Counselling CodesEamcet-GCTC / M.Tech-GCTC1 / MBA–GCTC
Accredited by National Board of Accreditation

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering was established in the year 2005 and currently the department offers an Under Graduate program B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering with an annual intake of 240.

The Department is Headed by Prof. B. Hari Kumar, has 31 years of teaching experience. There are 7 Professors, 14 Associate Professors, and 42 Assistant Professors in the department for UG. The department has 7 Lab Assistants to assist and maintain the labs.

All the faculty members are encouraged to participate in Faculty Development Programmes, Conferences, Workshops, Publication of Research Papers and active involvement in R & D activity.


Vision and Mission

Vision of the Department

To impart quality technical education in Electronics and Communication Engineering emphasizing analysis, design/synthesis and evaluation of hardware/ embedded software, using various Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools with accent on creativity, innovation and research thereby producing competent engineers who can meet global challenges with societal commitment.

Mission of the Department

  1. To impart quality education in fundamentals of basic sciences, mathematics, electronics and communication engineering through innovative teaching-learning processes.
  2. To facilitate Graduates define, design, and solve engineering problems in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering using various Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools.
  3. To encourage research culture among faculty and students thereby facilitating them to be creative and innovative through constant interaction with R & D organizations and Industry.
  4. To inculcate teamwork, imbibe leadership qualities, professional ethics and social responsibilities in students and faculty.


PEOs, POs and PSOs

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  1. To prepare students with excellent comprehension of basic sciences, mathematics and engineering subjects facilitating them to gain employment or pursue postgraduate studies with an appreciation for lifelong learning.
  2. To train students with problem solving capabilities such as analysis and design with adequate practical skills that are Program Specific wherein they demonstrate creativity and innovation that would enable them to develop state of the art equipment and technologies of multidisciplinary nature for societal development.
  3. To inculcate positive attitude, professional ethics, effective communication and interpersonal skills which would facilitate them to succeed in the chosen profession exhibiting creativity and innovation through research and development both as team member and as well as leader.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:

  1. An ability to design an Electronics and Communication Engineering system, component, or process and conduct experiments, analyze, interpret data and prepare a report with conclusions to meet desired needs within the realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability.
  2. An ability to use modern Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, software and electronic equipment to analyze, synthesize and evaluate Electronics and Communication Engineering systems for multidisciplinary tasks.


Faculty List

Sl. No.Name of the Staff MemberDesignation
Teaching Faculty
1B. Hari KumarProfessor & HOD
2Dr Gunturu VijayaProf. & Dean - Academics
3Dr. R. Suryanarayana RajuProf. & Dean - R & D
4Dr.C. Venkata NarasimhuluProfessor
5Dr. S. SuryanarayanaProfessor
6Dr. Ramana MurthyProfessor
7K Somasekhara Rao Prof. & Dean - Student Affairs
8O. V. P.R. Siva KumarProfessor
9Dr. V. Satya SrinivasAssociate Professor
10Dr. V Vineel KumarAssociate Professor
11P.SudhakarAssociate Professor
12S.JyothirmayeeAssociate Professor
13A. ShankerAssociate Professor
14D. Venkata Rami ReddyAssociate Professor
15B. SreelathaAssociate Professor
16G.SreelakshmiAssociate Professor
17U.AppalarajuAssociate Professor
18R.OdaiahAssociate Professor
19M.LaxmiAssociate Professor
20S.Krishna PriyaAssociate Professor
21S. Vasu KrishnaAssociate Professor
22M. SowjanyaAssociate Professor
23M. Uma RaniAssistant Professor
24V.Venkata LakshmiAssistant Professor
25B.MamathaAssistant Professor
26D. SonyAssistant Professor
27M.Chathar SinghAssistant Professor
28M.Krishna ChaitanyaAssistant Professor
29B. Jugal KishoreAssistant Professor
30Y. Naga LakshmiAssistant Professor
31Md. Touseef SumerAssistant Professor
32M.Krishna Assistant Professor
33L. KavyaAssistant Professor
34Y. Siva Rama KrishnaAssistant Professor
35K. VictorAssistant Professor
36G. Venkat RaoAssistant Professor
37J. BharathiAssistant Professor
38S. ShravaniAssistant Professor
39P. Chandra Prakash ReddyAssistant Professor
40Ch SandeepAssistant Professor
41A. SubramanyamAssistant Professor
42B.SuneethaAssistant Professor
43B. RamuAssistant Professor
44A. SowjanyaAssistant Professor
45S. YagnasreeAssistant Professor
46Ch. Suresh KumarAssistant Professor
47R VNR Suneel KrishnaAssistant Professor
48V Indu PriyaAssistant Professor
49A R L padmajaAssistant Professor
50M. AnandAssistant Professor
51V. Savithri PadmapriyaAssistant Professor
52P. Naresh kumarAssistant Professor
53Pavani CAssistant Professor
54Thalla Narasimha SwethaAssistant Professor
55G. PoshamalluAssistant Professor
56K. SravanthiAssistant Professor
57V. SirishaAssistant Professor
Non Teaching Faculty
1K.Chalapathi RaoSr. Lab Assistant
2D. VivekanandLab Assistant
3A. Rama DeviLab Assistant
4M. VasanthiLab Assistant
5J. AnjaneyuluLab Assistant
6D. VenkateshwarluLab Assistant
7K. SreenivasuLab Assistant

Laboratory Details

Software Details

Software Name Details
MATLAB Version..R2015B 89 users, Licensed Version
Cadence Tools – Model UG3Y20L 20 users, Licensed Version
Xilinx Vivado Edition 2014.4 75 users, Licensed Version
ISE Xilinx Simulator 9.2i Unlimited, Licensed Version
Multisim Version 14.0 25 Users, Licensed Version
Keil μVision 50 Users, Licensed Version
TASM,MASM Open Source

Hardware Details

Name of the Laboratory Equipment
EDC Lab DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 20 V ) – 20, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 30 V ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 µA ) – 32, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 mA ) – 40, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes – 13, Decade Inductance Boxes – 12, Decade Resistance Boxes – 14, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Transformers ( 9-0-9V, 500 mA) – 20,
Simulation Lab – I Computers – 32 , MATLAB 8.5/9.0 / SCILAB / OCTAVE Software - 32
Electronic Circuits and Pulse Circuits Lab DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 12 , Multimeters – 10, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 20 V ) – 20, DC Voltmeters ( 0 – 30 V ) – 20, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 µA ) – 32, DC Ammeters ( 0 – 200 mA ) – 40, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 12, Decade Capacitance Boxes – 13, Decade Inductance Boxes – 12, Decade Resistance Boxes – 14, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Class – A Power Amplifier Kits – 3, Class – B Power Amplifier Kits – 3,
Analog Communication Lab DC Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 2, Multimeters – 5, RF Generator ( 9 KHz – 3 GHz ) - 1, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 2, DSOs ( 0 – 200 MHz ) – 1, DSOs ( 0 – 50 MHz ) – 10, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 12, Bread Boards – 20, Spectrum Analyzer( 9 KHz – 3 GHz ) - 1, Radio Receiver Kit – 1, Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 2, DSB – SC Modulation & Detector Kit – 2, SSB – SC Modulation & Detector Kit – 2, Frequency Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 2, Verification of Sampling Theorem Kit – 2, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis Kit - 2, Frequency Division Multiplexing and De Multiplexing Kit – 2, Pulse Amplitude Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 1, Pulse width Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 2, Pulse Position Modulation and Demodulation Kit – 2, AGC Characteristics – 2,
Simulation Lab – II Computers – 32 , MATLAB 8.5/9.0 / SCILAB / OCTAVE Software – 32, NI Multisim / LT Spice Software – 32,
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab Computers – 30, Microprocessor Simulation Software ( Assembler – MASM ) – 30, 8086 Microprocessor Trainer Kit – 18, Microcontroller Simulation Software ( Kiel ) – 18, 8051 Microcontroller Trainer Kit – 18, LCD Display Kit – 3, Keyboard Display Kit – 3, 8 bit ADC& DAC Kit – 3, 8255 Study Card – 3, Experimental Card for 8051 – 3, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) / DSOs ( 0 – 50 MHz ) – 2
IC Applications and HDL Simulation Lab Computer Systems – 10, Regulated Power Supply ( 0 – 30 V ) – 10 , Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 7, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 7, Multimeters /Voltmeters ( 0-30 V DC ) 7, Xilinx Simulation Software ISE 9.2i – 10
Digital Signal Processing Lab Computer Systems ( MATLAB/SCILAB/OCTAVE or equivalent software in 18 computers and CC Studio in 9 Computers ) – 27, MATLAB/SCILAB/OCTAVE or equivalent Software ( R 2015 B ) – 18, CC Studio – 9, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) / DSOs ( 0 – 50 MHz ) – 9, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 9, TMS320C6713/TMS320VC5416 DSP Processor Kits or equivalent ( 6713 – 7 Kits & 5416 – 2 Kits ) – 9,
Digital Design through Verilog HDL Lab ( Soft Core – I Lab ) Computers – 32, Xilinx Simulation Software ( Vivado Edition 2014.4 ) – 32,
R & D Lab-II/ AC lab Hardware : CRO’s-12, Signal generator-12,RPS-12, AC trainer kits
VLSI Lab ( Soft Core – I Lab ) Computer Systems ( 10 Computers with Cadence and 10 Computers with Xilinx Simulation Software ) – 20, Xilinx ISE 9.2i – 10, CPLD/FPGA Trainer – 10 including 2 Zynq Zybo Boards, Cadence Software - 10
Microwave Engg. And Digital Communications Klystron/Gunn Diode based Microwave Bench setup including corresponding Power Supply - 7, Gunn Diode based Microwave Bench setup including Gunn Power supply – 2, Micro Ammeter ( 0 – 500 µA ) – 5, VSWR Meter – 3, Microwave Components – 18, Slotted Section – 2, Magic – T Junction – 1, Circulator – 1, Directional Couplers for 2 directivities - 1, Attenuators for 2 different attenuations – 1, Matched Termination – 2, CROs ( 0 – 20 MHz ) – 6, Regulated Power Supplies ( 0 – 30 V ) – 6, Function Generators ( 0 – 1 MHz ) – 6, 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 and Demodulator Kits – 1, QAM Modulator and Demodulator Kits – 2, DPSK Modulator and Demodulator Kits – 2, QPSK Modulator and Demodulator Kits – 2

