ECE Department was started in year 2007 and offers B. Tech Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering, covering categories such as Digital Signal Processing (DSP), Image and Speech Processing, Embedded System Design, Wireless Communication, Optical Communication & Networks, Antenna & RF Systems and VLSI. The Department conducts Seminars and Workshops regularly to keep students abreast with the latest trends in the Industry. Department also provides ample opportunities for students to work on live projects, Internship in industry and to participate in National and International level Competitions. ABESIT-Technology Business Incubator of Institute encouraged students idea Innovation and prototype development. The Institute has collaborated with leading industries and R&D organizations”
  • Over 160 students have been trained & 3 Faculty Development Programs have been conducted. Students regularly participate in quiz and have submitted proposals in Drishti contest organized by Texas Instruments in Center of Excellence “Analog and Embedded System Lab”.
  • 6 students have been trained in Center of Excellence “Advanced Robotic Control for Industrial Automation”, which have been set up in collaboration with Indo Euro Synchronization APS GmbHEuropean Center for Mechatronics, Germany
  • Regularly Faculty Development Programs and Expert Talk have been conducted in Center of Excellence “Power Electronics and Drives Lab” in collaboration with Entuple Technologies.
  • More than 30 students have been trained in Center of Excellence “e-Yantra Lab of Embedded System and Robotics”, which has been setup in collaboration with Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and sponsored by MHRD through National Mission on Education though ICT. 6 teams of students have registered for e-Yantra “eYRC-2018”


To impart in depth knowledge to the students of Electronics & Communication Engineering for achieving academic excellence, professional attitude and ethical values, inculcating research culture to meet the challenges of global industrial demands.


  • M1    Impart quality and value based education, with practical orientation to transform students into the skilled, trained and competent individuals.
  • M2    Infusing research culture among students and faculty so that the Department be recognized as Center of Excellence in various domains.
  • M3    Inculcating team work, leadership qualities, professional ethics and social responsibilities.
  • M4    Prepare graduates for working in multicultural and multidisciplinary environment.

Career Opportunities

  • ECE is a versatile domain where ECE professionals may work in Software, Hardware and R & D companies in India and abroad.
  • Electronics and Communication Engineers are acquired by top recruiters (both government and private) vij., DMRC, BEL, CEL, ISRO, DRDO, NTPC, MTNL, AIR, BSNL, Indian Air force, Indian Navy, Railways, Bharat Electronics Ltd, Qualcomm, Motorola, Intel, Free scale, Texas Instruments, Accenture, Siemens, Nokia, Tata, LG, NVidia, Samsung, Flextronics and Philips Electronics.
  • Some of the IT companies where they may get opportunities are: Google, TCS, IBM, CSC, Infosys, Wipro, HCL Technologies, Tech Mahindra, L&T, Hewlett Packard, Nucleus Software, HCL Technologies, Amazon etc.
  • ECE graduates may also go to foreign countries for doing M.S by appearing in Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) and or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

Program Outcomes

POsEngineering Graduates will be able to
PO1Engineering KnowledgeApply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2Problem AnalysisIdentify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO3Design/development of solutionsDesign solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO4Conduct investigations of complex problemsUse research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO5Modern tool usageCreate, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6The engineer and societyApply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO7Environment and sustainabilityUnderstand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO8EthicsApply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO9Individual and team workFunction effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO10CommunicationCommunicate 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.
PO11Project management and financeDemonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO12Life-long learningRecognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO1: Graduates of the program will be able to identify and apply domain specific knowledge to have a successful career in real world applications by keeping abreast of the technological changes.
  • PEO2: Graduates of the program will continue to learn and adapt in a world of constantly evolving technology through advanced degrees, professional courses and/or research.
  • PEO3: Graduates of the program will be committed to acquire professional ethics, moral values and devotion to duty so that they prove to be worthy citizen of India with International outlook.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO1: Analyze and apply the acquired knowledge in designing application in the field of VLSI and Embedded System.
  • PSO2: Should possess the skills to develop, analyze and synthesize various functional elements of communication system and signal processing.
  • PSO3: Proficiency in specialized cutting-edge software packages and computer programming useful for the analysis/design of electronic engineering systems.

