Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Message from HoD

A warm and affectionate welcome from the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad. The objectives of the department is to produce graduates meeting the dynamic demands of industry and research. The students are inculcated with ample hands on training and industrial exposure to make them capable of applying the scientific and technical knowledge for the betterment of society.

The Department is fully equipped with all the labs required for the curriculum and industrial demands. The notable asset of our department is the intellectual capital which comprises of highly motivated, technically qualified and well experienced faculty members. The faculty members with their innovative teaching pedagogy helps in the career advancement of the students.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering always believes in continuous improvement.

Dr. V.K.Gupta
(Ph.D-BIT Mesra)
Vision
To be recognized as a center of excellence in Electronics and Communication Engineering by providing valuable resources to the students for the purpose of nurturing their knowledge and skills to serve the nation by solving the technological problems of modern society in the field of Electronics and Communication.

Mission
  • To provide a conducive environment for budding electronics and communication engineers by providing them quality and value based education in the field of electronics and communication.
  • To enable students to achieve industry centric targets and goals for electronic and communication engineering undergraduates.
  • To create a novel learning environment and providing valuable resources to the students to carryout meaningful research and development activities; which will help our students to get quality placements.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)click here to see >>
  • PEO1: To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.
  • PEO2: To provide student with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines and lifelong learning needed for a successful professional career.
  • PEO3: To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth so as to comprehend, analyze, design and create novel products and solutions for the real life problems.
  • PEO4: To prepare students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and electronics engineering fundamentals required to solve engineering problems and also to pursue higher studies.
  • PEO5: To prepare the students in building national capabilities in technology education and research.
Program Outcomes (POs)click here to see >>
    Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  • PO1: Apply the fundamentals of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of complex problems in integration of electronics and communication engineering.
  • PO2: Identify, formulate and review electronics and communication engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using concepts of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  • PO3: Design and develop solutions in the field of electronics and communication problems with appropriate consideration for the benefit of the society.
  • PO4: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design and experimental analysis, interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5: Select, and apply appropriate techniques, tools and resources including prediction and modeling to latest engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6: Develop reasoning based responsibility and professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Understand the importance of the electronics and communication engineering in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Apply ethical practice and commitment to professional ethics and responsibilities.
  • PO9: Work effectively as an individual, as a team member or leader in various manufacturing and service based professional organizations.
  • PO10: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and fundamentals tools and techniques of management and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Understand the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the rapidly changing environment of technological change.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)click here to see >>
  • PSO1: An ability to understand and analyze basic concepts in electronics and communication engineering and its application in various areas like Electronics, Communication, Signal Processing, VLSI, Embeded systems etc.
  • PSO 2: An ability to solve complex Electronics and Communication Engineering problems using latest software and hardware tools.
  • PSO 3: An understanding of social and environmental responsibility with zeal for real world applications using optimal resources.
Programmes offered by the department click here to see >>
    • Name of the Programme - - B .Tech. (ECE)
    • Nature of Programme - Full Time
    • Duration - 4 Years
    • Current Intake - 240 seats
    • Initial Intake - 60 Seats
    • No. of Pass Out Batches - 12
Infrastructure Facilitiesclick here to see >>
    • ECE Department is equipped with state of-the-art labs for B Tech and M Tech courses.
    • ECE Department has well established smart Class Rooms and Seminar hall with e-learning facilities.
    • Department has well equipped Skill Development Lab that opens beyond college working hours to promote students  to showcase  their skills beyond curriculum.
    • Department has a Project Lab  to promote Sponsored Research Projects , Modernization & Development of projects for Optimal utilization of resources
    • Apart from College Central Library, Department has a well developed Departmental Library with Audio & Video facilities.
    • Department also  has a well functional  Industry Interaction Cell to enhance the academia-industry interface.
    • Department has a dedicated technical and cultural forum (Gentronix) for the students and seminars on Contemporary topics are held regularly.
Department Labsclick here to see >>
    Optical Fiber and Networking Laboratoryclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms.Neha Singhal
      Technical Staff : Ms. Shaifali
      Objective: To familiarize students with various kind of fibers and the modulation and demodulation techniques used in optical communication and also to make them aware of concept of transmission and reception of signals. The networking experiments are added so that students are aware of working of router and can configure themselves.
      Major CAD Tools and Equipments
      • Optical Fiber Link Trainer
      • TDM Multiplexing, Demultiplexing Trainer
      • Numerical Aperture Jig and screen
      • Power meter
      • Computer for Networking Practicals
      • Cisco Packet Tracer
      • Windows 2008R2 server
      • Digital Storage Oscilloscope
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      The project could be carried out for different modulation techniques, finding out the Probability of error for different type of fiber, modulation scheme and detection technique used.
    COMMUNICATION LABORATORYclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms.Deepti Sharma
      Technical Staff : Ms. Rekha Maheshwari
