Department of Engineering Sciences and Humanities

About Department

The Department of Engineering Sciences and Humanities was established in the year 2000-2001. The objective of the department is to provide quality education to First year engineering students. Sanctioned intake of students is 840 with 08 branches Mechanical, Electronics & Telecommunication, Civil, Computer, Information Technology, Electrical Engineering, CSBS (Computer Science - Business Systems) and AR (Automation – Robotics). Department is well known for its academic excellence and all round growth of its students. Department believes academic courses needs to be complimented with practical exposure and hence carries out multiple activities throughout the year for the same. Academic courses, trainings and results are closely monitored at each level by HOD (Head of Department), DAC (Departmental Academic Coordinator), and GFM (Guardian Faculty Member). This department consists of qualified, experienced, and dedicated faculty members. Student association of First Year Department is called as ‘FESA’ which provides platform for various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Department Highlights

  • Student focused teaching-learning methodology.
  • Specially designed one week ‘Induction training program’ for new students to get acquainted with engineering curriculum, and the institution.
  • Industry focused academic courses and trainings to develop skills and mentality.
  • Qualified and experienced faculty members to help students in reaching their potential.
  • Well-equipped laboratories and classrooms to support all round development of students.
  • Use of modern techniques such as Problem Based Learning pedagogy (PBL) to solve real-world problems.
  • Inclusion of Foreign languages (German, Japanese, French) to ensure student get exposure to various cultures.
  • FESA (First Year Student Association) for conducing co-curricular and extracurricular activities and industrial visit.

Vision-Mission & PEOs

Vision

“ To satisfy the aspirations of youth force who want to lead the nation towards prosperity through techno economic development. ”

Mission

To provide, nurture and maintain an environment of high academic excellence, research and entrepreneurship for all aspiring students which will prepare them to face global challenges maintaining high ethical and moral standards

HOD’s Desk

Dr.S.M.Yadav
Head, Department of Engineering Science

From The HOD Desk,

"It gives me immense pleasure to introduce you to the Department of Engineering Sciences and Humanities. The department was established in the year of 2001 with an initial intake of 300 students. From 2021 intake has been increased to 840. The Department of Engineering Sciences and Humanities 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 Faculty Members


Prof. A. S. Devasthali

B.Sc (Physics)

M. Sc. (Solid State Physics), M.Ed.

Ph.D.* (Super Capacitor)


Dr. Mujumdar Nitin Sudhakar

BSc.(Mathematics)

M. Sc.(Mathematics) ,M.Phil.(Mathematics)

Ph. D-(Mathematics)


Dr. (Mrs) Yadav Sunita M.

BSc.(Chemistry)

M. Sc. (Organic Chemistry)

Ph. D-(Polymer Chemistry)


Dr. Sunil G. Kandalkar

B. Sc. (Physics)

M.Sc. (Physics)

Ph.D. (Physics) Post-doc (South Korea)


Dr. (Mrs) Tomar Preeti Anil

Bsc(Chemistry)

M. Sc.(Physical Chemistry)

Ph. D-(Physical Chemistry)


Dr. Bhagyashri Deshpande

BSC ( Science)

M.C.A.(Computer application)

Ph.D.(CS)


Dr. Gangadhara Aryani B.

B.Ed.(Mathematics)

M. Sc. (Mathematics)

Ph.D.(Mathematics) , SET(Qualified)


Dr. Ritu Kumrawat

B.Sc. – Chemistry

M.Sc., M.Phil (Chemistry)

Ph.D.(Chemistry)


Dr. Manasi P.Deore

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(Power Electronics and Power System)

Ph.D.Electrical


Dr. Jaya Y. Nehete

B.Sc. (Mathematics)

M.Sc. (Mathematics)

Ph.D. (Mathematics)


Prof. Gadekar Balasaheb B.

BSc. (Mathematics)

M.Sc.(Mathematics)

Ph.D. Pursuing, NSS Program Officer


Prof. Ghotkar Mahesh Vishwambhar.

