Electronics and Communication Engineering

Students Activities

2020-21, Gentronix

Webinar on “Analysis Made Easy with Matlab” Date: 18th September 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering of Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad under the ages of GENTRONIX (The ECE Forum) has organized Webinar on “Signal Analysis Made Easy With MATLAB” on 18th September, 2020 for B. Tech. ECE 2nd year students. The major objective of the program was to showcase students how easy it is to perform Signal Analysis tasks in MATLAB. The resource person Mr. Akhilesh Kumar, Assistant Manager – Application Engineer, Design Tech Systems Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, has explained about analyzing signal data regardless of signal processing expertise. He provided the knowledge of common signal analysis techniques such as visualizing and pre-processing the signal, filtering, identifying, and measuring relevant features.
Webinar on “Strategy to Crack Gate & Other Competitive Exams” Date: 08th October 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering of Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad under the ages of GENTRONIX (The ECE Forum) has organized Webinar on “Strategy to Crack Gate & Other Competitive Exams” on 8th October 2020 for B. Tech. ECE 2nd year & 3rd year students. The objective of this webinar was to provide students career guidance after Covid pandemic. The resource person Mr. Suneel Kumar Tiwari, Senior Faculty Member, and former head of Department (EC, R & D) at MADE EASY group, has given a motivational talk about the career after Engineering in this Covid pandemic condition. He asked students not to be an excuse giver. He motivated students to follow a positive way and strive hard to get the goals.
Webinar on “Hardware Design” Date: 23rd October 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering of Inderprastha Engineering College,Ghaziabad) under the aegis of GENTRONIX (ECE forum) has organized Webinar on “Hardware Design” for B. Tech. ECE 2nd year students in association with Aujus Technology on 23th October, 2020 through online mode. Milan Saxena, Cofounder of E-COSYS Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. told the students about different career options like Higher Studies, Public Sector Jobs and EDA companies in the field of electronic industry. The leading industries are looking for the students having knowledge in core subjects, aptitude, programming languages, programming skills, and smart attitude. Then students also learnt about implementation of different digital circuits using universal Gates, multiplexers, and simulation of digital circuits.
Alumni Talk on “Business Story Telling” Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering of Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad) under the aegis of Gentronix (The ECE Forum) has organized an alumni interaction session on “Business Story Telling” for B. Tech. 3rd year and 4th Year students. Mr. Pankaj Kumar Mishra (Multi Cloud Platform advisor and Certified Business Storyteller) and Mrs. Ramya Manjunath (Module Lead in Mindtree Pvt. Ltd.) has given a deep insight of Business Story Telling. “Storytelling is a craft learnt through imitation and practice. Just like good writers are good readers, good storytellers are great story listeners”. Speakers also described the key points for great business story telling. Well researched data and preparation, know your Customer, Understand the business context, Understand the view point of the customer, Build a lot of connections and industry knowledge are points covered. It was a knowledgeable and interactive session given by Mr. Pankaj Kumar Mishra and Mrs. Ramya Manjunath .
Webinar on “Company Specific Puzzle & Quantitative Aptitude” Date: 13th September 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering has organized one day Webinar for students of IPEC on 13th Sep 2020 on “Company Specific Puzzle & Quantitative Aptitude” by Center of Excellence of VLSI & Embedded System through online mode. E- Certificate awarded to quiz winning candidates. The goal of this webinar is to develop their skills to get the right job and to enhance their performance technically.
Expert Talk on “CMOS Technology: Fundamentals & Advances” Date: 16th September 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering has organized one day Expert cum workshop on 16th Sep 2020 on “CMOS Technology: Fundamentals & Advances”. The talk was delivered by eminent speaker Dr. Ashish Raman from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar. He has delivered the recent trends and challenges in VLSI Technology, Advanced CMOS circuits and Futuristic Nanoscale Semiconductor devices and technology.
Webinar on “Hardware Design Using Digital Components/HDL &Implementations on FPGA” Date: 04th – 11th October 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering of Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad) has organized Webinar on “Hardware Design Using Digital Components/HDL & Implementations on FPGA” on 4th & 11h October 2020. Digital Hardware designs and its implementation on FPGA was held on 4th October and Hardware design using HDL (Verilog/ VHDL) & implantation on FPGA was held on 11th October. This webinar includes following topics: FPGA design flow overview, how to design hardware of combinations & sequential circuits, Example combination circuit multiplier, Example sequential circuit-LED on/off, Implementation on FPGA’s, Introduction of HDL, Simulation flow, Synthesis flow and Implementation on FPGA.
Webinar on “Overview of Global Electronic Industry & Opportunities for Young Electronics Engineer in India & Abroad” Date: 13th October 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering of Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad) has organized Webinar on “Overview of Global Electronic Industry & Opportunities for Young Electronics Engineer in India & Abroad” in association with Center of Excellence of VLSI/Embedded (IPEC, ECE Department) and Pine training Academy on 13th October 2020 through online mode. Electronics industry is one of the largest global industries. Electronic devices built in automated or semi-automated factories operated by the industry. Basically, the products are initially assembled from MOS transistors, and integrated circuits and later photolithography and often on printed circuit board.
Expert Talk on “CMOS Technology: Fundamentals & Advances” Date: 16th September 2020 Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering has organized one day Expert cum workshop on 16th Sep 2020 on “CMOS Technology: Fundamentals & Advances”. The talk was delivered by eminent speaker Dr. Ashish Raman from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar. He has delivered the recent trends and challenges in VLSI Technology, Advanced CMOS circuits and Futuristic Nanoscale Semiconductor devices and technology.