Course Files and Lab Manuals

Course Files

Compiling course files is a concept which had been there for many years in professional college. Geethanjali takes the concept of course file to a new level altogether.

Efforts have been made to prepare course files on every subject taught in all branches altogether. This huge stack of information is specially prepared by the respective faculty members with examinations in mind. A wide variety of questions are compiled catering to the comprehension of the weakest student to challenge the mind of the brightest student.

Not only are the efforts of Geethanjali towards compiling the best material but efforts of the same level are put into ensuring that the students access the information. Group ids are created for each class and the class representative receives this information which he/she passes it on to his/her classmates. All of them can access the information with the help of their username & password generated individually per student.

Along with important questions and answers generated unit wise there are nearly 50 multiple choice questions per unit which will aid the student in their online internal examinations. Not just this academic matter but our faculty also includes website addresses resourceful for their subjects, references and all possible lab viva questions.

The course files are updated every year and versions of it are released.

Lab Manuals

The laboratory manuals for each lab are generated with utmost care because at Geethanjali we understand the importance of applied knowledge. We realize that labs are real nests for acquiring knowledge and hence stringent measures are followed while designing them and scrutinized by the HODs before they reach the student. Along with the prescribed number of experiments, more number of experiments are added after consulting the industry requirements. The lab manuals help the student prepare their record and also come prepared for their lab sessions.


Projects (Research Projects, Students Projects)

Ongoing and Completed Projects and publications resulted:

The following are the ongoing and completed projects:

  1. “Investigation of Linear Combinations of GNSS…”, sponsored by DST in September 2015
  2. “Development of High Density Electron Emitter for use in Defense”, Consultancy project of VEM Technologies, stared in Nov. 2016.
  3. “Design and development of multi-wavelength laser radar…”, Sponsored by DST which was successfully completed.
  4. MOU with CBIT (ISRO Sponsored Project): IRNSS Receiver is installed in GNSS/LIDAR LAB in Block-I to support Ionospheric Spatial Decorrelation Studies for Indian Ground Based Augmentation System applications.

Department R&D activity/ Consultancy Date and duration Name of the organization OutlayOutcomePublications
On-going Projects
ECEDevelopment of Novel Carbon Nanotube/Polymer Nanocomposite Materials for EMI Applications : Dr S.Ramana Murthy3 Years (Started on 02.05.2018) Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Govt. of IndiaRs.45.81 LakhsDevelopment of techniques to mitigate Ionosphere and multipath effects
ECEProject Title: Investigation of Linear Combinations of GNSS Measurements to Mitigate the Effect of Ionosphere and Multipath PI: Dr.V SatyaSrinivas 3 Years (Started on 23.09.2015) DST, Gov. of India DST File No: SR/FTP/ES-56/2014 Rs. 21.5 LakhDevelopment of techniques to mitigate Ionosphere and multipath effectsInternational Journals: 01
International Conferences: 02
National Conferences: 01 ( Work-in-Progress)
ECEConsultancy being rendered to M/s VEM Technologies Pvt. Ltd., (Project title: Design and Development of High Density Electron Emitter for use in Defense) PI: Dr. R.S.Raju18 months(started on 14.11.2016) M/s VEM Technologies Pvt Ltd, HyderabadRs. 6 lakh per annumDesign and Development of High Density Electron EmitterWork-in-Progress
Successfully Completed
ECER&D activity (Project Title: Design & dev. of multi-wavelength laser radar for measurement of clouds and aerosols in the troposphere and lower stratosphere) PI: Dr. M. Satyanarayana Co-PI: G. Sudhakar3 years and 8 months 03.11.2010 to 02.07.2014)Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India. DST File No: SR/S4/AS: 36/2009 Rs. 34.548 LakhProject successfully completed. Details of achievements attached Journals:05
International conferences: 09
National Conferences:06

Research Projects

Outcome of LIDAR project

Date of commencement:03.11.2010
Date of completion: 02.07.2014
Objectives:
I. Design and development of a multi wavelength and multifunctional lidar as a researchfacility.
II. To Conduct scientific studies of atmosphere as described below
1. To study altitude distribution of aerosols in the troposphere and stratosphere and its association with the physical processes and meteorological conditions prevailing.
2. To study the altitude variation of aerosol size distribution function and its temporal variation, both on long term and short term basis.
Experimental work giving full details of experimental set up, methods adopted, data collected supported by necessary table, charts, diagrams & photographs:
The Lidar system has been designed developed and operationalised for regular scientific studies on aerosols and clouds in the atmosphere.
Schematic diagram of the Lidar system developed is shown below

Fig. GAGAN Architecture and network of reference stations

Students Projects

Academic YearProject TitleArea of SpecializationContribution / Achievements / Research Output
2017 - 18Android based RobotEmbedded SystemsBest Projects
Rasberry Pi based Intruder alert systemEmbedded SystemsBest Projects
Voice enabled switching of electrical appliances for visually impaired personsMicro controller basedBest Projects
Real Time Face DetectionImage ProcessingBest Projects
Voice activated Home automation using ArduinoEmbedded SystemsAverage Projects
Drone(unmanned aerial vehicle,UAV) with camera using Arduino BoardWireless communicationAverage Projects
Smart Ratio Distribution (FPD) using RF ID and biometric for avoiding malpracticesEmbedded SystemsAverage Projects
Design of low power and high speed radix 2Butterfly structure using multipliers and addersSignal processing using PMATLABAverage Projects
Safety and security vehicle based parking system using GSMEmbedded SystemsAverage Projects
Wheel Chair based mobility assist using voice recognitionMicro controller basedAverage Projects
Smartblind stick using ArduinoEmbedded SystemsAverage Projects

Academic YearProject TitleArea of SpecializationContribution / Achievements / Research Output
2016 - 17
Anti-Aircraft collision system using Zigbee communication and reporting to ground station over IOT with Ardunio BoardWireless communication & Embedded Systems.Best Projects
Touch Screen controlled Multipurpose Spy robot using ZigbeeWireless communicationBest Projects
Automatic Detection of Squats in Railway TrackEmbedded SystemsBest Projects
Acquiring bus information through mobile using GSM and GPS technologyWireless communicationAverage Projects
Controlling of car using IOT based Raspberry pi3 by SmartphoneWireless communication & Embedded Systems.Average Projects
Implementing a Second Generation EMP Generator on a Robotic arm For precise EMP DeliveryEmbedded SystemsAverage Projects
Biometric Voting SystemEmbedded SystemsAverage Projects

Academic YearProject TitleArea of SpecializationContribution / Achievements / Research Output
2015 - 16
Ardunio based automatic vehicle accident detection and messaging systemEmbedded SystemsBest Projects
Remote controlled metal detecting robot with video transmissionEmbedded SystemsBest Projects
Design and implementation of data acquisition system using PIC microcontrollerMicro controller based Best Projects
A Low Power Low Noise CMOS Bio-Potential Amplifier for Bio-Medical Applications.VLSIBest Projects
Design & Implementation of Multi Purpose Robot for Military Application.Embedded SystemsBest Projects

