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G H RAISONI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT,WAGHOLI, PUNE

(An Autonomous Institute under UGC Act 1956 & Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University)

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(APPROVED BY AICTE, NEW DELHI, RECOGNIZED BY GOVT. OF MAHARASHTRA & AFFILIATED TO SAVITRIBAI PHULE PUNE UNIVERSITY)

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Departmental Profile

- Welcome To "Computer Engineering" Department -

 

Departmental Vision

To produce employable engineer who will cater the needs of IT industry and contribute to the society

Departmental Mission

We intend to make our students aware about the need of IT industries and impart necessary knowledge. We also want to introduce our students to various research activities and encourage them to groom in various aspects like communication, interpersonal skills etc.

HOD Message

I would like to extend my warmest welcome to you as the Head of Department. Computer Engineering is the most flourishing discipline that cultivates at the cross road of new trends in other discipline. As we are aware that Computing has modernized our world it in the past one decade and will continue to serve as the core of all technologies in the 21st century. To formulate the future leaders for these innovations and provide the most challenging skills, one can learn to excel in his/her profession. Department of Computer Engineering is committed to excellence in teaching, research and inculcating a sense of pride and confidence in our students.

The objective is to empower our students with latest technical knowledge and skills by providing them with the best teaching facility like state of the art, lab facilities and excellent research and development environment along with best teachers to teach and motivate. The motivation is not just to nurture their technical skills but to provide professional grooming and guidance so that our students come-up as methodical professionals and inspiring individuals. To meet the objectives the department takes special emphasis on teaching and hands on practical work.

Along with academic knowledge, department also trains students to face the challenges in life by providing many value added skills and courses to enhance their career prospects. The excellent infrastructure, teaching faculty of the best kind ensuring quality education such as interaction among students, parents and staff, along with a Training and Placement Cell ensures a bright future of the students. Thus we are confident that our students will emerge as assets not only to this institution but also to the organization they belong, and the country at large.

Department of Computer Engineering endeavors to provide best professional opportunities to our students and look forward to their bright future. We as a team resolve to take the department to heights of success and glory and prepare for the forthcoming challenges

Program Offered

A) Under Graduate (regular + second shift)
Sr. No. Course Name Year of commencement Sanctioned Intake
1 Computer Engineering 2006-07 60
2 Computer Engineering 2010-11 60*
B) Post Graduate (regular shift)
Sr. No. Course Name Year of commencement Sanctioned Intake
1 M. E. Computer Engineering 2010-11 18 48
2013-14 6
2013-14 24*
2 M. E. Computer Engineering (Computer Networks) 2010-11 18 42
2014-15 24*
2 M.Tech Computer Engineering 2016-17 24 24

