Department Of Computer Engineering

About Department:

The Department of Computer Engineering is established in the year of 2001 with an initial intake of 45 students. From 2002 intake has been increased to 60. The Computer Engineering Department is accomplished with full of energetic, well-qualified and experienced faculty who is also involved in research, professional activities inside & outside the campus. The department’s academic results have been consistently excellent in last five years. The department also motivates the student to involve in extracurricular and co-curricular activities like paper presentation, project competition, industrial visits etc. leading towards the all-round development of our students. The Department entails well-established laboratories with latest configuration. I hope the faculty and students continue with the good work and bring laurels to the department.

Department Highlights

  • Accredited consecutively in 3 cycles by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi
  • Ms. Harsha Ravindra Bhakare (B.E. Computer Engg.) is first in all Engineering branches in May 2020 result
  • Total 21 students are in university rank
  • Collaboration with TCS for curriculum development from FY BTech to Final Year BTech Computer Engineering
  • Remote Centre by IIT Bombay
  • Pune District Nodal Centre for Spoken Tutorials by IIT Bombay
  • International Certification from Microsoft, Coursera, Tedx offered to students
  • Students Internship in International Universities viz. University of Malaysia-Pahang, Malaysia, KMITL, Thailand
  • National / international, curricular / extra-curricular activities
  • MoUs with renowned industries for Internship, Sponsored projects and consultancy services
  • Special track of Industry Internship, Research, Higher studies and Entrepreneurship in final year
  • Conducive environment for Research, Patents and IPR
  • Overall development of students through Professional bodies like ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), CSI (Computer Society of India), IEEE, IEI (Institute of Engineers), and ISTE
  • Rotract Club rated as top 10 in India
  • Inclusive Development of Students through Coding Club, Research Cell, Sports Club, Arts and Crafts Club, and Entrepreneur Development Club Activities
  • Presence of Alumni across globe working with international brands viz. Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Oracle and Foreign Universities
  • Funding received from AICTE, ISTE, and SPPU

Vision-Mission & PEOs

Vision

"To create quality computer professionals through an excellent academic environment."

Mission

  • To empower students with the fundamentals of Computer Engineering for being successful professionals.
  • To motivate the students for higher studies, research, and entrepreneurship by imparting quality education.
  • To create social awareness among the students.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

  • PEO I: Graduates shall have successful professional careers and lead and manage teams.

  • PEO II: Graduates shall exhibit disciplinary skills to resolve real-life problems.

  • PEO III: Graduates shall evolve as professionals or researchers and continue to learn emerging technologies.

HOD’s Message

Dr. S. V. Kedar
Professor & HOD, Department of Computer Engineering

From The HOD Desk,

“It gives me immense pleasure to introduce you to the Department of Computer Engineering. The excellent infrastructure, teaching faculty of the best kind of the Department ensuring quality education such as interaction among students, parents and staff, along with a Training and Placement Cell ensures a bright future to its students. The Department of Computer Engineering is striving hard towards the goal of providing innovative and quality education with high standard to achieve academic excellence and provides platform for the students to achieve their career goal. The Department has a team of highly experienced and motivated faculty members who are in the process of tuning the young minds to make them globally competitive. Innovative methods of teaching and learning process are adopted to achieve learning abilities through practice, exposure and motivation. Department has an excellent infrastructural and computing facilities and provides a conducive environment to promote academic and research excellence in the department.”

Department Faculty Members


Dr. Prashant B. Kumbharkar

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)

PhD


Dr. Seema V. Kedar

B.E. (Computer)

M.Tech (Computer)

Ph.D (Ec)


Dr. Rushali A. Deshmukh

B.E. (Computer)

M.Tech. ( Computer)

Ph.D. ( Computer)


Dr. Deepak T. Mane

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)

Ph.D (CSE)


Dr. Sunil M. Sangve

B.E. (EC)

M.Tech. (CSE)

Ph.D. (CSE)


Dr. S.P. RaoBorde

B.E. (Computer)

M.Tech. (IT)

Ph.D.