    CAD OF ELECTRONICS LABORATORYclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Vipul Bhatnagar
      Technical Staff : Abdul Qadir
      Objective: The main objective of CAD of electronics laboratory is to familiarize undergraduate ECE students with the design concepts of analog and digital circuits and also to analyze their operation using computer aided design tools. Students will carry out simulation and analysis of analog and digital building blocks and their application in the field of modern high speed electronics, communication, instrumentation, digital signal processing systems using Computer Aided Design ﴾CAD﴿ tools. Effort is to bridge the gap between knowledge of an undergraduate engineer and skill set desired by the industry. Orcad , PSPICE is used to simulate BJT, NMOS, and CMOS based circuits whereas Xilinks and VHDL is used for the synthesis and simulation of digital circuits.
      Major CAD Tools and Equipments
      • Xilinx ISE Design Suite 13.2
      • FPGA kit SPARTAN-3 (model: MXS3FK-IM)
      • Orcad 16.0
      • MAT LAB
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      Analog and mixed signal systems (using Op-amp, IC-555, BJTs, NMOS, PMOS etc.) their design, simulation and analysis. Digital systems (adders, multipliers, ALU etc),their design, synthesis, simulation and implementation over FPGA. Design of digital signal processing blocks for various applications using MATLAB.
    COMMUNICATION LABORATORYclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms.Deepti Sharma
      Technical Staff : Ms. Rekha Maheshwari
      Objective: To familiarize students with various analog and digital modulation and demodulation techniques and to make them aware of concept of transmission and reception of signals. The main objective of this lab is to make students construct and analyse circuits on analog and digital communication transmitter and receiver. To enhance the understanding of students for different blocks in analog and digital communication and line coding techniques. Also, different digital modems and codecs are constructed and tested.
      Equipments
      • Amplitude and Frequency Modulation Kits
      • PCM Transmitter and Receiver
      • TDM Multiplexing and Demultiplexing
      • DSB/SSB Transmitter and Receiver
      • Transmission Line Trainer
      • CDMA-DSSS Trainer Kit
      • GSM Evolution Trainer Kit
      • Logic Analyzer
      • Mobile Phone Trainer Kit
      • GPS Trainer Kit
      • Sample & Reconstruction Trainer Kit
      • Spectrum Analyzer
      • Noise Audio Amplifier Kit
      • Antenna Trainer Kit
      • Binary Data Generator
      • Fourier Synthesis Kit
      • Sensitivity Selectivity & Fidility Test of Super heterodyne AM Receiver
      • Digital Storage Oscilloscope
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      This laboratory session provides learning opportunities that should enable the student to do the following upon completion of this course. Modulation schemes and coding for various applications, modern digital communications, in particular source coding, modulation and detection, carrier modulation, and channel coding. The project could be carried out to analyze digital modulation techniques by using signal processing tools. Various GSM and GPS based communication schemes could be implemented. DTMF and Bluetooth based communication projects could also be done.
    DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LABclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Neha Jain
      Technical Staff : Mr. Sachin Goyal
      Objective: To Understand the various logic families, breadboard implementation of registers, counters, adders/subtractors and various digital systems. Implementation of different arithmetic & logic operations by using ALU and also introduction of microprocessor 8085.
      Equipments
      • Digital Trainer Kit
      • Digital IC tester
      • TTL/CMOS Characteristics Kit
      • Logic Gate Trainer
      • 8085 Trainer kit
      • ALU trainer NV 6563
    DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSINGclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Archana Agarwal
      Technical Staff : Ms. Sapna Sharma
      Objective: To Familiarize the students with Signal Processing operations using Matlab and their implementations on DSP and FPGA.
      Equipments
      • DSP Starter kit.
      • Function Generator
      • CRO 250 MHz
      • Vertex-6 FPGA(ML605)
      • Multimedia Speaker
      • MAT LAB Software
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      Speech Processing, Image Processing, Adaptive Signal Processing, Signal Compression, Digital Filter design, DSP-FPGA based projects.
    INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Ritu Agarwal
      Technical Staff : Ms. Savita Joshi
      Objective: In integrated circuits lab, experimental verification of IC parameters is done. Design and implementation of various circuits such as function generator, analog filters, multivibrators, voltage regulators, AGC amplifier and oscillators etc. using ICs such as op-amp, timer, multiplier and PLL as building blocks. Observation and calculation of various performance parameters of the circuits is also done. The main aim is to gain knowledge on performance of the circuit and its applications.
      The circuits are implemented using TL082, LM741, NE555, ASLK, MPY634KP, power supply, function generator and oscilloscope. These circuits are also simulated over Orcad Pspice and results are compared with those of practical set-up. This lab provides students with knowledge of how smaller circuit becomes an integrated part of a larger system.
      Equipments
      • CRO (25 and 30 MHz)-11
      • Function generator-12
      • Multiple power supply-12
      • PLL trainer kit-6
      • VCO trainer kit-4
      • A/D and D/A converter trainer kit
      • Active filter kit-2
      • Op-amp characteristics trainer kit-8
      • Instrumentation amplifier trainer kit-2
      • Op-amp voltage regulator kit-4
      • Monostable multivibrator trainer kit-4
      • Sample and hold kit-4
      • Analog lab trainer-4
      • Orcad PSPICE
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      Analog circuits for various applications can be designed and tested using practical set-up and their performance parameters can be obtained. These circuit parameters can be verified by comparing with those obtained by simulation using CAD tools.
    ANTENNA & MICROWAVE LABORATORY click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Pramod Kumar
      Technical Staff : Ms. Shafali Paul
      Objective: The main objective of Antennas & Microwave Laboratory is to bring graduate students up by practical application studies in microwaves components, antennas, also to demonstrate the electromagnetic propagation using microwave sources and antennas at X band frequencies.
      To provide the state-of-art software for the design and development of various microwave circuits and antennas which is the basic need of our students to cover the qualified engineer requirements in this field.
      Equipments
      • Microwave benches (Reflex Klystron & Gun diode Based)
      • Microwave Components
      • VSWR meters
      • CRO 250 MHz
      • Antenna Trainer Kit