Faculty List

Lab Details

Sr. No. Laboratory Name Classes conducted Specifications equipment Laboratory Resources/ Equipment Lab Assistant Lab Incharge
1 Lab 401A Location of lab: Computer Engg.Dept., Third floor Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr SE-ADSL BE-IOS QTY-20
Dell330: Processor:Core2Duo
Ram:2GB DDRI HDD:160GB
SE- Fedora19, Development tool,G++, Eclipse Jdj1.6, Neatbeans BE- Internet. Kishor chindhe Nivedita Kadam
2 Lab 401B Area of Laboratory : 67 sq.mtr SE-CG BE-IOS QTY-20
Dell330: Processor:Core2Duo
Ram:2GB DDRI HDD:160GB
SE- Ubuntu, Star UML , Mongo db, Dosbox,G++, Eclipse Jdj1.6, Neatbeans BE- Internet. Kishor chindhe Nivedita Kadam
3 Lab 402A
Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr
SE-AUD TE-,PL-III,PL-IV, ,CN,EOS,STCL BE-IOS, HPC QTY -20
Dell330- Processor:Core2Duo
Ram:2GB DDRI
HDD:160GB
Acer power series
Processor: C2Q 2.33GZ
RAM: 2GB
HDD:160 GB
Acer Veriton
Intel p 2.70 Gz
RAM: 2GB
HDD: 160GB
SE,TE-Ubuntu, Star UML , Mongo db, Dosbox,G++, Eclipse Jdj1.6, Neatbeans, BE-Jdk1.6,internet TC, Neatbeans,My SQL, Haddop Sagar Pawar Geeta Atkar
4 Lab 402B Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr SE-AUD TE-,PL-III,PL-IV, ,CN,EOS,STCL BE-IOS, HPC QTY -20
Dell330- Processor:Core2Duo
Ram:2GB DDRI
HDD:160GB
Acer power series
Processor: C2Q 2.33GZ
RAM: 2GB
HDD:160 GB
Acer Veriton
Intel p 2.70 Gz
RAM: 2GB
HDD: 160GB
SE,TE-Ubuntu, Star UML , Mongo db, Dosbox,G++, Eclipse Jdj1.6, Neatbeans, BE-Jdk1.6,internet TC, Neatbeans,My SQL, Haddop Sagar Pawar Geeta Atkar
5 Lab 403A Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr TE-PL-IV, CL- III,CL-IV,,JAVA BE-IOS QTY -30 Acer power Processor: C2Q 2.33GZ RAM: 2GB HDD:160 GB Dell330- Processor:Core2Duo Ram:2GB DDRI HDD:160GB Dell320- Processor-intel Pentium (R)D @ 3.20GHz RAM-2GB HDD-80GB Dell380- Processor-INTEL (R) core RAM-2GB HDD-320GB SE-Fedora19, Eclipse Jdj1.6 TE-Internet BE- Internet, Eclipse Jdj1.6 Dhanashri Shinde Pournima More
6 Lab 403-B Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr SE-PL,MPL,JAVA TE-STCL (Seminar) QTY -30 Acer power Processor: C2Q 2.33GZ RAM: 2GB HDD:160 GB Dell330- Processor:Core2Duo Ram:2GB DDRI HDD:160GB Dell320- Processor-intel Pentium (R)D @ 3.20GHz RAM-2GB HDD-80GB Dell380- Processor-INTEL (R) core RAM-2GB HDD-320GB SE-Fedora19, Eclipse Jdj1.6,NASM TE-Internet Dhanashri Shinde Pournima More
7 Lab 503B Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr MTEC-LP II QTY -15 Acer Power(13) Processor:core2DuoCPU HDD-160GB,RAM:2GB DELL 330(1) Processor:-core2Duo HDD:160GB,RAM:2GB Dell 380(1) Processor-INTEL (R) core RAM-2GB HDD-320GB ME-Fedora19 Pragati Hadole Sindhu M.R.
8 Lab 504A   Area of Laboratory: : 67 sq.mtr SE-MPL, JAVA BE-IOS MTEC-LP II QTY -16 Acer Power(15) Processor:core2DuoCPU HDD-160GB,RAM:2GB DELL 330(1) Processor:-core2Duo HDD:160GB,RAM:2GB SE-Fedora19:-nasm Ashwini Wavhal Ganesh Bandal
Sr. No. Resource/Equipment Description of Equipment (use) Photos of Equipment (You can attached more photos of a single Equipment)
1 8085 microprocessor kit Quantity -16 8085 Microprocessor operating at 6.144 MHz 16KB powerful software monitors 27C128 EPROM.
Three 16 bit programmable timers from 8253/8254.
48 Programmable I/O lines from two nos. of 8255.
Serial interface using 8251.
50 Pin FRC connector for system bus expansion.
20 pin FRC connectors for user interface from 8255.
9 Pin D type female connector for RS 232C interface and 9 Pin.
Six numbers of selectable baud rates from 150 to 9600.
101 PC type keyboard for entering user address/data and for commands.
Built in line-by-line Assembler and Disassembler.
User-friendly software monitor for loading and executing programs with
break point facility. Facility to connect to PC.
2 8251 microprocessor kit   Quantity -13 Compatible with Dyna-85, ILC-V2*, Star-85*, Dyna-86, Dyan-51 Kits. Selection of I/O addresses through jumper.
Demo programs of all modes available. Compatible programs based on different kits supported now available.
RST 5.5 , RST 6.5, RST 7.5 are provided onboard for interrupt driven modes. (For 8085 based Kits) Using 2 No's of 8251 on board, all possible modes can be experimented .
One of the 8251's can be programmed as transmitter the other as receiver.
Option for Baud Rate Generation :
Manual pulser keys with LED indicator is provided to see how exactly data transfer takes place.
LED indicators are provided for testing I/P's for both 8251 chip signals.
Both interrupt driven mode & polled mode possible to be experimented.
User links and lugs provided for inputs with their legends Suplied in a attractive wodden cabinet.

