Department Of Computer Science And Bussiness Systems

Department Highlights

  • The curriculum is designed by faculty members closely working with eminent professionals from TCS and Academia.
  • Collaboration with TCS for curriculum development.
  • Industrial Training & live projects supported by TCS.
  • Curriculum encompassing Contemporary Technology and Technology Abstraction.
  • Knowledge of Common Business Principles.
  • Business Discipline and Service Orientation.
  • Innovation Ability.
  • Strong in Ethics and Life Values.
  • Dedicated faculty members trained by TCS to deliver the program.
  • High standard of teaching, learning and evaluation processes monitored by TCS.
  • Active mentoring by Experts from TCS.
  • Research activities & industry sponsored project for students and faculty members.
  • International Internships and student Exchange Program.
  • Department follows outcome-based teaching and learning process with emphasis on project-based learning.
  • Honor and Minor Courses offered.
  • International Certification offered (Microsoft, Coursera, Tedx).
  • Internship from International Universities.
  • Classrooms and Seminar Halls equipped with multimedia facility.
  • State of art laboratories and effective use of ICT in teaching and learning.
  • Strong Mentoring, Counseling and Guidance System for Students.
  • Professional Bodies – ACM, CSI, IEEE, IEI & ISTE.
  • Special track of Industry Internship, Research, Higher Studies and Entrepreneurship.
  • Inclusive Development of Students through student clubs.

About Department

The department provides a B.Tech program in "Computer Science and Business Systems" to meet the growing demand for young engineering talent with technological abilities and management skills to inculcate worldwide competence. This course is based on TCS guidelines, and aims to provide students with industry-ready understanding of cutting-edge technology and business skills via hands-on experience, therefore improving their employability. The goals of this course are to help students understand current technology, technical abstraction, and basic business ideas, as well as to develop their Innovation Ability, Ethics, and Life Values. Innovative teaching and learning techniques are adopted to develop learning capacity through motivation, application, and practice.

The students are exposed to learn the recent trends such as Computational Statistics, Software Development Models, Design Thinking, Cognitive Science & Analytics, Machine Learning, Financial Management, Services Science & Service Operational Management, Marketing Research, and Marketing Management. The faculty members trained by TCS to deliver the program. The course maintains high standard of teaching, learning and evaluation processes monitored by TCS. Active mentoring by Experts from TCS is a regular feature. Students are encouraged to participate in extra and co-curricular activities. Technical seminars, workshops and project competitions are conducted regularly for students to make them competent.

Vision-Mission & PEOs

Vision

“To develop competent professionals through quality education for the benefit of society.”

Mission

  • To empower students with fundamentals of Computer Engineering and Management skills to be successful professionals.
  • To impart quality education, enabling the students for higher studies, research and entrepreneurship.
  • To strive for betterment of society through professional ethics and life skills.

Programme Educational Objectives

  • PEO1: To Exhibit core competencies and technical skills to solve, analyze, evaluate, design and develop engineering solutions to cater the needs of the industries.

  • PEO2: To enrich knowledge of Common Business Principles and soft skills necessary for understanding contemporary technology.

  • PEO3: To develop professional knowledge via research and inculcate a sense of ethics and social commitment through long-term learning.

HOD’s Message

Prof. K. P. Moholkar
Incharge HoD, Department of Computer Science and Business Systems

From The HOD Desk,

“It brings me great honour to welcome you to the Department of Computer Science and Business Systems. Given the high demand for Computer Science professionals from the industry, the College has launched a new four undergraduate industry relevant Computer Science and Business Systems(CSBS) program powered by Tata Consultancy Services to address the growing need of engineering talent with skills in Digital Technology. This curriculum aims to ensure that the students graduating from the program not only know the core topics of Computer Science but also develop an equal appreciation of Humanities, Management Sciences, and Human Values. The students are also exposed to emerging topics such as Analytics, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, the Internet of Things, etc., to make them industry ready at the end of four years of study. The students are also exposed to pursue Higher Studies in Reputed Universities Abroad and India with varied specializations and to become a successful Entrepreneur in the IT domain with Innovative Business Skills acquired through the competent curriculum designed by TCS.

Department Faculty Members


Prof. Aditi A. Gatphane

B.E. (CS)

M.E. (CSE)


Prof. Hemlata S. Gaikwad

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)


Prof. Vidyashree M. Kokane

B.E. (Computer)

M.E. (Computer)


Prem Chandra Choudhary

B.Sc

MMM,MBA

Ph.D.(Pursuing)

Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View

Laboratory

Data Science Lab

Description:
The Data Science 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:
Computers : 25
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, 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.

Area of Practical:
1. Computational Statistics.     2. Machine Learning.   3.Data Science.

Network Lab

Description:
The Network 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:
Computers :25
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.

Area of Practical:
1. Computer Network.     2. Information Security.

