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Evaluation Reports of the Department

Department of Computer Engineering


1. Name of the department: Computer Engineering
2. Year of establishment: 2007
3. Names of programmes / courses offered:
Sr. No.
1

Programme of Study
UG in Computer Engineering

Description
60 seats from 2007

4. Names of interdisciplinary courses and the departments/units involved:


Sr. No.

Department

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Applied Science &


Humanities

13
14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Electronic &
Telecommunication
Applied Science &
Humanities

Year
Semeste
Course
(FE/SE/T
r
E/BE)
Academic Year 2015-16
FE
I
Applied Mathematics-I (FEC101)
FE
I
Applied Physics-I (FEC102)
FE
I
Applied Chemistry I (FEC103)
FE
I
Engineering Mechanics (FEC104)
FE
I
Basic Electrical Engineering (FEC105)
FE
II
Applied Mathematics-II (FEC201)
FE
II
Applied Physics-II (FEC202)
FE
II
Applied Chemistry -II (FEC203)
FE
II
Engineering Drawing (FEC204)
FE
II
Communication Skills (FEC206)
SE
III
Applied Mathematics III (CSC301)
SE
IV
Applied Mathematics IV (CSC401)
SE
V
Business Communication and Ethics
(CPL502)
SE
IV
Computer Organization & Architecture
(CSC403)
SE
III
Electronic Circuits and Communication
Fundamentals (CSC306)
Academic Year 2014-15
FE
I
Applied Mathematics-I (FEC101)
FE
I
Applied Physics-I (FEC102)
FE
I
Applied Chemistry I (FEC103)
FE
I
Engineering Mechanics (FEC104)
FE
I
Basic Electrical Engineering (FEC105)
FE
II
Applied Mathematics-II (FEC201)
FE
II
Applied Physics-II (FEC202)
FE
II
Applied Chemistry -II (FEC203)
FE
II
Engineering Drawing (FEC204)
FE
II
Communication Skills (FEC206)
SE
III
Applied Mathematics III (CSC301)
SE
IV
Applied Mathematics IV (CSC401)
SE
V
Business Communication and Ethics

(CPL502)
Computer Organization & Architecture
(CSC403)
SE
III
Electronic Circuits and Communication
Fundamentals (CSC306)
Academic Year 2013-14
FE
I
Applied Mathematics-I (FEC101)
FE
I
Applied Physics-I (FEC102)
FE
I
Applied Chemistry I (FEC103)
FE
I
Engineering Mechanics (FEC104)
FE
I
Basic Electrical Engineering (FEC105)
FE
II
Applied Mathematics-II (FEC201)
FE
II
Applied Physics-II (FEC202)
FE
II
Applied Chemistry -II (FEC203)
FE
II
Engineering Drawing (FEC204)
FE
II
Communication Skills (FEC206)
SE
III
Applied Mathematics III (CSC301)
SE
IV
Applied Mathematics IV (CSC401)
SE
V
Business Communication and Ethics
(CPL502)
SE
IV
Computer Organization & Architecture
(CSC403)
SE
III
Electronic Circuits and Communication
Fundamentals (CSC306)
BE
VII
Digital Signal& Image Processing

14
15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

SE

Electronic &
Telecommunication

Applied Science &


Humanities

13
14
15

Electronic &
Telecommunication

16

IV

5. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system (programme wise):


Sr. No.
1
2

Programme of Study
UG in Computer Engineering
UG in Computer Engineering

Type of System
Semester from 2007 to 2012
CBGS from 2012 to till date

6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:


Sr. No.
Department
Year
Semester
Course
(FE/SE/T
E/BE)
Academic Year 2015-16
1

Applied Science &


Humanities

FE

II

Mechanical

SE

III

Civil

SE

III

Electronic &
Telecommunication
Applied Science &
Humanities

Academic Year 2014-15


SE
III
Object Oriented Programming
Methodology (CSC302)
FE
II
Structural Programming
Approach(FEC205)

Structural Programming Approach


(FEC205)
Data Base & Information Retrieval
System (MEL306)
Data Base & Information Retrieval
System (CE-C307)

Mechanical

SE

III

Civil

SE

III

Electronic &
Telecommunication
Applied Science &
Humanities

Data Base & Information Retrieval


System (MEL306)
Data Base & Information Retrieval
System (CE-C307)

Mechanical

Academic Year 2013-14


SE
III
Object Oriented Programming
Methodology (CSC302)
FE
II
Structural Programming
Approach(FEC205)
Data Base & Information Retrieval
SE
III

Civil

SE

1
2

System (MEL306)
Data Base & Information Retrieval
System (CE-C307)

III

7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.:


Collaborated Institute/Industry Course Conducted/Contribution
Sr. No.

Organization

Course

Academic Year 2015-16


1

ATS Microsoft Academy

C#.Net with Cloud Computing

Logicbits

Android Application Development

Codeest software factory

C++ Programming

Inbitec Solutions

Web Technologies

Maharashtra State Skill Development Computer Network Assistant


Society
Computer Hardware

Academic Year 2014-15


1

ATS Microsoft Academy

.Net Course

Yash Systems

Networking

Codest software factory

Website Development

Logicbits

Android Development
Academic Year 2013-14

ATS Microsoft Academy

.Net Course

Yash Systems

Hardware & Networking

Codeest software factory

C language

Logicbits

PHP

8. Details of courses/programmes discontinued (if any) with reasons:


Sr.No.