2019-20, Gentronix

Orientation Program for 2nd Year Students: Date: 01/08/2019 An orientation program has been organized by ECE department under the aegis of Gentronix (The ECE Forum) for the newly promoted 2nd year students in ECE Branch. The major objective of the programme was to make students aware of the academic aspects of the course, the rules and regulations of the department and code of conduct. Dr. V. K. Gupta, HOD, ECE department, in his address motivated students to be professional engineers. He said that one needs to be passionate about achieving his goals. He also stressed the importance of attendance in the class and the need to have proper planning for the studies. Dr V. K. Gupta informed the students about the various facilities available like different labs and centre of excellences in the department for the students. He highlighted the accomplishments of the department and emphasized the need for continuous hard work. Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, Convener, Gentronix (The ECE Forum), addressed about the Gentronix forum. This forum has been established in year 2002. From the past 15 years, Gentronix has conducted a variety of technical events and is one of the best forums of IPEC. Student coordinators from 2nd, 3rd and 4th year, help in organizing the different events like technical talks, Project Exhibition, Alumni Interaction, technical events, and Workshops etc. under Gentronix. It is a great platform for the students to enhance interpersonal skills. The program ended by creating a significant impact on the students of the department and motivating them to achieve great heights. At last, Class Coordinators of different sections arranged the visit of all students to different labs and centre of excellences.
Workshop on "MATLAB and its Application": Date: 10th August 2019v On 10th August 2019, ECE department under the aegis of Gentronix (ECE Forum) hosted a full-day workshop entitled "MATLAB and its Application" for ECE and EN faculty and staff in DSP lab, ECE department, IPEC Ghaziabad. The resource person Mr. Akhilesh Kumar, Assistant Manager: Technical Support, Designtech Systems Ltd., Delhi, has provided deep knowledge of Data Analysis and deep learning using MATLAB. The purpose of the workshop was to explore the MATLAB tools for Machine Learning and Deep Learning. In the first session, Neural Network was explained. A neural network can learn from data so it can be trained to recognize patterns, classify data, and forecast future events. There are supervised and non-supervised learning methods of neural networks. For that various types of curve fitting like linear and quadratic fitting were implemented using MATLAB. Then the Parametric Analysis was explored. In the second session, Mr. Akhilesh Kumar explained the Artificial Intelligence using Deep Learning. Deep learning is a machine learning technique that teaches computers to do what comes naturally to humans: learn by example. Deep learning is a key technology behind driverless cars, enabling them to recognize a stop sign, or to distinguish a pedestrian from a lamppost. It is the key to voice control in consumer devices like phones, tablets, TVs, and hands-free speakers. MATLAB makes deep learning easy. MATLAB also offers specialized toolboxes for working with machine learning, neural networks, computer vision, and automated driving. All faculties and staff were interactive during the practical session for getting familiar with the latest techniques. Overall the training workshop was a knowledge enhancing event for all the participants.
Alumni Talk: Date: 29th August 2019 Gentronix, the ECE forum of Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad organised an interactive session for it's B.Tech final year students on 29/8/2019. This session was taken by the 2006 pass out Alumni of Electronics& Communication Department, Mr Saurabh Dayal, Co founder of ClearDekho.com-India's first online Optical marketplace & largest budget Optical retail chain. He shared his experiences to encourage the students to groom their entrepreneurial abilities and further motivated them to come up with their own start ups. The session was very informative and interactive. Department of ECE is highly thankful to its prestigious Alumni Mr. Saurabh Dayal for sparing his valuable time.
Workshop on "ESDM (Electronic System Design & Manufacturing)" Date: 24th September 2019 Department of ECE under the aegis of Gentronix (The ECE Forum) organized a workshop on ESDM (Electronic System Design & Manufacturing) on 24th September 2019 for ECE 3rd year students in EN Seminar hall. The resource person, Mr. Deepak Kumar Gahlot (Director, Trax Circuits,Delhi) delivered the contents on electronic system designing in a very fruitful manner . HOD ECE ,Dr.V.K.Gupta and Convener Gentronix,Ms.Meenakshi Sharma felicitated Mr Gahlot for his commendable inputs.
Alumni Talk Date: 25th September 2019 Department of ECE under the aegis of Gentronix (The ECE Forum of IPEC) organised an Alumni interaction talk for B. Tech 3rd year students on 25/9/2019. Mr. Atul Kumar, an alumnus of Department of ECE, Inderprastha Engineering college, who is working in Physical Design in VLSI, motivated the students by sharing his journey and gave an insight into various probable domains to work on. The session was very interactive and applauded by all. HOD ECE, Dr. V. K. Gupta and Convener Gentronix, Ms.Meenakshi Sharma felicitated Mr. Atul Kumar for sharing his experience with his juniors.
FIND THE BIND Date: 26th September 2019 Department of ECE, under the aegis of Gentronix (The ECE forum) organised a thrilling event- FIND THE BIND for students of all branches including B.Tech 1st year. 40 teams participated and the first three teams were felicitated with certificates and cash prize by Director IPEC, Dr B. C. Sharma, HOD ECE, Dr. V. K. Gupta and Convener Gentronix, Ms. Meenakshi Sharma.
GUEST LECTURE ON "RIDING THE NEXT COMPUTING WAVE" Date: 13th January 2020 Department of Electronics and Communication, under the aegis of Gentronix (The ECE Forum) organised a Guest Lecture on RIDING THE NEXT COMPUTING WAVE. The lecture was delivered by an eminent Professor, Prof. Liwen Shih from University of Housten, Clearlake, USA. Professor Shih is dedicated to the emergence of next generation of super-computing with focus in Adaptive Solution Optimization via Quantum Annealing, High-Performance Computing, Self-Organized Scheduling, Bio-inspiration and Machine Intelligence. Dr. Shih’s current scope expands on Quantum Optimization, FPGA/GPU/QPU-accelerated Heterogeneous Computing, Complex Bioinformatics, Adaptive Image Processing, Computer–Aided Diagnosis, Tele/Mobile-Operation, Space Radiation, Functional Medicine (fitness, nutrition, and immunity), Seismic Earthquake Wave Propagation, Sustainable Green Ecosystem, Low-Impact Permaculture, and tackling other complex Biomed, Aerospace, Seismic, Energy, Environment, Social and Engineering challenges.
ALUMNI TALK Date: 28th January 2020 The alumni meet was conducted by Gentronix (the ECE forum) in which Mr. Dikshant Rohatgi one of the alumni from IPEC, has introduced himself and told us about his college years and shared his views. His major focus was on VLSI (very large scale integration) industries and the process and programming language which is being used in making integrated circuit chips. He also told about his journey through college in which he joined VLSI Center of Excellence in 2017 and worked hard for improving his skills. He got placed in Synopsis (Bangalore) in 2019. He encouraged all the students to start working for their goals & careers from now onwards. Overall it was an interactive session in which students asked questions which helped them know better about the VLSI industry and how to prepare for the job life which is ahead of them. At last Dr. VK Gupta (HOD, ECE) and Ms. Meenakshi Sharma (Convener, Gentronix) gave the alumni a token of thanks & bid him farewell.
WORKSHOP ON MACHINE LEARNING Date: 04th February 2020 A Workshop on Machine Learning was conducted by Mr. Rahul Gupta from CETPA infotech Ltd. under Gentronix (The ECE Forum). This was attended by Btech 3rd year students.He briefed the students about Machine Learning and its applications in real world. Machine learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. In the past decade, machine learning has given us self-driving cars, practical speech recognition, effective web search, and a vastly improved understanding of the human genome. Machine learning is so pervasive today that we probably use it dozens of times a day without knowing it. Many researchers also think it is the best way to make progress towards human-level AI. The session was very informative and interactive. Students displayed a keen interest in the contents delivered by the facilitator.

