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- Computer Science & Information Technology
- Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Applied Sciences & Humanities
Rapid developments in the field of technology have compelled every student to be a specialist in any chosen field, be it medical, engineering, accounting or marketing. The fields are so diverse and so many that it is quite difficult for a student to select a particular branch which should not only match his/ her interest but also should present an opportunity to find a successful career in industry as well as society. A good institution should be one, which can provide required standard of multidisciplinary exposure to students in this era of globalization. The College has selected five main branches for imparting sound theoretical and practical knowledge to the students. These branches cover majority of the fields in engineering and technology in which graduates are in good demand, and students can successfully build up their careers in the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Computer Science & Information Technology
(Bachelor of Engineering)
Introduction of Computers has greatly affected our everyday life. They govern our pattern of social, commercial and domestic life styles. Therefore, knowledge and efficient utilization of computer hardware and software are absolutely essential even for a common man. Computers can now be very effectively utilized to improve the quality of life of our society. And an engineer has an important role to play in meeting this aim.
Computer Science and Engineering Department at this College provides sound theoretical and practical knowledge to the students to become effective and efficient computer engineers through five well-equipped Labs. These Labs are equipped with three IBM /HCL servers and 340 desktop computers connected in Local Area Network over Star Topology through 100 Mbps. Switch and 10/100 Mbps Ethernet cards. The multimedia and Internet Labs are provided with a Pentium – III Pentium -IV CPU and their systems have been interfaced with the multimedia for effective utilization by students as well as faculty members.
The College is registered for MSDN Academic Alliance for all Microsoft Products and their updates, provided to all departments, students and faculty. The Digital System Design/ VHDL Lab has been provided with synaptic CAD and XLINX ISE tools for digital circuit design documentation, verification in HDL/ verilog language and down loading the design / programming the programmable devices such as CPLDs (XILINX and ALTERA) and FPGAs (XILINX) for physical verification of circuits. VHDL lab is also provided Tanner's complete Tools/Suite for Schematic Capturing, Designing, Implementing, Fab Design (Chip Layout) and Simulation for Digital as well as Analog system.
The College has membership of Oracle Academic Initiative for students in the department. Under this agreement, students can take benefits under OAI, such Free Oracle Software, discount on Oracle Certification examination etc. Details may be had from http://oai.oracle.com.
Computer Lab 4/ Project Lab facilitate with all desirable state of the art environments to carry out the projects undertaken by students during their four year course such as – Unix / Linux, Visual studio, JDK, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle 9i and IBM Rational Suite for Software Requirements, Design, Analysis and Testing in the field of Software Engineering.
Internet facility provided through 128 Kbps VSAT and radio link each to students and facilities for Research and Development.
Job opportunities are available in the areas : Software Designing, Software Development, Software Testing, System Analysis, Database Administrator, Networking, IT enabled services, Sales and Marketing, Teaching, Multimedia, Animation and Network Administration.
Electronics & Communication Engineering
(Bachelor of Engineering)
E-Convergence has already led to a sea change in the communication technology and major innovations in financial transactions in Commerce & Information Technology.
Communication can now be very quickly established at remote places using VSAT'S/INMARSAT'S etc. With the liberalization of the Govt. policies on communications, more and more facilities like OFC, WLL etc. are being added to the existing media. Needless to say, a communication engineer would find tremendous scope of work and challenge in the field of communication in near future. Also, a student of Communication Engineering would have to shoulder greater responsibilities and would be expected to have wider knowledge of fast changing technologies and their applications. To fulfil this aim, the Electronics & Communication Department has an extremely capable faculty having rich, wide and varied practical experience in the fields of Microwave Communication, Satellite Communication, Radar, Optical Communication and Electronics including VLSI Design.
The Satellite Lab at the College is equipped with four satellite-training systems and is one of the best labs under the M.D. University. The Microwave Lab has six ready-to-use sets of Microwave Test benches and conducts experiments on frequency and power measurement and conducts studies on the radiation pattern of various types of antennas.
The Communication Lab is well equipped with signal generators, oscilloscopes and experimental kits to conduct experiments on Amplitude, Frequency, and Phase modulation / demodulation as well as Amplitude, Frequency and Phase shift keying etc.
