Value Added Courses

RASPBERRY PI

Course Description:

  • Raspberry Pi is the latest low-cost computing and controlling platform that enables you to create interesting applications with basic programming languages.
  • The training in Raspberry Pi enables understanding how to get started with Raspberry Pi and to do many innovative projects.
  • The course on Raspberry Pi also enables you to learn Python Programming language which is used to give instruction to Raspberry Pi for its operation.
  • The course will commence with hands-on training, providing you with an opportunity to implement all the ideas practically.

Course Objectives:

  • To train the students to startup with Raspberry Pi board and its installation.
  • To familiarize with VI editor and proficiently help them create and modify files.
  • To understand the basics of programming languages used in RPi.
  • To interface various external peripherals with RPi.
  • To develop programs on RPi and to create own projects.

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Boot the RPi with SD card and other peripherals.
  • Create user accounts and to write various programs using Python and C.
  • Network with the RPi and managing directories, files.
  • Create and debug programs in an integrated development environment.
  • Design and develop their own projects using various sensors.
VLSI / VHDL Design

Course Description:

  • This comprehensive course is a thorough introduction to the VHDL language.
  • The emphasis is on writing solid synthesizable code and enough simulation code to write a viable test bench. Structural, Register Transfer Level (RTL) and behavioral coding styles are covered.
  • This class addresses targeting Xilinx devices specifically and FPGA devices in general.
  • The information gained can be applied to any digital design by using a top-down synthesis design approach.

Course Objectives:

  • VLSI offers great opportunities in chip design in the areas of ASIC, FPGA design and Custom Layout design.
  • VLSI is about designing microprocessors and other integrated circuits (ICs).
  • Structured teaching, Professional training, Industry working environment, Recruitment Guidance

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • Be able to use mathematical methods and circuit analysis models in analysis of CMOS digital circuits, including logic components and their interconnectivity.
  • Be able to create models of sized CMOS circuits that realize digital functions.
  • Be able to apply CMOS technology-specific layout rules in the placement and routing of transistors and interconnect and to verify the functionality, timing, power and parasitic effects.
  • Have an understanding of the characteristics of CMOS circuit construction and the comparison between different state-of-the-art CMOS technologies and processes.
  • Be able to complete a significant VLSI design project having a set of objective criteria and design constraints
8 BIT MICRO CONTROLLER- (PIC 16F877A)

Course Description:

  • This course offers a uniquely concise and practical guide to getting up and running with the PIC Microcontroller.
  • The PIC is one of the most popular of the microcontrollers that are transforming electronic project work and product design and this course is the ideal introduction for students, teachers, IT professionals, engineering graduates, technicians and diploma holders.
  • Assuming they have no prior knowledge of microcontrollers and introducing the PIC Microcontroller's capabilities through simple projects, this course is ideal for the students working on their final year projects.
  • The step-by-step explanations and the useful projects make it ideal for student and pupil self-study; this is not just an introductory course - you start work with the PIC microcontroller straight away.

Course Objectives:

  • RISC architecture
  • Students will get hands-on training in PIC controller; they will come to know about interrupts
  • Wide range of interfaces including LCD, KEYPAD, I²C, SPI, USART, A/D, PWM and 7-segment display
  • They can be programmed to be timers or to control a production line and much more. They will learn about memory organizations.
  • Innovative application concepts

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate the ability to design, troubleshoot and simulate assembly and C language programs.
  • Demonstrate the ability to perform logic and timing simulations using a development system.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of controlling circuits and systems interfaced to a development board.
PCB Designing and Fabrication

Course Description:

  • To understand what is PCB and why we need PCB designing.
  • To get knowledge in Power Handling skills in PCB design.
  • To study the functions and applications of ORCAD software.
  • To design and simulate new projects using ORCAD software.
  • To design the PCB board in hardware with Cost consideration and efficiency.

Course Objectives:

  • Power handling skills in PCB design
  • PCB design project for a certain product
  • PCB design in teamwork
  • Practical function & application of ORCAD software
  • The software of design and simulation for new product
  • The design of the board with IC package
  • PCB design with Cost consideration

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • The course follows a step-by-step approach to the development and manufacturing cycle of a printed circuit board.
  • After an overview of standards and existing technology, the course discusses the various engineering functions involved in PCB design and manufacturing.
  • Specific issues are addressed in the areas of manufacturing and assembly, before moving on to PCB testing and quality assurance.
  • The course addresses the potential pollution and safety impacts of PCB manufacturing as well as applicable standards.

