Sinhgad College | Fees, Seats, Hostel, Exam Date, Results, Admission, Mess

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Sinhgad College of Engineering

Sinhgad College of Engineering (SCOE) is private unaided institution that was established in the year 1996. The institute offers eight undergraduate engineering programmes of four year duration namely Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Information Technology, Production Engineering, Civil Engineering, Bio-Technology. Six engineering departments are offering post-graduate programs. The department of Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Civil Engineering are recognized Ph.D. Research Centre by University of Pune. The institute also offers a post-graduate program leading to MBA degree. It has a total under-graduate and post-graduate enrollment of 1200 and 338 students respectively. There are 126 students registered for Ph.D. with this research center. All the courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and affiliated to University of Pune.

Institutional highlights :

  • Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi
  • Selected by MHRD, Government of India for TEQIP-II project implementation
  • Membership of Confederation of Indian Industries (CII)

The college is not only dedicated to making quality engineers but also good human beings who can create a niche for themselves in the society.

The details of various programs are as follows:

Under-graduate Engineering Program

Sr.

Programmes Offered Shift

Intake

1.

Mechanical Engineering First Shift

240

Second Shift

60

2.

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering First Shift

180

Second Shift

60

3.

Computer Engineering First Shift

120

Second Shift

60

4.

Chemical Engineering First Shift

60

5.

Information Technology First Shift

120

6.

Production Engineering First Shift

60

7.

Civil Engineering First Shift

120

Second Shift

60

8.

Bio-Technology First Shift

60

Post-graduate Engineering Program

Sr.

Programmes Offered

Intake

1.

Mechanical Engineering

  1. Design
  2. Heat Power
  3. Mechatronics
  4. Automotive

18
25
18
18

2.

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

  1. Digital Systems
  2. VLSI Embedded Systems
  3. Communication Networks
  4. Signal Processing

25
18
18
18

3.

Computer Engineering
Computer Network

24

4.

Chemical Engineering

18

5.

Information Technology

24

6.

Civil Engineering

  1. Structural Engineering
  2. Hydraulics
  3. Environmental

18
18
18

7.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

60

Doctoral Program

Sr.

Research Center

Registered Students

1.

Mechanical Engineering

53

2.

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

48

3.

Chemical Engineering

01

4.

Civil Engineering

24

Mechanical Department :

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is a part of the Sinhgad College of Engineering since its inception in 1996 and accredited for next 5 years by the National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi (NBA) in 2013. Today, the department has grown geometrically from an intake of 60 to 300 for its UG program. The department also runs four post graduate specializations in Design Engineering (Intake-18), Heat Power Engineering (Intake-25), Mechatronics (Intake-18) and Automotive Engineering (Intake-18). The Doctoral Research Centre, which is functioning in the depart­ment since 2007, currently has 35 research scholars registered with it and 8 candidates have been awarded Ph.D. so far.

A Mechanical Engineer could be brought in various core areas like Automotive Engineering, Energy Systems, Heat Power, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Design Engineering and Mechatronics etc. The department has developed the state of art laboratories required for the same. Besides teaching, the 50 plus faculty members in this department are actively involved in research and consultancy work in prominent areas like Design and Development, Energy Auditing, Industrial Evaluation, and Testing. The research work of the faculty has been funded by the BCUD, DST & AICTE.

Our students are participating in various technical compe­titions at national as well as international level. Recently our students successfully participated in the FSAE 2016 event at Japan. At FSAE 2015 event in Italy, our students won 2nd prize in cost evaluation competition. Our BAJA SAE team “Kraftwagen” has secured 2nd rank out of 400 plus teams in the virtual round of BAJA SAE 2017. Also, Kraftwagen won the 1st prize of Rs. 60 thousand in cost Evaluation, 2nd prize of Rs. 40 thousand in sales presentation at BAJA SAE event in 2015 as well as 1st of Rs. 1.00 Lakh for ergonomics and aesthetics in the BAJA SAE event in 2014. The students of the department have also secured the first prize in, model making competition organized by Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics in 2016, international symposium organized by ARAI in 2016, Autodesk competition in 2014, and, 2nd prize in the ASME project competition in 2014. In sports, our students have won prizes at state level in Badminton, Soccer and Cricket. While most of our students find placement with companies such as Cummins India, Mahindra Vehicle, Thermax, Tata Technology, Atlas Copco etc., every year more than 20 plus students are able to secure admission for M.S program at universities ranked in top 300 in the world. Similarly more than 30 plus students seek admission in premium institutes in India like IIT’s and NIT’s.

Facilities :

Laboratories in the Department
Sr. No Curriculum Lab Description
1 Applied Thermodynamics
2 IC Engines
3 Theory of Machines
4 Heat Transfer
5 Mechatronics
6 Refrigeration and Air conditioning
7 Dynamics of Machinery
8 Industrial  Fluid Power
9 Power Plant Engineering
10 Basic Mechanical Engineering
11 CAE LAB
12 CAD/CAM/LAB
13 CAD I & II
14 Metallurgy
15 Fluid Mechanics  + Turbo Machinery
16 Metrology & Quality Control
Research :

PhD Center

Established in Academic Year  2007-08

•Admission based on SPPU entrance/GATE/5 years SPPU approved teacher followed by interview.

•After being admitted:

•Course work for 1 semester as pre-PhD preparation

•Topics of course work include: Research Methodology, Seminar, Mathematics for             Engineering Research, Advances in Mechanical Engineering

•Total candidates registered: 34

• Total candidates have been awarded PhD:08 Total  pre-synopsis submitted: 03

• Total  pre-synopsis submitted: 03

•22 guides registered.

• CoEP, DIAT, CME approved guides from the department and SPPU affiliated institutes

List of Ph.D. Guides

Sr.

Name of Guide

Institute

1

Dr. Y. P. Reddy Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon, Pune

2

Dr. P. J. Awasare Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering ,Nigdi, Pradhikaran, Pune.

3

Dr. A B Kanase-Patil Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon, Pune

4

Dr. S. Y. Bhave Retd. Scientist, Defence Institute of Techchnology, Khadkwasala, Pune

5

Dr. P. M. Ghanegaonkar Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Engineering and Technology Pimpri, Pune

6

Dr. S. B. Wadkar Walchand College of Engineering, Sangali.

7

Dr. H. V. Vankudre BVCOE for Women, Pune

8

Dr. M. M. Lele MITCOE, Kothrud, Pune.

9

Dr. D. N. Malkhede COEP, Shivajinagar, Pune

10

Dr. R. B. Ingale MKSSS’s Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Karvenagar, Pune

11

Dr. S. P. Deshmukh Sinhgad Academy of Engineers,Kondhava, Pune.

12

Dr. S. S. Bhamare Assistant Secretary, Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (M.S.B.T.E.), Regional Office, Pune.

13

Dr. A. M. Fulambarkar Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering ,Nigdi, Pradhikaran, Pune.

14

Dr. P. R. Dongarwar College of Millitary Engineering, Kharki, Pune

15

Dr. D. N. Kamble Sinhgad Academy of Engineers,Kondhava, Pune.
16 Dr. S. S. Kore Sinhgad Academy of Engineers,Kondhava, Pune.
17 Dr. C. S. Pathak NBN Sinhgad School of Engineering, Ambegaon, Pune.
18 Dr. A. K. Bewoor MKSSS’s Cummins College of Engineering For Women, Karvenagar, Pune .
19 Dr. S. T. Chavan MITCOE, Kothrud, Pune .
20 Dr. S. B. Zope Sahyadri Valley College of Engineering & Technology, Near Alephata, ,Rajuri.
21 Dr. D. S. Bilgi Zeal College of Engineering, Pune
22 Dr. S. S. Thipse ARAI, Pune
Training and Placement

 

SCOE Mechanical Engineering department is a preferred destination to recruit from, for a large number of companies. The department is geared up to provide its quality services not only in employment to students during studies, but also their employability through well planned and organized training and personality development programmes and their development to face the corporate world. The training and placement cell on the campus is in charge of preparing students in the seventh semester (and sometimes eight semester) to appear for campus interviews. In recent years, companies such as Atlas Copco, Ansys, Fluent, Burckhardt Compression, Cummins,  Daimler Chrysler, Kirloskar Brothers , Essar, India Bulls, John Deere, Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors, Tata Technologies, Thermax Limited have some of the companies actively recruited undergraduates. The placement scenario of the past few years is as follows (academic year, then number of placements)

PLACEMENT 1
Number of Students Placed

The placement scenario of the past few years is shown with academic year with the help of centralized training & placement cell we always make dedicated efforts to satisfy the students aspirations regarding their future career goals. It is our observation that around 20%- 22% students are planning to do their higher education either in India or abroad to help & assist them we organize seminar, lectures for appropriate selection of course, university etc. Around 5% students are thinking to start their own business or support their relatives. Our entrepreneurship cell helps & guides them to make them successful.

PLACEMENT 2
PLACEMENT 3

Chemical Engineering

The Computer Engineering Department was established in the year 1996. The department was accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi . Having started with a four year under-graduate program, B. E. (Computer Engineering), the department now proudly boasts of the Post Graduate program, M. E. Computer (Computer Networks) which was initiated in 2008.

The goal of the department is to establish state-of-the-art computing environment to develop competent computer engineers imbibed with the spirit of professionalism and responsible citizenship.

The department has continuously upgraded the infrastructure according to changing needs. Campus wide Centralized Internet Browsing Centre (IBC) with lease-line connectivity of 6 Mbps is managed by the department and is accessible to all students. Libraries are enriched with heaps of books and good collection of reputed International and National Journals, magazines, e-books.

Campus-wide collaborations with industries, aided in bridging the gap between academics and industries. Industry offered projects, trainings, workshops and experts’ lectures provide students, faculties with excellent exposure to world of practice. Incredible technical efforts and enthusiasm of students and due guidance of faculties drew excellent opportunities in giants like Microsoft, Google, IBM, Cognizant, Accenture, Tata Consultancy services, Persistent Systems Pvt. Ltd. and many more. Our students imprinted their success in competitive and other exams like GATE, GRE, GMAT also. To unleash students’ talent, every year department organizes technical festivals like ‘TECHTONIC’ and a project competition ‘FINEPRO’. Invitees from renowned institutes and industries are invited to judge the competence of the students. Exploring the other world of talent, our students have shown excellence in sports, cultural and social activities.

Always a step ahead, our department was the first to host ‘C-PGCON’, a university level conference for PG students to showcase their talent. Faculties have showcased their contribution through research projects funded by agencies like ISRO, AICTE and BCUD. Department has always shown its commitment towards achieving objectives through individual contribution.

Facilities


LABORATORIES
SR. NO. NAME OF LABORATORY

1

Basic Computing Laboratory

2

Unix Laboratory

3

Database Laboratory

4

Computer Networks Laboratory

5

Hardware Laboratory-I

6

Hardware Laboratory-II

7

Graphics Laboratory

8

Advanced Development Tools Laboratory

9

Post Graduate Lab

10

Project Lab-1

11

Software Engineering Lab

12

Departmental Library
SOFTWARES
Sr.No. Item Description Quantity
1 System Architect 2001, 5 livcence user s/w Ver  : 7.510 _ 1 01
2 Windows Server 2003 02
3 Windows Client Server with Windows 2003 media 64
4 MS-Office 2003 with XP Pro media 04
5 MS Visual Studio with  .net media 40
6 SQL Server 10 clients 04
7 J – Bulider PRO [ Java Kit ] 01
8 3DSMAX 6.0 Full Educational Licence , Single user pack 01
10 MS Visual Studio PRO 2005 EDN 1
11 Dream Viewer Single User Software 1
12 ORACLE 10G Standars edition with standard media kit 1
13 Qualnet software 1

 

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS IN DEPARTMENT
SR. NO.