The Department also has well equipped optical fiber communication lab to help the students study data transmission through optical fiber. The PCB lab provides a platform for the students to study PCB designing. The department has Simulation lab to help the students to study and analyze analog and digital circuits using P-Spice, TANNER Pro for VLSI Design (Schematics, Simulation, Layout Synthesis etc.) etc.
State of the art laboratories namely: Micro-controller, Digital System Design and VHDL, Digital Communication, Digital Signal Processing, Satellite communication and Optical fibre Communication have been conceived and are being processed for upgrading and augmenting facilities in the existing laboratories. This will enable the students to look beyond the undergraduate courses and will also cater to the need of M.Tech. and research projects in the ECE department.
Commensurate library facilities have also been added to cater to the needs of M.Tech. and P.G. Projects.
Job opportunities are available in the following areas: Junior/ Apprentice Engineer in the field of Telecommunications in Electronic Industry Resource Centers, in the areas of Switching and Chip Designing, IT enabled services, Sales and Marketing, Teaching, Embedded System Technology, Wireless Data Communication, VLSI Design.
Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
(Bachelor of Engineering)
The department was established in 1998 to run the four year BE Program in Instrumentation & Control Engg. (ICE), thereafter in 2001 the nomenclature was changed to Electronics & Instrumentation Engg. From 2004, the department also conducts M. Tech Program in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
The Instrumentation and Control Engineering has gained a lot of importance because of the rapid growth as well as amalgamation of software and computers in the field of test and measurement (T&M). There is hardly any field, may it be electrical, electronics, and medical or meteorological, which is not using Instrumentation and Control System extensively. Consequently, it has become of paramount importance for the students of Instrumentation and Control Engineering to gain versatile and in-depth knowledge in this field.
In order to meet this challenging task, the College has the state-of-the-art Labs for Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation as well as for Analog and Digital Process Control.
Instrumentation & Control labs have almost all types of transducers and interfaces for comparative study of characteristics to help students in the selection of transducers under different industrial processing environments. The labs also provide facilities for different types of measuring bridges.
The Department has an independent lab for microprocessor based instrumentation for the measurement of physical quantities such as displacement, pressure levels, temperature, etc. The students are required to perform minor and major projects on microprocessor-based instrumentation and controls. Sufficient number of microprocessor kits (Intel 8085 and 8086 based), micro controller kits, microcomputers and Intel Pentium III based computers are available.
Control System and Process Control labs are used for imparting training on conventional control methods. Besides these, the lab has microcomputer based closed loop PI & PID process control setup and pneumatic servo control system kits. The setup in these labs facilitates higher studies and research in Instrumentation and Control Engineering as well as in the field of Electrical Engineering.
With the approval of AICTE, Govt. of Haryana, the M.Tech. Programme in Instrumentation & Control Engg.. has been started from the session 2004-2005. M.D. University, Rohtak has given affiliation to this programme. For running M.Tech. Programme efficiently with quality education, the department has adequate dedicated faculty with 2 Ph.D degree and 4 M.Tech. degree holders. The Deptt. Has also got the recognition through one of our B.E. student securing top position and gold medal in the year 2002.
In near future, the college targets to establish a research centre in Instrumentation. The College is also a member of Instrumentation Society of India, at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
The deptt is very well placed in respect of job opportunities in all Process Industries, Bio-medical Instrumentation, Research and Development and all Industries opting for automation.
Faculty members from Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE), Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) and Information Technology (IT) Departments have developed and delivered industrial project entitled " Automatic Visual Inspection System (AVIS) " for calibration of Fuel Gauge.Project Team:
- Mr. R.B.Dubey (Asstt. Professor, Deptt of ICE)
- Ms. Dipali Bansal (Asstt. Professor, Deptt. of ECE)
- Mr. A.K.Dubey (Lecturer, Deptt. of ICE)
- Mr. Manpreet Singh Sehgal (Lecturer, Deptt. of IT)
(Bachelor of Engineering)
The Electrical Engineering is a core branch of engineering and technology. Laboratories like Electrical Technology lab, Electromechanical Energy Conversion lab, Circuit and Network lab, Power Electronics lab, Electrical Workshop exist right from the inception of the institution in 1997, but a separate Department was established after the introduction of B.E. (Electrical Engineering) Program in 2002-03. With the start of U.G. Program in EE branch, the Department modernized these already existing laboratories. Along with these labs, department have developed Advanced Elecltric Machine and Drives Lab and equipped with most modern power electronics controlled equipments. Power system and Protection Lab is equipped with Transmission line simulators, electro magnetic as well as static relays, Relay test bench and Relay trainers. The students are required to work on Computer for better understanding of Electrical Circuit Transients and Power Electronics Circuit using OrCAD and P-Spices Analog & Digital Circuit Simulation Software.
