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Part A

Criteria-wise
Analytical
Report

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CONTENTS
Sr. No.

Description

1.

Preface

2.

Executive Summary

III

3.

The SWOC Analysis of the Institution

IX

4.

Profile of the Institution

5.

Part A: Criteria wise Analytical Report

Criterion I - Curricular Aspects

11

Criterion II - Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

21

Criterion III - Research, Consultancy and Extension

59

Criterion IV - Infrastructure and Learning Resources

123

Criterion V - Student Support and Progression

141

Criterion VI - Governance, Leadership and Management

175

Criterion VII Innovations and Best Practices

189

6.

Declaration by the Head of the Institution

7.

Compliance Certificate

8.

Part B: Evaluative Report of the Department

9.

1. Automobile Engineering

200

2. Civil Engineering

222

3. Computer Science & Engineering

259

4. Electrical Engineering

288

5. Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

308

6. Information Technology

349

7. Mechanical Engineering

386

8. Master of Business Administration

425

Annexure
Annexure I : UGC Certifcate of recognition 2 (f)

439

Annexure II : UGC Certifcate of recognition 12 (b)

440

Annexure III : AICTE Approval Letter

441

Annexure-IV: Cut-off List

447

Annexure- V: IT Policy

449

Annexure- VI: BSNL Scholarship Letter

458

Annexure- VII: Audit Statements

459

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Preface
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (RIT) is committed to impart quality technical
education through well defined vision and mission. The institute is making all out efforts for
realising the vision through state-of-art infrastructure, competent faculty and staff, conducive
learning environment, and cultural of research & innovation.
RIT has created its position in the field of technical education through NBA accreditations
and reaccreditations of UG and PG programs, by reputing its existence among a few private
institutes funded by TEQIP, transfusing advanced knowledge and imbibing research culture
among students through academic autonomy. Institute has ranked 75th all over India as per a
survey 2016 by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).
RIT is successful in spearheading the academic autonomy awarded in academic year 2011-12
by UGC and Shivaji University, Kolhapur. RIT has strategically and prudently upgraded
changes in curriculum and revised it as per the needs of advancement and changing scenario
of industry. RIT has got privilege to have its alumni placed in distinguished organizations in
India and overseas.
The Institute is funded under World Bank Project named Technical Education Quality
Improvement Program (TEQIP II) with funding to the tune of Rs. 4 crores for PG
Programmes and research driven by innovation. RIT has received grants worth Rs. 1.5 crores
in last three years from several funding agencies. RIT has established Centre for Innovation,
Incubation and Entrepreneurship Development (CIIED). Institute has 27 provisionally
registered patents out of which five products are in the final phase of commercialization. RIT
fosters excellence in learning through academic innovations by implementing OutcomeBased Education (OBE).
The institute is now all set to have its Institutional Accreditation by NAAC for the first time
and it is an opportunity to achieve an excellence in technical education. It gives us immense
pleasure to submit our Self Study Report (SSR) to NAAC, Bangalore. The Steering
Committee and the Internal Quality Assurance Cell have shouldered the responsibility of
drafting the SSR.

Place: Rajaramnagar
Date: 04-05-2016

Prof. Dr. Mrs. Sushma S. Kulkarni


Director

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Kasegaon Education Society is one of the leading educational organisations in the
Western Maharashtra. It was established in 1945 by Late Shri. Rajarambapu Patil, the
leading statesman. Today the Society has 31 primary & secondary schools and 15
higher educational institutes under its roof. Rajarambapu Institute of Technology,
Rajaramnagar (formerly known as College of Engineering and Polytechnic,
Sakharale) was started in 1983, located in Sakharale, near Islampur, 7 kms. from Peth
Naka off Pune -Bangalore national highway (AH47). RIT has a green beautiful
campus of 43.29 acres built up area of 51,710 Sq.mtr. RIT has emerged as a leading
technological Institute in Western Maharashtra through its dedicated and disciplined
approach to provide quality technical education over a period exceeding more than
three decades..
RIT is an autonomous and self financed private institute affiliated to Shivaji
University, Kolhapur and recognized by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE),
Maharashtra, All India Technical Education Council (AICTE), New Delhi, and
University Grant Commission (UGC), New Delhi. RIT offers seven under graduate
and eleven post graduate engineering programs, one management studies program
(MBA), three Ph. D. programs in engineering and four engineering diploma
programs. Numbers of students currently enrolled are 3205. RIT is also recognized
study center for Yashawantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU),
Nashik.
All eligible programs of the institute have been accredited/ reaccredited by National
Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi. Recently institute is ranked among top
100 colleges of India by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), Ministry
of Human Resource Development (MHRD), and Government of India. The institute is
ranked 75th at national leveland 7th at state level. Institute has successfully
implemented for TEQIP (Technical Education Quality Improvement Program) Phase
I &Phase II with project funding of Rs. 4 crore in the second phase from the World
Bank through MHRD. Institute is one amongst few self financing institutes in India
for the selection in TEQIP. Since the project implementation, 2 cycles of Performance
Audit and Data Audits were completed. Institute has met all the 12 performance
indicators and was termed as best performing Institute in the recent 4th JRM meeting
held in December 2014International students have also taken admissions to UG
Programmes, i.e. B.Tech. and MBA program. RIT is also accredited by Institution of
Engineers (India), Kolkata, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Infosys Campus
Connect programme. RIT has established Center of Excellence in Computer Aided
Design (CAD) with software worth Rs. 1.50 crore. RIT Finishing School is
established to offer the skill based short term courses in the field of CAD/CAM/CAE,
Product Design & Development. Special labs sponsored by organizations like NVDIA
Graphics Pvt. Ltd. IIT Bombay, HDFC ERGO General Insurance Company Ltd.,
Mumbai are helping industry interface. Every small step taken at RIT is guided by the
Vision, Mission and Goals.
Vision
Transformation of young minds into competent engineers to face global challenges.
Mission
To offer the state of art technical education programmes to shape promising engineers
with requisite skills, knowledge, research aptitude, values and ethics ensuring
rewarding careers.
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Goals
To attain the status of academic autonomy and deemed University within next
five years.
To develop Center of Excellence in each department in specified areas leading
to research, consultancy and Ph.D. programmes.
To strengthen Industry-Academic interaction to bridge the gap between theory
& practice.
Strategic alliance with reputed Institutes and Universities in India and
overseas.
To promote community development through technology awareness &
transfer.
To develop high quality graduates for Research, employment &
entrepreneurship.
To be amongst first ten most preferred institutes in Maharashtra.
To attract, retain & develop competent faculty as per cadre ratio.
Curricular Aspects
RIT is practicing outcomes based education (OBE) system since last five years. At
RIT Outcomes based curriculum design mechanism has been implemented guided by
vision and mission. For each program of study program educational objectives (PEOs)
are formulated. These PEOs reflect the career and professional accomplishment of the
graduates successfully completing the program. Next program outcomes (POs) are
formulated. POs are the narrower statements which reflect what knowledge and
abilities students should gain upon completion of the program. These POs are
established in line with the PEOs of the program and graduate attributes (GAs)
recommended by National Board of Accreditation (NBA). Curriculum structure and
detailed curriculum is then prepared which collectively satisfies all the POs.
Curriculum is designed by Board of Studies (BOS) of each program. Composition of
BOS includes faculty members of the program, experts from industry, alumni, experts
from premier institutes like IITs, NITs. Experiential learning or learning by doing is
the theme of multiple learning platforms available in the curriculum. In order to
monitor and improve the academic ambience, Academic Development Committee
(ADC), Quality Assurance Cell and Academic Planning and Monitoring cell ensure
the academic policy implementation.
Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Student centered learning promotes active participation of students in teaching and
learning process. In order to achieve the outcomes, faculty designs student centered
teaching and assessment methods. Some of the student centred teaching and
assessment methods adapted by the faculty members at RIT are Student TeamsAchievement Divisions (STAD), Jigsaw, Project Based Learning, Think-pair-share,
One minute paper etc. All the experiments are designed to simulate the problems of
industries. Study types experiments have been replaced with conduction experiments.
Along with final year major project, mini projects have been introduced at First,
second and third year level. Inter-disciplinary elective courses have been introduced at
both UG and PG level. This caters to the need of multi skilled and multi task
engineering and management graduates. Not only academics but the students overall
personality development is being taken care of by introduction of courses like
Professional skill development, German language classes etc.As per various surveys,
the employability of the engineering graduates is very poor. RIT has established a
Finishing School to improve the employability of the engineering graduates. Institute
has signed MoU with i) THREE M Software, Pune, ii) Devv Calculus, Pune and iii)
Finite to Infinite, Pune. Finishing school offers skill based certificate programs in
CAD/CAM/CAE. MOOCs, Blended MOOCs from IITs are also complementing the
teaching learning process.
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Research, Consultancy and Extension


RIT promotes research and development. Faculty with support of management is
actively engaged in research promotion. Each faculty member is eligible for a seed
funding for their independent research initiatives, which helps in fostering innovative
research orientation and culture further. The institute has established a Centre
forInnovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship Development (CIIED) at a most
propitious moment when Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship are playing a
vital role in shaping national economies. This centre is solely focusing on providing
an ecosystem for early stage techno-startups, which contributes to Social and Strategic
sectors besides being responsible for generating employments and economic value.
This mechanism will help our students, faculty and nearby community to turn their
entrepreneurial vision into reality through an incubation experience.RIT also has a
dedicated R&D cell to nurture the research, innovation and entrepreneurship ideas
among faculty and students. Institute has 27 provisionally registered patents. Institute
has received grants worth Rs. 1.5 crore in last three years from AICTE, DST and
industries. DST-FIST has provided an assistance of 30 lakhs for three departments
namely Mechanical, civil and Automobile. Five products such as Mini sugarcane
harvester, Curd preparation Machine, electronic cradle etc. are in the final phase of
commercialization. These Sponsored research projects allow for new resources to be
created in the institute. A remarkable achievement of faculty can be noticed in terms
of publication of papers in h-index journals, books and monograms.
Knowledge creation is equally important as knowledge dissemination.
Fulfilling this obligation RIT has carved a niche for itself. All departments are
organizing National and International conferences, workshops which are widely
acknowledged and attended by a number of experts in the field. The institute
publishes an in-house research journal Journal of Engineering Education
Transformations (JEET) in collaboration with Indo-Universal Collaboration for
Engineering Education (IUCEE) which works for the cause of improving and
elevating the quality of engineering education which will help in producing engineers
capable of providing sustainable solutions to the problems the world is facing today.
The faculty also takes up Industrial Consultancy projects includes specific
assignments for the Industry, such as project design, testing and evaluation or even
training in new areas of industrial development. This also helps in making teaching
and research to be more industry relevant and helps to meet their requirements.
Infrastructure and Learning Resources
Physical infrastructure as per the requirements of AICTE in the form of class rooms,
laboratories, tutorial and seminar rooms, staff rooms and departmental library. In
addition to this there are central facilities in the form of library, computing facility,
canteen, student recreational facilities and conference halls. Hostels and mess for
students and staff quarters for teaching and non-teaching staff provide the residential
facilities. Parking area is provided for two wheeler and four wheeler vehicles.
Central Library provides facility for ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOGUE
(OPAC), E-Resources Science direct, IEEE, ASCE, ASME, SAE, and EBSCO to
cater the need of researchers. There are 87136 print volumes, 2349 non- print
volumes, 89 e-books, 7817 e-journals along with a special collection of 82309
different study materials in our library which makes it a student centric hub to help
them engage in studies.
Library is added with latest edition of reference books, manuals, periodicals,
encyclopedias, eBooks and handbooks. National and international print and e-journals
published by reputed Organizations/ Publishers like ASCE (35), ASME (27), IEEE
(419), Elsevier(275), SAE (9), and EBSCO(2466) are subscribed. Computer facility is
provided 24X7 for students and faculty in campus. The Internet connection with 100
MBPS leased line bandwidth is available. The RIT campus is also fully Wi-Fi
enabled. NPTEL Video Lectures facility is available with Phase I & Phase II Video
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course with 247 course names of discipline Electronics, Electrical, Computer,


Mechanical and General course.
Student Support and Progression
Student is the main stake holder for any educational institute. RIT is committed
towards overall development of student fraternity. Apart from quality teaching learning processes, support system framework has been built at RIT for students
development.
At RIT, the students are provided with avenues to showcase their talents and skills.
RIT students participate in various national level engineering competitions like Baja
SAEINDIA, Supra SAEINDIA, Go kart championships to name a few and have
made their mark by winning prizes and ranks. They participate in national and state
level project competitions as well as conferences to share their research findings.
Students have represented RIT at international level as well
Every department has established student association for e.g. Mechanical
Engineering Students Association (MESA). These associations organize department
level technical symposium annually. Thus students get opportunity to participate and
organize. These associations do organize expert lectures /guest lecturers / industrial
visits /study tours etc. in order to supplement curriculum. Students chapters of
professional bodies play pivotal role in the development of students. At RIT are such
active chapters like SAE Collegiate Club, ISTE Students Chapter, IUCEE chapter,
IEEE Students Chapter which are represented by students from various disciplines.
RIT in collaboration with Bharat Forge organizes annual student technical symposium
called Kalyani-RIT Quantum. Quantum comprises of many technical competitions
and prizes worth around 3 lakhs are on offer. It is best opportunity for students to
showcase their technical talent. Similarly for post graduate students, a national
conference PG NCon is organized to facilitate dissemination of their research.
Competitive examination cell of RIT provides coaching facility for examinations like
GATE / GRE/ TOEFL etc., essential for higher education and public service
examinations like UPSC etc. Students are encouraged to learn a foreign language of
their choice. Classes for German and Japanese language have been held in the
institute. In order to encourage literary skills among the students, RIT students publish
annual college magazine Vishwakarma which has bagged awards at university level
competitions. Students are part of the editorial team of Vishwakarma and enjoy the
creative work of publishing the magazine. RIT believes sports are a great teacher and
learning occurs during the sports, especially team games. RIT is equipped with good
sports infrastructure and encourages sportsman/sportswoman within the students.
Swasthya Mandir, gymnasium of RIT takes care of physical well being of students.
RITs annual cultural program Virangula is unique which offers platform for the
students artists. It encompasses dance, drama, singing, music and other forms. Music
club of RIT offers opportunity for interested students to learn instruments and hone
their skills. RIT provides opportunity for students to contribute for society through
NSS activities.
Counseling cell of RIT has appointed professional counselors for student counseling.
Students are counseled and guided when in need regarding their academic and non
academic problems.RIT lends financial help through community funding to students
from weaker section. An effort is made to support such students through schemes like
Earn and Learn. Connect to past students is established through active Alumni cell
of RIT. They support and facilitate student interaction with outside world and
encourage the rankers by sponsoring prizes for them. A student representative is
nominated for BOS of every program to facilitate student feedback regarding
curriculum. Creativity and innovative thinking of students are encouraged through
idea competition every year. Research funding is made available for students to
progress their research and participation in conferences. Teaching assistantships are
offered to worthy and needy students through TEQIP funds. Vishakha cell and antiRajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

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ragging committee prohibits sexual harassment and ragging instances on the campus.
Hygiene and safety are ensured at RIT mess, canteens and hostels. A separate
Overseas Student office oversees issues regarding such students. Students engage in
activities concerning planet by being able to debate the issues in forums created and
existing in RIT. Students do visit neighborhood to impart the message of clean
environment and sustainability.
RIT has Training & Placement Cell, Competitive Exam Cell, and
Entrepreneurship Development Cell which help students to plan their careers as per
their choice and to achieve them. Specially designed programs are run for weaker,
bright and differently abled students also. We conduct Psychometric Test of all
students in first year. As per the personality and area of interest, students are
counseled in a group and individually if required. Also we conduct Expectation
Management Workshops regularly for all the students. Students are motivated to take
active various activities like tree plantation, peace rally, and awareness programme on
HIV/AIDS (Poster and Quiz competition), Blood Donation Drive, Celebration of
Republic and Independence Day, NSS Rural Camp, helping out at Islampur Fair
(Urus).
Governance, Leadership and Management
RIT exist in hinterland of western Maharashtra with clearly defined vision to
transform young minds into globally competent professionals capable of converting
Indias demography into a dividend. Governance issues attempts to cater to the triple
bottom line that not only takes care of the students but also of the people living in the
vicinity. People living in theneighborhood take pride in admitting their ward for
studying in RIT. Most of the students come from farmer workers families
specifically sugarcane growers, still the output of RIT is a globally competent
professionals. This is further evident by coming out the solutions that are local to
mention a few our students along with their faculty have created prototype of
sugarcane harvester and brakes for bullock cart that is friendly to even animals. We
possess sustainable buildings and impart issues that even concerns relevant issues
such as global climate change. Being an autonomous institute, we possess the
flexibility to design the curriculum that is required by the industry to make our
students profitably employable in global companies such as TCS. Strategic planning
at RIT is an initiative taken by our Chairman, Mr. Bhagatsingh Rajaram Patil and
implemented by Director Dr. Mrs. Sushma Shekhar Kulkarni along with Dean Quality
Assurance, Dr. A.C. Attar. We do plan for Institute level development usually by
keeping next 5 years in mind. We follow one page strategic plan suggested famously
by Verne Harnish (based on Mastering the Rockefeller Habits) to keep it simple and
workable. It is all about deciding annual goals and Targets that is given a time frame.
We debate and decide in our BOG, what is the purpose of our existence, which thrust
areas to work upon, what are the challenging targets ahead of us connecting them with
small achievable goals along with who will do what, when and where, with a follow
up and annual review being taken without fail. We are right now going through the
strategic plan developed for 2013 to 2018. This was after becoming an autonomous
Institute. Our annual targets and goals are well defined and aligned with key results
areas (KRA) that are defined based on our annual plan reviewed half yearly/ annually.
Our board of governance (BOG) is rich with experienced academia, industry, social
workers and people of eminent repute to steer towards the strategic direction of our
vision and mission states. We engage our BOG four times a year to remain on course,
assignments taken up by senior leadership in governance is critically evaluated by an
action taken report (ATR) on the last assignment. World is driven today by
knowledge economy and professionals. This is connected with research attitude we
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imbibe in our students evident by the highest number of patents amongst the
engineering colleges in the vicinity, projects and consultancies. Human values and
ethics is also part of our genetics. We are also privileged to be initiated by a visionary,
late Shri Rajarambapu Patil who knew that societal progress is possible only through
imparting education not only to the city dwellers but also to a common men living in
rural India. We take continuous inputs from industries to learn about the requisite skill
sets that evolve and change with time. Our industry interface helps us bridge the gap
between theory and practice.
RIT believes in empowering all faculty members and students alike through
permitting them take decisions at the point where it requires to be taken. We
appreciate the faculty efforts by evaluating them at the end of each year. Faculty
members achieving good KRA targets are awarded (monetary as percent of annual
salary/ fixed amount) at the hands of chairman and board members.RIT strategic plan
rests on sound outcome based education system that defines course outcomes and
maps it with even at evaluation level ensuring a great execution of the planned
strategy. Appreciation certificates are also provided to keep the people motivated.
All strategies are generally known to fail at execution level but constant stake holders
meetings help us remain on right path. It usually begins with a weekly steering
committee meeting that is followed by head of the department meeting that decimates
action planned to a great ground level action through faculty members and support
staff. We continue to work on non-negotiable core values. RIT leadership walk the
talk instead of just preaching and not implementing (so often seen in all the places).
We remain honest and sincere to our cause of transforming young minds for a brighter
future in the world. We believe in fairness to gender, religion, and diversity through
equal treatment to all. One of our core beliefs is that we can never excel without cooperation of each other. Incidentally we are situated in janamsthali of co-operative
movement in India. There is no better joy in giving the knowledge to an eager young
mind; our faculties continuously attempt the same. RIT also believes that all of us are
unique with different capabilities hence each one of our stakeholder can excel
independent to each other. To ensure 360 degree feedback we have multiple levels of
academic audit system. One way among this process is to have census of all the
students by filling online audit scores. A randomized sample is drawn from each class
to provide a faculty assisted audit of all faculty members teaching the subject, audit is
instituted by keeping the name of the student secret on a Likert type scale along with
subjective responses to improve the faculty concerned.
Our graduation ceremonies were presided by people of eminent repute from academia
and industry alike. We had the privilege to hear and emulate people like
Padamvibhushan Ratan Tata and Dr. Marshelkar to name a few.

International Linkages:
Globalization is mandating the need of the global orientation at the institute as
well. Foreseeing this need and to promote relationships with foreign universities RIT
has signed 7 Memoranda of Understandings (MoUs) with Purdue university,
Massachusetts Lowell university to name a few. RIT also has international students
admitted at its campus which helps in earmarking a cross cultural heritage and
linkage. Institute is a member of Indo-Universe Collaboration for Engineering
Education (IUCEE). IUCEE provides a platform for the international exposure to the
students and faculty members.

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The SWOC Analysis of the Institution


Strengths

Well reputed and stature of growing steadily over 33 years


NBA accredited/reaccredited eligible UG & PG programmes
Qualified, dedicated team of faculty and staff
Successful implementation of TEQIP Phase I and II
Well equipped infrastructure and resources to meet needs of the curricula
Good governance systems in place
Culture of research and innovations
Three departments recognized as Ph.D. Centers by the affiliating University
Strong Industry Institute Interaction

Weaknesses

Lack of industry sponsored research


Unable to attract faculty from premier institutions and having industrial
experience
Poor communication and soft skills among the students
Inadequate funds for research
Inadequate alumni interaction
Unable to attract larger number of high profile industry due to location
disadvantage

Opportunities

Academic autonomy
Reformation in global engineering education
Interaction with industries, NGOs in neighborhood
Growing trends in indigenization of technology
National strategy and policy related with strengthening research in science,
technology and entrepreneurship development
Increasing preference among local youth for engineering as a career

Challenges

Increasing number of engineering institutions and unhealthy competition


High faculty attrition
Rapid change in technology
Industrial recession and growth cycles
Gap between industry and academics
Entry of Foreign Universities in local environment
Attract core industries for placement

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SECTION B: PREPARATION OF SELF-STUDY REPORT


1.

Profile of the Autonomous College

1.

Name and Address of the College:


Name :

Kasegaon Education Society's


Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar

Address :

Rajaramnagar, Islampur, Dist. Sangli

City :

PIN : 415 414

Website :

www.ritindia.edu

2.

State : Maharashtra

For communication :
Name

Telephone with
STD code

Mobile

Fax

Email

Director

Dr. Mrs. Sushma


Shekhar Kulkarni

02342 220329 (O)


02342 220318 (R)

9970700701

02342 220989

director@ritindia
.edu

Steering
Committee
Coordinator

Dr. A.C. Attar

02342 220329 (O)


02342 239303 (R)

9970700901

02342 220989

abdulrashid.attar
@ritindia.edu

Designation

3.

Status of the Autonomous College by management.


a. Government
b. Private
c. Constituent College of the University

4.

Name of University to which the College is Affiliated : Shivaji University,


Kolhapur

5.

a. Date of establishment, prior to the grant of Autonomy: 27/07/1983


b. Date of grant of Autonomy to the College by UGC: 18/07/2011

6.

Type of Institution:
a. By Gender
i. For Men
ii. For Women
iii. Co-education

b. By Shift
i. Regular

ii. Day
iii. Evening
c. Source of funding
i. Government
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ii. Grant-in-aid
9

iii. Self-financing
iv. Any other (Please specify)
7.

It is a recognized minority institution?


Yes
No
9
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any
other) and provide documentary evidence.

8.

a. Details of UGC recognition:


Under Section

Date, Month & Year


(dd-mm-yyyy)

Remarks(If any)

Copy of letter attached


(Annexure I)
Copy of letter attached
ii. 12 (B)
08-07-2011
(Annexure II)
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)
i. 2 (f)

31-03-2004

b. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other


than UGC (AICTE, NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)
Under
Section/clause
AICTE

9.

Day, Month
and Year
07-04-2015

Validity

Programme/
institution

Remarks

2015-2016

B.Tech, M.Tech,
MBA, Diploma

Copy of letter
attached
(Annexure III)

Has the college recognized


a. By UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes

No

b. For its contributions / performance by any other governmental agency?


Yes

No

Yes,
Name of the agency NPIU, MHRD, Govt. of India (TEQIP project)
Date of recognition 28/07/2010
10.

Location of the campus and area :


Location *
Semi Urban
Campus area in sq. mts. or
43.29 Acres
acres
Built up area in sq. mts.
51,710 Sq.mtr.
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)

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11.

Does the College have the following facilities on the campus (Tick the
available facility)? In case the College has an agreement with other
agencies in using such facilities provide information on the facilities
covered under the agreement.

Auditorium/seminar complex

Sports facilities

* Play Ground

9
9

* Swimming Pool
* Gymnasium

Hostel

* Boys hostels

* Girls hostels

Residential facilities

* for teaching staff

* for non teaching staff

Cafeteria

Health centre

* First aid facility

* Inpatient facility
* Outpatient facility

* Ambulance facility

* Emergency care facility

Health centre staff

* Qualified doctor

Full time
Part-time

* Qualified Nurse
Full time
Part-time

Other facilities

* Bank

* ATM

* post office

9#

* book shops

Transport facilities

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* for students for staff

Power house
#
A
Waste management facility
v
ailable within 500 Meter
12.

Details of programmes offered by the institution : (Give data for current academic
year)

SR Programme
Name of the
Entry
Medium of
Duration
No.
Level
Programme/ Course
Qualification instruction

1.

2.

UG

PG

Automobile
Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
&Engineering
HSC
Electrical
4 Years or10+2&
Engineering
JEE/CET
Electronics &
Telecom.
Engineering
Information
Technology
Mechanical
Engineering
Automobile
Engineering
Civil Structural
Engineering
Civil Construction
Management
Computer Science
&Engineering
Electrical Power
B.E./
System
2
Years
B.
Tech.
&
Electronics
GATE
Engineering
Electronics Digital
System
Mechanical Design
Engineering
Mechanical
Production
Engineering
CAD/CAM/CAE

English

English

Mechanical Heat
Power Engineering

3.