ITEM

DETAILS

QUANTITY

TOTAL

1

Servers HP ML 150 GB Intel xeon Quad core

02

02

2

Computers P -IV

47

251

Dual Core

1

Core 2 Duo

123

Core 2 Duo

58

Core I3 22

3

Laptop HP- Compaq

01

4

Printer Laser Jet color printer

01

47

Laser

09

Dot Matrix Printers

37

5

LCD projectors SONY and EPSON make

09

09

6

PAS Fox make cordless P.A. System

01

01

7

OHP projectors Godrej

03

06

8

Digital Ink Pad Model-ITU-SPL-10

01

01

9

UPS 20 KVA

02

02

Conferences / Seminars / FDPs / STTP

 
Sr. No Name of Faculty Coordinator Type of Programme Title of Programme Academic Year
1 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence 2015-16
2 Gatade Deepali Dhananjay Workshop Android Application Development 2015-16
3 Manga Venu Ramulu Workshop Workshop on Latex 2015-16
4 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh Other BASH Scripting Training 2015-16
5 Pawar Dipti Rohan Workshop Workshop on Java 2015-16
6 Pawar Dipti Rohan Other Pre-Placement Training 2015-16
7 Pawar Dipti Rohan Workshop Java and Advanced Java 2015-16
8 Pawar Dipti Rohan Workshop BigData and Hadoop 2015-16
9 Pawar Dipti Rohan Workshop PHP and Web technology 2015-16
10 Prasad Jayashree Rajesh STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence MLCI 2015 2015-16
11 Salapurkar Deepali P. Workshop Cloud Computing 2015-16
12 Salapurkar Deepali P. Other IIT Spoken Tutorial in CPP 2015-16
13 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant Workshop Cloud Computing 2015-16
14 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant Workshop Advanced Android Application Development 2015-16
15 E. Jayanthi Workshop One day Workshop on Java 2015-16
16 Bholane Shashank Prabhakar Seminar Infosys Campus Connect:  Pre-placement Seminar 2014-15
17 Bholane Shashank Prabhakar Workshop Workshop on Hadoop Technology 2014-15
18 Chiddarwar Girija Giresh Workshop Animation using Flash 2014-15
19 Chiddarwar Girija Giresh STTP Image Processing and Machine Learning 2014-15
20 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna Other SEED IT Idol Competition 2014-15
21 Joshi Swati Atul Workshop Advanced Unix Tools 2014-15
22 Laulkar Chaitali Abhijeet STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence 2014-15
23 Mhatre Swapneel Chandrakant Seminar Seminar on Internet of Things (IoT) in Techtonic 2015 2014-15
24 Sale Malan Dipak Workshop Advanced Java 2014-15
25 Sale Malan Dipak Industrial Training Extempore session 2014-15
26 Sale Malan Dipak Seminar How to crack Interview 2014-15
27 Manisha R. Dhage Workshop Workshop on Haddop 2014-15
 
 
Sr. No Faculty Name Type of Programme Title of Programme Academic Year
1 Bholane Shashank Prabhakar Workshop Conceptualizing Research 2015-16
2 Bholane Shashank Prabhakar Workshop Android Application Development 2015-16
3 Bhute Harsha Avinash FDP Android Application Development 2015-16
4 Chiddarwar Girija Giresh STTP Hands-on Training Using SCILAB and OpenCV for image processing 2015-16
5 Dhage Manisha Rajendra Conference Innovation -2015 2015-16
6 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna Workshop Reseach Methodology 2015-16
7 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna Seminar Elsevier Connect Seminar 2015-16
8 Gatade Deepali Dhananjay FDP Emerging trends in data scince 2015-16
9 Gatade Deepali Dhananjay Workshop Big Data analytics and Hadoop 2015-16
10 Joshi Anita Ramchandra Workshop Workshop on Latex 2015-16
11 Kamalasekaran Jayanthi E. Workshop Advanced statistical methods and software tools for the analysis of data 2015-16
12 Kulkarni Jyoti Bhagawantrao STTP STTP on “Soft Computing” 2015-16
13 Kulkarni Jyoti Bhagawantrao STTP STTP on “Image Processing and Machine Intelligence” 2015-16
14 Laulkar Chaitali Abhijeet Workshop Research Methodology 2015-16
15 Manga Venu Ramulu FDP High Performance Computing and Cloud Computing 2015-16
16 Manga Venu Ramulu FDP Software Design Methodologies and Testing 2015-16
17 Manga Venu Ramulu Workshop LaTex 2015-16
18 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh FDP Introduction to Linux 2015-16
19 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh Workshop Android Application Development 2015-16
20 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh Seminar First GPU computing meetup and seminar 2015-16
21 Pawar Dipti Rohan FDP Smart System Design and Applications 2015-16
22 Pawar Dipti Rohan Workshop Advanced Statistical Methods and Software Tools for the Analysis of Data 2015-16
23 Pawar Dipti Rohan Seminar 1st GPU Computing Meetup and Seminar 2015-16
24 Pawar Suvarna Sanjay Workshop MATHEMATCAL MODELING 2015-16
25 Pharande Neha Sadanand FDP IOT IN REAL LIFE : APPLICATIONS & PROJECT DEVELOPMENT 2015-16
26 Prasad Jayashree Rajesh Other Information Systems and Computer Applications, Part 1: IT 2015-16
27 Salapurkar Deepali P. FDP SOFT COMPUTING 2015-16
28 Salapurkar Deepali P. Seminar IoT & Cloud Convergence 2015-16
29 Salapurkar Deepali P. STTP Routing In Internet of Things 2015-16
30 Sale Malan Dipak FDP Hadoop Programming 2015-16
31 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant Seminar IoT and Cloud Convergence 2015-16
32 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant STTP Routing in Internet of Things 2015-16
33 Wable Supriya Diliprao FDP IOT in Real Life: Applications and Project Development 2015-16
34 Bhojne Nilesh Girijoba STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence 2014-15
35 Bhojne Nilesh Girijoba FDP Train the Trainer 2014-15
36 Bhojne Nilesh Girijoba FDP Train the Trainer 2014-15
37 Bhojne Nilesh Girijoba FDP Faculty Development Program on Principles of Concurrent and Distributed Programming 2014-15
38 Bholane Shashank Prabhakar FDP Train the Trainer Program of S.E.(Computer Engineering) for the Subject CGG 2014-15
39 Bhute Harsha Avinash Workshop Research in Wireless Network using NS – 3 2014-15
40 Bhute Harsha Avinash Other TRAIN THE TRAINER 2014-15
41 Bhute Harsha Avinash Other TRAIN THE TRAINER 2014-15
42 Bhute Harsha Avinash Other TRAIN THE TRAINER 2014-15
43 Chavan Gurunath Thavaru FDP Progamming Lab -IV 2014-15
44 Chavan Gurunath Thavaru FDP Data Communication and Wireless Sensor Networks 2014-15
45 Chiddarwar Girija Giresh STTP Soft Computing 2014-15
46 Chiddarwar Girija Giresh STTP Wavelet and its Applications 2014-15
47 Chiddarwar Girija Giresh FDP Operating Systems Design 2014-15
48 Dhage Manisha Rajendra Workshop Research Issues and Hands on in Wireless Sensor Network including NS-2 2014-15
49 Dhage Manisha Rajendra Conference 2nd International Conferance on networks,Information and Communication 2015 ( ICNIC 2015) 2014-15
50 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna Other One Week Train The Trainer Programme For SE Faculties 2014-15
51 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna Other One Week Train The Trainer Programme for TE Faculties 2014-15
52 Futane Pravin Ramkrishna Seminar Campus Connect -Principal’s Meet 2014-15
53 Joshi Anita Ramchandra FDP FDP on CUDA and OpenMP 2014-15
54 Joshi Swati Atul Workshop Operating System Design 2014-15
55 Kamalasekaran Jayanthi E. STTP Short Term Training Program on Privacy Preserving Data Mining 2014-15
56 Laulkar Chaitali Abhijeet Workshop NISAR Science Workshop 2014-15
57 Laulkar Chaitali Abhijeet STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence 2014-15
58 Manga Venu Ramulu STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence(STTP-MLCI) 2014-15
59 Manga Venu Ramulu FDP Android for Certificates 2014-15
60 Manga Venu Ramulu STTP STES’s Train The Trainer program 2014-15
61 Manga Venu Ramulu STTP STES’s Train The Trainer program 2014-15
62 Manga Venu Ramulu Workshop Workshop on Cloud Computing and Advanced Data Structure 2014-15
63 Mhatre Swapneel Chandrakant Seminar STES’s Train the Trainer Program 2014-15
64 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh Workshop CUDA and OPENMP 2014-15
65 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh Other Train the Trainer 2014-15
66 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh Other Train the Trainer 2014-15
67 Patil Dhanashri Nilesh FDP Train the Trainer 2014-15
68 Pawar Dipti Rohan STTP Privacy Preserving Data Mining 2014-15
69 Pawar Suvarna Sanjay Conference WIRELESS AND OPTICAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS 2014-15
70 Pawar Suvarna Sanjay Workshop RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2014-15
71 Pawar Suvarna Sanjay Workshop SOFTWARE ENGINEERIN 2014-15
72 Pawar Suvarna Sanjay Workshop SOFTWARE TESTING 2014-15
73 Pawar Suvarna Sanjay Other TEACHER ADVANCED PROGREMME 2014-15
74 Prasad Jayashree Rajesh Other Staff Development Program SDP 2014-15
75 Prasad Jayashree Rajesh Other Introduction to TypeScript 2014-15
76 Prasad Jayashree Rajesh Other Introduction to Linux 2014-15
77 Salapurkar Deepali P. STTP Machine Learning & Computational Language 2014-15
78 Sale Malan Dipak FDP Train the trainer Program on Microprocessor Architecture 2014-15
79 Sale Malan Dipak Workshop Software Engg 2014-15
80 Sale Malan Dipak Workshop Software Testing &Quality Assurance 2014-15
81 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant Seminar Big data and Hadoop 2014-15
82 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant Workshop Cloud Computing, Big data and its Components 2014-15
83 Suryavanshi Sushama Chandrakant FDP Train the Trainer 2014-15
84 Vaidya Tejeswita Prasad Workshop Research in Wireless Network using NS-3 2014-15
85 Vaidya Tejeswita Prasad Other Training for STP-IV teacher 2014-15
86 Wable Supriya Diliprao STTP STTP on Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence 2014-15
87 Wable Supriya Diliprao FDP FDP on Forensics and Cyber Applications 2014-15
88 Wankhede Mahesh Prabhakar STTP Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence 2014-15

Placement


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Sinhgad Student Concil (SSC)


The inception of Computer Students Forum came from the concept that the students themselves should be able to come up with the ideas and organize the activities which would be beneficial to them. Sinhgad Student concil is an student organization at Institute Level,Sinhgad Technical education scociety, Pune. It is entirely managed by the students under the staff’s guidance. It is responsible for arranging all the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities in the department.