Academic YearProject TitleArea of SpecializationContribution / Achievements / Research Output
2014 - 15
Microcontroller based Robotic ArmMicrocontroller basedBest Projects
Rotating Electromagnetic Field for Crack Detection in Railway tracksEmbedded SystemBest Projects
Simulation of Multi gate FETVLSIBest Projects
SPY Robot using ZigbeeCommunicationBest Projects
Bluettoth Based Data LoggerCommunicationBest Projects
Development of Antenna Control Circuit for Modern ESM SystemEmbedded SystemBest Projects
Long Range FM TransmitterCommunicationBest Projects
Cell Phone-Operated Land RoverCommunicationBest Projects
Remote Controlled Switch with secret code lockEmbedded SystemBest Projects


MOUs

To strengthen the relationships with industry the institution has MOU's with

  1. M/s. Navanidhi Electronics, Hyderabad.
  2. M/s. Powertronics Ltd, Hyderabad.
  3. M/s Sitra Infotech Pvt. Ltd.,

FDPs

Sl. No Module Description Duration Resource Persons Target Audience Usage and Citation,etc
1. FDP on Fundamentals of Signals, Systems and Random Variables with Hands on Session Using MATLAB June5th -10th,2017 Padmashri Dr. B L Deekshatlu, IDRBT ; Dr. B Yegnarayana, IIIT Hyd.; Dr.P Lakshminarayana, OU ; Dr. N S Murthy, Former Professor of ECE, NITW ; Dr. Anil Kumar V, IIITH ; Dr. P Sri Hari, VNRVJIET, Hyderabad ; Dr. K M M Rao, Former Deputy Director, NRSC,Hyderabad. ECE Faculty To improve knowledge in the area of Signals, Systems and Random Variables
2. VLSI Design-Emerging opportunities for R&D 11.05.16 to 13.05.16 Mr Srini Gutta, Vice President, InVecas, Hyd. , Mr. Ramu Konduri, Director, InVecas, Hyd., Dr. Moorthy Muthu Krishnan., Prof. and HOD,EEE,GNITS, Mr. Raja Bandi, Director, LUCID VLSI , Mr R S Sai Ram, Research Scholar, IITH, Hyderabad, Mr. Srikar, Chief AE, Entuple Technologies ECE Faculty  
3. Digital Signal Processing – Fundamentals and Applications 30.11.15 to 05.12.15 Dr. P Laxminarayna, NERTU , Dr. Anil Kumar Vuppala, IIIIT, Hyd., Dr. Hemalatha, OU, Hyderabad , Dr. S K Sahoo, BITS, Hyderabad ECE Faculty  
4. VLSI Design using Cadence Tools 26th & 27th June, 2015 Mr. R S Sairam, Research Scholar, IITH ECE Faculty ECAD Lab and Research
5. “Electromagnetic Theory and Transmission lines with emphasis on MATLAB and ANSYS" One week 22nd - 27th December, 2014 DR.V.M. PANDHARIPANDE Professor & Former vice Chancellor of Dr. BAMU, Aurangabad. DR.PVD SOMASEKHAR RAO, Professor of ECE, JNTUH Dr. K. Srinivasa Rao Professor of ECE, CBIT. Mr. R S Sai Ram IITH, Hyderabad. DR.NVSN SARMA, NIT, WARANGAL Dr. Raghavendra Rao Scientist ‘G’, RCI. Dr. V. Sarala Scientist ‘F’, RCI. Dr. M. Chakravarthy Scientist ‘G’, DLRL. DR.SVSSNGK MURTHY DIAT PUNE ECE Faculty Basic Electromagnetic Theory and Maxwell equations in air-dielectric and semiconductor medium. Understanding and Recent developments in Transmission line analysis.
6. Technical Staff Development Program 20th to 22nd December 2013 Technical persons from DLRL, National Instrumentation, Trident Tech Labs, Physitech Electronics Technical staff from various colleges
  • Lab View Software
  • MATLAB
  • XILINXS
  • Embedded Systems
  • Digital storage Oscilloscope
Spectrum
  • Analyzer
7. FDP on “Advanced VLSI System Design Two Weeks (17th -29th June 2013) Dr.Govindacharyulu, Vasavi College of Engineering. Mr.P.Parameswara Rao, SEER Academi. Mr.E.Debasish Patra, CADENCE TOOLS Mr. Manash Raiguru, CADENCE TOOLS Dr. K.Shiva Kumar, MOTOROLA Mr. Srinivasa Raju, Scientist-D, DRDO Mr M. Sarath kanth, coreEL Technologies. Dr.M.Asha Rani, JNTU-Hyderabad Ms.V.Shilpa, AMD Dr.N.S.Murthy, NIT Warangal. Dr.S.R.Ramaswamy, Director DRDO. Ms.A.Deepthi, MVSR Engineering College Dr.ChandraSekhar, Deputy Director, BDL. ECE ,EEE,CSE Faculty (Nation wide) Introduction to CADENCE Tool and Design of Analog and Digital circuits with CADENCE Tool. Custom IC Design. Low power VLSI Concepts with Practicals.
8. FDP (Jr. Faculty) Three Days (22-6-2011 to 24-6-2011) Mr.Ravi Chandra. Prof.Sri.CVijaya sree P.S.N.Reddy J.V.Subramanyam G.Padmaja ECE Faculty Training to Junior faculty
9. Refreshment course on EDC 17th -28 th June 2013 Professors from SNIST,MVRSIT, ACE,GCET Faculty of ECE Dept. EDC course as per JNTUH
10. “Blooms Taxonomy” 2. Blooms Taxonomy ” 30-07-2012 Dr.L.Mrudula, I/C-CACHE Prof.N.V.L.Addanki,HOD, EEE All Faculty  
11. “CADENCE & Mentor Graphics” 25-6-2012 & 26-6-2012 Mr.E.Debasish Patra Mr. Manash Raiguru From CADENCE Tools team ECE Faculty  
12. Value Orientation programme for Teachers 21-6-2012 & 22-6-2012 Swami Jnanadananda, Director, Ramakrishna math All Faculty  

