Prof. (Dr.) Tirthankar Datta                           CERTIFICATE FROM EX-EMPLOYER

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Tirthankar Datta received his Ph.D.(Engg.) Degree in  Microelectronics & Nano Technology under the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering of Jadavpur University. Prior to that, he received M. Tech.  Degree in Radio Physics & Electronics from the Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta & B.E. Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Nagpur.

He has a vast experience (14 years +) in administration, people management, publicity & promotion, event management, budgeting of any event, crisis management, education system, final placement of fresh candidate, summer placement & project, building & maintaining relationships with senior corporate, media management and handling of projects ranging from live to R&D.

He was considered as the senior level employee in his education sector . He joined as a faculty member in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Institute of Engineering & Management, Salt Lake in February 1996 (from 1996 to September 2008). In 2001 he was promoted to Assistant Professor. Then he joined as HOD in the Department of M.Sc. (Information Sc.) and Coordinator of BCA Course of Institute of Engineering & Management at Ashram Building, IEM, Salt Lake.He was considered as the most effective member of the crisis management group of his organization. He worked as Associate Professor at Hooghly Engineering & Technology College for the tenure of January 2009 to April 2010. Presently he is working as the Vice- Principal and Professor of the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering at
MCKV Institute of Engineering.

He  published a book named "Basic Electronics Engineering" for the first year engineering students under the banner of McGraw Hill Companies. This book is written based on the syllabus of West Bengal University of Technology.

http://dattatirtha.googlepages.com/books

He developed several short term courses exploring industry-institute interaction for the needs of the Engineers . He used to conduct many Management Development Programmes. He has published several technical research papers in peer – reviewed journals (International & National) & conferences (International & National) . Quite a few students did their final year projects successfully under his guidance. He started IEM PLC TRAINING CENTRE and IEM RFID RESEARCH CELL under World Bank Funded Project TEQIP [Technical Equipment Quality Improvement Programme] as continuing education programmes.

Several clubs [viz. Quiz Club, Debate Club, Music Club, and Project Club] & cells [viz. IEM E Cell] were running successfully under his leadership. He was holding the position of Chairman of IEM STUDENTS’ GYMKHANA and the Patron of IEM ALUMNI SOCIETY from 1996 to 2008 & 2000 to 2008 respectively. He joined as Coordinator of the Placement Cell & Corporate Relation Division of the institute in 2001 where he worked as the Chief Coordinator from 2003 to 2008. He was holding the position of Convener of IEM Press & Media Division from 2002 to 2008. 

He was the Coordinator of the International conference on International Business through Internet (IBTI’99). He was the Chief Convener of two international Festivals [IeMPACT’04 & IeMPACT’06]. As Principal Initiator he has successfully led at least 120 events in the institute including seminars, entrepreneurial talks, cultural & divine events, intra & inter collegiate competitions. Two R&D projects are running under his guidance. He has visited several countries like United Kingdom, Thailand and Singapore for Technical reasons like collaborative talk , visiting sophisticated laboratories or other academic issues. His recent research focus was in the areas of simulations of nano-device models and their applications in VLSI circuits. 

 
 


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