3 8255 microprocessor kit   Quantity -10 8255 is a very powerful tool for interfacing peripheral to the microcomputer system.
It is flexible enough to interface with any I/O device without the need of external logic.
Each peripheral device in a microcomputer system usually has a service routine associated with it which manages software interface between device and CPU. Various application are printer interface,keyboard & display interface,Analog top Digital & Digital to Analog interface.
4 8253 microprocessor kit   Quantity -10 8253 The programmable interval timer chip 8253 has three independant built-in 16-bit down counter which supports both binary and decimal count. This product is manufactured by DYNALOG. Compatible with Dyna-85, *ILC-V2, Star-85*, Dyna-86, Dyan-51 Kits.
Demo programs of all modes available. Compatible programs based on different kits supported now available.
5 0800 DAC   Quantity -7 The DAC-01A is designed around DAC -0800 monolithic 8 bit high speed current output digital to analog converter featuring 100 nsecs settling time (typical).
DAC-01A has adjustable voltage reference which permits full scale voltage.
The Vref to full scale current matching of better than ± 1 LSB gives ± LSB full scale error.
Precision Opamp based current to voltage converter has 20 mA output load driving capacity.
Analog input is polarity protected and buffered and has 10 ohms input impedance. Analog comparator hasmedium switching speeds (in milliseconds) and its output is converted to TTL level and latched to avoid oscillating comparator status reading which occures when two analog inputs of the comparator are nearly equal.
6 8279 microprocessor kit   Quantity -10 8279 Microcomputer I/O device, 64 contact key input device for such item an electonic cash register dual 8, or single 16 alphanumeric display. This product is manufactured by DYNALOG. The Dyna-KBDISP, Dyna series study card interfaces with Dynalog's Microcontroller and Microprocessor kits. It is used to study basics of Intel's 8279 chip using µProcessors / µControllers and using the card, helps students develop / design applications based on µP / µC.
7 0809 ADC   Quantity -7 ADC-01 card:8 bit successive approximation analog to digital converter ADC-0809.
The ADC-01 Analog to Digital Converter card interfaces with Dynalog's Microcontroller and It is used to study basics of Analog To Digital conversion using Processors / Controllers and develop real time process control applications.
ADC-01 card incorporates monolithic CMOS 8 bit successive approximation analog to digital converter ADC-0809.
This converter features a high impedance chopper stabilized comparator, its resolution is 8 bits and conversion time is 100 secs.
It has a programmable clock oscillator that generates 100 KHz clock signal.
The PCB track design is shielded to keep low noise level in the analog paths and this card gives stable analog input readings. The card is also protected for reverse supply polarity
8 8259 kit   Quantity -5 Compatible with Dyna-85, ILC-V2*, Star-85*, Dyna-86, Dyan-51 Kits.
Selection of I/O addresses through jumper.
Demo programs of all modes available. Compatible programs based on different kits supported now available.
RST 5.5 , RST 6.5, RST 7.5 are provided onboard for interrupt driven modes. (For 8085 based Kits) Two 8259's ob-board enables the user to study all the possible modes including the cascaded mode.
LED indicators/ Test lug inputs for IR0-IR7 and CAS0-CAS3 of both 8259's, to indicate branching to ISR. Status indicator for SP/EN to observe buffered and non-buffered mode. Polled mode is also possible.
User links and lugs provided for inputs with their legends. Suplied in a attractive wodden cabinet.
9 DSO   Quantity -1
Analog Channel 2Ch (Ch.A1, Ch.A2)
Digital Channel 8 Ch (D0 to D7) from Logic Analyzer Pod (Sampling Rate 500 MHz, 512 k Bytes Memory)
Input Bandwidth (Ch.A1 170 MHz, Ch.A2 125 MHz) Logic Analyzer (D0 to D7 100 MHz)
Trigger Levels Universal 512 levels (Parallel, Serial, Pulse width, I2C, SPI, TV Horizontal Synchronous)
Repetitive Mode Up to 20 GHz
FFT Spectrum Analyzer 125 MHz (Fast Fourier Transform)
Electronic Counter Max. 7 digital Resolution
X-Y Plot Allow to graph one channel to another
Mathematics +, -
Multi-Window Yes
Memory 1 Ch 2 Mega Bytes (Scope), 2 Ch 1 Mega Bytes (Scope) 8 Ch 1 Mega Bytes (Logic Analyzer)
Input Impedance 1 MΩ/15 pf (DSO), 200 kΩ/4 p (Logic Analyzer)
Sensitivity 10 mV/div to 4 V/div
Sampling Rate 1 Ch: 1 Hz to 1 GHz, 2 Ch:1 Hz to 500 MHz.
Threshold Voltage -1.8 V to 4.5 V
External Clock 0 MHz to 100 MHz 200 kΩ/4 pf, +/- 50 V max
Power Supply DC Adapter 5.4 V/2.4 A 
Net Weight 1.4 kg
Dimension 220 mm × 142 mm × 40 mm (Aluminum Case)
10 Power supply   Quantity -2 Outputs 1 and 2
AC Input Volts:
120/220V
Power Consumption:
150VA, 50/60Hz
Volt Range:
0 to 30V DC
Amp Range:
0 to 1.5A
Voltage & Current Regulation:
0.02% + 2mV; 0.05% + 5mA
Line Regulation:
0.02% + 2mV; 0.05% + 0.25mA
Ripple and Noise:
1mV RMS; 2mA RMS
Resolution:
Volts: 100mV; Current: 10mA
Accuracy: (0.5% + 3d)
11 8086   Quantity -16 8086 Microprocessor operating at 18.432 MHz
16KB powerful software monitor two 27C256 EPROM
Three 16-bit programmable timers from 8253
48 programmable I/O lines from two nos. of 8255
Serial interface using 8251
50 pin FRC connector for system bus expansion
20 pin FRC connector for user interface from 8255
9 pin D type connectors for RS 232 interface
Six different selectable baud rates from 150 to 9600
101 PC type keyboard for entering user address/data and for commands
Built in line-by-line assemble and disassemble User friendly software monitor for loading and executing programs with break point facility
 