Integrated
Masters

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

60+2*

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

60+3*

120+6*

120+4*

18

17

24

24

18

18

18

18

18

17

18

18

18

18

24

24

18

18

18

18

18

18

MBA

2 Years

Any
Graduation

English

120

111

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No. of
approved
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Student
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SR Programme
Name of the
Entry
Medium of
Duration
No.
Level
Programme/ Course
Qualification instruction

4.

M.Phil.

Civil Engineering
Electronics &
Telecommunication
5.
Ph. D.
Engineering
Mechanical
Engineering
Automobile
Engineering
Civil Engineering
6
Diploma
3 Years
Electrical
Engineering
Mechanical
Engineering
* Tuitions Fee waiver Students
13.

Sanctioned/
No. of
approved
students
Student
admitted
intake

M.E./
M.Tech

English

SSC 10th

English

NA

14

NA

NA

60

13

60

39

60

32

60

50

Does the institution offer self-financed Programmes?


Yes

No

If yes, how many?


14.

Whether new programmes have been introduced during the last five
years?
Yes

If yes, how many?

15.

No
M.Tech 06
Diploma 04

Number

List the departments: ( Do not list facilities like library, Physical


Education as departments
Unless these are teaching departments and offer programmes to students)
Particulars
Science
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
Arts
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
Commerce
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
Any Other (Engineering)
Under Graduate

Number
-

Number of Students
-

07

2325

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Particulars
Post Graduate (Engineering)
Post Graduate (MBA)
Research centre(s)
16.

Number
11
01
03

Number of Students
398
205
37

Are there any UG and/or PG programmes offered by the College, which


are not covered under Autonomous status of UGC? Give details.
All programmes are covered under Autonomous status of UGC

17.

Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree


course like BA, MA, BSc, MSc, B.Com etc.)
B. Tech. -07
M. Tech. 11
M.B.A. 01
a. Annual system
9

b. Semester system
c. Trimester system

18.

Number of Programmes with


a. Choice Based Credit System
b. Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach

18

c. Any other ( specify )


19.

Unit Cost of Education


(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total
number of students enrolled)
UG&PG
Rs. 73,448/(a) including the salary component

Rs. 14,493/-

(b) excluding the salary component


MBA

20.

(a) including the salary component

Rs.53,166/-

(b) excluding the salary component

Rs.9,907/-

Does the College have a department of Teacher Education offering NCTE


recognized degree programmes in Education?
Yes

No

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21.

Does the College have a teaching department of Physical Education


offering NCTE recognized degree programmes in Physical Education?
Yes

22.

No

Whether the College is offering professional programme?


Yes

No

If yes, please enclose approval / recognition details issued by the statutory


body governing the programme.
Yes, Approved by AICTE, New Delhi. (Copy enclosed)
23.

Has the College been reviewed by any regulatory authority? If so, furnish
a copy of the report and action taken there upon.
AICTE, New Delhi.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Directorate of Technical Education

24.

Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the College


Engineering (UG+PG) Engineering
Positions

Teaching faculty
Professo Associate Assistant
r
Professor Professor

Nonteaching
staff

Technica
l Staff

*M

*F

*M

*F

*M

*F

11

36

06

37

09

53

04

22

*F

*M

*F

Total Requirement
20
42
Sanctioned by the UGC /
University / State Government 08 01# 11
Recruited
Yet to recruit
12
31
Sanctioned by the Management/
society or other authorized bodies 02
12
Recruited
10

Yet to recruit

101
47
43
60

26
Excess

19

*M - Male *F Female

*M

#Director

MBA
Positions
Total Requirement
Sanctioned by the UGC /
University / State Government
Recruited
Yet to recruit
Sanctioned by the Management/
society or other authorized
bodies
Recruited
Yet to recruit

Teaching faculty
Associate Assistant
Professor
Professor Professor

Nonteaching
staff

Technical
Staff

*M

*M

*M

*F

*M

02
-

02

01

02

03

02

05

01

03

3 Excess

02

01

*F

01

02

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03

02
-

01

*F

10

03
-

02

*M

04
-

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Qualifications of the teaching staff Engineering (#Director)

25.

Professor
Male
Female

Highest Qualification

Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG

Associate Professor
Male
Female

Assistant Professor
Male
Female

Total

07
-

01#
-

02
09

03
41

01
10

14
60

01
01

04
08

03
57

02
06

10
72

MBA
Professor
Male
Female

Highest Qualification

Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG

Assistant Professor
Male
Female

01
-

03

03
02

04
05

02
-

01
01

03

03
04

38

Students enrolled in the College during the current academic year, with
the following details:
UG

Students

PG

Integrat
Integrat
PG
D.Litt./ Certifi
ed
M.Phil. Ph.D.
ed
Diploma Diplo MBA
D.Sc.
cate
Masters
Ph.D.
ma
F M F M F M F M F M F M F M
F M F M F

M
F
M
From the state
where the
1565 733 297 93
College is
located
From other
16 03 07 1
states of India

230

41

- 100 101

NRI students

Foreign
students

230

41

- 104 101

Total

* M Male

1581 736 304 94

* F Female

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Number of Visiting Faculty/ Guest Faculty engaged by the


College.

26.

27.

Associate Professor
Male
Female

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28.

Dropout rate in UG and PG (average for the last two batches)


Sr. No
UG
1
2
PG
1
2
MBA
1
2

Year

Admitted Student

Dropout Student

Percentage

2013-14
2014-15

2350
2449

27
24

1.15
0.98

2013-14
2014-15

362
370

0
0

0
0

2013-14
2014-15

238
214

04
03

1.68
1.40

29.

Number of working days during the last academic year

Sem I - 90

Sem II- 90

30.

Number of teaching days during the last academic year

Sem I- 90

Sem II- 90

31.

Is the College registered as a study centre for offering distance education


programmes for any University?
9

Yes

No

If yes, provide the


a. Name of the University :YCMOU
b. Is it recognized by the Distance Education
Council?
Yes
No
9
c. Indicate the number of programmes offered

32.

Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered


Engineering
Faculty: 161
Students : 2,723
1 : 16.91
MBA
Faculty: 16
Students : 205
1 : 12.81

33.

Is the College applying for?


Accreditation :

Cycle 1

Cycle 2

Cycle 3

Cycle 4

Re-Assessment:
34.

Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and reassessment only)
Not Applicable

35.

a. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)


16 /02/2016.

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b. Dates of submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQARs).


IQAC committee is recently formed. (16 Feb. 2016)
36. Any other relevant data, the College would like to include.
Some of our salient features
Our institute ranked among top 100 colleges of India by National Institutional
Ranking framework (NIRF), MHRD, Government of India. The institute ranked
75 at national level. 7th at State Level and 1st at University Level.
All seven UG & Three PG programmes are accredited & reaccredited by NBA as on
today.
Institute has signed MOU for TEQIP (Technical Education Quantity Improvement
Program) Phase II with project funding of Rs. 4.00 Crore from the World Bank
through Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).
International students under PIO quota have taken admissions to UG Programmes,
i.e. B.Tech. and MBA program.
Accredited by Institution of Engineers (India), Kolkata
Accredited by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
Infosys Campus Connect programme to provide soft skills.
Excellent computer center (CAD) with softwares worth Rs. 1.50 Crore.
RIT has a dedicated R&D cell to nurture the research, innovation and entrepreneurship
ideas among faculty and students. Institute has 25 provisionally registered patents.
We have received grants worth Rs. 1.5 Crore in last three years from AICTE, DST and
industries and five products are in the final phase of commercialization. We have
established Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship
Development (CIIED).
RIT Finishing School is established to offer the skill based short term courses in the
field of CAD/CAM/CAE, Product Design & Development.
Round the year webinars from IUCEE (Indo-Universe Collaboration for
Engineering Education).
Talent pipe line project with Bharat Forge Ltd., Pune
11 MoU with Industries, Research Organizations and Universities in India and 4
abroad. Some prominent among these us Universities are Massachusetts Lowell,
Purdue University and Lawrence Technological University. We have MoU with
CTARA- centre for appropriate rural Technology alternatives, IIT, Powai and we are
working together in Water sector Projects. We are working closely with Dr. Milind
Sohoni, Head, CSE Dept. IIT, Powai.
RIT bagged Sustainable Institute Industry Partnership (SIIP) 2014 award for
engineering college at IIT, Chennai given by SEED i.e. Sustainable Engineering
Entrepreneurship Development organization.
Alumni are spread all around the world and we publish RIT Communiqus an
Alumni Newsletter every Quarter to remain connected with them. 21 issues are
published.
RIT has started the Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET) in
partnership with Indo-Universe Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE).
Signed Technology Marketing Agreement with CSIR-TECH, Pune approved
technology business incubator recognized by DST-National Science & Tech.
Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB).

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CRITERION - I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS


1.1

Curriculum Design and Development

1.1.1 How are the institutional vision / mission reflected in the academic
program of the college?
Vision of the Institute
Transformation of young minds into competent engineers to face global
challenges.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology has an ambitious vision of transforming
the young minds into competent technocrats and managers to practice their
profession in a boundary less world. Towards the attainment of this vision, the
Institute is to be recognized as one of the premier institution in engineering
and management education, research and transfer of knowledge for the benefit
of local as well as global society. It intends to be world class institute creative
in character, with innovation high on agenda.
The Institution dreams big, think great and intends to be heading towards
world class education by using autonomy effectively and contribute to the
industrial/social development of the area. The trustees of the society and the
Board of Governors are visionaries, imaginative and committed to the cause.
They are fully conscious about the changes that are happening at the global
level and motivate and guide to set the institute in to dynamism responsive to
the to the changing techno economic scenario.
Mission of the Institute
To offer the state of art technical education programmes to shape
promising engineers with requisite skills, knowledge, research aptitude,
values and ethics ensuring rewarding careers.
Through its mission, RIT commits to deliver the world class quality
educational programs both at under graduate and post graduate level, relevant
and purposeful matching with opportunities with judicious focus on both
theory and practice. The management and faculty put up relentless efforts to
foster the learning culture and promote the learning opportunities to develop
the student with knowledge, skills and competencies for seeking the career
opportunities of their choice both lo.
The institute fosters research culture and focus on technological innovations
and development of relevant technologies that are sustainable, inclusive and
for the benefit of all the sections of the society. A strong industry academia
interaction for mutual benefit which is built on the strong foundations of
mutual trust. This interaction will help students to acquire industry relevant
practices, bridge the gap between the theoretical concept and industry
practices and promote industry relevant research.
All the programs are designed based on the Graduate Attributes (GAs)
recommended by National Board of Accreditation (NBA). These GAs are the
knowledge and skill sets to be possessed by the engineering graduates to
become a competent engineer to face global challenges. These GAs cover the
technical knowledge of science and engineering, ability to solve the
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engineering problems, design and conduct the experiments, analyze the results
using research methodology. These GAs also cover the professional skills like
working in a team, communication, use of modern tools, societal and
environmental requirements.
1.1.2 Describe the mechanism used in the design and development of the
curriculum? Give details on the process (need, assessment, feedback etc.).
At RIT Outcomes based curriculum design mechanism has been implemented.
For each program of study program educational objectives (PEOs) are
formulated. These PEOs reflect the career and professional accomplishment of
the graduated passed out from the program are formulated. Next program
outcomes (POs) are formulated. POs are the narrower statements which reflect
what knowledge and abilities students should gain upon completion of the
program. These POs are established in line with the PEOs of the program and
graduate attributes (GAs) recommended by National Board of Accreditation
(NBA). Curriculum structure and detailed curriculum is then prepared which
collectively satisfies all the POs. Curriculum is set of theory courses,
laboratory courses, seminars, projects etc. Experiential learning is the theme of
the curriculum. While switching from university affiliation to autonomous
status numbers of mini projects have been added. Professional skills
development courses have been added to improve the soft skills of the
students.
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1.1.3 How does the college involve industry, research bodies, and civil society in
the curriculum design and development process? How did the college
benefit through the involvement of the stake holders?
Each department in RIT has established Department advisory Board (DAB).
Industry experts, Parents, Alumni and senior faculty of the department are the
members of DAB. Meetings of the DAB are held at least twice in a year. The
various matters which are discussed in the DAB meetings are defining and
redefining PEOs and PO, curriculum design based on the recommendation of
Board of Studies (BOS).
Feedback on curriculum is also collected through the alumni survey and
employer survey which is considered while designing the curriculum by the
BOS.
1.1.4 How the following aspects are ensured through curriculum design and
development?
Employability
Innovation
Research
Curriculum is designed such that all the GAs are addressed. GAs
recommended by NAB are in line with GAs recommended by Accreditation
Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET), USA. These GA are the
outcomes many workshops, debates, interactions with industry experts
conducted by the signatories to the Washington accord. Following are the GAs
recommended by NBA;
1. Engineering knowledge
2. Problem analysis
3. Design/development of solutions
4. Conduct investigations of complex problems
5. Modern tool usage
6. The engineer and society
7. Environment and sustainability
8. Ethics
9. Individual and team work
10. Communication
11. Project management and finance
12. Life-long learning
GA numbers 1 to 5 are based on the technical competency while the GA
numbers 6 to 12 are based on the professional development. If the curriculum
is based on all of this GAs, it ensures employability, innovation and research.
Technical events like Quantum, Trailblazers, and Enthuse etc. are organized
by the students organization to provide the platform to showcase the research
of the students. Students are encouraged to take industry sponsored projects
based on the real life problems.
1.1.5 How does college ensure that the curriculum developed addresses the
needs of the society and have relevance to the regional / national
development needs?
GA number six is the engineer and society. While designing the curriculum
care is taken that this GA is satisfied. At RIT we have environment science as
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core course in all the programs. Students undertake a mini project based on the
environment science. In fact number of mini projects and a capstone project is
included in the curriculum. Through these projects students undertakes the
problems related to society, regional and national development needs.
1.1.6 To what extent does the college use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies
for developing or restructuring the curriculum? Has the college been
instrumental in leading any curricular reform which has created a
national impact?
RIT got the autonomy just four years back. RIT has implemented the policy of
gradual change in the curriculum to avoid any shocks. So far care has been
taken to address all the GAs through curriculum. Experiential learning is
another aspect of the revised curriculum. The course in Environmental science
is one of the recommendations of the regulatory bodies that have been
implemented. Curriculum is based on the model curriculum of the All India
Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
Table 1.1: Curriculum Components in Percentage (AICTE & RIT)
Sr.
No.

7
8

Course work subject area


Humanities and Social
Sciences (HS), including
Management
Basic Sciences (BS)
including Mathematics,
Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Engineering Sciences (ES),
including
Materials, Workshop,
Drawing, Basics of Electrical
/Electronics /Mechanical
/Computer Engineering,
Instrumentation
Professional Subjects Core
(PC), relevant to the chosen
specialization/branch;
(May be split into Hard (no
choice) and Soft (with
choice), if required ;)
Professional Subjects
Electives (PE), relevant to
the chosen specialization/
branch
Open Subjects Electives
(OE), from other technical
and/or emerging subject
areas
Project Work, Seminar
and/or Internship in
Industry or elsewhere.
Mandatory Courses
(MC)
TOTAL

Number of
theory and
lab courses

AICTE
Suggested
credits

RIT
Credits

Min.

Max.

RIT
Credits
in %

14

11

10

30

21

15

20

11

20

30

38

15

20

20

36

50

91

30

40

47

20

10

10

15

12

10

20

20

10

15

10

Non
credit

81

176

194

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1.2

Academic Flexibility

1.2.1 Give details on the following provisions with reference to academic


flexibility
a. Core / elective options
Full flexibility is given to BOSs of all the departments to decide the
numbers and kind of core and elective courses for the programs of study
offered by them provided that curriculum is addressing all the graduate
attributes (GAs) and inputs from industry and alumni are taken care of.
Professional Core Courses (UG and PG):
Professional Core courses offered by each department are as per
requirement of Program Outcomes (POs) and AICTE guidelines. Core
courses include all the basic and higher level courses of corresponding
program besides those required as per the Program Specific Criteria of
corresponding international professional body. This establishes the
equivalence of the graduate of this institute with any other related
engineering graduate anywhere in the world.
Inter-departmental Elective Courses (Open Elective) at UG and PG:
Institute level, inter department electives are offered at final year of the B.
Tech. Program and first and second semester of PG programs. Students of
any branch can opt for these electives. Interdisciplinary approach is used to
design these courses. This provides an opportunity to the students to
acquire knowledge in their area of interest from other engineering
programs.
Program Electives Courses at UG and PG:
Professional elective courses are program specific courses but are part of
specialization in that program. This enables them to acquire in-depth
knowledge of the specialized area of the concerned engineering discipline
of their choice. These courses can be offered and can be altered by the BoS
from time to time as per the trends in industries.
Choice for Project (UG and PG)
The students are given option in the eighth semester for UG and third
semester for PG to carry out their final year project/dissertation in the
industry or research institute or any other reputed academic college OR in
the department for the full term. The former option gives exposure to the
students of industrial/research environment and helps them broaden their
perceptions and views.
Mandatory Courses at PG:
Research Methodology and Advanced Engineering Mathematics are the
credit courses, one in each semester and mandatory for all PG students.
These courses guide the students to approach the research problem in a
scientific manner and develop the Analytical skills to plan and execute any
task.

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b. Enrichment courses.
For the enrichment of the courses RIT has established RIT Finishing
School (RFS). RFS is offering value added hands on courses in the field of
CAD/CAM/CAE, Project management, Enterprise resource planning etc.
Some of the courses offered through RFS are CATIA CAD, Finite
Element Analysis using ANSYS, Product Life Cycle Management (PLM)
using Siemens Teamcentre, Siemense NX CAD, and Computational Fluid
Dynamics (CFD) etc.
Courses offered in modular form
Courses are not offered in modular form but electives are in bundles of
courses. Program of study is split into two or three specializations and
electives are offered as bundle of these specializations.
c. Credit transfer and accumulation facility
Credit transfer facility is yet to be implemented in RIT.
d. Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programs and courses.
Lateral entry to Diploma students is allowed at the second year of the UG
program
Vertical transfer of branches is offered after completion of first year.
Institutional open electives are offered at the final year.
Institutional electives can be opted by students of multiple programs.
1.2.2 Have any courses been developed specially targeting international
students? If so, how successful have they been? If no, explain the
impediments.
Curriculum at RIT is based GAs. GAs are formulated by ABET considering
the requirement of global employers. Therefore no additional courses are
developed.
1.2.3 Does the college offer dual degree and twinning programs? If yes give
details.
No. RIT do not offer such programs.
1.2.4 Does the college offer self financing programs? If yes, list them and
indicate if policies regarding admission, fee structure, teacher
qualification and salary are at par with the aided programs?
All the programs offered by RIT are self financed.
1.2.5 Has the college adopted the choice based credit system (CBCS)? If yes,
how many programs are covered under the system?
No.
1.2.6 What percentage of programs offered by the college follows:
Annual system
Semester system
Trimester system
All the programs (100%) offered by RIT follows semester system
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1.2.7 What is the policy of the college to promote inter-disciplinary programs?


Name the programs and what is the outcome?
Inter-disciplinary programs are not offered in RIT

1.3

Curriculum Enrichment

1.3.1 How often the curriculum of the college is reviewed for making it socially
relevant and / or job oriented / knowledge intensive and meeting the
merging needs of students and other stake holders?
Curriculum of each program is revised every two years. Inputs of all the stake
holders viz. students, alumni, employer parents are considered while
designing the curriculum to make it socially relevant, job oriented and
knowledge intensive.
1.3.2 How many new programs have been introduced at UG and PG levels
during the last four years? Mention details.
Inter-disciplinary
No inter-disciplinary program is introduced in last four years

Programs in emerging area


Following new programs have been introduced in last four years:
1. M. Tech. Mechanical (Heat Power Engineering)

1.3.3 What are the strategies adopted for the revision of the existing programs?
What percentage of courses underwent a major syllabus revision?
For the revision of the curriculum of the existing programs outcomes based
curriculum design strategy is implemented.

Attainment of POs calculated and compared with goals or the threshold


value. If attainment of any of the PO is not satisfactory then either teaching
methods or the curriculum is modified.
Upon completion of the program, graduate exit survey of the students is
conducted. This is used as one of the input for the revision of the
curriculum.
Alumni and employer surveys are conducted. Feedback received from
these surveys is discussed in depth during DAB meetings and are
considered during syllabus revision.
Emphasis is on Experiential Learning.
Formal and informal suggestions by experts from industries and Academic
council members.
Review of global scenario through interaction with International experts

About 50% courses underwent a major syllabus revision in last three years.
100%Courses underwent a revision for properly defining the course
objectives, course Outcome and their mappings to program outcomes in view
of national thrust on Outcome Based Education philosophy.
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1.3.4 What are the value added courses offered by the college and how does the
college ensure that all the students have access to them?
RIT offers institute level open electives for students from all the programs can
enroll. Value added hands on training courses are offered though RFS open for
all the students on payment cost based fees.
1.3.5 Has the college introduced any higher order skill development programs
in consonance with national requirements as outlined by the National
Skills development Corporation and other agencies?
As per Bloom taxonomy analyzing, evaluating and creating are the higher
order skills. To impart these skills to the students RIT has introduced number
of mini projects into the curriculum of all the programs. RFS is also offering
the number of skill based courses in line with National Skills Development
Corporation. Some of these courses are:

1.4

Hands on training course on CATIA V5 CAD


Hands on training course on NX CAD
Hands on training course in Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS
Hands on training course on STAAD Pro
Hands on training program on Prima Vera

Feedback System

1.4.1 Does the College have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from
students regarding the curriculum and how is it made use of?
Yes, the college does have mechanism to obtain feedback from student
regarding curriculum delivery. In mid of semester Students Learning
Assessment is carried out by trained auditors and students feedback is taken
regarding teaching learning process and assessment. The feedback gets
evaluated on the lickert scale and faculty members scoring below average get
mentored by auditors and in critical cases counseling is done.
At the end of semester for every course, course end survey is taken so as to
see the attainment of course outcomes. After rigorous analyses corrective
measures has been taken in subsequent versions.
To prepare industry based syllabus alumni and employers are given
opportunity to share their views through their nominations on Board of
Studies, Department Advisory Board etc. Informal discussions with alumni
and employer are also taken into consideration to update the curriculum with
changing industry scenario.
1.4.2 Does the College elicit feedback on the curriculum from national and
international faculty? If yes, specify a few methods adopted to do the
same - (conducting webinar, workshop, online forum discussion etc.).
Give details of the impact on such feedback.
Yes, the college does elicit feedback on curriculum from the faculty of
institute of national importance like IITs, NITs etc. Infact, few faculty
members are on academic council board of college and many have contributed
through curriculum design workshops and their participation in BOS meetings.
Faculty members are members of national and international professional
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societies like IET UK, ASME, IEEE, SAE etc. and are providing guidelines on
curriculum design and development.
1.4.3 Specify the mechanism through which alumni, employers, industry
experts and community give feedback on curriculum enrichment and the
extent to which it is made use of.
Institute is having following feedback mechanism:

Alumni feedback
Employer feedback
Informal feedback obtained during alumni meet
Informal feedback obtained during industry visit, campus interviews,
parent meets etc.
Feedback during informal meets with stakeholders like parents, industry
people etc.

Feedback received from all the stakeholders is analyzed critically. Valid points
of improvements are taken into consideration for better teaching learning
process and enhancing quality education in the institute
1.4.4 What is the quality sustenance and quality enhancement measure
undertaken by the institution in ensuring effective development of the
curricula?
Effective development of curricula is being looked after by Dean Academics.
Every department has individual BOS comprising internal members like all
faculty members and external members representing alumni, industry people,
academician and VC nominee. Detailed structure and curriculum is prepared
in BOS and send for approval in academic council meeting through Dean
Academics.

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First Graduation Ceremony: Hon. Ratan Tata addressing graduates

Third Graduation Ceremony: Hon.Dr. Raghunath Marshelkar addressing graduates

ISTE Workshop on Outcome Based Education

Board Of Studies (BOS) Meeting

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CRITERION II: TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION


2.1

Student Enrolment and Profile

2.1.1 How does the College ensure publicity and transparency in the admission
process?
We are doing all admissions as per DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL
EDUCATION, Mumbai rules. For the student information we are giving
advertisement in different types of newspapers at the time of admission. If the
seat is vacant after CAP round we are publishing advertisement for these seats
and doing admission after receiving applications from interested candidates
and give the admission as per their merit.
2.1.2 Explain in detail the process of admission put in place for UG, PG and
Ph.D. programmes by the College. Explain the criteria for admission (Ex.
(i) merit, (ii) merit with entrance test, (iii) merit, entrance test and
interview, (iv) common test conducted by state agencies and national
agencies (v) others followed by the College?
Admissions are done as per the DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL
EDUCATION process. The process is mentioned below.
Rules of Admission through Centralized Admission Process (CAP)Candidates seeking admission to Engineering/Technology courses are required
to appear for JEE (Main) 2015 (Paper 1) conducted by Central Board of
Secondary Education (CBSE). For the academic year 2015-2016, the
Competent Authority for Admissions in the state of Maharashtra shall conduct
total Three (3) rounds of Centralized Admission Process (CAP). The CAP
shall consist of first two (2) rounds of Centralized Allotment wherein eligible
candidates of respective rounds (both Maharashtra and All India) will fill &
confirm fresh Online Option forms through their login for respective rounds.
The Maharashtra Candidate eligible for All India Seats is required to submit
only single option form for both Maharashtra and All India Seats. Third round
of CAP shall be conducted by counseling, only for the eligible Maharashtra
State candidates.
Major Steps in the Admission through CAP are summarized below:
1. Filling of Online Application Form for Centralized Admission to
Engineering/Technology by eligible candidates.
2. Document Verification &Confirmation of Online Application form at
Application Form Receipt Centers(ARCs)
3. Display of Provisional Merit List of candidates who have confirmed the
online Application Form on website www.Directorate of Technical
Educationmaharashtra.gov.in
4. Submission of Grievances (if any) at ARC
5. Display of Final Merit List of candidates on website.
6. Filling and Confirmation of Option form for Round I by candidate
through his/her Login.
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7. Display of Allotment of CAP Round I on website.