In the Department of Electrical Engineering, the students are required to do core courses of circuit analysis, electromechanical energy conversion and electrical technology. The labs are fully equipped for circuit & network theorem verification, using function generators and oscilloscopes. A separate electrical machine lab with single phase and three-phase A.C. motors/D.C. motors, various types of transformers, A.C./D.C. generators and other power measuring equipment is for experimentation.
Job opportunities are available in all the areas of Electrical Engineering such as Junior / Apprentice Engineer in Electrical Industry, Support Engineer, Sales Engineer, IT enabled services, Teaching, Power Protection, Load Dispatch and Load Flow. Distribution Network Supervision, Instrument Calibration, Power Generation and Transmission, Power Controlled Drives, etc.
Electrical Engineering students go through several electronics, instrumentation, computer and IT related subjects who make them comfortable to choose electronics, Computer and IT based career. They may also opt these areas for higher studies.
Mechanical Engineering is an important branch which is likely to be introduced as a full-fledged branch in near future. The department undertakes teaching of subjects like Engineering graphics, AutoCAD, Machine Drawing, Manufacturing processes Elements of Mechanical Engineering. To cater to the need of core subjects, the Department has mechanical Workshops and four different laboratories viz, Material testing lab, Strength of Material, Fluid Mechanics and AutoCAD lab. Material testing lab is equipped with Tensile Testing Machine, Brinell Hardness Testing Machine and Impact Testing machine, Single Purchase Winch Crab, Double Purchase Winch Crab, Worm and Worm wheel, Jib crane, Trifler's Pendulum, Spring Stiffness Testing Apparatus, Bar Torque Testing Apparatus, Simply Supported Beam and Screw jack, etc.
Thermal Engineering lab consists of Internal combustion Engine, Models of Impulse and Reaction Turbine, Section Models of two stroke and Four stroke petrol and diesel engines, and different models of low and high pressure boilers with mountings and accessories.
Fluid Mechanics lab is equipped with latest apparatus such as Venturimeter, Orifice meter, Flow meter, Pipe friction and Bernoulli's Theorem Apparatus.
Mechanical Engineering workshops consist of fully equipped shops viz. Machine shop, Fitting & sheet metal shop, Carpentry & pattern making shop, Welding shop, Foundry shop and Smithy shop.
The machine shop has modern engine lathes, Universal Milling machine, Shaper, Drilling machine and tool grinders. A separate AutoCAD lab with 35 computers and modern software for drafting and solid modeling has been provided for the students.
Applied Sciences & Humanities
The Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities consists of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Studies and English. The College has a strong faculty and ample infrastructure in all these disciplines. The Department has well equipped Physics & Chemistry laboratories in the Tagore Block. The Physics Lab has two sections. One of the sections (the dark room) is entirely meant for dark room experiments like optics using ballistic galvanometers. The Lab has one 5 mw. He-Ne Laser, two complete sets for studying Hall effect and various bridges like Rayligh, de santy, Calendar & Griffith etc. The Lab is equipped with many spectrometers, microscopes, telescopes, ballistic, galvanometers and other good quality equipments for different purposes.
The Chemistry Lab is equipped with modern instruments like UV- visible spectrophotometer, pH meter, conductivity meter, flame photometer, flash & five point apparatus, redwood viscometers, electrical balances etc. along with sufficient good quality glassware and chemicals. The lab has a separate instrument and balance room.
The programmes of Environmental Sciences are concerned with importing high level knowledge and skills in the areas of natural and human pollutions and innovate technologies for sustainable development.
Applied Sciences, Communication skill and English form the backbone of the discipline of Engineering in the twenty-first century as the transformation of India is taking place from a pre-industrial society to the knowledge-based society. The burgeoning IT industry has created opportunities for smart engineering graduates with excellent communication skills. To this end, the Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities encourages education that is distinctively multi-disciplinary and international. Here the students learn communication skills and quality of leadership, leading to the growth of their personality, character, knowledge and wisdom, in consonance with Indian intellectual traditions.