Objectives:

  1. Providing a platform for the holistic development of the students.
  2. Ensuring that student activities are carried out smoothly under the staff’s guidance.
  3. Developing contributing relations with the alumni and corporate.
  4. Facilitating interaction among all the students of the department.
  5. Motivating students to think from research perspectives and develop a particle approach towards studies.
  6. Brining out the leadership and the management qualities in the students.
  7. Provide Training and Placement Assistance.

Activities/Outcome:

  1. The annual National technical festival “Techtonic” is arranged under SSC where students and staff work together to make it larger and bigger each year.
  2. The forum publishes its own bi-annual newsletter ‘cybertimes’ to promote writing skills in students.
  3. Industrial visit are arranged for students of all the years to provide students with industry insights.
  4. Workshops and guest lectures are arranged at regular intervals which are conducted by industry and academic experts.
  5. Alumni meets and lectures are arranged from time to time to help students decide their future course in life.
  6. The department hosts an in-house project competition ‘Fine-pro’ and a PG level conference ‘PGcon’ under SSC.

Involvement: Both faculties and students are involved SSC.


Teacher’s Day


Objective:

To improve presentation skills of students and communication between staff and student.

Execution:

The department of Computer Engineering and on the behalf of Sinhgad Student Concil organized the Teachers’ Day Event for the staff members of this department. All the staff is present on this day for this celebration. It also helped to improve presentation skills of students and the communication between staff and student.

The event starts with conduction of first two lectures or practical’s of all classes by TE as well as SE. The lectures are conducted from 10:15 am to 12:15 pm.

The event commence at 1:15pm with traditional approach of singing Ishastavan and performing classical dance. It is followed by the speech from General Secretary.  Some students share their experiences with the staff and their classmates. Then some award is given to the teachers by the

third year students. This ceremony is concluded by a speech by H.O.D by  valuable guidance to the students. Then later at 3:30 pm some games and refreshments are arranged for all the staff members.

Outcome:

Student got the experience of teaching. It has decreased the communication gap between staff and students.

Involvement:

Both faculties and students are involved in the teacher’s day event


Techtonic


Techtonic is an Annual National Technical Festival of Sinhgad Techinical Education scociety which is organized each year. Students contribute to the best of their abilities make Techtonic a huge event with a great zeal. ‘Techtonicr’ as a brand has been growing ever since it commenced and this would have not been possible without the constant support of the college staff, management and the industry contribution in it.

Objective:

  1. To provide students with a platform where they could develop and brush their management and interpersonal skills.
  2. A stage where students and staff work in unison for the college.
  3. Students get the importance of working as a team for a common cause.
  4. Students try a hand at finance management.

Execution

  1. Planning: Students and staff together work in planning all the technical as well as the recreational activities during Techtonic. The team takes into account all the factors like the resources available, forecasted budget and the time available.
  2. Finance: Techtonic is an event by the students and hence the students generate the revenue through sponsorships and tie-ups with various industries and organizations. The cash flow at every stage, the budget allocation to various activities and satisfying the sponsors is taken care of by the students with the support of the staff.
  3. Publicity: Techtonic as an event is published rigorously with campaigning schedules prepared in advance wherein students visit each college around the city and some around the state to make sure apt participants turn out for the event. Advertisements are made throughout the city and through the events newspaper partner, radio partner and advertisement partner.
  4. Event Management: Each even organized under excelsior is managed by the students with a strict hierarchy which has proper distribution of responsibilities and power from the apex committee to the volunteers. Each event is also assigned a staff co-coordinator to ensure the proper functioning of the event.

Outcome:

  1. An ever growing Technical Festival ‘Techtonic’ is itself the biggest outcome.
  2. Students get acquainted with the scenarios they may face in the real life and how to face them.
  3. It serves as a practical exam for the concepts and values learnt in the classroom for them.
  4. The interaction between the senior and junior students turns out to be leaning experiences for the juniors which help them to carry on the legacy.
  5. Students develop the software’s required for the events and hence this contributed to their academic knowledge.

Involvement:

Both faculties and students are involved in Techtonic.


Industrial Visit


Objective:

To give industry working exposure and technical  knowledge  to the  students.

Execution:

The department of Computer Engineering organizes an industrial visit for second year ,third year and final year students. Department takes permission from the industry .  For safety purpose, visits are only organized through college decided tours and travels.  Staffs are  accompanying the students for  visits. Department takes undertaking from the students and also convey the information of visits to the parents .

Outcome:

Student get the chance to see work culture of industry and technical knowledge

Involvement: Both faculties and students are involved in the industry visits


Farewell


Objective:

To give platform for final year students to express their views about department and to give future guidelines .

Execution:

Department  Computer Engineering and SSC organize this event for final year students. Event starts with speech of H.O.D. Then some  staff members express their feeling about these final year students and give some carrier guidance. Then chance is given to final year students to express their views and experience about department and staff members.  Then some informal awards are given to the final year students by third year students .

Finally event ends with games and refreshments for final year students and  staff members

Outcome:

Final year student get the opportunity to express their feelings and views about the department and faculty and they also get carrier guidance.


News Letter- THE CYBER TIMES


Objective:

To give students an insight of latest technologies, research ideas and technical details of any technology through their articles, staff articles, guest columns and guest interviews.

Execution:

Students are encouraged to share their ideas and thoughts about any technology through articles in about 600-700 words. Faculties doing research work or Ph.D  also contribute by sharing their idea and experience about research work. Such articles give students ongoing updates in the field of computer science. We also interact with eminent personalities from industry or research and development through guest interviews. Research scholars from industry or university are also requested to contribute their valuable knowledge and experience through guest column. Designing, editing and content writing is solely done by students of department. The final layout of the newsletter is finalized by concerned faculty and printed with the permission of head of the department.

Outcomes/Achievements:

Following are the major outcomes of this event:

  1. The Cyber Times gives students an opportunity to share their information through articles.
  2. Staff articles gives an insight of research work, projects going on in the departments.
  3. Reports about various activities, events, workshops carried out in the departments.
  4. Interaction with industry persons through guest interviews.
  5. Team work of the team in making of the newsletter successful.

Involvement: Both faculties and students are involved in the newsletter. The team consists of following members.

  1. Cyber Times staff co-ordinator(Faculty).
  2. Student Section staff co-ordinator(Faculty).
  3. 2 Editors (Students).
  4. 2 Co-Editors (Students).
  5. 2 Designers (Students).
  6. 2 Sponsorship heads(Students).

Cyber Times News Letter Edition 6

Cyber Times News Letter Edition 7

Cyber Times News Letter Edition 8


Finepro


Finepro is intra-department final year student’s project competition started in 2006. In its initial years the main objective of Finepro is to get the students’ projects reviewed by industry experts. The output of this competition is not only to announce the winners but also improvement in the project quality, confidence in the student to face their final project examination.

In recent years the scope of Finepro is extended as project exhibition cum competition. The projects of B.E. students are showcased to third year students, to explore the different project domains and ideas.

Every year the department successfully manages to seek at least 8 to 10 highly experienced industry experts from reputed companies. These experts guide the students on industry standard processes, domain knowledge and latest technology through their discussion. Overall Finepro is the strong step of department for industry institute interaction.

Electronics and Telecommunication :

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication has maintained pace with the cutting edge technology through research, tie up with Industries, updated laboratories etc. Department conducts Undergraduate, Post graduate in Digital System, VLSI and Embedded Systems, Communication Networks and Signal Processing and Ph. D. programs successfully. Undergraduate program is accredited twice for three and five years by National Board of Accreditation (NBA).  Total 38 Students acquired positions in the ranks of University. There are 22 state of art laboratories equipped with advanced equipment set up to fulfil the need of regular academics as well as research in the field of Signal/Image processing, VLSI Design, Embedded systems, Machine intelligence, Communication, Measurements etc. Department has well-established library other than central library for easy and fast access of books, data sheets, project reports etc.

Close liaison with Industries through active Industry Institute Interaction Cell (I2IC) inhibited the chasm of technology. Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is signed with Actel Inc. USA by developing “Actel Advanced FPGA VLSI Laboratory” of Rs. 12 Million. The agreement signed with ARM-STMicroelectronics has enabled department to establish State of Laboratory of worth resource about Rs. 94 Million. Similarly the laboratories are also established in liaison with Intel-FICE, Cyprus, Texas Instruments etc. The number of MoUs signed is more than 30. Huge number of Industry sponsored projects are being carried out by the students and well appreciated by the sponsoring Industries.

Department has received research grants of more than Rs. 7 Million from AICTE and Savitribai Phule Pune University till date. These grants accelerated the processes needed for research, procurement of high tech equipment etc.

Student chapter of esteem IEEE society is functioning to motivate students through various technical events. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineer’s Students’ Association (ETESA), Sinhgad Students Council (SSC) and Techtonic have arranged several technical events, expert sessions, workshops etc. Departmental news letter “Quantum” gives the space for innovative ideas and challenges.

The department is on the way to become synonym for Centre of Excellence in and around Pune region. I’m sure about meeting this goal through consistent hard work and perusal.

Facilities


Sr. No. Name of Laboratories Sr. No. Name of Laboratories
1 Computer 12 Signal processing & circuit simulation
2 Soft computing 13 Reconfigurable Computing
3 Embedded systems 14 Project
4 Devices & Circuits 15 Modeling & Simulations
5 Integrated Circuits 16 Analog Communication
6 Basic Electronics 17 Digital Communication
7 Networks 18 Digital Electronics I
8 Microwave 19 Digital Electronics II
9 Electronic Measurements 20 Circuits & Systems
10 Optical Fiber Communication 21 Research Laboratory
11 ACTEL Advanced FPGA VLSI 22 Power Electronics

Major Equipments / Softwares in the laboratories

  • Prominent Hardware
    • Spectrum Analysers
    • Arbitrary Waveform Generators
    • PC Based Logic Analysers
    • Mixed Signal Oscilloscopes
    • Power Oscilloscopes
    • Digital Storage Oscilloscopes
    • Klystron Based Microwave Benches
    • Gunn Based Microwave Benches
    • Digital Satellite Radio Trainers
    • PCB Design Laboratories
    • Universal Microcontroller Programmers
    • Actel, Xilinx CPLD and FPGA Development Boards
    • Texas Instruments DSP development boards
    • GSM and CDMA Trainers
    • Optical Fiber experimentation set up
  • Prominent Software
    • Multisim Education version 11
    • MATLAB 2012a + 22 Toolboxes
    • Xilinx ISE 11.1 System Edition
    • MicrowindPakage DSCH 3.0 and Microwind 3.0
    • Lab view Academic Premium Suite
    • Netsim Standard  Version
    • Edwin XP Full Version
    • Keil MDK-ARM

     

    software

  • Other Facilities
    • Departmental Library (412 Titles)
    • Seminar Hall (85 seats)
    • Internet (2 Mbps)
    • Separate Cabins for Faculty (52 cabins)
    • Extra laboratory hours (beyond college time)
    • Centralized Computing Facilities (General + Technical)

Research


Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Ph. D. research centre in Sinhgad College of Engineering was established in 2010, for advanced research and development. Since its inception, it has been working for the growth of electronics & has established the required infrastructure and well experienced manpower for undertaking R&D in the following major areas:

  1. Image processing
  2. Soft computing
  3. Communication systems
  4. Signal processing
  5. Semiconductor Devices & VLSI systems
  6. Embedded systems.

Research Centre will be involved in the continuous improvement and enhancement of providing services ranging from the definition of the problem to the actual design, testing, verification, and finally the implementation of solutions or measures.