      • Student Version 3D EM Simulation Software (CST & HFSS)
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      RF, microwave antennas, Passive & active circuits for various applications at microwave frequency (Microwave Filters, Microwave Diplexer and Mixer). Solar integrated antenna.
    MICROPROPROCESSOR LABORATORY click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Mukh Ram
      Technical Staff : Mr. Kundan Singh Rautela
      Objective: The main objective of Microprocessor Laboratory is to bring graduate students up a level of understanding the working of microprocessors and microcontrollers. Also students are able to demonstrate the assembly language programming skills by designing various embedded system applications.
      Equipments
      • Microprocessor trainer kit-8085,
      • Microprocessor trainer kit8086
      • Microprocessor trainer kit8031/51
      • Interfacing Modules like
      • DMA Controller,
      • PPI(8255),8253,8251,8259,8257
      • Universal Programmer
      • CRO DMM etc.
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      The students can do their projects supported on assembly language programming. To produce a platform for the scholar to try and do multidisciplinary projects. Also to carry out high quality research in the field of embedded systems.
    NETWORK ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS LABORATORY click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Kamal Raj Singh
      Technical Staff : Ms. Sapna Sharma
      Objective: The main Objective of Network Analysis and Synthesis Laboratory is to familiarize and develop practical understanding in undergraduate students of electronics and communication engineering about basic building blocks of analog electronics like OP-AMP, electrical circuits like RC, RL & LC.
      To design, implement and test various electrical circuits like filters, integrators, VCVS, two port networks etc. using these building blocks.
      Equipments
      • CRO (SM 410)
      • Function Generator (SM 5070)
      • Multiple Power Supply psd3304
    ELECTRONIC WORKSHOP & PCB LAB click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mrs. Shikha Gupta
      Technical Staff : Mr. S.P.Verma
      Objective: The main objective of Electronic Workshop & PCB Lab is to make the students familiar with components, measuring instruments and to create interest in Hardware Technology. It is geared towards teaching the students to use the PCB Design tool, allows the students to design, layout, assemble and test an electronic system implemented on a PCB.
      Equipments
      • Double sided UV photo unit m/c
      • Photo contact unit m/c
      • Photo curing m/c
      • PCB Drilling m/c
      • Roller tinning machine
      • Shearing m/c 300 mm
      • Proto curing m/c oven
      • Proto Developer Dye machine
      • Photo-Shot PCB Camera m/c
      • Transformer winding machine
      • Photo resist dip coating m/c
      • Coil winding m/c
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      PCB Designing and testing for all electronics and communication related projects based upon op-amp, timer, transistor, diode, transformer, regulators and other Analog &Digital ICs.
    PROJECT LAB click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Nutan Raghav
      Technical Staff : Mr. Kiranpal
      Objective: The objective of the project Laboratory is to help the student s develop ability to apply the engineering and technological concepts, tools and techniques to study and attempt to solve any engineering or system problem.
      In this practical course students will carry out a design oriented project work using various analog/ digital building blocks which they have already studied in their analog electronic/digital electronic courses such as Electronic circuits, integrated circuits and filter design.
      Equipments
      • Various Test Equipments: CRO, IC Tester, Multimeter.
      • Signal Generation Equipments: DC Regulated Power Supply, Function Generator.
      • Temperature Controlled Soldering Iron
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      Various real time problems can be solved by implementing required analog , digital components , microcontrollers etc. Various Security, Safety, Navigation, Tracking, Detection, Sensing , Automation, Ranging Control Systems can be realized for day to day problems .Biker’s Safety System , Automatic Home security System, Navigation based Security system are few of them. Students are encouraged and provided support in solving these issues by providing them proper guidance.
    SKILL DEVELOPMENT LAB click here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms.Rashi Gupta
      Technical Staff : Mr. S. P. Verma
      Objective: To develop the skills of design and analysis of analog and digital circuits using cadence VIRTUOSO is the main objective of skill and development lab. The students are able to make the schematics as well as they learn to generate the layouts of analog and digital circuits. The students also experience running simulations with cadence VIRTUOSO.
      Equipments
      • Cadence VIRTUOSO software
      • Various Test Equipments: CRO, IC Tester, Multimeter.
      • Signal Generation Equipments: DC Regulated Power Supply, Function Generator.
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      Design and analysis of low voltage low power circuits, Design and analysis of CMOS compatible active elements, Layouts of MOS based circuits, Post-layout simulations of analog and digital circuits, Design and analysis of semiconductor memories such as SRAM, DRAM etc. Embedded System.
    ELECTRONIC DEVICES LABclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Tripti Tripathi
      Technical Staff : Mr. Kunwar Pal
      Objective: To expertise in lab equipment handling and understanding the basic devices, their properties, characteristics in detail, along with their practical usage in the circuit. The main objective of this curriculum/course is to make the students well versed with basic electronic components and circuits. The students are able to :
      • Understand the nature and scope of modern electronics.
      • Describe physical models of basic components.
      • Design and construct simple electronic circuits to accomplish a specific function, e.g. designing amplifiers.
      Equipments
      • NB 207C 70MHz DSO
      • Analog to Digital convertor kit
      • FET Characteristics Trainer Kit
      • POWER Differential Amplifier Kit
      • SCR Characteristics Trainer Kit.
      • TRIAC Characteristics Trainer Kit.
      • Emitter Follower Trainer Kit.
      Types of Project (R& D/ Consultancy) that can be carried out in the laboratory:
      This laboratory session provides learning opportunities that should enable the student to do the following upon completion of this course: Set up a bias point in a transistor. Verify the working of diodes, transistors and their applications. Build a common emitter/base/collector amplifier and measure their Voltage gain. Learn to design different types of filters ,oscillators , converters and their applications.
SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/FDP ORGANIZEDclick here to see >>
    Session 2016-17click here to see >>
      WORKSHOP ON MATLABclick here to see >>