Department Advisory Committee (DAC)

1AcademiciansDr. A.K. Saxena, Professor, Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, I.I.T. Roorkee. Dr. Dinesh Prasad, Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
2Industry RepresentativeMr. Ankit Agarwal, Senior Data Scientist in Mobileum Mr. Vinay Chaddha, Co-Founder, GVC Technologies, Noida
3AlumniAteet Kumar (Batch 2010-14), Senior Cryptographic Researcher, DRDO New Delhi. Rishabh Jain (Batch 2012-16), CEO-RJ Drones, Noida
4ParentsMr. Manoj Kumar Singh, (F/O Mr. Sumit Singh, Batch 2016-2020) Mr. Devender Prakash, (Yash Mittal, Batch 2015-2019 )
5HODProf. (Dr.) Sapna Katiyar
6NBA CoordinatorMr. Vaibhav Jain
7DirectorProf. (Dr.) Manish Kumar Jha
8Member SecretaryMs. Sugandh Gupta
Academic SessionSemester Reports

Analog Electronics Lab

Digital Electronics Lab

Electronics Design & Control Lab

Integrated Circuits Lab

Measurement Lab

Networks Lab

PCB & Workshop Lab

Communication Lab

Digital Signal Processing Lab

Electronics Simulation Lab

Optical Communication & Network Lab

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

Project Lab

Technical Clubs & Societies

ECE Technical Club The ECE Technical Club aims to provide students a platform to gain multi-disciplinary skills and excel in various fields of Electronics & Communication. We strive to teach and help students to acquire new skills in an era of rapidly evolving technology. Our Technical Club consists of 6 student members and 2 faculty coordinators working together for planning and execution of events. The main objectives of this technical club are:
  • To provide a platform where students can work using recent trends & technologies.
  • To create a culture among students where they can work on real time problem by out of box thinking, brain storming etc.
  • To bridge the gap between the present global industries and academia.
  • To create awareness among students about various opportunities for the career like Entrepreneurship/ Jobs/Higher studies.
  • To create a team building spirit among the students.

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is a non-profit organization that serves educators interested in the use of technology in education. ISTE provides educational technology resources to support professional learning for educators and education leaders, ISTE also provides a suite of professional learning resources to members, including webinars, online courses, consulting services, books, and peer-reviewed journals and publications. All faculty members and 160 students of ECE Department are the member of ISTE society. The main objectives of this ISTE society are:
  • To provide quality training programmes to teachers and administrators of technical institutions.
  • To update students/Faculty knowledge and skills in their fields of activity.
  • To assist and contribute in the production and development of top-quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organisation
  • Overall development of technical education system.


S.No.Event DetailsDatesStudent DetailsRemarks
1AKTU Zonal Sports Fest, Organised by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University conducted by RKGIT, Ghaziabad31/10/2018-2/11/2018Nitish Sharma 16290310272nd Position in Shot-put
Tanisha Agarwal2018ECE0082nd Position in Discus Throw
Shubhangini Khare 17290310503rd  Position in Volleyball
2GAMBADE-2017,Organized and Conducted by Hi-Tech Institute of Technology27/10/2018Anshuman Singh 15290310083rd Position
Akash Tevatia1629031009
Aditya Pandey1629031006
3Dr. KALAM STARTUP PARIKARAMA Edition-14, Organized by AKTU and conducted by ABESIT07-03-2018Piyush Singh15290210063rd Position
Shivam Soubhari1529021016
4Inter Institutional Fest “ULLAS-2018” Organized and Conducted by IPEM, Ghaziabad5/4/2018- 6/4/2018Shivam Soubhari1529021016Participation Certificate for Business Plan presentation
5AKTU Zonal Technical, Literary and Management Fest, Organised by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University conducted by IPEC, Ghaziabad22/3/2018– 24/3/2018S.V.V. Srinivas15290310311st Position in ROBO WAR Event
Gargi Sinha1529031012
6Smart India Hackathon-2018(Hardware Edition), Organized and Conducted by AICTE, Govt. of IndiaYear 2018S.V.V. Srinivas1529031031Participation Certificate for Real-Time Pollution Mapping Project.
7Mega ATV Championship-2018, Organized and Conducted by Auto Sports India at Nasik24/3/2018-26/3/2018Akshay Kumar142902100338th position in All India among 86 teams.
Ashish Kumar1429021004
Hemant Sharma1429021008
Shubham Singh1429031018
8AKTU Zonal Arts and Cultural Fest, Organised by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University conducted by KEC, Ghaziabad23/2/2018-24/2/2018Neeraj Singh15290310222nd Position in Face painting & 3rd position in collage making & Rangoli making events.
2nd Position in poster making event.
Priya Gautam14290310223rd Position in group dance event.
Vishal Verma1429031056
Chandani Jaiswal15290310163rd Position in Rangoli making event.
Prateek Khandelwal14290310313rd Position in war of bands event.
9Technex’18, Organized and Conducted by IIT BHU, Varanasi16/2/2018 -18/2/2018Mr. Abhishek Shukla15290310031st Position
10EFFI-CYCLE 2017, Organized and Conducted by Lovely Professional University, Jalandher (Supported by Maruti Suzuki)1/11/2017 – 5/11/2017Himanshu Singh142902100935th Rank in All India
Prashant Tomar1429021014
11GAMBADE-2017, Organized and Conducted by Hi-Tech Institute of Technology1/11/2017– 5/11/2017S.V.V. Srinivas15290310311st Position
Aman Raj1529031007
Pallavi Goswami1529031024

