Department Of Electronics and Instrumentation

AIM OF THE COURSE

CSIT is pioneer institute in this region to introduce Electronics and Instrumentation in 2005 as one of the important branch of Engineering. In view of the requirements of the industry and other R & D organizations, the course gives emphasis on Mathematics, Electronics (Analog and Digital), Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Transducers, Fiber Optics, Computer programming, Computer assisted Measurements, and the latest Instrumentation Techniques.

STRENGTHS

  • The Department is run by Committed, Highly Qualified and Experienced Faculties.
  • In addition to academics, thrust is given for overall development like personality, analytical and event management.
  • Students associations guided by efficient faculties, create platform for students to bring out the talents in Co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
  • Students are encouraged for participation in seminars and prepare projects on industrial problems.
  • Students are exposed to Computer Software Simulation and MATLAB tool.
  • Industrial visits and training programs on SCADA, PLC and Industrial automation which will help students in future.
  • Special classes are arranged for preparation of campus selection and self-grooming.

 LABORATORIES

The Department has the State of Art Laboratories fully Equipped Automatic Control System Lab, Sensor and Transducer lab, Bio Medical Instrumentation Lab, Virtual Instrumentation Lab, Optical Instrumentation Lab ,Programmable logic controller  lab ,Industrial instrumentation lab ,Applied Electronics Lab, Simulation Lab in addition to laboratories of Digital Electronics, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers , Computer Programming, Computer assisted Measurements, and the latest Instrumentation Techniques.

Electronics League of Instrumentation Techno Engineer (ELITE)
The Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering provides a platform to students to showcase their talent and enhance their personality through Students Association, ELITE acronym ‘Electronics League of Instrumentation Techno Engineers' organizes various curricular and extracurricular events under its banner. Students gain rich experience of working as a team and competing amongst different teams.

ACITIVITES

  • Fresher's party- "FIEST 15"
  • Field and track events -"SPARDHA-14"
  • Cultural event - "JALSA 15"
  • "BONVOYAGE-15" -farewell party to seniors
  • Essay writing competition.

DEPARTMENTAL PROJECTS:-

Best Project 2015

Best Project 2014


1. DTMF BASED ROBOTIC ARM
Basically DTMF based robotic arm is developed to be used in the industrial manufacturing systems. This arm uses human mechanism consisting of four finger and thumb. It encompasses all design areas required to make a hand able to move and pick an object, including mechanical design, analysis, electronic PCB design, and software control & gripping algorithms. For a robotic device to perform a given task, it is necessary to control specific movements, to have the capabilities to send orders to the manipulator (in terms of positions or velocities of its final effectors) and sensing the real obtained position or velocity.

2.OVER HEAD CRANE AUTOMATION & YARD MANAGEMENT
This project is an approach to meet the automation needs of the over head cranes. The basic principle of this project is to convert the circular motion developed by the motors in to the linear distance and then controlling this motion by the program in the micro-controller. The operators just have to enter the destination’s two axes co-ordinates and then the crane will itself place the load at the given destination according to the program feeded in the micro-controller. It uses visual basic (VB) as a man machine interface (MMI). Based on these advancements, a complete database can be created about the goods and their location in the yard and hence enabling the manufacturer to keep a close eye on the yard activities.

3.WIRELESS INFRARED MOTION DETECTOR
The wireless motion detector transmitter is designed to detect motion over a narrow field of less than 10 degrees so that the area where motion occurs is easily identified. A miniature active wireless infrared motion
detector contains a self-heating temperature sensitive resistor, an electronic circuit to maintain temperature of that resistor at predetermined constant level which is higher than ambient temperature. The detector actively radiates thermal energy to environment & measures electric power required to generate that energy. This provides information about temperature variations in surrounding objects. The detector is also comprised of a focusing system, image distortion means & a threshold circuit. An optical system can be made of a curved Fresnel lens or curved mirror, such as parabolic, cylindrical, spherical etc., which distributes thermal radiation over narrow or wide field of view, potentially up to 360 degrees. The method of detecting movements is based on the use of a sensor whose temperature is maintained constant & above ambient.