Name of Course

Semester

Analog & Digital Communication

III

Theory of Computer Science

Environmental Studies

Advanced Computer Network

VI

Advanced Microprocessor

Object Oriented Software Engineering

VI

Mobile Computing

VII

Project management

VII

System Security

VII

10

Distributed Computing

VIII

11

Multimedia System Design

VIII

12

Advanced Internet Technologies

VIII (Elective)

13

Computer Vision

VIII (Elective)

14

Human Computer Interaction

VIII (Elective)

Reasons
Included in Electronic
Circuits and
Communication
Fundamentals
Similar course included
in IVth Semester
Similar course included
in Ist Semester
Included in two
different courses NPL
& NTAL
Revised in new course
Microprocessor
Advanced in Structured
& Object Oriented
Analysis & Design
Mobile Communication
& Computing
Same course included
as Elective course in
VIth Semester
Advanced in
Cryptography &
System Security
Introduced Advanced
course in VIIIth
Parallel & Distributed
System
Due to Industry
requirement syllabus
revised
Elective course shifted
as compulsory course
in Vth semester as Web
Technologies and
Laboratory
Machine Learning
Same course Shifted to
compulsory course in
VIIIth semester as
Human Machine
Interaction

9. Number of teaching posts:


Sr. No.
1

Designation
Professor

Sanctioned
2

Filled
0

2
3

Associate Professors
Asst. Professors

4
8

0
14

10. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,


Regular faculty list:
Sr.
No.

Name

Qualific
ation

Designation
Asst. Professor
& HOD

Prof. A.K.
Mangore

PhD
Pursuing

Prof.
J.G.Borade

M.Tech.

3
4

Prof. M.A.
Khandake
Prof.D.N. Londhe
Prof. V.M.Nair

Prof. R.B.Pawar

M.E.

Prof. K.M.Gajmal

M.Tech.

M.Tech.
M.E.
M.Tech.

Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor

Asst. Professor

Area
Specialization

Big Data
Analytics
Computer
Networking
Analysis of
Algorithm
Data Structure
System Security
Operating System,
Open Source
Technologies
C, C++, Java
Programming

No of
years of
experience

No. Of Ph.D.
Students
guided for the
last 4 years

NIL

11

NIL

10

NIL

8
7

NIL
NIL

NIL

NIL

Temporary/ADHOC faculty list:

Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Name

Qualific
ation

Designation

Prof.M.R.Balpande

M.Tech.

Asst. Professor

Prof. D.G.Modani
Prof. P.P.Patil
Prof.V.N.Rane

M.Tech.
M.E.
M.Tech.

Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor
Asst. Professor

Prof.A.A.Bhosale

M.E.

Asst. Professor

Prof.P.R. Kalokhe

M.E.

Asst. Professor

Prof.D.A. Barhate

M.E.

Asst. Professor

11. List of senior visiting faculty: Nill

Area
Specialization

Digital Logic
Data Mining
Microprocessor
Computer
Networking
Database
Management
Data Warehousing
Computer
Graphics

No of
years of
experience

No. Of Ph.D.
Students guided
for the
last 4 years

7
7
6

NIL
NIL
NIL

NIL

6.5

NIL

6.5

NIL

NIL

12. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (programme wise) by
Temporary faculty: (2015-16, if possible for year 2016-17)
Department of
Computer Engineering
2015-16
2014-15
2013-14

% of lectures delivered

% of practical classes handled

55.10
75.40
73.98

56.44
80.67
77.34

13. Student -teacher ratio: (Academic Year: 2016-17)


Student -teacher ratio = 8:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff; Sanctioned
and filled:
Sanctioned
Academic Support Staff (technical)
Administrative Staff

5
0

Filled
5
0

15. Qualifications of teaching faculty with DSc/ D.Litt / Ph.D/ MPhil / PG.:
Qualification
Ph. D faculties
Ph. D pursuing faculty
PG faculty
UG faculty

No. Of staff
0
1
13
0

16. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from funding agencies and grants received:
a) National : Nill
b) International
Sr. No.

Funding Agency
NIL

Name of Project

Grant Received

17. Departmental projects funded by DST - FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc. and total
grants received:
Sr. No.

Funding Agency
NIL

Name of Project

18. Research centre /facility recognized by the university: NO

Grant Received

19. Publications:
a) Publication per faculty:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /international) by
faculty and students * Number of publications listed in International Database (For
Eg: Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Faculty publication details:
S.
N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Name of
the
faculty
Prof. J.G.
Borade
Prof. M.A.
Khandake
Prof.D.N.
Londhe
Prof.
V.M.Nair
Prof.
R.B.Pawar
Prof.
K.M.Gajmal
Prof. A.K.
Mangore
Prof. M.R.
Balpande
Prof. D.G.
Modani
Prof.
P.P.Patil
Prof.V. N.
Rane
Prof. A.A.
Bhosale
Prof. P.R.
Kalokhe
Prof. D.A.
Barhate

2012-13
IJ IC NJ NC IJ

2013-14
IC NJ NC

IJ

2014-15
IC NJ NC

IJ

2015-16
IC NJ NC

2
1

1
1

2
1

1
1

1
1

1
2

Faculty publication with impact factor:

Sr.
No.