Bsc. (Mathematics)

M.Sc(Mathematics)

Phd . Pursuing


Prof. Badadhe Sunita Milind

BSc.(Mathmatics)

M.Sc. ,M.Phil.(Mathmatics)

Phd . Pursuing


Prof. Bhagwat Rohit Deepak

Bsc. (Mathematics)

M.Sc., NET, M.Phil.(Mathematics)

Ph.D.( Pursuing)


Prof. Ashwini S.Baviskar

BE(Electrical)

M.E.(Electrical)


Prof. Patil Amol Vijay

B.Ed (Physics)

M.Sc (Physics)

Ph.D (pursing)


Prof. Jahagirdar Anagha A.

BSc.(Chemistry)

Msc.(Chemistry)


Prof. Talekar Rajesh Govind

M.Sc.(SET Qualified)

Phd . Pursuing


Prof. Deepak Shyamkumar Dixit

B.Sc.Physics

M.Sc.( Physics )

Ph.D.(Pursuing)


Prof. Khairnar Rupali S.

B.Ed. (Mathematics)

M.Sc(Mathematics)


Prof. Bhalekar Yogita S.

Bsc. (Mathematics)

M.Sc.(Mathematics)


Prof. Snehal Shashikant Pachegaonkar

BE(MECH)

M.E.(Heat Power)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)


Prof. Bharati H. Gavhane

BE(CIVIL)

M.Tech.(Structures)

Persuing Ph.D. (Transportation Engineering)


Prof. Kushal Lodha

BE (Electrical)

ME-Power System

PhD-* Pursuing


Prof. Santhi Anna Tom

B Tech (Civil)

M.E (Construction Management)


Prof. Labade Sachin C.

BSc.(Physics)

M.Sc. (Physics)


Prof. Vishal Vinayak Vashikar

BE(Electrical Engineering)

M.Tech.(Power Systems)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)


Prof. Khairnar Bhavna K.

Bsc. (Mathematics)

M.Sc.(Mathematics)


Prof. Vaishnavi V. Chitragar

B.E(Computer science & Engineering)

M.E (Computer Engineering)


Prof. Prerna Jain

B.Sc(CS)

M.Sc (Applied Maths) M.Phil


Prof. Pawan Arun Gawade

BE(Electronics)

M.E.(Embedded & VLSI)


Prof. Vasanti V. Vedpathak

BE(ELC)

M.E.(E&TC)


Prof. SHRIYA A JADHAV

BE(IT)

M.Tech.(CSE)

Ph.D.(CSE)*


Prof. Amol Dhole

Bsc Mathmatics

MSc.Mathmatics (SET Qualified)


Jagtap Aparna Prakash

BE(CE)

M.E.(Structural engg.)


Prof. P. A. Chavan

BSc.(Chemistry)

Msc.(Chemistry)


Prof. Kiran Bhagwan Kawale

BE(Mechanical)

M.Tech (Thermal Science and Engineering)


Prof. Pranjali S. Bahalkar

BE .(Computer Engineering)

M.Tech.(Computer Engineering)


Prof. Shweta Dheeraj Gunjal

BE Mechanical

ME Heat power


Prof. Gauri Dongare

BA ( English) B.Ed

M.A ( English) M.A( Clinical Psychology)


Prof . Amar M Gajbhiye

BE(Mechanical)

MTech (Production)


Prof . Aniruddha Dhananjay Dharmadhikari

BE(Mechanical)

M.Tech (Automotive)


Prof. N. N. Shimbre

B.E.Computer

ME (IT)


Prof. Sneha Amitkumar Mane

BE(CSE)

M.Tech.(CSE)


Prof. Onkar Gajanan Kulkarni

BE(Mech)

M TECH


Prof. Prashant Shinde

BE(Computer Science and Engineering)

M. Tech(Computer Engineering)

SET Qualified


Prof. Shital P. Takey

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(PEPS)

Engineering Sciences and Humanities Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View

Engineering Sciences and Humanities Syllabus

Engineering Sciences and Humanities Syllabus Structure
Engineering Sciences and Humanities Syllabus View

Laboratory

Basic Electronics Engineering Lab

Description:
This is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. Its overall needs are versatility and generality, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. This is the main lab where basic experiments like device characteristics and basic analog circuits are held. This lab is general enough to hold a number of experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department. All basic electronic devices and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these devices the small electronic circuits can be constructed and checked. In order to introduce the students with basic components of electronics this lab is furnished with advanced CROs, function generators and digital multimeters. Students can perform practical on P-N junction diode, Zener Diode, rectifiers and filters, transistor biasing and their characteristics in different modes, RC coupled amplifiers and FETs.

