Dr. B.C. Roy Engineering College, Durgapur

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information Technology
Head of the Department Prof.(Dr.) Rajkumar Samanta B.Tech.(NIT Hamirpur), M.Tech.(NIT, Bhopal), PhD (NIT, Dgp)

Year of establishment: 2000

B.Tech. in Information Technology (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2000
Current Intake: 60

VISION

    To achieve excellence in education towards Employability and Social Responsibility of the graduates.

MISSION

To focus on:
  • M1: Continuous Feedback and Evaluation based teaching and learning
  • M2: Graduate Attribute Mentoring of each student
  • M3: Ethics and values

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Debaprasad Mukherjee Associate Professor B.Tech, Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Raj Kumar Samanta (HOD) Associate Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
3 Prof.(Dr.) Gour Sundar Mitra Thakur Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
4 Prof.(Dr.) Dinesh Kr. Pradhan Assistant Professor M.Sc, M.Tech, Ph.D
5 Prof.(Dr.) Moumita Pradhan Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
6 Prof. Prabal Kumar Sahu Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
7 Prof. Manas Kumar Roy Assistant Professor BE, ME
8 Prof. Md. Keramot Hossain Mondal Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
9 Prof. Prasanta Majumder Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
10 Prof. Priyanka Roy Assistant Professor B.Tech, ME
11 Prof. Paramita Manna Assistant Professor BE, ME

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Computer Science and Engineering
Head of the Department Prof. (Dr) Chandan Koner B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

Year of establishment: 2000

B.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2000
Current Intake: 120
M.Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering (2 year)
Year of commencement: 2009
Current Intake: 18

FOCUS AREA

  • Outcome Based Education
  • Achieving the Engineering Graduate Attributes
  • Regular Students’ Feedback
  • Emphasizing Fundamental/Core Concepts & Practical Applications
  • IT Skill Development
  • Personality & Communication Skill Development
  • Values and Ethics
  • Industry Placements
  • Online Video Lectures
  • Programming Competition
  • Participation in National & International Contests
  • Projects, Training, Workshops, Seminars, Mock Tests
  • Students’ Counselling
  • Intensive Laboratory Sessions on Programming, Multimedia & Graphics, Internet Technologies, Databases, Networking, Opera- ting Systems, Computer Organization and Architecture etc.
  • Guidance for CAT, GATE,GMAT, GRE
  • Ph.D. level Research Guidance
  • Filing of Patents and Copyrights.
  • Assistance for Academic Placements
  • Co-curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities
  • Think IoT Laboratory
  • IE(I) Students Chapter
  • Member of CSI
  • CSI Students Chapter

VISION

To transform the department into a centre of excellence for Computer Science and Engineering, through conscious, meaningful, devoted and determined effort of all the stake holders, by synergistic application of creativity, innovation, discipline and social consciousness.

MISSION

To prepare the students for direct employment in various computer science & computer engineering related careers, pursuit of higher studies and / or research, or entrepreneurship in the field, by imparting them quality and value based education as per the needs of the society.

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE DEPARTMENT

  1. Highly experienced and affectionate teachers with qualifications from well recognized institutions.
  2. Interactive Teaching-Learning.
  3. PCs with latest configuration in laboratories.
  4. Digital classrooms.
  5. Spacious and well lit classrooms.
  6. Departmental library, Seminar hall.
  7. Uninterrupted Power Supply.
  8. R&D on mobile & internet technology, image and multimedia processing, artificial intelligence and optimization, networking and security etc.
  9. Publications in prestigious international and national journals and conferences.
  10. Organization of and participation & presentations in workshops, seminars, symposia and conferences.
  11. Several awards and recognition won by the students in regional and national competitions / forums.

LABORATORIES

  • Programming Language & Data Structure Lab
  • Computer Graphics Lab
  • Operating Systems Lab
  • Networking Lab
  • Multimedia Lab
  • Database Management Lab
  • Computer Organization Lab

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. Graduates of the department are expected to excel in professional career, pursue higher education, research, entrepreneurship by acquiring comprehensive knowledge in core engineering, primarily computer engineering, and also basic sciences and mathematics.

  2. Graduates of the department are expected to abide by the professional code of conduct, follow the principles of financial management, have effective communication skills, be ready to accept leadership roles, and have enough tolerance to act as regular member of multicultural teams working oncomplex projects.

  3. Graduates of the department are expected to become responsible citizens, conscious of society, environment, values and ethics, having quality to adapt in the fast changing world through lifelong learning.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. To develop a comprehensive engineering knowledge-base by acquiring structured knowledge in mathematics, basic science & engineering, and Computer Engineering.

  2. To analyze various computer engineering problems.

  3. To design and develop computer based systems and processes for solving computer engineering problems.

  4. To investigate complex problems related to computer science, especially in multi-disciplinary areas.

  5. To use latest techniques and tools necessary for computing in engineering practice.

  6. To identify and analyze the impact of application of computers to individuals, organizations, communities and society at large, and also prescribe precautions against negative impacts thereof.