Author/s

Name of Journal /
Conference

Prof. M.A.
Khandke

Computer Science And


Engineering

Prof. M.A.
Khandke

Computer Science And


Engineering

Title of Paper
Failure Recovery Using
RSWF Algorithm For
Advanced Reservation
In Optical Grid
Revised Slide Window
First Algorithm For
Advanced Reservation
In Optical Grid

Academic
Year

Impact
factor

2011-12

0.656

2012-13

0.656

Prof. D. N.
Londhe

Prof. M.A.
Khandke &
Prof. R.B.
Pawar

Prof. A.K.
Mangore

Prof. M.A.
Khandke

Prof. M.A.
Khandke &
Prof. R.B.
Pawar

Prof. J.G.
Borade

10

11

International Journal of
engineering Research
and technology.
IJERT
International Journal
of Engineering
Research &
Technology (IJERT)
Computer science and
engineering : An
International
Journal(CSEIJ)
International Journal
Of Informative And
Futuristic Research.
Ijifr
International Journal
Advanced Research In
Computer Science And
Software Engineering
(IJARCSSE)
International Journal of
advanced research in
computer science and
software engineering
(IJARCSSE)

Location and
authentication based
encryption scheme
application design for
mobile device
A comparative Study of
Advanced Reservation
Algorithms in Optical
Grid

2013-14

0.546

A Novel Deterministic
Key Pre Distribution
Schemes For Wireless
Sensor Network

2013-14

2.5

Software project Effort


and cost estimation
techniques

2013-14

2.5

2013-14

0.786

2013-14

0.546

Visualization Based
Sequential Pattern Text
Mining

2013-14

2.37

Accelerating antivirus
software using GPU

2013-14

1.56

Prof. P.R.
Kalokhe

International Journal
Of Informative &
Futuristic Research
(IJIFR)

An Approach Towards
Providing Privacy
Protection For
Personalized Web
Search

13

Prof. D. N.
Londhe

1.76

Advanced Reservation
In Optical Grid For
Dynamic Resources

Prof. P.R.
Kalokhe

Prof. V.M. Nair

2012-13

2012-13

Data warehouse Design


using Process Oriented
Requirement AnalysisSurvey

12

1.76

Failure recovery using


RSWF algorithm for
advanced reservation in
optical grid

International Journal of
Latest trends in
Engineering

International Journal of
Application or
Innovation in
Engineering &
Management (IJAIEM)
Research Advances In
engineering and
Technology

2012-13

14

Prof. D. G.
Modani

15

Prof. D. G.
Modani

16

Prof. D. G.
Modani

17

Prof. A.A.
Bhosale

International Journal
Of computer
engineering and
technology
IJCET
International Journal
Of engineering
research and
technology
IJERT
International Journal
Of innovations in
engineering and
Technology.
IJIET
International Journal of
innovations in
Engineering &
Technology(IJIET)

Enhancing the web site


structure to provide
easy traversal on a web
site with minimum
chances to its current
structure.

2013-14

0.654

A novel approach for


updates in streaming
data warehouses by
scalable scheduling.

2013-14

0.454

Rapid scalable
scheduling for updates
in streaming data
warehouses.

2013-14

0.672

2013-14

0.672

2013-14

0.672

Deadlock Managing
Process in P2P System

International Journal of
Latest Trends in
Engineering and
Technology (IJLTET)

Recovery of
Concurrent Processes
using Rules and Data
Dependencies

Prof. R.B.
Pawar

International Journal of
Science and Research
(IJSR)

Improved Intelligence
Surveillance System for
Object Detection,
Classification of
Human Behavior using
GMM and openCV

2014-15

0.765

20

Prof. V.M. Nair

International Journal of
Informative &
Futuristic Research
(IJIFR)

Advanced Reservation
in Optical Grid for
Dynamic Resources

2014-15

0.546

21

Prof. M.R.
Balpande

International Journal
Of Advancement in
Technology

2014-15

0.31

22

Prof. D. G.
Modani

2014-15

2.2110

2014-15

0.546

2014-15

0.345

18

19

23

24

Prof. A.A.
Bhosale

Prof. D.A.
Barhate

Prof. A.A.
Bhosale

International Journal
Of Computer
Applications
IJCA
International Journal
Of Informative &
Futuristic Research
(IJIFR)
International Journal of
Emerging Trends in
Science and
Technology

Check-Pointing Based
fault tolerant Job
Scheduling System for
Computational grid
Analysis of DAC MAC
RBAC Access Control
based modules for
security
An Approach Towards
Mining Of Comparable
Entity With The Use Of
Comparative Question
Web Based Security
Using oPass System: A
Survey

25

Prof. K.M.
Gajmal,
Prof. R.B.
Pawar ,
Prof. P.R.
Kalokhe ,
Prof. A.A.
Bhosale

26

Prof. P.R.
Kalokhe

27

Prof. D.A.
Barhate
Prof. A.K.
Mangore

28

29

Prof. A.K.
Mangore

30

Prof. (Ms.) J.G.