Training Program

Training Program Participation of Students and Faculty in Extension Activities Year 2013- 2014
Sr. No. Name of technical activity Date
1 RGI –TRPCS – 2014 21st – 22nd Feb 2014
2 Android Workshop 17th - 18th Jan 2014
3 SAP course 13th Dec 2013
4 Workshop on Wireless Network Design using NS-2 21st – 22nd Sept 2013,12th Oct
5 Workshop on Employability Skill Development 05th – 06th Aug 2013
6 Workshop on FOSS/ Linux 13th Jul 2013
 
Sr. No. Name of Non-technical activity Date
1 Mind Buzz 18th Feb 2014
2 COMETS Reorganization 24th Aug 2013
3 Teachers Day Celebration 5th Sep 2013

Research Publication

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Name of Journal/Conference Vol.No.,Issue No.,Page No. ISBN/ISSN No. H-Index/Impact Factor Year of publication
1 Poonam Gupta A survey on clustering based feature selection technique algorithm for high dimensional data  International journals of emerging trends & technology in computer science Volume no 4, issue 1 , pp-131-136 ISSN: 2278-6856 2.25 Mar-15
Improvised method of FAST Clustering based Feature Selection Technique Algorithm for High Dimensional Data International journals of Application or Innovation in Engg  & Mgmt Vol. 4 Issue 6 pp. 135-140 ISSn 2319-4847 1.73 Jun-15
A Survey on data storage security in Mobile Computing Environment International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) VOLUME 3, ISSUE 11 PP. 225402257 ISSN: 2319-7064 3.358 Nov-14
Smart Ambulance System national Conference on "Advances in Computing Communication and Networking(ACCNET-2016)"   9th & 10th Feb 2015    
Self-regulating result analysis from raw data to presentable format IJAREST International journal of adavnce research in engineering science and technology  volume 03 issue 02 ISSN :2364-2444 impact factor :3.632 feb-16
A study of Semantic Middleware for Internet of Things Internationl Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering pp-1-6   2.5 Dec-14
a study on online web log prediction system using web mining technologies international journal of innovative research in computer volume 2,issue 11 ISSN 2347 – 8616,ISBN : 973-93-80887-57-8 4.47 12/14/2014
improved web prediction algorithm using web log data international journal of innovative research in computer volume2 ISSN 2347 – 8616,ISBN : 973-93-80887-57-8 4.47 6/26/2015
               
2 Vidya Dhamdhere Key management with Improved Location Aided Cluster Based Routing Protocol in MANET's Springer Journal of Engineering Research & Technology Volume 2, Issue 14     Jul-14
secure data retrieval system for Cloud System IJSRSET Volume 2, Issue 1 Print ISSN:2395-1990 Online ISSN:2394-4099     Feb 2016
Ardiuno Based Home Security System national Conference on "Advances in Computing Communication and Networking(ACCNET-2016)"    9th & 10th Feb 2016    
               
3 Mansi Bhonsle Sensor Based Transport System IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1553-1555  ISSN 2395-1621   dec 2015
Discovery of Infrequent Weighted Itemset with High Utility International Journal of Computer Sci. and Mobile Computing Vol.4 Issue.6 ISSN 2320–088X 2.8 Jul-15
Secured Search Optimization using Dynamic Query Form International Journal of Computer Sci. and Mobile Computing Vol.4 Issue.6 ISSN 2320–088X 2.98 Jul-15
Secured Search Optimization using Dynamic Query Form International Journal of Computer Sci. and Mobile Computing Vol.4 Issue.6 ISSN 2320–088X 2.8 Jun,15
Overciew on Dynamic Personalized recommendation on Web Based Services International journal of Engineering Technology and Computer Research Vol 2 Issue 5 ISSN 2348–2117 3.6 Apr-16
A Review of Privacy Protection of Cloud Storage and Steganography Techniques International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Volume 4 Issue 11, , PP: 1944-1949     Nov-15
               