8. Reporting to respective Institutes as per allotment of CAP Round I
9. Filling of Online Option Form for CAP Round II by candidate through
his/her Login.
10. Confirmation of Option form for Round II by candidate through his/her
Login
11. Display of Allotment of CAP Round II on website.
12. Reporting to respective Institutes as per allotment of CAP Round II
13. CAP Round-III by counseling and reporting to respective Institute.
Table 2.1: MBA Cutoff
Academic Year

CET

AMMI

2015-2016

34.396

36.08

2014-2015

0.83

37.93

Cutoff List of UG & PG is separately attached in Annexure - IV


2.1.3 Does the College have a mechanism to review its admission process and
student profiles annually? If yes, what is the outcome of such an analysis
and how has it contributed to the improvement of the process?
We are analyzing the admission data from following point of view
1. Gender
2. Reservations
3. District wise admission in the state
4. Merit cut off
By above analysis we focus on the merit cut off & district wise admissions.
Keeping this in view we are continuously trying hard to raise the merit cut off
by attracting the creamy layer students, by projecting RIT in the way of
teaching learning methodology at RIT, infrastructural facilities and
extracurricular activities. For projecting this we have designed a program
known as SAMANVAY under this our faculties enlightens the students of
junior colleges by visiting their colleges about career avenues available to
them & by showcasing facilities at RIT. By this we are constantly raising our
bars as far as merit is concern.
To increase the number of admission from every district we are giving an
awareness program to the students coming from different districts. The same
students are conveying this in their respective previous colleges (Junior
college) when they visit their town in the vacations. They are showcasing /
promoting RIT in their junior college in front of their juniors by which we are
trying create image of RIT to increase the number of admissions in respective
taluka / districts.
We are analyzing the admission process by monitoring the cutoff of every
course. We are giving below the cutoff list.
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2.1.4

What are the strategies adopted to increase / improve access to students


belonging to the following categories?
* SC/ST
* OBC
* Women
* Different categories of persons with disabilities
* Economically weaker sections
* Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities
Table 2.2: Reservation % as per the Govt. norms

Sr.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Category of Reservation
Scheduled Castes and Schedule caste converts to
Buddhism ( SC)
Schedule Tribes (ST)
Vimukta Jati (VJ)/De notified Tribes( DT) (NT-A)
Nomadic Tribes 1 (NT-B)
Nomadic Tribes 2 (NT-C)
Nomadic Tribes 3 (NT-D)
Other Backward Classes (OBC)

Reservation
13.0 %
7.0 %
3.0 %
2.5 %
3.5 %
2.0 %
19.0 %

Reservation for sons/daughters of Defence service personnel:


Five (5) % seats of the total sanctioned intake for an institute, subject to a
maximum of five (5) seats in each institute coming under CAP shall be
reserved for
Children of ex- service personnel who are domiciled in Maharashtra State
(DEF-1).
Children of active service personnel who are domiciled in Maharashtra
State (DEF-2).
Children of active service personnel (DEF-3)
Reservation for Persons with Disability Candidates:
As per the provisions in Clause 39 of Equal Opportunities, Protection of
Rights and Full Participation Act 1995, three percent (3%) seats of total
sanctioned intake capacity of all the institutions coming under CAP shall be
reserved for Persons with Disability candidates.
1% seats for Visually impaired (blind) candidates (P1)
1% seats for Speech & hearing impaired (deaf & dumb) candidates, (P2)
1% seats for Orthopedic disorders, learning disabilities, Dyslexia,
Dyscalculia, Dysgraphica, Spastic (P3)
Reservation for Female candidates:
As per the provisions in Govt. Resolution No. GEC-1000/ (123/2000)/ Tech.
Edu.-1, dated 17th April, 2000, 30% seats are available for Maharashtra State
CAP shall be reserved for female candidates in all the courses of the
institutions coming under CAP. This reservation shall be applicable for
General, SC, ST, DT/VJ (NT-A), NT-B, NT-C, NT-D and OBC categories.
Seats reserved for Female candidates are available under 70% Home
University seats, 30% Other than Home University seats and State Level seats
coming under the CAP. There shall be no reservation for Female candidates
under Defence, Persons with Disability and SBC categories.
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IMPORTANT: All such candidates who fail to substantiate claims made


(such as reservation category, PH, Defence etc.) with necessary supporting
documents shall be converted to GENERAL category and/or such applications
will be rejected as the case may be. Once such candidates are converted to
GENERAL category and they will have to fulfill the minimum eligibility
criteria as set out for a ENERAL category candidate.
Details of admissions against reservations
Table 2.3:Category wise Student Ratio B.Tech
2014-2015
Sr.
No.
1

SC 13%

41

Total Admitted
Students
38

ST 7%

22

17

VJ 3%

09

09

NT B 2.5

08

08

NT C 3.5

11

10

NT D 2

06

06

OBC 19

59

56

DEF 5%

05

05

Physical Handicap 3 %

09

09

10

OPEN

156

161

11

TFWS

24

22

12

MGT 20%

96

91

13

PIO Admitted

72

14

14

All India

72

62

Grand Total

590

508

Intake in Percentage

Intake

Table 2.4:Category wise Student Ratio M.Tech


2014-2015
Sr.
No.
1

SC 13%

19

Total Admitted
Students
11

ST 7%

10

00

VJ 3%

04

02

NT B 2.5

04

03

NT C 3.5

05

04

NT D 2

03

02

OBC 19

28

16

Physical Handicap 3 %

04

OPEN

72

104

10

MGT 20%

43

43

12

Ag. CAP

Intake in Percentage

Grand Total

Sr.
No.
1
2

Intake

05
192

190

Table 2.5:Category wise Student Ratio M.B.A.


2014-2015
Total Admitted
Intake in Percentage
Intake
Students
01
SC 13%
12
0
ST 7%
6

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Sr.
No.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

2.1.5

Intake in Percentage
VJ 3%
NT B 2.5
NT C 3.5
NT D 2
OBC 19
Physical Handicap 3%
OPEN
MGT 20%
PIO Admitted
All India
Grand Total

Intake
03
02
03
02
17
03
42
12
18
18
138

Total Admitted
Students
0
01
0
0
02
0
34
45
4
17
104

Furnish the number of students admitted in the College in the last four
academic years.

Table 2.6:Under Graduate Courses


Academic Year: 2014-15
Categories
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
SC
32
14
51
19
58
16
60
28
ST
10
0
11
01
10
0
07
0
OBC
58
18
65
31
83
34
81
36
General
230
77
224
110
211
119
285
119
Others
52
20
62
28
69
27
65
28
Academic Year: 2013-14
SC
43
13
51
17
61
28
41
27
ST
10
0
10
0
07
0
02
0
OBC
55
18
80
35
85
37
74
36
General
203
90
205
114
273
119
189
102
Others
48
23
62
27
59
27
54
25
Academic Year: 2012-13
SC
44
8
60
28
38
26
31
07
ST
10
0
08
02
02
0
03
0
OBC
58
20
80
33
77
35
69
26
General
201
89
249
126
193
100
220
88
Others
51
24
54
29
58
25
29
18
Academic Year: 2011-12
SC
48
14
46
25
32
08
35
07
ST
06
01
0
0
03
0
0
0
OBC
61
24
74
39
63
26
82
19
General
223
95
217
98
228
89
319
88
Others
44
25
68
22
35
19
46
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Table 2.7:Post Graduate Courses (Engineering)
Academic Year: 2014-15
Categories
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
SC
10
03
12
03
ST
OBC
30
01
28
04
General
101
28
89
30
Others
14
06
09
01
Academic Year: 2013-14
SC
12
03
07
04
ST
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Table 2.7:Post Graduate Courses (Engineering)


Academic Year: 2014-15
OBC
28
4
22
07
General
91
30
107
23
Others
09
01
12
02
Academic Year: 2012-13
SC
06
04
10
03
ST
OBC
21
07
18
07
General
106
23
83
32
Others
12
02
18
03
Academic Year: 2011-12
SC
12
04
09
02
ST
OBC
19
07
18
01
General
83
33
66
10
Others
18
03
07
01
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Table 2.8:Post Graduate Courses (MBA)


Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
Academic Year: 2014-15
SC
00
08
04
02
ST
OBC
04
16
07
12
General
35
35
46
31
Others
05
06
01
01
Academic Year: 2013-14
SC
04
04
02
06
ST
OBC
08
14
08
10
General
50
35
31
49
Others
03
02
09
03
Academic Year: 2012-13
SC
01
04
04
02
ST
OBC
08
11
08
05
General
34
49
45
39
Others
11
02
03
07
Academic Year: 2011-12
SC
04
04
04
00
ST
OBC
06
08
08
03
General
41
45
18
13
Others
08
03
02
04
Categories

2.1.6

Has the College conducted any analysis of demand ratio for the various
programmes offered by the College? If so, indicate significant trends
explaining the reasons for increase / decrease.
We are following admission process as per DIRECTORATE OF
TECHNICAL EDUCATION norms .We are giving below the details of
demand ratio of application to admission for Management Quota.

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Table 2.9: Admission for Management Quota


Programmes

Admission
Intake

UG
PG
MBA

96
40
12

UG
PG
MBA

96
43
12

2.1.7

Number of
applications
2013 14
133
84
50
2014 15
342
123
38

Number of
students admitted

Demand
Ratio

96
40
12

1 : 1.38
1 : 2.10
1 : 4.17

89
43
12

1 : 3.84
1 : 2.86
1 : 3.16

Was there an instance of the College discontinuing a programme during


last four years? If yes, indicate the reasons.
No.

2.2

Catering to Student Diversity

2.2.1 Does the College organize orientation / induction programme for


freshers? If yes, give details of the duration of programme, issues
covered, experts involved and mechanism for using the feedback in
subsequent years.
Yes. The Rajarambapu institute of technology organizes a one day
orientation/welcome programme for all F.Y.B.Tech students after their
admission. The Chairman, director and Dean (student development) of the
institute addresses the gathering of F.Y.B.Tech students and their parents by
welcoming and giving brief details of about the institute.
After, The Chairman, director and Dean (student development) of the institute
address, the students admitted to a program assemble in the class room of the
department where they are addressed by the class monitors to inform about the
departmental facilities and introduce department faculty members. The
students are then taken for round visit the parent department and departmental
laboratories. Also the students in groups are taken to various central facilities
like central library, first year department, workshop, digital library etc.by the
class monitors.
2.2.2 Does the College have a mechanism through which the differential
requirements of student population are analyzed after admission and
before the commencement of classes? If so, how are the key issues
identified and addressed?
Yes, following mechanism has been followed for differential requirements of
student population Inter disciplinary culture and thought process
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Promoting co-education
No discrimination based on caste and religion
Blending of students of each branch within a class.
Separate hostel reserved for first year students
Fear free and ragging free environment

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2.2.3 Does the College provide bridge /Remedial /add - on courses? If yes, how
are they structured into the time table? Give details of the courses offered,
department-wise/faculty-wise?
Yes, college provides bridge and remedial courses to fulfill the prerequisites
for particular course. Faculty engages extra classes for the same.
College has very good mechanism for conducting remedial classes. Few steps
regarding the conduction of remedial classes are:

Identification of slow learners after monitoring progress of the students.


Special assistance during tutorial classes by giving extra assignments,
explaining critical concepts to improve their performance.
Resource material made available on moodle server.
Provided counseling to slow learners and their parents.

Department wise details of bridge, Remedial courses are given below:


Table 2.10: Department wise details of bridge, Remedial courses
Automobile Department
Bridge Course offered
Faculty
Manufacturing Process
Prof. A. D. Patwardhan
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Prof. S. Y. Sawant
Remedial Course
Applied Thermodynamics
Prof. S. R. Kumbhar
Fluid Mechanics
Prof. S. P. Jagtap
Dynamics of Machines
Prof. S. S. Godbole
Civil Engineering Department
Remedial Course
Faculty
Structural Mechanics
Prof. S. R. Deshmukh
Surveying
Prof. P. B. Salgar
Mathematics-III
Prof. S. B. Patil
Building Drawing
Prof. R. D. Patil
Professional Skill
Prof. H. U. Mulay
Structural Mechanics (Lab)
Prof. S. R. Deshmukh
Surveying (Lab)
Prof. P. B. Salgar
Building Drawing (Lab)
Prof. R. D. Patil
Professional Skill (Lab)
Prof. H. U. Mulay
Computer Science and Engineering Department
Remedial Course
Faculty
Theory of Computation
Prof. G. G. Shingan
Electrical Engineering Department
Remedial Course
Faculty
Engineering Mathematics-III
Mr. Shivaji Lokare
Electrical Circuit Analysis
Mr. VRSV Bharath
Electronics and Telecommunication Department
Remedial Course
Faculty
Network Theory
Ms. P.P.Patil
EFT
Dr. A.B.Kakde
Information Technology Department
Remedial Course
Faculty
Advanced C Programming
Mr.R.J.Mandale
Digital System & Microprocessor
Ms.A.K.Ingale
Data Structure
Ms.V.T.Lokare
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Mechanical Engineering Department


Remedial Course
Faculty
Prof. M. V. Pisal
Fluid Mechanics
Prof. P. S. Jadhav
Prof. Dr. S. M. Sawant
Applied Thermodynamics
Prof. Dr. S. D. Patil
Electrical Technology
Prof. K. K. More
MBA
Bridge Course offered
Faculty
Prof. Kalpana Deshpande (
Cradle to Corporate Module I, II , III , IV
Prof. K. S .Patil)
Business Applications
Prof. K. S .Patil
Purple Leaps Soft Skills training
Prof. Aniket Pardeshi
Foundation / Orientation Course
Prof. V.S.Kadam
Corporate Readiness Program
Prof. K.S. Patil
Add-on Courses
Soft Skills Training by corporate trainers.
Prof. Soham Dadarkar
Pre- Placement talks are arranged for students
Prof. B.K.Sinha
by faculty and company executives.
Case Study: Debates, in basket exercises are
Prof. H.V.gaikwad
conducted.
2.2.4 Has the College conducted a study on the incremental academic growth of
different categories of students; - student from disadvantaged sections of
society, economically disadvantaged, physically challenged and slow learners
etc.? If yes, give details on how the study has helped the College to improve
the performance of these students.
Yes, College monitors and analyzes the results of different categories of
students.
Institute provides special coaching, counseling, book bank facilities etc., to
student from disadvantaged sections of society, economically disadvantaged,
physically challenged and slow learners etc.
Financial support is provided through various schemes like

Scholarship from Emerson.


Financial Help from community fund.
Earn and Learn scheme for needy students.

Result analysis of last two years with various categories is given below:
Table 2.11: Gender wise Result of Students
Result of Boys Student
Sr.
No

Class

FY
BTech

1.

Branch

Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech

No. of Students
AP

PA

FA

AT

%
CLPA

64
68
48
50
37
39
112

26
40
33
36
22
20
90

19
12
08
05
06
12
14

19
16
07
09
09
07
09

40.62
58.82
68.75
72.00
59.45
51.28
80.35

Result of Girls Student


%
PA
+AT
70.31
82.35
83.33
90.00
83.78
69.23
88.39

No. of Students
AP

PA

FA

AT

%
CLPA

08
15
18
17
32
29
20

04
11
12
12
27
18
19

03
01
02
0
00
03
00

01
03
04
05
05
08
01

50.00
73.33
66.66
70.58
84.37
62.06
95.00

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+AT
62.50
93.33
88.88
100
100
89.65
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Result of Boys Student
Sr.
No

Class

Branch

2.

SY
BTech

3.

TY
BTech

4.

B.Tech

No. of Students

Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech

AP

PA

FA

AT

%
CLPA

73
63
43
54
48
33
131
77
60
41
57
34
41
131
87
79
49
64
47
31
145

38
42
31
35
35
25
93
49
49
36
42
28
23
104
78
75
49
59
47
31
140

16
04
05
09
06
00
14
04
02
02
02
00
04
05
09
04
00
05
00
00
05

18
16
07
10
07
08
24
24
09
03
03
06
04
22
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

52.05
66.66
72.09
64.81
72.91
75.75
70.99
63.63
81.66
87.80
73.68
82.35
56.09
79.38
89.65
94.93
100
92.18
100
100
96.55

Result of Girls Student


%
PA
+AT
76.71
92.06
88.37
83.33
87.50
100
89.31
94.80
96.66
95.12
78.94
100
90.24
96.18
-

No. of Students
AP

PA

FA

AT

%
CLPA

08
19
35
26
35
44
33
10
17
43
23
40
36
29
09
20
34
29
37
58
24

05
16
29
25
33
34
25
08
17
36
19
38
27
29
09
20
33
29
37
58
24

02
01
06
01
00
03
02
02
00
01
01
01
00
00
00
01
00
00
00
00

01
02
00
00
02
07
06
00
00
06
04
01
08
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

62.50
71.73
82.85
96.15
94.28
77.27
75.75
80.00
100
83.72
82.60
95.00
75.00
100
100
100
97.05
100
100
100
100

%PA
+AT
75.00
91.30
100
100
93.18
93.93
80.00
97.67
100
97.50
97.22
-

Note: AP- Appeared, PA-Pass, FA-Fail, AT-ATKT, %CLPA-Percent clear pass,


%PA+AT-Percent Pass with ATKT
Result of Reserved Category Students
The branch wise result of the examinations of the all reserved category students is
also given below:
Table 2.12: Result of Reserved Category Students
(OBC/SBC/SC/ST/NT1/NT2/NT3)
Sr.
No

Class

1.

FY
BTech

2.

SY
BTech

3.

TY
BTech

Branch
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech

AP
29
35
26
18
21
32
55
37
36
34
35
34
40
71
50
33
41
33
31
38
65

Reserve Category Student


No. of Students
%
CLPA
PA
FA
AT
13
09
07
44.82
26
05
04
74.28
17
06
03
65.38
12
01
05
66.66
16
01
04
76.19
17
05
09
53.12
43
05
07
78.18
21
07
09
56.75
25
02
09
69.44
22
04
08
64.70
28
02
05
80.00
26
03
05
76.40
32
00
08
80.00
57
03
11
80.28
30
05
15
60.00
28
01
04
84.84
31
02
06
75.60
23
01
09
69.69
28
00
03
90.32
19
04
15
50.00
50
01
14
76.92

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PA +AT
68.96
85.71
76.92
94.44
95.23
81.25
90.90
81.08
94.44
88.23
94.28
91.17
100.00
95.77
90.00
96.96
90.24
96.96
100.00
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Sr.
No

4.

Class

B.Tech

Branch
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech

AP
39
45
42
43
16
34
72

Reserve Category Student


No. of Students
%
CLPA
PA
FA
AT
35
04
00
89.74
44
01
00
97.77
41
01
00
97.61
39
04
00
90.69
16
00
00
100.00
34
00
00
100.00
70
02
00
97.22

%
PA +AT
-

The comparative result of reserved category students for the years 2013-14 &
2014-15 is given below:
Table 2.13: Result of Reserved Category Students
(OBC/SBC/SC/ST/NT1/NT2/NT3)
Comparative Result
Sr.
No

Class

1.

FY
BTech

2.

SY
BTech

3.

TY
BTech

4.

B.Tech

Branch

Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech
Auto
Civil
CSE
Elect
ETC
IT
Mech

Year 2013-14
%
% CLPA
PA+AT
48.27
75.86
66.66
83.33
60.71
92.85
86.20
96.55
65.38
92.30
51.61
77.41
83.92
91.07
37.50
95.83
79.41
94.11
87.17
97.43
72.72
96.96
73.52
94.80
65.00
67.50
72.72
94.80
65.00
95.00
88.37
100.00
51.28
94.87
91.89
97.29
82.85
97.14
80.55
94.44
82.19
97.26
-

Year 2014-15
%
%
CLPA
PA +AT
44.82
68.96
74.28
85.71
65.38
76.92
66.66
94.44
76.19
95.23
53.12
81.25
78.18
90.90
56.75
81.08
69.44
94.44
64.70
88.23
80.00
94.28
76.40
91.17
80.00
100.00
80.28
95.77
60.00
90.00
84.84
96.96
75.60
90.24
69.69
96.96
90.32
100.00
50.00
89.47
76.92
98.76
89.74
97.77
97.61
90.69
100.00
100.00
97.22
-

2.2.5 How does the institution identify and respond to the learning needs of
advanced learners?
Institute identifies advance learners through result analysis of ESE and their
performances in other academic activities such as ISE, MSE, Seminars,
Quizzes etc. for these identified students institute provides additional support
through following scheme

Talent nurture project

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Projects with industry


Coaching for Competitive exams like GATE, GRE, TOFFEL and Foreign
languages.
Sponsorship for BAJA SUPRA Competitions.
Registration fees for participation in seminars and conference.

2.2.6 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled students
and ensure adherence to government policies in this regard?
Yes all the help is provided as per the government norms and regulations.
2.3.1 How does the College plan and organize the teaching, learning and
evaluation schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan and evaluation
blue print, etc.)
Each department has its own Board of Studies (BOS) which consists of
reputed academic, and Industry Expert, Eminent alumni with Head of the
Department as chairman to frame the Curriculum and suggest innovative
methods of implementation and emulate the best practices of world class
institutions and universities. In order to monitor and improve the academic
ambience, Academic Development Committee (ADC), Quality Assurance Cell
and Academic Planning and Monitoring cell ensure the academic policy
implementation.
The academic calendar is prepared by institute for undergraduate as well as
postgraduate courses before commencement of every semester and consists of
commencement of instructional activity, declaration of ISE plans of all
courses, mid-review of attendance and defaulter list, schedule of Mid-semester
examination and End-semester examinations, review of performance of MSE,
schedules of seminar, project work and PG dissertation work end of
instructional activity , declaration of XX grade and schedule of declaration of
result. It is displayed on all notice boards, uploaded on institutes website, e
mailed to all heads of the departments and heads of programs. Every faculty
member prepares teaching plan for each theory and laboratory courses before
the start of the semester. Teaching plan includes Lecture number, Unit
number, content of syllabus to be covered, methods of delivery, modern tool,
papers referred, text book/reference book, website referred etc.
An assessment scheme is designed to evaluate students learning and linked to
attainment of POs and COs, series of innovative assessment techniques have
been introduced like In Semester Examination (ISE)-20%, Mid Semester
Examination (MSE)-30% and End Semester Examination (ESE)-50% weight.
RIT practicing an absolute grading system for student evaluation and required
to earn the total credits specified for the program to earn the degree.
After every evaluation the marks are shown to the students. As far as MSE and
ESE examinations are concerned the answer books are shown to the students.
In case any query is raised by the student, the answer is checked again and if
any valid deviation in the marks if present is being considered to finalize the
marks. The reexamination is conducted for the students who fail in the main
examination and the same procedure is followed to assess the answer books
and declaration of result.

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2.3.2

Does the College provide course outlines and course schedules


prior to the commencement of the academic session? If yes, how is
the effectiveness of the process ensured?
Every faculty member prepares lesson plan and course schedule of ISEs, MSE
and ESE before start of the semester and informs the students at the beginning
of the course. Since institute follows the outcome based education, the
teaching plan contains course description, course outcomes. The students are
made aware of outcomes well before the start of the course. Every department
in the institute keeps an eye on the quality of the teaching learning by- daily
monitoring of teaching learning activities by the head of the department and
respective class coordinator, continuous counseling through department
meetings, students feedback on teaching- learning activity, brain storming in
the meetings for different teaching strategies, In Semester Examinations
having different modules, result analysis, The institute uses different soft links
to display selective e-lessons/ videos to explore the planned curriculum. The
self study courses are introduced for life- long learning. The process of
Academic audit captures the classroom dynamics. It ensures delivery
effectiveness and learning experience.

2.3.3

What are the courses, which predominantly follow the lecture method?
Apart from classroom interactions, what are the other methods of
learning experiences provided to students?
All the theory courses are delivered by lecture method. However along with
traditional method of teaching, digital aids such as LCD projector, PPTs, Videos,
online webinars, QEEE online lectures, and NPTEL lectures are used. The
central library has digital library which contains e books and e journals. They are
being used by faculty members as well as students to enhance the existing
knowledge.

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2.3.4

How 'learning' is made more student-centric? Give a list of participatory


learning activities adopted by the faculty that contribute to holistic
development and improved student learning, besides facilitating lifelong learning and knowledge management.
The design, delivery and assessment of all the academic courses are student
centric. The learners are involved in group discussions, brain storming, and
demonstrations in case of laboratory courses. The participatory learning
activities adopted by the faculty are braining storming, quizzes,
presentations, term paper, flipped classes, seminars, mini-projects, literature
survey in case of undergraduate and postgraduate projects. The students are also
engaged in extra hours for their laboratory and project work. The students
develop lifelong learning, the team work attitude and shows the leadership
qualities in case of projects. The students are asked to write and submit seminar
reports and projects reports which enhance their technical communication skills.
The field training of two weeks is compulsory to the students which enhances
their industry-institute interaction and offers the opportunity to work on real
word problems and to develop the professional skills.These participative
learning activities help to holistic development and enhanced student
learning, besides facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management.

2.3.5

What is the College policy on inviting experts/people of eminence to


providelectures/seminars for students?
Every faculty has a freedom to organize guest lecturers /seminars of subject
experts and industry people as per need.