  7. To identify and assess the impact of the use of computers on ecology, environment and sustainable development.

  8. To acquire sufficient knowledge of professional & social ethics, observe professional codes of conduct and accept cultural norms in profession.

  9. To lead a multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural team, as well as grow enough tolerance to participate as a regular team-member.

  10. To communicate effectively with professional peers as well as with common members of the society at large, on wide range of professional and societal matters.

  11. To understand the particulars of the management of various projects for maximizing the quality while minimizing the time and cost.

  12. To develop an interest in continuous self-upgradation in computer science and related fields.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Chandan Koner Professor & HOD B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D.
2 Prof.(Dr.) Sanjay Biswas Professor B.Sc(H), BE(IISc), MS(USA), Ph.D(USA)
3 Prof.(Dr.) Dipendra Nath Ghosh Professor B.Sc(Math), M.Sc, MCA, Ph.D
4 Prof.(Dr.) Babul Prasad Tewari Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D(Tech)
5 Prof. Bappaditya Das Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
6 Prof. Hiranmay Samaddar Assistant Professor BE, ME
7 Prof. Suvobrata Sarkar Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
8 Prof. Saindhab Chattaraj Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
9 Prof. Amitabha Mandal Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
10 Prof. Sabbir Reza Tarafdar Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
11 Prof. Kalpana Roy Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
12 Prof. Biswajit Mondal Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
13 Prof. Biswadeb Goswami Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
14 Prof. Sanjib Saha Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
15 Prof. Syed Zahir Hasan Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
16 Prof. Anandaprova Majumdar Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
17 Prof. Arindam Ghosh Assistant Professor BE, ME
18 Prof. Ruma Ghosh Assistant Professor BE. M.Tech
19 Prof. Poulomi Tewari Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
20 Prof. Biswajit Saha Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
21 Prof. Rajib Mondal Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
22 Prof. Arun Kumar Sadhu Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
23 Prof. Shaon Bandopadhyay Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech

ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

Electronics and Communication Engineering
Head of the Department Prof.(Dr.) Narendra Nath Pathak BE, M.Tech, Ph.D

Year of establishment: 2000

B.Tech. in Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2000
Current Intake: 120
M.Tech. in Modern Communication Engineering (2 year)
Year of commencement: 2009
Current Intake: 18

LABORATORY

  • Texas Instrument Innovation Lab
  • Advance VLSI Design and Re-configurable Computing Lab
  • Advance Re-configurable And Digital Design Lab
  • Advance Analog Design Lab developed by Texas Instrument
  • Basic Electronics Lab
  • Digital Electronics Lab
  • Microwave Lab
  • VLSI Lab
  • Simulation Lab
  • Digital Signal Processing Lab
  • Signals and Systems Lab
  • Solid States Lab
  • Analog Communication Lab
  • Digital Communication Lab
  • Advanced Communication Lab
  • Microwave Simulation Lab
  • Network Simulation Lab
  • Research Lab

OVERVIEW

Departmental primary academic programs are in accordance with the prescribed curriculum of the affiliating university with additional emphasis on the fundamentals of Electronics & Communication Engineering so as to strengthen the foundation of the subject among young students.

ECE department is accredited by NBA (National Board of Accreditation) for the period 2017-2020.

A group of 2/3 students conduct experiments in laboratories under the supervision of concerned teachers and lab assistants. Final Year project works are primarily of industrial nature so that students may acquire deadline oriented problem solving skills. Special credit is attributed to projects which lead to a successful commercial product or a start-up. Due weightage is given to group discussion and seminars on contemporary and technical topics. This is an important component in engineering education because it helps the students to face the placement interviews with confidence. Department regularly initiates and hosts Technical and Non-Technical Workshops and Seminars on pertinent subjects of interest and need. Students of the department has successfully participated and won national competitions on Robotics, Machine Learning and Electronics such as Sankalp Hackathon and Smart India Hackathon (AICTE).

Their communication as well as technical skill are thus developed and synchronized. The objective is to achieve excellence by manifesting and inculcating the inherent knowledge of the student and help him occupy the best platform in his/her professional life. Department also endorses students with entrepreneurial skills to be a member of Entrepreneurship Cell specially designed to facilitate the process of business model generation.

Apart from all standard laboratories as per requirement of the affiliating university, there are few specialized laboratories for projects such as Advanced Communication Engineering Lab and Advanced Microelectronics & VLSI Lab for research and post-graduate studies. Department has a separate PCB and Enclosure fabrication unit attached with Innovation Lab partly funded by Texas Instruments for rapid prototyping needs. In addition to hardware resources, the department possess software simulation tools such as MATLAB, Simulink, Spice etc. A special emphasis is on Free and Open Source movement, thus encouraging and educating students on open source softwares. Electronics and Communication Engineering Department, BCREC is a pioneer in research and innovation headed by competent faculties as is reflected by in numerous publications in reputed journals.

VISION

To aspire to be a premier department imparting world class technical education in tune with industry requirements, inculcate research motivation through academic excellence.