Expert Talks

S. No.TopicSpeakerDate
1IoT SecurityMs. Shivani Agarwal, Principal Engineer, Hughes Systique Gurgaon04-12-2019
2A Fractional Order Fuzzy PID ControllerDr. Puneet Mishra, Assistant Professor, BITS-Pilani.26/03/2019
3Intellectual Property Right AwarenessMs. Pooja Kumar, Founder & Director (Registered Patent Agent) Innove Intellects22/01/2019
4Low Power High Performance Digital CMOS CircuitsDr. Kunwar Singh, Assistant Professor, NSIT-Delhi11-02-2018
5Machine LearningDr. Rishav Singh, Assistant Professor, Bennett University, Greater Noida10-12-2018
6Optical Fiber NetworkMr. V.K.Sharma,Air Cmde (Retd.), Director,( M.P. Birla Telecom Academy)17-08-2018
7Emerging Trends and TechnologiesMr. Amit Rana,Advisory Consultant (IBM India Pvt. Ltd.)31-12-2017
8Industrial AutomationMr. Naman Jain,SP Industries (Noida)07-09-2017
9Electronics ManufacturingMr. Soni Saran Singh, Executive Director(NMTRONICS India Pvt. Ltd.)08-09-2017
10Upcoming Trends in IT SectorExpert from DXC Technology08-09-2017
11Embedded Systems & IoTProf. Dhananjay V. Gadre,Associate Professor (NSIT, New Delhi)24-03-2017
12Motivational & Inspirational TalkCol. Rajiv Bhatnagar ,VSM (Retd.)10-02-2017
13An Interactive Session with 4th Year students on Project Based LearningProf. Krishna Vedula,Professor and Dean Emeritus, (University of Massachusetts Lowell) ( Executive Director), IUCEE26-08-2016

 Industrial Visit

S.No.Name of CompanyYear/BranchDate
1MP Birla Telecom Academy, Gurugram3rd Year, ECE14/11/2018
2Automation Engineers A.B. (P) Ltd. Noida2nd Year, ECE24-08-2018
3DMRC (Chirag Delhi Metro Station) Near IIT, Delhi3rd & 4th Year, EEE10-10-2017
4Indian Expo Centre (Renewable Energy) Greater Noida3rd Year, ECE22-09-2017


S. No.ThemeOrganized/Conducted ByDuration
1Two Day Workshop on “Data Structure”CETPA Infotech Pvt. Ltd03/04/2018-04/04/2018
23-Days Workshop on "Analog Applications"Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow U.P. in collaboration with Sapience Consulting, under Texas Instruments India University Program18/8/2018 -20/8/ 2018
35-Days Faculty Development Program "Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Interdisciplinary Approach for Applications"ABESIT, Ghaziabad & sponsored by Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow  U.P.12/6/2018 -16/6/ 2018
41-Day Workshop on “IoT using Raspberry PI” in association with APTRON Solutions Pvt. Ltd.APTRON Solutions Pvt. Ltd.10-11-2017
5National Seminar on "Advanced Power Electronics & Motor Control Simulation Techniques"ABESIT, Ghaziabad & sponsored by Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow U.P. under Visvesvarya Research Promotion Grant Scheme07-10-2017
63-Days Workshop on "Microcontroller Design-MSP430"Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow U.P. in collaboration with Sapience Consulting, under Texas Instruments India University Program21/9/2017-23/9/ 2017
71- Day Workshop on “VLSI-Hands on with FPGA”CETPA Pvt. Ltd.17-08-2017
86-Days Faculty Development program on "Analog & Embedded Systems"ABESIT, Ghaziabad & sponsored by Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow U.P.17/7/2017 -22/7/ 2017
95-Days Faculty Development Program on "Power Electronics & Drives"ABESIT, Ghaziabad & sponsored by Dr. APJ AKTU, Lucknow U.P.12/6/2017-16/6/ 2017
10Short Term Training Program on "MATLAB with Image Processing"ABESIT, Ghaziabad in collaboration with Cetpa Infotech Pvt. Ltd.9/6/2016 -22/6/ 2016