4 Manjushri Mahajan Survey on privacy preservation in content based information retrival International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Vol: 4 Issue 10 Online ISSN 2319-7064 5.6 10/1/2015
Trust Evaluation by mining of E-commerce feedback comments International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015 Online ISSN 2319-7064 5.6 11/1/2015
QR Based Security System Using Iris Recognition national Conference on "Advances in Computing Communication and Networking(ACCNET-2016)"   9th & 10th Feb 2016    
CART-College attendance Reporting Tool IERJ International Engineering Research Journal  Volume 2 Issue 1 Page 79-81 ISSN 2395-1621    jan 2016
Review of Dual sentiment analysis International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Vol: 4 Issue 11 Online ISSN 2319-7064   11/2/2015
               
5 B. Padmavati A survey paper of data access privilege scheme in cloud storage International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) – volume 28 Number 4   ISSN 2319-7064 5.61 Oct-15
Training & Placement Cell Management online IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 2 Issue 1 Page 5-8 ISSN 2395-1621   dec 2015
A Survey on Extended MI technique for Edit Recommendation using Hybrid History Mining International Journal of Science and Research    ISSN 2396-1621   11/1/2015
A Survey Paper For Managing Training & Placement Data Efficiently Online Through Data Mining Techniques International Engineering Research Journal (IERJ) V olume 2 Issue 1 Page 5-8, 2016 ISSN 2395-1621 3.56 2/13/2016
A Survey on Novel Hybrid Recommendation Mechanism for Mobile Query retrieve effective results ranking by singing/humming International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Commuication Engineering  Volume 3 Issue 1 Page 85-88 ISSN: 2320-9798 5.6 1/30/2016
               
6 Sarita Patil Visual representation of Virtual Keyboard using Rough Draft IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1569-1571  ISSN 2395-1621    dec-15
scalable and secure sharing in cloud computing using data manipulation & encryption international journal of science and research (ijsr) volume 4 issue 7 ISSN:2319-7064 4.8 Jul-15
               
7 Pawan Kumar Problem Reporting to Respective Authorities IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 10 Page 1409-1411 ISSN 2395-1621   dec 2015
Review on Privacy-Preserving in Cloud Computing IJCA Volume3, Issue1, pages 5037-5042 ISSN : 0975 – 8887 0.71 12/14/2015
Review on Privacy-Preserving in Cloud Computing IJCA Volume3, Issue1, pages 5037-5042 ISSN : 0975 – 8887 0.71 12/14/2015
               
8 Ganesh Bandal DATA HARBORING APPROACH FOR HETROGENIOUS NETWORK SECURTIY IERJ International Engineering Research Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1660-1662   ISSN 2395-1621    
FARMCART- E -Commerce for Farmaers national Conference on "Advances in Computing Communication and Networking(ACCNET-2016)"   9th & 10th Feb 2016    
Permission Based Android Malware Detection Using Machine Learning Approach IERJ International Engineering Research Journal  Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1381-1383 ISSN 2395-1621    dec-2015
               
9 Seema Udgirkar Survey on web recommendation system IJSR        
Smart Trolley follower using vision based techniques IERJ        
Android based Crowd Sourced Data Dollection and Analysis national Conference on "Advances in Computing, Communication and Networking    9th & 10th Feb 2016    
               
10 Urmila Biradar 2D Encryption Algorithm International Journal of Advance Research in  Engineering Science and Technology(IJAREST) Volume 2Issue 12 ISSN(o):2393-9877, ISSN(P):2394-2444 Impact Factor:2.125  dec-15
               
11  Sandeep Gore Infology Categorization Using Data Acquisition IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1673-1675   ISSN 2395-1621    
Product Aspect Ranking Techniques IERJ International Engineering Research Journal  Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1419-1422 ISSN 2395-1621    
               
12 Arti Deshpande Cloud Based Java Development Enviornment International Journal of Scientific research in Science Engineering and Technology Volume 2 Issue 2   Impact Factor=2.9 25 Jan 2016
               
13 Sunita Nandgave Balancing Energy and Control Traffic Congestion Using Dynamics of Video Viewer Retention International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)       Nov-15
One Stop E -Government Portal IERJ International Engineering Research Journal  Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1415-1418  ISSN 2395-1621    dec 2015
Fog Computing:Mitigating Insider Data Theft Attacks in the Cloud IERJ International Engineering Research Journal  Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1620-1623  ISSN 2395-1621    dec 2015
               
14 Suvarna Bhatsangave ANDROID POWER MANAGEMENT AND ENHANCEMENT OF BATTERY LIFE IERJ International Engineering Research Journal  Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1704-1707  ISSN 2395-1621   dec2015
Monitoring of Air Pollution Using Wireless Sensors A Case Study of Monitoring air Pollution in Pune City IJAEIT International Journal of Advanced Engineering & Innovative Technology Vol-2 Issue-3 ISSN:2348-7208   Nov-Dec 2015
               
