The functioning and learning of SCILAB will be useful to students preparing for placement procedures, and the programming language would also help in future modeling assignments and in specialization, esp. Signal Processing.


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With knowledge of microprocessors and microcontrollers to the third year and in learning process of the second year, the benefits of this workshop will be reaped by the students of EXTC & ETRX. In turn it will also help to augment the technical competence of students.


A quizzing session comprising of a question bank of 200 questions from the fields of technical and non-technical topics was organized by the student committee for students of the EXTC & ETRX Branch. It provided great exposure and insight into the world of questionnaires and enhanced the teamwork amongst students.


After its inception, ETSA organized its first ever student's event i.e. a debate competition here on Thursday. The event took place at the assembly hall at Pillai's campus. The Debate competition included both Technical as well as Non­Technical topics. The event was a grand success.

8 groups from SE, TE, BE of EXTC & ETRX were formed consisting of 6 members each (2 members from every class). The groups were named after various artificial satellites, viz. Voyager, Mariner, Pioneer, Aryabhatta, Explorer, Sputnik, Phoenix, and Apollo.


The distinguished jury included Dr. Panda, Dr. Goyal , and Dr. Joshi from Pillai’s Research wing and Prof. Varma (HOD, IT Dept., PCE). Prof. Suman Wadkar (HOD, EXTC dept., PCE) and Prof. Shravani Shahapure played a major role in the organizing this event. The 1st round of debate was Non-Technical while the 2nd round was Technical. Technical Topics were given beforehand to ensure that students make the necessary research and present themselves well. All the rounds were very close and neck-to-neck. Final debate took place on ‘IPL controversy’. Beating the Odds, Aryabhatta came out winning. Participants as well as winners were awarded certificates. The Jury praised the level of competition and gave useful tips saying, “To Win, The participation of entire group is essential and not a single horse pulling the entire carriage”.

he event ended with vote of thanks given by Prof. Jayshree Bhosale With this event a success, ETSA got the necessary motivation to do bigger and better.


A quizzing session comprising of a question bank of 200 questions from the fields of technical and non-technical topics was organized by the student committee for students of the EXTC & ETRX Branch. It provided great exposure and insight into the world of questionnaires and enhanced the teamwork amongst students.


The event was organized by the Electronics and Telecommunication Students Association. This is the first event after the organization was revived this year. So taking into consideration the climatic changes due to global warming. The thought of initiating the new journey with a social and Nobel cause was suggested by our faculty head Prof. Apeksha Chavan. The faculty members of ETRX and EXTC & ETRX department &committee members of ETSA, actively participated in the event of tree plantation and tree adoption.


The event was conducted in presence of our principal sir Dr. R. I. K. Moorthy , Dr. Avinash Vaidya(HOD EXTC & ETRX Dept.). Faculty members along with the dignitaries planted saplings in New Panvel,sector-16.Taking into consideration the current status of global warming and increase rates of deforestation this event was organized, to help the future generations being blessed with the beautiful world like we all are a part of and it’s our duty to conserve the nature.

Arpita Verma (Joint secretary), Akshay Valatkar(Event head), Karishma Nair (Vice president) addressed everyone about forming ETSA committee once again with the same dignity and confidence as well as importance of tree plantation,adoption and functioning of event respectively. After plantation, remaining saplings were adopted by Faculty members as well as the staff members of the college.


The Electronics and Telecommunication Students Association(ETSA)-PCE organised an interactive event, 'ETSA Talks' on 23rd August, 2017 at Dr. KM Vasudevan Pillai Campus, New Panvel from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm. The event began on an auspicious note with the lamp lighting ceremony in the presence of honourable speakers Prof. Ankur Ganonkar, Ms. Mansi Thakkar, Mr. Victor Manickam, Prof. R.H Khade (HOD, Electronics department), Dr. Avinash Vaidya (HOD, Electronics and Telecommunication department), Ms. Apeksha Chavan (Faculty Head, ETSA) and all the respective faculties. The ETSA President, Vishwanath Pillai briefed everyone about ETSA's new start and the motives that it will be fulfilling. The whole event was anchored by Arpita Verma and Amit Kumar who presented the committee.


 The first speaker of the event was Prof Ankur Ganonkar who has a great experience in the teaching field. He presented a lot many technicalities on the subject and made us aware about today's corporate scenario along with the opportunities that come forth us.

This was followed by the second speaker, Ms. Mansi Thakkar, a motivational speaker and Ex-Pillaite. She stressed on the importance of self-confidence and inspired the students to have faith in themselves. Ms. Mansi Thakkar made the session very interactive with live demos and real-life examples.

The final speaker of the event was Mr. Victor Manickam, the founder and chairman of Victor Manickam knowledge Group stressed on the need to enforce reforms in the education sector and improving the start-up scenario in India. The audience was thoroughly enthralled by his quirky sense of humour. He also advised against blindly adapting the West culture and encouraged everyone to focus on research, innovation and creation of ideas.

The informative sessions by the speakers left the audience entertained and gave them a way forward to improve their careers and life.

The event concluded with the felicitation ceremony, announcement of a new committee CIRKYTE for Log Ins alongside a vote of thanks presented by Joint Event head Shobna Bangera.


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