Innovations by Faculty in Teaching & Learning

Sl. No.InnovationsTopic DetailsName of Faculty
1Video Lecture Series on YouTubeSensors & Transducers HM Gaur
2Video Lecture Series on YouTubeOptical Communication HM Gaur
3Video Lecture Series on YouTubeAntenna & Wave Propagation HM Gaur
4Video Lecture Series on YouTubeMicrowave Engineering HM Gaur
5Video Lecture Series on YouTubeVLSI Technology HM Gaur
6Realistic Role PlaySmart SensorsDr. HM Gaur
7Presentation by StudentsPresentation on Datapath ElementsDr. HM Gaur
8Presentation by StudentsVirtual InstrumentationDr. HM Gaur
9Video Lecture Series on YouTubeRenewable Energy Resources HM Gaur
10NPTEL-SWAYAM CourseAccriditation and Outcome Based Learning (Awarded Gold Medal)Dr. HM Gaur
11Video Lecture Series on YouTubeDigital Signal Processin Rachit Patel
12Video Lecture Series on YouTubeSensors & Instrumentation Rachit Patel
13Video Lecture Series on YouTubeVLSI Design Rachit Patel
14Video Lecture By  Prof. A.N. Chandorkar,Department of Electrical Engineering,IIT BombayLogical Effort - A way of Designing Fast CMOS Circuits -Part III Rachit Patel
15Video Lecture Series on YouTubeSignal Systems Rachit Patel
16Video Lecture Series on YouTubeWireless & Mobile Communication Mr. Rachit Patel
17Video Lecture Series on YouTubeBasic Electrical Engineering Agrawal
18Video Lecture Series on YouTubeDigital Image Processing Sapna Katiyar
19Video Lecture Series on YouTubeElectronic Devices Sapna Katiyar
20Video Lecture Series on YouTubeCommunication Engineering Sapna Katiyar
21Video Lecture Series on YouTubeSatellite Communication Sapna Katiyar
22Video Lecture Series on YouTubeIntegrated Circuits Jain
23Video Lecture Series on YouTubeDigital System Design Jain
24Video Lecture Series on YouTubeVLSI TECHNOLOGY Jain
25Optical  CommunicationOptical Communication Jain
26Control SystemControl System Jain
27Video Lecture Series on YouTubeBASIC ELECTRONICS Sharma
28Video Lecture Series on YouTubeMicrocontrollers & Embedded Systems Design Malay
29Video Lecture Series on YouTubeDigital Communication Malay
30Video Lecture Series on YouTubeMSP430F5529 Malay
31Workshop on PCB & Schematic Design (Online) Malay
32Video Lecture Series on YouTubeBasic Electrical Engineering Pal
33Video lectures on you tube Huffman Coding Techniques ( Sapna Katiyar
34Video lectures on you tubeMultistage Networks in Telecommunication Switching System ( Sapna Katiyar
35Video lecture on you tubeOptical Network Generation ( Vipin Sharma
36Video lectures on you tube.A. C. Circuits: Electrical Engineering ( Suneel Kumar Agrawal
37Video lectures on you tube Two port Network ( Suneel Kumar Agrawal
38Video lectures on you tubeNetwork Theory ( Suneel Kumar Agrawal
39Video lectures on you tubePhase controlled convertors ( Suneel Kumar Agrawal
40Video lectures on you tubeSingle Phase commutator ( Suneel Kumar Agrawal
41Video lectures on you tubeGate Structure & preparation ( Suneel Kumar Agrawal
42Video lectures on you tubePort Registers in MSP430 ( Aviral Malay
43Video lectures on you tubeMicroprocessor vs Microcontrollers ( Aviral Malay
44Video lecture on you tubeTransient Characteristics of second order control system ( Ashish Kumar Swami
45Video lecture on you tube Introduction to microwave engineering ( Ashish Tiwari
46Realistic Role PlayLinear Convolution ( Anchal Tyagi
47 ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education) Co-ordinator of ISTE (Indian Society for Technical Education) of Electronics & Communication Department.Mr. Suneel Kumar Agrawal
48 Latest Technologies Latest Technologies on Social Networking Site ( Aviral Malay
49SWAYAM CourseRegistered  for a course on “Intellectual Property Rights”Mr. Vipin Sharma