MISSION

The mission of the department is to create & provide state of the art infrastructure and a facilitating environment toward quality education and promote high standards of professional ethics, transparency and accountability leading to a strong foundation in Electronics and Communication Engineering and the underlying mathematics, science in an environment that combines engineering practice, encourages collaborative research and consultancies with industries.

  1. Graduates of Electronics and Communication Engineering department are expected to excel in professional career by acquiring knowledge in fundamentals in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering leading to in-depth technological knowledge

  2. Graduates of ECE department are expected to have skills in Mathematics, Science, Economics, Management, allied studies and abide by the sense of responsibility, professionalism, team work and ethical values which will help to develop a symbiotic relationship between the Institution, society and community.

  3. Graduates of ECE department are expected to become a good citizen, conscious of society and environment with ethical attitude having quality to adapt in the fast changing society by lifelong learning through higher studies, quality technological research and career either in Industry or entrepreneurship.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Graduates of Electronics and Communication Engineering Programme will acquire basic knowledge in mathematics, science, engineering and humanities.

  2. Graduates will have the ability to define the problems and provide solutions by designing and conducting experiments, interpreting and analyzing data, and reporting the results.

  3. Graduates will develop the ability to design manufacturing systems that would encompass System Design and requirements as demanded by the customers.

  4. Graduates will understand the rapid advances in technologies like VLSI & Embedded System.

  5. Graduates will understand modeling and analysis of systems-level decision problems concerned with Control Engineering.

  6. Graduates will have the ability to learn the electronics and communication engineering and science Concepts including telecommunication, space communication.

  7. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to choose and apply appropriate designs of electromagnetic theory, microwave and Fiber optic based systems.

  8. Graduates will be proficient in English language in both verbal and written forms which will enable them to compete with graduates of international engineering institutions.

  9. Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global and societal contexts.

  10. Graduates will clearly understand the Mathematical concepts related to electronics and communication engineering.

  11. Graduates will be broadly educated and will gain knowledge in interdisciplinary fields & also gain knowledge the social issues, environmental awareness and mass education.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Narendra Nath Pathak Professor & HOD BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Chandan Kumar Ghosh Professor B.Sc, B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
3 Prof.(Dr.) Sarit Pal Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
4 Prof.(Dr.) Tapas Mondal Associate Professor BE, ME, Ph.D
5 Prof.(Dr.) Santanu Patra Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, MS, Ph.D
6 Prof.(Dr.) Tribeni Prasad Banerjee Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
7 Prof.(Dr.) Aloke Saha Assistant Professor B.Tech, ME, Ph.D
8 Prof.(Dr.) Rajib Banerjee Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Tech, Ph.D
9 Prof.(Dr.) Rajdeep Ray Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
10 Prof.(Dr.) Aritra Bhowmik Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
11 Prof.(Dr.) Mrinmoy Chakraborty Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
12 Prof. Koustav Roy Assistant Professor BE, ME
13 Prof. Tapas Roy Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
14 Prof. Anirban Chattopadhyay Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
15 Prof. Dipta Chaudhuri Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
16 Prof. Ankita Mitra Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
17 Prof. Abhijit Banerjee Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
18 Prof. Keka Hajra Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Tech
19 Prof. Debipriya Dutta Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
20 Prof. Nilkamal Bhunia Assistant Professor BE, ME
21 Prof. Sourav Moitra Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
22 Prof. Moutusi Mondal(Roy) Assistant Professor BE, MS
23 Prof. Pradipta Sarkar Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
24 Prof. Ardhendu Sekhar Chattopadhyay Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
25 Prof. Indranil Sengupta Assistant Professor B.Sc(Hons), GRAD.IE., M.Tech
26 Prof. Ramkrishna Rakshit Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Electrical Engineering
Head of the Department Prof. (Dr) Susanta Dutta BE, M.Tech, Ph.D

Year of establishment: 2000

B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2000
Current Intake: 120
M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering (2 years) (Power system)
Year of commencement: 2007
Current Intake: 18

INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES

LABORATORY

  • Basic Electrical Engineering Lab.
  • Electrical Machine Lab.
  • Power System Lab.
  • Control System Lab.
  • Electrical Drives Lab.
  • Power Electronics Lab.
  • Instrumentation Lab.
  • Machine Design Lab.
  • Circuit Theory Lab.
  • Simulation Lab. I,II,III
  • M.Tech Lab.

DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY

  • There is full fledged departmental library with about 500 Nos. books. A reading room with sitting arrangement for 20 persons.
  • There is one computer with internet and printing facilities.

CONFERENCE ROOM

  • Conference Room is equipped with Projector and Screen. Sitting arrangements for 45 persons.

Digital Classroom

  • 8 (eight) nos. dedicated class rooms and one digital class room. Digital Class room has facility of audio visual method of teaching. Digital class room comprises of computer, USB, Projector, Screen and all necessary accessories.

Project Room

  • Project Room equipped with essential simulation kits, electrical and electronics components, soldering sets and working table for project work.