Prof. Kavita P. Moholkar

B.E. (CSE)

M.Tech. (IT)

Ph.D. (Computer)


Prof. Kirti .V. Deshpande

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)


Prof. Vinodkumar H. Bhutnal

B.E. (IS&E)

M.Tech. (CSE)

Ph.D.* (CSE)


Prof. Avinash L. Golande

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)

Ph.D * (Computer)


Mrs. Amruta H. Hingmire

B.E. (EC)

M.E. (CSE)

Ph.D.* (CSE)


Prof. Dhanraj S. Jadhav

B.E. (IT)

M.Tech. (CSE)

Ph.D.* (CSE)


Prof. Shital S. Nalgirkar

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (CSE)


Prof. Prema B. Sahane

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)

Ph.D.* (Computer)


Prof. Pushpavati V. Kanaje

B.E. (CSE)

M.Tech. (CSE)


Prof. Shailaja N. Lohar

B.E. (IT)

M.E. (IT)

Ph.D.* (Computer)


Prof. Sachin M. Kolekar

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer N/W)


Prof. Madhavi M. Kapre

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)


Prof. Prachi M. Bahekar

B.E. (CS)

M.E. (Computer)


Prof. Kalyani A. Tundalwar

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)


Prof. Priyanka S. Sakpal

B.E. (IT)

M.E. (IT)

Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View
Syllabus
Syllabus Structure View
S.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
T.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
Final Year B. Tech Syllabus View
Honor Course - Data Science View
Honour Course - Machine Learning for Cyber Security View

Laboratory

Project Lab

Description:
The Project Lab offers supplemental learning services and resources. Peer and faculty tutoring, assistance with test preparation, access to computers, printers and online computer-assisted learning programs. This laboratory is a Lab as a Museum. The Project Laboratory area is 66.73 Sq. Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, Eclipse
Hardware: Laser Printer
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on test preparation, access to computers, printers and online computer-assisted learning programs.

Self-learning Lab

Description:
The Self-learning Lab is equipped with computer terminals with Internet connection, chairs, white board and good quality furniture and sensors of IoT projects. Self-Learning Laboratory area is 68 Sq. Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, OpenGL, Modelio, QT, Eclipse, Mysql
Hardware: Network Printer, Wi-Fi Projector, Raspberry PI3, MQ2 Sensor, PIR Sensor, Gas Sensor, Sound Sensor, Multi sensor pack, Finger print Sensor, Wi-fi Access Point
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on development of software and hardware projects. This laboratory is mainly used for the conduction of project related activities.

Linux Lab

Description:
The Linux Laboratory is equipped with latest configuration computer terminals with Internet connection, chairs, white board and good quality furniture. Linux lab is exclusive for the software programs. Linux Laboratory area is 66 Sq. Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, TIBCO Statistaica, Java, gcc, Python, Eclipse
Hardware: Laser Printer
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on Linux operating System and inspired to use Open Source Software’s and this laboratory is exclusive for the software programs.

PG Lab

Description:
The PG Laboratory is equipped with computer terminals with Internet connection, chairs, white board and good quality furniture. PG Laboratory area is 66.73 Sq.Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, Eclipse
Hardware: Network Printer
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on project works and dissertations. This laboratory is used for conducting the practical’s of ME students.

Multimedia Lab

Description:
Multi-computer teaching facilities dedicated to integrating creative technology with teaching and learning. We provide software, equipment and support for the production of web, software development, graphics, video animation, 3D fabrication and sound. The Multimedia Laboratory area is 66 Sq. Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, Java, gcc, Python, OpenGL, Modelio, QT
Hardware: Laser Printer, Web camera, Audio System, Projector, Online UPS
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on production of web, software development, graphics, video, animation, 3D fabrication and sound. This laboratory is basically used to focus on the multimedia techniques.

Research Lab

Description:
The Research Laboratory provides an environment for students to reinforce their understanding of the fundamental principles of IT and apply that knowledge through hands-on learning using current technology. The Research Laboratory area is 71.25 Sq.Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, Eclipse, MongoDb
Hardware: Laser Printer
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on doing the research activities like filling the patents, writing research papers

Software Lab

Description:
The Software Laboratory carries out research in the domains of software modeling, software development, software evolution and software engineering exclusive for the software programs. The Software Laboratory area is 66 Sq.Mt.

Features:
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, Eclipse
Hardware: Laser Printer, IBall Web Camera
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Hardware Lab

Description:
The Hardware Laboratory has various types of microprocessor, micro controller trainer kits along with interfacing modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of microprocessors. The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with the software and hardware of microprocessors so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the microprocessor era and principles of combinational and sequential digital logic design and optimization at a gate level. The Hardware Laboratory area is 66 Sq.Mt.

Features:
Major equipment’s of the lab are:
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility
Software’s: Fedora OS, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, Eclipse
Hardware: Laser Printer, Microprocessor Kits and Interfacing Kits, Digital Trainer Kits, Oscilloscope, Power Supply, Raspberry PI3, Begal Bone and Interfacing Kits, IC Tester, Robotic Arm

Utiliation
Students can perform the experiments based on: Microprocessor and micro controller trainer kits along with interfacing modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of microprocessors and microcontrollers.