2.3.6

What are the latest technologies and facilities used by the faculty
for effective teaching? Ex: Virtual laboratories, e-learning, open
educational resources, mobile education, etc.
Almost all classrooms are equipped with LCD projector and computer with
internet facility. Faculty members use power point presentations, videos,
online material to deliver the lecture. Open and licensed Simulation softwares
are used to show the simulations.
Moodle server is available within institute where faculty uploads resource
material, assignments, quizzes, discussion forum etc.
The e-books and e-journals of digital library are being used. The NPTEL
lectures of IIT Madras and IUCEE webinars are used by the faculty members.
The institute has a QEEE smart laboratory to utilize high quality pedagogical
resources to enhance learning in a wider student community. It offers
integration of top quality resources in the form of instructors and multimedia
resources into followed curriculum and methods of teaching. Every semester 9
to 10 QEEE courses are offered by the institute. The institute is a nodal centre
of IIT Bombay for conducting online training programs and workshops.
Faculty members register and attend these programs to enhance their technical
knowledge which is further peculated to the learners.

2.3.7

Is there a provision for the services of counselors/ mentors/ advisors for


each class or group of students for academic, personal and psychosocio guidance? If yes, give details of the process and the number of
students who have benefitted.
There is a provision for the services of counselors for each class for academic,
personal and psycho-socio guidance in the institute. Every class has a
faculty class coordinator acting as a mentor, who interacts with the

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students regularly to find out regularity in attendance, poor performing


students etc. The mid semester review of attendance is taken and students
are addressed to improve their performance. The institute has appointed a
doctor who visits institute and counsel the students identified by the
mentors. The boys and girls hostels have rectors and their staff to look
after the day to day needs.
2.3.8

Are there any innovative teaching approaches/methods/ practices


adopted/put to use by the faculty during the last four years? If yes, did they
improve the learning? What methods were used to evaluate the impact
of such practices? What are the efforts made by the institution in
giving the faculty due recognition for innovation in teaching?
Yes. The faculties of the institute use innovative teaching approaches to
improve teaching-learning process. Apart from chalk and talk teaching
method, the faculty uses the following methods
Learning through Interactive methods: focused group discussions, debate,
case study, brainstorming, panel discussions, role play, communication games.
Learning through Seminar: learners identify their area of interest in
engineering and choose a topic of latest trends in that area in consultation with
faculty member working as guide. Learners study the topic in deep by
referring central library resources such as journals, magazines, conference
proceedings, digital library and internet etc and come out with seminar report
and presentation. This enhances the self learning and communication skill of
the learner.
Learning through Mini-Project: learners of first year, second year and third
year in undergraduate programs and first year of postgraduate programs are
asked to identify a small problem and give solution to it based on the theory
they have learnt. This enhances their skill to identify a problem and give
solution to it.
Learning through Project and dissertation work: learners identify a real
life problem from society or industry and solve that problem at the end of their
program in UG as well as PG. This enhances their life learning skill and
becomes socially responsible citizen.
Learning through simulations and demonstrations: It helps the students to
perform simulations and experiments to pull out the findings and give proper
conclusions. Students get hands on experiences at laboratories.
Learning through Web: Institute uses following tools/techniques in
academic process:

QEEE smart laboratory where real time lectures of highly rated IIT
professors are online available
Moodle server for making academic resources available
IonCudos for finding attainment of CO's and PO's
Online examination software
Online Blended MOOCs courses
Online course through E-outreach
IUCEE webinars

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Learning through Industrial training and field trainings: Every


department organizes the industry visits and also it is mandatory for UG as
well as PG learners to undergo a field training of at least two weeks in the
vacation. Learners visit industry, undergoes a training and prepares a report
and submits to the industry and also institute. The evaluation is carried out at
both the ends to check the learning.
The methods used to evaluate the impact of all these learnings are: As
faculties in the institute has autonomy in preparing their own evaluation and
assessment methods for In Semester Evaluation (ISE), Components for ISE as
well as MSE are based on above teaching methods, Methods used are: Online
MCQ, Quiz, Case Study, Debating, Assignments, and practical examination
for few courses.
2.3.9

How does the College create a culture of instilling and nurturing


creativity and scientific temper among the learners?

Yes. Students projects are mandatory part of learning programme.


It is mandatory for all the programs.
Students undertake projects at three levels during programme
Mini project at first years level
Mini project at third year level
Major project at final year level
All these projects are done by the group of 4 -5 students
All the mini projects are executed within the college
Some of the final projects are completed within the college while some of
them are sponsored by the Industry.
For all the M. Tech. programs each individual student executes a separate
project (dissertation)
Faculty guides the students during selection and execution of the projects.
Faculty guides the students regarding how to select the problem, how to
define the problem, how to conduct the literature survey? What
methodology to be used to conduct the experimentation / research / design
of systems etc. Faculty also during the testing the performance or the
analysis of the project.

2.3.10 Does the college consider student projects a mandatory part of the
learning programme? If so, for how many programmes is it made
mandatory?
Role of the faculty in facilitating such projects
Student projects are mandatory in the curriculum of all programs. The learners
are assigned mini-project in first year of engineering, second or third year of
undergraduate programs and first year of postgraduate programs and main
project in the final year of undergraduate programs and dissertation work in
the final year of postgraduate program. Some of the projects are executed inhouse and some are sponsored by industry.

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Table 2.14: Number of projects executed within the College last four years
for undergraduate programs:
Name of the
department
Automobile
Civil
Computer
Electrical
ETC
IT
Mechanical

Total
number
of
students
310
382
355
312
301
94
579

2012-13
Inhouse
13
13
17
17
17
09
17

2013-14

Spons
ored
02
1
01
02
03
09

Inhouse
13
14
18
19
20
19
23

2014-15

Spons
ored
01
3
01
01
06
04

Inhouse
17
15
23
18
19
21
24

2015-16

Spons
ored
03
4
01
02
07
08

Inhouse
16
18
23
17
16
18
25

Spons
ored
02
26
03
11
06

Table 2.15: Number of projects executed within the College last four years
for postgraduate programs:
Name of the
department
Automobile
Construction
Management
Structures
Computer
ElectricalPower Systems
Electronics
Electronics
(Digital Systems)
Mechanical
Production
MechanicalCAD/CAM
Mechanical
Design

Total
number
of
students
71

2012-13
Spon
Insore
house
d
08
10

2013-14

2014-15

Inhouse

Spons
ored

Inhouse

Spons
ored

10

07

12

06

2015-16
InSpon
hous
sored
e
08
10

70

15

03

12

05

13

05

12

05

77
71

18
14

18
21

17
17

24
18

03
1

67

13

03

16

01

12

05

14

03

70

15

02

16

01

16

02

16

02

68

13

03

15

03

08

08

13

05

70

07

09

06

12

02

16

07

11

67

05

11

07

10

07

10

05

12

78

09

09

11

07

06

12

08

16

Table 2.16: Names of external institutions associated with the college for
student project work:
Name of
department

Automobile

Names of industry/external institutions associated with the college for student project
work
Mahendra And Mahendra Lmited, Truck And Bus Division Chinchwad Pune
Tenneco Automotive Pvt.Ltd, Pune
Anand I-Power Limited, Nashik
Mahendra Sona Limited Nashik
Apex Innovation Pvt Ltd, Sangli
M.S.R.T.C Central Workshop Dapodi, Pune
Volkswagen India Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Force Motors Ltd. Akurdi Pune
Endurance Pvt. Ltd, Aurangabad
Tata Motors Ltd, Pimpri Pune
Utopia Membranes Pvt,Ltd.,Satara
Piaggio Vehicle Private Ltd,Baramati
Johnson Control Automotive Ltd.,Pune
Tata Marcopolo Motors ,Dharwad
Top Gear Trasmissions,Satara

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Name of
department

Civil

Computer

Electrical

ETC

Names of industry/external institutions associated with the college for student project
work
Rocket Engineering Corporation Pvt.Ltd,Kolhapur
Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd., Kolhapur
Toyoto kirloskar Auto Parts Pvt. Ltd., Bidadi, Karnataka
Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Water Resources Department Mechanical Division, Kolhapur
Savari Motor Driving School, Islampur
Rajarambapu Sugar Factory, Rajaramnagar, Islampur
Centre for Technology Alternatives Rural Areas (CTARA), IIT, Powai, Bombay
Appropriate Rural Technology Institute (ARATI), Pune
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavans Sardar Patel College of Engineering, Mumbai
Superintendent of Police, Satara
Shree Surgical, Kolhapur
Primer City, Pune
Shivan Nakoda Buidcon, Pune
MEC Consultant, (Andheri) Mumbai
B.G. Shrike Construction Technology Pvt. Ltd, Pune
Rajesh Construction Ram Mandir Chowk, Sangli
Raj Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd, Pune
M/s Patil &Company Pandit Niwas, Solapur
Nagesh Properties Pvt. Ltd., Solapur
Terasoft Web Services & Software Solution, Ahmednagar
Rass Project Consultant PVT.LTD Banner, Pune
Manisha Construction, Pune
Minor Irrigation Department, Govt. of Maharashtra
Indian railway (Western zone, Churchgate) Mumbai
Mega Hydel, Pune
Kashec Engineers Pvt. Ltd, Pune
Unity Head JSW, Jaigarh Port, Jaigarh (Ratnagiri)
Persistent Systems,
Agile Software Solutions,
TCS,
MIT Pune,
WCOE Sangli,
DOT Kolhapur,
Posterity Information Systems, Karad,
Null Object Technologies
Bhabha Automic Reasearch Centre
Reliance Industries Ltd, Patalganga, Raigad
PARI Robotics
Rainbow Electricals, Kolhapur
Reliance Infrastructure
Yash Capacitors, Nasik
Sharda Electronics, Sangli
Ajantha Universal Fabrics Ltd, Karad
Anand SAgar Enterprises, Sangli
Laxmi Electronics, Sangli
Hematic Motors pvt Ltd, Karad
Kirloskar Brothers Ltd, Kirloskarwadi
Perana Vidyala, Wategaon
Mauli Sales & Services, Bharat Petroleum, Sangola
Unitech Automation , Pune
PARI Automation, Pune
Gholap Engineering
Ajinkya Plastics, MIDC, Satara
AVISHKO Instrumention, Ahmednagar
TouchMagix Media Pvt. Ltd. Pune
Niramay Physiotherapy Clinic Solapur
Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. Baramati
E-Cube Electrosolutions, Sangli
Galaxy International Services, Shirdhon
Elcom International Pvt., Ltd., Mumbai
IIT, Jodhpur
Blue Star Automobiles, Ichalkarnji
AFTEK Limited Pune

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Name of
department

IT

Mechanical

MBA

Names of industry/external institutions associated with the college for student project
work
Ajinkya Ecothech System, Satara
Finearc Systems Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Core Technology Pvt. Ltd. Kolhapur
Blue Planet InfoSolutions Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Precision Automation and Robotics India Ltd., Pune
Pune International Incubation Center
HTP Automation, Sangli
Vsoft Embedded Technologies, Pune
GMRT, Pune
Affordable Robotic & Automation Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Null Object Interactive Private Limited, Pune
Semat Excellence Centre, Pune
Global Learning InfoTech, Kolhapur
Persistent Systems Ltd, Pune
Anand Motors,Kolhapur
Jayant Netralaya,Takari Road,Islampur
Prism Information Technology Limited,Koregaon Park, Pune
REDIVIVUS Technologies Private Limited, Pune
Seed Infotech, Kolhapur
Quench Technologies,Pune
Vasantdada Dugdha Vyavasay Vikas Jilha sahkari sangh Sangli
Rajarambapu Bank, Peth Islampur
Rajarambapu Bazar ,Sakharale
Reliance General Insurance Pune
Earth Logicware Tech Kolhapur
Napsstorm Pvt.Ltd. Pune
IIT Bombay (Centre for Technology Alternatives for Rural Areas),
WCE Sangli,
Unique Hydrotech, Palus,
GV polimers MIDc Islampur,
Menon Piston Pvt. Ltd. Sangli,
Thorat Industries, Kirloskarwadi,
Bharat forge Pune,
Mahabal Metals Pvt. Ltd. Miraj,
Rocket Engineering Corporation Pvt. Ltd., Kolhapur,
Kirloskar Ebara Pumps Ltd.Kirloskarwadi.,
Kalyani Technoforge (India) Ltd.Pune.,
Cyclo Transmissions Ltd. Satara.,
Finite to Infinite Ltd. Pune.,
Siemens Industry Software Pvt.Ltd.Pune,
3D PLM Software Solutions Ltd.Pune,
Kalyani Center for Technology & Inovation Pune,
Kalyani Maxion Wheels Ltd.Pune.,
BARC Trombay Mumbai,
VIRA Pumps and Motors MIDC Gokul Shirgaon.,
Kasturi Foundry Pvt.Ltd. Ashta,
BARC Trombay Mumbai.,
Manugraph India Ltd M.I.D.C.Shroli,
ADOR Welding Ltd Pune,
Emerson Climate Technologies Atit,
Accura Tech. MIDC Kolhapur.
Kirloskar Brothers Limited,
Tata Steel ,
Tata Motors,
ICICI Bank,
Share khan,
India Infoline Limited,
R. A. Podar Institute of Management, Jaipur,
Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management, Mumbai,
Department of Commerce and Management, Shivaji University,
Goa Institute of Management , Goa

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Role of the faculty in facilitating such projects


Project student in the form of group in case of undergraduate program and
individual student in case of postgraduate program are assigned to faculty
member who acts as a guide to mentor the students in their projects. Every
program in the department has a project coordinator who actively
coordinates the activities of the project. Institute has signed number of MoUs
with various industries and institutes which facilitates the identification and
execution of projects. In case of sponsored projects there are two guides one
from sponsored industry/institute and the other from within the institute.
The faculty member working as a guide for the project constantly interacts
with the guide from the sponsoring industry/institute for smooth ongoing of
the project. Faculty member is also involved in the evaluation of the
sponsored projects. In case of postgraduate dissertation work either
publication of research paper or filing of patent is mandatory. Report
generation for the project is done mandatory and considered for evaluation.
Plagiarism check of the project report is done through turnitin software.
2.3.11 What efforts are made to facilitate the faculty in learning / handling
computer-aided teaching/ learning materials? What are the facilities
available in the College for such efforts?
All faculty members have access to personal computers with internet facility,
where they prepare PPTs and other learning materials. Almost all the classes
in the institute are equipped with computer and LCD projector to facilitate
computer Aided Teaching.
Moodle the Learning Management System do help faculty members to upload
their contents like PPTs, Learning materials and e-learning resources so that
respective students can find it in a proper & easy way to learn particular
course.
Each department has a seminar hall with multimedia facility. Institute has
conference halls, and video conference hall with multimedia facility where
online webinars and online training programs conducted by IITs are attended
by faculties.
The central library of the institute has a digital library where IEEE, IET,
Science Direct, ASME, ASCE e-journals are available. Faculty use simulation
softwares in the laboratories. The institute has a computer centre which looks
after the computer aided facilities existing in the institute.
2.3.12 Does the College have a mechanism for evaluation of teachers by the
students /alumni? If yes, how is the evaluation used in achieving
qualitative improvement in the teaching-learning process?
Yes, Students feedback on teaching learning is obtained once in a semester
both online and offline way. The feedback is analyzed and appropriate
counseling to the poor performing faculties is provided to improve the quality
of teaching learning process. Alumni meet is conducted to gather inputs from
alumni. Inputs from alumni who are performing best in their field are used in
the design of curriculum. Feedback is also considered when some of the
alumni visit the institute. The feedback is discussed in the BOS meetings of
the department for suitable modifications in curriculum.

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2.3.13 Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum
within the planned time frame and calendar? If yes elaborate on the
challenges encountered and the institutional approaches to overcome these.
It is practice of the institute to prepare advance plan before starting of
semester in coordination with institute academic calendar. Since preplanning
of all the courses are done before the starting of semester, for its execution
very few times challenges are faced by any faculty. The reasons for such
delays include some sudden unavoidable reasons which consume planned
time meant for curriculum. In such cases extra classes are planned on
Saturdays for completion of syllabus by concerned faculty.
2.3.14 How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?
The institute has a central library enriched with variety of books, journals and
news papers in the print form, well equipped modern facilities and digital
resources in the form of e-books, periodicals, e-journals, newspapers, CDROMs etc. The measures taken by the library to use the resources to augment
the teaching-learning process are open access to all, reference book facility for
students and faculties, reading room facility, printing, photocopying and
scanning facility, availability of digitized journals magazines, periodicals news
papers, GATE study material, availability of NPTEL video lectures, computer
facility with internet connectivity. The library hours are extended till night
during the examination period. Besides central library, every department has a
departmental library consisting of number of books, journals, project reports
of undergraduate and postgraduate students etc. The students and faculty
members use these recourses to augment the teaching-learning process.
2.3.15 How does the institution continuously monitor, evaluate and report on
the quality of teaching, teaching methods used, classroom environments
and the effect on student performance?
The institute monitors and evaluates the quality of the teaching learning byinstructing the faculty to stick to the their advanced teaching plan according to
time table. Day to day monitoring is done by head of the department for
execution of plan. For evaluation of the performance of the faculty members,
feedback is taken from the students at end of the semester. Also at mid of
semester audit for the course is done by senior faculty from other department.
The different points considered for evaluation of teaching learning activity
includes: communication of faculty, teaching methods used, classroom
environment, student performance. The senior faculty who has taken the audit
for course also prepares report and pointer is decided for concerned faculty
which reflects the quality of execution of course and for week pointers
corrective actions are taken through counseling.

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2.4

Teacher Quality

2.4.1 What is the faculty strength of the College? How many positions are filled
against the sanctioned strength? How many of them are from outside the
state
33 Faculties are from out of state.
Table 2.16: Faculty Strength
Sr. No
1
2
3

Department
Engineering
MBA
Diploma

Required Faculty
163
16
20

Filled Faculty
161
16
20

2.4.2 How are the members of the faculty selected?


Faculties are recruited as per the University Guidelines. The procedure of the
recruitment is as follows.
1. Post sanction to be taken from Shivaji University, Kolhapur as per
workload.
2. Roster to be filled as per sanctioned post and get it approved from Shivaji
University, Kolhapur. The roster is required to be maintained as per
Government directives for Open and Reserved categories posts.
3. Draft advertisement copy with details (No. of post sanctioned, post filled,
vacant posts, LMC & BC cell resolution for approval of draft
advertisement) to be sent to Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
4. Advertisement to be given as per the University approved advertisement in
various News papers (Local & District level, State Level, National Level,
University Weekly News Paper Journal.).
5. To call applications from candidates as per advertisement within a month
from the date of publication of advertisement.
6. To call lists from various authorities for open and category candidates i.e.
Local & District level Employment Exchange, B.C. Cell organization.
7. To call selection committee panel from Shivaji University, Kolhapur
V.Cs Nominee, V.Cs Ladies Nominee, V.Cs BC Nominee, Subject
experts, Directorate of Technical Education, Nominee, from Directorate of
Technical Education, Mumbai.
8. To fix the date for interview as per the convenience of all members.
9. To prepare scrutinized list of all eligible candidates from scrutiny
committee.
10. To send call letters to all eligible candidates by giving fifteen days notice
prior to the date of interview (call letters-open ordinary post BC
categories by register AD post)
11. To send letters to all selection committee members by giving minimum
seven days notice prior to the date of interview.
12. To send staff selection committee report, (Post wise and category wise,
selection committee report, list of candidates called for interview, list of
candidates attended interview, recommended candidate information with
all necessary documents) with signatures of V.Cs Nominee, V.Cs Ladies
Nominee, V.C.s B.C. Nominee, to Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
13. To send appointment orders to candidates as per the approval to staff
selection committee report from Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

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14. To send changes in Staff forms of appointed & joined candidates along
with their appointment order, joining report, Qualification Documents,
Self addressed envelope (Rs. 10/- stamp) to Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Shivaji University, Kolhapur sends changes in staff approval lists and
selection letters within three months to concerned college & to the
concerned appointed candidates separately.
2.4.3 Furnish details of the faculty
Table 2.17: Faculties detail of Engineering
Professor

Highest
Qualification
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M. Phil.
PG

Associate
Professor
Male
Female

Male

Female

08
-

01#
-

03
08

01
01

Assistant Professor

Total

Male

Female

03
44

01
10

16
62

03
09

03
57

02
07

09
74

#Director

Table 2.18: Faculties detail of MBA


Professor

Highest
Qualification
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M. Phil.
PG
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M. Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M. Phil.
PG

Associate
Professor
Male
Female

Male

Female

Assistant Professor

Total

Male

Female

01
-

03

03
02

04
05

02
-

01
01

03

03
04

2.4.4 What percentages of the teachers have completed UGC-CSIR-NET,


UGC-NET, and SLET exams? In that what percentage of teachers are
with PG as highest qualification?
Sr. No
1
2

Department
Engineering
MBA

% of NET/SET
0.006 (01)
-

% of PG as Highest
Qualification
81.98% (132)
56.25% (09)

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2.4.5 Does the College encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment? Provide
the following departments-wise details.
Table 2.19: Diversity in faculty recruitment.
Department
Engineering
Automobile Engineering (20)
Civil Engineering(22)
Computer Science &Engineering (15)
Information Technology (15)
Electrical Engineering (17)
Electronics & TeleCom. Engineering
(18)
Mechanical Engineering (37)
Science & Hum. (15)
MBA (16)

% of faculty who % of faculty from % of faculty % of faculty


are product of
other Colleges
from other
from
the same College within the State
States
abroad
55.00 (11)
22.72 (05)
33.33 (05)
6.68(01)
17.64(03)

35.00 (07)
68.18 (15)
40.00 (06)
46.66(07)
52.94(09)

10.00 (02)
9.09 (02)
26.67 (04)
46.66(07)
29.42(05)

50.00(09)

27.77(05)

22.23(04)

51.35(19)
0.00
6.25 (01)

43.24(16)
86.67 (13)
62.50(10)

5.40(02)
13.33(02)
31.25(05)

2.4.6 Does the College have the required number of qualified and competent
teachers to handle all the courses for all departments? If not, how do you
cope with the requirements? How many faculty members were appointed
during the last four years?
Yes, we have the qualified and competent teachers as per requirement.
2.4.7 How many visiting Professors are on the rolls of the College?
Table 2.20: List of visiting Professors are on the rolls of the College
YEAR

NO OF FACULTY
MBA

2012-13

18

2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Total

4
3
4
29

2.4.8 What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (e.g.: providing


research grants, study leave, nomination to national/ international
conferences/Seminars,
in-service
training,
organizing
national/international conferences etc.)
Proposed Research and Development policy for Faculty and students
(1) Patents:
After complete (Final) registration and granting of Patent by IPO
a. Potential for Commercial application :
Rs.35,000/- per Patent
b. No commercial application
:
Rs.20,000/- per Patent
c. After commercialization of patent: Will be decided upon case to case
basis by R&D committee.
(2) Research Publications in referred Journals:
a) Impact factor between 1 and 3: Rs.3, 000/- per publication (not more
than two in a Year)
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b) Impact factor greater than 3: Rs.5, 000/- per publication (Other


conditions to be Checked as per Shivaji University norms and finalized
by R&D committee)
(3) Research Publications:
a) In National conferences for Faculty: Registration fees max. up to
Rs.5,000/- and TA/DA shall be reimbursed as per Institute rules (once
in a calendar year)If faculty member wants to attend second time
in a calendar year then registration fees max. up to Rs.2,500/- and
TA/DA shall be reimbursed as per Institute rules (once in a calendar
year)
b) In International conferences for Faculty:
(i) With in India: Faculty members can attend such conferences once
in a calendar year. Registration fees max. up to Rs.10,000/- and
TA/DA will be paid as per Institute rules.
(ii) Outside India: Faculty members can attend such conference once in
a three year. Full registration fees and SD% air travel expenditure
shall be reimbursed. DA will be paid as per UGC guidelines based on
specific country visited only for the days of travelling to and fro and
conference day(s)
c) In National conferences for M. Tech students:
students will be paid
registration fees maximum up to Rs.2, 000/- once in academic
year for their paper presentation based on M. Tech Dissertation work.
d) PhD thesis publication by faculty member: Rs.5, 000/e) Research reports or Monograms by faculty member: Rs.2, 000/(4) Research Assistantship:
Full time Ph.D. student: Rs.25, 000/- per month
(5) Research Projects:
Received research grant by Govt. or private funding agencies Under this
scheme Principal Investigator will be eligible to get the incentive as per
following categories of the projects
Table 2.21: List of Research grant received
Category
A
B
C

Project Categories based on Amount of


Research
Research Grant up to Rs.10.00 Lakhs
Research Grant more than Rs.10.0 Lakhs and up
to Rs.25.0 Lakhs
Research Grant more than Rs.25.0 Lakhs

Incentive Amount
(Rs.)
7,000/10,000/12,000/-

When more than one person is working on the project the incentive amount
will be equally divided amongst the team members or can be decided case to
case basis.
Out of the total incentive amount first payment (50% of incentive amount)
will be made after the receipt of approval letter and the amount of grant in
full or partial as per the agreement between RIT and concerned funding
agency. Balanced 50% amount will be paid only after successful completion
of the said research project.