Borade

31

Prof. (Ms.) J.G.


Borade

32

Prof. V.N.Rane

33

Prof. Dattatray
Modani

34

Prof. Rajkumar
B. Pawar

International Journal of
Informative &
Futuristic Research
(IJIFR)
International Journal
On Recent And
Innovation Trends In
Computing And
Communication
International Journal
Of Informative &
Futuristic
Research(IJIFR)
National Journal ISTE
Staff convention 2013

National Journal ISTE


Staff convention 2013
National Conference
on Advance Computer
Networking, SKN
Sinhgad institute of
Technology and
Sciences ,Lonavala
Pune
National Computer
Networking, SKN
Sinhgad institute of
Technology and
Sciences ,Lonavala
Pune
National Conference
ISTE convention 2013
National Conference
ISTE convention 2013

National Conference
ISTE convention 2013

Design Virtual
Classroom to
Implement Real Time
Interaction in Medical
Science Using VRML
& WIIMOTE

2015-16

0.546

2015-16

0.564

2015-16

0.546

2013-14

NA

2013-14

NA

"E-Plant Identifier"

2014-15

NA

ZIP-IT UP SMS

2014-15

NA

Prediction of Collective
behaviour by scalable
learning

2013-14

NA

2013-14

NA

2013-14

NA

Resist Adversary In
Modified Net Explore
Mining Of Comparable
Entity With The Use Of
Comparative Question
Implementation of a
machine learning
approach for
identifying disease
treatment relations in
short texts.
Finding shortest path
over multihop wireless
networks.

Minimize staleness and


stretch in streaming
data warehouses
Survey on real time
moving object
detection and back
ground detection for
intelligence security
systems.

35

36

37

Prof. Rajkumar
B. Pawar

National Conference
on Advance Computer
Networking, SKN
Sinhgad institute of
Technology and
Sciences ,Lonavala
Pune

Prof. Dattatray
Londhe

Third Post Graduate


Conference for
Computer Engineer

Prof. Pradeep
Patil

Third Post Graduate


Conference for
Computer Engineer

Survey-comparing
Characteristics of
MANET and VANET
with routing protocol
Utilizing GPGPU
power for LIC sketch
generation using
CUDA
Advanced
multimodality image
fision technique using
DDWT and PSO

2014-15

NA

2013-14

NA

2013-14

NA

38

National Conference
on Advanced Computer
Networking
(NCACN15) SKN
Sinhgad institute of
Technology and
Sciences ,Lonavala
Pune

Survey on Providing
privacy protection for
Personalized Web
Search

2014-15

NA

39

cPGCON 2015
Organized by Board of
Studied in Computer
Engineering, Savitribai
Phule Pune University

Resist Adversaries in
Personalized Web
Search

2014-15

NA

P.R.Kalokhe

P.R.Kalokhe

List of patents awarded to faculties:


S.
N.

Faculty
Name
NIL

Title of Patents

Details

List of scientific/ technical books written by faculty members:


Sr.
No.
1

Author/s Name

Title of Books

Details

Mangore A K

Useful to learn practicals of


Database Management System.

Londhe D N

Database Management
System- A Practical
Handbook
Theoretical Computer
Science

Balpande M R

Analysis of Algorithms

Book provide knowledge about


Automata, Regular Expression,
Context Free Grammar, Push
Down Automata & Turing
Machine
Useful to learn the analysis of

Londhe D N

5
6

Balpande M R
Modani D G

Modani D G

Balpande M R

Londhe D N

10

Borade J G

11

Rane V N

12

Kalokhe P R

13

Kalokhe P R

14

Kalokhe P R

15

Bhosale Akshaya

16

Nair V M

17

Bhosale Akshaya

18

Bhosale Akshaya

19

Nair V M

20

Nair V M

21

Nair V M

22

Bhosale Akshaya

amount of resources required to


execute the program on Computer
System Programming & Book provide basic of System
Compiler Construction Programming & Compiler
Construction
Met-lab Handbook
Provide Guideline to learn Matlab
Introduction to C
Useful to learn the basic of C
Language
programming
100 Programs in C
Useful to learn the basic of C
language
language
Computer Graphics
Provide knowledge about pixel,
line drawing algorithm, Polygon
Clipping algorithms.
Programs on Data
Useful to learn & execute Data
Structure in C
structure programs in C language
Database Management
Book provide the basic of
System
Database Management System
Programming in C
Useful to learn the basic of C
language
Open source
Book provide the information
Technology
about Open source softwares &
Operating Systems
Web Technology
Useful to learn different web
technologies
Software Architecture
Give Information about the
Architecture & model for Software
Software Project
Give details about the standard
Management
procedure for software project
development
Computer Network- A
Useful to learn practicals in
Practical Handbook
Computer Network
Advanced Database
Useful to learn the advanced
Management System
concepts of Database
Management System
Big Data
Provide different techniques of
handling & processing huge
amount of data
Cryptography &
Handbook provide the guideline to
Network Security-A
execute the cryptography &
Practical Handbook
network Security concepts
Network Threats
Handbook provide the information
about different tools that are useful
and Attacks
in detecting network threads &
Laboratory-A
Practical Handbook attacks
Network
Provide the information about the
basic of Network Commands
Programming
Laboratory-A
Practical Handbook
Software
Useful to learn the life cycle of

Engineering
Web Engineering

23

Patil P P

24

Patil P P

25

Patil P P

26

Barhate Deepti

software project development


Useful to learn the basic programs
in C language
Microprocessor
Content of book provide the basic
knowledge of Microprocessor
Computer Graphics Provide knowledge about pixel,
line drawing algorithm, Polygon
Clipping algorithms
Computer Graphics Provide knowledge about pixel,
line drawing algorithm, Polygon
Clipping algorithms.