50Case Study in Entrepreneurship DevelopmentSmall Scale Industry (Case study of Piyush General Store)Ms Sukti Chakrabarti
51Case Study in Entrepreneurship DevelopmentLegal Forms of Business  Organisation (Case study of Swastik Transformers)Ms Sukti Chakrabarti
52Case Study in SociologyIndustrial Disputes (Case study of Akash Cements)Ms Sukti Chakrabarti
53Case Study in SociologyCollective Bargaining (Case study of Vikas Motor Ltd.)Ms Sukti Chakrabarti
54Case Study in Industrial ManagementHR Department (Importance of HR)Ms. Anjali Dubey
55Case Study in Industrial ManagementDilemma at "Cool Air" Air Conditioners (Supply Chain Management)Ms. Anjali Dubey
56Case Study in Mangerial EconomicsMaking Magic: The Multiplex Way (Demand Determinants)Ms. Anjali Dubey
57Case Study in Mangerial EconomicsIndia in Search of a Way to Harness the Inflation "Dragon (About Inflation)Ms. Anjali Dubey
58Case Study in Entrepreneurship DevelopmentDabur India Limited: Growing Big and Global (Growth Model)Ms. Anjali Dubey
59Case Study in Entrepreneurship DevelopmentWomen Entrepreneur (Entrepreneurial Ecosystem)Ms. Anjali Dubey
60Nptel Videos, Prof. Girish Kumar, IIT BombayAntenna & Wave Propagation (Antenna Introduction, Antenna Fundamental,   Loop  Antenna)Mr. Suneel Kumar Agrawal
61Nptel Videos, Dr. Adrish Banerjee, IIT KanpurInformation Theory & Coding (ARQ Schemes, Convolution Codes, Classification & Realization)Dr. Sapna Katiyar
62Nptel Videos, Prof. S. C. Dutta Roy, IIT DelhiNetwork Analysis & Synthesis (General Characteristics of Signals, Description of Signals, Concepts of poles & Zeros)Mr. Aviral Malay
63Nptel Video, Prof. Surendra Prasad, IIT DelhiPrinciples of Communication (Amplitude Modulation Techniques)Mr. Ashish Kumar Swami
64Nptel Video, Prof. K. Radhakrishna, IIT MadrasPrinciples of Communication (Phase Locked Loops)Mr. Ashish Kumar Swami
65Nptel Videos, Dr. Chitralekha Mahanta, IIT GuwahatiIntegrated Circuits (Current Mirror, Op-amp IC 741)Mr. Ashish Tiwari
66Nptel Videos, Prof. S.C. Dutta Roy, IIT DelhiSignals & Systems (Convolution in LTI systems, Fourier Transform)Ms. Anchal Tyagi
67Nptel Videos, Prof. S. Ghosh, IIT KharagpurData Communication Networks (Data Link Protocol, Slotted Aloha Protocol Model)Ms. Preeti Sharma
68MSP Training, Official TI Teaching MaterialMicrocontrollers for Embedded Systems (Programming Registers, I/O pin, clocks & timers in MSP430)Mr. Aviral Malay
69Nptel Videos, Prof. Hardik J. Pandya, IISC BangloreIntegrated Circuit Technology (IC fabrication techniques, mettalization & Pollishing)Mr. Ashish Kumar Swami
70Nptel Videos, Prof. S.C. Dutta Roy, IIT DelhiDigital Signal Processing ( DFT, DTFT)Ms. Anchal Tyagi
71Nptel Videos, Prof. Bikash Kumar, IIT BombayDigital Communication (Source Coding, Random Variables)Ms. Preeti Sharma
72Nptel Videos, Prof. Santanu Chattopadhyay, IIT KharagpurMicroprocessors (Evolution of Microprocessor, Intruppt Handling in 8085)Mr. Aviral Malay
73Nptel Videos, Dr. Ramakrishna Pasumarthy, IIT MadrasControl Systems-I (Block Diagram Reduction Techniques, Bode plots)Mr. Ashish Kumar Swami
74Nptel Videos, Prof. P. K. Biswas, IIT  KharagpurDigital Image Processing (Image Segment, Color Image Processing)Dr. Sapna Katiyar
75WorkshopUniversal Human Vlaues & Professional EthicsMr. Kaushal Gupta
76Think-Pair-Share ActivityProtocol Providing Best Multiple Access Without Collisions.Dr. Sapna Katiyar
77Think-Pair-Share ActivityComparative Network TopologiesDr. Sapna Katiyar
78Think-Pair-Share ActivityIdentification of Protocols for Transmission of Electronic MailDr. Sapna Katiyar
79Think-Pair-Share ActivityIdentify the Technique to establish the Connection in a NetworkDr. Sapna Katiyar
80Brain Storming SessionVarious Channels and Fading During TransmissionMr. Ashish Kumar Swami