VISION

Vision of the Department is to create a strong teaching and research environment with inclusive improvement of students and global participation so that the institute is regarded as global center of learning through meaningful, devoted and determined efforts of all stakeholders.

MISSION

To impart meaningful education with latest advancement in the field of electrical engineering.

Empowering students to have both theoretical concepts and practical problem solving abilities.

To encourage discipline, societal value system and sense of national glory.

To provide supportive environment to nurture the creative and innovative ideas amongst the pupil.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  1. Our graduates are expected to excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring sound knowledge in basic sciences, mathematics and core subjects of electrical engineering.

  2. Our graduates are expected to abide by the professional code of conduct, principles of financial management and ready to take leadership or have enough tolerance to act as humble member of a multicultural team working on a complex project in industry.

  3. Our graduates are expected to exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, and communication skills in their profession and adapt to current trends in technology by engaging in lifelong learning.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

The Program Outcomes of UG in Electrical Engineering are:

Our graduates are expected

  1. to have sound knowledge in basic science and mathematics, basic engineering leading to a solid background in electrical engineering.

  2. to acquire sufficient knowledge in electrical engineering to analyse a problem in lab or in real life.

  3. to acquire sufficient knowledge in electrical engineering to investigate a complex problem in electrical engineering, i.e. which are related to other engineering fields also.

  4. to analyse the local and global impact of electrical systems on individuals, organizations, and society.

  5. to have deep knowledge in electrical engineering to design a device and develop a solutions that are faced in the field of electrical engineering in real life.

  6. to aware of current techniques in the field of electrical engineering, acquire enough skills to use modern tools for implementation of projects in electrical engineering.

  7. to aware of local and global impact of devices and systems on the environment and how to have sustainable growth.

  8. to develop leadership quality and enough tolerance to work as a member of multidisciplinary team.

  9. to aware of code of professional ethics and able to implement it in professional life.

  10. to develop communication skills to interact in a multidisciplinary team as well as general audience.

  11. to aware of elements in engineering economics and finance so that they are able to analyse cost impact of a system, cost minimization etc.

  12. to develop aptitude and skills for continuous upgradation in its own and related fields.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Susanta Dutta Associate Professor (HOD) BE. M.Tech, Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Sumit Banerjee Professor BE(Hons), Ph.D
3 Prof.(Dr.) Dola Sinha Asst. Professor BE(Hons), M.Tech, Ph.D
4 Prof.(Dr.) Sanjoy Kumar Saha Asst. Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
5 Prof.(Dr.) Tusnik Sarkar Asst. Professor B.Tech, ME, Ph.D
6 Prof.(Dr.) Tapan Kumar Chattopadhyay Asst. Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
7 Prof.(Dr.) Sourav Paul Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
8 Prof.(Dr.) Sneha Sultana Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
9 Prof.(Dr.) Chaity Sarkar Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
10 Prof. Mou Das Mahapatra Asst. Professor BE, M.Tech.
11 Prof. Basudeb Mondal Asst. Professor B.Tech, ME
12 Prof. Anupam Sinha Asst. Professor B.Sc, M.Tech, B.Sc(Engg)
13 Prof. Dipak Kumar Dhak Asst. Professor BE, M.Tech.
14 Prof. Siddharta Ghosh Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
15 Prof. Chandan Paul Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
16 Prof. Kingsuk Majumdar Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
17 Prof. Sunil Kumar Choudhary Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
18 Prof. Soumen Biswas Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
19 Prof. Snehasis Ghosal Asst. Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
20 Prof. Subrata Mandal Asst. Professor ME
21 Prof. Soham Dey Asst. Professor B.Tech, ME
22 Prof. Saswati Roy(PT) Asst. Professor LLB(H), LLM

APPLIED ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING (AEIE)

Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
Head of the Department Prof.(Dr.) K. M. Hossain B.Sc.(JU), B.Tech.(JU), M.Tech.(NIT, Dgp), PhD (NIT, Dgp)

Year of establishment: 2002

B.Tech. in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2002
Current Intake: 60

LABORATORY

  • Microprocessor Lab
  • Industrial Instrumentation Lab
  • Sensors & Transducers Lab
  • Control Engineering Lab
  • Process Control Lab
  • Electronics Instrumentation & Measurement Lab
  • Advanced Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab
  • Telemetry & Remote Control Lab
  • Instrumentation & Control Design Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Power Plant Instrumentation Lab

OVERVIEW

Instrumentation Engineering is the most happening field in the world now. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering is essentially the application of Electronics in the Field of Instrumentation Engineering. Instrumentation is defined as the arts and science of measurement and control of process parameters like temperature, pressure, flow-rate, humidity, density, viscosity, moistures, velocity etc. through proper designing and configuring of automated systems in electrical, pneumatic domains within a production or manufacturing area. To measure and control these parameters in a process or in a particular system, devices such as sensors, transducers, transmitters, microprocessors, microcontrollers, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Distributed Control System (DCS), Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) are used. Instrumentation engineers work with the industries with the goal of improving productivity, optimisation, stability, reliability, safety and continuity. Over the past three decades the field of instrumentation engineering is contributing in extremely widespread applications in the industries like