Lab Area :
66 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr.P.Gawade

Basic Mechanical Robotics Engineering Lab

Description:
Basic Mechanical Robotics Engineering labs are one of the well-equipped labs in engineering sciences department available to F. Y. engineering students. The labs are aptly prepared to impart education in Basic Mechanical Engineering in a neatly designed, spacious and well-ventilated laboratory with a capacity to accommodate 20 students.It provides students with a practical approach towards the various techniques used in engineering application. These labs include all the prototype models related to curriculum of Basic Mechanical Engineering subject in semester 2 for F. Y. engineering students. There are vast variety of charts and banners among which some are designed by students themselves for better understanding of subject. The lab includes actual models of bearings, gears, pulleys, mechanical keys, engine assembly and mechanisms which are part of the syllabus. Also students will be introduced to various industrial machines like lathe machine, drilling machine, grinding machine, shaping machine and some advanced tools like CNC machine.

Lab Area:
66 and 99.72 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Prof.Omkar Kulkarni

Engineering Chemistry lab

Description:
The Engineering Chemistry Lab has a wide range of equipment. The lab is aptly prepared to impart education in Chemistry in a neatly designed, spacious and well-ventilated laboratory with a capacity to accommodate 20 students. It provides students with a practical approach towards the various techniques used in engineering application. Practical awareness is inculcated and students are trained both quantitatively and qualitatively during the lab sessions so that their understanding and problem solving abilities can be enhanced.

Lab Area:
66 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. P.A.Chavan

Engineering Physics Lab

Description:
The Engineering Physics Lab has a wide range of equipment. The lab is aptly prepared to impart education in Physics in a neatly designed, spacious and well-ventilated laboratory with a capacity to accommodate 20 students. It provides students with a practical approach towards the various techniques used in engineering application. Practical awareness is inculcated and students are trained both quantitatively and qualitatively during the lab sessions so that their understanding and problem solving abilities can be enhanced.

Lab Area:
66 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr.A.V.Patil

Programing Language Lab - I

Description:
This is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. Its overall needs are for performing programing basics, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. In this lab students perform practical about c, c++ programings. In this lab students make different small computer projects and try to explore there interest in programing and development. Latest computer configrations are available with printers in lab so that students will get benefited. New technologies are studied in this lab imterested students after college hours.

Lab Area:
67 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. V. Chitragar

Programming Lab - II

Description:
Programming Lab - II this is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. Its overall needs are for performing programing basics, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. In this lab students perform practical about c, c++ programings. In this lab students make different small computer projects and try to explore there interest in programing and development. Latest computer configrations are available with printers in lab so that students will get benefited. New technologies are studied in this lab imterested students after college hours.

Lab Area:
67 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mrs. Shriya Jadahv

Programming Lab - III

Description:
Programming Lab - III this is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. Its overall needs are for performing programing basics, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. In this lab students perform practical about c, c++ programings. In this lab students make different small computer projects and try to explore there interest in programing and development. Latest computer configrations are available with printers in lab so that students will get benefited. New technologies are studied in this lab imterested students after college hours.

Lab Area:
67 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr. P. Shinde

Basic Civil Engineering Lab

Description:

The Basic Civil Engineering Lab deals with study of basic field works that has important application in the field of Civil Engineering. It includes understand of drawings, taking field measurements etc. The lab is aptly prepared to impart education in Civil Engineering in a neatly designed, spacious and well-ventilated laboratory with a capacity to accommodate 20 students. It provides students with a practical approach towards the various techniques used in engineering application. Practical awareness is inculcated and students are trained both quantitatively and qualitatively during the lab sessions so that their understanding and problem solving abilities can be enhanced.

Lab Area:
68 sq.m

Lab Incharge:

EDD Lab

Description:

The primary objective of this lab is to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills by exploring and proposing solutions to current engineering and non-engineering problems in real world. This lab includes major equipments like CO2 Laser cutting machine, 3D Printer, Flexo Robotic Hand, Mechanical & Electrical tools and equipment's, Arduino and Electronics components etc. Through working on a team project and reviewing other team projects, students also develop professional skills such as communication (written and oral) and project management. The lab is primarily for First year students with an objective of engaging them into the broad spectra of challenges and contemporary issues in real world.