81Brain Storming Session Wave PropagationMr. Suneel Kumar Agrawal
  1. HM Gaur, AK Singh, A Mohan, M Fujita, DK Pradhan, “Design of Single Bit Fault Tolerant Reversible Circuits,” IEEE Design & Test, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 89-96, 2021. (Indexing: SCI, IF: 3.022)
  2. HM Gaur, AK Singh, U Ghanekar, “Design for Stuck-at Fault Testability in Toffoli–Fredkin Reversible Circuits,” National Academy Science Letters, pp.1-6, 2020. (Indexing: SCI, IF: 0.331)
  3. HM Gaur, AK Singh, TN Sasamal, A Mohan, DK Pradhan, “Reversible Logic: An Introduction,” In Design and Testing of Reversible Logic, pp. 3-18. Springer, Singapore, 2020. (Indexing: Scopus)
  4. HM Gaur, TN Sasamal, AK Singh, A. Mohan, “Fault Models and Test Approaches in Reversible Logic Circuits,” In Design and Testing of Reversible Logic, pp. 153-167. Springer, Singapore, 2020. (Indexing: Scopus)
  5. TN Sasamal, HM Gaur, AK Singh, A Mohan, “Novel Approaches of Designing Reversible Counters,” In Design and Testing of Reversible Logic, pp. 37-48. Springer, Singapore, 2020. (Indexing: Scopus)
  6. TN Sasamal, HM Gaur, AK Singh, A Mohan, “Reversible Circuit Synthesis using Evolutionary Algorithms- A Comparative Study,” In Design and Testing of Reversible Logic, pp. 115-128. Springer, Singapore, 2020. (Indexing: Scopus)
  7. Yash Mittal, Akash Gupta, Kamal Gaur, “Smart Solar Tree,” International Journal for Scientific Research & Development, Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp. 1791-1794, 2019.
  8. Vijendra Prajapati, Rajat Pal, Manish Singh. Nitin Mathur, Anchal Tyagi, “Automatic Irrigation System using pH Sensing & Crop Protection from Animals,” International Journal for Scientific Research & Development, Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp. 1575-1576, 2019.
  9. Ritu, Medha Tiwari, Rachit Patel, Sapna Katiyar, “An Efficient Wallace Tree Multiplier Using Modified Adder,” International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 6, Issue 5, pp. 355-359, 2019.
  10. Aagman Jaiswal, Aayush Sharma, Sanchit Sharma, Shivam Singh, Aakansha Garg, “Smart Water Tank,” International Journal of Science and Innovative Engineering & Technology, Vol. 6., 2109.
  11. Sakshi Verma, Achsah Wilson, Vanshika Goel, Vaibhav Jain, “Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Monitoring System using Internet of Things (IoT) Electrocardiogram (ECG),” International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing, Vol. 9, Issue 4, pp. 21488-21491, 2019.
  12. Prachi Bhardwaj, Pallavi Goswami, Deepak Kumar, Aviral Malay, “SmartVech: A Road Accident Prevention Initiative,” Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, vol.6, Issue 4, pp. 589-592, 2019.
  13. Kumar A. , Hooja R. , Sharma S. and Kumar P. , “Realization of Chaotic Oscillator using Miller Integrators”, Res. J. Eng. Technol., vol. 5, issue 5, pp.1-5, May 2018.
  14. Patel R., Dubey R., Mishra S. and Bharti S., “Tele-Monitoring Device for Cardio-respiration Activity”, l J. Adv. Res. Comput. Commun. Eng., vol.7, issue 3, pp.282-287, March 2018.
  15. Sharma A., Pal S. and Jain V., "IoT Based Smart System for Prevention of Industrial Hazards", Res. J. Eng. Technol. (IRJET), vol. 5, issue 3, pp.-1-5, March 2018
  16. Singh A. , Khandelwal P., Sharma S., Chaudhary R. and Patel R., “Multi Featured Smart Home System”, J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET), vol. 6, issue 3, pp. 2138-2141, March 2018
  17. Anand V., Singh K. and. Garg A, "Dual Axis Solar Tracking System using Microcontroller with MPPT", J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET), vol. 6, issue 2, pp.-192-195, Feb. 2018.