2019-20, IEEE Students Branch

Date: 25th September 2019 Electronics and Communication Engineering Department had organized training on "IOT basics using Arduino Uno" , for the students who are in second year of B.Tech. The training was held from 21-22 August 2019. The sessions were conducted by the final year students. A team of five student trainers from final year, trained second year students on Arduino Uno. The following final year students trainers were involved in conducting the training
  • Abhigyan Sharma
  • Sumit
  • Anumayank
  • Abhishek Saha
  • Sonali
The objective of this training was to encourage peer mentoring in the department and give an exposure of "Internet of Things" to the second year students, as this is an emerging area now a days. This training gave a platform to student trainers to sharpen their public speaking and content delivering skills. The sessions covered the basics of microcontroller, arduino board programming and internet of things applications. The training was concluded with motivational talk by HOD (ECE) Prof. (Dr.) V.K Gupta. HOD Sir discussed the importance of IOT and encouraged the students to choose this area for their future projects. Those who were interested to work in this area were asked to give their names for the membership of IOT design Lab. Certificates of appreciation were also given to the student trainers for their dedication and efforts in conducting this training.
TECHNICAL DEBATE AND EXTEMPORE COMPETITION Date: 25th September 2019 TECHNICAL DEBATE AND EXTEMPORE COMPETITION This event was organized by IEEE STUDENT BRANCH (ECE & EN DEPARTMENT). The HOD of ECE department, Dr. V. K. Gupta and HOD of EN department Dr. Rambir Singh along with the Student Branch Counselor Dr. Amita Agnihotri were present. Mr. Archit Jain (4th year) member of IEEE start the event by giving the information about IEEE. First debate competition held and topics were already given to the participants that are: Technology harms our future Online study VS Traditional study. Artificial reality VS Real world Google or Books And for extempore, topics were given on the spot. The competition was worth enjoying for the audience. Every debate and extempore participants was clapped up for their pleasing presentation and sharp arguments. The competition revealed many aspects related to topics. Extempore was quite interesting and every have Confidence, Knowledge related to the topic and the way they were presenting were excellent. At the end of the activity, kits to IEEE member was given by HODs of ECE and EN department and prize distribution was also done by them. And then Dr. Amita Agnihotri delivered speech for appreciating them and she also thanked all for their participation in the competition.
GUEST LECTURE ON "MOBILE NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES" Date: 22nd October 2019 Department of Electronics and Communication had successfully organized an interactive and motivating session with Shri Mahesh Seth, Chief General Manager, BSNL, ALTTC Ghaziabad under IEEE Student Section on 22nd October 2019. His Assistant Manager Shri Abhishek Gupta also accompanied him. He told us many things regarding mobile networking technologies and their latest trends in the market. Shri M.K Seth motivated us towards the positive aspects of life. He is such an inspirational and enthusiastic orator. He enlightened our minds with the notion of good attitude towards our lives, setting our goals and pursuing them with consistency and hard work. Adding more to this, he shared his experience as an Electronic Engineer and about his journey till date. Also Shri Abhishek Gupta, Assistant Manager, BSNL ALTTC Ghaziabad told us about mobile networking, its basics and technologies in trend. Through the session with him, we learnt about how networking takes place and how the services of the cell phones work.
JUST A MINUTE EVENT Date: 4th November 2019 Just A Minute (JAM) event was conducted by IEEE student branch in collaboration with INAAYAT, Theatre Society of IPEC on 4th November 2019 for students of all branches in Electronics & Communication Engineering Department. All the participants got a participation certificate and a token of appreciation from IEEE. Top 3 winners got appreciation certificates from IEEE whereas top 2 winners got a chance to be part of Team INAYAT, the official theatre society of IPEC. It was a successful event with lot of students showing up for participation. Events like these focuses on the overall personality development of the students.
HANDS ON WORKSHOP ON "DIGITAL DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION ON FPGA" Date: 4th November 2019 Department of Electronics and Communication, under IEEE student section, organised hands on workshop on "DIGITAL DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION ON FPGA" in collaboration with centre of excellence of VLSI and Embedded system. On 27th, 29th, 30th January 2020 and 3rd February 2020. The lecture was delivered by an eminent speaker Mr.Vaibhav Mishra, COE of VLSI and Embedded system. Recently, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have become an alternative solution for the realization of digital control algorithm systems, which were previously dominated by general-purpose microprocessor systems. FPGAs are some of the new trending areas in VLSI. Advantage of using FPGA-based platforms is their capability to execute concurrent operations, allowing parallel architectural design of different digital controllers system. Hands on exposure is very good and necessary for students to understand and implement directly on board and understand how to do something and what to do. After completion, feedback is collected from students. According to the feedback students enjoyed the session.