Guest Lectures

Sl. No Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Duration Resource persons Target Audience Uses
1Digital Signal Processing -28.03.2018Mr. A.Shankar, Associate Professor, ECE, GCETIII Year Latest advancements in Digital Image Processing
2Applications of Digital Signal Processing-17.03.2018Dr. Anil Kumar Vuppala , IIIT, HyderabadIII Year Relevance of DSP in different fields.
3The baton is in your hands & YOU meet youIn association with IEEE WIE AG & Gender Champions-UGC03.03.2018Ms. Dibya Maheswari, Software Engineer Analyst, M/s Accenture Solutions Pvt. Ltd. & Ms. Sridatri Panda, Manager, Talent Development, M/s Optum Global Solutions, Hyderabad2nd Year EEE and ECE StudentsDevelop Leadership Qualities, understanding your potential.
4Fundamentals of Analog Communications and Stochastic Process 02.03.2018Dr. K. Yedukondalu, Professor of ECE, CVR College of Engineering, Ibrahimpatnam.II Year Knowledge of Stochastic Process and its inference in Analog Communications
5Introduction to Advanced Micro-Controllers. 24.02.2018Ms. B. Bhavani, Assistant Professor, ECE, MVSR Engineering College, Nadergul.III Year Students Additional topics beyond syllabus
6Hardware-in-Loop Simulation (HILS) Technology for validation of Avionics S/W & H/WIEEE SB Chapter, GCET04.01.2018Mr. Rajesh S Karvande, Scientist-E,DHILS,RCI,DRDOIV Year Students and IEEE Members of 2nd and 3rd Year B.Tech.Hardware - Software co Design, Industry Perspective
7Evolution of 5GIEEE SB Chapter, GCET10.20 AM to 11.50 AM on 31.10.2017Mr. Vara Prasad Karamchedu, Director of Technical Solutions & Business Development, Award Solutions Inc., UK III Year Students Latest innovations in the field of Wirelesss Communications
8"Motivational Lecture to join Defense Services"IEEE SB Chapter, GCET20.10.2017Col.V M Swamy, Retd., Karimnagar Div.III Year Students Job Opportunities
9Carbon Nanotube Field Emission Cathodes and CharacterizationISTE Students Chapter10.30 AM to 12.30 PM on 13.04.2017Dr M Ravi, Scientist 'F', Microwave Tube Research & Development Centre (MTRDC), DRDO Laboratory,Bangalore.1st Year Students & H&S FacultyLatest innovations in IC Technology.
10Latest Trends in Space Craft Technology : Indian Scenario ( Guest Lecture / Half-Day Tutorial )IEEE Education Society - Hyd. Section10.00 AM to 1.30 PM on 07.04.2017Sri.N.Lakshmi Narayana,  Scientist 'H',   Dy.General Manager, ISTRAC, ISRO, Bengaluru.IEEE Members + Final Year StudentsKnowledge on Satellite Communication , Growth potential etc.
11Virtual RealityIEEE SB Chapter, GCET10 AM to 12.30 PM on 02.09.2016Dr. T P Sasikumar, Former Space Scientist, Chairman - ShikshaFinal Year ECE StudentsImage Processing, Digital World, Imaging
12Being a Smart EngineerIEEE SB Chapter, GCET1.30 PM to 4.00 PM on 02.09.2016Dr. T P Sasikumar, Former Space Scientist, Chairman - ShikshaThird Year ECE StudentsQualities expected of a student after he graduates
13Electro Magnetic Interference and CompatibilityIEEE SB Chapter, GCET9.45 AM to 12.15 PM on 16.07.2016Mr. Sandeep Satav, Scientist-F, Group Head, EMI-EMC Technology Centre, RCI, Hyderabad3rd Yr. ECE studentsElectromagnetism and its advantages.
14Network Transformation & Road to 5 GIEEE SB Chapter, GCET11.15 AM to 12.45 PM. On 23.06.2016Mr. Vara Prasad Karamchedu, Director of Technical Solutions & Business Development, Award Solutions Inc., UKIEEE Members - 3rd Yr. ECE + 4th Yr. ECE studentsImprovements in technology from 1G to 5G. Challenges in the implementation of 5G Wireless technology.
15Awareness Program on Remote SensingIEEE SB Chapter, GCET2 PM to 4 PM 15.03.2016Mr. M Suryanarayana . Retd. Sc/Engr. "SE", NRSC, ISRO.IV th B.Tech StudentsUnderstanding of Remote Sensing and its advantages were discussed.
16IEEE and ProfessionalismIEEE SB Chapter, GCET2 PM to 4 PM on 17.02.2016Dr. S C Bhargava, Ex. IEEE Chair, Hyderabad SectionIEEE Student Members and Non- MembersImportance of Ethics and Professionalism for IEEE Members.
17Data Base Management Systems & Programming Concepts-1.30 PM to 4.00 PM on 18.12.2015Dr. Jey Veerasamy , Erik Jonson School of Engg. & Computer Science, The University of Texas at DallasIIIrd and IV th B.Tech StudentsHow Data is going to be important for analysis.
18Signal Processing ---One Day (01-04- 2015)Dr.V.G.Suryakanth, IIIT, HyderabadIII B.Tech ECE Students Applications of Signal Processing.
19Circuit to system level practical Microwave educationIEEE Hyderabad Section MTT/AP/EMI SocietyOne Day (27-09-2014)Dr.S.K.Koul IIT, DelhiIV B.Tech ECE studentsDesign of Microwave circuits, components, and systems.
20Applications of Signal Processing and Speech Processing. One Day (11-09-2014)Dr. Anil Kumar Vuppala , IIIT, HyderabadIV B.Tech ECE studentsApplication of digital signal processing principles and practices in speech signal processing domain. An emphasis was made on speech and image processing applications.
21 Pattern Recognition  application in digital image processing   26-02-2014 Dr.P.Narahari sastry Professor-ECE-CBIT IV –ECE STUDENTS Applications in digital image processing
22 Recent Trends in Operating System   04-02-2014 Dr. K. Venugopal, Professor,GNIST,Hyderabad III-ECE Students Operating Systems
23 ARDUINO Environment for Embedded System   24-01-2014 Prof. C.R. Sharma, Dept. of ECE,SVIT, Hyderabad III-Year ECE Students AURDINO for Designing of Embedded System
24 Introduction to Digital Signal Processing   06-01-2014 Dr. K.Subba Rao, HOD,ECE,CBIT, Hyderabad IV-ECE Students Introduction to Digital Signal processing
25. Image Processing and Its Applications   25-07-2013 Dr.K.M.M.Rao, Formally Deputed Director,NRSC IV B.Tech ECE Students Advancement in Image Processing and usage.
26. Focus on Initiating and enhancing Eco friendly Technology in Electronics Engineering   21-12-2013 Dr.P.Mamatha NCCCM/BARC Hyderabad II and IV ECE Students Design and development of Eco friendly Electronic Systems.
27. Nano electronics & low power electronics   19-12-2013 Dr.M.Jagadesh Kumar IITD III and IV ECE Students To educate students in VLSI technology.
28. Motivating Students in reaching Their Goals   17-09-2013 Mr. Syed Noor, Md. Shakir, ETS, Hyderabad IV B.Tech ECE Students To motivate students in reaching their goals.
29. Baseband to Band pass Communication Systems   27-02-2013 Dr.P.Srihari, Prof. & HOD, EIE, GITAM University- HYD All ECE Students Useful in Digital Communications(ASK,FSK and PSK)
30. Technical Problems faced by Electronic Engineers in Industries   18-01-2013 Sri. V.Srihari, CEO, Sitra Infotech, Hyderabad All ECE Students To fill the gap between industry and institute.
31. Space Borne Instrumentation    05-10-2012 Dr. Syed Maqbool Ahmed, Prof. In Central University II ECE Students Instrumentation applications in Space.
32. Field Aspects of Electrical Engineering   26-09-2012 Sri. P. Kondanda Ramaiah, Retd.CE,APSEB All ECE and EEE Student  
33. Awareness for Employability & Enhancing skills for employability   17-08-2012 ASPIRING MINDS ASSESSMENT IV ECE Students How to with stand in the market.
34. Science Direct   01-08-2013 Elsevier Members IV ECE Students To highlight the effective usage of Science Direct.

Workshops

Sl. No Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Duration Resource persons Target Audience Uses
13D Printing WorkshopIEEE SB Chapter, GCET11.01.2018Trainer from M/S Robokart, MumbaiB.Tech 2nd and 3rd Year Students of ECE,CSE,EEE and MechKnow the intelligence in electronic systems, for use in prototyping.
2Wireless TechnologyIEEE SB Chapter, GCET03.03.2018ECE - 2A Students ( Eswar Hemant and G Sai Pooja )B.Tech 2nd Year Students of ECE and EEELearning basics of Transmitter and Receiver, appreciate wireless technology using Breadboard.
3VLSI Design using Cadence ToolsIEEE SB Chapter, GCET and IETE03.03.2018 to 04.03.2018Mr. G Venkat Rao and Mr. B Jugal KishoreB.Tech 3rd Year Students of ECEExposure to Lab, not covered in their syllabus for Digital and Analog Designs.
4Workshop on VLSI Design using Cadence ToolsIEEE SB Chapter, GCET and IETE13.03.2017 to 15.03.2017Prof.Arifuddin Sohel, MJCET, B Jugal Kishore ,Asst. Prof., ECE G Venkat Rao , Asst. Prof. ,ECEB.Tech 3rd Year Students of ECETo be aware of EDA Tools for Digital and Analog Design.
5Lab View WorkshopIEEE SB Chapter, GCET25.02.2016 to 26.02.2016National Instruments Systems(India) Pvt. Ltd, BangaloreB.Tech 3rd Year Students of ECETo help students learn Labview software to build DSP/DIP projects on their own.
6Embedded System Design with Hands-on Experience 12.06.2015 to 30.06.2015Mr. Sandeep, Technical Assistant Mr. R.Vikas, Technical Director Techno Tran Private LimitedIIIrd and IVth yearTo provide students hands on experience on Embedded System Design concepts.
7Application of DSP/DIP using lab view 25.11.2015Mr. G Karthik , Intello Global Solutions, HyderabadIIIrd yearPractical approach towards application of DSP using Labview to the students.
8Data Networking-Routing and Switching 12.06.2015 to 30.06.2015Mr. T Anil Kumar, Manager,Vision NetworksIIIrd and IVth yearTo develop deep understanding on Data networks, routing and switching concepts.
9Application of DSP/DIP using lab view 24.09.2014 to 25.09.2014Mr. G Karthik and Mr. P. Vamsi Krishna, Intello Global Solutions, HyderabadIIIrd yearPractical approach towards application of DSP using Labview to the students.
10VLSI System Design and programming 18.02.2014 to 22.02.2014Seer AcademyIIIrd and IVth yearTo improvise skills of the students on VLSI Design fundamentals and programming skills
11PCB Design and Fabrication 27.12.2013Mr. V. Anil, Production EngineerIInd and IIIrdTo improvise skills of the students on PCB manufacturing process and to make them capable of designing own project based on PCB's.