  18. Ansari M., Khan S., Sharma V. and Tyagi A., " Intelligent Traffic Light Control System using ATMEGA328 Microcontroller", J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET),vol.6, issue 2, pp.-1459-1463, Feb. 2018.
  19. Gupta H., Singh P., Mehanwal S. and Kumar P., " State-of the-art Design for Microwave Frequency(Simpson's Integrator)", J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET),vol. 6, issue 2, pp.-1201-1204, Feb. 2018.
  20. Singh A., Tathagat, Aggarwal U. and Sharma V., "Performance Evaluation of Turbo Codes on IEEE 802.11 PHY", J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET), vol.6, issue 2, pp.-214-218, Feb. 2018.
  21. Singh D., Verma V., Gautam P. and Swami A., "Gesture Controlled Wheelchair", J. Innov. Eng. Technol. (IJIET), vol.-9, issue 3, pp.-2303-2306, Feb., 2018.
  22. Yadav K., Dakshi, Varunraj T. and Sharma V., " Performance of Cognitive Radio PHY under Adaptive Modulation Coding", J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET), vol.6, issue 2, pp.-2327-2333, Feb. 2018
  23. Yadav S., Yadav A., Yadav A. and Tyagi A. , " Digital Code Lock using ATMEGA 328 AVR Microcontroller", J. Res. Appl. Sci. & Eng. Technol. (IJRASET), vol. 6, issue 2, pp.-2303-2306, Feb. 2018
  24. Madan J. and Chaujar R., “Temperature Associated Reliability Issues of Heterogeneous Gate Dielectric –Gate All Around-Tunnel FET”, IEEE Trans. Nanotechnol., vol. 17, no.1, Jan. 2018.
  25. Goel M., Tyagi A., Mishra D. and Sharma S. " Voice Controlled Robot Avoiding Accident using Arduino & GSM Mobile Android App", Conf. Academic Res. Eng. Management Inf. Technol. (ICARE MIT-2018), Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, 2018.
  26. Katiyar S., “Towards Hybridization of Nature Inspired Metaheuristic Techniques for Collision Free Motion Planning”, J. Comput. Sci. Netw. (IJCSN), vol.7, issue-3, pp. 192-198, 2018.
  27. Sood V., Choudhary M., Malay A. and Patel R., “Non-Invasive Gluco Pulse Watch”, Conf. Adv. Computing Netw. Informat.  (ICANI-2018), Indore, India, 2018,
  28. Srinivas S., Singh K. A., Raj A., Shukla A., Patel R. and Malay A., “Disaster Relief and Data Gathering Rover”, 3rd IEEE Int. Conf. Internet of Things: Smart Innov. Usages, (IoT-SIU 2018), Nainital, Uttarakhand, India, 2018.
  29. Tiwari P. B., Gupta A., Garg Y. and Pandey P., “Smart Luggage Carrier”, 3rd Int. Conf. Internet of Things: Smart Innov. Usages, Nainital, Uttarakhand, India, 2018.
  30. Sinha D., Pandey P. J. and Chauhan B., “A Survey of Face Recognition Techniques with Age Invariants”, of Adv. Res. Dynamical & Control Syst., issue 5, pp.150-164, July, 2017.
  31. Pal K., “Non-Technical Losses (NTL) Identification Techniques”, 5th Int. Conf. Eng. Technol., Sci. Manag. Innov. (ICETSMI-2017), IETE, New Delhi, India, 30 April 2017.
  32. Garg A. and Tyagi P., “A Review: Modelling of Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors Based Digital Logic Devices”, National Conf. IPR, Future Technol., Optimization Manag., (NCIFTOM-2017)”, at the INMANTEC Institutions, Ghaziabad, 2017.
  33. Tyagi P. and Garg A., “Modelling of Compact Models of Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors with VHDL-AMH” ”, National Conf. IPR, Future Technol., Optimization Manag.,(NCIFTOM-2017)”, at the INMANTEC Institutions, Ghaziabad,2017.
  34. Tripathi R. and Tiwari A., “Design Error Performance of Space-Frequency Block Coded OFDM over Nakagami-m Fading Channel”, Conf. innov. Eng. Sci. Manag., vol 2, pp. 68-73, EISSN: 2454-4140, Nov., 2016.
  35. Arora K., Katiyar S. and Patel R., “Design and Analysis of AC to DC Converters for Input Power Factor Correction”, in IEEE Int. Conf. Appl. Theoretical Computing Commun. Technol. (iCATccT), Bengaluru, pp. 171-176, 21-23 July, 2016.
  36. Pandey K., Kumar S. and Sharma, V., “Mathematical Based Model on Survivability for WDM Networks,” J. Res. Appl. Sci.  Eng. Technol., vol.4, issue 6, pp. 649-655, June 2016.