2019-20, Industrial Visits

Institute of Telecom Technology and Management (ITTM), A unit of MTNL, Delhi, Shadipur Telephone Exchange Building, Pandav Nagar, Delhi 110008 Date & Duration (Days) : 20/08/2019 (One Full Day) Number of Student Participants : 48 Number of Faculty Participants * : 02 Objective Benefit in terms of learning/Skill/Knowledge obtained The industrial visit to the ALTTC facilities have been highly educational helping in learning and providing an insight into the modern telecommunication, computer networking and optical fiber communication. Session plan/Brochure/Document/overall report of the activity Training in specialized courses in the field of GSM, Broadband Technology, Switching, Transmission, Computer systems and Management. Topics include Introduction to Telephony, Switching Technology, MDF and Protective Devices, Overview of External plant, Transmission basics, Optical fiber systems (SDH & FTTH), Data Communication & IP networks, Broadband concepts, Technology & service aspects, GSM, CDMA & 3G Advanced IP Networking covering such topics as OSI, Addresses, Subnetting, Network Elements, Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF, EIGRP), VLAN, NAT, PAT, ACL, WAN Protocols, IPv6 & WLAN. STM-1 Nodes for hands on training on configuration of SDH Systems on LCT
  • FTTH OLT Node for live demonstration
  • Testing instruments like PDH & SDH Analyzer
  • Splicing machines
  • OTDR
  • Power Meter & source
  • Variable Attenuator IP Networking Lab
  • 24 Port Switch
Institute of Telecom Technology and Management (ITTM), A unit of MTNL, Delhi, Shadipur Telephone Exchange Building, Pandav Nagar, Delhi 110008 Date & Duration (Days) : 13/09/2019 (One Full Day) Number of Student Participants : 48 Number of Faculty Participants * : 02 Objective Benefit in terms of learning/Skill/Knowledge obtained * The industrial visit to the ALTTC facilities have been highly educational helping in learning and providing an insight into the modern telecommunication, computer networking and management practices and implementation. Session plan/Brochure/Document/overall report of the activity Training in specialized courses in the field of GSM, Broadband Technology, Switching, Transmission, Computer systems and Management. Topics include Introduction to Telephony, Switching Technology, MDF and Protective Devices, Overview of External plant, Transmission basics, Optical fiber systems (SDH & FTTH), Data Communication & IP networks, Broadband concepts, Technology & service aspects, GSM, CDMA & 3G Advanced IP Networking covering such topics as OSI, Addresses, Subnetting, Network Elements, Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF, EIGRP), VLAN, NAT, PAT, ACL, WAN Protocols, IPv6 & WLAN. STM-1 Nodes for hands on training on configuration of SDH Systems on LCT
  • FTTH OLT Node for live demonstration
  • Testing instruments like PDH & SDH Analyzer
  • Splicing machines
  • OTDR
  • Power Meter & source
  • Variable Attenuator IP Networking Lab
  • 24 Port Switch
Central Electronics Limited, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad Date & Duration (Days) : 18/10/2019 (4 Hrs.) (3rd Year Students) Number of Student Participants : 46 Number of Faculty Participants * : 02 Objective Benefit in terms of learning/Skill/Knowledge obtained * The industrial visit to the CEL facilities have been highly educational helping in learning and providing an insight into the modern Photovoltaic cell design, manufacturing and implementation as per the customer requirements. Session plan/Brochure/Document/overall report of the activity Solar Photovoltaic Central Electronics Limited (CEL) is the pioneer and one of the manufacturers of Solar-Photovoltaic (SPV) Cells, Modules and Systems in India and own R&D facilities and activities by the company, CEL laboratory, Solar-Photovoltaic (SPV) Cells manufacturing and the associated industrial technology. Strategic Electronics CEL indigenously manufactures ferrite phase shifters for C- and X- bands. CEL has production facilities for meeting bulk demand of the phase shifters. Measurement of the phase shifter is fully automated using customized software.
M/s. Deki Electronics Ltd. , Noida U.P Date & Duration (Days) : 18/10/2019 (4 Hrs.) (2nd Year students) Number of Student Participants : 46 Number of Faculty Participants * : 02 Objective Benefit in terms of learning/Skill/Knowledge obtained * The industrial visit to the DEKI ELECTRONICS automated capacitor manufacturing and testing facilities have been highly educational helping in learning and providing an insight into the modern capacitors design &automated manufacturing as per the customer requirements. Session plan/Brochure/Document/overall report of the activity Industry tour of manufacturing facility of film capacitors, plastic film capacitors, film dielectric capacitors, or polymer film capacitors as well as power film capacitors, are electrical capacitors with an insulating plastic film as the dielectric, sometimes combined with paper as carrier of the electrodes. The dielectric films, depending on the desired dielectric strength, are drawn in a special process to an extremely and are then provided with electrodes. The electrodes of film capacitors may be metalized aluminum or zinc applied directly to the surface of the plastic film, or a separate metallic foil. Two of these conductive layers are wound into a cylinder shaped winding, usually flattened to reduce mounting space requirements on a printed circuit board, or layered as multiple single layers stacked together, to form a capacitor body. Film capacitors, together with ceramic capacitors and electrolytic capacitors, are the most common capacitor types for use in electronic equipment, and are usedin many AC and DC microelectronics and electronics circuits. Types of capacitors:
  • Plain polyester / metallised polyester, plain polypropylene / metallised polypropylene, plain & metallised polypropylene mixed.
  • Film Foil Capacitor, Non-Inductive Type Capacitors, Round Axial Capacitor, Box Type Capacitors, Flat Axial Capacitors
  • Radial Type Capacitor,
  • IGBT Snubber Capacitor,
  • AC/DC Capacitor,
  • DC Link Capacitor,
  • Horn Capacitor
  • PES (Polyester Extra Strength) is a unique six-film design that helps achieve better minimum breakdown with similar or lesser size capacitors.
  • PSH (Polyester Self-Healing) Developed for high wattage CFLs and HF Ballast
  • Plain Polyester Film Capacitors (Inductive)
  • Plain Polyester Film Capacitors For Lighting Applications
  • Plain Polyester Film Capacitors (Non-inductive)
  • Inductive Self-Healing Polyester Capacitors : DTSH Capacitors
  • Metallised Polyester Film Capacitors (Subminiature) Pitch 5 mm
  • Metallised Polyester Film Capacitors (Standard Pitch) Pitch 10 mm to 27.5 mm
  • Mixed Dielectric Film Capacitor
  • Plain Polyester & Polypropylene Capacitors (PEP) (Inductive)
  • PolyPropylene Film Capacitors
  • Plain Polypropylene Film Capacitors (Inductive)
  • Plain Polypropylene Film Capacitors (Non-Inductive)
  • AC & Pulse Metallised Polypropylene Film Capacitors (PP/MPP Series)
M/s. ELTEK CIRCUITS, Ghaziabad Date & Duration (Days) : 21/10/2019 (08 Hrs.) (2nd Year students) Number of Student Participants : 52 Number of Faculty Participants * : 02 Objective Benefit in terms of learning/Skill/Knowledge obtained * The industrial visit to the ELTEK CIRCUITS single layer and double layer printed circuit boards design and manufacturing facilities have been highly educational helping in learning and providing an insight into the modern PCB design & manufacturing as per the customer requirements. High-End PCB Manufacturing The substrate most commonly used in printed circuit boards is a glass fiber reinforced (fiberglass) epoxy resin with a copper foil bonded on to one or both sides. Printed circuit boards are typically made with copper. Depending on the requirements, the copper is plated to a substrate and carved away to expose the design of the board. Since there are multiple layers, they must be lined up and bonded together for a secure fit. Session plan/Brochure/Document/overall report of the activity