Additional Skills

The following additional co-curricular activities have been undertaken towards the attainment of the PEOs

Bhaswara:

This is a National Level Annual Technical Event being held for the last 8 years in the college. Under the above national annual event many programs are conducted which encourage students to hone their skills in various aspects. A few of the programs are listed below:

  • Paper Presentation
  • Project Presentation
  • Poster Presentation
  • Technical Quiz
  • Robotics

Department News Letter:

A news letter is being published by Department of ECE by name "Techno Digest". A team of students are involved in collecting technical articles and designing & publishing it. This team contains students from 2nd, 3rd & 4th years. Enthusiastic and capable students are taken into the team. Information about various events hosted by the Department and achievements of the students of the department is collected and posted in the news letter by the student coordinator team. Total 15 number of issues released by the department.


EDC & NEN:

Entrepreneurship is fast emerging as another dimension facilitating students to understand nuances of being an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship is a mindset which needs to be cultivated in the students. It's a new thought process which needs to be combined with the technical curriculum thereby enabling students to explore the possibility of becoming an entrepreneur in the long run if interested. The faculty plays a vital role in inculcating this concept to students. The institution provides all support to the students who wish to prepare a prototype or enhance a particular version to test it.

In this regard, the college with the help of National Entrepreneur Network supports students in conducting workshops on varied topics ranging from the basic awareness to investments. The institution also encourages activities such as setting up a campus enterprise and other real time interactive mentoring sessions with entrepreneurs. The e-cell of Geethanjali College of Engineering & Technology referred to as "Idea Dimension" is a strong one consisting of members from all the branches of UG programs.

2017-18 Events

SL.NO.Name of the EventDescriptionDate of the EventChief Guest/SpeakerLocation
1Entrepreneur Educators ProgramFaculty training on WF100 and WF101 e-courses20th June 2017Dr. Radhika MeenakshiMLRIT
2Team Leaders Recruitment (2017-18)The previous team members were recruited as Team Leads by the E-Leaders16th August 2017----------------GCET
3Team Members Recruitments (2017-18)The new members for the Idea Dimension NEN 2015-2016 batch were recruited. They were made to go through three rounds. A GD, JAM and Personal Interview rounds respectively.16th August 2017----------------GCET
4E-Leaders MeetIt is a intercollege meet of all the E-leaders representing their E-cell .21st September 2017----------------Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology
5(E-Week) Suit up To run a virtual company28th February 2018----------------GCET
6(E-Week) The MeMe MachineThe participant has to generate a MeMe.28th February 2018----------------GCET
7(E-Week) Ad-MakingCreating an ad on spot for a given product3rd March 2018----------------GCET
8(E-Week) Caption WritingGiving a caption to a situation or a picture3rd March 2018----------------GCET
9(E-Week) Crisis Analysis Give ideas to benefit a company in trouble3rd March 2018----------------GCET
10(E-Week) Open MicAn event where performers take turns going on a stage to showcase their talent5th March 2018----------------GCET
11(E-Week) PheonixYou will be leading a company which got bankrupted now it's time for you to rise it again and make it prominent.5th March 2018----------------GCET
12(E-Week) Quote MakerBased on the given theme or condition the participant must write a quote5th March 2018----------------GCET
13(E-Week) Business ExtemporeThe participant will be given a business related topic and he must give an impromptu speech for atleast a minute5th March 2018----------------GCET
14(E-Week) Hell of an interviewAn interview of the candidate will be taken putting him/her through some serious pressure to see if he/she can withstand it.5th March 2018----------------GCET
15(E-Week) Stock MarketIt's an event that attempts to reproduce or duplicate some or all features of a live stock market so that a player may gain experience by practice trading stocks without financial risk.28th February to 5th March 2018----------------GCET
16(E-Week) Who sells the bestIt is an event where a team has to sell random products5th March 2018----------------GCET

2016-17 Events

SL.NO.Name of the EventDescriptionDate of the EventChief Guest/SpeakerLocation
1Team Leaders Recruitment (2016-17)The previous team members were recruited as Team Leads by the E-Leaders14th July 2016----------------GCET
2Team Members Recruitments (2016-17)The new members for the Idea Dimension NEN 2015-2016 batch were recruited. They were made to go through three rounds. A GD, JAM and Personal Interview rounds respectively.14th July 2016----------------GCET
3Entrepreneurship awareness campTwo students shortlisted by JNTUH to attend the work -shop on Entrepreneurship awareness30th and 31st August 2016----------------JNTUH
4Young India ChallengeThe CL,Young India Challenge is a country wide, innovative challenge where the student of the college will be tested against other enterprising youngsters from the country6th September 2016Shiva Krishna (CL Educate)GCET
5Induction ProgramThe Induction Ceremony was conducted for the new recruits of NEN Idea Dimension 2015-16.13th September 2016Rahul Jain (Founder, Easy Commute)GCET
6My story sessionInspirational talk by young entrepreneurs27th September 2016Mr. KashyapGCET
7BaggitA training program for the students.28th September 2016------------------Padmavati Enterprise
8Workshop on Cyber securityA workshop conducted by "Hackers Day"13/4/17 GCET

2015-16 Events

SL.NO.Name of the EventDescriptionDate of the EventChief Guest/SpeakerLocation
1Team Leaders Recruitment(2015-16)The previous team members were recruited as Team Leads by the E-Leaders16th July 2015------------------GCET
2Team Members Recruitments (2015-16)The new members for the Idea Dimension NEN 2015-2016 batch were recruited. They were made to go through three rounds. A GD, JAM and Personal Interview rounds respectively24th and 25th July 2015------------------GCET
3Friendship Day StallAll the Idea Dimension NEN members involved in making handmade greeting cards and friendship bands and arranged a sale for the same31st July 2015------------------GCET
4Webinar1The first webinar which was conducted by NEN for academic year 2015-1620th August 2015------------------Online
5Induction ProgramThe Induction Ceremony was conducted for the new recruits of NEN Idea Dimension 2015-16.13th September 2015Mandakini Rao (Freelancer)GCET
6Wall StreetThe event "Wall Street" was conducted by Archana Dash (TL of Creative Dept. ). The Event was targeted to improve the entrepreneurship skill of NEN members28th September 2015------------------GCET
7Entrepreneurship awareness campTwo students shortlisted by JNTUH to attend thw work shop on Entrepreneurship awareness29th and 30th September 2015------------------JNTUH
8My story SessionA guest talk on his life towards entrepreneurship2nd January 2016Arvind (Movie maker)GCET
9Cheeryal SurveyA survey in the village to provide self employment to an unemployed.3rd February 2016------------------Cheeryal Village
10EWEEK 2016 Stock marketInvesting virtual money and learning about the real stock market15th February 2016-------------------GCET
11PheonixThe participants were given issues related to business ventures and they had to analyze the issue and suggest idea for the company15th February 2016------------------GCET
12B-MartStall for selling hand made jewellery16th February 2016------------------GCET
13B-PlanEach group will have a pitch a new startup idea and elaborate on how much the budget would be16th February 2016------------------GCET
14Guest lectureGuest lectures by entrepreneurs to boost up our e-cell members16th February 2016L.Harsha Director of Agro pvt. Ltd.GCET
15O captain my captain 17th February 2016 GCET
16Guest lectureGuest lectures by entrepreneurs to boost up our e-cell members17th February 2016Kaushik Director Spaceman and mamoothGCET
17Finicky CreationsMaking something best out of waste material18th February 2016------------------GCET
18Smash JamIt was one of a kind of event. This was the same old one minute JAM plus a twist of the smash18th February 2016------------------GCET
19Picture PerspectiveAn event designed to combine both caption writing and picture description18th February 2016------------------GCET

2014-15 Events

SL.NO.Name of the EventDescriptionDate of the EventChief Guest/SpeakerLocation
12 Weeks FDP on EntrepreneurshipFaculty was trained on how to encourage entrepreneurship23rd June 2014 to 5th July2014---------------GCET
2Team Member Recruitments(2014-15)The new members for the Idea Dimension NEN 2014-2015 batch were recruited. They were made to go through three rounds. A GD, JAM and Personal Interview rounds respectively26th July 2014 to August 5th 2014---------------
3Induction CeremonyThe Induction Ceremony was conducted for the new recruits of NEN Idea Dimension 2014-15.7th August 2014Rahul Krishnan (Guinness World Record Holder)GCET
4Webinar 1The first webinar which was conducted by NEN20th August 2014Dr. RosaONLINE
5NEN Faculty Leaders Consulting Meet1st NEN Faculty Leaders Consulting Meet21st August 2014Vishnu Priyakasturbha Gandhi College
6Webinar 2The second webinar conducted by NEN16th September 2014Rhadika MeenakshiONLINE
7Ad MakingIt was a perfect blend of team work and creativity18th September 2014--------------GCET
8Smash JAMIt was one of a kind of event. This was the same old one minute JAM plus a twist of the smash20th September 2014---------------GCET
9Stock Market BasicsIt was a workshop on a competition called stock market to be played with a dummy stock market using a blog24th September 2014---------------GCET
10NEN MartThis was a sale of handmade jewellery, cup cakes, homemade candles16th October 2014---------------GCET
11NEN Faculty Leaders Consulting Meet3rd NEN Faculty Leaders Consulting Meet28th October 2014Vishnu PriyaMuffakham jah College
12Swachh BharathStudents took part in Clean India mission28th October 2014---------------Neredmet
13Tata First Dot WorkshopWorkshop about Tata First Dot29th October 2014Vishnu Priya and Radhika MeenakshiVasavi college of Engineering
14E-WeekSeveral competitions held in the week Ad making, Idea of the day, Business Idea23rd February to 28th February---------------GCET