Events And Activities

Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj Jayanti

Debate Competition

International Youth Day

Agile Ways of Working

Current Trends in Industry for Cloud Computing

Session on Developing web application with Microservices architecture

Environmental awareness

Session On “Innovation, Entrepreneur and IPR

National Mathematics Day

Voters Awareness Day

Hard Model Competition

National Level Coding Competition

Valorant

Workshop on Real time Project implementation using Deep Learning

Soft Model Competition

Workshop on UI/UX designing

Project Competition

Industrial Visit to “Science Park Pimpri chinchwad

Workshop on IOT

Twist & Turn Cube Competition

Session on AR/VR

Session on Salesforce

Veritas illuminate 2022

Inauguration – Hard Model Competition

Student’s Achievements

Student’s Achievements

Sharad Korekar

Rotract club of RSCOE

Achievement: Outstanding Leader(Institute)

Venue :Rotract club of RSCOE

Abhilash Chavan

Kalavishkar

Achievement: Best photo cover of the magazine - (Winner)

Venue :RSCOE(Online Mode)

Shrey Jain and Radhika Shinde

Debate Competition

Achievement:Participated

Venue :Online Debate Competition

Lavesh Jaykar

TECHUMEN'20 ELIPTAS

Achievement: 1st Prize

Venue :Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli, Online Mode

Best Secretary: Ms. Radhika Shinde

District Awards Rotract Club

Swacch Tech Challenge
List of University Rankers Year-wise
Sr. No Name of Students Class & Year University Rank SGPA/Percentage
1 Zende Trupti Tukaram BE 2017 7th in Computer Branch 83.13%
2 Roy Koyel Joydev Kumar TE 2018 3rd in Computer Branch 9.57
3 Sharma Indu Ashok TE 2018 3rd in Computer Branch 9.57
4 Patil Jaikrishna Manojkumar TE 2018 8th in Computer Branch 9.43
5 Kulkarni Aishwarya Udayakumar BE 2018 1st in All Branches 90%
6 Jagtap Rutuja Annasaheb BE 2018 2nd in All Branches 88.54%
7 Anushka Dhar BE 2018 2nd in Computer Branch 88.54%
8 Himani Bhole BE 2018 7th in Computer Branch 85.14%
9 Pawar Poonam Dinkar SE 2020 5th in Computer Branch 9.92
10 Takawale Sakshi Sunil SE 2020 5th in Computer Branch 9.92
11 Pande Sanjana Kamlakar SE 2020 8th in Computer Branch 9.84
12 Jadhav Sumit Sudhir SE 2020 8th in Computer Branch 9.84
13 Kunal Pandurang Deokar SE 2020 8th in Computer Branch 9.8
14 Sathe Aditya Kishore SE 2020 8th in Computer Branch 9.84
15 Nayakavadi Rutuja Dinkar SE 2020 9th in Computer Branch 9.82
16 Bhakare Harsha Ravindra TE 2020 1st in all Branches 10
17 Kshirsagar Shreya Haridas TE 2020 3rd in all Branches and 2nd in Computer 9.93
18 Jain Pracheta Jaideep TE 2020 5th in all Branches and 3rd in Computer 9.86
19 Buddharaju Mounika Tirupathi Raju TE 2020 9th in all Branches and 4th in Computer 9.78
20 Lod Sagar Vinod TE 2020 6th in Computer Branch 9.73
21 Gangane Monali Dattatray TE 2020 8th in Computer Branch 9.67

Student’s Association

Objectives of ACES:

  1. To advance the education and social development of its members and students of the college as a whole.
  2. To represent the interests of its members and act as a channel of communication in dealing with the college and society.
  3. To promote and protect the welfare of its members and students.
  4. To promote, encourage and co-ordinate student clubs, societies, sports and social activities.

Outcomes of ACES:

  1. Exposure to recent trends in IT.
  2. Healthy interaction with Alumni.
  3. Exposure to coverage of content beyond syllabus.
  4. Improvement in technical, aptitude, presentation, leadership, management skills of students.
  5. Helps in Placement Activity.