Program Outcomes:

  • Identifying the correct components to use in your design
  • Compiling of PCB component libraries
  • Schematic capture
  • PCB layout
  • Compiling of project data pack for manufacturing
Sensors & Drives

Course Description:

  • The course is designed to introduce the art of Sensors and Drives technologies by learning recent developments in the subject.
  • This course will give the opportunity to study and investigate a variety of advanced sensor systems.
  • The student will be presented with real-life engineering scenarios within which the technical work must fit.
  • The course covers the complete details in the electric drives and controls, its working and application at the sensor level.

Course Objectives:

  • To understand the recent developments in sensor enabling technologies.
  • To analyze the performance of a sensor system: Transducer, Electronics and Signal Processing.
  • To get basic understanding of Switch-Mode Power electronic converters in electric drives.
  • To understand the basic requirements placed by sensors and electric drives in mechanical systems.
  • To develop the knowledge of students in the direction of solving the practical problems in engineering and technology through sensors and drives.

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • Able to develop their own application through various sensors and transducers.
  • Able to get thorough knowledge on principles of operation and characteristics of sensors.
  • Able to implement and apply the principles of the sensors in different domain.
  • Able to analyze all types of real time problems using sensors.
  • Able to develop real-time application with digital controllers.
Art of Electronics

Course Description:

  • Students interested in taking courses in basic electronics may enroll in a degree or certificate program in electronics technology.
  • The study of basic electronics technology teaches students how to diagnose, repair, design and create electronics components.
  • The emphasis is first on understanding the characteristics of basic circuits including resistors, capacitors, diodes and bipolar and field effect transistors.
  • This course is an integration of various topics like circuit theory, Digital and linear electronics, Microprocessors and controllers and communication systems.

Course Objectives:

  • To understand what is electricity and how it is used in various applications.
  • To understand the construction and working of active and passive components.
  • To construct more complex circuits such as rectifier circuits and power supplies.
  • To study the working principles of the semiconductor devices and its applications.
  • To identify the difference between digital and linear electronics.

Course Learning Outcomes:

  • Analyze and interpret electrical and electronic diagrams.
  • Evaluate (Measure, Interpret and Explain) the Electronics System parameters and variables with the electronics instruments.
  • To develop your own application using electronic components.
  • To design a real time application with microcontrollers and processors.
  • To understand the methodology of the communication taking place between two devices.
Arduino

Course Description:

  • Arduino is an open-source computer hardware/software platform for building digital devices and interactive objects that can sense and control the physical world around them.
  • In this class you will learn how the Arduino platform works in terms of the physical board and libraries and the IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
  • You will also learn about shields, which are smaller boards that plug into the main Arduino board to perform other functions such as sensing light, heat, GPS tracking or providing a user interface display.
  • The course will also cover programming Arduino using C code and accessing the pins on the board via the software to control external devices.
  • The Arduino Platform, Block diagram, Architecture, Pin functions, overview of main features such as I/O Ports, Timers, interrupts serial port, PWM, ADC, etc.
  • Introduction to Arduino IDE, writing, saving, compiling and uploading sketches
  • Interfacing discrete LEDs, Binary counter, Seven Segment LEDs
  • Interfacing LCD, switch Interface
  • Interfacing with different type of sensors and communication modules

Course Objectives:

  • To know about the outline of the composition of the Arduino development board.
  • To describe what it means to program the board's firmware.
  • To describe what "shields" are and how they are used.
  • To specify the role of libraries in the use of shields.
  • To compile and run a program.
  • To explain functions, their definition and invocation.
  • Explain the implications of global variables.
  • To undertake the Arduino build process.
  • To describe the role of the tools behind IDE.
S. No. Academic Year Year Course Title Hours Students Benefited
1. 2018-19 I Art of Electronics 45 52
2. 2018-19 II Sensors & Drives 8 Bit Micro Controller 45 68
3. 2018-19 III VLSI Design PCB Design & Fabrication 45 69
4. 2018-19 IV Arduino 45 84
5. 2017-18 I Art of Electronics 45 72
6 2017-18 II Sensors & Drives 8 Bit Micro Controller 45 73
7. 2017-18 III VLSI Design PCB Design & Fabrication 45 85
8. 2017-18 IV Arduino 45 88
9. 2016-17 I Art of Electronics Sensors & Drives 45 73
10. 2016-17 II PCB Design & Fabrication 8 Bit Microcontroller 45 85
11. 2016-17 III VLSI Design Raspberry-Pi 45 88
12. 2016-17 IV Arduino 45 92
13. 2015-16 I Art of Electronics Sensors & Drives 45 85
14. 2015-16 II PCB Design & Fabrication 8 Bit Microcontroller 45 88
15. 2015-16 III VLSI Design Raspberry-Pi 45 92
16. 2015-16 IV Arduino 45 103