4.MONITORING & CONTROLLING OF GREEN HOUSE ENVIRONMENT
Greenhouses form an important part of the agriculture & horticulture sectors in our country as they can be used to grow plants under controlled climatic conditions for optimum produce. Automating a greenhouse envisages monitoring & controlling of the climatic parameters which directly or indirectly govern the plants growth & hence their produce.

2015

S.No. Date Name of the Activity No. of Participants
1   Fresher's party- "FIEST 15"  
2   Cultural event - "JALSA 15"  
3   "BONVOYAGE-15" -farewell party to seniors  
4   Essay writing competition.  
5 03-10-15 Kabaddi 12 Teams( 10 boys, 2 girls)

2014

S.No. Date Name of the Activity No. of Participants
1 15.11.14 to 17.11.14 Field and track events -"SPARDHA-14" 185
2 10 Nov. 14 Essay Writing 72
3 8th April 2014 BONVOYAGE’14  
4 2nd April 2014 Industrial visit for the  4th & 8th semester students to”Bhilai Steel Plant” 79
5    

2013

S.No. Date Name of the Activity No. of Participants
1. 19th Jan 2013 “Tug of War”  
2. 22nd Feb 2013 REPORT ON EUREKA’13 more >>>>
3. 17th March 2013 Farewell party “Bonvoyage” more >>>>>
4. 3rd August’13 FIEST’13 more >>>>>
5. 14th September’13 JALSA
(A color carnival with Traditional Outlook)
more >>>>>

2011-2012

S.No. Date Name of the Activity No. of Participants
1.   FIEST’12 Welcome Party      more >>>>>
2.  

ELITE, visited “OLDAGE HOME (VRIDHASHRAM)

 more >>>>>
3  

ELITE has organized the Sports events “SPARDHA”

more >>>>>
4. 19th July to 25th July 2013

Student development program on “Hardware & Networking”

 
5. 27th Sept. 2012.

Workshop on “LABVIEW” for final year students

 
6. 11th Oct 2012

Industrial Visit to “CSPTCL, Khedamara

3rd semester students

2010-2011

S.No. Name of the Activity No. of Participants
1 FIEST’11 Welcome Party 120
2 Soldering, CRO Operation,Function Generator, and Electronics Components Testing Process 60
3 IQ, SQ, AND EQ IN MANAGEMENT AND EXISTENCE OF GOD IS IN REALITY 120
4 Volleyers Compania (Inter Department Volley ball Competition) 8 GROUPS
5 Bal Ashram visit (Social Welfare Program) on Independence day 60
6 Bon Voyage (Farwell Party Program) 120
7 FIEST’10 (Welcome Party)   120
8 Add-On -Program on Beginner Robotics 60
9 Guest Lecture on Entrepreneurship Resource & Planning 120
10 Guest Lecture on Management scenario of Electronics in marketing 180

2009-2010

S.No. Name of the Event No. of Participants
1 Eureka-Where Innovations Meet Destination 51
2 Bon Voyage (Farwell Party Program) 120
3 FIEST’09 (Welcome Party) 120
4 Add-On -Program on Soldering, Function Generator & CRO Operation and Description of Electronics Component Testing 60
5 Add –On Program (PCB design using ULTIBOARD Software) 60
6 Guest Lecture on Personality development 180
7 LABVIEW Programming Basics 60
Date Duration Topic of the Guest Lecture Name of the Speaker Number of the Students attended Branch
6/02/2016 1 hr. Career opportunities Mr G P Singh General Secretary,QCFI ,Bhilai 46 6th and 8th
13.10.15 1 hr. Gender Sensitization Dr Raksha Singh,Principal ,SSM Bhilai 38 5th and 7th
25.02.14 1 hr. Role Of Instrumentation Engineering In The Industries Mr L.UMAKANTH , General Manager (Instumentation and Automation
Engineering) SAIL , Bhilai Steel Plant , Bhilai
82 4th,6th and 8th
30.08.13 1 hr. MES Implementation in BSP Shri Jitendra Pratap Singh Chouhan , Sr. Manager  (C & IT) 76 3rd ,5th, 7th
31/1/13  

