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Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad:

GramaudyogikShikshan Mandal (GSM), Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India is the parent trust (Organization) established in 1975 under Bombay Public Trust Act and also registered under Society Registration Act {this is a pre requisite to start any educational, research & training institute in India}. Over last three and half decades, GSM has established 19 institutes and 5 centres of learning at multiple locations in India. GSM has grown organically in three important provinces of India, viz. Maharashtra (Western India), Delhi (National Capital) & Uttar Pradesh (Northern India). More than 12000 full time & 2500 part time students are on different campuses for primary to post graduate education and vocational training. MIT offers wide range of courses for graduation level in faculty of - engineering & technology, management, architecture, science and nursing, for post graduation programs in engineering & technology, management, information technology, and architecture, for vocational level - polytechnic, vocational programs, industrial skill set programs and technical school level programs.

GSM has developed the state of the art infrastructure, computer centres, learning aids and research laboratories at each location and supports it by qualified and dedicated staff members. GSM feel proud to be recognized as a student-centric and faculty driven organization. Over a period of 40 years, more than 15000 alumni have been turned out who can be seen spread across the globe. They are performing well in different walks of life and are the real brand ambassadors of MIT, as their success reflects MIT’s contribution inshaping their career and life.

MIT has developed strong linkages between industry, government andNGOs. MIT is a pioneer in establishing mutually beneficial triangular partnership among academic institutions, industry and government organizations. MIT has been associated with hundreds of companies for imparting students training and placement. It also provides solutions to live problems and works on research projects of industries. By serving as catalyst for industry-academic partnerships, MIT attempts to bring intellectual capital and emerging technologies together to improve quality of engineering & technology education. This in turn contributes to build India’s capacity for intellectual and economic growth.

E&TC Department, MIT(T):

Started with 60 seats in the year of 2001-02, the E&TC department has always remained on the forefront in producing quality engineers who have brought great laurels to the institute, society and nation at large. Now the intake has been increased to 120 since 2011-12.

The department has a tradition of attracting the students of high merit at UG admissionsfrom across the state. The department offers these students excellent infrastructure and resources in the form of knowledgeable faculty, well equipped laboratories and a library having a vast collection of informative books.

It has faculty, PG and research students working in research areas related to cutting edge technologies such as Microwaves & Antenna Technology, VLSI and Embedded Systems, Communication Networks, Computer vision and Pattern Recognition, Signal Coding and Communication, Power electronics and EMI/EMC, Multidimensional and Multimedia Signal processing and Optical devices.

Moreover, the department is involved in a number of technical and co-curricular activities encouraging students to broaden their horizons of thought, innovate and implement their ideas. Also, it maintains a great rapport with industries and R&D organizations.

It also running PG Programme i.e. Master of Technology in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering with 24 seats in 2014-2015. The Department has been recognized as the Research Centre in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering in the year of 2015-2016 by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad.

E&TC Department, MIT(T):

Aurangabad is one of those historical cities of India that trace their origins in antiquity. It has been known in different times as Raj-Tadag, Deogiri, Khadki, Fatehabad and now Aurangabad. Apart the ruins of older times the city has the 17th-century magnificent marble-mortar mausoleum called the Bibi kaMaqbara, styled after the famed Taj Mahal at Agra; behind it are the Aurangabad Caves, contemporary and comparable to Ajanta and Ellora Caves. A further away, 10 kms, is the formidable mediaeval Fort of Daulatabad; another 10 kms is the Khultabad where Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb was buried and his simple earth-covered grave remainsopen-to-sky. The city also has a small museum housing art treasures of the region; displaying war weapons, numismatic collection, artefacts and a picture gallery show-casing times of the Maratha king Shivaji Maharaj.

Weather: 29°C, Wind W at 8 km/h, 30% Humidity

Population: 16 lakh.

This city is gateway to the World Heritage Sites of Ajanta and Ellora caves. Developed as a modern city, Aurangabad provides all comforts and modern facilities. There are many luxury, budget and star hotels, which cater to the guest needs.

Site-Seeing: Within city are the Aurangabad Caves, Bibi KaMaqbara, Sunhera Mahal, University Museum, Himroo Factory and Panchakki. A half-day outdoor can cover Daulatabad, Khuldabad and Ellora Caves. Another one-day can cover and adventurous tour of the Anwa Temple, Pitalkhora Caves and Gavtala Wildlife Sanctuary. One of the three meteorite created craters on the Earth isLonar Crater which is 125 kms from Aurangabad that should be planned with a reasonable overnight stay. Pratishthan, the seat of the mightySatvahan Empire of the pre-Christian era, now called Paithan is 50 kmsaway.

Important dates

Paper submission Starts

15th June 2017

Paper submission deadline

15th July 2017

Last date for notification of acceptance

30th Sep 2017

Camera-ready Paper Submission deadline

15th Oct 2017

Author Registration Deadline

10th Nov 2017 (on or before)

Final Technical Program Details

20th Nov 2017