1. Process Industries such as Steel Plants, Refineries, Power plant, Chemical and Fertilizer plants, Textile industries, Petrochemical Industries, Food processing Industries. ,
2. Mining & Metallurgy industries,
3. Robotics and Bio-Medical Instrumentation,
4. Automobile Instrumentation industries,
5. Navigational & Aerospace Organization, Weather Stations etc.
6. Building Management Instrumentation,
7. Automation engineering companies

Therefore, Instrumentation being one of the most important sought branches from the Industrial point of view, a combination of Electronics and Instrumentation would fetch high dividends for the students who take up Electronics and Instrumentation as their career course. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineers have a bright future ahead of them as they are needed by almost all Industries in various cadres like Design, Development, Fabrication, Inspection, Quality control, Maintenance, Service and so on. As published by the famous media house, The Hindu, “Automation is the buzz word in process industry, and automation is the core job of instrumentation engineers. Hence, the demand for instrumentation will always be there. By the year 2015, with so many industries coming up, the need of instrumentation engineers is eventually going to increase as thousands of them are required.” The department of AEIE of Dr. B. C. Roy Engineering College has started its journey from 2002. To produce Industry Ready Instrumentation Engineers, the department is fully equipped with modern laboratories, Smart classrooms and highly proficient professors who have their academic degrees from the reputed institutes like IIT (Kharagpur), IIT (Kanpur), Jadavpur University, IIST (Shibpur) and NITs. The department has close association with core Instrumentation MNCs like Jhonson Control (USA), Yokogawa (Japan) and others for building up effective Industry Institute interaction. To gain educational and career information about Instrumentation, the AEIE department has build up strong bonding with some international professional societies. While many of the alumni of the department are in service with the organisations like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Honeywell, Yokogawa, Jhonson Control, Indian Air Force, General Electric, Jindal Steel, CTS, Capgemini, HP, Sankalp Semiconductor, Biecco Lawrie Ltd., L&T, BOC etc. while others have thrived for higher studies and doing their M.Tech from JU, IITs, NITs (upon getting high GATE scores) and MS from reputed foreign Universities like Florida State University of Florida (USA).

VISION

To aspire to be a premiere department; imparting world class technical education and to bridge industry expertise with academic excellence, thereby producing technically competent engineers catering to the needs of the society, environment and the nation.

MISSION

The mission of the Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Department is to provide with a foundation in Electronics and Instrumentation, and the underlying mathematics and science, and to provide excellent opportunity with strong moral sense of social and ethical responsibilities, in order to build up professionally competent engineers through value-added teaching, learning and research environment. The key objective is to provide state of the art infrastructure and a facilitating environment toward quality education and promote high standards of professional ethics, transparency and accountability. Department fosters establishing value creating networks with alumni, industries, educational institutes and other stake-holders and encourages collaborative research and consultancies with industries.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

  1. Graduates of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering department are expected to excel in professional career or pursue higher education and research or in entrepreneurship by acquiring sound knowledge in basic science, mathematics and core engineering.

  2. Graduates of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering department are expected to abide by professional code of conduct, following the principles of financial management, possessing sound communication skills and ready to take leadership or have enough tolerance to act as a simple and indispensable member of a multicultural team working on a multi-disciplinary project.

  3. Graduates of Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering department are expected to be a good citizen, conscious about the society and environment, respect for professional ethics and values and quality to adapt in the fast changing society through life-long learning.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  1. Apply principles of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and specialized knowledge in electronics and instrumentation to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  2. Identify, formulate and analyze various complex engineering problems.

  3. Prescribe solution for complex engineering problems and design/develop eco-friendly devices to cater the needs of society.

  4. Use research based knowledge to conduct investigation of complex problem and draw valid conclusion.

  5. Use modern tools, both software and hardware for modeling, analyzing and providing solutions for complex engineering problems.

  6. Apply engineering knowledge in workplace in particular and society at large such as community health and hygiene, personnel and community safety, keeping in mind cultural and legal issues involved.

  7. Devise instruments and implement projects which are socially acceptable and compatible to the environmental protection leading to sustainable development.

  8. Abide by ethical principles and professional code of conduct while carrying out responsibility as professional engineers.

  9. Take responsibilities individually or as a leader and also have enough humility to act as a member of an assorted multi-disciplinary team.

  10. Cognize and demonstrate effective communication skills on complex engineering activities through technical report writing, presentation and communicate with engineering community and society at large.