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6) MODROB proposal sanctioned by AICTE:


The chief coordinator of the sanctioned proposal will be entitled to get the
incentive amount of Rs.5, 000.00. Out of this Rs.2,500.00will be paid after
the receipt of sanctioning letter and the amount of grant by AICTE.
Remaining amount of Rs.2,500.00 to be paid after successful installation
and commissioning of the Laboratory equipment{s) and the receipt of
amount of first revenue generated using this facility.
2.4.9 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognitions for
excellence in teaching at the state, national and international level during
the last four years.
Table 2.22: Department wise list of faculty awards received
Sr.
No

Name of
faculty

01

Prof. R.M.
Shinde

02

Prof. S. R. Patil

03

Prof. S. R.
Kumbhar

04

Prof. S. R.
Kumbhar

05
06

07

Prof. S. R.
Kumbhar
Prof.
D.G.Thombare

Dr. Mrs. S S
Kulkarni

Particulars
Automobile Department
Mr. Rajaram Shinde, Automobile Engineering Department Won
3rd Prize in Altair India Optimization Contest for faculty (AOC
2015 India). Contest on Hyperworks (CAE/CFD/MBD) & Solid
Thinking (Design)"
Akshay Dashwant (M Tech Automobile) and Prof. Satyajit Patil
won first prize for their paper at National Conference on'
Mechanical engineering, Material Sciences and Mechatronics'
organised by VIIT, Pune on February 20, 2015.
Prof. S. R. Kumbhar won Third Prize at SIAT - 2015 SPPC held at
ARAI, Pune during 21- 23 January 2015
Prof. S. R. Kumbhar and Dr. A. C. Attar won BEST POSTER
AWARD at Second International Conference on Transformations
in Engineering Education (ICTIEE) held at BMS College of
Engineering, Bangalore, 6-8 January 2015.
Shiksha Rattan Puraskar 2013, Instituted by India International
Friendship Society (IIFS), New Delhi.
Adarsh Shikshak Puraskar by Giants Group
Civil Department
Best Engineering College Principal by Indian society for Technical
Education (ISTE), New Delhi
Emerging HRD thinkers award by Indian society for Training and
development (ISTD), New Delhi
Construction Contract Management Summit 2014 Hilton Mumbai
International Airport by Construction Contract Management
Summit 2014
Best Teacher Award by Giants Group of Islampur, Maharashtra
Engineering Education- Current Scenario & Future Prospects by
Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi.
World Engineering Education Forum by School of Engineering
American University, Dubai.
Chairperson of LIC for UG Courses by Sou. Sushila Danchand
Ghodawat Charitable Trusts Group of Institution
New Deans Mentoring Workshop, a four-hour professional
development workshop by Global Engineering Deans Council,
Adelaide
Divisional Controller of MTS Examination in Nowrosjee Wadia
College, Pune
Session Chair & Speaker at College of engineering and technology
Bambhori
New Deans Mentoring Workshop at GEDC 2015 Adelaide Global
Conference
2016 CDIO Asian Regional Meeting Asian Engineering
Education conference atYanshan University, Qinhuangdao, China

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2015

2015

2015

2015

2013
2012

2011
2011
2014
2014
2015
2015
2015
2015
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2015
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Sr.
No

08

09

10
11

12

Name of
faculty

Dr. H. S. Jadhav

Dr. A. C. Attar

Prof. D B
Kulkarni
Dr. S M
Shiyekar

Prof. D. S. Patil

13

Dr. P. D.
Kumbhar

14

Prof. S. S. Patil
and
Prof. Khyamling
A. Parane

15

Dr. Mrs. J.S.


Awati

16

Mrs.S.S.Patil

17

Mr.D.T.Mane
Mr.S.S.Howal
Mr.P.R.Gavali

18

Mr.D.Rajesh

19

Mr.M.A.Patil

20

Mr.S.S.Howal

21

Mr.D.T.Mane

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

Dr. S. M.
Sawant
Dr. M. T.
Telsang
Dr. S. S.
Gawade
Dr. S. D. Patil
Dr. S. K. Patil
Dr. M. T.
Telsang
Dr. M. T.
Telsang
Dr. S. K. Patil

Particulars
Nomination of U. G. Teacher
Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Committee member
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Examination Lapses Committee
Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Resource Person Repair, Retrofitting and Strengthening of
Building
J. J. M. College of Engineering, Jaisingpur
Best Poster award
IUCEE,
Construction Contract Management Summit 2014 Hilton Mumbai
International Airport
Construction Contract Management Summit 2014
NCQC
QCFI
Best Engineering Teacher of Engineering Colleges of Maharashtra
Engineering Education Foundation, Pune
Resource Person Advances in Construction Trends
PVPIT, Budhgaon. (Sangli)
Chief Guest & Resource person for 2 days workshop on
Technical Pedagogy
Adarsh Institute of Technology & Research Center , Vita
LIC Committee visit
Vishveshwarya Technical Campus
CSE Department
Have presented IUCEE webinar on under Virtual Academy on
Practical approach to handle large classes: A case study for
keeping sessions Live. The link for webinar is :
http://youtu.be/Q5vEyjnAObg
E&TC Department
Indira Gandhi Sadbhavna Gold Medal Award on the occasion of
22nd National Conference on Individual Achievement & Services
to the Nation
Best Project Guided: 16th ISTE Students National Annual
Convention 2013(Project Exhibition & Models)
IT Department
National Convention on Quality Concepts Organized by Quality
Circle Forum of India, SRM University, Kattankulathur, Chennai
Successfully
Completed IUCEE International Engineering
Educator Certification Program
Award Of Excellence
Chief faculty co-ordinator in Zonal round at RIT, Islampur
Mongo DBUniversity(Mongo DB for DBAS )
Best Project Guided award 16th ISTE Students National Annual
Convention 2013(Project Exhibition & Models)
Mechanical Department

2014
2015
2015
2016
2014
2014
2012
2012
2016
2016
2013

2014

19th
Nov.
2014
2013

2015
2015
2016
2016
2015

Ph.D. award by, NIT Warangal

2009

Ph.D. award by, BATU , Lonere

2014

Ph.D. award by, Solapur University

2012

Ph.D. award by, IIT Kharagpur


Ph.D. award by, SVNIT , Surat

2014
2015

Best Teacher, ISTE

2011

Gunvant Shikshak, Shivaji University Kolapur

2015

Special Research Award, SVNIT , Surat

2015

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2.4.10 Provide the number of faculty who have undergone staff development
programmes during the last four years. (Add any other programme if
necessary)
Table 2.23: Department wise number of faculty who have undergone staff
development programmes during the last four years
Academic Staff
Development
Programmes

Number of faculty
Auto

Civil

Refresher courses

HRD programmes
Orientation programmes
Staff training conducted
by the College
Staff training conducted
by University/ other
Colleges
Summer / winter
schools, workshops, etc
Any other

Electrical

Mech

MBA

11

10

14

11

20

11

30

22

30

50

19

50

CSE

ETC

19

11

27

29

19

34

20
23
22
19

23

IT

2.4.11 What percentage of the faculty have


* been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences organized by external professional agencies
* participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
recognized by national/ international professional bodies
* presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted
or recognized by professional agencies
* teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and
others
* industrial engagement
* international experience in teaching
Table 2.24: Percentage of faculty participated/invited in Workshops / Seminars /
Conferences.
Department

Auto
CSE
Civil
Electrical
ETC
IT
Mech
MBA

Been invited
as a resource
person in
workshops
/seminars
/conferences
43
6
20
50
49
57
30

% of faculty
Participated
Presented
in external
papers in
workshops /
seminars
seminars
/conferences
/conferences
79
72
83
63
36
76
86
100

43
36
44
50
13
73
291
100

Teaching
experience
in other
colleges

Industri
al
engagem
ent

Internationa
l experience
in
teaching/res
earch

32
28
34
-95

55
55
48
56
42
60
29

5
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2.4.12 How often does the College organize academic development programmes
for its faculty, leading to enrichment of teaching-learning process?
College organizes following academic development programmes once in year/
as applicable
* Curricular Development
Curricular Development workshop
* Teaching-learning methods
 

* Examination reforms
 
 
* Content / knowledge management
Faculty development program
Short term training program
Following programs have been organized in last three years:
Table 2.25: List of academic development programmes programs organized
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Title of the program


NLP program for faculty in Leadership Position
Effective Teaching for joyful learning
Faculty Development Program
Four Years of Autonomy implementation:
Introspection and Future Direction
Faculty Development Workshop on Effective
Teaching (for newly inducted faculty)
Development of OBE Culture in RIT

Dates
09 10 Dec. 2013
01 04 January
2014
02-06 Dec. 2014
02-03 July 2015
05,12 and 19 Sept.
2015
26 Jan 2016

2.4.13 What are the teaching innovations made during the last five years? How
are innovations rewarded?
In Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (RIT) OBE is implemented since
academic year 2012-13. In OBE freedom is given to faculty to design the
teaching and assessment methods to achieve the outcomes. OBE promotes
active participation of students in teaching and learning process. In order to
achieve the outcomes, faculty designs student centered teaching and
assessment methods.
Some of the student centred teaching and assessment methods adapted by the
faculty members at RIT are as follows:
i) Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) In Student TeamsAchievement Divisions (STAD), teams of four members each are formed.
These teams are mixed in performance level, gender, and ethnicity. The
teacher presents a lesson, and then students work within their teams to
make sure that all team members have mastered the lesson. Finally, all
students take individual quizzes on the material, at which time they may
not help one another. Students quiz scores are compared to their own past
averages, and points are awarded on the basis of the degree to which
students meet or exceed their own earlier performance. These points are
then summed to form team scores, and teams that meet certain criteria may
earn certificates or other rewards
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ii) Jigsaw: In Jigsaw students teams of six members each work on topic that
has been split into sections. Each team member reads his or her section.
Next members of different teams who have studied the same sections meet
in expert groups to discuss their sections. Then the students return to their
teams and take turns teaching their teammates about their sections. Since
the only way students can learn sections other than their own is to listen
carefully to their teammates, they are motivated to support and show
interest in one anothers work.
iii) Course websites: Faculty members have developed websites for their
courses. These websites are used to upload the course details, course
materials, assignments, tests, grades, academic material for flipped classes
etc.
iv) Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gains
knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to
investigate and respond to an engaging and complex question, problem, or
challenge.
v) Think-pair-share (TPS) is a collaborative learning strategy in which
students work together to solve a problem or answer a question about an
assigned reading. This technique requires students to (1) think
individually about a topic or answer to a question; and (2) share ideas with
classmates
vi) One minute paper A concise note (taking one minute!), written by
students (individually or in groups), that focuses on a short question
presented by the instructor to the class, usually at the end of the session.
2.4.14 Does the College have a mechanism to encourage
* Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching?
* Faculty exchange programmes with national and international
bodies?
If yes, how have these schemes helped in enriching quality of the faculty?
1. Faculties visits and share their expertise with other colleges e.g.
Government College of Engineering, Karad, Annasaheb Dange College of
Engineering, Ashta, Ashokrao Mane College of Engineering, Kolhapur.
2. We have MOUs with International Universities like Lawarence
Technological University, USA, University of Massachusetts Lowell,
USA, University of Hertford, USA, and Purdue University College of
Engineering, USA.
3. Seven faculty members have presented paper in International Conference,
attended the training program, also delivers the expert talks in international
conferences e.g. Recently on 23rd March 2016 Dr. Sushma Kulakrni
scholarly addressed at Yanshan University, China.
4. This has helped our faculty to get an international exposure.
5. As an Autonomous institution we are enriching teaching, introducing new
topics in curriculum, innovation in laboratory work, implementing some
best practices in strategy management etc.

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2.5

Evaluation Process and Reforms

2.5.1

How does the College ensure that all the stakeholders are aware of the
evaluation processes that are operative?
The changes in the evaluation process planned and proposed to be effective
from the subsequent semester are first discussed and debated in the meeting of
members of Board of Examinations (BOE). The tentative decisions taken in
BOE meeting regarding any academic and evaluation reforms are presented in
the meeting of Academic Council for final approval. After final approval from
Academic Council, the revisions in evaluation criteria (Rules and Regulations)
framed are made available to all stakeholders on college website.
For students, who are major stakeholders, the revisions in evaluation criteria
are informed through notification. The notices giving information are
generally displayed on the notice boards provided at prominent places.
The handbooks giving details of academic rules (covering revisions, if any)
are printed every year and are distributed to all the departments for
information. Such handbooks are also distributed to newly admitted students
of 1st year of all the programs usually during orientation program organized by
the institute for them on their first reporting day.

2.5.2

What are the major evaluation reforms initiated by the College and to
what extent have they been implemented in the College? Cite a few
examples which have positively impacted the evaluation management
system?
Evaluation Scheme adopted at the beginning of Autonomy:
With autonomy from academic year 2011-12, RIT implemented semester
system, in line with system adopted in Shivaji University, with continuous
evaluation and by adopting absolute grading system for awarding grades to
courses. In the beginning, the evaluation criteria and passing criteria followed
for UG and PG programs is as given below:
Evaluation Criteria:
a) Theory Courses:
1. In Semester Evaluation (ISE)
2. Mid Semester Examination (MSE)
3. End Semester Examination (ESE)
b) Laboratory Courses:
For First Year UG:
In Semester Evaluation

- 20% weightage,
- 30% weightage and
- 50% weightage.

- 100% weightage.

For Second, Third & Final Year UG:


In Semester Evaluation - 60% weightage.
End Semester Examination
- 40% weightage.
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Passing Criteria:
UG & PG (M.Tech.)
Criteria 1: ISE + MSE 40%
Criteria 2: ISE + MSE +ESE 40%
MBA
Criteria: ISE + MSE +ESE 50%
The paper-setting and assessment work was performed jointly by internal and
external faculty. The focus was to ensure quality standards and encourage
continuous learning.
Section wise answer books (ABs) were assessed and results were declared
after seeking the approval from BOE. In case of queries of students (theory
course), the revaluation (reassessment) was carried out after inviting their
applications and then the results were processed and declared.
In case of failure in ISE of laboratory course, the students were
required to complete the ISE by re-registering for that laboratory course
whenever that course was offered in corresponding semester of next academic
year. In case of failure in ESE of laboratory course, the students were required
to reappear for re-examination (ESE) of such laboratory course, which was
conducted once in a year at the end of even semester after the regular ESE.
Major evaluation reforms initiated by the College
The major reforms in the evaluation and entire examination process initiated
by college are as given below:
1. Revision in setting of Question Papers
2. Introduction of online Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) exam based on
GATE pattern
3. Revisions in evaluation and passing criteria
4. Implementation of outcomes based education system (OBE)
5. Evaluation of Question Papers from internal and external evaluators
(Audit)
6. Introduction of Re-Examination after regular examination in every
semester
7. Introduction of AB showing activity
1. Revision in setting of Question Papers
To raise the level of students learning, changes have been brought in
setting the question papers of all the courses of UG & PG programmes by
framing new guidelines.
2. Incorporating Online MCQ examination based on GATE pattern
In order to prepare students for GATE examination, institute/college has
introduced online MCQ examination for UG courses keeping 20%
weightage on entire syllabus.
3. Revisions in the evaluation and passing criteria
The evaluation scheme for laboratory courses has been revised as given
below:
In Semester Evaluation
- 50% weightage.
End Semester Examination - 50% weightage.
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A student who fails to complete the ISE component of a laboratory course,


he /she has to re-register for that laboratory course immediately in next
semester of same academic year. However, failure in ESE of laboratory
course, the student has to appear for the re-examination (ESE) of such
laboratory course conducted at the end of each semester as per revised
rule.
4. Implementation of Outcomes Based Education (OBE) system
The institute has implemented OBE and all evaluations are carried out by
following concept of OBE for improvement in learning levels of students.
Question papers are set considering Blooms Taxonomy action verbs so as
to achieve the expected learning levels. As a preliminary guideline, it is
unanimously proposed to achieve various learning levels with the
percentages given in table below:
Table 2.26: Proposed year wise percentage levels
Class / Program
F. Y. B.Tech.
S. Y. B.Tech.
T. Y. B.Tech.
Final Year B.Tech.
M.Tech.
M. B. A.

Level 1
25%
15%
15%
10%
5%
5%

Level 2
35%
40%
35%
30%
10%
20%

Level 3
35%
40%
35%
30%
25%
25%

Level 4
5%
5%
10%
15%
25%
35%

Level 5
5%
10%
20%
10%

Level 6
5%
15%
5%

5. Evaluation of Question Papers from internal & external evaluators (Audit)

The institute has initiated the process of Question Paper Evaluation for
evaluating standard of question papers by appointing the evaluators within
and outside the institute, who are the expert faculties from the autonomous
institutes, deemed universities, Govt. colleges, IITs, NITs etc. The
evaluators report with comments/suggestions is forwarded to the
concerned course coordinator/faculty.
6. Introduction of Re-Examination after regular examination in every

semester
The reforms regarding conduct of re-examination were discussed in the
meeting of academic council members and the sanction was obtained to
conduct the re-examination in each semester soon after the regular
examination is over. This has facilitated students to clear their backlogs.
7. Introduction of Answer book showing activity
One of the major reforms incorporated in the examination system is the
introduction of AB showing activity to make the entire examination
system more transparent.
2.5.3

What measures have been taken by the institution for continuous


evaluation of students and ensuring their progress and improved
performance?
ISE component is a continuous evaluation of students performance monitored
by course coordinator. ISE component consists of two or more options from
the proposed options such as assignments, term papers, Multiple Choice

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Question (MCQ) exam, seminars, presentations, etc. The progress of students


is also ensured by knowing their performance in seminars, mini projects and
projects, which are evaluated by examiners committee/panel.
2.5.4

What percentage of marks is earmarked for continuous internal


assessment? Indicate the mechanisms strategized to ensure rigor of the
internal assessment process?
For theory courses weightage of ISE component is 20%, whereas for Lab
courses it is 50%. The mechanism for conducting ISEs of theory course
involves announcing the mode of ISE and its evaluation criteria at the
beginning of course by course coordinator. Minimum 2 to 3 options are to be
selected among the various proposed options for conducting ISE. The
assessment of ISE components is carried out by course coordinator as per the
declared schedule and the performance is communicated to students. Total
marks of all such ISE components obtained by student are then sent to
examination centre.
For ISE of a Lab course, continuous internal assessment is carried out turn by
turn in practical class and progress is monitored by course coordinator.

2.5.5

Does the College adhere to the declared examination schedules? If not,


what measures have been taken to address the delay?
Yes, the college strictly adheres to the declared examination schedules and
academic calendar. There had not been, so far, any deviation from the declared
schedule for examinations. However, if any deviation or delay is anticipated or
arises unexpectedly (on account of few gaps or holidays), two to three
additional days are provided in the schedule itself while preparing academic
calendar.

2.5.6

What is the average time taken by the College for declaration of


examination results? Indicate the mode/media adopted by the College for
the publication of examination results e.g., website, SMS, email, etc.
The average time taken by the College for declaration of results is ten days
after the last day of examination. The examination results are published on
college website (www.ritindia.edu) and are also communicated to the parents
by Short Message Services (SMS). Also the letters are sent to parents giving
detailed result of their ward. The queries of students, if any, are immediately
resolved soon after they are brought to the notice of Controller of
Examinations (COE) office. The students have to communicate such queries
within 3 days after publication of the results on the institutes website. After
addressing all the queries raised by students, final result is sent to parents by
letters.
The grade cards and ledgers giving details of branch wise results are printed
after addressing all the queries of students (if any) and are handed over to
college office (Registrars office) for their distribution to various departments.

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2.5.7

Does the college have an integrated examination platform for the


following processes?
1. Pre-examination processesTime table generation, invigilators,
squads,
attendance sheet, etc.
2. Examination process Examination material management, logistics.
3. Post examination processattendance capture, OMR based exam
result, auto processing, generic result processing and certification.
Yes. The college has an integrated examination platform i.e. Examination cell
and all the pre-examination processes are carried out by the exam cell in
coordination with Registrars Office and other departments.
1. Pre-examination processes:
The various pre-examination processes required to be performed are as
given below:
Preparation of Time Table.
Getting papers set.
Appointment of examiners /staff
Preparation of seating arrangement
Appointment and training of Supervisors, flying squads, etc.
Conducting Students Awareness training.
Preparation of attendance records and invigilation reports & its printing.
Printing the exam hall tickets of the students &distributing it through
college office to the students.
2. Examination process:
The various processes required to be performed for smooth execution of
examinations are as listed below:
Inviting paper sets from internal/external paper setters.
Scrutiny of question papers and printing required number of copies.
Sorting and packing of question papers in sealed envelopes and storing in
strong room.
Procuring the required number of blank ABs from suppliers and stacking
in strong room.
Issuing blank ABs to the Sr. Supervisor along-with attendance record
sheet and invigilation reports before the commencement of examination.
Conducting examinations as per the declared schedule under the strict
vigilance of senior supervisors, examination staff and flying squad.
Collection of written answer-books (course wise) along-with attendance
record sheet and invigilation reports from Jr. Supervisors (block wise)
after the examination is over and keeping the records of such ABs.
Handing over all answer-books to Examination center immediately along
with all records.
3. Post examination process:
Following processes are required to be carried immediately after
examination of course/s is over.
Arranging ABs giving bundle numbers and making them ready for
assessment.
Assessment of ABs and preparation of mark sheet by faculties.
Feeding marks to examination software as per the mark sheets submitted
by faculty.
Generating sheets, showing details of marks obtained in ISE, MSE and
ESE for a course along with provision for indicating deviation in marks
after AB showing activity.
Carrying out ABs showing activity as per pre-decided schedule.

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Submission of final mark sheets to result processing unit after deviations,


if any.
Processing of results after marks feeding process of all the courses of a
program.
Printing and cross checking of ledgers of program/s.
Presenting results in BOE meeting and seeking their approval for
declaration.
Publishing the results on college website after approval from BOE
members.
Addressing the queries of students, if any regarding the results and
communicating the results to the parents through SMS and letters.

2.5.8

Has the College introduced any reforms in its Ph.D. evaluation process?
Ph.D. program is not a part of autonomy but Ph.D. evaluation process is
carried out as per the rules and regulations of Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Pre-submission seminar/presentation by the student on his research work has
been introduced by the college in the evaluation process.

2.5.9

What efforts are made by the College to streamline the operations at the
Office of the Controller of Examinations?
Mention any significant efforts which have improved process and
functioning of the examination division/section?
The college has provided following facilities to streamline the operations at
the office of Controller of Examinations:
Separate building for Examination Center with required units such as Strong
room, cabin for CoEs, Assessment hall, Stacking room and working space
for supporting staff.
Adequate manpower for the examination works.
Examination center is provided with following facilities for efficient
functioning:
o Conventional net connectivity,
o Adequate number of computer systems and printers
o In house developed software for result processing
o Independent Exam Server
o Sophisticated photocopying machines
o Shedder machine
o Machine for lamination of Grade cards
o Furniture

2.5.10 What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to


evaluation?
All the grievances of students with reference to all the evaluations (i.e. ISE,
MSE & ESE) are addressed either at the level of CoE or if required the
grievances will be referred to a committee consisting of Director, Dean
Academics and CoE, in case of unforeseen problems that may occur. The
students have to register their queries/complaints in a register book provided
in the examination centre and based on the gravity of the complaint the
grievances are resolved on the spot or at later date.
2.6.