PCB Manufacturing Process Steps

Step 1: Design and Output Circuit boards should be rigorously compatible with, a PCB layout created by the designer using PCB design software. Commonly-used PCB design software includes Altium Designer, OrCAD, Pads, KiCad, Eagle etc. Step 2: From File to Film PCB printing begins after designers output the PCB schematic files and manufacturers conduct a DFM check. Manufacturers use a special printer called a plotter, which makes photo films of the PCBs, to print circuit boards. Manufacturers will use the films to image the PCBs. Step 3: Printing the Inner layers: Where Will the Copper Go? The creation of films in previous step aims to map out copper path. Now it's time to print the figure on the film onto a copper foil. This step in PCB manufacturing prepares to make actual PCB. The basic form of PCB comprises a laminate board whose core material is epoxy resin and glass fiber that are also called substrate material. The film and board line up and receive a blast of UV light. The light passes through the clear parts of the film, hardening the photo resist on the copper underneath. The black ink from the plotter prevents the light from reaching the areas not meant to harden, and they are slated for removal. After the board becomes prepared, it is washed with an alkaline solution that removes any photo resist left unhardened. A final pressure wash removes anything else left on the surface. The board is then dried. Step 4: Removing the Unwanted Copper With the photo resist removed and the hardened resist covering the copper we wish to keep, the board proceeds to the next stage: unwanted copper removal. Just as the alkaline solution removed the resist, a more powerful chemical preparation eats away the excess copper. The copper solvent solution bath removes all of the exposed copper. Meanwhile, the desired copper remains fully protected beneath the hardened layer of photo resist. Step 5: Layer Alignment and Optical Inspection With all the layers clean and ready, the layers require alignment punches to ensure they all line up. The registration holes align the inner layers to the outer ones. The technician places the layers into a machine called the optical punch, which permits an exact correspondence so the registration holes are accurately punched. Step 6: Layer-up and Bond In this stage, the circuit board takes shape. All the separate layers await their union. With the layers ready and confirmed, they simply need to fuse together. Outer layers must join with the substrate. The process happens in two steps: layer-up and bonding. Step 7: Drill Finally, holes are bored into the stack board. All components slated to come later, such as copper-linking via holes and leaded aspects, rely on the exactness of precision drill holes. Step 8: Plating and Copper Deposition After drilling, the panel moves onto plating. The process fuses the different layers together using chemical deposition. After a thorough cleaning, the panel undergoes a series of chemical baths. During the baths, a chemical deposition process deposits a thin layer " about one micron thick " of copper over the surface of the panel. The copper goes into the recently drilled holes. Step 9: Outer Layer Imaging We image the outer layers of the panel with PCB design. We begin with the layers in a sterile room to prevent any contaminants from sticking to the layer surface, then apply a layer of photo resist to the panel. The prepped panel passes into the yellow room. UV lights affect photo resist. Yellow light wavelengths don't carry UV levels sufficient to affect the photo resist. Step 10: Plating We return to the plating room. Electroplate the panel with a thin layer of copper. The exposed sections of the panel from the outer layer photo resist stage receive the copper electro-plating. Step 11: Final Etching The tin protects the desired copper during this stage. The unwanted exposed copper and copper beneath the remaining resist layer undergo removal. Step 12: Solder Mask Application Before the solder mask is applied to both sides of the board, the panels are cleaned and covered with an epoxy solder mask ink. The boards receive a blast of UV light, which passes through a solder mask photo film. The covered portions remain unhardened and will undergo removal. Step 13: Electrical Test As a final precaution, a technician performs electrical tests on the PCB. The automated procedure confirms the functionality of the PCB and its conformity to the original design.

2018-19, Gentronix

Date: 11th August, 2018 GENTRONIX ,The ECE Department Forum organized an Alumni Interaction on 11th August, 2018, from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm in ECE Seminar Hall. The main objective of this interaction was to introduce the students with the real world of electronic core industries. The facts and figures regarding the growth and development in this field of engineering were discussed in the meet. The session became enthusiastic when our alumni shared their experiences with students. Along with the alumni interaction, some projects on FPGA board made by students of centre of excellence were also demonstrated.