Savitribai Phule Pune University conducts entrance examination in two parts. Part A is common for all faculties. Part B is specific to respective branch.

Candidate who Passed Part A and B is eligible for Ph. D. Admission interview. Research Centre conducts Ph. D. interview and accordingly guide is allotted for Research Work.

The following are the guides approved by Pune University to E&TC Research Centre of SCOE.

Internal guides:

  1. Dr. S. D. Lokhande
  2. Dr. M. B. Mali
  3. Dr. R. S. Kawitkar
  4. Dr. S. R. Ganorkar

Associated Guides:

  1. Dr. G. K. Kharate
  2. Dr. D. S. Bormane
  3. Dr. S. D. Markande
  4. Dr. A. N. Gaikwad
  5. Dr. V. K. Kokate
  6. Dr. P. B. Mane
  7. Dr. B. P. Patil
  8. Dr. Y. Ravindar
  9. Dr. Mrs. Prachi Mukharji
  10. Dr. A. V. Kulkarni
  11. Dr. S. K. Shah
  12. Dr. P. M. Patil
  13. Dr. A. D. Jadhav
  14. Dr. S. P. Narote
  15. Dr. M. T. Kolte

Student Activities


 

• Sinhgad Student council(SSC): Various activities organized under the banner of SSC are.

Technical Quiz(Brainstorm):

The Technical Quiz for SE,ENTC students was organized on 27th August 2015.There were  four rounds in a quiz attempted by 100  students.

Technical Competition on Multisim(SIMULUS)

For TE students Multisim programming competition was organized for testing their software skills  on 15th of September 15.

Technical Seminars

  • On 31st of August 15  the seminar on “How to write a  Technical  paper” was conducted for  SE and TE students by Mr. Vijay Gaikwad ,VIT ,Pune.
  • On 3rd September 15 the seminar on “Industrial Automation a-PLC and Robotics” was conducted for BE and TE students by Mr.Udayraj Kalkundre ,ACG Pampac machines Pvt. Ltd ,Pune.
  • On 4th Sept. 15   the seminar on “Steps for effective embedded product development” was conducted for  SE and TE students by Mr. Satyajeet Pardeshi, Emerson Innovation  center ,Pune.
  • On 9th Sept. 15   the seminar on “Personality Development” was conducted for  SE and TE students by Mr. Rajesh Chavan, Jeevan Sanjeevani center ,Satara.

Chess tournament

  • The Chess Tournament for all SSC members was organized on 30th December 2015.There were five rounds in Chess Tournament. All the standard rules of chess were followed for the competition.

Electronic Component Quest

  • For SE/TE E& T/C students Electronic Component Quest was organized for testing their Electronic skills on 02nd of January 16.
  • Telecommunication had organized a ‘ELECTRONIC QUEST’ on 2nd January, 2016, Saturday in the Seminar hall, SCOE E&TC Department for all SSC members of E&tc Department.
  • Total 46 students were participated in the tournament. Total 3 round were conducted.

PCB Designing workshop

  • The PCB Designing workshop for all SSC members of Electronics and Tele-communication department was organized on 13th & 14thFebruary, 2016.This workshop was held for two days in which designing ,layout and hardware module were develop by students. The workshop was conducted by the B.E. E&T/C students of SCOE, E&T/C. Omkar Sadegoankar and Sanket Mehta from,B.E. E&T/C  took the major responsibility of conducting the workshop. Total 64 students were participated.

• IEEE:It arranges Project, Technical  workshop to spread Technical / Science knowledge to  students and technical awareness in Urban/ Rural area.

The activities organized during this year are :

Workshop on’ Arduino’ Microcontroller

For TE students Workshop on Arduino Microcontroller was organized for development of Hardware design and software skills on 12 and 13th September, 2015. Total 30 students participated.

Technical Competition on C Coding(DaWin – C- Code)

For SE students C  programming competition was organized for testing their software skills  on 8th Feburary, 2016. Total 60 students participated. There were 3 rounds.

Paper Presentation Contest:

For TE/ B.E. students Technical paper competition was organised for technical awareness and paper writing skill on 18th March, 2016. Total 19 groups have participated.

Mini Project Competition:

For TE students, Mini project competition was organised for Project building skill on 21, 22, 23 and 24th March, 2016. Total 60 groups have participated.

Project Competition:

For BE students, Major project competition was organised for Project building skill on 29th March, 2016. Total 12 groups have participated.

Technical Seminars

  • On 15th September 15  the seminar on “ HR Opportunities IN Digital Era ” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. Girish Khilari, CDAC ,Pune.
  • On 3rd September 15  the seminar on “LATEX – Software Tool” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. S. V. Tathe, SCOE ,Pune.
  • On 5th April 16  the seminar on “Xilinx- Software Tool” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. Atul Raut, SCOE ,Pune.
  • On 5th April 16  the seminar on “Android – Software Tool” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. A. V. Bankar, SCOE ,Pune.
  • On 6th April 16  the seminar on “MATLAB- Software Tool” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mrs.S. B. Patil, SCOE ,Pune.
  • On 6th April 16  seminar on “CAD FEKO – Software Tool” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. G.N. Gaikwad, SCOE ,Pune.
  • On 5th April 16  the seminar on “Xilinx- Software Tool” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. Atul Raut, SCOE ,Pune.
  • On 23RD January , 16  the seminar on “Being Professional in VLSI Domain” was conducted for M. E.  students by Mr. Mangesh Bhalerao, Elite Plus Semiconductors (Consultant),UK.

• Quantum:

Biannual issues of Quantum publicize important news, inventions  related to electronic world. It motivates students for writing, reading good articles. Thus, enhance and update their knowledge.

Value Addition Programs (VAP) conducted

Department of E & TC Engineering takes utmost efforts for overall development of students and as a part of it, department organized various Value Addition Programs in the year 2015-16. Details are as follows:

 

  1. The Value Addition program “C” certification was conducted for SE students. 170 students had participated in this program. This course was conducted from Sept. 14 – 22, 2015.
  2. The Value Addition program on Scilab certification was conducted for BE and ME students. 225 students had participated in this program. The learners are exposed to the working environment on Scilab software package and its different tools. This course was conducted from Sept. 07 – 12, 2015.
  3. A Value Addition Student Training Program on Linux Certification was conducted for BE students. The program was intended to enhance the programming skills of students in Linux operating system. A total of 53 students had participated in the program. The program was conducted from Sept. 08 – 12, 2015.
  4. The Value Addition program on PCB Design Workshop was conducted for SE and TE students. This two days program has made students capable of designing and developing printed circuit boards for small circuitry. In overall 40 students had actively participated in the workshop. The th0 days workshop was conducted from July. 11 – 12, 2015.
  5. The Value Addition program on Workshop on Raspberry Pi was conducted for BE students. The course contained various hands on tutorial sessions –for understanding of Raspberry Pi platform. In overall 22 students had actively participated in the workshop. The two days workshop was conducted from Aug. 22 – 23, 2015.
  6. The Value Addition program on C++ and JAVA Certification was conducted for SE students. This course was intended to provide an overview of C++ and JAVA programming languages. A total of 200 SE students had actively participated in the program. The program was conducted from Feb. 09 – Mar 19, 2016.
  7. The Value Addition program on Orientation workshop on ESRTOS & DIP was conducted for TE students. In overall 210 students had participated in the workshop. The workshop was conducted on March. 16, 2016.
  8. The Value Addition program on GTT – Barclays, Youth Employability Initiative was conducted for TE students. In overall 100 students had participated in the workshop. The workshop was conducted from Feb. to Mar, 2016.

 

Department of E & TC Engineering takes utmost efforts for overall development of students and as a part of it, department organized various Value Addition Programs in the year 2014-15. Details are as follows:

  1. The Value Addition program “C” certification was conducted for SE students. 169 students had participated in this program. This course was conducted from Sept. 15 – 24, 2014.
  2. A Value Addition Student Training Program on Linux Certification was conducted for BE students. The program was intended to enhance the programming skills of students in Linux operating system. A total of 92 students had participated in the program. The program was conducted from Sept. 15 – 24, 2014.
  1. The Value Addition program on Scilab certification was conducted for BE and ME students. 200 students had participated in this program. The learners are exposed to the working environment on Scilab software package and its different tools. This course was conducted from Sept. 15 – 24, 2014.
  1. A Value Addition Student Training Program Latex was conducted for ME students. This program was organized in order to enhance technical documentation abilities of PG students. The course included hands on tutorials and practice on Latex. Total 60 PG students had actively participated in this program. The program was conducted on Nov. 18, 2014.
  2. The Value Addition program on Workshop on Raspberry Pi – Part I was conducted for BE students. The course contained three tutorial sessions –for understanding the architecture and instruction sets of Raspberry Pi processor. In overall 19 students had actively participated in the workshop. The two days workshop was conducted from Sept. 25 – 26, 2014.
  3. The Value Addition program on C++ and JAVA Certification was conducted for SE students. This course was intended to provide an overview of C++ and JAVA programming languages. A total of 200 SE students had actively participated in the program. The program was conducted from Mar. 16 – 23, 2015.
  4. The Value Addition program SEED Idol C++ certification was conducted for TE students. The objective of this one day course was to acquire programming skills in SEED Idol C++ and explore job opportunities in the campus placements. Total of 375 students shown their interest to avail this certification.
  5. The Value Addition program on Workshop on Raspberry Pi – Part II was conducted for BE students. The course contained three tutorial sessions –for understanding programming aspects of Raspberry Pi processor. In overall 19 students had actively participated in the workshop. The two days workshop was conducted from Feb. 05 – 06, 2015.
  6. The Value Addition program on Intel Galileo workshop was conducted for ME students. This three days certification program has made students capable of designing and developing applications in the field of Internet of Things (IoT).In overall 37 PG students had actively participated in the workshop. The three days workshop was conducted from Feb. 16 – 18, 2015.

Undergraduate Engineering

Program Education Objectives (PEOs)

I. To sustain holistic development of students to pursue higher studies, successful entrepreneurship or cater needs of Indian and multinational industries, by providing excellent academic environment.
II. To develop students with solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals to solve engineering problems.
III. To nurture students with comprehensive knowledge and skills, to design & develop electronic systems for real life problems.
IV. To inculcate in students effective communication skills, teamwork skills, professional – ethical attitudes and cultivating ability in engineering issues through multidisciplinary domain to broader social context.Program Outcomes(POs)

a. Graduate gains an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
b. Student gets an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. Graduate student gets an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
d. Graduate student gets an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
e. Student gets an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
f. Graduate student gets an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g. Graduate student gets an ability to communicate effectively.
h. Student gets the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
i. Graduate student finds recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Student acquires knowledge of contemporary issues.
k. Graduate student finds an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
l. Graduate gains an ability to generate, preserve and share knowledge to work as a technical expert in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.Mapping of Program Educational Objectives with Expected Outcomes

Program Objectives

Program Outcomes

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Master of Engineering

Program Education Objectives (PEOs)

I. To serve the University, the Nation, and the Engineering profession by providing high quality educational programs to all students; engaging in research and scholarship that will extend knowledge; and assisting the economic development of the regional, state, and national economies through technology transfer.
II. To provide Post-graduate students with an excellent education through research and co-operative work experience/culture to enable successful, innovative, and life-long careers in Electronics and Telecommunication.
III. To sculpture Post-graduates students, to acquire the advanced level academic expertise and practical engineering experience necessary to function as Electronics and Telecommunication professional in a modern, ever-evolving world. Engrave Post-graduate students, to demonstrate competence by being selected for employment by industrial, academic or government entities or pursue further professional/doctoral studies.
IV. To understand the broad, social, ethical and professional issues of contemporary engineering practice. Post-graduation program will inculcate a mastery of underlying Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and related technologies, as well as professional, ethical, and   societal responsibilities.