Student Performance and Learning Outcomes

2.6.1 Does the College have clearly stated learning outcomes for its
programmes? If yes, give details on how the students and staff are made
aware of these?
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Learning outcomes are defined for the program as well as individual course.
These are included in course curriculum and uploaded on the institute website
(www.ritindia.edu).
2.6.2 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning
outcomes?
Board of Studies (BOS) assigns the threshold or goal for each learning
outcome. Attainment of learning outcomes is calculated using both direct and
indirect assessment methods like exam grades, course exit survey, graduate
exit survey, In semester evaluations etc.
2.6.3 How does the institution collect and analyze data on student learning
outcomes and use it for overcoming barriers of learning?
Attainment of the learning outcomes is compared with the threshold value or
goal. If any of the learning outcome is not achieved satisfactorily (attainment
less than goal) then it is discussed in the BOS meetings and either teaching
methods, curriculum or assessment methods are modified so to improve the
attainment of learning outcomes.
2.6.4

Programme-wise details of the pass percentage and completion rate of


students.
Table 2.27: Academic Year 2011-12 (% Clear Pass)

Programme

F.Y.
B.Tech

S.Y.
B.Tech

T.Y.
B.Tech

B.Tech

F.Y.M.Tech

S.Y.M.Tech

Automobile

60.81 (45/74)

12.5 (2/16)

Structure 88.88 (16/18)

Civil

62.31 (43/69)

CM 100 (100/100)

CSE

60.00 (39/65)

94.44 (17/18)

Electrical

70.96(44/62)

88.88 (16/18)

68.75 (44.64)

Electronics 72.22
(13/18)

ETC

DS 94.11 (16/17)

IT

65.67 (44/67)

Mechanical

82.35 (112/136)

Production 88.23
(15/16)

Design 100 (18/18)

CAD/CAM/CAE 93.75
(15/16)

Table 2.28: Academic Year 2012-13 (% Clear Pass)


Programme

F.Y.
B.Tech

Automobile

65.07 (41/63)

Civil

64.09 (41/64)

CSE

85.71 (64.63)

Electrical

85.48 (53/62)

ETC

84.61 (55/65)

S.Y.
B.Tech
56.81
(50/88)
68.60
(59/86)
73.25
(63/86)
67.53
(52/79)
63.41
(52/82)

T.Y.
B.Tech

B.Tech

F.Y.
M.Tech

84.21 (16/19)

Structure 89.47
(17/18)
CM 100 (18/18)

100 (18/18)

100 (18/18)

Electronics 94.11
(16/17)

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M.Tech
100
(16/16)
100
(18/18)
100
(18/18)
100
(14/14)
100
(16/16)
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Programme

F.Y.
B.Tech

S.Y.
B.Tech

T.Y.
B.Tech

F.Y.
M.Tech

B.Tech

DS 100 (18/18)
IT

70.96 (44/62)

Mechanical

85.71
(108/126)

81.72
(76/93)

72.15
(114/158)

Production 100
(18/18)

100
(16/16)
100
(17/17)
100
(16/16)

Design 100 (18/18)

S.Y.
M.Tech
100
(16/16)

CAD/CAM/CAE
94.44 (17/18)

Table 2.29: Academic Year 2013-14 (% Clear Pass)


Programme

F.Y. B.Tech

S.Y. B.Tech

T.Y. BTech

B.Tech

F.Y.M.Tech

S.Y.M.Tech

Automobile

64.06 (41/64)

52 (39/75)

72.04 (67.93)

94.11 (16/17)

100 (14/14)

70.96 (44/62)

84.21
(64/76)

90.72
(88/97)

Structure 94.44
(17/18)

100 (17/17)

Civil

CM 100 (18/18)

100 (17/17)

88.15
(67/76)
81.57
(62/76)

60.25
(47/78)
89.77
(79/88)

100 (18/18)

100 (21/21)

100 (18/18)

94.44
(17/18)

81.81
(72/88)

Electronics 88.88
(16/18)

100 (17/17)

79.03 (49/63)

81.08
(60/74)

DS 88.88 (16/18)

100 (18/18)

56.25 (36/64)

78.66
(59/75)

90 (81/90)

Production 100
(18/18)
Design 100
(18/18)
CAD/CAM/CAE
100 (18/18)

CSE

74.60 (47/63)

Electrical

82.53 (52/63)

ETC
IT

Mechanical

83.87
(104/124)

81.20
(121/149)

85.18
(138/162)

100 (19/19)
100 (19/19)
100 (17/17)

Table 2.30: Academic Year 2014-15 (% Clear Pass)


Programme
Automobile

Civil

CSE
Electrical

ETC

IT

F.Y.
B.Tech
46.87
(30/64)

S.Y. B.Tech

T.Y. B.Tech

B.Tech

Program
me

56.00 (42/75)

70.37
(57/81)

90.63
(87/96)

70.42
(50/71)

77.33 (58/75)

86.84
(66/76)

96.94
(95/98)

71.43
(45/63)

75.32 (58/77)

75 (48/64)

77.92 (60/77)

86.42
(70/81)
75.95
(60/79)

98.80
(82/83)
96.70
(88/91)

91.43
(64/70)

100
(84/84)

66.67
(50/75)

100
(89/89)

72.31
(47/65)

89.47 (68/76)

64.41
(38/59)

75.67 (56/74)

CM

100 (17/17

Electronic
s

94.44
(17/18)
88.89
(16/18)
77.78
(14/18)

S.Y.M.Te
ch
94.11
(16/17)
100
(17/17)
100
(18/18)
94.44
(17/18)
94.44
(17/18)
100
(18/18)

100
(18/18)

94.11
(16/17)

89.47
(17/19)
100
(24/24)
100
(18/18)

94.44
(17/18)
100
(18/18)
100
(17/17)

Structure

ETC-DS

Production
Mechanical

87.90
(109/124)

79.19
(118/149)

82.91
(131/158)

98.20
(164/167)

Design
CAD/CA
M/CAE

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94.44
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96.00
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION


3.1

Promotion of Research

3.1.1 Does the College have a research committee to monitor and address the
issues of research? If yes, what is its composition? Mention a few
recommendations which have been implemented and their impact.
Yes, the institute has two tier structures for monitoring and addressing issues
of research. Institute Research Committee (IRC) is taking care of all research
activities undergoing in the institute. The composition of IRC is given in
following table
Director

Chairman:
Members:

1. Convener PG &Ph.D. Programs.


2. All HODs

Member Secretary

Dean, R&D

Important recommendations given by IRC are

Promotion and financial assistance to interdisciplinary projects.


To inculcate culture of interdisciplinary knowledge and thereby preparing
students for solving complex industrial problems. It was decided to
undertake more interdisciplinary projects with provision of financial
assistance from institute R&D budget. As a result of this recommendation
institute has undertaken following interdisciplinary projects in current
academic year (2015-2016)
Table 3.1: Interdisciplinary Project list
Departments
Involved

Sr.

Automobile
And E & TC

E & TC and
Mechanical

E & TC and
Mechanical
E & TC and
Mechanical
E&TC and
Mechanical

4
5

Project Title
Theoretical and experimental evaluation on
performance and emission characteristics of dual
fuel homogeneous charge compression ignition
engine with renewable fuels.
Design and development of sorting machine for
plastic inserts of different colors.
Design, Fabrication and Testing of Automatic
sorting machine for cooked and dried turmeric
rhizome.

75,000
1,50,000
80,000

Atomization for capacitor manufacturing

74,000

Design fabrication and testing of raisin sorting


machine

55,000

Idea competition for students.


To encourage students for out box thinking and identify innovative ideas
for their project it was decided to conduct idea competition at institute
level. This idea competition was first time held in Month of October 2015.
From all departments 77 ideas were received. Few ideas were found to be
remarkable.

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In house Seed funding for innovative projects.


To facilitate transformation of innovative ideas perceived by students and
faculties into working prototypes in house seed funding is to be provided.
The seed funding scheme of the institute helped to register 27 patents since
2011.

The Department Post Graduate Committee (DPGC) is constituted at every


department under the chairmanship of respective HOD with three to seven
senior faculties as a member. The major role of the DPGC committee is to
conduct the scrutiny of S.Y. M. Tech dissertation synopsis and evaluation of
the M. Tech dissertation work. The DPGC also ensures that scope of the M.
Tech. Dissertation work presented in the synopsis is PG level and has
adequate research component. The DPGC conducts the periodic meetings to
frame the evaluation policies. The DPGC carries out evaluation of M. Tech
mini projects and dissertation work using rubrics based assessment method.
This assessment method is more objective and ensures thorough evaluation of
the dissertation work leading to quality research.
3.1.2 What is the policy of the College to promote research culture in the
College?
To promote good research culture in the College, numerous policies have
been devised and implemented.
1. Institute provides support to faculty for undertaking full time Ph.D
program with full pay under AICTEs QIP scheme in reputed institutes
such as IITs, NITs, government institutes etc.
2. Separate budget is allocated at institute level every year for strengthening
research activities. The major part of the R&D budget is utilized for
funding research projects executed at all departments of the institute. The
part of the R&D budget allocated in TEQIP-II is also utilized for funding
research projects at all departments.
3. To motivate the student and faculty to undertake good research projects
motivational lectures are conducted regularly by inviting eminent
personalities from reputed government and private organizations.
4. To enhance the research aptitude and out of box thinking ability of the UG
and PG students Idea competition is organized every semester since
June 2015. In this competition the students are invited to submit innovative
ideas. The best two ideas of UG students and one best idea of PG student
from each department are awarded cash prizes and certificates. Further,
funding from R&D cell of the institute is provided to convert best ideas
into working prototypes.
5. A two thousand rupees grant is given to each S. Y. M. Tech students of the
institute towards registration fees for attending national/international
conference.
6. The BOG of the institute has devised and implemented incentive policy for
quality publications by faculty. The publication policy devised by the
BOG is available on the intranet of the institute. The publication incentives
are given for papers published; books published and granted patents to the
faculty. The incentive amount mainly depends on the Scopus impact factor
of the paper published, reputed book publisher and commercial potential
of the patent. Incentive is also given to the faculty for wining externally
funded projects.

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3.1.3 List details of prioritized research areas and the areas of expertise
available with the College.
Table 3.2: List of research areas and expertise available in respective
departments
Sr.
No.

Research areas

Automobile Engineering

Areas of Expertise Available

Civil Engineering

Computer Science and


Engineering

Electrical Engineering -

Electronics and
Telecommunication Engineering

Information Technology

Mechanical Engineering

Engine Technology,
Alternatively powered vehicle,
Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing)
Software Proficiency
Transportation Engineering Surveying
Structural designing and testing Hydraulics Water
resource Engineering
Geotechnical engineering
Environmental engineering
Construction management
Image Processing, Steganography and Watermarking
,Information Security, Wireless Networks,
Algorithms 1) Forecasting Problems
Optimization Problems,
High Performance Computing ,Cloud Computing
Energy Auditing
Wind Energy Integration
Power system
Deregulation
Electricity Market
Power Electronics
Electronic System Design,
Biomedical Engineering,
Signal Processing,
Image Processing,
VLSI design and VLSI Signal Processing,
Embedded Systems,
Antennas, Microwave Engineering,
Advanced Communication Engineering,
Sensor Networks
Image Processing
Data Mining
Software Engineering
Networking
Cloud computing
Information Security
Vibration analysis,
Smart materials
Experimental Stress Analysis
CAD/CAM/CAE
Advanced manufacturing lab
CFD
Supply chain management

3.1.4 What are the proactive mechanisms adopted by the College to facilitate
smooth implementation of research schemes/ projects?
To facilitate smooth implementation of research schemes/projects institute has
adopted following mechanisms
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1. In case of externally funded projects, if sanctioned amount is not adequate


additional funding is provided to the research project.
2. Seed funding is provided to the selected research projects from each
department.
3. Institute facilitates procedure through Shivaji University, Kolhapur for
custom duty exemption on expensive laboratory instruments procured for
research work from foreign countries.
4. Full autonomy is given to the principal investigator/coordinator for
utilizing overhead charges of the project leading to timely completion of
the projects.
5. The audits of the funded projects are carried out in order to ensure
technical quality of the project and proper utilization of the sanctioned
amount.
6. Utilization certificates are submitted to the funding authorities after the
completion of research project. In addition equipments purchased under
research project are recorded in the dead stock register of the department.
3.1.5 How is interdisciplinary research promoted?
To promote interdisciplinary research in the college following mechanism is
adopted
1. More preference is given to the interdisciplinary projects, while selecting
research projects under TEQIP-II or in house seed funding scheme.
2. Open elective courses are floated by almost all departments in order to
promote culture of interdisciplinary projects and knowledge among UG
and PG students. The knowledge gained by students in open elective
course is useful for successful implementation of interdisciplinary projects.
3. Adequate guidance from non parent departments is provided to the
students for successful completion of interdisciplinary projects. The
supervisors involved in the interdisciplinary project interact regularly to
discuss the problems and obtain solution leading to timely completion of
the project.
4. Industry sponsored PG dissertations with interdisciplinary aspect are
encouraged.
5. Every year new MOUs are signed with reputed institutes and organizations
for increasing interdisciplinary projects.
Table 3.3: Collaborative Institute/Industry and nature of activity
Department

Name of collaborating
institute/industries
Bharat Forge Limited., Pune

Wipro Infotech, Mumbai


Automobile
Engineering

Rajarambapu Patil Sahakari Sakhar


Karkhana Ltd., Rajaramnagar
Altair Engineering, New Delhi
Global Talent Track Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Apollo Tyres Limited, Gurgaon

Nature of collaborative activity


Training to students in various area like electronics ,
Hydraulics and pneumatics, CAD/CAM/CAE, Project
management, etc.
Expert Lectures, Consultancy Services, Training
programme, Staff & Students Industrial Visit,
Placement, etc.
Projects, Consultancy, Industrial Internship to
Students, Expert Lectures, etc.
Training to UG & PG students, Sponsored Projects,
Short term/continuing programs for industry and
academia, etc.
Students Training, Expert Lectures, Students'
Assessment, etc.
Training to staff & students, Technical Consultancy to
industry, Sharing of laboratory & library facilities,

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Department

Name of collaborating
institute/industries

Modi Motors Agencies Pvt. Ltd.,


Mumbai

SC Auto Agencies Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai

TATA Motors, Pune

Apex Innovations Pvt. Ltd., Sangli.

1. Walwa Taluka Engineers


Association, Islampur
2. VISTACORE Corporation

Civil
Engineering

3. SPCE, Mumbai
4. Siddheshwarkrishi and Grameen
vikas sanstha, Nave paragon
5. S. V. Shinde and Associates,
Sangli
6. Islampur Municipal corporation
7. IRB Infrastructure Developers
Ltd., Mumbai
8. GeoICON Pte. Ltd., Singapore
9. Dr. Fixit Institute of Structural
protection and Rehabilitation,
Mumbai
10. CTARA, IIT Mumbai
11. ARTI
Workshop
1. Ferro cement Society, Pune

NVIDIA

Computer
Science and
Engineering

REDHAT

Nature of collaborative activity


Support to various technical events, Expert Lectures,
Sponsored Projects, Placement, etc.
Training to staff & students, Technical Consultancy to
industry, Sharing of laboratory & library facilities,
Support to various technical events, Expert Lectures,
Sponsored Projects, Placement, etc.
Training to staff & students, Technical Consultancy to
industry, Sharing of laboratory & library facilities,
Support to various technical events, Expert Lectures,
Sponsored Projects, Placement, etc.
Staff Training, Industrial Visit to students, Projects to
PG students, etc.
Industrial Projects to UG & PG Students, Training to
industry
employees,
Sharing
of
laboratories/Equipments/library
facilities,
Joint
Publications, R&D Activities, Expert Lectures &
Seminars, etc.
MOU
Training to Graduates
And material testing for WTEA
Training to Graduates
And Lab works for VISTACORE
Jointly work on Research projects
Watershed Management works
Training to employees and students and Technical
consultancy
Technical consultancy
Training to employees and students and Technical
consultancy
Training and Application development in GIS and
GPS
Quality Assertive training program for faculties

Joint research projects


Joint research projects
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH AND
DEVELOPMENTS IN STRUCTURAL
ENGINEERING (RDSE) UNDER TEQIP, 15-16,
MARCH 2013
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar
has been selected as CUDA Teaching Center (20132014) based on our demonstrated commitment to
advancing the state of parallel computing education
using CUDA C/C++ at Department of Computer
Science & Engineering.
Under this Programme NVIDIA Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
has provided CSE Department at Rajarambapu
Institute of Technology with Massively Parallel
Programming 2nd Edition books, CUDA-capable
high-end GPUs for teaching purposes and matching
funds as part of this award.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar
has been contacted to Red Hat India for establishing
Red Hat Learning Centre in the institute. They have
introduced Red Hat Academy program for high
schools, higher-education institutions and economicdevelopment organization worldwide. As global
leaders in Linux and Open source technologies, they
wish to associate with our esteemed institute to setup
a Red Hat academy and MOU is under process.

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Department

Name of collaborating
institute/industries

ORACLE

Electrical
Engineering

Nature of collaborative activity


Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar
has a MOU with Oracle University to Conduct a
Workforce Development Program. Oracle introduced
"WDP" program for higher-education institutions and
economic- development organization worldwide.
Under this program oracle provides expertise and
training programs to improve the skills and Quality of
student.

Sharad Institute of Technology

Electrical dept. BOS Member

Rajaram Solvex Limited, A/pWamkusawade, Tal-Patan, DistSatara

MOU Training & Project sponsorship, Technical


guidance

Tata Consultancy Services Limited,


Mumbai

MOU Training & Project sponsorship, Technical


guidance

M/S KHARE ELEC-TRANS


TASGAON

MOU Training & Project sponsorship, Technical


guidance

M/S. dB Devices Pvt. Ltd., Bhosari,


Pune 411026

MOU Training & Project sponsorship, Technical


guidance

M/S Wyse System Pvt. Ltd Pune


Sharada Electronics Kupwad MIDC
Sangli

MOU Training & Project sponsorship, Technical


guidance

Bit Electronics System Baramati


MHRD
IIT Bombay
IIT Kharagpur
National Instruments
Texas Instruments
Cranes Softwares
NIRAMAY Institute of
Rehabilitation Training & Research
Center, Solapur
Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences
Deemed University, Karad

MOU Training & Project sponsorship, Technical


guidance
Knowledge up gradation through short term training
programs in Analog Electronics, Signals & Systems,
Control Systems for Faculty and Students
Organizing competition for students on circuit design.
Short term training program on LABVIEW.
Short term Program on Low power Embedded System
using MSP430

Joint efforts for research and development in the area


of Bio-medical Engineering.

Training of faculty and students, Sponsorships for


student Projects, Consultancy
Establishment of centre of Excellence in the area of
TRANSFO SYSTEMS, Bangalore
Embedded Systems. Collaboration for trainings,
research projects in the Embedded Systems.
Collaboration for bridging the gap between industry
ScienTECH Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
expectations and academic offering though curriculum
Indore
development, training programs, industry tours, R&D.
EdGate Technology Pvt. Ltd.,
Trainings, Development of VLSI & Embedded Lab
Banglore
etc.
Setting up of antenna and microwave structures
Ansoft Technologies
simulation facility.
Altair/FEKO Ltd.
Providing Antenna design software licenses for short
term courses in Mobile Antennas
System LSI Logic Design, Kolhapur
Providing Consultancy, testing services
Training of manpower both faculty\staff
Manshu Comtel Pvt. Ltd. Satara
Student training & Placement
IIT Madras (QEEE)
Providing online lectures of IIT faculty for students in
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Telecommunica
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Engineering

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Department

Name of collaborating
institute/industries
PIAGIO Baramati,
PARI Robotics Pune
ARK Techno- Solutions Mumbai
Infosys, Pune
Semat Excellence Centre, Pune
Oracle India Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore
TCS, Pune

Information
Technology

Persistent, Pune
Null Object Interactive Pvt. Ltd.
Indo-UC Collaboration for
Engineering Education (IUCEE)
IIT, Bombay
IIT, Kharagpur
Red Hat India Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai
IIT Bombay
Shivaji University
EduCAD, Bangalore
Bharat Forge Limited., Pune

Mechanical
Engineering

Maharashtra Centre for


Entrepreneurship Development
(MCED), Aurangabad
Wipro InfoTech, Mumbai
EduCADD, Bangalore
University of Massachusetts Lowell,
USA (UML)
Purdue University, College of
Engineering, Global Engineering
Program (COE)
Lawrence Technological University,
Southfield, MI USA
Rajaramabapu Patil Sahakari Sakhar
Karkhana Ltd., Rajaramanagar
TATA Motors Ltd., Pune
Rajarambapu Solvex Ltd., Islampur
Altair Engineering, New Delhi
Acadinnet Education Services India
Private Limited, Bangalore
University of Hartford, West
Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Apollo Tyres Limited, Gurgaon
SC Auto Agencies Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
Modi Motors Agencies Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai
Kalyani Infotech Solutions Ltd.,
Pune
GTT
Siemens PLM Software India Pvt.
Ltd., Gurgaon
Firstnaukri.com, Pune (a division of
M/s. info Edge India Ltd.,Pune)
Future time Solutions, Mumbai
Dnyandeep Education & Research
Foundation, Wanlesswadi, Sangli
TATA Motors, Pune
Fulcrum, Pune

Nature of collaborative activity


different subjects.
Providing in plant training and sponsored projects to
students
Student training program on Mobile Making
Campus Connect Program
Project Sponsorship,
Trainings/ Workshops
Training & Certification
Placement
Project Sponsorship
Placement
Project Sponsorship
Organizing Webinars,
Conferences, Faculty Interaction
Remote membership and Aakash center, QEEE
courses
Organizing Workshops, QEEE courses
Training and Certification
Faculty Development Program
Student Development Program
Program under lead college scheme
Training
Recruitment of Degree Engineers QUONTAM
activity sponsor
Students Training & Placement
Providing IT Infrastructure
Training
Development of Educational Technology
Development of Educational Technology
Development of Educational Technology
Consultancy, Industrial Internship to Students
Collaborative Projects
Students Training & Placement
Students Training & Placement
Development of Educational Technology
Development of Educational Technology
Students Training & Placement
Students Training & Placement
In-plant Training
Training to Staff and Students
Students Training
Training to Staff and Students
Students Placement
Students Training & Placement
Development of Educational Technology
Staff Training, Industrial Visit to students, Projects to
PG students
Training & Placement

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Name of collaborating
institute/industries

Department

John Deere India Private Limited,


Pune
Forbes Marshall, Pune
JCB India Limited, Pune
Government College of Engineering,
Amravati
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavans Sardar
Patel College of Engineering,
Mumbai
Vigyan Ashram, Pabal
Micro Axis Auto and Engineering
Center, Yadrav
Mutha Group of Industries, Satara
Finite & Infinite, Pune
O2 Breathing Brains, Miraj
FExtencore Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Pune

Nature of collaborative activity


Internship & Project opportunities for students,
Placement, training, Suggestions for curriculum
development
Internship Project opportunities for students, Staff
Training
Industrial Visit, Project Opportunities,
Training
program to staff & students, Placement
Joint Projects, publications, sponsored projects, joint
faculty & staff development programs & consultancy
projects, etc.
Joint work on research projects, consultancy
assignments,
faculty
&
staff
development
Programmes,
consideration
of
faculty
for
M.Tech/Ph.D. admission, etc.
Joint collaboration of exploring following Academic
& Research opportunities for development
Technical Collaboration, Technical Inputs, Technical
Assistance,
Technical Studies as per SPVs
Requirement, etc.
Training, Consultancy, Placement, Facilities Sharing,
R&D Activity, etc.
Students Training & Staff Training
Students Training
Students Training

3.1.6 Enumerate the efforts of the College in attracting researchers of eminence


to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?
To attract eminent personalities in research, reputed institutes and industry
efforts are taken at institute and department levels. The details of eminent
personalities who visited the college in last five years are given in Table 3.3
Table 3.4 List of eminent Professors/ persons who visited the College
Department
Automobile Engineering

Name of eminent personality


visited
Prof. M. M. More.
Prof. S. S. Rasal.
Prof. S. S. Rasal.
Prof. S. G. Pawar.
Dr.S.G.Joshi.
Prof. D. B. Hulwan.
Dr. Bimalesh Kumar.
Prof. Ravishankar Chandu.

Civil Engineering
Ferro cement Design and
Applications in Civil
Engineering, 3rd Feb. 2012
Er. Hangekar,
Dr. Divekar
ErUllhasAdhav
Curriculum Development: M.E.
(C&M), 10th Sept.2011
Dr. S. M. Shiyekar
Dr. S. S. Santpur
Er. Parag A Doshi, Relience Infra
Mumbai
Er. PramodChougule
Mr. T P Banerjee, Mumbai Dr.
Fixit Institute

Name of organization
WCE., Sangli
Rajashri Shahu College of Engineering&
research
J. S. P. M. Narhe, Pune
Retired Professor, VJTI, Mumbai
WCE, Sangli.
VIT Pune
JTMCOE, Faizpur
K.L.E. University, Guntur
2011-12

Ferro cement Society, Pune


Ferrocement Society, Pune
Ferrocement Society, Pune

SinghgadEngineering College, Pune


Ex. Principal TKIT, Warananagar
Expert lecture on Safety, Health and
Environment in Mumbai Metro Rail
Project
Expert lecture on Green building
Expert lecture on Awareness session on
water proofing and concrete repairs

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Department

Name of eminent personality


visited
Dr. Bakul Rao, IIT Mumbai
National Conference On Research
And Developments In Structural
Engineering (RDSE) Under
Teqip, 15-16, March 2013
Mr. C.M.Dordi,
Dr. P.B.Murnal,
Dr.O.R.Jaiswal
Dr.M.R.Shiyekar
Dr.B.N.Divekar
Prin. M.V. Joglekar, Carrier
Opportunities and Goal Setting
Prof. J B Patankar
Prof Sameer Alone
Dr K B prakash
Dr S N Tande
Dr K G Gumaste
Dr N K patil
Dr. G R Munavalli
Dr. M. B. Kumthekar
S T Mali
Dr. More
Dr. R. S. Pant
Dr. J R Patil
Dr. M S Bapat
PROF. D. S. MALI,
DR. MORE
Dr. P G Sonavane

Computer Science and


Engineering

Dr. S K Ghosh
Dr. Dixit
Mr. B.A. Tidke
Mr. S. Kolekar
Dr. J.V. Aghav
Dr. P. K. Brahmankar
Dr. P. J. Kulkarni
Dr. R. Buyya
Dr. M. Sasikumar
Dr. R. S. Bichkar

Electrical Engineering

Electronics and
Telecommunication
Engineering

Prof. Umbarkar Anantkumar


Janardan
Dr. Mani Venkata S S
Priya Jadhav
Dr. Vishal sardeshpand
Dr. Sibi Raj B. Pillai
Dr. D. B. Talange
B. M. Chowdary
P. V. Nerkar
Dr. P. M. Joshi
W. Z. Gandhare
Prof. D. S. More
Dr. A. P. Vaidya
Dr. Dik Morling
Dr. B. S. Borotikar,
Dr. Shivkumar
Dr. M. H. Kolekar

Name of organization
Expert lecture on Rural Development
2012-13

Ambuja Cement, Mumbai


Govt COE, Aurangabad
VNIT , Nagpur
Singhgad institute, Pune
Pune

2013-14
WCE sangli
MIT Pune
GCOE Haveri, Karanataka
WCE Sangli
WCE Sangli
VIT PatgaonMiraj
Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli
GCE, Karad
SIT, Pune
JSPM, Pune
Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay
DACOE Karad
Willingdon College, Sangli
CIBER KOLHAPUR
JSPM, PUNE
Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli
2015-16
NBA, CM
IIT, Roorkee
NITTR, Bhopal
Flora institute of tech. Pune
Symbiosis International University ,Pune
College of Engineering , Pune
Dr. B. A. Tech. University , Lonere
Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli
University of Melbourne, Australia.
C-DAC , Mumbai
G. H. Raisony College of Engineering &
Management , Pune
Walchand College of Engineering , Sangli
University of Washington
IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay
IIT Bombay
COE, Pune
COE, Pune
PVG, Pune
COE, karad
GCOE, Amaravathi
WCE, Sangli
WCE, Sangli
Emeritus Professor, University of
Westminster, UK
TB & LaTIM INSERM, France
IISC Bangalore
IIT Patna

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Department

Name of eminent personality


visited
Dr. S N Talbar
Prof. Pravin Mane
Dr. A. V. Deshmukh
Dr. W.Z.Gandhare
Dr. D. B.Talange
Dr. P.J.Kulkarni
Dr Jagannath V Aghav

