publication

ISSN/ISBN No.

1

Dr.A.Narmada

Performance Comparison of RIPv2 and DSR Protocols in Customized Zigbee Stack with 5 Nodes and 1HOP

IJARITAC

January 2019

0975-8070

2

Dr.A.Narmada

Choosing Cluster Head in Artificially Intelligent Wireless Sensor Network

RJET

Oct-Dec 2018

0976-2973

3

Dr.A.Narmada

RFID Integration with Wireless Sensor Networks

RJET

April-June 2018

0976-2973

4

Dr.A.Narmada

Performance of IP-Based Wireless Sensor Network with 1-M Granularity Cartesian Terrain

IJARITAC

May-Aug 2018

0975-8070

5

Dr.A.Narmada

Dynamic Source Routing Protocol –A Comparative Analysis with AODV and DYMO in ZigBeebased Wireless Personal Area Network

IEEE-SPI N-2019

March 2019

978-1-1728-132 80-7

6

Dr.A.Narmada

Performance comparison of CSMA, MACA, Generic MAC and Sensor MAC channel access protocols for ZigBee WSN with RIPv2 as Routing protocol

IEEE-i-PA CT 2019

March 2019

978-1-3817-232 41-6

7

Dr.B.L.Malleswari

Design of Low Power 128Kb

CMOS Josephson Hybrid

memory using single ended 8T-SRAM 

IJRECE

October-2018

2348-2281

8

Dr.B.L.Malleswari

32 Types FIR Filter Design

using Baugh-Wooley Multiplier

with KSA Adder

IJRECE

October-2018

2348-2281

9

Dr.V.Balaji

SOC Implementation of Multi

variate Auto regressive model

using NLMS Algorithm for

EEG Signals

 

JETIR

 

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

10

Maya Patil

Design of Area Efficient 15

Transistors Flip-flop and its

Applications

IJRAR

October-2018

 

2348-1269

11

K.Tulasi Ram

A Low Noise Power Switched

Capacitor Op-Amp Interface

for Temperature Sensor in45nm  

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

12

K.Siva Nagi Reddy

Design of Veterbi Decoder

using ACS Architecture for

Speech to Text Conversion Application

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

13

K.Siva Nagi Reddy

Design of QSTCAM with 9-T

using Gate Diffusion

Input(GDI) Technique 

IJRAR

October-2018

 

2348-1269

14

S.Jagadeesh

Design of Novel Biosensing

Amplifier with Low Noise

Power For Wireless Body

Sensor Nodes Using 45nm

Technology

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

         2349-5162

15

B.Kavitha

Design of Low Power 128Kb

CMOS Josephson Hybrid

memory using single ended 8T-

SRAM  

IJRECE

October-2018

2348-2281

16

B.Rajeswari

Design of Novel Biosensing

Amplifier with Low Noise

Power For Wireless Body

Sensor Nodes Using 45nm

Technology

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

17

S.Satya Sravani

Design of Area Efficient 15

Transistors Flip-flop and its

Applications

IJRAR

October-2018

 

2348-1269

18

B.Ramanjaneyulu

Design of Veterbi Decoder

using ACS Architecture for

Speech to Text Conversion

Application

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

19

H.Shanthi

SOC Implementation of Multi

variate Auto regressive model

using NLMS Algorithm for

EEG Signals

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

20

D.Sudarshan

Reddy

A Low Noise Power Switched

Capacitor Op-Amp Interface

for Temperature Sensor in

45nm  

 

JETIR

 

October-2018

 

2349-5162

21

Urvashi Gupta

32 Types FIR Filter Design

using Baugh-Wooley Multiplier

with KSA Adder

IJRECE

October-2018

2348-2281

22

K.Sampath Kumar

Design of QSTCAM with 9-T

using Gate Diffusion

Input(GDI) Technique 

IJRAR

October-2018

2348-1269