 

Program Outcomes(POs)

a. Masters students of this program have ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences and engineering to Electronics and Telecommunication problems.
b. Post graduate students gain an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. Learners of this program built an ability to design a system, component, devices, or process to meet desired needs.
d. Masters students of this program have an ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams and also as an individual for solving issues of Electronic and Telecommunication.
e. Learners of this program have an ability to identify, formulate, and solve Engineering problems by applying mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and Electronics and Telecommunication theory in the modeling and design of Electronics systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
f. Post graduates have an ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and also understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
g. Develop an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering EDA tools necessary for Electronics and Telecommunication practices.
h. Learners of this program have an ability to evaluate Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering problems with cost effectiveness, features, user friendliness etc. to cater needs for product development.
i. Igniting master’s students to peruse inventive concept to provide solutions to industrial, social or nation problem.
j. Masters of this program generate an ability to identify, inspect, analyze, interpret and communicate research results.
k. Post graduates recognize the need and an ability to engage in life-long learning and knowledge of contemporary issues.
l. Masters of this program put on the broad education necessary to understand the impact of Electronics and Telecommunication solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal prospective.

Information Technology :

The Information Technology department was established in the year 1999. It is one of the pioneers in starting the course in University of Pune. The department offers undergraduate BE (IT) and post graduate ME(IT) programs. It is one of the few department that is ranked in the Merit List of the University of Pune for its High Quality Standards

AboutUs

The I.T. curriculum shares fundamental courses of computer engineering syllabi and mainly focuses on new paradigms of the IT industries i.e. Software management, software engineering, software quality control, testing and high-end technologies. The course is designed to provide skill set for the role of a leader in the IT industries.

The department has senior and experienced staff. The infrastructure is state of the art and well maintained. The department was accredited by NBA in 2006 and 2009.

The IT department plays a lead role in providing IT related services and support to the other STES establishments

Facilities


The department has well-equipped labs with state-of-the-art infrastructure (hardware and software) with uninterrupted power supply and Wi-Fi facility. The institute has a tie-up with Microsoft through Microsoft campus agreement which makes all Microsoft servers, operating systems and tools readily available for students to update their knowledge regarding current technologies.

Information assimilation at the departmental level happens through departmental library and digital library with strong support from central library in the form of e-journals from IEEE, ACM, Science direct etc. which is a strong motivation that instills a  sense of pursuing research both in faculty members and post graduate students alike.

 

Sr. No. Name of Laboratory Cost (in Rs.)
1 Programming Laboratory-I 4,51,850/-
2 Programming Laboratory-II 4,67,850/-
3 Computer Graphics Laboratory 4,59,850/-
4 Software Engineering Laboratory 3,79,400/-
5 Network Laboratory 4,99,850/-
6 Information System Design Laboratory 4,99,850/-
7 Elective Laboaratory 8,51,400/-
8 PG Laboratory 3,85,160/-
9 Hardware Laboratory 4,57,600/-
10 Microprocessor Laboratory 10,53,434/-
11 FPL Laboratory 14,72,461/-
12 CAD Laboratory 11,93,988/-

 

 

Infrastructure Details
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Information Access Facility
  • Other Facilities
    • Departmental Library (180 Titles)
    • Internet (16 Mbps)
    • Separate Cabins for Faculty (21 cabins)
    • Extra laboratory hours (beyond college time)
    • Centralized Computing Facilities (General + Technical)

Students Results


Department was established in 1999, since inception the department has maintained the tradition of excellent academic track record. The Cumulative passing percentage of the students from first year admission to final passing year is more than 70% and year-wise result is 85%.  The department has produced many University toppers since last 14 years.

Result Analysis

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Civil Engineering :

Civilization is a continuous process to provide comforts for mankind. Civil Engineering involves utilization of scientific knowledge for welfare of human beings. Over the years, shelter, water & communication have remained always on priority in national planning. Every construction activity – buildings, bridges, tunnels, roads, dams & canals, involve use of Men, Machines, Money & Materials.

Population growth & urbanization have invited new problems in urban planning such as water supply, waste disposal, transportation & global warming.

To overcome all these problems in infrastructural development & to build tomorrow’s India, role of Civil Engineer remains of prime importance even in the era of information technology.

Civil Engineering department in Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune, was established in the year 2000. As a symbol of academic excellence, the department received five years prestigious accreditation by NBA-Delhi. Along with post graduate courses in Structural Engineering, Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering, the department is also recognized as Research Centre by Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune for Ph. D. studies. Students of Civil Engineering have secured several university ranks in examinations & after graduation, they have secured key positions in professional organizations, including government sector.

The department is enriched with 13 laboratories equipped with sophisticated instruments, experienced & dedicated teaching faculty members in all specializations of all disciplines of Civil Engineering. Besides central library, departmental library provides various reference books and Journals. Industry offers sponsorship to projects for both undergraduate & post graduate studies. Many research projects are in progress with the help of financial assistance by BCUD, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. The department also offers testing and consultancy services in various disciplines of Civil Engineering.

Facilities

Sr. NAME OF LABORATORY(with list of major equipments)
1 Computer Laboratory
AutoCAD 2009
Primavera
Mike 11
ANSYS
CADian 2004 architecture
Strap software release, 11.0 Indian code
QE Pro Network version 5.6.1
Mathematica Professional software ver 5.2 windows
2 Concrete Technology
Compression Testing Machine
Concrete Permeability
Vibrating table, table top 1m x 1m
Vee Bee Consistometer
Concrete Test Hammer
3 Environmental Engineering
High Volume Sampler
Spectro-Photometer
Gas Chromatograph
BOD Auto Titrator
Environmental Engg. -WTP Design software (5 users)
ETP Design Software (5 users)
SS Design Software (5 users)
AWWT Software (5 users)
Argus One
4 Engineering Geology
5 Engineering Mechanics
6 Fluid Mechanics
Tilting Flume
Wind Tunnel
7 Geotechnical Engineering
Direct Shear Apparatus
Tri Axial Shear Apparatus
Standard Penetration Test (SPT)
Geotechnical Engg. – Single user CASTeR Software
8 Structural Dynamics Laboratory
Vertical Shake Table
Horizontal Shake Table with eccentric Cam
Experimental models
Electronic Instrumentation for Vibration  measurement
9 Surveying
Total Station Electronic (Trimble)
Theodolite( 1 Second) ( 5 No)
Total Station Pentax
Mirror Stereoscope (4)
Total Station Electronic (TOPCON)
Civil CAD Software 2010 full package
GPSMAP 76 CSX
10 Testing of Materials
Universal Testing Machine
Impact Testing Machine
Torsion Testing Machine
Tile Abrasion Testing Machine
Electronic Extensometer
Digital Indicator 4 line LCD display (LVDT)
11 Transportation Engineering
Ductility Testing Machine
Marshall Apparatus
California Bearing Ratio
Los Angeles Apparatus
Centrifuge Extractor

Photo Gallery of Major Equipments

BOD Incubator Gas chromatographer
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Oven
Compression Testing Machine Universal Testing Machine
Tri Axial Shear Apparatus Vertical Shake Table
Total Station Survey Transportation Engineering Laboratory

Production Engineering:

The Production Engineering is considered to be a specialized branch of Mechanical Engineering dealing with advanced manufacturing techniques. This sector of Engineering involving design, control and continuous improvement of integrated systems of Man Power, machinery, materials and finance in the production of goods and services. Presently the department has a sophisticated CNC production machine, high-end use software like Virtual Robot, Virtual CIM, I-deas,Automation studio,6-Axis Robots, EDM etc. The Department is well equipped with latest measurement laboratory consiats of 3D-Co-ordinate machine and other production associated with gadgets and equipments under foundry laboratory, machine tool laboratory and manufacturing automation laboratory.
The department is already accreditated for 3 years(2009-12). The Department is pursuing several research projects approved by AICTE, New Delhi & UniversityofPune.

Facilities

Sr. No Name of Lab Mode Major Equipments in the department
1 Computer Exclusive

∙ Six-Axis Robot

∙ 3DCo-ordinateMeasuring Machine

∙ Auto collimator

∙ CNC Mill and CNC Lathe

∙ Lapping Machine

∙ Tool Maker’s Microscope

∙ Radial Drilling Machine

∙ Milling Machine

2 Machine Tool Exclusive
3 Metrology and Quality control Exclusive
4 Metallurgy Exclusive
5 Welding and Foundry Exclusive
6 Theory of machines Sharing
7 Automation and Projects Exclusive
8 Industrial Fluid Power Sharing
9 Thermal Engg Sharing
10 Fluid Mechanics Sharing
11 Workshop Exclusive

Hardwares and Softwares

No. of computers

Total 34 (Core 2 Duo – 07, DualCore-08, and P-IV- 19)

Software’s

Sr. No. Name of software Application
1 AutoCAD Drafting, Detailing
2 Top solid software Die design
3 Pro-E wildfire 4.0 Solid Modeling , Assembly and simulation
4 Witness mfg. simulation Simulation in Automation
5 Reliability software Reliability Assessment
6 Autodesk-Inventer-7 Solid Modeling and Assembly
7 CADian Drafting, Detailing
8 Mat LAB Computing
9 Automation Studio Simulation in Automation

Computer Lab, Machine Tool Lab, Metrology Lab, Metallurgy Lab, Automation and Projects Lab

Name of Industry Visited for year -2014-15 & 15-16

  • Menon & Menon Ltd, Kolhapur
  • Pune Zilha Sahakari Dudh Utpadak Sangh Maryadit Katraj dairy Pune .
  • Shree Karvir Nivasini Mahalsxmi  ISPAT Pvt Ltd, Gokul Shirgaon Kolhapur
  • Fluid Flow Control System Pvt. Ltd.  MIDC-Bhosari, Pune
  • Thyssen Krupp Industries Pvt, Ltd, Pimpri, Pune.
  • TATA MOTORS, Chinchwad, Pune
  • GKN Sinter Metals Pvt. Ltd. Pune.
  • Exolloys Engineering Pvt. Ltd.  Pune
  • Mather and Platt, Chinchawad, Pune

Students Activities :

Sr.

No

Name of Event Date of conduction Name of Resource person and organisation
1 One day workshop on Lean Manufacturing-Industrial Case Studies 27/08/2015

Mr. Mahesh Jaydeokar

Consultant In Industrial Engineering ,Pune.

2 Workshop on PLC Programming 08/09/2015

Mr.Nilesh Narvekar

nGEN Technologies Pune

3 Mechatronics & Automation in Industry 25/08/2015 Mr.Nilesh Narvekar CEO,                     nGEN AUTOMATION Bhugaon Mulshi 9822453948 nilesh@ngen-group.com
4 PLC  Programming 8/9/2015 Mrs. Megha Khandelwal                     Product Manager                                               nGEN AUTOMATION  Bhugaon Mulshi 9822453948 nilesh@ngen-group.com
5 One Day Programme on Non destructive testing and hands on training 14/03/2016

Mr. Vikas Dighe

Consultant

Techonocon Services Pune.