Information Technology

Mr. Sachin Naik


Dr. Rajkumar Bhuyya

Dr. R. S. Bichkar

Mechanical Engineering

Institute level

Dr Vishal Sardeshpande
Dr Raghunath Mashelkar
Dr Prashant Kumar
Dr A T Chavan
Dr N.K.Sane
Dr M M Khot
Dr B S Gavali
Dr Dabade
Dr S S Mohite
Dr S P Chavan
Dr S H Savent
Dr S S Naik
Dr L Y Waghmode
Dr A T Pise
Dr V M Naik
Dr V R Naik
Mr. Ashish kelakar
Dr. Ravi Dalmiye
Dr. Srinivas Chippa
Mr. S.T.Patil
Mr.A.B.Khandekar
Dr. Milind Sohani
Dr. S.G.joshi
Prof. N.S.Dharashivkar
Dr. A.K. Yadav
Dr. Arun Mudbidir
Prof. A.R.Acharya
Hon. Ratan Tata
Dr. G. D. Yadhav
Dr. R. A. Mashelkar
Dr. V. G. Gaikar

Name of organization
SGGS Nanded
BITS GOA
DACOE Karad
GCE Amravati
COE Pune
Deputy Director, Walchand College of
Engineering Sangli
Department of Computer Engineering &
IT, COE, Pune
Red Hat India, Mumbai
Director of the Cloud Computing and
Distributed Systems (CLOUDS)
Laboratory at The University of
Melbourne, Australia, CEO, Manjrasoft
Pvt. Ltd.
Prof. Dept. of CSE, G. H. Raisony College
of Engineering& Management, Pune.
IIT Bombay
Scientist, ISRO
IIT Kanpur
Parametric solutions, Pune
WCE Sangli
WCE Sangli
WCE Sangli
WCE Sangli
GCE Karad
WCE Sangli
JJM Jayshingpur
BATU
ADCT Ashta
GCE Karad
SSG Nanded TEQIP mentor
DKTE Ichalkarangi
Ashaai Technology, Pune
3D CAD PLM, Pune
VIT, Pune
Novous Npxas India,
Tata motors Pune
IIT Bombay
WCE Sangli
TKIET Warananagar
NITK, Surathkal
SIBM Pune
Govt. Engineering College, Karad
TATA group of copaninies
Director ICT, Mumbai
Director CSIR
Professor ICT, Mumbai

3.1.7 What percentage of faculty have utilized sabbatical leave for research
activities? How has the provision contributed to the research quality and
culture of the College?
Institute has made provision of sabbatical leave for conducting
research activities outside the institute. We are giving below the details of
Sabbatical leave availed.
Sr. No
1
2
3

Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15

Nos of faculties
04
05
02

% of faculty
2.56
3.20
1.28

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3.1.8 Provide details of national and international conferences organized by the


College highlighting the names of eminent scientists/scholars who
participated in these events.
Conferences and workshops are conducted at each department regularly.
Eminent scientist/professors/industry persons participate in these events as
resource persons. Details are given in Table 3.4
Table 3.5: List of programs and eminent scientists/scholars participated
Department

Eminent scientists/scholars
attended

Name of conference/FDP/Seminar
Half Day TEQIP sponsored workshop on
interaction of scientist with faculty members.
Half Day TEQIP sponsored workshop on
interaction of scientist with faculty members.
STTP on Effective Teaching-Outcome Based
Learning in Engineering Education
One day Workshop on Curriculum Development
of Automobile Engineering Dept.-PG
One Week FDP on Automotive Engineering:
Advances & Research Opportunities Under TEQIP
Automotive
Testing:
Methodology
&
Instrumentation Under Lead College Scheme,
Shivaji University, Kolhapur

Automobile
Engineering

One Week STTP on Advances In I. C. Engine &


Emission Control Technologies [AICEECT]
Under TEQIP-II

Mr. S. K. Kamble. RCF Mumbai


Mr. S.R. Durugkar. L & T,
hydrocarbons, Pune
1. Dr. P.J. Kulkarni
2. Mr. Ravishankar Chandu
3. Dr. S. S. Kulakrni RIT
Sakharale.
1. Dr. S. S. Thipase ARAI, Pune.
2. Dr. Bimalesh Kumar. JTMCOE,
Faizpur
1. Mr. Shrikant Chalageri.
2. Mr. Kiran Wani. ARAI,Pune
3. Mr. S. S. Ramdasi
1.
2.

Dr. S. G. Joshi. WCE, Sangli.


Mr. V. D. Chavan. CIRT, Pune

1.

Mr. Ajit Kulkarni. Vanaj Ltd.


Pune
Mr. P. G. Bhatt. ARAI, Pune
Mr. Yogesh Aghav. Kirloskar
Group Pune.
Prof. D. B. Hulwan. VIT Pune.

2.
3.
4.

One Week Refresher Course on Automotive


Engineering Under TEQIP-II

Two Days Workshop on Modeling & Simulation


of Automotive Systems under lead college
scheme, Shivaji University, Kolhapur

Automotive
Testing:
Methodology
Instrumentation Under TEQIP-II

&

AwarnessSession On Waterproofing And Concrete


Repairs, 13-09-2011

Civil Engineering

Vocational Training and Qualification in Urban


Water Management, 30 Oct. 2013
STTP on Recent Technologies and Challenges in
Environmental Management
RTCEM (Under TEQIP)

1.
2.
3.

Dr. S. G. Joshi. WCE, Sangli.


Prof. S. G. Pawar Retired
Professorr, VJTI, Mumbai
Dr. S. D. Yadav. RIT, Sakharale

1.
2.

Dr. S. S. Mohite
Mr. Deepak Unune. NIT, Jaypur.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Mr. N. L. Soni. BARC,Mumbai.


Prof. S. G. Pawar.
Mr. V. D. Chavan. CIRT, Pune.
Mr.Moiyyad Vora. Xitadel, Pune
Mr. Arun Komawar. ARAI,
Pune
6. Mr. S. R Sonawane.
ARAI, Pune.
Mr. T P Banerjee, Dr. Fixit Institute
Of Structural Protection And
Rehabilitation, Andheri, Mumbai
Annika Meinecke
BIBS Projektmanagement
Schulstr. 38
53773 Hennef, Germany
Dr. S. N. Kaul, Pune, Rtd. Scientist G
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Name of conference/FDP/Seminar
15-19 Sept. 2014
STTP on Recent Technologies and Challenges in
Environmental Management
RTCEM (Under TEQIP)
15-19 Sept. 2014
Importance of Open source software , tools and
Red Hat Certification Program

Developing Programming Skill with practical

Open discussion on Final Year B. Tech Project

Guest lecture on project development using SDLC


and agile software development
Java Programming Lab
Guest lecture on Android Application
Development
Computer Science
and Engineering

Guest lecture on Perl Language

Guest lecture on Mainframe, ERP JDE


Guest Lecture on .Net Technologies and web
development
TECHUNT 2013 is a National hunt for India's
Student Entrepreneur of the Year and workshop
series jointly hosted by Nurture Talent Academy
and Computer Society of India, Pune
Infosys Campus Connect Road Show

Cloud Computing
How to prepare for Campus?
Regarding project & greatened challenges
Three Days FDP on Workshop on Low Power
Embedded Systems using MSP430 Microcontroller

Electronics and
Telecommunication
Engineering

Two Week ISTE Main Workshop on Signals &


Systems under the National Mission on Education
through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India

National Conference On Electronics for Rural


Development"

Eminent scientists/scholars
attended

Mr. AjitSaraf, Ex-Director,MPCB,


Mumbai
Mr. Sachin Naik ,
Teritory Head , Red Hat
IndiaAshutosh Bakre ,
Director ,Unnati Computers,
Aurangabad
Mr. Rajendra Kumbhar Associate
Technical lead, Pune
1. Mr. Arun Kadekodi, CEO,
Soft Corner Limited, Pune
2. Mr. Vedprakash Dubhe,
Director of Engineering,
RiseSmart Technologies, Pune
Mr. Viswanath Awate
CEO, Agile Software, Pune
Mr. Sagar Sawant
Software Developer ZenSar, Pune
Mr Dayanand Fagare,
Senior Software Engineer | Mobility
Zensar Technology
Mr Prasad Patil
Senior Software Engineer ,IGATE
System ,Pune
Mr Sagar Devkar & Mr Pawan
Kavade System Engineer, TCS,
Mumbai
Mr. Imtiyaz Pathan CEO, IT Figs
Technologies Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,
Sangli.
Mr. Animesh Jaipurkar
Mrs. Soudamini Patil,
Principal - Education & Research,
Infosys Technology Limited, Pune
Varoon Rajani & Gurmeet Singh
BLazeCLan Technologies Pvt. Ltd,
Pune
Mr. Randhir Kamble,
Hear SRM, TCS, Pune
Mr. Debaya Chatterji,
Marketing Manager, Career Lan, IBM
Mr. Narendra Babu, Cranes Software
International Ltd.
1. Prof. Vikram M. Gadre (Dept.
of Electrical Engineering, IIT
Bombay)
2. Prof. Somnath Sengupta (Dept.
of Electronic & Electrical
Communication Engineering
IIT Kharagpur)
1. Dr. Bhushan Borotikar (National
Institutes of Health (NIH), USA)
2. Mr. C. B. Inamdar (DGM, Tata
Communication, Pune)
3. Dr. S.A. Patil,
(DKTE, Ichalkaranji)
4. Dr. V.N. Pawar,

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Department

Name of conference/FDP/Seminar

Two Week ISTE Main Workshop on Analog


Electronics under the National Mission on
Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India)

National Seminar on Recent Trends in VLSI &


Embedded Systems

STTP on "Wireless Simulations"

Workshop on Ad-hoc Network & NS2


One day Workshop on Employment Exercise
Readiness Workshop
Techno sphere 2K12
(Effective use of Open Source Web tool)
Professional Training
Professional Training
Information
Technology

Open Discussion on Final Year B.Tech Projects


Techno sphere 15
(Cloud Computing and Virtualization)
Engineer the Engineering Education and Career
Techno sphere 14
(Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security)
Open Discussion on Final Year B.Tech Projects

Workshop on Basics of Android

Technosphere 13 (workshop on Ethical Hacking)


NPTEL Awareness
(One Day Workshop)
IUCEE Workshop on Mechatronic and Product
Design
Mechanical
Engineering

Recent Trends in Computer Aided Engineering


(CAE)
Attitude Development Programme for Supporting
Staff in Engineering Institution

Eminent scientists/scholars
attended
(ACP COE, Mumbai)
5. Mr. Vivek Sawant, (MKCL,
Pune)
6. Dr. W.Z. Gandhare, (Principal,
COE, Amravati)
1. Prof. Anindya S. Dhar
2. Prof. Pradip Mandal
3. Prof. Indrajit Chakrabarti
4. Prof. Achinty Halder
(Dept. of Electronics &
Electrical Communication
Engineering, IIT Kharagpur
1. Dr. Ganesh Bhokare (Consultant
Silicon Machine)
2. Mr. Hansaraj Guhilat (KLE
College of Engineering
Belgaum)
MOHIT P. TAHILIANI,
Dept. of Computer Science &
Engineering, NITK, Surathkal,
Mangalore.
Prof. Ramakrashna M.
MIT, Manipal
Mr. MandarApte , Director, Strategic
Growth for the New Indictrans
Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Pune
Mr.T. Anand , Managing Director,
Knewron, Maharashtra - INDIA.
i) Mr.Sangram Patil
Global learning InfoTech, Kolhapur.
ii) Webtek Pvt. Ltd., Delhi
Mr.Hrushikesh Parandhkar , Seed
InfoTech, Pune
Mr.Arun Kadekodi, CEO, Soft corner,
Pune
Mithilesh Pande, GeeksLab
Technologies, New Delhi
Mr.Basavaraj Hooli
Mrs.Shaila Hooli
Mr.Vishwash Shankar Satpute
Mr.Ved Prakesh Dubey
Director of EngineeringRiseSmart
1. Anshuman Sen, VP (Tech) &
Partner Technex Technologies
Pvt Ltd
2. Girish Ramesh BhaleraoAndroid
Developer, Technex
Technologies Pvt., Ltd.
3. Swapnil Thale
Team Lead Realmile
Technologies Pvt Ltd
Mr.Ganesh Mane, Mumbai.
Mr. Vinoth G. Classle Pvt.Ltd.,
Chennai
Dr. Devdas Shetty,USA
Prof. D.S.Chavan, RIT
Prof. M. V. Kavade
Prof. P. M. Jadhav,
Prof. S. N. Jalwadi, RIT &
Altair India Pvt. Ltd. Co.Pune
Mr.Kalidas Patil
Mr.Sandip Pawar, Sanjeevani

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Department

Name of conference/FDP/Seminar

Happy Marriage Life & Quality Life

Computer Assisted Engineering Drawing

Traning on ANSYS R12.0

Engineering Thermodynamics

TEQIP-II Sponsored Faculty


Development Program on
Micro & Nano Technology
Quality Improvement
Program For Supporting Staff
Energy Efficiency & Management Practices for
Small and Medium Industries
Role of Engineering Faculty in Enterpreneurship
Development
5 Days faculty training
workshop on Hypermesh
and optistruct.
Short term training program on "Advances in
Manufactring Technology"

FDP for efficient use of IONCUDOS


Hon. Ratan Tata
Dr. G. D. Yadhav
Dr. R. A. Mashelkar
Dr. M. S. Rao
Institute level
Dr. Krishna Vedula

Dr. V.G. Gaikar


Dr. M. Raja Ravindra Prasad

Eminent scientists/scholars
attended
Training & development Institute
Kolhapur.
Prof. M.V.Pisal, RIT
Under Lead College Scheme
Shivaji university
Mr.Sandip Pawar, Sanjeevani
Training & development Institute
Kolhapur.
Prof. M. V. Pisal, RIT
Prof. S. B. Kumbhar, RIT
Prof. K.S. Rajmane, RIT
Under Lead College Scheme
Shivaji university
Prof. S. N. Jalwadi, RIT
Funded by RIT.
Prof. Gaitonde IIT, Bombay
Prof. S.V.Kadam, RIT
Mrs. Savita Patil, RIT
Funded by ISTE.
Mr.Gokhale, Sanjay Bhokare Group
of Institute, Miraj.
Prof. S. R. Patil , RIT
Prof. U. M. Nimbalkar, RIT
Funded by TEQIP-II.
Mr.Kalidas Patil
Prof. M.V. Pisal, RIT
Funded by TEQIP-II
Prof. A. M. Mulla, RIT
Prof. M. V. Kavade, RIT
Funded by TEQIP-II
Mr.Vivek Sinare,
Bharat Vikas Group,Pune.
Prof. M.V. Pisal, RIT
Funded by RIT
Prof. M. V. Kavade, RIT
Mr.Deshpande from Finite to Infinite
Solutions limited, Pune.
Mr. Kantilal Shaha,KBL
Dr. S.G.Joshi,WCE, Sangli
Dr. S.M.Sawant, RIT
Funded by TEQIP-II
Prof. M. V. Kavade,
Prof. S.N.Sawant, RIT
Funded by TEQIP-II.
Chief guest of Graduation day
ceremony 2014
Director, Institute of Chemical
Technology, Bombay. Chief guest of
Graduation day ceremony 2014.
Director, CSIR. Chief guest of
Graduation day ceremony 2014
ISRO scientist . Conducted sessions
for students and faculty. 2015
Professor of Chemical Engineering
and Dean Emeritus, Francis College
of. Engineering, University of
Massachusetts Lowell, USA.
Professor & TEQIP Coordinator ICT
Mumbai. Conducted session for
students and faculty on 26th August
2015
Scientist/ Engineer-SF

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Department

Name of conference/FDP/Seminar

Faculty Development workshop under TEQIP-II


on Effective Teaching

Eminent scientists/scholars
attended
( Superannuated), Vikram Sarabhai
Space center, Thiruvananthapuram ,
Indian Space Research Organization
(ISRO) Department of Space (DOS)
Govt. of India
Dr. M. T. Telsang,
Prof. M. V. Kavade,
Dr.A.C.Attar,
Dr.A.B.Kakade, RIT
Funded by TEQIP-II.

3.1.9 Details on the College initiative in transferring/advocating the relative


findings of research of the College and elsewhere to the students and the
community (lab to land).
Table 3.6: Initiative (lab to land) in transferring your research to the
students and the Community
Department

Labs
Automotive
Research and
Development
Laboratory

Automobile
Engineering

Automotive
Electrical and
Electronics
Laboratory
Automotive
Chassis
Laboratory
Environmental
Engineering Lab
Computer lab

Name of Research Work


'Experimental Analysis of Fluid
Elastic Vibrations in Finned
Tube Arrays Subjected to
Single and Two Phase Cross
Flow'
M.R.Brake Test Set up.

Automotive Shock Absorber


Test rig.
Watershed management

Application/Implementation
U.G. and P.G. Project Testing facility,

U.G. and P.G. Project Testing facility,


Experimental Set up for Chassis
Laboratory
U.G. and P.G. Project Testing facility,
Experimental Set up for Chassis
Laboratory
Watershed management at Madgyal,
2012
JayantDaridryaNirmulan

Computer Science
and Engineering

CUDA Teaching
Center

Affordable housing system


Affordable housing- building
materials
Application of GIS to facilitate
infra planning- Islampur city
Application of GIS to sewerage
system in Islampur city
Watershed development plan
Kaneri village watershed
Construction equipment fleet
management: case study of
highway construction project
Developing High performance
computing applications

Electrical
Engineering

Electrical
Machines lab

field efficiency measurement of


flourmill

Electronics and
Telecommunication
Engineering

Research Lab

Curd Maker

In process of product manufacture

Information
Technology

Application
Development
Lab

Website development

This lab is used for website


development.eg.
https://www.majhaislampur.com

Structure lab
Computer lab
Civil Engineering
Computer lab
Hydrology Lab
Transportation
Lab

JayantDaridryaNirmulan
Islampur city
Islampur city
Kolhapur
Pune
Implantation of scheduling and
optimization problems.
1) Awareness of energy
efficiency opportunities
in flourmill in flourmill
operators and owners.
2) The project is used to
identify and quantify
energy efficiency
Opportunities in flourmill.

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Labs

Name of Research Work

Operating
System
Lab/Android Lab

App development

Theory of
machine lab
Heat Transfer
Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Mechatronics
Lab
Design
Engineering Lab

Mechatronic Lab
Design
Engineering Lab

Mechanical
Engineering

Design
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Energy
Engineering Lab
Design
Engineering Lab
Fluid Machine
Lab

Design and fabrication of


improved bullock Cart
Design and Fabrication of
efficient Turrmeric cooker
Sugar cane Harvester
Design & development
mechanical system for
production of small sizees
jaggery.
GERBERA flower packing
machine
Design and development of a
machine removing extra and
unwanted leaves of sugar cane
at the vegetative phase of
growth
Automatic Puran poli Machine
making machine
Concept design and
development jlebi making
machine.
Performance analysis of
turmeric loading conveyor
Portable digging machine
Design of Bagasse SYLO
system
Design & development of
automatic tire inflation system
in four wheeler
Design and development of
guseberry cutting machine

Application/Implementation
Used for mobile application
development. RIT app is available on
google play store at
https://play.google.com/store/apps/detail
s?id=com.rit.rit
Farmers
Farmers
Farmers

Farmers

Farmers

Farmers

House wife
House wife
Farmers
Workers/labours
Farmers
Driver

Farmers

Jaggery Scrapping machine

Sugar Industry

Solar Grain Dryer

Farmers

Self Weight Balancing of


Bullock Cart

Farmers

Pedal driven water lifting pump

Housewife

3.1.10 Give details on the faculty actively involved in research (Guiding student
research, leading research projects, engaged in individual or collaborative
research activity etc.)
Table 3.7: Details of faculty actively involved in research
Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

Guidance
Ph.D.
PG
(Completed/
ongoing)

Research Projects/Areas

Automobile Engineering
Engine Technology,
,Automotive Systems and Technology (material,
design analysis &testing)
Engine Technology,
2
S.T.Satpute
10
,Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing), Automotive Emission
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Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

Guidance
Ph.D.
PG
(Completed/
ongoing)

S.D.Yadav

12

S.R.Patil.

10

L.M.Jugulkar

08

S.R.Desai

S.R.Kumbhar

R.M.Shinde

Research Projects/Areas

Engine Technology,
Alternatively powered vehicle,
Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing), Automotive Emission
Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing)
Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing), Automotive Emission
Automotive Systems and Technology (material,
design analysis &testing), NVH.
Engine Technology,
,Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing)
Automotive Systems and Technology(material,
design analysis &testing),Software Proficiency

Civil Engineering
1

Dr Mrs S.S.Kulkarni

25

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Dr P.S.Patil
Dr D.K. Kulkarni
Dr H.S. Jadahv
Dr P.D. Kumbhar
Prof D.B. Kulkarni
Prof P.M. Mohite
Dr. A. C. Attar

17
3
17
16
14
17
26

Prof. D. S. Patil

24

10
Dr.S. M. Shiyekar
Computer Science and Engineering

---

Image Processing, Steganography and


Watermarking ,
Information Security
Database Management System
Wireless Networks
Algorithms
Forecasting Problems
Optimization Problems
Optimization Algorithms,
High Performance Computing
Cloud Computing
Network security

------

Power System
Power System
Power System
Power System
Power System

---------

Power Electronics
Image Processing, Speech Processing
Power Electronics
Advanced Communication
Embedded Systems
RF, Microwave and Antennas
Biomedical Engineering
Fuzzy Logic, Wireless Sensor Networks

--

Wireless Ad hoc Network

1.

Dr. N. V. Dharwadkar

03

--

2.
3.

Mr. S. S. Patil
Mr. S. A. Thorat

10
15

---

4.

Mr. A. C. Adamuthe

14

--

5.

Mr. S. U. Mane

15

--

6.
Mr. S. R. Poojara
03
7.
Mrs. A.B. Patil
11
Electrical Engineering
1
Prof. H. T. Jadhav
21
2
Prof. A. R. Thorat
17
3
Prof. K. V. Jadhav
2
4
Prof. Y. N. Bhosale
7
5
Prof. C. L. Butter
3
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
1
Prof. S.R.Jagtap
29
2
Dr. S.A.Pardeshi
19
3
Dr. M.S.Patil
09
4
Prof. M.S.Kumbhar
32
5
Prof.R.T.Patil
29
6
Dr. A.B.Kakade
15
7
Prof. Mrs. S.S.Patil
02
8
Prof. Mrs. J.S.Awati
03
Information Technology
1
Prof. Mrs. A.B.Patil
9

Watershed Development,
Six Sigma
Dynamic analysis, Bridge engineering
Concrete
Concrete, retrofitting
High performance Concrete
Concrete
Steel structures, Concrete
Value Engineering,
Life Cycle Cost Analysis, Building
Maintenance, Pavement Engineering, Equipment
Management, Material Management,
Geographic Information System

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Sr. No.

Guidance
Ph.D.
PG
(Completed/
ongoing)

Name of Faculty

Research Projects/Areas

Mechanical Engineering
1

Dr. S.S. Gawade

55

05

2
3
4
5

Dr. S.M.Sawant
Dr. M. T. Telsang
Prof P P Deshpande
Prof. N K Chhapkhane

16
20
7
40

07
----

Prof M V Kavade

19

--

Prof. D S Chavan

17

--

Prof S N Jalwadhi

--

Dr S. D. Patil

07

--

10

Dr S K Patil

06

--

11

Prof A M Mulla

06

--

12
13
14
15
16

Prof B R Jadhav
Prof M M Mirza
Prof S V Kadam
Prof S B Kumbhar
Prof S R Patil

15
05
06
04
12

------

17

Prof C A Waghmare

09

--

18

Prof M B Mandale

10

--

19

Prof M V Pisal

04

--

3.2

Stress Analysis, Smart Materials, Vibration &


Acoustics
Heat transfer, CFD
Industrial Engineering, Operation Mgt.
IPD , IPR
Design Engineering,ESA
Computer Aided manufacturing, Nonconventional machine
Vibration, Heat & Mass Transfer, Nano Fluid
Design Engineering, Fracture mechanic, Solid
mechanics
Heat transfer, I.C. Engines, Metal hydride
Production Engineering, MCDM in Fuzzy
Environment, Logistics and Supply Chain
Analysis
Mechatronics, Hydraulics & Pneumatics,
robotics
Production Engineering
Kinematics & Dynamics of mechanism
Thermal Engineering, CFD
Machine Design & Vibration
Vibration, Nano Technology, Smart fluids
Production Engineering& Material Science,
Control Engineering
Design Engineering, Statistical energy analysis
Advanced Mfg. Systems. Production
Engineering

Resource Mobilization for Research

3.2.1 What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give
details of major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual
utilization for last four years.
The budget allocation for research alonwith other components is given in Table 3.7
Table 3.8: Budget and utilization details

Item

Infrastructure built-up
Library
Library TEQIP Exp.
Laboratory equipment
TEQIP Software
Laboratory consumables
Teaching and non-teaching
staff salary
TEQIP Teaching Asst..Exp.
R&D
TEQIP R.D Exp

Budgeted in
2015-2016
UG-PG

Expenses in
2015-2016
UG-PG
(up to
23/12/15)

Expenses in
2014-2015
UG-PG
(In Rs)

Expenses in
2013-2014
UG-PG
(In Rs)

85915000

16841595

21576337

12309770

27532089

6160000

568107

5344193

6514066

3797431

629412

583496

20920000

7105234

20569705

19602506

1700000

6362859

1700000

1745271

1596346

2318527

2366222

191970000

122779105

165663293

149330133

131993131

1041845

1173169

1683025

144000

1200000

744975

690169

1885351

3069467

648983

642845

1525715

102746

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Expenses in
2012-2013
UG-PG
(In Rs)

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Item

Training and Travel

Budgeted in
2015-2016
UG-PG

Expenses in
2015-2016
UG-PG
(up to
23/12/15)

Expenses in
2014-2015
UG-PG
(In Rs)

Expenses in
2013-2014
UG-PG
(In Rs)

Expenses in
2012-2013
UG-PG
(In Rs)

1000000

565043

915290

617864

1185263

TEQIP Staff Training

1176838

1667604

2627071

351360

Academic Support for week


student

1034539

1315105

2317882

503400

33590000

13779493

33850391

28987033

27505698

1888399

596134

2039663

373245

342455000

172248839

261,963,440

232342102

218908888

Other (r/c)
TEQIP Other exp.(III Cell ,
IOC)
Total

3.2.2 What are the financial provisions made in the College budget for
supporting student research projects?

1.