Lab Area:
150 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr. V. V. Vashikar

Engineering Mechanics Lab

Description:

This is our Fundamental Lab. As a bridge between theory and application, engineering mechanics Lab is used to develop experimental and computational knowledge. This is the lab where basic experiments like coefficient of restitution, centroid of sections are held. This lab is general enough to hold a number of experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department. All instruments and their characteristics, applications can be studied. Using these instruments they understand actual implementation of theory. In order to introduce the students with importance and application of theory concepts the lab is been designed with lamis theorem equipment, friction verification, centroid calculation set up etc.

Lab Area:
150 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Mr. V. V. Vashikar

Basic Electrical Engineering Lab

Description:

The Basic Electrical Engineering laboratory is one of the most important lab of the department as it helps the students of all engineering disciplines to perform the experiments based on basic concepts of electrical engineering. It is well-equipped with several experimental setups packages for real time experiments.

In this lab, the students of all engineering streams are trained on basic concepts of electrical engineering, such as RTC effect, electricity bill calculations, voltage, current and power measurement, transformer efficiency estimation, verification of basic laws and theorems, use of DPS, etc. This lab has maximum utilization, handling approximately four hundred fifty students per semester.

Features:

  • Single-phase Transformer
  • Resistive and inductive load,
  • Single-phase Auto transformer,
  • Wattmeter, Ammeter, Voltmeter with various rating,
  • Single-phase Induction motor,
  • DC and AC supply system with various rating,
  • RLC kit,
  • Analog and digital energy meter testing panel,
  • Domestic load electricity bill calculation,

Lab Area:
66 sq.m

Lab Incharge:
Dr. M. P. Deore

Engineering Drawing And Computer Aided Graphics

Description:

Computer Aided Drafting is a process of preparing a drawing of an object on the screen of a computer. There are various types of drawings in different fields of engineering and sciences. In the fields of mechanical or automobile engineering, the drawings of machine components and the layouts of them are prepared. In the field of civil engineering, plans and layouts of the buildings are prepared. In the field of electrical engineering, the layouts of power distribution system are prepared. In all fields of engineering use of computer is made for drawing and drafting.

The use of CAD process provides enhanced graphics capabilities which allows any designer to :-

  • Conceptualize his ideas.
  • Modify the design very easily.
  • Perform animation.
  • Make design.
  • Use colors, fonts and other aesthetic features.

Lab Incharge:
Mr. Amar Gajbhiv

Events And Activities

Industry Visit

Rubber Craft Industries

Resource Person : M.D. Mr.Josh Jorge and General Manager Mr. Ramesh Wani. In bhosari.

Coordinator : : Mrs. Pranjali Bahalkar

11-06-2022

Industrial Visit to Pimpri Chinchwad Science Park,Pune

Resource Person : Authorities of Science Park,Pune

Coordinator :Mrs. A S. Baviskar & Mrs.V.V.Chitragar

14-05-2022

Industrial Visit to Dynomerk Controls, Bhosari

Resource Person : Priyanka Taldalkar( F.Y.Student)

Coordinator : Prof. Pawan P Gawade

11-06-2022

Industrial Visit to Emersion climate technologies (India).Pvt.Ltd

Resource Person : MD Emersion climate technologies (India).Pvt. Ltd

Coordinator : Prof P.S.Bahalkar

09-07-2022

Industrial Visit to PCMC Pune Metro Station

Resource Person : Mr.Atul Lad

Coordinator : Mr.Omkar Kulkarni

23-06-2022

Industrial Visit to “B.G.Shirke Construction Pvt. Ltd.

Resource Person : M.D. Mr.Josh Jorge & General Manager Mr. Ramesh Wani.

Coordinator : Prof.Dilip Borse

25-06-2022

Industrial Visit at “Rakesh Transformers”, Bhosari MIDC, Pune.

Coordinator : Mr. Kushal Lodha, Mrs. B. R. Thawali, Mr. Yogesh Jadhav, Mr. Amol Dhole.