Department Student Club

Departmental Student Clubs
Sr. No Name of Club Name of Faculty Coordinator Name of Student Coordinator
01 Social Activity Cell P. V. Kanaje Vikram Khade
02 Coding Club A H. Hingmire Sarthak Borkar, Kunal Agrawal
03 Entrepreneurship Development Cell P. V. Kanaje Sakshi Khatki
04 Research Cell R. A. Deshmukh Ajinkya Parkhi
05 Gate Guru Club V. H. Bhutnal Shashank Borage
06 Sports Cell V. H. Bhutnal Ashish Jeshwani
07 Soft SkillA. H. Hingmire Akansha Lugade
08 Art & Craft Club P. V. Kanaje Preksha Thakkar
09 Rotaract Club A. L. Golande Roshni Gaikwad

Club Photos

Awareness Program on Entrepreneurship
Be Your Own Boss - Be A Entrepreneurship
Smart City Model & Hip Hoppers Achievement
Technical Session
Industrial Visit
Session On "Patent Filing"
State Level Project Competition "Avishkar"
Robotics Workshop
Session on "Patent Filing"
Short Listed for final round of "Transform Maharashtra"

Theme :- Jai Kisan : Draught Free Maharashtra

Cancer Awareness Camp
Blood Donation & Health Checkup Camp
Short Listed for final round of Smart India Hackaton

Theme :- Upkeeping of Railway Station

Sankalp Computer Literacy Club
Sports Cell

MOU's

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

A graduate of the Computer Engineering Program will demonstrate:

PSO1: Domain Specialization: Apply domain knowledge to develop computer-based solutions for Engineering Applications.

PSO2: Problem-Solving Skills: Find solutions for complex problems by applying problem solving skills and standard practicesand strategies in software project development

PSO3: Professional Career and Entrepreneurship: Incorporate professional, social, ethical, effective communication, and entrepreneurial practices into their holistic development.

Professional Bodies

ACM : Association for Computing Machinery

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Prof. S. N. Lohar
ACM Student Chapter is the international Association for Computing Machinery's student society which provides opportunities to students for networking, learn together and share their knowledge. Its main focus is on building and developing members' passion for computer science. ACM’s Student chapters worldwide serve as hubs of activity for ACM members and the computing community at large.

IEEE : IEEE Student Branch

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Prof. S. N. Lohar
Student Branches provide an opportunity for IEEE Student members to begin networking in their areas of interest and future profession. There are over 2,000 Student Branches in over 100 countries, globally. IEEE Student Branch has access to funding that helps the group organize events and help individuals to have access to scholarships and awards.

CSI : Computer Society of India (Institutional Membership)

Name of Faculty Coordinator: Prof. Sachin Kolekar
Student Branches provide an opportunity for IEEE Student members to begin networking in their areas of interest and future profession. There are over 2,000 Student Branches in over 100 countries, globally. IEEE Student Branch has access to funding that helps the group organize events and help individuals to have access to scholarships and awards.

ISTE : Indian Society for Technical Education ((Institutional Membership)

Name of Faculty Coordinator:Prof. Sachin Kolekar
The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. Major Benefits of becoming an ISTE Member is that they are joining an academic fraternity of over 1,24,000 strong professionals and eligible to participate in Chapter, Section and National Level Conferences, Workshops and other activities of their academic interest etc.

IEI : Institute of Engineers, India

Name of Faculty Coordinator:Prof. Sachin Kolekar
The Institution of Engineers (India) is the national organization of engineers in India. The Institution of Engineers (India) has more than one million members in 15 engineering disciplines in 125 centers or chapters in India and overseas; it is the world's largest multi-disciplinary engineering professional society in engineering and technology world. The Institution of Engineers (India) was established in 1920 in Kolkata, West Bengal and is acclaimed to have pioneered non-formal education in engineering. Benefits of being a member of the students’ chapter:

  • Members can take part in Various technical events like seminars, workshops and model/ poster competitions, industrial visits, group discussions, technical quiz competitions which are organized by IEI chapter.
  • Opportunity to participate in technical events e.g., Seminars, Symposia, Conventions, Workshops etc. organized by various IEI centres at State, National and International levels at a concessional rate of 20%.
  • Student groups with membership only will be given preference in release of grants for their final year project.