20. Areas of consultancy and income generated:


Sr.
No.

Area of Consultancy and Revenue


Income generated in Rs.
Generation
Academic Year 2015-16

Organization
ATS InfoTech

.Net course

Phone Gap Technology Workshop

35836.00

5100.00

ATS InfoTech

Academic Year 2014-15


ATS InfoTech
1

.Net course

22000.00
Academic Year 2013-14
ATS InfoTech

.Net course

32900.00

Website
www.ghardaplastics.com

25000.00

Web Application
www.lpia.co.in

25000.00

Software maintenance

8340.00

Lote Parshuram
Industrial
Association Lote
Gharda Chemicals
Lote

Website maintenance

6224.00

Gharda Chemicals
Mumbai

Knowledge bank Application

54000.00

Gharda Chemicals
Lote

Gharda Chemicals
Mumbai

Cyber Scene Investigation


Workshop

Infy Secure
Mumbai

10483.00

21. Faculty as members in


a) National committees b) International committees c) Editorial boards
22. Student projects:
a) Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental
/programme
Year
2015-16
2014-15
2013-14

%
76.47
82.35
88.00

b) Percentage of students placed for projects in organizations outside the institution


i.e. in Research laboratories/Industry/other agencies
Year

2015-16

23.57

2014-15

17.65

2013-14

12.00

23. Awards / Recognitions received by faculty and students:


Sr.
No.

Year

Name of
Faculty/Student
Prof.
A.R.Chinchwade
Lovedeep Kaberwal
Sachin Rahate

20132014 Aparna Ingale


Prathamesh More
Priyanka Mande
Priyanka Bane
Vrishali Kadam
Sneha Anjarlekar
Punam Chavan

Awards/Recognition

Activity

Best Teacher Award


Institute Rank: 1
University Rank:26
(77.40%)
Institute Rank: 2
University Rank:31
(77.26%)
Institute Rank:3
University Rank:118
(75.26%)
1st Prize
Winner
Winner
4th Prize
ICRE Service
1st Prize

University Exam BE
University Exam BE
University Exam BE
coder's War
KHO-KHO
KHO-KHO
Poster Presentation
Working Experience
KHO-KHO

Suvidha Gundekar
Rupali Chavan
Tejashree Gundekar

20142015

Manali Salavi

Firt Rank TE Computer

Vrishali Kadam

Firt Rank SE Computer

Vrishali Kadam
Vrishali Kadam
Nikita Kambre
Nikita Kambre
Manali Salavi
Ashwini Shingankar
Sneha Patil
Priyanka Bane
Sneha Patil

20152016

Institute Rank:1
University Rank:252
(76.00%)
Institute Rank:2
University Rank:452
(74.53%)
Institute Rank:3
University Rank:544
(74.06%)

Pranali Patil
Punam chavan
Shurti Tambade
Punam Chavan
Shurti Tambade
Shurti Tambade
Pranali Patil
Tejasvi Sonavane
Vrishali Kadam
Sheetal Jaitapal
Pranali Mahadik
Sheetal Jaitapal

3rd Rank
1st Rank
Best Batsman
2nd Rank
2nd Rank
2nd Rank
2nd Rank
1st Rank
2nd Rank
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
Second Prize
Second Prize
Certified Level-2

Nikita Tambe

First Prize

Avinash Chavan
Kranti Mankar
Sneha Anjarlekar
Tejasvi Sonavane
Prashant Shinde
Subodh Sutar
Rahul More
Priyanka Shinde
Amruta Kanekar

First Prize

Vinay Pandit
Vrishali Kadam
Gayatri Narewadi
Sneha Mohite
Suraj Mohite

Second Prize

University Exam BE
University Exam BE
University Exam BE
GIT Merit
Scholarship
GIT Merit
Scholarship
Quiz Compition
Google IT
Cricket
Volly Ball
Volly Ball
Carrom(Doubles)
Carrom(Doubles)
KHO-KHO
Table
Tennis(Doubles)
Kho-Kho
Kho-Kho
Box -Cricket
Box -Cricket
Langadi
NSS Camp
NSS Camp
NSS Camp
NSS Camp
Project Exhibition
Project Exhibition
Web Technologist
Digital India
Competition
Assemble my PC
Digital India
Competition

First Prize
Second Prize
Second Prize
Second Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
Second Prize

Quiz
Web Design
Google IT
Tech. Treasure Hunt
Jugad Technology

Vinay Pandit
Mukesh Panchal
Bhushan Rajput
Priyanka Tembe
Sunil Rathod
Vrishali Kadam

Second Prize
Second Prize
First Prize
First Prize
Second Prize
Second Prize

Sheetal Jaitapal

Second Prize

Sheetal Jaitapal
Akshita Dasari
Nikita Kambare
Nikita Kambare
Priyanka Mande
Pranali Patil
Punam Chavan
Pranali Patil

First Prize
Second Prize
Best Attacker
Fisrt Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize
First Prize

Expert Programming
Table
Tennis(Doubles)
Table Tennis(Singles)
Carrom (Singles)
Kho-Kho
Chess
Kho-Kho
Kho-Kho
Kho-Kho
Relay

24. List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:


Sr.
No.