09-08-2022

Industrial Visit at “TOOLCON System Pvt Ltd”

Coordinator : Prof. P.S.Bahalkar

09-07-2022

Guest Lecture

Carrier Guidance And Job Opportunies after Pandemic

Resource Person : Mr. Sameer Bahalkar,

14-05-2022

Motivational lecture by Mr. Raghavan Koli

25-06-2022

Guest lecture by Dr.Debanik Roy

Resource Person : Priyanka Taldalkar( F.Y.Student)

25-06-2022

Maths Expert Guest Lecture

09-07-2022

Seminar On Electrical Vehical

Resource Person : Mr. Avdhoot Dixit

Coordinator : Prof. Kushal Lodha

09-07-2022

Expert Lecture on Devops and Cloud computing

Resource Person : Mr.Atul Mokal & MD of Xenstack solutions India.

Coordinator : Prof. V.V.Chitragar

29-01-2022

Guest Lecture on Sensors

28-06-2022

Training on “Career Opportunities in Indian Army”

Resource Person : Lt. Col. Ganesh Beiby ( Life Coach and SSB Trainer.

Co-ordinator : Prof. B.B. Gadekar.

09-06-2022

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering”

Resource Person : Prof. P. P. Hamber & Dr. B. R. Mardikar

22-11-2019

Student Event

Yoga day

21-06-2022

Quiz Competition

28-02-2022

Webinar for faculty and Students on “Human Values and Professional Ethics Part-1”

Resource Person : Dr. Mamta Sharma

Coordinator : Department of Engineering sciences and Humanities.

06-06-2020

Webinar for faculty and Students on “Human Values and Professional Ethics Part-2”

Resource Person : Mr. Shekhar Kamble.

Coordinator : Department of Engineering sciences and Humanities.

09-06-2020

Student Induction Program - Familiarization of Institute

Dive Coding- Hands on C Programming

Resource Person : Prof. Anuja Zade

Pune Darshan

17-08-2019

Traditional Day

Social Activity

Tree plantation

09-07-2022

Charity Event

Resource Person: Bhaskar Gokhale and Pallavi Barve

Coordinator: Mrs. B. H. Gavhane and Mrs. S.A.Jadhav

Date: 10-06-2022 & 11-06-2022

Student’s Association

Purpose

  1. To organize the social, cultural and educational programs for the FE students of the College.
  2. To eliminate the fear from the minds of the students by organizing different cultural activities for the FE students.
  3. To encourage every student to disclose his/her ideas into the target language by conducting different activities.
  4. To organize different technical and non technical guest/expert lectures for the betterment of FE students.

Benefits

  1. Able to develop their event management skills, leadership skills and other qualities required for their overall growth.
  2. Able to develop them with current technologies or current affairs through the guest/expert lectures.
  3. The basic foundation of students is developed by the various activities conducted under FESA.

FESA 2021-22

FESA is cultural program coordinated by all 14 divisions CR,LR & CULTURAL COORDINATORS. It is arranged every year for the students of FE only.

A cultural program was organized by First year Engineering Students Association (FESA) was held on 30th April,2022 at auditorium hall. It was a marvelous program due to various sort of performances. The program was conducted in 2 slots ; first from 9:30am to 12:00 pm and second 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm.

The program was presided over by vice principle Prof. A.S.Devasthali, HOD Dr. Mrs. S.M.Yadav, Dr. N.S.Mujumdar Sir and many other guests. All the faculty members were also present along with all the students of 14 divisions. The program was started by deeprajwalan. All dignitaries enlightened the lamps and saraswati prayer was sung in melodious voice.

Then the names of GS, CO-GS and TRASURER were announced by Mrs. Monika Mane madam . The post of GS was handed over to Mr. Shriniwas Kalwande while post of CO-GS handed over to Miss. Gayatri Mane , both from Div. D -Mechanical and Mr. Kaivalya Ruplag was selected as a Tresurer from division F for the academic year 2021-2022.

After hand over ceremony cultural programs were performed by students . Initially there was fabulous welcome dance. A live Music performance was done by the Rangbhumi. Also there was a fantastic dance performance by Hip-Hoppers. There were many performances of singing and dancing. The program was cocluded by the vote of thanks. Mrs. Monika Mane madam headed the event along Mrs. Meghna Patankar, Mrs. Shriya Jadhav, Ms. Pankaja Kopulkar and Mrs. Gauri Dongre. The FESA 2K22 was indeed a great cultural event .

