Electronics and TeleCommunication

Electronics and Telecommunication engineering is the most sophisticated, demanding and largest branch of engineering. It has diverse application areas that have affected our daily life in various ways.

The world is anticipating a new millennium, which is going to be the wireless telecommunication age. Therefore new areas of research in material sciences, optics, MEMS, NEMS, together will contribute to a new revolution in replacing the present state of art devices and systems. Vidyalankar Polytechnic offers a three year Diploma course in Electronics and Tele-Communication Engineering affiliated to Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE), Mumbai and Approved by All India Council for Technical Education.

Total Intake

3 divisions each of 60 students

Vision And Mission


To produce Electronics and Telecommunication engineers capable of effectively using technical knowledge and interpersonal skills to benefit the industry and society.


M1:Providing state of the art facilities and conducive environment enabling the students to sustain the challenges in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication.

M2:Educating the students to face the competitive world, develop leadership skills and to instil discipline and ethics.

M3:Promoting industry institute interaction.

Programme Educational Objectives

Core Competence: To develop expertise amongest students to meet the needs of the employer by using mathematical foundation, electronic fundamentals and enable them to understand and solve engineering problems.

Professionalism: To inculcate life-long learing, codes of professional ethics and entrepreneurial mindset.

Conducive Learning Environment: To provide encouraging academic learning environment needed for a successful professional career so that students can become a nobel soul and an asset to the society.

Programme Specific Outcomes

Electronics and Telecommunication systems: Maintain Various types of Electronics and Telecommunication systems.

EDA Tools Usage: Use EDA tools to develop simple Electronics and Telecommunication engineering related circuits.

Programme Outcomes

Basic KnowledgeApply knowledge of basic mathematics, sciences and basic engineering to solve the broad-based Electronics and Telecommunication engineering problems.

Discipline Knowledge: Apply Electronics and Telecommunication engineering knowledge to solve broad-based Electronics and Telecommunication engineering related problems .

Experiments and Practice: Plan to perform experiments and practices to use the results to solve broad based Electronics and Telecommunication engineering problems.

Engineering and Tools: Apply relevent Electronics and Telecommunications technologies and tools with an understanding of the limitations.

The Engineer and Society: Assess societal,health, safety,legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to practice in field of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering.

Environment and Sustainability: Apply Electronics and Telecommunication engineering solutions also for sustainable development practices in societal and environmental contexts.

Ethics: Apply ethical principles for commitment to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the practice also in the field of Electronics and Telecommunication engineering .

Indivisual and Team Work: Function effectively as a leader and team member in diverse/multidisciplinary teams.

Communication: Communicate effectively in oral and written form.

Life-Long Learning: Engage in indepedent and life-long learning activities in the context of technological changes also in the Electronics and Telecommunication engineering and allied idustry.

Er. Anjum Mujawar

Head, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering anjum.mujawar@vpt.edu.in

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication engineering at Vidyalankar polytechnic aims to develop skills and deepen knowledge of the basic concepts and theories in the field of electronics and telecommunication with applications such as Satellites, Next Generation Mobile phones, Air Traffic Control, etc. Employment opportunities for EXTC engineers are growing rapidly. Recently launched Make in India is not just about manufacturing but also innovation and engineering .India is working towards building smart cities. Smart cities don’t depend only on IT but as a basic infrastructure it is purely dependent on electronics Society.

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The department boasts of a unique mode of learning, one that uses advanced aids for teaching. All the laboratories are provided with Internet facility through broadband connectivity. This facility caters to the computing, information processing and multimedia requirements of the students and faculty of the department. All the laboratories are air conditioned.