Electronics & Communication
Knowledge will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. - Albert Einstein
With rapid progress in information technology, role of communications has become even more crucial to increase industry efficiency and competitiveness. The students of Electronic and Communication Engineering cover designing as well as testing of electronic circuits. Students will develop competence in areas like Advanced Communication Systems, Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, Radar Engineering, Signal Processing, Low Power Design, Spread Spectrum Communication Systems, Embedded systems, Robotics, Microwaves & Antenna, Optical Communication and Networks.
FDP on Applications of Perovskite Based Photovoltaic Devices by Dr. Sandeep Pathak at SDIET, Faridabad. Dr. Sandeep Pathak is an Assistant Professor at IIT Delhi. Prior to this he has been a researcher at Oxford University (UK), University of Cambridge (UK), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA).
Dr. M.N. Desmukh has two decades of rich academic experience in teaching, research development and administration. Alumni of IIT Delhi and NIT Bhopal, his ideology focuses on technical brilliance and professional grooming of students for overall success in different facets of life. He has several publications of international and national repute to his credit.
Mr. Lavish Arora acquainted the students of 2nd & 3rd year computer science and electrical engineering students with basics of Python programming language.
In its endeavour to provide a platform for the youth to showcase their talents and skills in fierce competitions, displaying cutting edge technology and research from all over the globe, having personalities motivate the youth and promoting solutions to alleviate the common man of his banal yet significant problems, Vetratva strives for one and all to get inspired and look up to.
Institutional Training Program by Petroleum Conservation Research Association was held on “Energy Conservation” for B.Tech Students of Civil, Mechanical, ECE & EE.