Guest Lectures/ Seminars/ Workshops/conferences

Workshops, Seminars and Guest Lectures are regularly conducted for students to enhance their knowledge, motivate and create interest in them, promote professional ethics, improve interpersonal skills, help update themselves to current trends and technologies that would enable them to excel in their professional career. Some of the Workshops/ Seminars/ Guest Lectures are

  • Mind Control Activities
  • A road map to the future of Engineering Education
  • Becoming a better student
  • Communication skills & Personality development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Career Prospects
  • Goal Setting
  • Meditation
  • Time Management
  • Employability skills

NPTEL video classes:

The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) is a Government of India sponsored collaborative educational programme. By developing curriculum-based video and web enabled courses the programme aims to enhance the quality of engineering education in India. It is being jointly carried out by 7 IITs and IISc Bangalore, and is funded by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India.

The video courses in the programme comprises of approximately 40 one-hour lectures for each course and the web supplements contain sufficient information and knowledge that a teacher normally covers in approximately 40 lecture-hours. The contents are based on the model curriculum suggested by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the syllabi of major affiliating Universities such as Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh), Anna University (Tamil Nadu) and Visvesvaraya Technological University (Karnataka)

The main objective of NPTEL program is to facilitate students with supplemental information, more so in this era of non availability of quality teachers for some of the subjects there by providing them with good quality engineering education.

Sl. No. Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Duration Resource persons Target Audience Uses
1. One day project exhibition ‘ techexpo14’   1st march 2014   2nd ,3rd 4th year students  
2. Five Day Workshop on “VLSI system design & programming” IETE 18th -22th February 2014 Seer academy IV Year ECE Students To improve VLSI programming skills
3. Two Day Workshop on “PCB Design and Fabrication” ISTE 27th -28th December 2013 PGP Electronics Pvt. Ltd. II Year ECE Students To Design PCB
4. “Simplified VLSI Design using CADENCE Tools”   20-09-2012 to 22-09-2012 Mr.Debosish Patra, CADENCE Tools team    
5. Image Processing & Robotics   12-10-2012 and 13-10-2012 M/s.Roboquest, Bangalore    
6. PCB Design and Fabrication   27 -12-2013 and 28 -12-2013 PGP Electronics private limited, Hyderabad    
7. One day Workshop on “ Outcome based Engineering Education for Enhanced Employability”   25-01-2013 Dr. P. G.Shastri, Rtd. Prof. NIT Warangal All ECE Faculty To understand the difference between PO’s and PEO’s.
8. Motivating students in reaching their goals.   10-09-2012 Mr. Syed Noor,Md.Shakir, ETS, Hyderabad IV ECE Students To motivate students in reaching their goals.
9. One day workshop on ROBOTICS   17-08-2012 Auto Nikka club, GCET ll ECE Students Emerging trends in Robotics.
10. Workshops on Project work on ARM ISTE 21/03/2012 Unistring Tech Solutions IV Year ECE Design of Embedde Systems using ARM Processor
11. Workshops on Advanced Real time systems Development using PSOC ISTE 20/08/2011 Unistring Tech Solutions IV Year ECE & M.Tech Design of Embedded Systems using PSoC

Employability Skills Imparted

Centre for Advancement of Career and Human Excellence (CACHE) is the department of the college responsible for Career Guidance, Training, Placement and Entrepreneurship development. It is a unique initiative of Geethanjali. Its features are

  • Was started in 2005
  • Deals with Career Guidance, Training, Placements and Entrepreneurship
  • With the intention of enhancing the students understanding of employability.
  • Training imparted to students from their freshman year.
  • Trained to be an asset to their employers.
  • Various innovative methods of teaching are implemented
  • A special syllabus is planned keeping in view the industry requirements and constraints of regular syllabus.
  • Focus is on Communication Skills, Aptitude, and Soft Skills, developing the Confidence of Students, improving their Body Language, inculcating Creativity and into making them responsible individuals.
  • A special collection of books is maintained at CACHE to draw students to books and the healthy habit of reading.
  • Forging fruitful and mutually beneficial linkages with industries and professional organizations.
  • Getting live projects as well as providing placement assistance to its students.
  • By organizing key guest lectures and seminars.

The College gives utmost importance to improving the quality of the graduate student as this is an important aspect of the mission of the college. To that end, we spend considerable amount of time talking with students about their career and professional goals, concerns, and suggestions for improving their learning experience. Since its inception, the college has been continuously striving its best in working towards enhancing the professional culture to serve the needs of an ever-changing and dynamic learning community in an exemplary manner. The college has a Training & Placement cell (T&P cell) which guides the students on all aspects of career planning, job searching, and post-graduate studies. The objective of the cell, inter alia, are:

  1. To offer career guidance programs and to provide assistance and resources to support students in making real life connections to academic learning.
  2. To enable students to gain the skills, ability and confidence to transit successfully to further studies/work/self-employment or any other activity in which he/she lands deliberately or unwittingly.
  3. To provide services which expose students to infinite possibilities available in their future; to equip them with the tools they need to plan for future endeavors and to provide continued support and encouragement that they need to be successful in career as well as life.
  4. To enable students to evaluate various career options and embark on their career path to meet their interests by showing them how to assess their interests and talents.
  5. To help find answers to the following questions which pester students:
    • What am I going to do when I leave college?
    • Do I meet the entrance requirements of places of higher education?
    • Can I afford to study further?
    • Will I find a job in my chosen field and place?
    • Should I take a gap/break after college?
    • Are some places better to study than others?
    • Is my degree internationally recognized?
    • Will my job earn me the money to live the lifestyle I desire?

Finding answers to these questions is easy if one has a good understanding of himself/herself and his/her choice of careers. It is possible to find a career path for each individual which draws on their strengths and builds on areas requiring improvement.


Industry Institute Interaction

Advanced learners are encouraged to widen their technical exposure by nominating them to EXCITE program.

EXCITE is a 6-week product engineering workshop where students ideas are mentored by industry experts to convert them in to prototypes. This is an initiative to promote creativity and entrepreneurial skills in the students. This is coordinated by JNTUH and TASK (Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge).

  1. Three students each from II and III B.Tech(ECE) attended EXCITE workshop during summer of AY2016-17.
  2. Two students from II and three students III B.Tech(ECE) are nominated to attend EXCITE workshop during summer of AY2017-18

To equip students with knowledge of practical applications in the field, they are encouraged to undergo internships in industries.

  1. 60 Students from II and III B.Tech (ECE) did internship during AY2016-17 in ECIL, NFC, BHEL and Regional Telecom Training Centre (BSNL) .
  2. More than 100 students from II, III and IV B.Tech(ECE) are planned to attend internship during summer of AY2017-18 in ECIL, NFC, BHEL, DRDO and BEL.
  3. Three students are nominated to attend Internship in Airports Authority India, Begumpet, Hyderabad during summer of AY2017-18.

Industrial visits are arranged for students to enable them gain knowledge of real time applications.

  1. II B.Tech (ECE) students to Datalog Controls and Solutions Pvt Ltd., Hyderabad during September 2017 and. February 2018
  2. III B.Tech (ECE) students to National Institute of Amateur Radio, Hyderabad during March 2018.
  3. IV B.Tech (ECE) students to Regional Telecom Training Centre (BSNL), Hyderabad on 23rd September 2017
  4. IV B.Tech (ECE) students to ICOMM TELE LIMITED, Hyderabad on 7th April 2017


Professional Bodies

ECE Department is actively involved in the following professional activities:

  1. IEEE
  2. IETE
  3. ISTE

The details of Professional societies / chapters and coordinators are given in the bellow table

Sl. No.Name of the Professional BodyConvenerMembership No.Started
1IEEEMr. S Vasu Krishna920837532011
 IEEE - CAS ChapterProf. O V P R Siva Kumar938426282018
 IEEE - WIE AGDr. M Aruna Bharathi947295162016
2IETEMr. P SudhakarM2304242008
3ISTEMs. S JyothirmayeeLM794122011

IEEE:

IEEE student Branch was started in the academic year 2010-2011. Prof. P. Vijaya Bhaskar –IEEE Member and IEEE Student chapter Coordinator. Dr.Vipula Singh –Member, to conduct workshops and Guest Lectures under IEEE Student Chapter for the benefit of students.