Industrial Instrumentation and Automation

 

Mr. Siddharth Bardiya (Jr. Manager) and Mr. Sumit Singh Thakur (Jr. Manager EA) from NECO Jaiswal Industries Limited   4th, 6th and 8th
28/9/10 1 hr. Entrepreneurship Resource & Planning Mr. Praytush Sharma

5th – 48,

7th -49

5th, 7th
1/2/11 1 hr. Management scenario of Electronics in marketing Mr. Naveen Verma

5th – 44,

7th -39

4th ,6th, 8th
8/7/10 45 min. Student Counseling under Add-On Program.(Preparation for  GATE Examination) Mr. Indresh Verma

3rd – 45,

5th – 44 ,

7th -39

3th ,5th ,7th
From 4/3/10 to 6/3/10 1 hr. Soldering, Function Generator & CRO Operation and description of Electronics Component Testing. Mr. Yogendra Kumar Gautam   4th
From 14/2/11 to 15/2/11 1:15 hr. Hardware & Networking Mr. Sandeep Rangari   6th
From 8/2/10 to 13/2/10 1 hr. ULTIBOARD Software training Mr. Bhishma Dewangan    6th
17/2/10 2:15 hr. Personality Development Mr. Nitin Pharaskhanewala   8th , 6th, 4th
2901/10 1:45 hr. Industrial Automation and SCADA Programming Mr. Santosh Kumar    
From 13.09.11 to 14.09.11 7:30 hr. Industrial Automation with Electrical Application Mr. Sudipta  Garnayak  61 7th
2.08.10 to 7.08.10 1  hr. Beginner Robotics Mr. Kuldeep Singh Bhatti Day1-25,  Day2-42, Day3-29, Day4-10, Day5-42, Day6-52 5th
22.08.11 2 hr. IQ, EQ, & SQ in Management &  Existence of God is it Reality

Mr. Vyomapada Dasa & 

Mr. GopaVrindapala Dasa

3rd sem :-30, 5th sem :- 43 & 7th sem :- 34 3rd 5th & 7th sem
Name :   Mrs.Archana Tiwari
Designation: Professor
Areas of interest:    Information Security Microwave Engg.
Email: archanatiwari [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.),   Ext. (203)
Name :  Mr.Rajesh Kumar Gupta
Designation: Associate Professor
Areas of interest: Image Processing and Communication System.
Email: rajeshgupta [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.),Ext.(171)
Name :  Mr.Prabhash Kumar Gupta.
Designation: Sr. Assistant Professor & I/C HOD (E&I)
Areas of interest: Programmable Logic Control, Sensor Technology
Email : prabhashgupta [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No. : 0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.),    Ext. (170)
Name :  Mr. Shailendra Dewangan   
Designation:  Assistant Professor
Areas of interest:  Image processing, Communication Technology.
Email:   shailendradewangan [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.:   0788-2229902, 2229903 (Off.), Ext.(220)
Name :   Mrs.Remya Ani
Designation:  Assistant Professor
Areas of interest:  LABVIEW, Instrumentation
Email:  remyaravindran [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.:  0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.), Ext. ()
  Name :   Ms. Shuchi Sirmour
Designation:  Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Image Processing
Email:  shuchisirmour [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.:  0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.), Ext. ()
  Name :  Mr. Nirmal Kumar Pandey
Designation:  Assistant Professor
Area of Int. – PLC, Instrumentation
Email – nirmalpandey [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.:   0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.),   Ext. (209)

 

 

 

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