Innovative Practices by faculty in Teaching & Learning

Individual Faculty Website

Sr. No Name of Faculty Website Link
1 Dr. Kedar Seema Vijaykumar (HOD) https://sites.google.com/view/seemakedar
2 Dr. Kumbharkar Prashant Babarao https://sites.google.com/view/dr-p-b-kumbharkar
3 Dr. Deshmukh Rushali Anandrao https://sites.google.com/view/rushalideshmukh
4 Dr. Mane Deepak Tatyasaheb https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/deepaktmane
5 Prof. Moholkar Kavita Pankaj https://sites.google.com/view/kavitamoholkar
6 Prof. Deshpande Kirti Vasantrao https://sites.google.com/view/kirtivasantraodeshpande
7 Prof. Bhutnal VinodKumar Hemanth https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/vhb
8 Prof. Golande Avinash Lalasaheb https://sites.google.com/view/avinash-golande
9 Prof. Hingmire Amruta Harish https://sites.google.com/view/amruthh
10 Prof. Jadhav Dhanaraj Somaling https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/dsjadhav
11 Prof. Nalgirkar Shital Shripad https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/shital-nalgirkar/home
12 Prof. Gadipatil (Kanaje) Pushpavati Vilas https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/pushpavatikanaje/home
13 Prof. Sahane Prema Bhushan https://sites.google.com/view/premasahane
14 Prof. Lohar Shailaja Nitin https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/snlohar
15 Prof. Madhavi Milind Kapre https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/mkapre
16 Prof. Sachin M Kolekar https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/sachinkolekar
17 Prof. Prachi M. Bahekar https://sites.google.com/pmbahekar
18 Prof. Kalyani A. Tundalwar https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/katundalwar
19 Prof. Priyanka S. Sakpal https://sites.google.com/jspmrscoe.edu.in/pssakpal

Padagogical Practices

Sr. No Name of faculty Innovation Link
1 Dr. P. B. Kumbharkar Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/enrol/index.php?id=2591
2 Dr. S. V. Kedar Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2003¬ifyeditingon=1
3 Dr. R. A. Deshmukh Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=1996
4 Dr. R. A. Deshmukh YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzPiG6hhLk2FEf-7ruGSoaA/videos
5 Dr. R. A. Deshmukh Github https://github.com/DeshmukhRushali/
6 Dr. R. A. Deshmukh Use of ICT tools Colab, JFlap, Cocalc online tools
7 Dr. D. T. Mane Use of ICT tools Google classroom, colab, Zoom, google meet
8 Dr. D. T. Mane Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2073
9 Dr. D. T. Mane Research Publications https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=eic1HOYAAAAJ
10 Dr. Sunil Sangve Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2072
12 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/
13 Prof. K. P. Moholkar YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJvNEI98ghzrMKeWq0RQ5wA
14 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Github https://github.com/kavita-moholkar/Computational-Statistics-LAb
15 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Use of ICT tools Colab, Kahoot, Quizlet
16 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Simulation Tools https://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/mathematics/statistics/descriptive-statistics
17 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Simulation Tools https://demonstrations.wolfram.com/DescriptionsOfUnivariateData/
18 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Assessment tool https://103.68.11.166/sims/index.php
19 Prof. K. P. Moholkar Assessment tool Contineous assessment app.
20 Dr. Sunil Sangve Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2072
21 Prof.K. V. Deshpande Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2003¬ifyeditingon=1
22 Prof.K. V. Deshpande YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4wvlww1S746alByg7lqfJA
23 Prof.K. V. Deshpande AWS Console Mangament tool https://ap-south-1.console.aws.amazon.com/ec2/v2/home?region=ap-south-1#Instances:instanceState=running
24 Prof. A. L. Golande Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2301
25 Prof. A. L. Golande YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy9z9J0fBbrPkdJLfbPvlCQ
26 Prof. A. L. Golande GitHub https://github.com/algolande
27 Prof. P. B. Sahane Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/index.php?categoryid=819
28 Prof. P. B. Sahane GitHub https://github.com/users/PremaSahane
29 Prof. D. S. Jadhav Learning Material Course: Mobile Computing (jspmrscoe.edu.in)
30 Prof. D. S. Jadhav Research Publications https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=kGS5fWwAAAAJ&hl=en
31 Prof. D. S. Jadhav YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrZJczx07n--C9YLaMCRBjQ
32 Prof. V. H. Bhutnal Learning Material Course: Computer Organization & Architecture_SY_DivB (jspmrscoe.edu.in)
33 Prof. V. H. Bhutnal Research Publications https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=_I5yBEEAAAAJ&hl=en
34 Prof. S. N. Lohar Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2074
35 Prof.P. V. Kanaje Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/my/
36 Prof.P. V. Kanaje Use of ICT Tools https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/my/
37 Prof. S. M. Kolekar Learning Material https://lms.jspmrscoe.edu.in/course/view.php?id=2078
38 Prof. S. M. Kolekar NPTEL Video links https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YD8dhOmuVnY
39 Prof. S. M. Kolekar NPTEL Video links https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5k-_RLIpuA&list=PLFW6lRTa1g813IyYHLRP_bWJEKQDeEcSP
40 Prof. S. M. Kolekar Virtual Lab http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/vlabs-dev/labs/dblab/labs/index.php

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