        Electronics and Communication department has organised a one day technical session on Mathworks product i.e. “MATLAB and Simulink” on 24th September 2016. MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based multi-domain dynamic and embedded systems.The session has been delivered by DesignTech Systems Ltd. which is one of the largest CAD, CAM, CAE, PLM Solutions & Engineering Services Provider in the Country with wide portfolio to address the most specific embedded systems and complex engineering requirements.

      Short course/ workshop attended:
    • Ms. Garima Gupta has attended 05 days short term course on “Vision, Graphics and their Applications”, at IIT Roorkee, Uttrakhand from 4th to 8th July 2016.
    • Mr. Atul Kumar has attended Six days FDP on state of Artificial Communication Circuits & Intelligent Systems at JIIT, Noida from 18th to 23rd July 2016.
    Session 2016-15click here to see >>
      “KAUSHALAM”..... A platform to learn various Microcontroller based projectsclick here to see >>

        A one day workshop cum hands on session has been organized in ECE department by the faculty coordinator Mr. Pratik Purohit on 7th April 2016. The workshop was based on “Interfacing of various peripherals with Aurdino”. The topics which was covered in that workshop were Introduction to Aurdino open source platform and hardware specifications, Interfacing of LED and buzzer, reading input from switch, reading analog input from potentiometer, brightness control of LED, Serial communication between Aurdino and computer.

      Workshop on MATROBOTICS (9th APRIL 2016)click here to see >>

        A workshop was organized Dated on 9th April 2016 in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Inderprastha Engineering College in association with CETPA Info tech Pvt. Ltd in which 30 faculty members have participated with the motive to enhance learning and through lecture and lab session on the latest tools of MATLB for further research and industry oriented projects by faculty and students.

    • Dr. V.K. Gupta attended a two day curriculum development workshop on “Restructuring new Curriculum” organized by Dr. APJAKTU, Lucknow from 18th to 19th April, 2016.
    • Ms. Shalini Singh, Ms Priyanka D. Gupta & Ms. Shafali Jagga attended a six days faculty development program on “Embedded Software Engineer Job Role” at Department of Electrical and Electronics, BVCOE, New Delhi from 16th to 21th May 2016.
    • Dr. V. K. Gupta done online certification course on EE210xS16: signals and systems from 7th January to 30th April offered by IIT Bombay.
    • Arti Sharma has attended national workshop on computational intelligence (NWCI-2016) from 26th to 28th May.
    • Mr. Vipul Bhatanagar has attended three days Faculty Development Program on “Linear Integrated Circuits”, A system Approach” at Merrut institute of Engineering and Technology, Merrut from 30th May to 1st June 2016.
    • Ms. Nutan Raghav has attended 5 days faculty development program on “Digital Signal Processing ” at ABESEC, Ghaziabad from 7th to 11th June 2016.
    • Ms. Neha Jain has attended one day Atair,s Seminar on Shorten Systems Design Cycles with Model Based, at Hotel Le Meridian, New Delhi on 17th June 2016.
    • FDP on “MATROBOTICS” in association with CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd. On 09th April, 2016.
    • Workshop cum hands on session on “Interfacing of various peripherals with ARDUINO” on 07th April, 2016.
    • Workshop on “VLSI Front End (FPGA) and Back End (ASIC) Technologies on 27th Feb, 2016.
    • One day Hand-on Training on “Cadence Virtuoso Tool” conducted on 17th Oct, 2015.
    • Workshop on “VLSI Front End and Back End Technologies” on 10th Oct, 2015.
    • FDP program on “MATLAB & its Application in Signal Processing and Electric Drives”, MASPEC’15 from 14-17th July, 2015.
    Session 2015-14click here to see >>
    • National Seminar on “Recent Trends in Microelectronics & Communication Systems” on 04th April, 2015.
    • Advance Workshop on “Layout Design using Cadence Virtuso tools” conducted on 17 & 18th March, 2015.
    • Workshop on VLSI Design using FPGA on 05th Sept, 2014.
    • Workshop on PCB Design on held 04th & 05th Sept, 2014.
    • One day Staff Development Program on "MATLAB" held on 20 Sept, 2014.
    • Workshop on Embedded System for career prospects and embedded system on 30th Aug, 2014.
    • Skill Development Class for learning ORCAD (Analog & Digital Simulation) and MATLAB from 11th Aug to 14th Aug, 2014.
    Session 2014-13click here to see >>
    • Workshop on Wireless Technology on 03rd March, 2014.
    • Workshop on PCB designing for B.Tech Ist Year EC&EN students from 23-25 Oct, 2013.
    • Lecture on “Next Generation Networks” (NGN) by Mr. Ashok Kumar, Divisional Engineer, BSNL, Noida on 22nd April, 2013.
Industrial Collaborationsclick here to see >>
    Centre of excellence in VLSI Design and Embedded Systemsclick here to see >>
      Incharge : Mr. Vipul Bhatnagar
      Staff Incharge : Mr. S.P Verma

      Department of Electronics and Communication have collaborated with “Tech Adityaa”. The department have established a new lab in the same regard. This company deals with DSP and FPGA, real time embedded design. The purpose of this collaboration is to provide training to the students as per industry standards on self support basis. The main aim of this is to bridge gap between industry and academics and to enhance employability in core areas. Students are able to understand various projects based on VLSI and FPGA which will be useful in their placements in core companies. A memorandum of understanding was signed between ECE Department and “TECH ADITYAA” on 19th of August 2016.