15 Navdeep Bagga Captcha As Graphical Passwords ERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1676-1679  ISSN 2395-1621    
               
16 Nivedita Kadam Implementation of New Light Weight Encryption Design for Embedded Security IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1564-1568  ISSN 2395-1621   Dec-15
               
17 Suvarna Satkar Mining Social Networking Sites For Digging Students Emotional Behaviour IERJ International Engineering Research Journal Volume 1 Issue 11 Page 1493-1495 ISSN 2395-1621   Dec-15


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Student Activity Details

India’s Biggest Networking Championship event was organized by ISTE (Department of Computer Engineering GHRCEM Pune) and IBNC, India on Friday the 8th & 9th August 2014.

2 days’ Workshop Ethical Hacking 11th–12th Sept 2014

Mathematical Modeling Seminar, 27th Sept.2014

A 3 days State Level Workshop on “NS3” funded 1,00,000 Rs. by SPPU, 5th, 6th and 7th Feb. 2015

India’s Biggest Networking Championship event was organized by ISTE (Department of Computer Engineering GHRCEM Pune) and IBNC, India on Friday the 8th & 9th August 2014.

2 days’ Workshop Ethical Hacking 11th–12th Sept 2014

2 days’ National Conference on "Advances in Computing Communication and Networking(ACCNET-2016)" on 8th and 9th Feb 2016

PEOs, POs & PSOs

Program Education Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To produce engineers who have mathematical and logic building abilities
  2. To capable to develop effective and efficient real life applications
  3. To have good communication skills and to work in a team
  4. To meet the current trends of IT industry
  5. To learning new technologies in different domains of research and apply for betterment of society

Program Outcomes (POs)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

A graduate of the Computer Engineering Program will demonstrate the following Program specific outcomes

  • PSO1: Professional Skills: The ability to understand, analyze and develop computer programs in the areas related to algorithms, system software, multimedia, web design, big data analytics, and networking for efficient design of computer-based systems of varying complexity.

  • PSO2: Problem-Solving Skills: The ability to apply standard practices and strategies in software project development using open-ended programming environments to deliver a quality product for business success.

  • PSO3: Successful Career and Entrepreneurship: The ability to employ modern computer languages, environments, and platforms in creating innovative career paths to be an entrepreneur, and a zest for higher studies.

  • PSO4: Applications of Computing and Research Ability: Ability to use knowledge in various domains to identify research gaps and hence to provide solution to new ideas and innovations

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) for M.Tech Computer Engineering

  1. Design of complex problem based on computer system
  2. Development of software program for complex system
  3. Writing of technical Journal Paper, research publication
  4. Acquire effective verbal communication & interpersonal skills

