Electronics & Telecom


Training was planned in 3 parts by the BSNL administration.

Part 1: Theoretical Base Building.

Part 2: Practical’s  and Hands on Training.

Part 3: Visiting BSNL Exchange office at Karvenagar.

From the very first day the training was started and had a introduction lecture on the basics of Data Communication. During this Introduction lecture the faculty member delivered simple and all the basic information related to data communication.


MAHATech An Exclusive Industrial Exhibition Visit

MAHATech 2018 is a medium where numerous extremely important products and solutions were been exhibited. Several of these tend to be about Electronics, Automation, Machine Tools, Instrumentation, Packaging and Industrial Equipments. It focuses is Small & Medium Enterprises from Engineering, Machinery, Machine Tools, Process Equipments, Electricals & Electronics, Instrumentation & Automation equipments.

A workshop on PCB and Circuit Designing

The workshop was aimed to provide knowledge about simulation tool to test electronics & electrical circuit in software environment, PCB design software named Orcad & to make physical PCB at home so that any student can make project on his own. The workshop was conducted by Mr.Shivanand Rohinkar, Mr.Deepak Padmule from simpisis technologies.

Following content were covered in workshop:

(1) Schematic Design

(2) Component Footprint Design

(3) Integrated Library Design

(4 ) PCB Design & Routing

(5) Itching of PCB

FDP on Electromagnetics & Transmission Lines

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering of ZCOER had organized ISTE approved five days national level faculty development workshop (FDP) on “Electromagnetics & Transmission Lines “from 7th – 11th June, 2017. The goal of this workshop was to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars across different domains. This workshop had ignited the minds of the researchers for many research opportunities. As a service Zeal College of Engineering & Research, Pune focused on “Bringing out the Best in Faculties” in the field of E&TC Engineering & motivate the participants to take up research challenges. This intensive workshop was conducted by domain experts from the renowned institutes. Total 50 participants from all over the Maharashtra have attended this training program.

The resource persons for workshop were:

Dr. R.K. Shevgaonkar (IIT, Bombay)

Dr. N.V. Narasimhasarma (NIT, Warangal)

Dr. Y. Ravinder (PICT, Pune)

Mr. Mukund Bhopale (Mihir Enterprises)

Mr.Anirudha Kulkarni (MUMLAB Technologies)

Convener: Dr.S.D. Shirbahadurkar

Program co- coordinators: Dr.A.A.Khandekar

Prof. S.S. Palnitkar


Prof.S..M. Elgandelwar

The workshop focused on ideas, thoughts that elicit the technical challenges and recent research trends in following domains: Electrostatics, Magneto statics, Electrodynamics Fields, Transmission Lines, and Uniform Plane Waves.



Day & Date Session                    



Topic covered
Wednesday 07/06/2017 Session I Dr. Y. Ravinder, PICT, Pune Electrostatics –Coordinate Systems – Vector fields Gradient, Divergence, Curl – theorems and applications – Coulomb‘s Law –Gauss‘s law and applications.
Thursday 08/06/2017 Session I Dr. Y. Ravinder, PICT, Pune Electric potential –Concept of Uniform and Non-Uniform field, Utilization factor.Electric field in free space, conductors, dielectrics –Boundary conditions (dielectric-dielectric, conductor –dielectric), significance of Poisson‘s and Laplace‘sequations, Capacitance, Energy density, Applications.
Session II Dr. Y. Ravinder, PICT, Pune Lorentz force, magnetic field intensity (H) – Biot–Savart‘s Law – Ampere‘s Circuit Law –Magnetic flux density (B) –, Boundary conditions, scalar and vector potential, Poisson‘s Equation, Magnetic force, Torque, Inductance, Energy density, Applications..
Friday 09/06/2017 Session I Dr. Y. Ravinder, PICT, Pune


Session II Dr. N. V. Narasimhasarma, NIT, Warangal Maxwell‘s equation using phasor notations, Electromagnetic wave equations (Helmholtz equation), Relation between E and H, depth of penetration.
Session III Dr. N. V. Narasimhasarma, NIT, Warangal Concept of polarization, Reflection by perfect conductor-normal incidence, reflection by perfect dielectric- normal incidence, snell‘s law.
Saturday 10/06/2017 Session I Dr. R. K. Shevgaonkar, IIT Mumbai Transmission lines and smith chart
Session II Mr. Anuirudha Kulkarni, MUMLAB Technologies, Mr. Mukund Bhopale, Mihir Enterprises Hands on
Sunday 11/06/2017 Session I Mr. Anuirudha Kulkarni, MUMLAB Technologies, Mr. Mukund Bhopale, Mihir Enterprises Hands on

Avishkar 2017 – Project Exhbition

Zeal Education Society’s Zeal College of Engineering & Research, organized a State level project exhibition “Avishkar 2017” on 14/03/2017. The project exhibition was organized by Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering department for Final year Diploma (Polytechnic) students from Electronics & E& TC students. This event was a platform to showcase innovative ideas and implement models in front of industrial representatives.