Members of FESA 2021-2022

  1. Faculty Coordinators : Ms. Monika Mane ,Ms. Meghana Pathankar
  2. General Secretary (GS) : Mr. Kalbande Shrinivas (Dept.Mechanical Division : D )
  3. Co General Secretary (Co GS) : Ms. Mane Gatyatri (Dept.Mechanical Division : D )
  4. Treasurer : Mr. Kaygala Ruplag (Dept.Mechanical Division : F )

Student’s Achievements

Academic Year 2021-22

2021-22
Sr.No. Name of the Student Name of the Event Participated/Winner Date
1 Shenila Ansari FINLAND in ilo and displaying exceptional skills in research, diplomacy and negotiation at IMUN 2022 Participated 21st January 2022
2 Shenila Ansari ILO represented FINLAND at Indira Model United Nations Held on 21st and 22nd January 2022 Participated 21st 22 January 2022
3 Raj Powar R-EVOLUTION CLIMAX organised by Rotaract Club of DPUS at Dr. D. Y. Patil Unitech Society, Pimpri, Pune-18 Participated 2021-2022
4 Tejaswini Mohalkar LOGO MAKING COMPETITION organised under National Service Scheme (NSS) replicating Digital India theme Participated 22nd 2022
5 Shivraj kallole R-EVOLUTION CLIMAX organised by Rotaract Club of DPUS at Dr. D. Y. Patil Unitech Society, Pimpri, Pune-18 Participated 2021-2022
6 Vaishnavi Jamdade JSPM Engineering as the Participant of Solo Singing event held on 12th ,13th, 14th May 2022 Participated 12th,13th,14th May 2022
7 Vaishnavi Jamdade JSPM Engineering as the Participant of Solo Dancing event held on 12th ,13th, 14th May 2022 Participated 12th,13th,14th May 2022
8 Sachin Sonba Durgude JENTHUSE 2K22.this state level inter-college competition organized by Elecrical Engineering Student Association. Depar ment of Electrical Engineering Technology Rajaramnagar Participated
9 Tejaswini Mohalkar Poster Competition organised on the occasion of NATIONAL SCIENCE on 28th February 2022 Participated 28th 2022
10 Abhijit Laxmikant Kulkarni CODIGO 2.0 ORGANIZED BY CODING CLUB AND DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING OF JSPM'S RSCOE C grade
11 Shraddha Suryanarayan Jadhav As part of the "Poster Making Competition", we give this certificate as a token of gratitude Participated
12 Shraddha Suryanarayan Jadhav NIRMITEE-A poster making competition on the occasion of IEEE PES DAY 2022 organized by IEEE RSCOE SB in association with the IEEE Pune Section and PES IAS Chapter. 3rd Prize 2022
13 Vediha Kinhalkar Photography Competition Event and Being One Of The Best Participants In Our Event. Participated
14 Suyash Shinde JSPM’s RSCOE Tow it Away Roboranza 5.0 during “Sudhee 2022” 0n 23-24 March 2022 at Cheitanya Bharathi. 1st Prize 24 Mar 2022
15 Suyash Balwant Shinde MATSIM competition of ENTHUSE 2k22, state level competition organized by Electrical Engineering. Participated 24 May 2022
16 Suyash Balwant Shinde Adventure event at autologue Design powered by Dirtlogue 100 and Gdiot Innovation. Participated 30 Jan 2022
17 Suyash Shinde Has Actively Participated in ROBOSOCCER at FOOTPRINTS'22. Participated
18 Suyash Shinde (DHRVV) ROBO SOCCER Event held under banner of projection-Annual Technical Festival Participated
19 Shivkanya Dhupe Three day Programme “The fastract intership” held by IDIGITALPRENEUR Academy Participated 16 April – 19 April 2022
20 Shivkanya Dhupe Hearties congratulations and wishing you all the best in your learning Journey Participated 2022
21 Shivkanya Dhupe " bhartiya swatantyacha amrut mohotsawa nimitta "jalana jilha stariya online samanya nyan pariksha 2022 Participated
22 Sumit Sudhir Jadhav Patil Poster making competition Participated
23 Siddhant Shyam Bhau Ban Charcoal Painting in Firodia karandak 2022 First Prize

MOU's

MoUs Signed

Healthy Mind Consultancy is recognized as a Skill Enhancer with its Customized Programs and Services to reflect the client’s requirements for Professional and Organizational development. Headed by Amit Medhekar (Lead trainer & renowned motivational speaker.

PO

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.

Innovative Practices by faculty in Teaching & Learning

Contact Us

Contact Us