  11. Manage projects and prescribe solutions to minimize project costs in a multi-disciplinary venture.

  12. Inherit a culture of enhancing knowledge in technological advancement in their own and allied fields.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Khondekar Mofazzal Hossain Professor and HOD B.Sc, B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Bijoy Laxmi Koley Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
3 Prof.(Dr.) Soumen Mallick Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
4 Prof.(Dr.) Anirban Bose Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
5 Prof.(Dr.) Kamalika Tiwari Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
6 Prof.(Dr.) Debasis De Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
7 Prof. Samujjwal Roy Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
8 Prof. Ritu Rani De Assistant Professor BE, ME
9 Prof. Chandan Das Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
10 Prof. Suman Dasgupta Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
11 Prof. Shibendu Mahata Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
12 Prof. Sumana Chattoraj (Roy) Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech

DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Head of the Department Prof. (Dr) Kanchan Chatterjee BE, M.Tech, Ph.D

Year of establishment: 2000

B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2003
Current Intake: 120
M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering (2 years)
Year of commencement: 2009
Current Intake: 18

FOCUS AREA

  • Highly qualified faculties from IIT, NIT, JU, IIEST & other leading universities in India.
  • Modern Infrastructure & Laboratories.
  • State of art Computer Lab having Modern learning facility like AutoCAD, Creo, Inventor, Ansys, etc.
  • Well established R&D Cell for research work & guidance.
  • Well equipped class room.
  • Digital Class Room facility.
  • Innovative curriculum & Job oriented learning environment.
  • Personality Development programs.
  • Soft Skill Development Programs.
  • Mentoring System to give special care to our students.
  • Corporate interaction & Industry Visit.
  • Mock test for placement.
  • Wi-Fi campus with High speed internet.
  • Exclusive departmental library apart

LABORATORIES

  • Engineering Graphics Lab
  • Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulics Lab
  • Thermal Engineering Lab
  • Heat Transfer Lab
  • Internal Combustion Engine Lab
  • Computer Graphics Lab
  • Dynamics of Machine Lab
  • Metrology & Measurements Lab
  • Machine Drawing & Design Practice Lab
  • Advanced Manufacturing Lab
  • Applied Mechanics Lab
  • Manufacturing Process Lab
  • Material Testing Lab
  • Mechatronics Lab

WORKSHOPS

  • Carpentry Shop
  • Pattern Shop
  • Forging Shop
  • Moulding and Casting Shop
  • Tin Smithy Shop
  • Fittings Shop
  • Machine Shop

OVERVIEW

Mechanical Engineering Department, established in the year 2003, produces graduates who can meet the needs of rapidly changing industry which demands new skills and knowledge of modern technology. The Department offers B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering and M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering. Vision of the Department is to deliver world-class education and research in Mechanical Engineering, with particular regard to their application in industry, healthcare and commerce in a diverse society. It has a conducive ambience and specialized laboratories like CAD-CAM & Robotics Lab, Mechatronics and Modern control Lab, etc along with conventional laboratories like Mechanical Workshops, Thermal lab, Dynamics of Machines Lab, etc. The infrastructure fully supports experiments as prescribed in MAKAUT curriculum. Separate Computer Laboratory was established for teaching computer aided design and analysis of devices using various software like AutoCAD, Creo, ANSYS etc. The department is facilitated with high speed internet connection for acquiring knowledge from the web. Undergraduate students get opportunity to involve themselves in high-end research work to build skills beyond curriculum. In addition to classes, the Department organizes regular visiting lectures delivered by Industry Experts and arranges industrial visits for both faculty and students. Postgraduate scholars are engaged in high-end research and publication activities.

The WBUT syllabi followed by the department are very progressive and together with these, the AICTE norms / recommendations make way for complete reformation. The department, starting in 2003, makes a modern beginning this millennium with spacious labs (70-90 Sq.M.), classrooms and a sprawling workshop that covers over 1250 Sq.M. space with Machine Shop, Welding Shop, Foundry, Forging, Carpentry, Smithy, and the list grows. The Labs are planned to provide state-of-the-art facilities with machine and equipments that pertain to our updated curricula : Labs for Fluid Mechanics, Thermal Power, Engineering Graphics, Strength of Materials, CAD/CAM, Machine Dynamics, Robotics/CNC… are all passing through a brisk process of development.

VISION

To produce professionally competent engineers to cater to the needs of the industry, society and nation.

MISSION

To provide excellent opportunity for producing professionally competent engineers with the sense of social and moral responsibility by creating value added teaching and motivation for research.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  1. To provide conducive learning environment and quality technical education emphasizing the mathematics and science fundamentals related to mechanical engineering program to achieve professional excellence.

  2. Graduates should prepare themselves for carrying out higher studies and quality technological research & development skills to keep pace with the current technological trends through out the career, either in industry or in enterprenurship and ready to take leadership & capable of working as a member of multi discipline team.

  3. To foster a sense of responsibility, professionalism, team work and ethical values by developing skills in, management and allied studies through well balanced courses which will help to develop a symbiotic relationship between the institution, society and the community.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

  1. Graduate will possess strong fundamental knowledge on applied mathematics, applied sciences and foundational Engineering concept for application in discipline.

  2. Graduate will develop confidence and will be able to design and conduct experiment on it as well as to analyze the problem and interpret data.

  3. Graduate will have the ability to design components, fluid & thermal systems , manufacturing processes and conduct testing experiment on it and interpret data for its development to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety.

  4. Graduate will possess fundamental knowledge and will have the ability to investigate complex problems with multidisciplinary team effort.