Apple Lab

Description:
The Apple 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:
Computers: 30
Softwares: iMAC OS, Java, Swift, 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.

Area of Practical:
1. Computer Network.     2. Information Security.

Events And Activities

Rajarshi Shahu Maharaj Jayanti

28th June 2021

Debate Competition

11-07-2021

International Youth Day

12-08-2021

Agile Ways of Working

20-08-2021

Current Trends in Industry for Cloud Computing

14-09-2021

Session on Developing web application with Microservices architecture

17-09-2021

Environmental awareness

12-12-2021

Session On “Innovation, Entrepreneur and IPR

18-12-2021

National Mathematics Day

22-12-2021

Voters Awareness Day

25-01-2022

Hard Model Competition

08-03-2022

National Level Coding Competition

11/03/2022 - 12/03/2022

Valorant

13-03-2022

Workshop on Real time Project implementation using Deep Learning

14/03/2022 - 15/03/2022

Soft Model Competition

27-03-2022

Workshop on UI/UX designing

19/03/2022 - 20/03/2022

Project Competition

26-03-2022

Industrial Visit to “Science Park Pimpri chinchwad

13-04-2022

Workshop on IOT

14/05/22

Twist & Turn Cube Competition

18/04/22

Session on AR/VR

22/04/22

Session on Salesforce

22/04/22

Student’s Association

Student’s Achievement

Student’s Achievements

Shrey Jain and Radhika Shinde

Debate Competition

Achievement:Participated

Venue :Online Debate Competition

16/12/2020

Lavesh Jaykar

TECHUMEN'20 ELIPTAS

Achievement: 1st Prize

Venue :Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli, Online Mode

6/12/2020

Academic Achievement’s

2021 - 2020
Sr No. Name of Student Achievements
1 Preksha Thakkar National Engineering Organization foundation Campus Ambassador Internship
2 Nayan Vijay Nand Absolute Hackathon by TechUPy and Code Run by Computer society of MIT, Chennai
3 Saurav Vitthal Garje LÓreal Sustainability Challenge
4 Vinay Nandkishor Gomashe Ardra Astronautics and Contenium Space System USA
5 Yash Mahendrakumar Wani Ardra Astronautics and Contenium Space System USA

Student’s Achievements

More Vaibhav Bhaskar

App development using JavaScript

Achievement:Participated

09/10/2021

Preksha Thakkar

National Engineering Organization foundation Campus Ambassador Internship

Achievement: Participated

11/07/2021

Rituraj Navindgikar

E Cell RSCOE Research Department

Achievement: Participated

03/10/2021

Nayan Vijay Nand

Absolute Hackathon by TechUPy and Code Run by Computer society of MIT, Chennai

Achievement: Participated

20/11/2021

Academic Achievement’s

2020-21
Sr No. Name of Student Achievements
1 Kunal Agarwal Code Vista
2 Sarthak Borkar Code Vista
3 Nehete Lubdha Codigo
4 Sachin Thakka Codigo
5
  1. Karina Maiyani
  2. Divya Patil
  3. Madhavi Sawant
  4. Mehul Patel
  5. Siddesh Pawar
  6. Disha Joshi
  7. Shreya Chavan
  8. Kapil Choudhari
  9. Ram Kure
  10. Ashwini Bansode
  11. Rohan Shinde
Project Competetion Logica 21
6 Prathmesh Deore Chess
7 Sharad Korekar Rotract club of RSCOE
8 Abhilash Chavan Kalavishkar
9 Lavesh Jaykar TECHUMEN'20 ELIPTAS
10 Shrey Jain Debate Competition
11 Radhika Shinde Debate Competition
12 Neha Deshmukh
  1. Verve_VIT Group Dance Competition
  2. Firande Group Dance Competitions
  3. E-Zenith Group Dance Competition
  4. Fundamentals FDM Group Dance Competitions
  5. Euphoria Step Up Group Dance Competitions
  6. V-Twist Group Dance Competition
  7. Abhyudaya Mystacy Group Dance Competition
  8. Symphony Group Dance Competitions
13 Anugrah Kulkarni
  1. Symphony Group Dance Competitions
  2. Verve_VIT Group Dance Competition
  3. Firande Group Dance Competitions
  4. E-Zenith Group Dance Competition
  5. Fundamentals FDM Group Dance Competitions
  6. Euphoria Step Up Group Dance Competitions
  7. Abhyudaya Mystacy Group Dance Competition
  8. Symphony Group Dance Competitions
14 Kunal Agarwal Online Movie Making Competition 2021 Theme: COVID- 19 Pandemic

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, 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 t h e 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.

Programme Specific Outcomes of the Department

  • PSO1: Apply principles and domain knowledge of Computer Engineering and problem-solving skills to solve complex real time problems.

  • PSO2: Demonstrate critical-thinking and soft skill abilities to demonstrate awareness of management concepts.

  • PSO3: To recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.

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.

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