Around 118 project groups comprising around 351 students from various districts like Aurangabad, Osmanabad, Sholapur, Satara, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Raigad, Panvel, and Pune had participated, exhibited their projects. These projects were evaluated by Himanshu Khanke, Prakash Shinde, Deepak Kelkar (Enigma Pvt.Ltd, Pune) Shankar Mali, Rohan Deshpande and Aniket Shinde, Pune based on criteria like Innovative idea, Product ability, Social Impact, Optimum cost and working model.

Dr. Dilip Deshmukh, PhD. Guide (Mathematics), University of Pune was the chief guest for valedictory function. He encouraged and motivated the participants for transforming their projects into the top grade products. Dr. A. M. Kate, Principal, ZCOER, Pune expressed his surprise about enthusiastic as well as innovative participation of students. The cash prizes, mementoes and certificates were awarded to winners and participants. Prof. A.N.Kulkarni, Asst.Prof. , E&TC Department conveyed vote of thanks.

Along with the Avishkar project competition ZCOER organized Mega pool campus drive for the polytechnic T.Y.Students. Hr ‘s from Tata Motors, Vishay Components, Mphasis etc. along with T&P Head Prof. Viraj Barge and all departmental coordinators conducted the pool campus drive and shortlisted students were called to respective company for technical interview and further process.

Workshop on Orientation Program for Telecommunications

Along with extra curricular activities #ZealEducationSociety conducts various co curricular activities on the campus for the betterment of its students and faculties.

#ZCOER has arranged a ten workshop on Orientation Program for Telecommunications for the E&TC students.

The main objective of the program was to make the students aware about the field of telecommunications. At Zeal we believe practical learning is the best learning. Under this program our students will be going to visit JNPT, Ambey valley etc. At Ambey valley our students will be experiencing the working of ATC @ private airport of Ambey valley.

The program was presided over by Mr. Mukund Bhople (Director, Mihir Communications), Mrs. Manisha Bhople (Director, Mihir Communications), Mr. Anirudha Kulkarni, Mr. Sumeet Bhong (Alumni E & TC, #ZCOER) and Dr. S. D. Shribahadurkar (HOD, E&TC Department)

Achievers make us feel proud….

Achievers make us feel proud…..

and felicitating such toppers is our prime responsibility. Pune is a city of knowledge and it is very much obvious that such ceremonies happen in the city.

Zeal Education Society believes in maintaining this legacy and taking it forward. With this mission Zeal Education Society had arranged GRADUATION CEREMONY for 2016 engineering batch.

The event was organized on 01.02.2017 at the campus. It is our legacy to have eminent educationalist on our campus for such ceremonies.

In 2017 the graduation ceremony event was graced by the august presence of Dr. Pandit Vidyasagar (Vice Chancellor, SMRT University, Nanded), Shri. S.M. Katkar (Founder Director, Zeal Education Society)

Skill based workshop on “Antenna Design, Fabrication and Link Budget”.

A Skill based workshop on “Antenna Design, Fabrication and Link Budget” was organized by Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering on 20th & 21st January 2017. Around 63 students of Third year had participated in the workshop.

Workshop contents:

  1. Antenna design and its mathematics.
  2. Fabrication Process of given antenna.
  3. Link Budget.
  4. Design of FM radio station.

The objective of workshop was hands on practice for various antenna development i.e. on the spot antenna fabrication by students. As well as hands on practice for RF long range link development and link budget.

 The students were provided with antenna material, tools, transmitter, receiver cable and connectors.

Various antennas designed by the students are as listed below,

  1. Half dipole
  2. Folded Dipole
  3. Bow-tie Antenna
  4. Helix antenna
  5. Yagi-uda Antenna (with single director)
  6. Yagi-uda Antenna (with three directors)
  7. Loop antenna
  8. Reflector antenna
  9. Slotted Antenna
  10. Meander Antenna

During the workshop, participants were able to deal with the design of various types of wire antennas for frequency 900 MHz. Students enjoyed the sessions as they practically realized the process of antenna design and development.