  5. Graduate will possess knowledge of using Modern tools e.g. CAD/CAM and other Mechanical Engineering software like Inventor, Auto-CAD, CREO 2.0 & ANSYS and have the ability to apply their knowledge from these for the solution of Mechanical Engineering problems.

  6. Graduate will be able to provide engineering solution, design solution which are society friendly and in this context graduates will also be able to analyze the local and global impact of Engineering on society.

  7. Graduates will be able to develop an environment friendly and cost effective new system and also have serious concern for the society.

  8. Graduate will learn the ability to understand the professional and ethical responsibility.

  9. Graduate will learn the ability to function individually and on multidisciplinary teams to solve complex Engineering problems by mutually sharing the knowledge with other team members.

  10. Graduate will learn the ability to function individually and on multidisciplinary teams to solve complex Engineering problems by mutually sharing the knowledge with other team members.

  11. Graduate will possess managerial skills and also have the knowledge of contemporary issues and will be able to perform in a project team. Graduate will gather the ability to calculate average cost of component, system and are capable of handling the project financially.

  12. Graduate will develop confidence for self and have the ability to engage in life long learning.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

  1. Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge of applied mathematics and advanced software tools for design specification, development such as fabrication, analysis such as testing and operation of the physical systems, components and processes involved in mechanical engineering.

  2. Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge, skill and attitude to analyze the cause and effects on machine elements, processes and systems.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Kanchan Chatterjee Professor & HOD BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Chandan Chattoraj Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
3 Prof.(Dr.) Subrata Samanta Associate Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
4 Prof.(Dr.) Arijit Banerjee Associate Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
5 Prof. Shyama Charan Chakrabarty Associate Professor BE, M.Tech
6 Prof.(Dr.) Manoj Kundu Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
7 Prof.(Dr.) Rupali Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
8 Prof.(Dr.) Subhas Chandra Moi Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
9 Prof. Ranjit Kumar Roy Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
10 Prof. Pabitra Kumar Mandal Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
11 Prof. Partha Sarathi Bose Assistant Professor AMIE, M.Tech
12 Prof. Shivabrata Mojumdar Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
13 Prof. Subhajit Bhattacharya Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
14 Prof. Suman Karmakar Assistant Professor ME, M.Tech
15 Prof. Chitta Sahana Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
16 Prof. Siddhartha Bhowmick Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
17 Prof. Rajeev Ranjan Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
18 Prof. Arka Banerjee Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
19 Prof. Rakesh Biswas Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
20 Prof. Anubhab Roy Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
21 Prof. Pranesh Kumar Das Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
22 Prof. Deepak Kumar Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
23 Prof. Soumyadip Das Assistant Professor B.Tech, ME
24 Prof. Subhashis Chowdhury Assistant Professor B.Tech, ME
25 Prof. Koyendrik Bhattacharya Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Department of Civil Engineering
Head of the Department Prof. (Dr) Sabyasachi Chandra B.E (Civil), M.Tech (Structural Engg, IITG), Ph.D. (Struct. Engg, IIT Kgp)

Year of establishment: 2010

B.Tech. in Civil Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2010
Current Intake: 60

LABORATORY

  • Solid Mechanics Lab
  • Surveying Practice I & II
  • Fluid Mechanics Lab
  • Engineering Geology Lab
  • Soil Mechanics Lab I & II
  • Concrete Technology Lab
  • Building Design and Drawing Lab
  • CAD Laboratory
  • Environmental Engineering Lab
  • Highway & Transportation Engineering Lab

VISION

To transform the department into a global center of learning through synergic application of understanding, creativity, innovation and discipline.

MISSION

Our core mission is to educate, inside and outside the classroom to achieve excellence in education and train the leaders of tomorrow.

Our undergraduate degree programme aims to provide a great platform for learning by offering variety of subject choices covering broad/frontier areas of civil engineering.

Civil Engineering at BCREC Durgapur is a dynamic and growing department, with emphasis on the advances of education and research in engineering education keeping in mind the needs of the built and natural environments for a sustainable development of the society.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  1. To impart quality education by exposing the students to the fundamentals as well as to the practical issues involved in the analysis, design and construction of structural systems, by offering variety of subject choices covering broad/ frontier areas of Civil Engineering; to encourage higher studies and research keeping pace with the current technological practices.

  2. To impart adequate insights and hands-on exposure for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of Civil Engineering systems and communicate the ideas effectively with the other members of the society.

  3. To train the leader of tomorrow by imparting required skills, values, professionalism, team works and a sense of responsibility for the sustainable growth of the society.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

  1. Able to recognize and recall the fundamental principles of basic sciences and engineering required for an application in Civil Engineering.

  2. Able to interpret and differentiate basic Civil Engineering problems by associating them with the experiments.

  3. Able to apply Civil Engineering knowledge to design practical and sustainable solutions of Civil Engineering problems.

  4. Able to analyze complex Civil Engineering problems, investigate and correlate theoretical and practical data to ensure valid conclusions.

  5. Able to access relevant Civil Engineering techniques, tools and IS codes, including new measurement, material, construction, computational and testing techniques.