    Center of excellence by EdGate Technologiesclick here to see >>
      Incharge : Ms. Ritu Aggarwal
      Staff Incharge : Mr. Abdul Quadir

      To spur development, economical growth and thereby improving the living standard, the engineering education has to play a crucial role in providing a huge pool of skilled, knowledgeable and industry ready engineers. To ensure ready deployment in structured industry, regular work streams, specific training is essential. To fit this requirement IPEC-ECE has team up with EdGate technologies which is partner of TI India University Program. EdGate Technologies is a technology development and training provider in embedded system design domain. It imparts both hardware design and software development, with expertise covering many processors (especially ARM microcontrollers) and real time operating systems. In addition to a prototyping platform, an off-the-shelf deployment solution will save students time and money by decreasing integration costs and reducing verification and certification expenses. TI university program is the interaction between the TI technology educators and the engineers tomorrow. The advanced analog and embedded processing technologies fuel the processing of students and educators in university lab worldwide. Under this agreement EdGate will provide hardware and curriculum, lab setup, faculty development program , workshops and training program to accommodate.

    EFY Groupclick here to see >>
      Incharge : Mr. KamlRaj
      Staff Incharge : Mr. Kiran Pal

      The memorandum of understanding has been made and agreed upon on 3rd October 2016 between Inderprastha engineering College and EFY enterprises pvt. Ltd. For the specific purpose of providing training to empower students to become industry centric engineers. EFY and IPEC will jointly run a hobby club named EIP (Edit-in-Place) to encourage students for hands on knowledge of various ideas. The collaboration targets providing theoretical material, guidance and support in troubleshooting the problem faced by students while implementing projects and organize seminar on technical and industry updates.

    Niswa Engineering Solutionclick here to see >>
      Incharge : Mr. Pramod Kumar

      A memorandum of understanding have been signed on 30th Sept. 2016 between NISWA industrial automation training & Inderprastha Engineering College. Initially a batch of 60 students are getting training for a period of 2 months, 3 days for 2 hours/week. The objective of this collaboration is to promote and enhance academic interest between NISWA industrial automation training & Inderprastha Engineering College and advice for implementation of quality of education at NIAT.

Students Activitiesclick here to see >>
    2016-17click here to see >>
      INDIA SKILLS 2016click here to see >>

        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.

      Tech-Expo click here to see >>

        TECHEXPO

        “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.

      Gentronix click here to see >>

        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”.

      Industrial visit click here to see >>
        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.

BEST PROJECTSclick here to see >>
    Session 2015-16click here to see >>

      S.NoName of the student(s)Project TitleProject SupervisorContribution /Achievement/ Research Output
      1 Sudhir Kumar Nagar Utkarsh
      Gaurav Yadav
      Hemant Kumar
      Design DRA AntennaMr. Pramod KumarImplemented and Functional / Submitted research paper
      2 Aastha Mehta Ankita Singh
      Apoorva Dubey
      Deeksha Sharma
      Automatic Railway Gate Control SystemMs. Shafali JaggaImplemented and Functional
      3 Sanyog Mani Tripathi Satyam Raghuvanshi
      Saurabh Sagar
      Devesh Singh Dhakrey
      RFID and GSM based student attendance monitoring systemMs. Pooja PathakImplemented and Functional
      4 Diksha Sachan Diksha Vashistha
      Harshit Bansal
      Himanshu Duhoon
      Bluetooth Based Home Automation using Android DeviceMs. Priyanka D GuptaImplemented and Functional
      5 Sanyog Mani Tripathi Satyam Raghuvanshi
      Saurabh Sagar
      Nand Kishor
      Image Processing using XILINX System GeneratorDr. V. K. GuptaImplemented and Functional

    Session 2014-15click here to see >>

      S.NoName of the student(s)Project TitleProject SupervisorContribution /Achievement/ Research Output
      1 Anuj Kumar Teotia Arpit Singh
      Aakarsh Relan
      Abhishek Vimal
      Optical wireless Audio SystemMs Priyanka BhardwajImplemented and Functional
      2 Ayushi Birla Bhawna Pathak
      Anshuman Singh
      Rea time face recognition system from surveillance videoMs Deepti SharmaImplemented and Functional
      3 Pankaj Kumar Ray Nidhi Gupta
      Ritika Singhal
      Inderpal Singh Vaid
      TMS320C6713 based voice activated home appliance using matlabMs Archna AggarwalImplemented and Functional
      4 Leena Yadav Nikita Malhotra
      Varun Kumar Bhatia
      Paras Kathuria
      Sun tracking solar panel with mechanical lock during non-tracking periodMs. Shafali JaggaImplemented and Functional
      5 Medha Arora Mohd. Sayem Hussan
      Reetesh Kumar Singh
      Rahul Baranwal
      Study and basic working of DSP-FPGA board using Xilinx system generatorDr. V.K. GuptaImplemented and Functional

    Session 2013-14click here to see >>

      S.NoName of the student(s)Project TitleProject SupervisorContribution /Achievement/ Research Output
      1 Sanket Rai Prasant Kr Shukla
      Nagendra Kumar Rai
      Pramendra Yadav
      Wavelength division multiplexing simulation using matlabMs. Pooja MishraImplemented and Functional
      2 Sarthak Agarwal Tarun Kumar
      Taxali Kunal Ripudam
      Udit Bhatnagar
      Design and implementation of active bandpass filter for low frequency RFIDMs. Ritu AgarwalImplemented and Functional
      3 Nikhilesh Soni Namita Kumari
      Nitesh Kumar
      Rohit Rai
      TMS320C6713 based speech operated home appliancesMs. Archana AgarwalImplemented and Functional
      4 Abhijeet Srivastava Aishwarya
      Kirti Tiwari
      G S Madhavi
      Digital watermarking using matlabMs. Garima GuptaImplemented and Functional
      5 Abhishek Yadav Akash Kumar
      Ajay Kumar Gupta
      Akhilesh
      Audio Signal denoising using Matlab and TMS320C6713Dr. V.K. GuptaImplemented and Functional