Name of the Person

Dr. Deven Shah

Dr. Shantanu Chakrabarty


Prof. Bane R. R., PhD
pursuing
Dr. Pradeep Saxena, PhD
(Computer Science)

3
4
1

Prof. D.P. Mapasekar

Prof. P.S. Gamare

Prof. S.V.Jadhav

Prof. Parag Abhyankar

Designation Place of Work


Academic Year 2015-16
Terana College
Principal
of Engineering,
Mumbai.
Associate
Professor

SSPM,
Kanakavali
RSCOE,
Principal
Pedhambe
Academic Year 2014-15
Associate
SSPM,
Professor
Kanakavali
Assistant
RMCET,
Professor
Devrukh
Academic Year 2014-15
HOD, IT
FAMT,
Ratnagiri
Senior
Assistant
Proefessor

FAMT,
Ratnagiri

Purpose of Visit

Mentoring
Innovative Event Judge
System Security Current
Issues
Operating System Revolution
Guest lecture & Mentoring on
Transaction & Concurrency
Control
Guest Lecture on Automata
Theory: Turing Machine
Guest lecture on Advances
of Digital Signal & Image
Processing
Guest Lecture on Computer
Vision

25. Seminars/ conferences/workshops organized & the source of funding a) National b)


International:

Seminar
Sr. No

Class

No. Of Seminars

No of
students/faculties
involved

Academic Year 2015-16


1

TE(V-SEM)

13

52

TE(VI-SEM)

18

52

Faculty of Department

04

04

Academic Year 2014-15


1

BE(VII-SEM)

17

49

TE(VI-SEM)

19

58

SE(IV-SEM)

15

41

Faculty of Department

03

03

Academic Year 2013-14


1

Sr.
No.
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2

TE(VI-SEM)

11

30

Faculty of Department

04

04

Conferences/Workshops Organized

Source of Funding

Academic Year 2015-16


Advance Computer Skills
Android Application Development
PhoneGAP Technology
Academic Year 2014-15
Computer Programming
Cyber Security
Introduction to Design of Algorithms
Academic Year 2013-14
Database Management System
Infysec- Cyber Scene Investigation

Self
Self
Self
IIT Bombay & MHRD
IIT Bombay & MHRD
IIT Kharagpur & MHRD
IIT Bombay & MHRD
self

26. Student profile programme/course wise:


Academic
Year
2015-16

Applications
received
FE=26

Selected
FE=21

Enrolled
*M
#F
12
9

Pass
Percentage
92.30

SE=23
TE=51
BE=48
Total=148
FE=12
SE=41
2014-15
TE=57
BE=47
Total=155
FE=30
SE=78
2013-14
TE=38
BE=73
Total=219
* M = Male #F = Female

SE=23
TE=51
BE=48
Total=143
FE=10
SE=41
TE=57
BE=47
Total=153
FE=25
SE=78
TE=38
BE=73
Total=214

11
27
20

12
24
28

4
17
26
28

6
24
31
19

11
40
22
43

14
38
16
30

91.30
80.39
100
Average=91.01
80.00
80.49
92.98
95.74
Average=87.30
52.00
67.95
81.58
95.00
Average=74.13

27. Diversity of students:


Department:_________________________________________
Academic Year
% of students from % of students
% of students
the same state
from other states
from abroad
2016-17
97.56
2.44
0
2015-16
94.73
5.27
0
2014-15
100
0
0
2013-14
100
0
0
28. How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such
as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil services, Defense services, etc.?

29. Student progression:


Students Progression
2015-16
UG to PG
Employed

1) Campus selection
2) Other than campus
recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

4.1
2.08

% Against enrolled
Academic Year
2014-15
2013-14
4.25
5.48

2012-13
1.61

17.02

4.83

30. Details of infrastructural facilities:


a) Departmental library:
1. Area of the library (in Sq. Mts.): 25 Sq meters
2. Seating capacity: 10 Students
3. Library holdings:

8.21

Library Holdings

No. of Titles

No. of Volumes

Books

167(Comp)+85(IT)=252

171(Comp)+85(IT)=256

Journals/periodicals

8(Available with Central


Library for every one)

NA

Newspapers

13(Available with Central


Library for every one)

NA

E-resources

45

NA

Project reports

57

NA

Seminar reports

30

NA

Any other(specify)-ELearning for GIT Student

NA

b) Internet facilities for staff & students:


1) ISP BSNL & Deep Network
2) Leased line 10 Mbps & 4 Mbps
3) Compression ratio: 1:1
4) Wi-Fi facility: Yes
5) Firewall: Cyberoam
c) Class rooms with ICT facility:
S.N.

