“The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand”.
At Atria Institute of Technology, Placement is not a mere annual ritual; it is a time for showcasing the very best in our young engineers to the industrial world.
The Placement& Training Cell functions with the primary aim of placing students in top-notch companies even before they have completed their courses. Having an exposure to a good work culture in the beginning of their professional life, guarantees success in all their endeavours.
We have seen over the years that the students trained in this institute are very well prepared to handle responsibilities and work with the most cutting-edge technology in the industry. This belief works as a driving force for us to try and ensure that our students get a jump start in their career. We provide our students with the best avenues to utilize their skills by helping them find gainful employment with the best of the engineering firms.
“Here in the College of Engineering we inspire dreams, improve minds, ignite curiosity, and define the promise of tomorrow".
The Atria Institute of Technology was established in the year 2000. Atria Institute of Technology is a unit of the distinguished Atria group. "A S Kuppa Raju & Brothers Charitable Foundation Trust" was founded in 1984. The trust owns and manage different educational institutions and has a rich experience in the area of education.
Atria group owned by this trust has diverse interests in construction, power generation and Information Technology with more than 20 years of experience.
Vision & Mission
The Vision of the Trust is to build an educational institute of excellence and the motto is “quality education”.
The Mission of the Trust is to make the institute:
A professionally run centre to provide high quality technical education.
A forum for constant interaction with industries, professional and academic bodies for providing information to the students and faculty to the latest trends and practices.
A centre for professional training, not only as per the syllabus of the University, but also to meet the requirements of the profession.
A centre to develop and promote entrepreneurship qualities among students.
A dependable centre to meet the needs of society in the professional areas with which it is associated.
Atria Institute of Technology is a renowned name in the field of Technical education for the past 13 years. The Institute with its global corporate lineage, enjoys close and extensive networks and links with industry. Our students are exposed to the corporate policies, practices and ideologies. Our pedagogy focuses on creating a rich environment in which students are well prepared to spearhead innovative actions in today's competitive global world.
The Institute has approved annual intake of 600 students for B.E courses, 18 for M. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering and 60 for MBA course, and at present there are about 2,200 undergraduate and 138 postgraduate students studying in the institution. It is ranked one among top twenty colleges of VTU. The various streams in Engineering (UG) are as follows:
Our education system is highly innovative and has incorporated the best practices followed in Higher education.
There are a good number of quality students available with us.
Professionally managed Placement Cell to provide end to end solutions for Campus Drives.
Professional staff’s and Proactive Students who co-ordinate entire process of Campus placements.
Conference Hall – to conduct the corporate meets, high-level meeting and discussions.
Seminar Hall – to conduct corporate training programs & seminars for both students and faculty wherein we can accommodate 400 (200x2) members comfortably.
Auditorium with the LCD, mike & speaker facilities, to conduct the campus selection and joint campus selection programs successfully.
Infrastructure to support written test for more than 5,000 students at one time.
LAN based/ online test facility for more than 300 students at one time.
Large Office Space available for supporting and conducting simultaneous Interviews and GD’s for up to 15 officials.
Facility for Telephonic based interviews.
The college is located within the city well connected with fleet of buses, the services of which can be utilized to enable the students and parents to reach our campus in time at the time of joint campus / off-campus selection process involving a number of colleges in and around the city.
The Placement activity starts immediately after sixth semester results and many of the fortune 500, top and renowned Companies visit our institute regularly for the Recruitment Process. More than hundred students from the recent 2013 batch of Engineering secured placements in some of the top companies. It is that time of the year when we are gearing up for another Campus Placement season for 2014 batch. The current Placement is On.
Students who are eligible for any placement drive will have to give his/her consent before attending the same to the concerned coordinator. Failing which the candidate will be marked absent for the particular drive.
Student who fails to attend the placement drive, whether on or off campus subsequent to his/her consent for attending the same will be fined.
Each student will be given a maximum of three attempts in campus placement drives.
Student, once selected will not be allowed further in any placement drive until and unless there is a rise of Rs 50,000 in the annual package offered.