6 Guest Lecture on “Modular Fixture Design” 18/03/2016 Mr. Vitthal Barve Manager Mahindra & Mahindra, Pune. kobrastampings@rediffmail.com

Chemical Engineering :

Chemical Engineering is serving as ‘backbone’ for the entire spectrum of the process industry .Its direct involvement into the fields of petrochemicals, production of inorganic and organic chemicals, food processing industry and waste recycle has made its mark among the core engineering sciences. Now its entry into the multiple discipline of Environmental engineering , Energy conservation, Cosmetology and Biotechnology is paving new ways for advancement in science and technology .Chemical engineers design, build and operate the plants to produce the materials we use in today’s complex society such as petrol , plastics, processed foods , fertilizers ,paints, cement, paper and pharmaceuticals. These are among the products created by chemical engineering.

Chemical engineering is also involved in the development of new materials such as polymers, ceramics, composites, biomaterials and nonmaterial.

The department has well equipped laboratories and computer center with internet access. Department is also having high precision analytical instruments like UV – Visible Spectrophotometer and AAS.

Student association of the department organizes national level technical event such as Excelsior.The event is usually sponsored by industries.

List of STTP/Workshop/Conferences/FDP/Seminars conducted

Sr. No. Title of STTP/Workshop/Conferences/FDP/Seminars conducted Year
1 National conference on Green Technologies for Sustainable Development 2015-16
2 STTP on Recent Advances in Nanopolymer Technology 2014 – 15
3 FDP on Sophisticated Instrumental Analysis Techniques 2013-14
4 Two Day State level Seminar on Recent Advances in Natural Product Extraction 2012-13
5 FDP on Advanced Materials for Engineering Applications 2012-13

Participants during valedictory function “Recent Advances in Natural Product Extraction”along with speakers, HOD & Coordinator

Dr. J. A. Kher, COE, Pune (R) at Valedictory Function.

Keynote address by Dr. D. N. Naik (Scientist, Agharkar Research Insitute, Pune)

FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN SDP/ STTP/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP

YEAR 2015-16

Sr.No Name of Faculty Title of course Institute Date, Year
1. Sunita S. Patil Two days Workshop on “Chemical Reactor Design- Attainable Region Approach” Dept. of Chemical Engg., MIT Academy of Engineering, Pune 3rd & 4thDecember 2015
2.

P.L.V.N. Saichandra

V.S. Ashtekar

Two days National Level Seminar on “Myths & Facts for Food Safety & Standards” Sinhgad College of Pharmacy, Pune

19th & 20thJanuary

2016

3. Dr. J.G.Gujar Two days National Level Seminar on Application of Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering” Dept. of Chemical Engg., MAE Alandi 5th & 6th February 2016
4. Dr. J.G.Gujar AICTE Sponsored One Week STTP on “RecentDevelopment in Biopolymer technology & Opportunities”

KIT College of

Engineering, Kolhapur

8th to 13th June 2015
5. Dr. S.S. Barkade Training Program on “Unit Operations & Unit Processes with Plant Visit” Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers, Chembur, Mumbai 6th to 8th July, 2015
6. Deepti Patil

Training Program on “Unit Operations & Unit Processes with

Plant Visit”

Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers, Chembur, Mumbai 9th to 11th July, 2015
7. V.H. Bankar One Day Visit to “Adarsh Gaon” Patoda District , Aurangabad by NSS, SPPU, Pune 22nd August, 2015
8. Dr. J. G. Gujar One week short term training programme on “Recent Trends in Chemical Science for Engineering and Technology” under TEQIP Phase – II Department of Chemistry and Physics, Government College of Engineering, Karad 23rd to 27th May 2016
9.

P.L.V.N.Saichandra

S.A. Ghodke

Training Program on “Unit Operations & Unit Processes with Plant Visit” Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers, Chembur, Mumbai 13th to 18th June, 2016
10.

Dr.S.S. Barkade

S.A. Ghodke

State level faculty development program on “Entrepreneurship” Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune 11th to 13thFebruary, 2016

FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN SDP/ STTP/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP

YEAR 2014-15

Sr.No Name of Faculty Title of course Institute Date, Year
1. V.H. Bankar Training on “Fluid flow, unit operations and Unit processes with plant visit” Rashtriya Chemical Fertilizers, Chembur 3rd to 5th July 2014
2. R.S. Deshpande Training on “Fluid flow, unit operations and Unit processes with plant visit” Rashtriya Chemical Fertilizers, Chembur 1st & 2nd July, 2014
3. D.S. Patil International Seminar on “Frontiers of Ceramic & material technologies for cement industries” PDA college of engineering, Gulbarga 17th & 18thNovember, 2014
4. R.S. Deshpande V.S. Ashtekar P.L.V.N. Saichandra Three-days Intensive Course On “Process Equipment  Design”

MIT Academy of

Engineering,

Alandi

27th to 29thNovember,2014
5. Sunita Patil Indo-Russian Workshop on “High Performance computing for computer aided engg. & sciences” CDAC, Pune 18th to 20thNovember 2014
6. S.A. Ghodke Two day seminar on “Scientific /Research Paper writing” SPPU& INSA 17th and 18thDecember, 2014
7.

Dr. S.S. Barkade,

R.S. Deshpande, P.L.V.N. Saichandra, Sunita Patil, Deepti Patil

STTP on “Innovative Trends Towards Excellence in CETP Management” approved by ISTE Department of Applied Sciences & Civil Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune 6th to 10th April, 2015.
8. Dr. Jotiram Gujar Two Weeks Summer School on “Recent Developments in Bioprocess Technology and Opportunities – RDBTO” Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi College of Engineering, Kolhapur 3rd to 13th June, 2015
9. P.L.V.N. Saichandra One Week Orientation Program on “Research Methodology” JNTU, Anantapuramu 15th to 20th June, 2015

FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN SDP/ STTP/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP

YEAR 2013-14

Sr.No Name of Faculty Title of course Institute Date, Year
1. V.H. Bankar STTP on “Unit operations, fluid flow, unit processes with industrial visit” Rashtriya Chemical Fertilizers, Chembur 1st to 6th July, 2013
2. Dr. S.M. Chavan Leadership Development Programme by Wren & Pecker Sinhgad Institutes, Narhe 8th to 10th Dec 2013
3. A.P. Kulkarni “Virtual Labs” sponsored by National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology”, MHRD, Govt. of India College of Engineering, Pune. 2nd to 12thDecember, 2014
4. V.S. Ashtekar

One Week Faculty Development Programme On

“Sophisticated Instrumental Analysis Techniques”

Dept. of Chemical Engg., Sinhgad College of Engg., Pune 7th to 11th October, 2013
5. V.H. Bankar, Dr. J.G. Gujar, P.L.V.N. Saichandra Two days workshop on “Role of Bio-Energy in Sustainable Growth” MAE, Alandi 30th to 31st August, 2013
6.

Dr. J.G. Gujar,

R.S.Deshpande,

V.H.Bankar

Teacher Advancement Program Level 1 & 2 byWren and pecker Sinhgad Technical Education Society, Pune 21st to 23rdNovember, 2013
7.

P.L.V.N. Saichandra

Dr. S.S. Barkade

Teacher Advancement Program Level 1 & 2 by Wren and pecker Sinhgad Technical Education Society, Pune 5th to 7thDecember, 2013

FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN SDP/ STTP/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP

YEAR 2012-13

Sr.No Name of Faculty Title of course Institute Date, Year
1. P.L.V.N. Saichandra Attended Training on “Fluid flow, Unit Operations & Unit process with plant visit” Rashtriya Chemical Fertilizers, Chembur, Mumbai 2nd to 7th July, 2012
2. Sunita . S. Patil Attended One Week TEQIP-II Sponsored FDP on “Nano-materials and Nano-composites” College of Engineering, Pune 3rd to 7thDecember, 2012
3.

S.S. Barkade,

S.A. Ghodke,

S.R.Shirsath

Attended FDP on “Advanced Materials for Engineering Materials (AMEA-2012)” Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune 10th to 14 thDecember, 2012
4.

A.P. Kulkani,

S.P. Kodolikar,

Dr. Veena Doss

Attended “IInd World congress for man & nature- 2012 on Global change impact on biodiversity, culture & technology” IInd World congress for man & nature- 2012 on Global change impact on biodiversity, culture & technology, Nagpur 3rd to 5thNovember, 2012
5. S.R. Shirsath Workshop on “Sono-process Engg. & Reactors for Nano-materials” Dept. of Chemical Engg., NIT , Warangal under TEQIP-II 23rd & 24thFebruary, 2013
6. R.S. Deshpande “Challenges for chemical engineering faculty to meet industry needs” Datta Meghe Engg. College , Navi Mumbai 6th to 11th May, 2013
7.

V.H. Bankar,

R.S.Deshpande,

Dr.S.M.Chavan,

S.R. Shirsath,

Dr.J.G.Gujar

Attended One Day Workshop on Syllabus Revision at S.E & M.E BOS, BCUD & MIT, Pune 26th February, 2013
8.

Sunita Patil

P.L.V.N. Saichandra

Attended State level Seminar on “Advances in Enzyme Technology” Dept. of Biotechnology, Sinhgad College of Engg., Pune 19th March, 2013

FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN SDP/ STTP/ SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP

YEAR 2011-12

Sr.No Name of Faculty Title of course Institute Date, Year
1.

D.S Patil

V.H. Bankar

Two Week ISTE Workshop on “Heat Transfer” under National

Mission on Education Through IOCT by Govt. of India

Cummins

College of

Engineering

29th Nov. 2011to

10th Dec. 2012

2.

P.L.V.N. Saichandra

S.S. Desai

One Week workshop on “Soft Chem” SCOE, Pune

5th July to 9th

July 2011

3. S.S. Desai Workshop on “Future Manufacturing concepts” in ICT & Bayer Tech Services India

ICT,

Mumbai

3rd & 4th

February,2012

4.

V.S. Ashtekar,

D.S. Patil,

P.L.V.N. Saichandra

Two Week ISTE Workshop on “Computational Fluid

Dynamics”

under National Mission on Education through

IOCT by Govt. of India

VIT, Pune,

COEP

12th to 22nd

June 2012

5. S.R.Shirsath Attended Summer Research Programme

ICT,

Mumbai

02nd May to

02nd July, 2011

In year 2004, research centre was established at Department of Chemical Engineering. It is affiliated by University of Pune and recognized by University of Pune. UG, PG and PhD students perform their research work at the centre. Faculty members from the department perusing their PhD also perform research work at the centre. Research work on projects funded by AICTE , BCUD and IIChE also being carried out at the centre.

Various projects on separation science, synthesis and characterization of nano particles , separation of Ni from aqueous solution by nanofiltration , sonophotocatalytic degradation of dyes , herbal extraction have been carried out. All UG, PG, PhD students and faculty members use following analytical instruments for completion of their research work.