Date: 11th Sept, 2018 Audience: 2nd Year Students Gentronix in association with Times Education organized awareness cum Interactive Session on 11th Sept, 2018 (3:30- 4:30 PM) for B. Tech. ECE, 2nd Year Students. The main objective of this interaction was to create awareness among students who wants to pursue their career through GATE and PSU exams. Resource Persons, Mr. Chandan Baranwal, Mr. Dinesh Kumar and Mr. Tushar from TIME, interacted with students and cleared their doubts and answered their queries. They explained how the companies tie-up for the conduction of these exams as well as for the recruitment. They also put some statistics of students appearing for these exams over students qualifying these exams. They also shared tips and tricks also to prepare for such exams.
Date: 14th Sept, 2018 Audience: Faculty and 3rd Year ECE Students Dr. V.K. Gupta and Ms. Meenakshi Sharma organized a workshop on MATLAB under Gentronix forum in association with Math works team on 14th Sept, 2018. The target recipients were faculty and 3rd Year ECE Students (5 students from each section). The session comprised of various expert talks from Math works which gave the basic ideas about MATLAB and its various tools.
Date: 29th and 30th October, 2018 Audience: ECE Students The Department of ECE organized a two day event, "TECH BATTLE", under the aegis of GENTRONIX (The ECE Forum) on 29th and 30th October, 2018. The event was divided into two sub-events- Jam-A-Tech and Component Raid. Day-1 approve On 29th October, 2018, the first event, Jam-A-Tech, was organized. It was common for students of all branches and years. It was a team challenge with two members in a team. This was further divided in three sub rounds involving: Online Quiz, JAM and Final Round (last battle of JAM among finalists) Day-2 The second event "Component Raid" was organized on 30th October, 2018. It was a team challenge including 3 members per team. Nineteen teams participated in this event. Each team was given a circuit diagram and they were asked to find the picture of the required components which were already placed in different areas of the college campus within a time frame of 40 minutes.
Date: 25th January, 2019 Audience: ECE Students On 25th January 2019, Gentronix, the ECE Forum organized a session on Applicaton of IOT and career in IOT. IOT is basically a vision to make machines smart enough to reduce human labour to almost nil. IOT is not a specific hardware or software or electronics. It is a concept which wraps up Hardware, software, electronics and Internet. Later career suggestions for Students were given. For starting a successful career in this field students should follow three simple steps: (1) Learn the basics of Electronics (2) Learn the basics of Programming (3) Learn How to use the IOT boards and Sensors
Date: 26th February, 2019 Audience: ECE Students An interaction with BYJU'S was organized by GENTRONIX on 26th February, 2019 in EC Seminar Hall. The main objective of this interaction was to create awareness among students who wants to pursue their career by going through Master's degree in India or abroad. Mr. Ravi from BYJU'S, interacted with students and cleared their doubts and answered their queries. He explained the requirements of companies and how to meet up the expectations of companies. He elaborated the concept of GRE Exams and its advantages. The team of counselors from BYJU came to help students to clarify their queries and doubts regarding their choice of career path. The session not only created awareness but also motivated to go beyond the boundaries.
Date: 29th March, 2019 Audience: ECE Students Mr. Vaibhav Mishra, from PINE academy has taken an interactive session on "Application of IOT and its Industrial Applications" under the aegis of Gentronix, to introduce the students with IOT i.e. one of the emerging fields of Electronics & Communication. He elaborated about embedded system and microcontrollers. He also told about the scope of IOT along with job exposures. Further, he described the working of IOT architecture and its applications that how IOT plays a major role in automation and how we can contribute to it being an Electronics Engineer and what are the skills that a company seeks in the aspiring candidate.
Date: 16th April, 2019 Audience: ECE Students An awareness session by Mr. Shushil Kumar, from APTRON Solution, has been organized under Gentronix, to create awareness among the students as per industry point of view. He explained the recent industry trends and recent fields in which industries have requirements for engineers. He told latest technologies like Artificial Intelligence and VLSI design. He told that AI has been a sound career choice for a while now because of the growing adoption of the technology across industries and the need for trained professionals to do the jobs created by this growth. AI will create close to 2.3 million jobs by 2020. AI is used in almost every industry, from entertainment to transportation, so there is a huge need for qualified, skilled professionals. Today, VLSI devices are found everywhere around us. We find advanced VLSI chips in our cars, cell phones, household appliances, cameras, medical devices and many other places. This rapidly evolving sector offers exciting opportunities in verification based jobs for those with strong fundamentals in electronic circuit design and hardware description languages