Room
Description

Usage

Size in
(Sq. meter)

Capacity

BE Classroom

Multimedia
Classroom

98.00

60

TE Classroom

Classroom

98.00

60

SE Classroom

Classroom

98.00

60

Rooms
Equipped with
Fixed LCD Project,
Computer System, Folding
White Screen, Internet,
Green Board, Sound
System, CCTV, OHP
Movable Projector,
Folding White Screen,
Green Board, CCTV,
Movable OHP
Movable Projector,
Folding White Screen,
Green Board, CCTV,
Movable OHP

d) Laboratories:
Lab
No
1

Curriculum Lab
Description
Computer Software
Laboratory

Use
Exclusive/
Shared
Exclusive

Space
(Sq.m)
46.00
Sq.m

Lab In-charge
Prof. P. P. Patil

Investment

464869/-

2
3
4
5

Computer Graphics
Laboratory
Computer Multimedia
Laboratory
Computer Project
Laboratory
Computer Center

Exclusive
Exclusive
Exclusive

Shared

46.00
Sq.m
56.00
Sq.m
30.00
Sq.m
179.55
Sq.m

Prof. D. N. Londhe

463910/-

Prof. D.G. Modani

693939/-

Prof. V.N.Rane

421089/-

Prof. A.K. Mangore

1754975/-

31. Number of students receiving financial assistance from college, university,


government or other agencies:
Academic
Year
2015-16

Type of financial
assistance
Scholarship & Free-ship
EBC
Merit Scholarship
TFWS
Minority Scholarship
Scholarship & Free-ship
EBC

Financial assistance from


(Agency/college)
State Government
State Government
Gharda Institute of Technology
Gharda Institute of Technology
State Government
State Government
State Government

No. Of students
benefited
65
12
3
2
3
69
15

2014-15

Merit Scholarship

Gharda Institute of Technology

TFWS
Minority Scholarship
Scholarship & Free-ship
EBC
GIT Merit Scholarship
TFWS
Minority Scholarship
Dr. P.S. Ramanathan
Endowment

Gharda Institute of Technology


State Government
State Government
State Government
Gharda Institute of Technology
Gharda Institute of Technology
State Government

2
3
96
22
6
2
3

2013-14

32. Details on student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar)


with external experts:
Sr.
No.
1
2

Name of the
workshop / course /
Lecture & Details
Career Guidance
Konkan Cha CEOs Meet
-1

Academic Year: 2015-16


Conducted by
Mr. Anurag Das
Mr.Nilesh Sarawate

Date of
Conduct

03/03/2016
11/03/2016

Duration

Target
Students

4 Hrs
4 hrs

48
48

Mr.Nilesh Sarawate

30/03/2016

4 hrs

48

Konkan Cha CEOs Meet


-2
Soft Skills Training

Mrs.Anuradha
Sonawane.

11/09/2015

2 hrs

48

Soft Skills Training

12/09/2015

2 hrs

48

Soft Skills Training

3/10/2015

2 hrs

48

90

16 hr
40 hr

90
50

10

Cloud Computing

11-15 Jan,
2015
3-4 Sept, 2015
29 Feb-7
March, 2015
12 Sept, 2015

40 hr

8
9

Android Application
Development
PhoneGAP Technology
.net

Mrs.Anuradha
Sonawane.
Mrs.Anuradha
Sonawane.
Mr. Pravin Bhise,
LogicBits, Pune

6 hr

90

Duration

Target
Students

ATS Microsoft Academy


Dr. Deven Shah,
Principal

Academic Year: 2014-15

Sr.
No.

Name of the
workshop / course /
Lecture & Details

Date of
Conduct

Conducted by

27/01/2015

2 hrs

47

Konkan Cha CEOs Meet-I

GCL Industrialists Ajit


Mr. Nilesh Sarawate

27/02/215

2 hrs

47

Konkan Cha CEOs Meet-2

Mr. Nilesh Sarawate

3/3/2015

2 hrs

47

Konkan Cha CEOs Meet-3

Mr. Nilesh Sarawate

18/04/215

2 hrs

47

Duration

Target
Students

2 hrs

73

2 hrs

73

2 hrs
2 hrs
2 hrs

73
73
73
73
73

Corporate Meet

Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Name of the
workshop / course /
Lecture & Details
CDAC Informatory Seminar
_3
Oppurtunities in Defence for
Engineers
Training for Success _2
Training for Success _2
Bussiness Quiz _3
Cyber scene Investigation
.Net

Academic Year: 2013-14


Conducted by

Date of
Conduct

MIT Representatives

12/09/2013

Mr. Athul Kulkarni

23/09/2013

Prof Devendra Pandey


Prof Devendra Pandey
ITM- Mr. T.Yogesh

11/01/2014
03/02/2014
17/02/2014

ATS Microsoft Academy

40 hr

33. Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning:


Student learning is a center for the programme. The different teaching methods are adopted
for improving student learning as listed below:
1. Before the commencement of semester, the faculties if required are being recruited.
Requirement of instruments/software/equipment for laboratory is fulfilled.
2. We provide an academic calendar before the commencement of semester to all
departmental staff and students.