The department has a separate Industry Interaction cell which consists of two      experts from industry and two from the department. Every year at the begining of the semister department conducts meeting of Industry Institute Interaction cell through which the suggestions from industry experts are taken and accordingly implemented in arranging guest lectures, deciding final year projects and other industry related activities in the department

List of experts in Industry Institute Interaction cell

Sr. No Name of Member Designation Occupation
1) Mr. Prasad Patgaonkar Chairman, III cell. Director, probacus Engineering solutions Pvt. Ltd,Pune
2) Mr. Subodh Jejurkar Member, III Cell GeneralManager,Texol Engineering Solutions Pvt. Ltd,Pune
3) Mr. Shailesh Ghodke, Member, III Cell Asst.Professor, SCOE,Pune
4) Dr. S.M.Chavan. Member, III Cell Head of Chemical Department,SCOE,pune

Students Achievements :

Achievements of students

2015 – 16

Extra Curricular Activity- Sports/Cultural:

Sr. no. Name Of Students Year Activity & Event Achievement

1

Ankita Mankar S. E. DZMA, Street Play, Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune First Prize

2

Ruturaj Kolte S. E. DZMA, Street Play, Symbiosis Institute of Design, Pune First Prize

3

Priyanka Bhagawat S. E.

MOOD INDIGO 2015

Aagaz

Third Prize

4

Priyanka Bhagawat S. E. PVGCOET, ALGORYTHM 2016, Street Play Runner Up

Co-curricular Activity-

Sr. No.

Name of the Student Year Activity and Event Achievement

1

Aamir Bombaywala S. E. Paper Presentation SCHEMCON  -2015 First Prize

2

Shubham Phalle S. E. Paper Presentation SCHEMCON  -2015 First Prize

3

Shubham Wankhede S. E. Paper Presentation SCHEMCON -2015 First Prize

4

Shikha Gupta S. E. Paper Presentation SKNCOE, Pune Second Prize

2014 – 15

Extra Curricular Activity- Sports/Cultural:

Sr. No

Name of the student

Year

Activity

Organizer

Price/Rank

1 Prachiti Bedadur S.E. Scrabblement, Melange VIT,Pune Third

Co-curricular Activity-

Sr. No.

Name of the Student

Year

Activity and Event

Achievement

1

Charuta Bapat S.E. Quizperiment, Melange,VIT, Pune Second

2

Divyesh Padsumbiya S.E. Quizperiment, Melange,VIT, Pune Second

2013 – 14

Extra Curricular Activity- Sports/Cultural:

Sr. no. Name Of Students Year Activity & Event Achievement

1

Pranav Bontadkar B.E. ENGINEERING TODAY 2013 Quiz Competition First

2

Swaraj Deodhar B.E. ENGINEERING TODAY 2013 Quiz Competition First

3

Swaraj Deodhar B.E. M-Pulse 13 Quiz –O-Mania First

4

Swaraj Deodhar B.E. Sinhgad Karandak Techtonic Psychosis First

5

Prayati Awati S.E. Sinhgad Karandak Inter campus Table Tennis Runner up

6

Sanika Deokule T.E. Sinhgad Karandak Inter campus Throwball Winner

7

Gaurav Mhatre S.E.

University of Pune  Pune District Sports Zone

4X100 m relay

Winner

Co-curricular Activity-

Sr. No.

Name of the Student Year Activity and Event Achievement

1

Pranit Pandhere B.E. Melange 2013  Aspent First

2

Joel Mathews B.E. Plant Design Athlon Melange 2014 Second

3

Nitish Tiwari B.E. Plant Design Athlon Melange 2014 Second

4

Sanika Pendse B.E. Sinhgad Karandak Techtonic – Chemtech First

5

Neha Jaikar B.E. Sinhgad Karandak Techtonic – Chemtech First

2012 – 13

Extra Curricular Activity- Sports/Cultural:

Sr. no.

Name Of Students

Year

Activity & Event

Achievement

1.

Rigved Deshpande

T.E.

Ex-Quiz-Ite, at SCOE, Pune.

 

First Prize

2.

Rigved Deshpande

T.E.

Quiz-o-mania, at PES Modern COE, Pune.

First Prize

3.

Pranav Bontadkar

T.E.

Ex-Quiz-Ite, at SCOE, Pune.

First Prize

4.

Pranit Pandere

T.E.

Aspent, Melange 2013 at Vit, Pune.

First Prize

5.

Roshan Chordiya

T.E.

Aspent, Melange 2013 at Vit, Pune.

First Prize

6.

Rigved Deshpande

T.E.

Quiz Competition, at SKNCOE.

Second Prize

7.

Pranav Bontadkar

T.E.

Quiz Competition, at SKNCOE.

Second Prize

Co-curricular Activity-

Sr. No.

Name of the Student

Year

Activity and Event

Achievement

1.

Ashwini Kulkarni

T.E.

Received Scholarship for UG, Lila Poonawalla Foundation

Scholarship

2011 – 12

Extra Curricular Activity- Sports/Cultural:

Sr. no. Name Of Students Year Activity & Event Achievement
1 Chinmay Mahajan S.E. Chess Winner
2 Pranav Bontadkar S.E. Chemo Quiz Third Prize
3 Pranav Bontadkar S.E. IQ Tastail First Prize
4 Swraj Deodhar S.E. Chemo Quiz, (Melange 2012) Third Prize
5 Rigved Deshpande S.E. Sherlock Homes Third Prize
6 Pooja Padmakumar T.E. Basketball Winner
7 Pooja Padmakumar T.E. Lawn Tennis Winner
8 Pooja Padmakumar T.E. Basketball Tournament Winner
9 Pooja Padmakumar T.E. Intercollegiate Debate Competition Second Prize
10 Pooja Padmakumar T.E. Lawn Tennis Second Prize
11 Pooja Padmakumar T.E. CACOPHONY Debate Second Prize

Co-curricular Activity-

Sr. No.

Name of the Student Year Activity and Event Achievement

1

Pooja Padmakumar T.E. Paper Presentation Second Prize

2

Ajinkya Deshmukh B.E. Paper Presentation First Prize

3

Sarang Barde B.E.

Chemical Quiz  MAE QUEST 2011

 

Winner

4

Mrunali Dhote B.E. Industry defined problem MAE QUEST 2011

Winner

2nd Position

5

Mamta Dudhanikar B.E. Industry defined problem  MAE QUEST 2011

Winner

2nd Position

Biotechnology :

B. Tech Biotechnology course run by Sinhgad College of Engineering is the first AICTE approved course in Savitribai Phule Pune University. It is four years degree course under Engineering faculty. B. Tech Biotechnology course is designed to give equal weightage to engineering and Biology. Biology subjects include Microbiology, Biochemistry, Animal Tissue culture, Molecular Biology, Immunology and diagnostics and fermentation technology along with engineering subjects like Thermodynamics, Unit operations, Fluid Flow, Mass transfer, Heat transfer, Reaction engineering and simulation & modeling. We also offer electives like Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Food Biotechnology, Stem cells and regenerative medicine etc in final year .As a part of curriculum students undertake project work in final year in areas like ATC, Stem cells, Molecular Biology, Bioseparations, Bioinformatics and Biosensors.

Department Of Biotechnology, SCOE, PUNE (DBT-SCOE): Department of Biotechnology is a part of Sinhgad College of Engineering. It is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University and recognized by AICTE, New Delhi. SCOE is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) AICTE, New Delhi and Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra . Department of Biotechnology is set in the area of 10,000 sq ft and has state of art laboratories like Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Cell Culture facility, Immunology, Bioinformatics and Fermentation. Faculty is actively engaged in research and consultancies in various areas such as Biochemical engineering, Bioseparations, Biosensors, Pharmacogenomics, Drug Discovery, Stem cells and Bioinformatics. Biotechnology Department can boast of research grants from Office of Principal Scientific Advisors, Govt of India, DST and ICMR worth 1 crore and several private funds. Ongoing research projects are in collaboration with premier institutions in India like IISc, CCMB, MAHE, UICT, IIT and Cornell University, USA.

Research :

Research Projects completed = 11 (Rs.1,37,00,000)
Ongoing project = 02 (Rs. 14,95,000)
Industrial and Consultancy Projects completed =04( Rs. 5,25,000)
Principal / Co-investigator = 07
Funding agency – DBT, DRDO, AICTE, BCUD (SPPU)

Funding by Different Agencies
 

Title of Project

Sponsoring Agency

Name of Researcher

Period for Project

Grant Sanctioned (Rs.)

Supplementation of vitamin B12 to improve B12-Folate ratio in pregnancy and its effect on birth outcomes. DHR-ICMR Joshi K.S.

2016-2018

16,01,250

Exploring Proliferative and Differentiation Potential of Ayurvedic Rasayanas using Human Umbilical Cord Mesenchyamal Stem Cells (MSCs) Science and Engineering Research Board, SERB, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Joshi K.S

2015-2016

14 Lakh

SNP and  expression of genes involved in metabolism of  PUFA of pregnant women and their association with neonate anthropometrics Indian Council of Medical Research, (ICMR), Govt. of India. Joshi K. S.

2011-2013

15  Lakh

Performance evaluation of heat removal method in solid state fermentation Institution of Engineers Utpat S. S.

2011-2012

20 Thousand

Functional Genomics of Asthma Office of Principal Scientific Advisor (PSA), Govt. of India, through Department of Science & Technology (DST). Joshi K. S.

2010-2013

47 Lakh

LCPUFA Status and Birth Outcome in India.      (Indo-US Project) Indian Council of Medical Research Joshi K. S.

2008-2010

10.84 Lakh

Genomic variation analysis & gene expression profiling of “Human Dosha-Prakruti based on Principles of Ayurveda Office of Principal Scientific Advisor (PSA), Govt. of India, through Department of Science & Technology (DST). Joshi K. S.

2007-2011

81 Lakh

Funding by Board of College & University Development (BCUD), Savitribai Phule Pune University.

Title of Project

Name of Researcher

Period for Project

Grant Sanctioned (Rs.)

Bio-prospecting and optimization of extraction of trans Resveratrol: Commercially important anti-aging antioxidant polyphenol.

Joshi K. S.

Kulkarni S. J.

2016-18

2.30 Lakh

Novel method for Biofuel production

Jolhe P. D.

Rajput J. K.

2016-18

1.20 Lakh

Synthesis of Nanoparticles using plant extract in microreactors Jolhe P.D.

2016-18

1.40 Lakh

Microbial degradation of Polyurathane Foam. Jolhe P.D.

2013-15

2.70 Lakh

Standardization of insect cell line fermentation for Production of Bioactive Molecules Kulkarni S.S

2014-16

1.90 Lakh

Cultivation of micro algae using industrial effluents Sailaja P.        Dhamole P.B

2012-2014

1.75 Lakh

Protein separation by microfiltration under electric field Jolhe P. D.

2011-2013

2.00 Lakh

Underutilization of Solid state Packed bed fermenters Dhamole P.B     Utpat S. S.

2009-2012

3 Lakh

Cloning of Human Dideptidyl peptidase (DPP)4, 8 and 9 Shukla S. G.

2009-2012

3 Lakh

Development of Acid phosphatase based Biosensor for heavy metal ion detection

Joshi K. S.

Kulkarni S. J.

2009-2012

2.50 Lakh

INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS COMPLETED

Sr. No.

Title of the Project

Industry / Organisation

Name of Faculty

Consultancy Charges Received (Rs.)

1

Metabolic Disorders

Glenmark

Dr. K.S.Joshi

75,000

2

ADHD Project

Nisarga Biotech

Dr. K.S.Joshi

1,50,000

3

Heinz-Multinutrient Project

Heinz

Dr. K.S.Joshi

2,00,000

4

Nano Particles bound Natural Products for Treatment of HIV

A.J. Organica Pvt. Ltd.

Dr. K.S.Joshi

1,00,000

 

 

 

 

Research Publications – by Faculty

Sr.

No.

