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About Department

Vision :

Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management envisages the institute par excellence, providing world class Technical and Management Education.

Mission :

To impart quality education in the field of Engineering and Management; to foster mutually beneficial relationship with industries; to create intellectually stimulating environment for learning, research and promotion of professional and ethical values.

The Department teaches theory and lab course in Engineering Physics to Semester I students, Electronic Engineering Materials and IC Fabrication course to Semester III students of electronics branches, Electromagnetic Fields course to Electrical Engineering branch and Nano-electronics course to Semester II students of M.Tech. (VLSI). The Department offers three electives (Solid State Lighting, Nanotechnology and Quantum Mechanics for Engineers) to Sem VI students. It prepares and maintains teaching material on the college website for all these courses, using LaTex and Mathematica. The material comprises of lecture notes, supplementary study material, interactive documents, and useful study links.

Salient features of Department

  • The Department has eight regular faculty members including two Professors and one Associate Professor.
  • The faculty members have published about 100 research papers in international and national journals. Two text books have also been published. They also have a large number of conference papers to their credit. Two patents have been awarded out of three, filed by a research group led by Dr. (Mrs) C.P. Joshi.
  • Area of specialization of the faculty includes luminescence, solid state lighting, computational physics, coupled map lattices, solid state ionics, optical waveguide sensors, study of. 'Gandhi soil' and conducting polymers.
  • The Department has completed one MODROBS project with AICTE grant and four R & D projects with grants from ICMR and SERC. One project financed by DST is underway. It has also completed one MoU with Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai. It is a recognized place of research. Five students have obtained doctoral degrees under the guidance of the faculty.
  • The Department has a luminescence research lab for developing phosphors for solid state lighting. A grant of Rs. 36.5 lakh has been received out of the approved grant of Rs. 46 lakh by DST for the work on development of NIR emitting phosphors for c-Si solar cells. The lab has also received a Women Scientist Award with a total grant of Rs. 18 lakh.