3. Load distribution for the next semester is done at the end of current semester. HoD
assigns the responsibilities to the faculties for the activities to be conducted
throughout the semester.
4. The teaching plan is prepared by every subject teacher prior to the starting of the
semester which includes lecture number, topics planned, date, topics covered, date
etc.. This is approved and monitored periodically by the HoDs.
5. The subject teachers are ask to prepare/update course file which contains academic
Calendar, syllabus, teaching plan, subject notes, PPTs, question bank on each unit,
University question papers with model solution etc.
6. Weekly meeting of faculties is conducted by HoD to discuss the problems if any and
to take updates of the conduction of academics.
7. During semester various co curricular, extracurricular activities are conducted along
with regular curriculum .Following various activities are conducted,
Lecture (LT). Class rooms of department are equipped with LCD and OHP
Laboratory Session (LS). Department has necessary advanced software to
cope up with new technologies.
Demo (DM) & Case Studies (CS).
Seminars (SM) and Group Discussion (GD) conducted to provide platform to
student to show their talent and increase confidence level of the students.
Industrial visits are organized to provide much needed industrial exposure

Students are encouraged to attend various technical Seminars/workshops in


order to get acquainted with emerging fields in Computer engineering.
Department has signed MOU with various industries and organizations to give
exposure to student for updating developments in the technologies.
Students are encouraged to join Industry internship in vacation. Institute
invites eminent persons from industries to deliver lectures on the latest
technology.
NPTEL lectures are made available.
The entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled.
The Whatsapp group for every division is formed and faculty uploads
assignments, notices of extra lectures etc..

8. The continuous evaluation of students is done by university examinations as well as


internal examinations and continuous assessments carried out at institute level.
Institute conducts 1st unit test based on 40% syllabus and 2nd unit test based on
remaining syllabus per semester. Test performance of all the students is conveyed to
their parents by class teacher through telephonic calls/ SMS. University theory and
practical examination is conducted at the End Semester.
9. As a part of continuous evaluation process the term work marks given to every
student is based on overall attendance, punctuality, understanding and knowledge. A
sheet containing progressive practical internal assessment record is maintained by the
faculties for proper evaluation of term work.

34. Participation in institutional social responsibility (ISR) and extension activities:


Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Activity
NSS
Blood donation
Tree Plantation
Swachata Abhiyan
Art of Living
Yoga Day
Shiv Jayanti Celebration
Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti
Celebration
Friendship-Day Celebration
Various Days: Sari Day,
Traditional Day, Tie Day,
Mix-Match Day Celebration
NSS
Blood donation
Tree Plantation
Swachata Abhiyan
Art of Living
Yoga Day
Shiv Jayanti Celebration
Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti
Celebration
Friendship-Day Celebration
Various Days: Sari Day,
Traditional Day, Tie Day,
Mix-Match Day Celebration
NSS
Blood donation
Tree Plantation
Swachata Abhiyan
Art of Living
Yoga Day
Shiv Jayanti Celebration
Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti
Celebration
Friendship-Day Celebration
Various Days: Sari Day,
Traditional Day, Tie Day,
Mix-Match Day Celebration

Academic Year

No. Of students
involved
17
17
17
17

2015-16

10
10
10
10
2014-15

2
2
2
2

2013-14

35. SWOC analysis of the department and future plans:

Following Example is given for SWOC analysis for reference and guidance:
Strengths:
Excellent infrastructure and well equipped laboratories.
A unique mix of experienced and young enthusiastic human resource.
Implementing outcome based teaching-learning process.
Strong counselling and guidance system.
Opportunity to provide technical education to students of rural area for
upliftment of society
Excellent team working culture in Institution.
Determined and whole-hearted support of the management to develop the
advanced programme even with the lower intake to start with.
Specialized unique programme offering for specific skill development which
enhances employability.
Weaknesses:
Insufficient scope for regular syllabus up gradation due to university affiliated
status of the institute.
Inadequate stimulation for the research activities.
Less R & D and Consultancy work in past years.
Less publications in referred journals
Lacking in Intellectual Property rights.
Less exposure to IT industry due to location of college in rural area.
Scarcity of Doctorate candidates for faculty positions.
Opportunities:
Institute can become autonomous under UGC and seek fund for R & D.
Scope for industry-institute interaction.
Enter into collaborative project with industry and other institute for better
exposure.
Preparing student for GATE/GRE & government /public sector examination.
State government is providing financial aid to the student from weaker section
to pursue higher education.
CSE as a backend technology for all engineering fields.
Global demand for technical manpower is ever growing
New technologies are emerging
Undertaking consultancy activity for internal revenue generation.
Implementation of project based learning.
Establishing center of excellence in the area of computer science and
engineering.
Concerns/constraints:
Lack of academic autonomy especially in the curriculum and syllabus front.
Poor intake quality of students.
Due to insecurity in global market of Software, fluctuation in admission to the
CSE stream.
Fee restriction by the state government
Lack of academic autonomy especially in the curriculum and syllabus front
Fetching reputed core industries for campus placements.

Future Plans:
Planning to apply for major/minor research projects to research and government
institute like DRDO, DST, AICTE.
To offer consultancy services.
To enhance R&D activities.