Key Alumni Dataclick here to see >>

    S.NoName of the student(s)BatchWorking @Picture
    1 Shweta Singh 2015 BatchDesign Engineer Synopsys, Hyderabad
    2 Sudhanshu Bhardwaj 2015 BatchDesign Engineer Synopsys, Hyderabad
    3 Parul Sharma 2015 BatchDesign Engineer Cadence, Noida
    4 Mohd. Sayem 2015 BatchDesign Engineer Eigen Technologies, Delhi
    5 Lakshay Arora 2016 BatchDesign Engineer Ministry of Defence, Delhi
    6 Himani Maurya 2016 BatchSystem Engineer Job Level 3 Infosys
    7 Nilesh Kumar Singh 2016 BatchSenior Executive Sun Systems
    8 Priya Kumari 2016 BatchAssistant System Engineer-Trainee TCS

Research & Developmentclick here to see >>
    Publication In National & International Journalsclick here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
        • Pooja mishra, Rahul shukla, “Study of Wavelength Division Multiplexing Based Fiber Optic Link,” International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Vol. No. 8, Issue 02, July – December 2016.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Assistant Professor, ECE published a paper on “Low Voltage and Low Power SRAM Read and write Assist Techniques” in International Journal of Science Technology and Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 2, August 2016.
        • Atul Kumar, Assistant Professor, ECE published a paper on “Novel CMOS current inverting differential input transconductance amplifier and its application” in International Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers, vol. 26 (1), 2017.
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
        • S, Lal.N & Singh.K, " An Improved Slotted Patch Antenna for RFID Application", International Journal of Computer and Communication System Engineering , Vol. 2(2), pp.360-364, 2015
        • Sakshi Gaur, V.K.Gupta, “A Review on Filtered-X LMS Algorithm”, International Journal of Signal Processing System, volume 4, no. 2,pp. 172-176, 2016.
        • Aghna Tajammul, Deepak Kumar Gupta andV.K. Gupta, "Analysis of Noise Signal Cancellation using LMS, NLMS and RLS Algorithms of Adaptive Filter ",Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering , Volume 2, Issue 14 ,pp. 50-53, 2015
        • Pushpendra Singh, V.K.Gupta, P.N. Hrisheekesha, "A Review on Shape based Descriptors for Image Retrieval", International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 125, no.10, pp.27-32,September 2015.
        • Shuchi Bansal, Shivani Yadav, “Power Minimization Technique For Circuit Under Test”, International Journal of Advance Research In Science And Engineering, Vol.4, Issue 04, pp.167-174, 2015.
        • Rashi Gupta, Ajay Kumar Yadav, “WDMA Optical System Designing with Simulating Tools and Codes", International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research ,Volume 3, Issue4, pp. 180-182, 2015
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Sujata Pandey and Pradeep Kumar, ”Analysis of SRAM bit cell topologies in submicron CMOS technology”, International Journal of Simulation- Systems, Science and Technology, vol.13, pp.1-7,2016.
        • Juhi Singh, Vipul Bhatnagar, ”Design, implementation and analysis of low power pulse decoder for SRAM”, International Journal of Advanced Research Electronics and Communication Engineering, Volume 5, Issue 4, pp.948-951, 2016.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Sonali Shrotriya, “Analysis and Comparison of Various Sense Amplifier Topologies for SRAM”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 5, Issue 4, pp.439-443, 2016.
        • Juhi Rastogi, Vipul Bhatnagar, ”Low power high performance pulsed flip-flops based on signal feed scheme”, International Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science,  volume 3, issue 01, pp. 1139-1147, 2015.
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
        • Kalyanasundaram, N. and Agnihotri, “Large signal field analysis of linear beam traveling wave amplifier for a sheath-helix model of the slow-wave structure supported by dielectric rods. Part 1: Theory,” Progress in Electromagnetic Research B, vol. 57, pp. 87-104, 2014, [ SCI, Impact factor: 5.298].
        • Kalyanasundaram, N. and Agnihotri, “Large signal field analysis of linear beam traveling wave amplifier for a sheath-helix model of the slow-wave structure supported by dielectric rods. Part 2: Numerical results,” Progress in Electromagnetic Research B, vol. 58, pp. 187-197, 2014, [SCI, Impact factor: 5.298].
        • Manimala Pal, Joysmita Chatterjee and Rowdra Ghatak, “Multiband Bandpass Filters with Wide Upper Stop Band using Asymmetrically Positioned Stub Loaded Open Loop Resonators”, AEUE - International Journal of Electronics and Communications, 68(11), pp. 1041-1046, 2014(SCI)
        • Majhi, M. Rout, V. Baghel, “On the Development and Performance Evaluation of a Multiobjective GA-based RBF Adaptive Model for the Prediction of Stock Indices”, Elsevier Journal of King Saud University - Computer and Information Sciences, 26(3), 319-331, September 2014.(SCOPUS)
        • Kumar and Atul Kumar, “Image denoising techniques in spatial domain and wavelet domain”, International Journal of Engineering Research and technology, Vol. No. 3, Issue No. 2, 2014.
        • Shailendra Singh, Ashok Kumar, Kapil Kumar, Raghbendra Singh Tomar, Pramod Kumar “Extended port dual band planar branch line coupler”, , IJETAE , vol. 4,pp 497-500, 2014
        • Deepesh Dubey, Tripti Tripathi, “Implementation of low voltage low power CMOS analog multiplier”, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) , volume3, issue9, Sep.2014