2018-19, IEEE Student Branch

Date: 20th September 2018 Audience: 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year interested students A one day Workshop on"Speech Recognition using Machine Learning (ML)" was conducted at Inderprastha Engineering College by IEEE Student Branch for 2nd, 3rd & 4th Year interested students on Thursday, 20th September 2018, in order to foster and promote the knowledge of Machine Learning. Topics covered were introduction to Machine learning, Classification, Present day applications, Cloud Technology with ML, Future scope, and Speech Recognition using machine learning followed by a quiz session. A brief introduction of related domains such as Artificial Intelligence, data science, and the similarities and differences were discussed simultaneously.

2018-19, Industrial Visits

Date: 14-15th February 2019 ECE department organized industrial visit for 3rd year students, 14th -15th February 2019 at Deki Electronics Noida. The company is renowned in the field of electronic component manufacture for a long time. The students visiting the company learn about manufacturing of various types of capacitors including electrolytic, ceramic, paper, wire-wound capacitors for various applications and exported worldwide. The state of the art automatic components manufacturing unit and quality control over large volume productions provided students useful information. The visit provided students an insight into industrial practices and working environment. Around 150 students visited there. With these kinds of industrial visits student will gain knowledge of different components and their manufacturing units information in depth.

2018-19, Alumni Interaction

Date: 11th August, 2018 GENTRONIX ,The ECE Department Forum organized an Alumni Interaction on 11th August, 2018, from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm in ECE Seminar Hall. The main objective of this interaction was to introduce the students with the real world of electronic core industries. The facts and figures regarding the growth and development in this field of engineering were discussed in the meet. The session became enthusiastic when our alumni shared their experiences with students. Along with the alumni interaction, some projects on FPGA board made by students of centre of excellence were also demonstrated.

2017-18, About

  • Established in year 2002, under the guidance of Ms. Meenakshi Sharma (Convener Gentronix).
  • Initially the team comprised of 40 members.
  • Since 2002, every year Gentronix has been organizing many memorable technical events.
  • Numerous students from reputed colleges of Delhi and NCR have participated in these events.

2017-18, Events

A mega event held on 8th Sept, 2017 in the ECE seminar hall. More than 20 teams took part in the exhibition. Top three teams were awarded and rests were felicitated with certificates. Event was witnessed by Director IPEC Dr. B.C. Sharma, HODs, faculties and the students of ECE dept.
A project competition was held on 11th Sept, 2017. 15 teams took part in the event It was a problem based competition in which two teams stood 1st in the respective problems. Sujeet Kumar and Anurag Kesharvani & team stood 1st in the event.
It was held on 14th Sept, 2017 for the 3rd Yr students. The gathering was addressed by Mr. Sukumar Palanisamy who is a strategic manager at Oracle. Questions regarding interviews were cleared by him.
It was held on 23rd and 24th Sept, 2017 for the students of EN ECE department. Mr. Ramjit Vishwakarma (Logic Fruit) and Mr Sheshnath Chauhan (S Cube) took the workshop. Students learned designing under their guidance.
A workshop on "Introduction to Machine Learning with Sample Applications" was organized by the Gentronix team on 26th February, 2018, which turned out to be a mega event. Students actively took part in the workshop and over 80 students took part in it. Praneet Nigam and Kartik Shandilya took the workshop and guided the students.