Outcomes of workshop:

  1. To provide basic knowledge of antenna theory.
  2. To make awareness of required design and measurement basics which will be required for different projects in radar and related areas.

The technical sessions were conducted by Mr. Anirudha Kulkarni (Akademika Lab Solution) and Mr. Mukund Bhopale (Mihir Communication). This workshop was encouraged and supported by Head of the E&TC department Dr.S.D.Shirbahadurkar and coordinated by Prof.R.R.Bukate and Prof.M.G.Pallewar.

Skill Development Course on Installation Engineering – SDH & DWDM

Skill Development Course on Installation Engineering – SDH & DWDM was a 12 days course by BSNL’s BRBRAITT (Bharat Ratna Bhimrao Ambedkar Institute of Telecom Training).

Total 25 students were accompanied by 2 staff members, Prof. Priyanka Balu Bhor and Prof. Roopesh R. Patil.

  • The first day of training program 5th December 2016.

The Course started on a very good note where in the students and the faculty members were welcomed in a seminar hall by the DGM, GM and other authorities of BSNL, BRBRITT.

Need of the skill development program

As we enter the twenty-first century, it goes without saying that information services have permeated society and commerce. Information, while still a tool, has become a commodity in itself. Yet the universal acceptance and ubiquitous adoption of information technology systems has strained the backbones on which they were built. High demand—coupled with high usage rates, a deregulated telecommunications environment, and high availability requirements—is rapidly depleting the capacities of fibers that, when installed 10 years ago, were expected to suffice for the foreseeable future.

The explosion in demand for network bandwidth is largely due to the growth in data traffic, specifically Internet Protocol (IP). Leading service providers report bandwidths doubling on their backbones about every six to nine months. This is largely in response to the 300 percent growth per year in Internet traffic, while traditional voice traffic grows at a compound annual rate of only about 13 percent.

Options for Increasing Carrier Bandwidth Faced with the challenge of dramatically increasing capacity while constraining costs, carriers have two options: Install new fiber or increase the effective bandwidth of existing fiber. Laying new fiber is the traditional means used by carriers to expand their networks. Deploying new fiber, however, is a costly proposition. It is estimated at about $70,000 per mile, most of which is the cost of permits and construction rather than the fiber itself. Laying new fiber may make sense only when it is desirable to expand the embedded base. Increasing the effective capacity of existing fiber can be accomplished in two ways:

  • Increase the bit rate of existing systems.
  • Increase the number of wavelengths on a fiber.

Time-division multiplexing (TDM) was invented as a way of maximizing the amount of voice traffic that could be carried over a medium. In the telephone network before multiplexing was invented, each telephone call required its own physical link. This proved to be an expensive and unscalable solution. Using multiplexing, more than one telephone call could be put on a single link. TDM can be explained by an analogy to highway traffic. To transport all the traffic from four tributaries to another city, you can send all the traffic on one lane, providing the feeding tributaries are fairly serviced and the traffic is synchronized. So, if each of the four feeds puts a car onto the trunk highway every four seconds, then the trunk highway would get a car at the rate of one each second. As long as the speed of all the cars is synchronized, there would be no collision. At the destination the cars can be taken off the highway and fed to the local tributaries by the same synchronous mechanism, in reverse.

WDM increases the carrying capacity of the physical medium (fiber) using a completely different method from TDM. WDM assigns incoming optical signals to specific frequencies of light (wavelengths, or lambdas) within a certain frequency band. This multiplexing closely resembles the way radio stations broadcast on different wavelengths without interfering with each other .Because each channel is transmitted at a different frequency, we can select from them using a tuner. Another way to think about WDM is that each channel is a different color of light; several channels then make up a “rainbow.”

Zeal Maths Olympiad Round II for Western Maharashtra Region was successfully conducted in Zeal Campus.

On 11th December 2016, Zeal Maths Olympiad Round II for Western Maharashtra Region was successfully conducted in Zeal Campus.

Students from Kolhapur, Solapur, Sangli and Satara regions enthusiastically participated in the ZMO Round II.

The event was augmented in the presence of Dr. B N Jajoo as a chief guest. He addressed all students on the subject like why engineering, personality development, placement preparation etc. His valuable thoughts and exclusive suggestions made the event additional edify.

This initiative of ZEAL is to support mathematical talent among junior college students in Maharashtra; also Zeal has taken the responsibility for searching and training the youth today for engineering career prospectus.