  6. Able to identify the professional responsibilities towards social safety, legal and cultural issues.

  7. Able to justify and influence the knowledge of engineering solutions in social and environmental contexts for sustainable development.

  8. Able to comply with standard professional practices.

  9. Able to act as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team and to assume leadership role in Civil Engineering activities.

  10. Able to communicate effectively by oral, written, graphical and geometrical means.

  11. Able to adhere to the basics of project management, business, finance with a matured leadership attitude in multidisciplinary environments.

  12. Able to select the options available for sustainable development through the process of lifelong learning.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Sabyasachi Chandra Professor & HOD BE, M.Tech, Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Sanjay Sengupta Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D.
3 Prof. Subhransu Goswami Associate Professor BE, M.Tech
4 Prof. Chhanda Mondal (Roy) Assistant Professor BE, ME
5 Prof. Prakash Mondal Assistant Professor B.Tech, ME
6 Prof. Arijit Kumar Banerji Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
7 Prof. Md. Hamjala Alam Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
8 Prof. Shovan Roy Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
9 Prof. Chanchal Das Assistant Professor B.Tech, ME
10 Prof. Ankita Som Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
11 Prof. Amit Kotal Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
12 Prof. Anindita Pan Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
13 Prof. Anupam Kumar Biswas Assistant Professor B.Tech, M.Tech
14 Prof. Pranoy Roy Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
15 Prof. Sayantan Dutta Assistant Professor BE, M.Tech
16 Prof. Ashis Kr. Som Assistant ProfesBE, sor M.Tech.

BASIC SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES

LABORATORY

  • Numerical Methods Lab
  • Language Lab
  • Physics Lab 1
  • Physics Lab 2
  • Chemistry Lab

DEPARTMENT

Year of establishment: 2000
Year of commencement: 2000

OVERVIEW

basic science and humanities
Head of the Department Prof. (Dr) Jayanta Pal B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Tech (Energy Sc. & Tech), Ph.D

The very foundation of an engineering student is laid with his/her knowledge in the basic science which includes mathematics, physics and chemistry. Apart from technical knowledge base, an individual aspires to be an ideal professional through strengthening his ideologies to emerge as a successful human being. Alongside the knowledge of basic science application, humanities and communication makes him complete engineering professional in all aspects. The department of Basic Science and Humanities at BCREC provides the students an appropriate platform for enhancing their basic knowledge skills in mathematics, physics, and chemistry as well as train them in professional English communication and corporate business etiquettes which making them grow up and mature with an ideal ethical understanding and value judgement. The department provides well-equipped labs to make the students excel in the various applications of physics, chemistry and mathematics in engineering. The department caters to the basic need of language development of the students for excelling in communication through business communication classes and focusses on honing the soft skill of the students through specially equipped language laboratory to make them successful not only during campus recruitment but also in every sphere of their professional life.

History bears witness to the fact that mathematics is the most important area in nature science and engineering. Applied mathematics is a branch of mathematics that deal with the mathematical methods that find its application in science, engineering, business as well as corporate industrial sectors with a most of academically excellent faculty members; the department caters to the students with the application of advanced analytical methods through operations research to help them make better decisions.

Engineering Physics is the study of combined disciplines of physics, engineering and mathematics in order to develop an understanding of the interrelationship of these three disciplines. The department of physics provides the platform to understand the broad applications of fundamental physics when combined with problem solving and engineering skills.

The department of chemistry engages in the application of chemistry in engineering by enriching the students with the knowledge of chemistry and chemical reaction that is required in the design and subsequent production of power generating equipment.

LIST OF FACULTY

Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
1 Prof.(Dr.) Jayanta Pal Assistant Professor & HOD B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Tech (Energy Sc. & Tech), Ph.D
2 Prof.(Dr.) Sourav Ranjan Das Associate Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
3 Prof. Kaushik Senapati Associate Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Tech
4 Prof.(Dr.) Madhusree Kole Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D (IIT, Kgp)
5 Prof.(Dr.) Abhijit Ghosh Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
6 Prof.(Dr.) Sukalpa Dey Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
7 Prof.(Dr.) Sharmistha De Dutta Assistant Professor BA, MA, M.Phil, Ph.D (IIT Kgp)
8 Prof.(Dr.) Suneeta De Assistant Professor BA(H), MA, Ph.D
9 Prof.(Dr.) Kamal Hussian Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
10 Prof. Debadrita Sen Assistant Professor BA(H), MA
11 Prof. Sarabjeet Lahiri Assistant Professor BA(H), MA
12 Prof. Subhashish Pal Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
13 Prof. Sreejata Sen Sarma Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
14 Prof.(Dr.) Shashi Bajaj Mukherjee Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
15 Prof. Sudip Kumar Gorey Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Phil
16 Prof. Sukarna Dey Mondal Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
17 Prof. Abhijit De Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Tech
18 Prof. Jaya Mukhopadhyay Assistant Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
19 Prof. Sohini Ghosh Assistant Professor BA(Eco), MA(Eco)