        • Sangeeta Sharma, Deepak Gupta, V.K.Gupta, Mahesh Chandra, “A Review on Transform Domain Adaptive Filters”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies, Vol. 5 (5) , pp. 6609-6613, 2014.
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
        • Baghel, G. Panda, “Development and Performance Evaluation of Generalised Doppler Compensated Adaptive Pulse Compression Algorithm”, IET Radar, Sonar & Navigation, 8(4), 297 – 306, 2014. (SCI, ISSN: 1751-8784, IF: 1.135)
        • Baghel, G. Panda, “Development of an Efficient Hybrid Model for Range Sidelobe Suppression in Pulse Compression Radar”, Elsevier Aerospace Science and Technology, 27(1), 156–162, 2013. (SCI, ISSN: 1270-9638, IF: 0.940)
        • Baghel, G. Panda, “Development and Performance Evaluation of an Improved Complex Valued Radar Pulse Compressor”, Elsevier Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 26(10), 2653–2660, November 2013. (SCI, ISSN: 0952-1976, IF: 2.207)
        • V.K. Gupta, Mahesh Chandra, S. N. Sharan, “Acoustic Echo and Noise Cancellation System for Hand-Free Telecommunication using Variable Step Size Algorithms”, Radioengineering, vol.22, no.1,pp.200-207, April 2013.(SCOPUS, SCI Indexed, IF .739)
    Publication In National & International Conferencesclick here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
        • 1. Pooja mishra, Rahul shukla, “Study of Wavelength Division Multiplexing Based Fiber Optic Link,” at 4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering Science and Management, 7th august 2016, ISBN 978-93-86171-01-6,Pg. No. 245-250, Goa, India.
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
        • Aarti Sharma, J. K. Rai and R. P. Tewari, “Epileptic seizure prediction and identification of epileptogenic region using EEG signals”, Proc. of IEEE conference on Green Computing and Internet of Things (ICGCIOT), pp. 1194-1198, 8-10 October 2015, Noida.
        • Aarti Sharma, “ Eplieptic seizure prediction using power analysis in beta band of EEG signals”, Proc. of IEEE conference on soft computing techniques and implementation( ICSCTA), pp. 64-68, 8-10 October 2015, Faridabad.
        • Aarti Sharma, K. Rai and R. P. Tewari, “Multivariate EEG signal analysis for early prediction of epileptic seizure”, Proc. of IEEE conference on Recent Advances in Engineering and Computational Science(RAECS), pp. 1-5, 21-22 December 2015, Chandigarh.
        • Kumar and B. Chaturvedi, “A novel current-mode quadrature oscillator operated at low voltage”, Proc. of Advances in Engineering & Technology (AET-2015), Cochin, Dec 2015.
        • Baghel, G. Panda and S.K. Verma, “Efficient Design of Radar Waveforms using Novel Multiobjective Optimization Technique”, proc. of International Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering and Computational Sciences (RAECS), Chandigarh, India, 21-22 December 2015.
        • Garima Gupta, V. K. Gupta, Mahesh Chandra, "A Review on Video Watermarking Techniques in Spatial and Transform Domain", proc. of International Conference on Information System Design and Intelligent Applications(INDIA 2016) , 8-9, January, 2016, Visakhapatanam.
        • Kshitiza Singh, Rajat Kumar Singh, “Energy Efficient Fuzzy Based Adaptive Routing Protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks”, Proc. of UPCON, December 2015.
        • Mukh Ram, Sushrut Das, Ram Lal Yadava “A Dual Band V- Fractal Antenna” , Proc. of International Conference on International Conference on Microwave and Photonics (ICMAP2015), School of Mines(ISM) Dhanbad Jharkhand, on December 11-13, 2015.
        • Mukh Ram, Sushrut Das, Ram Lal Yadav, “A Hexagonal Multiband Fractal Patch Antenna” Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Antenna and propagation North America Radio Science meeting, VancouverC., Canada July 19-24, 2015.
        • Neha Singhal, Ankur Bansal, Deepti Agarwal, and Ashwni Kumar, “A Survey on Performance Enhancement in FSO Through Spatial Diversity and Beamforming,” proc. Of IEEE ICSCTA, Manav Rachna University, Faridabad, 2015
        • Pramod Kumar, Santanu Dwari, Shailendra Singh, Jitendra Kumar," A Novel Design of Dual Band Convex Hexagonal Dielectric Resonator Antenna", Proc. of ICECS-2016,Coimbatore,Tamilnadu, India,2016.
        • Rumi Rastogi, Sujata Pandey “Implementing Low Power Dynamic Adders in MTCMOS Technology” , Proc. of IEEE international Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems, ICECS-2015, Coimbatore, India,2015.
        • Rumi Rastogi, Sujata Pandey “Leakage power reduction in MTCMOS based high speed adders”, Proc. of IEEE International  Conference on Computer, Communication and Control, proc. of  IC4-2015, Indore, India.
        • Prateek Saxena, V.K. Gupta, Mahesh Chandra," Musical Noise Reduction Capability of Various Speech Enhancement Algorithms ", Proc. of International Conference on Information System Design and Intelligent Applications(INDIA 2016), 8-9, January, 2016, Visakhapatanam.
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
        • Aarti Sharma, “Frequency band separation of EEG signals for epileptic patient”, proc. of International Conference on VLSI,Communication & Network, IET Alwar, pp. 112-115, 
        • K. Samal, V. Baghel, S. K. Pani, S. Panda, and A. Panda, “Fault-Tolerant Scheduling of Real-Time Tasks on Multiprocessor based Systems using PSO”, Proc. of International Conference on Communication and Computer Networks of the Future (COMNET 2014), Computer Society of India, Coimbatore, India, 14-15 March 2014.