Students should come in formal dress along with hard copies of the following:
1. Updated resume.
2. Hall ticket if applicable.
3. Passport size photographs.
4. Photostat of relevant documents duly attested.
The students should maintain punctuality for all events.
All the queries regarding placement drives etc will be handled by the coordinators.
The placement department sends placement invitation letters to the companies enclosing a brief summary of the courses available.
The company will send Letter, Email or fax with a brief company profile, job profile and details on campus recruitment drive.
The company can visit the campus for a Pre-Placement Talk either before the selection processes or can combine it with the final recruitment.
On receiving information file, the placement office announces the requirements of the company, asking interested students to submit resumes, which are then handed over to the company.
The company is required to shortlist candidates from the application pool and eligibility data file sent and send the same with short listed candidates to the Placement Office at the earliest.
A mutual convenient date is finalized for the selection process/ recruitment drive.
The company is required to furnish the final list of students preferably on the same day, or as soon as possible, after completion of the selection process.
The offer letters need to be sent to the Placement Office for handing over to the students. Offer acceptances (from the students) received, will be sent to the company by the Placement Office.
Atria Institute of Technology provides right environment, which fosters not only intellectual, but also personality development of the students. Personality Development Workshops are organized by the College with a view to equip the students with necessary Soft skills required to face Group Discussion and Personal interviews from the Industry perspective by experts, well reputed professionals in the field. Career guidance / Counselling is given to students / alumni on case to case basis to help them in the areas of Higher education/ Competitive examinations etc.
Career Talks / Expert Lecture:
With a view to bridge the gap between industrial requirements and academic curriculum, experts from the various fields of engineering and management are invited to enable the students to know and understand the requirements of industries and accordingly prepare themselves for the future.
For Appearing any company’s interview either in campus or off –campus aptitude test is the first stage. For competitive examinations also there is an aptitude test as a part of the examination. We conduct classes on aptitude as per the company test papers.
Some organizations conduct Group Discussion round in their recruitment process. For comfort & ease during such actual G.D, practice on before hand is always important. Every month Mock G.D. is planned. Subject is usually displayed on the notice board. Latest topics, current issues, popular happenings are discussed in such Mock G.D’s.
For getting feel of actual interviews we schedule one slot every week for Mock Interviews. Interested students take prior appointment, prepare for the interview and visit T & P office for such Mock Interviews. Many successful students who are placed through campus placement have credited their success to such Mock Interviews.
Students are suggested to go for vacation training in industries during summer & winter holidays. This training helps them to get feel of industrial scenario and to enrich
their theoretical knowledge through practical experiences. T & P department helps in providing information about such vacation trainings.
Individual counseling is provided to students for employment potential in various industries / organizations including self employment, opportunity in defence services and scope of higher education within the country and abroad and apprenticeship scheme after their graduation.
Campus Placement Cracker – Detailed Curriculum
An orientation session to introduce students to the training program and briefly discuss the results of the pre-program assessment test at an aggregate level
Numbers – Part 1
Numbers – Part 2
Percentages, Averages, Ratio & Proportions, Mixtures
M/s Unisys Exclusively Visiting Atria For Campus Placement Drive 6th October 2013.
Computer Science Batch - 2013 Batch.
M/S Yodlee Solutions (Software Development)
October - 5th 2013 Batch @ Yodlee Solutions Office
M/S Huawei Technologies Visiting Atria For Campus Placement Drive 8th October, 2013
M/S Flipkart is hiring Software Development Engineer - 2013 Batch
Register @ https://www.facebook.com/flipkart.on.campus
M/S Infosys Placement Drive Day 1 -2014 Batch
10th& 11th October 2013.
M/S HP is conducting a pool Campus Drive on 21st & 22nd October 2013 for the role Customer Solution Technician at SJBIT for 2014 batch.
M/S Quinnox Consulting Services pool Campus Drive to be conducted on 25th October 2013 at SJBIT for the position of Software Trainee for 2013 batch.
M/S IBM is conducting a pool Campus Drive for the role of Associate System Engineer for the 2013 batch and date will be notified shortly.