Convener : Mr. S Vasu Krishna

YearIEEE Student MembersIEEE Professional Members
201842 13
20174313
20167211
2015-9

IEEE FACULTY MEMBERS - Valid till 31-12-2018

S.NO. NAME OF THE FACULTYBRANCHMEMBERSHIP NUMBER
1Dr. S NAGENDER KUMARCSE91307487
2Dr. SREERAMA CHANDRA MURTHY DASIKA"93695604
3Dr. M ARUNA BHARATHIEEE94729516
4Dr. VIJAYA GUNTURUECE08051450
5Dr. R S RAJU"92999621
6Dr. C V NARASIMHULU"90759687
7Prof. O V SIVA KUMAR"93842628
8Dr. V SATYA SRINIVAS"90780505
9Mr. VENKATA RAMI REDDY"85031602
10Mrs. G SREE LAKSHMI"91183634
11Mr.S VASU KRISHNA"92083753
12Mr.P SUDHAKAR"93727536
13Mrs. T JYOTHIRMAYE"93845142

IEEE STUDENT MEMBERS + WIE + CAS valid till 31-12-2018

SNO ROLL NUMBERNAME OF THE STUDENTMEMBERSHIP NO.YEAR&SECTIONCAS WIE
116R11A0403Vishal Bangari94621586ECE - 2A Y
216R11A0409Sudeeksha Chintala94831612"YY
316R11A0412Divya Kishore94837742" Y
416R11A0421Sai Dikshith Katakam94621087" Y
516R11A0422Vanguri Sai Shubhang94881419" Y
616R11A0425Pratyusha M94881532" Y
716R11A0427Eswar Hemant Majeti94615171"YY
816R11A0438Vaishnavi Varma Alluri94881497" Y
917R15A0402Pooja Erelli94801101" Y
1017R15A0404Pavani Potta94801865" Y
1117R15A0407Ganga Banoth94801111" Y
1216U51A0476Saipooja Gadi94621203" Y
1315R11A04L9Vishal Macherla94881514" Y
1416R11A0450Aleshia Avinash94609431ECE - 2BYY
1516R11A0451Tulsi Bandaru94615294"YY
1616R11A0459Jitendra Singh Tomar94852007" Y
1716R11A0462Himesh Bharadwaj Kachiraju94842971"YY
1816R11A0474Surya Teja P94848671"YY
1916R11A0485Subrat Mohanty94843011"YY
2016R11A0488Viswa Prakash Chary Vadla94857519"YY
2116R11A0493Uday Sai Vemula94957388" Y
2216R11A04C4Sanjay Mandula94728307ECE - 2C Y
2316R11A04N8Praneet Kumar Jain94874755ECE - 2E Y
2415R11A0472Sai Jaya Madhavi Dharanikota94744764ECE - 3BYY
2515R11A04E9Bhuvaneswari Neelikottam94466459ECE - 3CYY
2615R11A04F4Mahendra Reddy Paluri94522473" Y
2715R11A04F6Nikitha Reddy Peddakondreddy Gari94624079" Y
2814R11A0486K Sai Vineeth Goud93866548ECE - 4B Y
2914R11A04A2Abhigna Pasam93861661" Y
3014R11A04A5Sreevardhan Reddy94509842" Y
3114R11A04B5Pavan Kumar Vecha94634917" Y
3216R11A0225Maha Lakshmi Kidambi Sreenivas94812047EEE - 2A Y
3316R11A0257Afreen Noor Patel94812051EEE - 2B Y
3416R11A0265Chanchala Vaishnavi94858202" Y
3516R11A0285Nikhil Indu Kashyap Mahankali94858238" Y
3615R11A0232Yaswanth Reddy Kotte94092176EEE - 3 Y
3715R11A0233Yashwanth Kotha94008304" Y
3815R11A0249Bhargavi Sambarapu94738723" Y
3916R11A0510Swathi Danturi94751047CSE - 2A Y
4016R11A0524Saipriya Katkam94751532" Y
4115R11A0562Shanmukha Bruhadroop Addepalli94752979CSE - 3B Y
4215R11A05D5Shravani Ega94751001CSE - 3C Y

Guest Lectures

Sl.No.Name of the EventDate(s) of the EventDurationResource PersonsAudience
1" The baton is in your hands " & " YOU meet you " ( Inspiring Talks )03.03.2018 1.45 PM to 3.45 PMMs. Dibya Maheswari, Software Engineer, Accenture & Ms. Sridatri Panda, Manager, TalentB.Tech 2nd Year EEE and ECE Students ( In association with IEEE WIE AG & Gender Champions-UGC )
2Hardware-in-Loop Simulation (HILS) Technology for validation of Avionics S/W & H/W04.01.201810.30 AM to 11.30 AMMr. Rajesh S Karvande, Scientiest-E,DHILS,RCI,DRDOB.Tech 4th Year and IEEE Members of 2nd and 3rd Year ECE Branch
3Evolution of 5 G31.10.201711.15 AM to 12.45 PMMr. Vara Prasad Karamchedu, Director of Technical Solutions & Business Development, Award Solutions Inc., UKB.Tech 3rd Yr. ECE students
4Motivational Lecture to join Defence Services20.10.201710.20 AM to 11.20 AMCol. V M Swamy, Retd., Karimnagar Division.B.Tech 3rd Yr. ECE students
5Latest Trends in Space Craft Technology : Indian Scenario07.04.201710.00 AM to 1.30 PMSri. N.Lakshmi Narayana, Scientist 'H', Dy.General Manager, ISTRAC, ISRO, Bengaluru. IEEE Members + Final Year Students ( In Association with IEEE Education Society - Hyd.Section )
6Virtual Reality02.09.201610 AM to 12.30 PMDr. T P Sasikumar, Former Space Scientist, Chairman - Shiksha4th Year ECE Students
7Being a Smart Engineer02.09.20161.30 PM to 4.00 PMDr. T P Sasikumar, Former Space Scientist, Chairman - Shiksha3rd Year ECE Students
8Electro Magnetic Interference and Compatibility16.07.20169.45 AM to 12.15 PMMr. Sandeep Satav, Scientist-F, Group Head, EMI-EMC Technology Centre, RCI, Hyderabad3rd Year ECE Students
9Network Transformation & Road to 5 G23.06.201611.15 AM to 12.45 PM.Mr. Vara Prasad Karamchedu, Director of Technical Solutions & Business Development, Award Solutions Inc., UKIEEE Members - 3rd Year ECE + 4th Year ECE students
10Awareness Program on Remote Sensing15.03.20162.00 PM to 4.00 PMMr. M Suryanarayana . Retd. Sc/Engr. "SE", NRSC, ISRO.4th Year ECE Students
11IEEE and Professionalism17.02.20162.00 PM to 4.00 PMDr. S C Bhargava, Ex. IEEE Chair, Hyderabad SectionIEEE Student Members and Non- Members
12Circuit to system level practical Microwave education27-09-1409.30 AM to 04.00 AMDr.S.K.Koul IIT, DelhiIV B.Tech ECE students ( In association with IEEE Hyderabad Section MTT/AP/EMI Society )

Workshops

Sl.No.Name of the EventDate(s) of the EventDurationResource PersonsAudience
1VLSI Design using Cadence Tools03.03.2018 to 04.03.20182 DaysMr. G Venkat Rao and Mr. B Jugal Kishore B.Tech 3rd Year Students of ECE
33D Printing Workshop11.01.201809.30 AM to 04.30 AMTrainer from M/S Robokart, MumbaiB.Tech 2nd and 3rd Year Students of ECE,CSE,EEE and Mech
4VLSI Design using Cadence Tools13.03.2017 to 15.03.20173 DaysProf.Arifuddin Sohel, MJCET B Jugal Kishore ,Asst. Prof., ECE G Venkat Rao , Asst. Prof. ,ECEB.Tech 3rd Year Students of ECE

Technical Competitions

Sl.No.Name of the EventDate(s) of the EventDurationResource PersonsAudience
1IEEE Xtreme 11.0 Coding Competition14.10.2017 and 15.10.201705.30 AM on 14.10.17 to 05.30 AM on 15.10.17Procter - Mr. S Vasu Krishna, Associate Professor, ECE, IEEE Student Branch Counselor, GCET. B.Tech students - ECE and CSE : 4 Teams ( 3 Members each )
2IEEE Xtreme 10.0 Coding Competition22.10.2016 and 23.10.201605.30 AM on 22.10.16 to 05.30 AM on 23.10.16Procter - Mr. P V S Maruthi Rao, Vice Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section and Mr. S Vasu Krishna, Associate Professor, ECE, IEEE Student Branch Counselor, GCET. B.Tech students - ECE and CSE : 4 Teams ( 3 Members each )
3Technical Colloquim17.09.201610.00 AM to 04.30 PM on 17.09.16 Mr. Madhav Negi, Mr. N Venkatesh, Ms. Revati Turaga, Mr. Konduru Srinivas B.Tech Students of our college and outside colleges..