Name of the Faculty

Title of the Paper

Name of the Journal

Volume& Page

Year

1.

Mr.P.D.Jolhe

Green Route for Silver Nanoparticles by Raphanus Sativus Extract in a Continuous Flow Tubular Microreactor

International Journal of Nanoscience

Vol. 15, No. 3

2016

2.

Mr.P.D.Jolhe

Sonochemical formation of peracetic acids in a continuous flow microstructured reactor

Chemical Engineering Journal

276 (2015) 91-96

2015

3.

Dr. K.S.Joshi

Folate metabolic pathway single nucleotide polymorphisms: a predictive pharmacogenetic marker of methotrexate response in Indian (Asian) patients with rheumatoid arthritis”

International journal of Pharmacogenomics

2019-34-

2015

4

Dr. K.S.Joshi

FOXO3 Gene polymorphism associated with asthma in Indian Population

Molecular biology International

Vol 2015

Nov 2015

5

Dr. K.S.Joshi

DNA methylation analysis of phenotype specific stratified Indian population

Journal of translational Medicine

13/151

July 2015

6

Dr. K.S. Joshi

Genome wide analysis correlates Ayurveda Prakriti

Scientific Reports

5/157-86

June 2015

7

Mr. P.D. Jolhe

Sonochemical Synthesis of peracetic acid in a continuous flow micro-structured reactor

Elsevier

5/1385-89

April 2015

8

S. .A. Ghodke

Dr. K.S.Joshi

Studies on fragrance delivery from inorganic Nanocontainers: Encapsulation, Release and Modeling studies

Springer

96/63-65

27 March 2015

9

Ms. Sneha Deshpande

Thermodynamic and kinetic characterization of transmembrane helix association

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

17/1390-1398

2015

10

Dr. S. J. Kulkarni

Development of acid phaosphate inhibition based Amperometric  Biosensorfor determination of inorganic phosphate.

International conference proceedings IEEE

63

March 2015

11

Dr. Sarita Mahajani

Production of bioactive compounds using marine isolates in co-culturing systems.

International Journal of Current Engineering and Scientific Research

Vol-2

Issue-2

2015

12

Mr. Prashant Thorat

Microfiltration of synthetic bacteria using low cost ceramic membrane

Separation Science and Technology

50:1, 121-15

2014

13

Mrs. Sailaja.P

Ultrasonic Extraction of phenolics from seasonal fruits and investigation  of the adsorption capacity of ultrasonicated fruit residues

International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering

03

2014

14

Ugbabe, G. E

Kalpana S.J

Molecular phylogeny of Nigerian Bignoniaceae juss. based on the chloroplast DNA sequences of rbcL and ndhF genes.

Asian Academic Research Journal Of Multidisciplinary

ISSN: 2319 – 2801

423-440

1 (19), March 2014,

15

Sailaja P, Tejas Kunte

Ammonium nitrogen reduction from municipal waste water and industrial effluents using Microalgae.

International journal of Multidisciplinary research.(IJMR)

Jaihind society

Vol II issue12

(1) Mar 2014 ISSN 2277-9302

16

Gadgil MS1, Joshi KS,

Association of homocysteine with global DNA methylation in vegetarian Indian pregnant women and neonatal birth anthropometrics

J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med.

Pubmed

2014 Feb 3

17

Jayesh Mahatre

Shraddha Kulkarni

Formulation and evaluation of antibacterial activity of herbal ointment prepared from crude extracts of Aegle marnelos (Bael)

International journal of Pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.

Academic Sciences

Vol-6

10th Feb 2014

18

Maithili Gadgil, Kalpana Joshi

Imbalance of folic acid and vitamin B12 is associated with birth outcome: an Indian pregnant women study accepted in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Nature

2014 January 22

19

Kalpana Joshi

Docosahexanoic acid (DHA) content is significantly higher in ghrita prepared by traditional method

Journal of ayurveda and integrative medicine

JAIM

Pubmed

Volume : 5

Issue 2

Page : 85-88,

2014

20

Shraddha Utpat

P. B. Dhamole

Effect of periodic water addition on citric acid production in solid state fermentation

Journal of the institution of engineers (India) Series E

Springer

30 Dec,2013

21

Ugbabe, G. E

Kalpana S.J

Ultrastructure of the pollen grains in the family Bignoniaceae Juss.

Nigeria International Journal of Medicinal Plants Research

Vol. 2 (9), pp. 254-060

ISSN: 2169-303X

December, 2013,.

22

Arvind Chopra

Kalpana Joshi

Ayurvedic Medicine Offers Good Alternative to Glucosamine and Celecoxib in the Treatment of Symptomatic Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Double Blind Controlled Equivalence Drug Trial

 

British Journal of Rheumatology

Pubmed

2013 August

23

Vinod H Gupta

Kalpana, Joshi

Association of NAT2 and CYP2E1 gene polymorphisms with antituberculosis drug induced toxicity in Western India

Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. (IF= 2.865)

Pubmed

22 JUL 2013

24

Vinod H Gupta

Kalpana Joshi

Association of GST null genotypes with antituberculosis drug induced hepatotoxicity in Western Indian population,

Annals of Hepatology (accepted) (IF=2.1)

Pubmed

06/18/2013

25

Mohd Fauzi

Kalpana, Joshi

Chemogenomics Approaches to Rationalizing the Mode-of-Action of Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicines

Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling

Pubmed

25 March 2013

Research Publications year wise
Number of Publications international, national
International Conferences attended by Faculty

Sr. No.

Title of conference

Level

Arranged By

Name of Faculty

Date

1

European Academy of Asthma, Allegy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI)

International

Barcelona,Spain

Dr. K.S. Joshi

May 18,2015

2

Pacific Ag Research, Florida & Microbiologist Society

International

Tampa, Florida,USA

Dr.S.U.Mahajani

June 6-10,2015

3.

Asthma Management And Health Education

International

Denver,Colorado USA

Dr. K.S. Joshi

Nov 19-21,2015

4.

‘International symposium on “Emerging discoveries in Microbiology”

International

JNU Delhi

Dr.S.U.Mahajani

Dec 7-10, 2015

5.

‘International symposium on “Emerging discoveries in Microbiology”

International

JNU Delhi

Mrs. S.S. Kulkarni

Dec 7-10, 2015

6.

International conference Bioprocessing India 2016

International

IIT, Chennai

Mrs. S.S. Kulkarni

Dec 17-19, 2015

7.

Advances in Asian Medicine

International

Bharti Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune

Dr. K.S. Joshi

Jan 3-7, 2016

8.

Herbal and synthetic drug studies

International

ZVM Abeda Inamdar College, Pune

Dr. K.S. Joshi

Jan 7-9,2016

9.

Biotechnology and    Bioinformatics

International

Pune

Mrs. S.S. Kulkarni

Feb 5-7,2016

Research Publications in Seminar/ Conference by Students

Name of the Student

Activity

Details of Conference

National/

International

Prize received

Asawari Kale

Paper Presentation

National Conference on “Green Technologies for Sustainable Development (NCGTSD-2016)

11-12 March 2016

Participated

Swati Marwadi

Paper Presentation

National Conference on “Green Technologies for Sustainable Development (NCGTSD-2016)

11-12 March 2016

Participated

Mihir Gupte

Poster Presentation

Bioprocessing India 2015 conference, IIT Madras

17-19 Dec 2015

Participated

Jyotsna Gokavi

Poster Presentation

Conference of Association of Microbiologist of India (AMI-2015), JNU New Delhi

7-10 Dec 2015

Participated

Mihir Gupte

Poster Presentation

Conference of Association of Microbiologist of India (AMI-2015), JNU New Delhi

7-10 Dec 2015

Participated

Manish Shetty

Poster Presentation

Conference of Association of Microbiologist of India (AMI-2015), JNU New Delhi

7-10 Dec 2015

Participated

Nirmitee Mulgaonkar

Poster Presentation

Conference of Association of Microbiologist of India (AMI-2015), JNU New Delhi

7-10 Dec 2015

Participated

Pooja Bait

Poster Presentation

Conference of Association of Microbiologist of India (AMI-2015), JNU New Delhi

7-10 Dec 2015

Participated

Paper presentation and Competitions Activities (2014-15)

Name of the Student

Activity

Details of Conference

National/

International

Prize received

Richa Panjwani

Paper Presentation

International Conference on Biotechnology, ICBCCE, Goa.

4th Jan 2015

Participated

Jyotsna Gokavi

Poster Presentation

International Conference on Biotechnology & Bioinformatics (ICBB-2015)

6-8 Feb 2015, Pune.

Participated

Richa Panjwani

Paper Presentation

National Conference on “Recent Trends and Innovations in Microbial World”.

15-16 Jan 2015

Participated

Sadhana Bokad

Paper Presentation

Conference “Affinity and Confluence 14”.
MAEER’s MIT Pune

Participated

MBA

The candidates from all the disciplines take admission for MBA Course with the aim of providing a platform which helps them in grooming for future, the department concentrates on overall development of the students.

Being a part of Sinhgad College of Engineering, with largest number of sanctioned intake of students, the Department of Management Studies has the intake of 60. The students are exposed to multidisciplinary environment and opportunities available. The Teacher Guardian scheme relaxes parents by extending parental approach in the institute too. It contributes in knowing the student personally where one can discuss performance, shortfall and other aspects of academics, personal problems with the teacher guardian with assured confidentiality.

Throughout the 2 years duration students get wider scope to accomplish the heights they might have thought of. The opportunities to participate in various academic, co curricular, extracurricular and placement activities help to nurture and fulfill their dreams. The stepwise guidance given to the students for selection of specialization builds up confidence. The student council actively participates in decision making and smooth conduction of various activities in the department.

To sum up students start developing and implementing the managerial skills while they still are a part of the department.

Considering the number of students pursuing various management courses from all Sinhgad Management Institutes, a Central Placement Cell (CPC) has been constituted under the leadership of Mr. G.K. Shahani as Chairman and Mr. M.B. Khurjekar as a Member Director. The Directors from all the Sinhgad Management Institutes are the members of the CPC. The centralized Placement activity has resulted in maximizing resources of Placement teams providing ample opportunities for students and logistic convenience to the corporates.

Objective

  • To manage Centralized Placement activities of ALL Sinhgad Institutes.
  • To provide ample opportunities to Management Students and to achieve cent per cent placements.
  • To organize campus recruitment for the students with industries and business houses of repute from all over India.
  • To prepare students for campus recruitment by arranging training in Aptitude tests, group discussions, preparing for Technical and HR interviews through professional trainers.
  • To promote career counselling by organizing guest speakers by senior corporate personnel and most importantly by the immediately placed senior students.
  • Industry – Institute tie-up arrangements with Industries & Corporates of repute for Campus recruitment.

Placement Cell

Shaping students towards their dream careers is the one point agenda at our specially formed Central Placement Cell. All our campuses are equipped with placement officers and coordinators ensuring value added interaction with management students. Our dedicated placement team works round the year developing contacts across various industries to search numerous jobs opening for our aspiring students. From our first batch, we have set a trend of more than 95% placement for aspiring management students making us as a natural choice among students for management studies.

Training and development is an ongoing process at Central Placement Cell. We prepare students to take on the competitive world through various seminars on recent challenges, trends, paper presentations, research exchange and case study competitions. This helps students to get an insight into the real corporate world. This practical knowledge helps them to perform their duties better for the various organizations they are placed in. The list of the Blue Chip companies who are our regular recruiters says it all.