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Name of The Event- Alumni Meet 2017
1) Description Event: Computer Department GHRCEM, Wagholi, and Pune organized First Parent Teacher Meet on 28 January 2017 for student development. The basic objective of Parent Teacher meet is to enhance the teaching learning process by interacting with the parents of the students, discussing the issues and maintaining the transparency between teachers and parents .The event was organized in respective classes of SE, TE and BE. Parents met with the respective class teachers and teacher guardian for knowing the performance of their ward. Parents were informed about the attendance policy and Examination scheme of University. Parent’s teacher meet focuses on sharing information to the parents regarding the teaching learning process and also helps to give idea about the importance of prescribed attendance by the university. Dr. Kishor Wagh Head of Department Computer Engineering apprised the parents about the importance of attendance and detention policy, placement scenario, examination, In-sem Examination and its importance etc. Parents gave positive feedback about the event and requested that these kinds of events must be continued in future for development of their ward. Above activity coordinated and smoothly conducted lecturers & supportive staff.
Name of The Event- Alumni Meet 2017
1) Description Event: Alumni Meet was organized by Computer Department on January 30th 2017. Many alumni were present .They shared their experiences and thoughts about college. HOD Dr. Kishor Wagh motivated students and also thanked them for coming. The purpose of meeting and future activities was explained by Mr. Sachin Patil, the Alumni Coordinator of Computer Department. Many of the Alumni shared their memories and experiences.
Name of The Event- Seminar on Motivation to Entrepreneurship Development
1) Description Event: G.H.Raisoni College of engineering and management, Pune’s Incubation Center along with Computer engineering department organized Seminar on “Motivation to Entrepreneurship Development” on17th January 2017. As job market stability changes with the economy, when the job market is depressed, counting on an employer to provide for your future can be a risky enterprise. During tough economic times, many people choose to go into business for themselves. To aware students about need and basic Preparation of entrepreneurship, Mr.Kushal Sharma (CEO) from big logic Technology was invited. He discussed basic needs, challenges and opportunity with students. Initiative to organize event is taken by Mr.Suredtra Waghmare (Incubation Centre Coordinator). Students are benefited by his encouragement; guidance & unlimited support. Students were greatly encouraged by Dr.K.S.Wagh (H.O.D Computer Department) gracious presence and immensely benefited by his inspiring address. Students get impressed by Speaker due to his important research work in big data and Hadoop and sharing his findings and opinions and work with students. Total 70 graduates from Computer and MCA department get benefited by this seminar.
Name of The Event- A Guest lecture by Adjunct Faculty
1) Description Event:Mr. Shripad Dharmadhikari, the adjunct faculty of computer department conducted a guest lecture on testing technologies on 24th September 2016 ,from 9.30am to 1.30pm(i.e. total four hours). The venue of the lecture was lecture hall 406(A). Total 37 students of BE were present for the lecture.
Following points were covered in lecture :
  • Concepts of testing
  • Various testing tools used now a days
  • Expectation of industry from freshers
Name of The Event- A Guest Lecture on SDLC
1) Description Event: Mr. Shripad Dharmadhikari, the adjunct faculty of computer department conducted a guest lecture on testing technologies on 01st October 2016 ,from 9.30am to 1.30pm (i.e. total four hours). The venue of the lecture was lecture hall 406(A). Total 10 students of BE attended the lecture.
Following points were covered in lecture :
  • SDLC Basics
  • Various SDLC Models used now a days
  • Expectation of industry from fresher’s
Name of The Event- Game Development Workshop
1) Description Event: On the occasion of Engineers Day, Computer department organized one day workshop on Game Development on 20/09/2016 third year students to get cope up with current trends and technology of mobile computing. Workshop was conducted by "Techicraze technology". The main concept covered by workshop was android based development with libgdx library, which will help them for their mini project and final year project implementation. Dr.K.S.Wagh, HOD Computer Department supported for workshop by encouraging students to not only participate but also organize such events frequently. All faculty members participated and get benefitted by workshop. Mr.Nagesh Soradge provides his time to time support to workshop.
Name of The Event- Seminar on Angular JS Framework
1) Description Event: On 12th August 2016, Computer Engineering department, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering and Management, Pune organized a seminar on 'Angular JS Framework'. This seminar was mainly organized for BE students to make them aware of this trending technology in market. Along with BE students, the concept of Angular JS is introduced to SE and TE students also. Angular JS is built on the belief that declarative programming should be used to create user interfaces and connect software components, while imperative programming is better suited to defining an application's business logic. The framework adapts and extends traditional HTML to present dynamic content through two-way data-binding that allows for the automatic synchronization of models and views. As a result, AngularJS de-emphasizes explicit DOM manipulation with the goal of improving testability and performance. Keeping this in mind, Head of Dept. Dr. K. S. Wagh decided to conduct a seminar on Angular JS Framework to spread awareness. This Seminar was delivered by Ms. Vrushali Shinde from Accenture, Pune. The speaker is identified as having a good knowledge of Angular JS. Students found it very useful for the further studies and according to their feedback it will be useful for them for BE projects as well.
Name of The Event- Face Painting and Mehandi Competition
1) Description Event: Student Association of Computer Department GHRCEM i.e. COMETS, Pune on the occasion of Engineers Day has organized Face Painting and Mehandi Competition on 20/09/2016.Competition was started from 02:00 P.M. and ended at 5:00P.M. Face Painting exhibition was held on the same day.Students of all the departments of GHRCEM participated in Competition. For Face painting competition colors were provided by the organizers and so 20Rs. Participation Fees from each participant was collected. 2 to 3 participants are allowed in a group. 31 students participated in the Face Painting Competition. For Mehandi Competition maximum 2 participants in a group are allowed and No participation fees collected from students.Competition was conducted by student members of COMETS and faculty Co-ordinater Mr.Nagesh Soradge under the valuable guidance of Dr. K. S. Wagh (H.O.D of Computer Department).