IETE:

IETE student forum was started in the academic year 2008-09. Guest talks are being organized every semester under this IETE Students chapter in order to update the knowledge of students and the Faculty members. Other events like Engineers day Celebrations and Faculty Development Programs are also planned in each semester.
Mr. P Sudhakar

List of the faculty with IETE membership:

S.NoNameDesignationIETE membership number
1Dr. C. Venkata NarasimhuluProfessorF-198458
2K Somasekhara RaoProfessorF-230409
3D. Venkata Rami ReddyAssociate ProfessorF-230411
4P.SudhakarAssociate ProfessorM-230424
5S.JyothirmayeeAssociate ProfessorM-230423
6A. ShankerAssociate ProfessorM-230425
7Dr. V. Satya SrinivasAssociate ProfessorM500096L
8B. SreelathaAssociate ProfessorM500097L
9U.AppalarajuAssociate ProfessorM500098L
10R.OdaiahAssociate ProfessorM500099L
11G.SreelakshmiAssociate ProfessorM500100L
12M.LaxmiAssociate ProfessorM500101L
13S.Krishna PriyaAssociate ProfessorM500102L
14S. Vasu KrishnaAssociate ProfessorM500103L
15M.MuthammaAssistant ProfessorMEMBER
16P. Sneha Naga SilpaAssistant ProfessorMEMBER
17M.Krishna ChaitanyaAssistant ProfessorM500105L
18B. Jugal KishoreAssistant ProfessorM500106L
19Y. Naga LakshmiAssistant ProfessorM500107L
20M.KrishnaAssistant ProfessorM500108L
21L. KavyaAssistant ProfessorAM500144L
22Ch. AnushaAssistant ProfessorMEMBER
23S. Vijaya LakshmiAssistant ProfessorMEMBER
24S. Rama DeviAssistant ProfessorMEMBER
25V. SiddharthaAssistant ProfessorMEMBER
26A. SubramanyamAssistant ProfessorM 500111
27V.Venkata LakshmiAssistant ProfessorAM-201919
28J. BharathiAssistant ProfessorAM-236721

List of Student members

S.NoName of the StudentRoll NoSex M/FClassBranch
1Nettem Tanmayee13R11A04D3 F3-CECE
2B.Vineeth Reddy13R11A0407 M3-AECE
3Md.Khaleel14R11A0491 M2-BECE
4Srivaths Puranam15R11A04G0M1-CECE
5Avula Sai Meghana13R11A04A5 F3-CECE
6Lalith Kumar Kola13R11A0423 M3-AECE
7Gayathri Kalidindi13R11A04C0 F3-CECE
8Akhila Kulkarni13R11A04A3 F3-CECE
9Mandula Nagarani13R11A04D0 F3-CECE
10Umadevi Bajantri13R11A04A9 F3-CECE
11Bingi Shekar13R11A0457M3-BECE
12A Manasa Mudaliar13R11A04C7 F3-CECE
13Mounica Kanakamedala13R11A04B9 F3-CECE
14T Ravali13R11A04E5 F3-CECE
15Vaishnavi Sridhar13R11A04F0 F3-CECE
16Poligopu Niharika 13R11A04E0 F3-CECE
17 KULAKCHERLA.RAGINI13R11A04C3 F3-CECE
18Harika Manepalli13R11A04D1 F3-CECE
19Gireddy Keerthana Reddy13R11A04B6 F3-CECE
20Badhini Siddhartha Goud 15R11A04C4M1-CECE
21Paty Vandana 14R11A04A3F 2-BECE
22Bhuvana Neelikottam15R11A04E9F1-CECE

Recent activities organized under IETE

1. TECHEXPO 2017, a regional level Hardware and software project competition is conducted on 12th April, 2017.
2. A one week Faculty Development Program has been conducted by the Department on “Fundamentals of Signals, Systems and Random variables with Hands-on sessions using MATLAB” during 5th -10th, June 2017.

GCET is the organizational member of IETE

ISTE:

ISTE Student chapter was started at Geethanjali college of Engineering and Technology, R.R. District in the year 2011. It was admitted by the Executive Council as Institutional Member of the society. The first year and second year students are encouraged to enroll as members of ISTE society.
Ms. S Jyothirmayee

Sl.No.Academic yearNo. of students who joined ISTE
12017-18 2
22016-17NIL
32015-1620
42014-1516

List of ISTE FACULTY Members:

Sl.No.Academic yearNo. of students who joined ISTE
12017-18 2
22016-17NIL
32015-1620
42014-1516
S.NONameISTE Member No:
1Prof.B.Hari KumarLM 15994
2Dr.Vijaya GunturuLM 2233
3Dr.C. V. NarasimhuluLM 46992
4Dr. S.SuryanarayanaLM 95545
5Prof. K. Somasekhara RaoLM 79405
6Prof. O.V.P.R Siva KumarLM 121416
7Dr. V.Satya SrinivasLM 121412
8Mr.P. SudhakarLM 79409
9Mr. A. ShankarLM 79411
10Mr. D. Venkata Rami ReddyLM 31429
11Mrs. S. JyothirmayeLM 79412
12Mr. S. Vasu KrishnaLM 56964
13Mrs. G. Sreelakshmi LM 86000
14Mrs. B. MamathaLM 94883
15Mr.C.Suresh KumarLM 74253
16Mr.P.Naresh KumarLM 113033
17Ms.V.Indu PriyaLM 121413
18Ms.M.SowjanyaLM 121415
19
 Ms.A.SowjanyaApplication sent

List of ISTE Student Members:

S.No Roll NoStudent NameYear
1. 11R11A0432Kudupudi Satya SruthiIII
2. 11R11A0460Yerram SwapnikaIII
3. 11R11A0461Advaitha Sasi KumarIII
4. 11R11A0462Aerra Yadagiri SahithiIII
5. 11R11A0469Chaitali GIII
6. 11R11A0475Guda Raja Rathin ReddyIII
7. 11R11A0480Jalda Akhil KumarIII
8. 11R11A0481K.KavyaIII
9.11R11A0486Kodipyaka ShravaniIII
10.11R11A0489Muppala Venkata Sharath Kumar RaIII
11.11R11A0491Muvvala Venkata Lakshmi MounicaIII
12. 11R11A0493Natani SaitejaswiniIII
13.11R11A0497P SreelathaIII
14. 11R11A04A0Padma RenukaIII
15.11R11A04A3Paturu NikhitaIII
16.11R11A04A6Rekula AbhitejaIII
17. 11R11A04A5Putti Anantha Laxmi DharaniIII
18.11R11A04B1Sherkhane SarikaIII
19.11R11A04B5Vengala Setty TejeswariIII
20. 11R11A0447Sai Siri KsheerasagarIII
21.10R11A0463A Sushanth ChandraIV
22.10R11A0467Athyala MarkIV
23. 10R11A0475D SruthiIV
24.10R11A0476Dabbula ArchanaIV
25.10R11A0478Devabhaktuni Shiva CharanIV
26. 10R11A0486J. RamadeviIV
27.10R11A0485Gopichand MIV
28.10R11A04A2N AmithaIV
29.10R11A04A8Paritala Krishna SindhuIV
3017R11A0489Roshan Singh I
3117R11A04D4Paluri MadhuriI

Achievements (Faculty, Students, Alumni)

Achievements:

Summary of Participation of Students in Inter and Intra Institute Activities

Sl.No. Event Academic Year:2015-16 Academic Year:2016-17 Academic Year:2017-18
  No. of Students Achieved Prizes No. of Students Participated No. of Students Achieved Prizes No. of Students Participated No. of Students Achieved Prizes No. of Students Participated
1Work shops/ConferenceNA137NA64NA325
2Robotics/ Coding/ WebApplications6190901
3ISB/ Literary fest/ Quiz/ E-Jam2719302819192
4Paper presentation 523224611
5Projects presentation 283415835219
6Poster presentation 1515617
7Circuit making/ Apps/ MUN134300639
8Internship/ CoursesNA2NA39NA142
Total 544303732772946

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