M/S Abiba systems is conducting a pool Campus Drive on 25th October 2013 for the role Software Trainee Developer at RNSIT for 2013 batch.
M/S Syntel is conducting a pool M/S Razor Think software limited hiring 2014 batch students on 20th November 2013.
The Department of Telecommunication Engineering has signed an MOU with a Research and training centre named “WorldServe Education” who isworking on Research projects for various industries. The students are exposed to research through mini projects associated with relevant training programs from 3rd year onwards.
Also the department arranges industrial visits to Government, Public sector and private industries to make the students aware of the activities and products / projects undertaken by them in various technologies.
1. Define open loop and closed loop control system with suitable examples. List any five differences between open loop and closed loop control system.
2. Definitions of Control systems, its importance, basic components, examples of control systems, types of feedback aspects in control system.
3. What is system modelling, Equations of electric and mechanical networks?
4. Obtain the electrical analog (FV & FI analog circuits) for the Machine system shown & also write the equations.
5. Obtain the TF of the mechanical system shown in circuit.
6. Obtain C(s)/R(s) using block diagram reduction rules
7. Obtain C(s)/R(s) using block diagram reduction rules.
8. Obtain C(s)/R(s) using block diagram reduction rules
9. Obtain overall TF using Mason’s gain formula.
10. Obtain overall TF using Mason’s gain formula.
11. Construct a signal flow graph from the following equations. Obtain overall TF using Mason’s gain formula.
Where X1 is input and X5 is output.
12. Obtain the closed loop TF by using Mason’s gain formula.
10EC44 Signals and Systems
Distinguish between periodic and non-periodic signals; deterministic and random signals.
A signal x(t) = r(t+2) – r(t+1) – r(t-1) – r(t-2). Find the even and odd part.
Express x(t) in terms of g(t) if x(t) = 3 0<t,1; x(t) = 2 1<t<2; x(t) = 1 2<t<3 x(t) = 0 otherwise and g(t) = 1 0<t<2; g(t) = 0 otherwise.
A system is described by y(n) = (n+1)x(n). Test the system for (i) memory-less (ii) Causality (iii) Linearity (iv) Time Invariance and (v) Stability
Sketch (i) y(t) = r(t+1) – r(t) + r(t-2) (ii) z(t) = r(t+2) – r(t+1) – r(t-1) – r(t-2) (iii) Is the signal
(t) = Cos(20pt) + Sin(50pt) periodic? What is the period of y(t)? (iv) what is the power and energy of
the signal x(t) = A Cos(wt + ?)?
Determine the properties of the capacitive system, if the voltage across it vc(t) = 1/c t?8 i(z) dz, considering
i(t) as the input and vc(t) as output.
A discrete system is given by y(n) = x(n)x(n-1). Determine its properties.
A function x(n) is defined by x(n) = -(n+8) for -8<n<-3; 6 for n=-3; -6 for -3<n<0; n for -1<n<7 o otherwise. Sketch y(n) = 3x(n/2 + 1)
Perform the following operations on the signals: x1(t) = ½ r(t+4) -1/2 r(t) – 2u(t-3)x2(t) = -1/2 r(t+4) + 3/2 r(t) u(t) – 3/2 r(t-3) u(t-3)
Distinguish between i) Energy and Power Signals ii) Even and Odd signals
11. Explain the following properties of systems with suitable examples: i) Time Invariance ii)Stability iii) Linearity
Describe briefly how microprocessor has evolved with relevance to its capacity, bit size and applications
With reference to 8086 CPU, explain the role of the following
a. Instruction queue b. segment register c. general purpose register
Explain the architecture of 8086 MP with a neat diagram along with functions of each block and register
Explain TPA and System area of a personal computer system
Differentiate between direct program memory addressing, relative program memory addressing and indirect
program addressing mode with one or two examples
If DS=AB30H CS= 8920H SS=2B01H BP=2D45H SP=0130H SI=1234H DI=4356H then determine the physical address for the following instructions a. MOV [BP+DI+5], AH b. MOV AL,[5036H] c. MOV AX, [BX+5] d. MOV CX,[SP+2]
Explain the look ahead features of 8086 processor
How many address lines does an 8086 have? How many memory address does this number of address lines
allow 8086 to access directly? Describe the difference between the Instructions MOV AX, 2347H & MOV
Write the difference between 8086 and 8088 processors
Explain the data addressing modes with example
What is stack memory addressing mode? Explain with an example
Describe registers available in 8086 MP.Also mention the default segments and offset registers
Identify memory addressing modes in following instructions a. MOV AX,1000H b. MOV CX,[100H] c. MOV AL,[SI+05]
Explain the flag register of 8086
Explain the address, Data and control bus with diagram
Explain programming model of 8086 through Pentium -4 processor
Explain 16 bit instruction format
Explain in detail about PUSH and POP instruction
Write the meaning of following instructions a. LODS b. STOS c. MOVS d. INS 5.OUTS
Explain the following instructions a. LAHF b. SAHF c. XCHG d. XLAT e. BSWAP
What is assembler directive? Explain the following assembler directives
a. PROC b. EVEN c.ORG d. EXTRN
If AL=06 BL=07 write the output after execution of XADD instruction?
