FACULTY


Faculty and their contributions

The faculty at NSIT is highly qualified and have made ever lasting impressions in many fields research oriented activities. Our distinguished faculty is highly committed towards delivering not only knowledge but are actively involved in a various national and international decision- making bodies, exercising their social responsibilities.

Their commendable qualification coupled along with vast experience in teaching and research is true evidence of excellence NSIT cherishes to have. The faculty at NSIT also has to its credit many books that are part of the curriculum in many top universities. In addition many have authored and co-authored numerous research papers which have been published in International journals of repute.

NSIT strongly reckons research and development as a practical representation of the education rendered to the students here. The Institute plays a crucial role in enhancing research and development by upholding the innovative ideas which not only lead to analysis of vast pool of knowledge but at the same time catalyses our contribution to global development. Institute's in-depth participation in field of research and can be depicted in its diverse nature of projects which are financially supported by national and international organisations and industries.

    Student Projects:

  • It is imperative for all B.E , M.Tech and PhD students to take up projects under the guidance of faculty. These include development and application oriented projects. All these projects provide students open environment required to realize and address real world issues.


  • Publications:

  • Students are encouraged to publish their work in the form of papers which could be presented and/or published in national and international Conferences/Symposia and referred journals.


  • Patents:

  • Students coming up with radical solutions to practical problems are encouraged to register their national and international patents.



Major areas of Research:


  • Circuits and Systems

  • Bipolar and CMOS Analog Integrated circuits

  • Current Mode Signal Processing

  • Chaotic Nonlinear Dynamical Circuits

  • Simulation and Modeling

  • Digital Signal Processing

  • Analog and Digital Communication

  • Computer Communication

  • Electronic Switching

  • Welding

  • Non-Conventional Machining

  • Manufacturing Systems

  • Power Electronics

  • Process Control

  • Intelligent Controllers

  • Data Communication Methods



Specialized centers (for research and technical support):


  • CEDT

  • Advanced Centre for IT