        • K. Samal, S. Panda, V. Baghel, G.Panda, “ACO and GA based Fault-Tolerant Scheduling of Real-Time Tasks on Multiprocessor Systems – A Comparative Study”, proc. of IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Control (ISCO), 118-124, Coimbatore, India, 10-11 January 2014.
        • Asutosh Kar, Pankaj Goel, Mahesh Chandra, Vijay Kumar Gupta, “A Low-Cost, Portable Alternative for a Digital Lock-In Amplifier Using TMS320C5535”, Proc. of IEEE TENCON-2014, ,pp.1-5, Thailand, 2014.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Sujata Pandey and Pradeep Kumar,”Design and simulation of 16x8 synchronous SRAM in 90nm CMOS technology”, International Conference on Recent Cognizance in Wireless Communication & Image Processing, Jaipur, 2014 (SPRINGER).
        • V.K. Gupta, V. K. Gupta and Mahesh Chandra, “Review Paper on Linear and Nonlinear Acoustic Echo Cancellation”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Frontiers of Intelligent Computing: Theory and Applications (FICTA) 2014, Vol.2, pp. 465-473, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-12012-6_51. Proceedings is published in Springer Book Series on "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing", Volume 328, 2015, pp 465-473 as book chapter.
        • V.K. Gupta, D. K. Gupta, Mahesh Chandra, “Real time noise canceller using modified sigmoid function RLS algorithm”, proceedings of International Conference on Computational Vision and Robotic(ICCVR-2014) 9th-10th, August, 2014 Bhubaneswar, INDIA, 2014. Proceedings is published in Springer Book Series on "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing", Volume 332, 2015, pp 63-70 as book chapter.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Chandani Attri, Sujata Pandey,”Optimization of row decoder for 128x128 6T SRAMs”, Proc. of IEEE International Conference VLSI Systems, Architecture, Technology & Applications , Bengaluru 2015
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Sujata Pandey and Pradeep Kumar,”Analysis and implementation of ripple and area efficient charge pump circuits”, Proc. of International conference on signal processing and integrated networks (SPIN 2015), Noida,2015
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
        • Amita Agnihotri, “Design of Travelling Wave Amplifiers based on Field Theory” , Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013
        • Amita Agnihotri, “Two-dimensional field theory analysis of Travelling Wave Amplifiers”, Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013
        • Baghel, A. Panda, G. Panda, “An efficient hybrid adaptive pulse compression approach to radar detection”, IEEE Proc. of International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication (ICSC), pp.376-380, Noida, India, 12-14 Dec 2013.
        • A.K. Samal, S. Panda, V. Baghel, G. Panda, “Fault-Tolerant scheduling of real-time tasks on multiprocessor using ant colony optimization”, Proc. of International Conference on Computing and Systems (ICCS – 2013), 143-153, 21-22, Burdwan, West Bengal, India, September 2013.
        • Garima Gupta, Chandani Sharma, Ruchita Gautam, “Patchwork- Based Audio- Visual Watermarking,” ,  Internatonal Conference on Communications & Electronics,  Krishna Institute of Engineering & Technology, 28th-29th November 2013.
        • Mukh Ram, Sushrut Das, Ram Lal Yadava “ “A trapezoidal fractal Patch Antenna” International Conference on International Conference on Microwave and Photonics (ICMAP2015), School of Mines(ISM), Dhanbad ,Jharkhand,  DEC 11-13, 2013.
        • Nutan, Karishma Sharma, Taru Tewatia , “Characterization & Analysis of Various Current Mirrors using 180Nano Technology”,Proc. of International Conference on Recent Trends In Electronics Communication & Vlsi, Sept 2013.
        • Pooja Mishra, D.Chadha,V. Chandra, “Study of effect of parameters of laser diode on the performance of free space optical terrestrial link”, Proc. of  Tenth International Conference on Wireless and Optical Communications Networks (WOCN) , pp 1-4, July 26-28, 2013.
        • Shafali Jagga, "Design and study of MEMS Based Pressure Sensors", Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013.
        • S.K.Singh , D.S.Chauhan, S.V.Singh ,Tripti Tripathi, , “Characterization and Improvement of SNM in Deep Submicron SRAM Design”, Proc. of International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks(SPIN 2014), Amity, Noida, Pg. No. 538-542, 20-21 February, 2014.
        • Pankaj Goel, Sonam Rai, Mahesh Chandra and V. K. Gupta, “Analysis of    LMS Algorithm in Wavelet Domain”, Proc of Conference on Advances in Communication and Control Systems 2013 (CAC2S 2013), Dehradun, pp. 734-738, 06-07 April 2013.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, “Designing of 6x8 SRAM using bulk MOS and Double Gate MOS and performance comparison” Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Sujata Pandey, Pradeep Kumar, “A low-power current conveyor for 65nm SRAM current sense amplifier” Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Mandavi Mukherjee, “A survey of 1-bit full adders in submicron technology” Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, Prashant Gupta, “Techniques to mitigate leakage power in deep submicron MOS circuits” Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013.
        • Vipul Bhatnagar, “A current sense amplifier for on–chip caches” Proc. of National Conference on Electronics and Communication Systems (NCECS-2013), Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad,  5-6 April,2013.
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