Write the BCD instructions and explain
Write ASCII instructions and explain
Write and explain instruction template for MOV instruction. Also generate opcode for following instructions. The opcode for MOV is 100010 a. MOV CL,[BX] b. MOV CS,[BX] c. MOV CX,437AH d. MOV AX,CX e. MOV [BX+1000H], DX f.MOV AX,1234H
Difference between procedure and macro
Explain REP MOVS B instruction with an example
Differencw between short jump, near jump and far jump
Difference between shift and rotate
06EC61 Digital Communication
With the neat block diagram explain the digital communication system.
Write the difference between analog and digital communication system
3. Six independent message sources of bandwidth W, W, 2W, 2W, 3W, 3W are to be transmitted on a TDM
basis using common channel. Setup a scheme for accomplishing this with each message being sampled at
its nyquist rate. Determine minimum transmission bandwidth of the channel.
The signal X(t)=2cos400pt + 6cos 640pt is ideally sampled at fs=500Hz .if the sampled signal is passed
through an ideal low pass filter with cut-off frequency of 400Hz .
i) Determine the spectrum of the sampled signal and sketch.
ii) What frequency components will appear in the filter output?
Specify the nyquist rate and the nyquist intervals for each of the following signals
i) g(t) = sinc (200t) ii) g(t) =sinc2 (200t) iii) g(t) = sinc (200t) + sinc2 (200t)
The signal X(t) = 10cos (20πt) cos (200πt) is sampled at fs=250Hz.
i) Determine the spectrum of the sampled signal and sketch.
ii) What frequency components will appear in the filter output?
A signal m1(t) is band limited to 3.6KHz and three other signals m4(t), m2(t), m3(t) are band limited to
1.2KHz these signals are to be transmitted by means of TDM. Setup a scheme for accomplishing this with
each message being sampled at its nyquist rate, determine minimum transmission bandwidth of the channel
06TE63 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION
what is diffraction? Derive an expression for knife edge diffraction gain in db
A free space LOS microwave link operating at 10 GHZ consists of a transmit and a receive antenna each having a gain of 25 db. The distance between the two antennas is 30km and the power radiated by the transmit antenna is 10w. Calculate the path loss of the link and the received power.
What are the factors that affect propagation of radio wave
Explain four phenomenon of radio wave propagation.
Explain the troposphere wave propagation with the help of its structure
Discuss troposphere scattering & how it affects satellite communication
Explain any two ionosphere abnormalities.
Derive an expression for relative dielectric constant of ionosphere in terms of N and f
An antenna located at the surface of the earth is used to receive the signals transmitted by another antenna located at a height of 80 m from the spherical surface of the earth Mean radius: 6370 km). Calculate the optical and radio horizons if dN/dh: -39/km.
10. Write a short note on
1. Maximum usable frequency 2. Critical frequency 3. Virtual height 4. Skip distance
Explain the structure ionosphere with the help of diagram
With neat sketch briefly explain how an alternating voltage is produced when a coil is