2017-18, IEEE Students Branch

A Student Branch gives students the opportunity to meet and learn from fellow students, as well as faculty members and professionals in the field. An active IEEE Student Branch can be one of the most positive elements in a department offering programs in IEEE designated fields of Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology and others as listed at http://www.ieee.org/web/membership/qualifications/qualifications.html. IEEE Student Branches are established at over 1,500 universities and colleges throughout the world. Student Branch activities offer numerous educational, technical, and professional advantages of IEEE membership through special projects, activities, meetings, tours and field trips.

2017-18, Industrial Visits

ADVANCED LEVEL TELECOM TRAINING CENTER Date: 6th –8th March 2018 Industrial visit was carried out for EC Second year students at BSNL ALTTC, Rajnagar on 6th –8th March 2018. Faculty coordinators for the industrial visit were Mr. Manish Gupta, Mr. Vipul Bhatnagar, Ms. Ritu Agarwal, Mr. Pramod Kumar, Ms. Rashi Gupta. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about current communication basics like, Digital Switching, Mobile Communication-: GSM,3G,4G, Data communication and Information Technology: Broadband, Database administration, Optical network, Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM). The Centre follows the MISSION to "DELIVER EXCELLENCE THROUGH TRAINING", which was visible from the equipment's used at the Centre. Various courses for enterprise training like Mobile, CDMA & Satellite Technologies Transmission Technologies, Broadband & IT, Switching and NGN, Management & Soft
Industrial training module prospected by "NISWA Engineering Solutions" Date: 12th February 2018 NISWA Engineering Solutions on 12th February 2018 held an interaction session with our EC III year students and offered our young, talented and knowledgeable students an industry based skill learning training programme for 2 hours/day for two months. 20 students have attended this visit. They will provide further training to some of the students on the basis of written test.
DEKI ELECTRONICS, NOIDA Date: 20-22nd February 2018 ECE department organized industrial visit for 3rd year students, 20-22nd February 2018. The company is renowned in the field of electronic component manufacture for a long time. The students visiting the company learn about manufacturing of various types of capacitors including electrolytic, ceramic, paper, wire-wound capacitors for various applications and exported world-wide. The state of the art automatic components manufacturing unit and quality control over large volume productions provided students state of the art knowledge. The visit provided students an insight into industrial practices and working environment.

2017-18, Alumni Interaction

It was held on 13th sept, 2017 in the ECE seminar hall. Alumni members who took the session were:
  • Ms Parul Sharma
  • Mr Chirag Gupta
It was conducted for the 2nd yr students. They both are working at Cadence Systems.
It was held on 28th Sept, 2017 for the 4th Yr students. Ashutosh Tyagi and Mr. Depeesh Srivastava addressed the students for building career in the core. They both are currently working in Synopsis.
Mr Akshat Agarwal, Renewals Specialist at Adobe took a small session for 3rd yr students. He cleared various doubts of students about the interviews.
Gentronix arranged a talk show for the students appearing for Defense Sector on 25th February, 2017. 200 students participated in the session with their queries. Speakers were:
  • Mr Saurabh Sharma (Flight Lieutenant)
  • Ms Ankita Singh (Flight Lieutenant)

2016-17, Gentronix

The EC forum of IPEC use to organize "Gentronix Week", and a series of technical events every year. The main motto of this program is to provide students of ECE department an opportunity to enhance the practical knowledge and skills that assist them in personal development, to promote technology and innovation, to address the technical needs of communities to promote betterment in a framework of service and to motivate the other students. In year 2016, a series of events have been organized daily for the overall personality development of the students. The events included technical project presentation "TECH-EXPO", poster presentation "ELECTRO SKETCH BRAVURA", and "Gentronix Week".

2016-17, INDIA SKILLS 2016

India Skills is India's biggest Skill based Competition steered by Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship(MSDE) and National Skill Development Corporation(NSDC). Teams selected in regional competitions from all over India, competed in different 24 skills/trades including Mobile Robotics,Electronics, Graphic Designing etc at Pragati Maidan on 16th-17th July. Students of ECE 3rd year Raja Sharma & Himansu Tomar has participated there in "Mobile Robotics" and got second prize.

2016-17, Tech-Expo

"A simple idea can inspire, motivate and produce a change". The main motto of this event was to provide students of ECE department an opportunity to enhance the practical knowledge and skills that assist them in personal development, to promote technology and innovation, to address the technical needs of communities to promote betterment in a framework of service. This event proved to be a unique platform for students to showcase their skills. The students from all branches actively participated in the practical session. 36 students participated as 12 different teams and presented their projects. Out of these 3 best projects were selected.

2016-17, Industrial Visit

BSNL ALTTC (Advanced Level Telecom Training Centre), Rajnagar Industrial visit was carried out for EC third year at BSNL ALTTC, Rajnagar on 7th -8th November, 2016. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about current communication basics like, Digital Switching, Mobile Communication-: GSM,3G,4G, Data communication and Information Technology: Broadband, Database administration, Optical network, Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM). The Centre follows the MISSION to-"DELIVER EXCELLENCE THROUGH TRAINING", which was visible from the equipment's used at the
Line follower & Maze Solving A Zonal level competition was held at Hi-Tech, Ghaziabad on 24/02/2016. Our 2nd year students Kunal Verma, Raja Sharma and Rohit participated in Line follower & maze solving competition and won 2nd prize. They were awarded with certificates of appreciation.
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