Name of The Event- Seminar On Gate Examination
1) Description Event: On 17th September 2016, Computer Engineering department, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering and Management, Pune organized a seminar on 'GATE Examination'.This seminar was mainly organized for BE students to make them aware of the examination. Along with BE students, TE students also attended the seminar. The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all-India examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in engineering and science. GATE is conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Science and seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee) on behalf of the National Coordination Board – GATE, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD),Government of India. Keeping this in mind, Head of Dept. Dr. K. S. Wagh decided to conduct a seminar on GATE-2017 EXAMINATION to spread awareness. This Seminar was delivered by Mr. Nagesh Soradge from GHRCEM, Pune.
Name of The Event- Gurupurnima Celebration
1) Description Event:The Word "Guru" in Sanskrit is explained as "dispeller of darkness" hence the Guru disperses the darkness of inexperience and leads the hopefuls on the path to explanation. GHRCEM Computer Department students celebrated Guru Purnima in order to recognize their contribution to the world of letters and their Teachers on 19th July 2016. Students gave speech and explained the importance of Guru Purnima, they also expressed their feelings and respect for teachers by conveying beautiful quotes and poems composed by them.The celebration ended with a guidance speech given by H.O.D. Dr. K. S. Wagh and he also shared her experience and gave encouragement to all students to face tough situations in life and overcome them. 45 students were present for the celebration.
Name of The Event- Welcome Party for SE Students
1) Description Event:On the occasion of Ashadhi Ekadashi, SE induction program was organized by computer department of G H Raisoni college of engineering and management Wagholi, Pune. Ashadhi Ekadashi is more of a religious procession festival and is celebrated during the months of June-July (Aashaadh Shukla paksha). The program initiated with the introduction of department. Party was started from 02:00 P.M. and ended at 5:00P.M. Dr. K. S. Wagh, H.O.D. Computer department welcomed & motivated the students for improving academic performance and take active participation in extracurricular activities. As every student wants to live the college life andalso have to cover the whole life of college. Dr. K. S. Wagh wished students a lot for their new beginning. All Faculty members were introduced with their portfolios related to not only department but college also. Different games were organized for the students. 30 SE students were present for the party.
Name of The Event- Guest Lecture on Soft Skill Development
1) Description Event:On 12th August 2016, Computer Engineering department, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering and Management, Pune organized a guest lecture on "Soft Skill Development". This guest was organized to introduce how to apply our hard skills in a social environment. The focus of the course is to develop a wide variety of soft skills starting from communication, to working in different environments, developing emotional sensitivity, learning creative and critical decision making, developing awareness of how to work with and negotiate with people and to resolve stress and conflict in ourselves and others. Every industry has a requirement of this skill. Every student must have good communication skills to maintain a professional tone and demeanour even when frustrated. Keeping this in mind, Head of Dept. Dr. K. S. Wagh and faculty member Ms. Seema Udgirkar decided to conduct a guest lecture on “Soft Skill Development” to address keys of communication skill among students.This guest lecture was delivered by Mr. Syed Asad. The speaker is identified as a good trainer and founder CEO of company named "RUBY ACADEMY". In this lecture expert covered Understanding the communicative environment,Communication styles, Speaking in groups, Motivating oneself. Students found it is important for students to develop soft skills as they prepare for college and as they graduate and enter the workforce for further studies and according to their feedback it will be useful for them for presentation skill as well
Name of The Event- Teachers’ Day Celebration
1) Description Event:Teachers’ day is celebrated every year throughout the country on 5th September. This day is dedicated to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – second President of India. The great academic philosopher and one of the most well-known diplomat, scholar, president of India and above all a teacher. As a tribute to this great teacher, his birthday has been observed as teachers' day. In Computer Engineering Department also celebrated the day in its own way. The whole function was planned by COMETS Committee student members with faculty coordinator. The Celebration was surprising to whole department. A motivating speech delivered by H.O.D. Dr. K.S. Wagh. A big cake was arranged by the students. 60 students were present for the Celebration.
Name of The Event- Hands-On Workshop on Application Development on Mobile Devices (Android)
1) Description Event:On 15th July 2016, Computer Engineering department, G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering and Management, Pune organized a Hands-On Workshop on ‘Application Development on Mobile Device’. This Workshop was mainly organized by Mobile Computing Club for the students of Computer department which are interested in Mobile Application Development to make them aware of this trending technology in market. Mobile application development is a term used to denote the act or process by which application software is developed for mobile devices, such as personal digital assistants, enterprise digital assistants or mobile phones. These applications can be pre-installed on phones during manufacturing platforms, or delivered as web applications using server-side or client-side processing. Android software development is the process by which new applications are created for the Android operating system. Applications are usually developed in Java programming language using the Android software development kit (SDK), but other development environments are also available. Keeping this in mind, Ms. Aarati Deshpande, Faculty Co-ordinator of Mobile Computing Club under the guidance of Head of Dept. Dr. K. S. Wagh decided to conduct a Workshop on Application Development on Mobile Device. This Workshop was conducted by Expert Speakers Mr. Amol Wale and Mr. Nilesh Ballal from Leometric Technologies, Pune. Students found it very useful for the further studies and according to their feedback it will be useful for them for BE projects as well.