  37. Patel R., “Review Paper on Fractional Fourier Transform”, J. Adv. Technol. Eng. Sci. (IJARSE), vol. 5, issue 5, pp. 254-265, May 2016.
  38. Patel R., Kumar V., Tyagi V. and Asthana V., “A fast and Improved Image Compression Technique using Huffman Coding”, IEEE Int. Conf. Wireless Commun., Sig. Process. and Netw. (WiSPNET-2016), 23-25th Mar. 2016.
  39. Arora K., Patel R. and Katiyar S., “Control Analysis of PMSG based Wind Energy Conversion System using Buck-Boost Converter”, in IEEE Int. Conf. Comput. Intell. & Commun. Technol. (CICT), ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad, pp. 395-402. 12-13 Feb. 2016.
  40. Agarwal K. L., Chauhan K. B. and Benerjee K. G., “A Review on Hybrid Controller Using Soft Computing Algorithms”, American J. of Electrical Electron. Eng., 4, pp.49-61, 2016.
  41. Ansari Q. A., Ibraheem and Katiyar S., “Comparison and Analysis of Obstacle Avoiding Path Planning of Mobile Robot using Ant Colony Optimization and Teaching Learning based Optimization Techniques”, in Springer Book Series of Smart, Innov., Syst. Technol., 51, 2016, pp.563-574.
  42. Katiyar S., Patel R. and Arora K., “Comparison and Analysis of Cuckoo Search and Firefly Algorithm for Image Enhancement”, in Springer Book Series of Smart Trends Inf. Technol. Comput. Commun., 2016, pp. 1-7.
  43. Patel R., Katiyar S. and Arora K., “An Improved Image Compression Technique using Huffman Coding and FFT”, in Springer Book Series of Smart Trends Inf. Technol. Comput. Commun. , 2016. pp. 1-8.
  44. Agrawal K. S., Gupta R. and Panwar R., “Multipulse AC-DC Convertors for Power Quality Improvements in Vector-Controlled Induction Motor Drive,” The IUP J. Electrical & Electron. Eng., 9, No. 1, 2016.
  45. Katiyar S. and Ansari Q., “Ant Colony Optimization: A tutorial Review”, MR Int. J. Eng., 7, pp. 35-41, Dec. 2015.
  46. Kumar P., “Design of Dual-Band Band Pass Filter Using Transmission Line Sections,” in 2015 Annual IEEE India Council Int. Conf., New Delhi, Dec., 2015.
  47. Kumar P., “Design of Simpson Integrator at Microwave Frequency,” in 2015 Annual IEEE India Council Int. Conf., New Delhi, Dec. 2015.
  48. Patel R., Thakur P. and Katiyar S., “Framework of Compressive Sampling with its Applications to One and Two Dimensional Signals”, Cong. Inf. and Commun. Technol. (ICICT 2015), Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, © Springer, pp. 11-20, 9-10, Oct. 2015.
  49. Agrawal K. S. and Choudhuri S., “Simulation of Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drive in MATLAB For Various Applications: A Comparative Study,” Micheal Faraday IET Int. Summit: MFIIS-2015,533-540, Sept., 2015, Kolkata, India.
  50. Pal K., “Challenges in Grid Connected Wind Energy Conversion Systems”, VSRD Int. J. Electrical, Electron. Commun. Eng., 5, issue 7, pp. 161-166, ISSN: 2319-2232, Sept. 2015.
  51. Sharma S. and Tomar K. S., “Application of Remote Sensing and Image Processing f.or Efficient Urban Planning: A Case Study of Indian City Bhopal”, J. Adv. Res. Computer Sci. Software Eng., vol. 5, issue 9, pp. 228-238, Sept., 2015.
  52. Ansari Q.A., Ibraheem and Katiyar S., “Comparison and analysis of solving travelling salesman problem using GA, ACO and hybrid of ACO with GA and CS”, IEEE Workshop Computational Intell.: Theories, Appl. and Future Directions (WCI), IIT Kanpur, pp. 1-5, 2015.
  53. Ansari Q.A., Ibraheem and Katiyar S., “Application of Ant Colony Algorithm for calculation and analysis of Performance Indices for adaptive control system”, IEEE International Conference on Innovative Applications of Computational Intelligence on Power, Energy and Controls with their Impact on Humanity.