2.

3.

4.
5.

Following financial provisions are made in the College budget for supporting
student research projects
Research proposals are invited from the faculties of each department for seed
funding. The investigators of the selected research projects are usually project
guides of the UG and PG students. In most of the cases UG and PG students
work on the selected research projects. Hence students working on the funded
research projects get indirect financial support towards whole expenditure
incurred on the project.
In addition, best UG and PG projects are identified in each department for
reimbursing expenditure incurred on the project. These projects are preserved
in the department.
Each final year B. Tech project group is provided financial support of Rs.
1000/- per student towards purchase of components and fabrication of
prototype.
Each second year M. Tech student is provided grant of Rs. 2000/ towards
registration fees of national/international conference.
UG and PG students participating in the national level project competitions
are also supported with funding of up to Rs. 60,000/ for purchase of
components and fabrication of prototype.

3.2.3 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to faculty for
research? If so, what percentage of the faculty has received seed money in
the last four years?
Yes, there is a provision in the institution to provide seed money to faculty for
research. Maximum limit of seed money to faculty for research is 1.5 lakhs
under TEQIP-II funding scheme. In case of exceptional research project IRC
may recommend additional funding from institute R & D budget to the
faculty.

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Table 3.9: Details of faculty received seed fund in last four years.
Sr.
No.

Name of
Department

1.

Automobile
Engineering

2.

Automobile
Engineering

3.

Civil
Engineering

4.

Title of the Research Project


Year 2012-13
Testing Facility for evaluation of
Regenerative Shock Absorber with
adjustable damping.
Investigation into MR Breaks (Magneto
Rheological Breaks) for Automotive
Applications.

Name of PI

Sanctioned
Amount
(in Rs.)

Dr. S. M. Sawant

50,000

Dr. S. M. Sawant

50,000

Usage of foundry sand for improving


thermal properties of burnt clay bricks

Prof. D. S. Patil

50,000

Com. Sci.
Engineering

Designing and Tuning Heuristics techniques


for optimizing, Scheduling and Timetabling
problems.

Mr. Amol C.
Adamuthe

50,000

5.

Com. Sci.
Engineering

Designing a tool to detect malicious nodes


in the Adhoc Networks

Prof. S. A. Thorat

50,000

6.

Com. Sci.
Engineering

Ontological Indexing Techniques

Mr. Satishkumar

37,000

7.

Electrical
Engineering

Power Quality Improvement

Mr.
ChandrakantBhatt
ar

50,000

8.

Electronics
Engineering

Prof. S. R. Jagtap

45,000

9.

Electronics
Engineering

Prof. M. S.
Kumbhar

45,000

10.

Mechanical
Engineering

Parametric optimization of the powder


mixed EDM process

Prof. M. V.
Kavade

50,000

11.

Mechanical
Engineering

Experimental Investigation of Convective


Heat Transfer Coeff. Of Flory through pipe
using nano fluid.

Prof. D. S.
Chavan

50,000

12.

Mechanical
Engineering

Prof. N. K.
Chapkhane

50,000

13.

MBA

Mrs.
AnuradhaGaikwa
d

25,000

Dr. S. M. Sawant

55,000

DR. H. S. Jadhav

30,000

Performance Evaluation of PWM schemes


for inverters: Controller Investigations,
Analysis, Simulation and Implementations.
Fault detection and protection of three
phase induction motor from incipient faults
and added display

Design of effective Turmeric Processing


Plant

A Cross Category Analysis of Shelf space


Allocation, Product Variety and Margins
Year 2013-14

Automobile
Engineering

To upgrade the shock absorber test rig for


assessment of vehicle safety.

Civil
Engineering

Experimental study of Flexure Behavior of


Reinforced Concrete Beams Strengthened
with externally bonded basalt FRP sheets.

3.

Civil
Engineering

Low cost Alternative technology for wall


and roof

4.

Civil
Engineering
(Structure)

Limit state of Flexure strength of light


gauge steel section.

1.
2.

Dr. A. C. Attar
Dr. M. R.
Shiyekar

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

40,000

30,000

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Sr.
No.

Name of
Department

5.

Civil
Engineering

6.

Comp. Sci. and


Engineering

7.

Comp. Sci. and


Engineering

8.

Comp. Sci. and


Engineering

9.

Electronics &
Tele.
Engineering

10.

11.

Electronics &
Tele.
Engineering
Electronics &
Tele.
Engineering

Title of the Research Project

Design and Development of Disaster Relief


Shelter

Optimizing scheduling problems using


parallel heuristic techniques.
Comparing performance of traditional
techniques and machine learning techniques
for sale forecasting.
Comparison of multi criteria decision
making techniques for selection problems in
cloud computing.
Design and implementation of
electromyography recording facility in
peripheral nerve stimulator- Neural
Interface approach
Development of Electronic baby cradle

Name of PI
ArpitAgrawal,
PrathmeshNirmal
e, KapilVarane,
Yuvraj Patil,
TY(Civil)

Sanctioned
Amount
(in Rs.)

13,500

Prof. S. U. Mane

25,000

Prof. A. C.
Adamuthe

25,000

Prof. A. C.
Adamuthe

25,000

Mr. R. T. Patil

37,000

Prof. M. S. Patil

16,000

Curd maker for domestic and commercial


refrigerator

Dr. A. B. Kakade

50,000

Theoretical analysis and performance of


Zero Voltage switching DC-DC converter
for high step up and high power application

Prof. A. R. Thorat

35,000

Integrated SMS portal for Engineering


College

Mr. S. S. Howal

12.

Electrical
Engineering

13.

Info. Tech

14.

Mechanical
Engineering

Development of strip cladding attachment


of SAW(submerged arc welding) for
improvement in surface properties of
austenite steel 304L

Prof. M. T.
Telsang

44,000

15.

Mechanical
Engineering

Investigation of the effect of powder mixed


dielectric on the performance of Electrical
Discharge Machine(EDM)

Dr. M. V. Kavade

68,000

16.

Mechanical
Engineering

Performance investigation of an automotive


car radiator operated with nano fluid as a
coolant

Prof. D. S.
Chavan

70,000

17.

Mechanical
Engineering

Design and development of efficient


tricycle for passenger transportation

Prof. P. P.
Deshpande

26,000

18.

Mechanical
Engineering

Thermo mechanical analysis of composite


laminate using IR thermography

Prof. M. K.
Chapkhane

55,000

19.

Mechanical
Engineering

Experimental investigation of effect of


different filter particle composition on
tribological behavior of dental material

Dr. D. S. Chavan

45,000

20.

Management
Studies

Demand analysis of sugarcane harvester in


Sangli, Kolhapur and Satara districts

Dr. B. K. Sinha

25,000

21.

Management
Studies

Prof. J. S. Yadav

25,000

22.

Management
Studies

Dr. M. M. Shinde

25,000

Training need analysis for the stress


management practices for Management
Institutes.
Teaching effectiveness and career
advancement of the students from Higher
Secondary Schools and Undergraduate
Colleges belonging to WalwaTaluka.

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

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Sr.
No.

Name of
Department

Title of the Research Project

Name of PI

Sanctioned
Amount
(in Rs.)

Prof. S. R. Patil

85,000

1. Prof. D. G.
Thombare
2. Prof R. T. Patil

75,000

Year 2015-2016
1

Automobile

Automobile/E&
TC

Investigations into squeeze mode magneto


rheological brake for automotive
application
Theoretical and experimental evaluation on
performance and emission characteristics of
dual fuel homogeneous charge compression
ignition engine with renewable fuels.

Automobile

Optimization of composite driveshaft for


road vehicles

Prof. R. M.
Shinde

80,000

Mechanical

Design and Development of Hybrid Dryer


for Fruits & Vegetables.

Prof. P. P.
Deshpande

1,50,000

E&
TC/Mechanical

Design and development of sorting machine


for plastic inserts of different colors.

E&
TC/Mechanical

Design, Fabrication and Testing of


Automatic sorting machine for cooked and
dried turmeric rhizome.

E & TC

Civil

Mechanical

10

CSC

11

CSC

12

Electrical

13

Automobile

14

Auto

15

E&TC and
Mechanical

Atomization for capacitor manufacturing


Experimental investigation on ultimate
behavior of lightweight high strength
concrete filled steel tube column
(LWHCFST)
Design and performance analysis of damper
system incorporated with suitable ER fluid
for gun recoil system using FEA based
software
Vineyard Monitoring and
Recommendations using wireless sensor
Networks

1. Prof. M. R.
Jadhav
2.Prof. P. S.
Jadhav
1. Prof. N. K.
Chhapkhane
2.Prof. S. R.
Jagtap
1.Prof. S M.
Chavan
2.Prof. S. N.
Jalwadi

80,000

74,000

1. Dr. P. S. Patil
2. Prof. P. B.
Salgar

1,50,000

Prof. S. R. Patil

35,000

Prof. S. A. Thorat

27,137

A Classroom attendance system using a


surveillance camera

Dr. N. V.
Dharwadkar

11,800

Design and development of new multilevel


inverter with reduced number of switches

Prof. A. R. Thorat

45,000

Dr. S. D. Yadhav

40,000

Prof. S. R. Desai

75,000

1. Prof. A. M.
Mulla
2. Prof. Sachin
Magdum

55,000

Design and analysis of legged wheel for


wheelchair to provide walking ability to
disabled persons over all terrain
Experimental evaluation of vibration
response of normal square finned tube
arrays in water cross flow
Design fabrication and testing of raisin
sorting machine

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

1,50,000

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3.2.4 Are there any special efforts made by the College to encourage faculty to
file for patents? If so, provide details of patents filed and enumerate the
sanctioned patents.
Yes, College has taken special efforts to encourage faculty to file patents.
Institute provides financial aid and legal support through patent attorney to
faculty for filing patents. Also, special workshops on the importance and need
of patents have been conducted for faculty. Financial incentive up to Rs.
35,000/ is given to the faculty after grant of patent depending its potential for
commercialization. On duty leaves are provided for patent related works.
Institute encourages third party commercialization of patents through 65:35
(Faculty: Institute) profit share model. These efforts have resulted in filing of
26 provisional patents since 2011. 11 out 26 registered patents are in the
process of commercialization.
Table 3.10: Details of registered patents
Sr.
No.
1

Title
Improved sugarcane
harvester and method of
using the same
Adjustable & Automated
Treatment platform of
Dynamic back bending
bench for Physiotherapeutic
treatment
A Drying & roasting solar
energy apparatus & method
of using the same

Registration No.

Inventor/s

Current status

1123/MUM/2011

Prof. P.P
Deshpande
Ms.
D. S. Salunkhe
Ms. S. S. Salunkhe

--

265/MUM/2013

Prof. P.P.
Deshpande
Prof. D.D. Divekar

--

304/MUM/2013

Prof. S.B. Kumbhar

--

Vibration Massager

2971/MUM/2013

Dr. A.B. Kakade

An apparatus for preparing


curd

2972/MUM/2013

Dr. A.B. Kakade

Vibration absorber system


for controlling / minimizing
vibrations

2898/MUM/2013

Mr. S.B. Kumbhar

An Apparatus for Heart


Blockage Diagnosis

3271/MUM/2013

Dr. A.B. Kakade


Mr. B.S. Shete
Mr. S. D. Kuthe
Mr. M. Loankar
Mr. S.S. Kulkarni

Electronic Geometric
Compasses

3363/MUM/2013

Prof. SR Jagtap

Hinge System

3364/MUM/2013

10

Academic system based on


mobile computing devices

3432/MUM/2013

11

Interlocking bricks

3434/MUM/2013

12

An inflating Arrangement

3520/MUM/2013

13

Pneumatic Safety Device

3521/MUM/2013

Dr. AC Attar
Dr. (Mrs.) S.S.
Kulkarni
Mr. S.S. Kulkarni
Dr. A.C. Attar
Mr. Marunmale AK
Mr. I.T. Mulani
Mr. V.S. More
Mr. A.K. Nagane
Mr. S.S. Gijare
Mr. S.M. Mulla
Mr. I.T. Mulani
Mr. V.S. More
Mr. A.K. Nagane
Mr. S.S. Gijare

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

Application for
examination have
been filed
Application for
examination have
been filed
--

Complete
specifications have
been filed
Complete
specifications have
been filed
----

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Sr.
No.
14
15

Title

Registration No.

Automatic Agricultural
Chemical Sprayer
Tracking System for
Vehicles with people flow
management

3867/MUM/2013
4087/MUM/2013
255923/20/08/2013

Inventor/s
Mr. S.M. Mulla
Prof. Mrs. J.S.
Awati
Prof. M. S.
Kumbhar
Miss. S.S. Desai
Prof. L.M. Jugulkar
Dr. S.M. Sawant

Current status

-Complete
specifications have
been filed

16

Automobile Shock absorber

17

Electronic Baby Cradle

18

A Concentrated Solar PV
Thermal Energy System

1459/MUM/2015

Prof. Supriya
Sawant

19

Weed removal system and


method

1453/MUM/2015

Dr.A. B. Kakade

Provisionally
registered

20

System and method for


1455/MUM/2015
detection of Adulterated milk

Dr.A. B. Kakade

Provisionally
registered

21

A cutter assembly for a crop


harvester

91/MUM/2014

3596/MUM/2015

22

A bundling system and


method

3597/MUM/2015

23

A conveyor system

3598/MUM/2015

24

Scraping Apparatus

3599/MUM/2015

25

Trimming mechanism

3725/MUM/2015

26

Material Handling System

4056/MUM/2015

Prof. M. S. Patil

Complete
specifications have
been filed

Prof.P.P.Deshpande
Ms. DS Salunkhe
Ms. SS Salunkhe
Prof.P.P.Deshpande
Ms. D.S. Salunkhe
Ms. S.S. Salunkhe
Prof.P.P.Deshpande
Ms. DS Salunkhe
Ms. SS Salunkhe
Prof.P.P.Deshpande
Ms. D.S. Salunkhe
Ms. S.S. Salunkhe
Prof.P.P.Deshpande
Ms. D.S. Salunkhe
Ms. S.S. Salunkhe
Prof.P.P.Deshpande
Ms. D.S. Salunkhe
Ms. S.S. Salunkhe

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.2.5 Provide the following details of ongoing research projects:


Table 3.11 (A): Ongoing Research Projects (Funded by College)
Year
wise

Minor
Project

2015-16

Minor
Project

2015-16

Number

Name of the project

Name of the
funding
agency/Industr
y

Electrical Engineering
Design & development of new
TEQIP-II
1
multilevel inverter with reduced
funded
no. of switches
R&D RIT
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
1
Design and development of
TEQIP II
sorting machine for plastic inserts
of different colors

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

Design , Fabrication and testing


of automatic sorting machine for
cooked and dried turmeric
rhizome
Automization for capacitor
manufacturing
Design, Fabrication and testing of
raisin sorting machine

45,000

TEQIP II

1,50,000
Shared with
Mechanical
Dept.
80,000

TEQIP II

74,000

TEQIP II

55,000

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

Total grant
received (Rs.)

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Year
wise

Number

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

2015-16

Minor
Project

2015-16

Minor
Project

2015-16

2015-16

Minor
Project

Minor
Project

Name of the project

Name of the
funding
agency/Industr
y

Automobile Engineering
Investigations into squeeze mode
magneto rheological brake for
automotive application
Theoretical and experimental
evaluation on performance and
emission characteristics of dual
fuel homogeneous charge
compression ignition engine with
renewable fuels.
Optimization of composite
driveshaft for road vehicles
Design and analysis of legged
wheel for wheelchair to provide
walking ability to disabled
persons over all terrain
Experimental evaluation of
vibration response of normal
square finned tube arrays in water
cross flow
Mechanical Engineering
Design and Development of
Hybrid Dryer for Fruits &
Vegetables
Design and development of
sorting machine for plastic inserts
of different colors.
Design, Fabrication and Testing
of Automatic sorting machine for
cooked and dried turmeric
rhizome.
Design and performance analysis
of damper system incorporated
with suitable ER fluid for gun
recoil system using FEA based
software
Design fabrication and testing of
raisin sorting machine
Civil Engineering
Experimental investigation on
ultimate behavior of lightweight
high strength concrete filled steel
tube column (LWHCFST)
Computer Science and Engineering
Vineyard Monitoring and
Recommendations using wireless
sensor Networks
A Classroom attendance system
using a surveillance camera

TEQIP II

85,000

TEQIP II

75,000
Shared with
E&TC Dept

TEQIP II

80,000

TEQIP II

40,000

TEQIP II

75,000

TEQIP II

1,50,000

TEQIP II

1,50,000
Shared with
E&TC Dept
80,000
Shared with
E&TC Dept

TEQIP II

TEQIP II

35,000

TEQIP II

55,000
Shared with
E&TC Dept

TEQIP II

1,50,000

TEQIP II

27,137

TEQIP II

11,800

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

Total grant
received (Rs.)

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Table 3.11 (B): Ongoing Research Projects (Externally Funded)


Year
wise

MajorPr
oject

20132016

Number

Name of the project


Mechanical Department
Analytical and experimental
investigation of potential of
magneto rheological elastomer
embedded with
shape memory alloy wires as a
vibration absorber for structural
applications

Name of the
funding
agency/Industr
y
AICTE-RPS

Total grant
received (Rs.)

9,55,000

3.2.6 How many departments of the College have been recognized for their
research activities by national / international agencies
(UGC-SAP, CAS, DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc.)and what is
the quantum of assistance received? Mention any two significant
outcomes or breakthrough due to such recognition.
Our Institute has recognized with DST-FIST we have received 30 Lakhs as
assistance for three departments namely Mechanical, Civil, & Automobile. We
have purchased two equipments namely
1) Universal Testing Machine
2) Rheo meter
Following are the significant out come
1) M. Tech. and Ph.D. Level Projects are going on.
2) Consultancies are undertaken.
3.2.7 List details of completed research projects undertaken by the College
faculty in the last four years and mention the details of grants received for
such projects (funded by Industry/ National/International agencies).
Table 3.12: Completed research projects undertaken by the faculty (last four years)
Year wise

Minor
Projects

2011-12
2012-13

Num
ber

--1

2
2013-14
3

Name of the project


A. College Funded
Automobile Engineering
--Upgrade The Shock absorber Test
Rig for Assessment of Vehicle
Safety.
Synthesis and Characterization of
Magneto rheological (MR) fluids
for Automotive MR brake
application
Theoretical and Experimental
Analysis of Selected Working
Fluids and its Operating Pressure
on Sterling Engine Performance.

Name of the
funding
agency/Industry

---

--55,000

SEED(RIT)

TEQIP(RIT)

1,50,000
(105000)

75,000
TEQIP(RIT)

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

Total grant
received (Rs.)

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Year wise

Num
ber
1

2014-15

Minor
Projects

1
2012-13
6
2013-14

Minor
Projects

2013-14

2013-14

2014-15

Minor
Projects

2013-14

Experimental Evaluation of MR
Brake
for
an
Automotive
Application

TEQIP(RIT)

Civil Engineering
Use of foundry sand for
improving thermal properties of
burnt clay bricks- Prof. D S Patil
Design & Development of
Alternative Roofing System- Dr.
A. C. Attar
Design, Development & Testing
of Inter Locking Brick Wall in
Rat-Trap Bond - Dr. A. C. Attar
Experimental investigation of
Flexural Behavior of RC Beams
Strengthened by using Basalt
Fiber reinforced Polymer (BFRP)
Sheets- Dr. H. S. Jadhav
Electrical Engineering
Enhancement of power quality
using DVR at utility level

2014-15

2014-15

SEED
propo
sals

Electronics Baby Cradle


Information Technology
Deployment and testing
of Mobile Ad-hoc
Network (MANET) on
android devices.

2012-13

2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15

In- House seed


FRP
In- House seed
FRP
In- House seed
FRP

1,97,000
(1,50,000)

50,000

20,000

20,000

In- House seed


FRP

150000
TEQIP-I funded
R&D RIT

TEQIP
In-House

36000

20000

150000
150000
41000
--

TEQIP

SEED Integrated SMS Portal for


propo Engineering College
TEQIP
sals
SEED Designing tool to detect malicious
propo node in the Adhoc Networks.
TEQIP
sals
B. Other agencies National and International (specify)
Automobile Engineering
1
Vehicle ignition system, Vehicle
display etc. Study Modules for MODROBS(AIC
Automotive
Electrical
and
TE)
Electronics Lab.
------'Experimental Analysis of Fluid
1
Elastic Vibrations in Finned Tube
RPS(AICTE)
Arrays Subjected to Single and
Two Phase Cross Flow'
Research in Advanced Material
2
FIST(DST)

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar,Dist Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

Total grant
received (Rs.)

1000

Theoretical Analysis and


(A. R. performance of ZVS & ZCS DCTEQIP-I funded
Thora DC converter for high step-up and
R&D RIT
t)
high power application
(M.
Solar based MPPT charger.
N.
Rao)
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
1
Moving Vibration Massager
TEQIP
Wireless sensor network for
drinking water Management

2013-14

Minor/Maj
or Projects

Name of the
funding
agency/Industry

2013-14

Minor
Projects

(C. L.
Bhatta
r)

Name of the project

--

--

6,21,000

--8,25,000

30,00,000
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Year wise

Minor/Maj
or Projects

Num
ber

Name of the project


Civil Engineering
Modernization
of
Structural
Dynamics Laboratory- Dr. P. S.
Patil
Technical
Guidance
on
Agricultural
project
at
Mozambique, Africa- Prof. D. S.
Patil

2013-14

1
2014-15

Reseach in Advanced MaterialsDr. S. S. Kulkarni


Technical
Guidance
on
Agricultural
project
at
Mozambique, Africa- Prof. D. S.
Patil

Name of the
funding
agency/Industry

Total grant
received (Rs.)
7,50,500

MODROBS
Rajarambapu
Agro private
Limited (sister
concern of
Rajarambapu
group)
DST-FIST

--

14,00,000

Rajarambapu
Agro private
Limited (sister
concern of
Rajarambapu
group)

--

Computer Science and Engineering


Minor/Maj
or Projects

Vineyard
Monitoring
and
Recommendations
using
wireless sensor Networks
Prof. S. A. Thorat

2015

2015

Minor/Maj
or Projects
2010-11

2012-13

3.3

TEQIP funded

A Classroom attendance system


using a surveillance camera
TEQIP funded
Dr. N. V. Dharwadkar
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
1
Design
&
Analysis
of
Wideband Circularly Polarized
AICTE, New Delhi
Three Layer Hemespherical
(under RPS)
Dielectric Resonator Antenna
(HRDA) Fed by Conformal
Strip
2
Modernization of RF & AICTE, New Delhi
Microwave Engineering Lab by (under MODROB)
using Vector Network Analyzer

27,137

11,800

855000

1300000

Research Facilities

3.3.1 What efforts are made by the College to keep pace with the infrastructure
requirements to facilitate Research? How and what strategies are evolved
to meet the needs of researchers?
The quality of the research not only depends on the expertise of the principal
investigator but also depends on the available infrastructure for the completion
of the research project. Every year new softwares and instruments are
purchased in each department to update the laboratories. Updated labs are
useful for conducting quality UG and PG experiments and also useful for
research activities. In addition, the institute has purchased adequate reference
books and also subscribed to reputed online journals in different areas. The
availability of reference books and online reputed journals facilitate the
students and faculties to identify the research problems and gather relevant
technical information for successful completion of research project
undertaken. Faculties of the different departments are encouraged to prepare
and submit their research proposals to outside funding agencies. Incentives are
given to faculties for winning and completion of research projects from
outside funding agencies as per institute policy.
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3.3.2 Does the College have an information resource centre to cater to the needs
of researchers? If yes, provide details on the facility.
Central Library provides facility for ONLINE PUBLIC ACCESS
CATALOGUE (OPAC), E-Resources Science direct, IEEE, ASCE, ASME,
SAE, and EBSCO. to cater the need of researchers.
Library is added with latest edition of reference books, manuals, periodicals,
encyclopedias, eBooks and handbooks. National and international print and ejournals published by reputed Organizations/ Publishers like ASCE (35),
ASME (27), IEEE (419), Elsevier (275), SAE (9), and EBSCO (2466) are
subscribed. Computer facility is provided 24X7 for students and faculty in
campus. The Internet connection with 40 MBPS leased line bandwidth. Wi-Fi
facility is available in campus
NPTEL Video Lectures facility is available with PHASE I &PHASE II Video
course with 247 course names of discipline Electronics, Electrical, Computer,
Mechanical and General Course.
Softech Gate practice software is available. In this software solved question
papers and Mock Test facilities are available for Electronics, Computer,
Electrical, Mechanical, IT branches.
GRE Deltas TOFEL Test CDS is available in the library. As well as library
is having 3000+ general reading books included competitive exam books and
extracurricular books also.
3.3.3 Does the College provide residential facilities (with computer and internet
facilities) for research scholars and faculty?
The college provides bachelor accommodation in campus to UG and PG
students with internet facility. Also computers are provided to the PG students
in the department along with internet facilities.
3.3.4 Does the College have a specialized research centre/ workstation to
address challenges of research programmes? If yes, give details.
Few departments have specialized laboratories with full or partial sponsorship
from industry for domain specific experimental and research activities.
Department wise details are given in Table no. 3.11
Table 3.13: Specialized laboratories and facilities available
Department

Name of Laboratory
Automotive Research &
Diagnosis Center*

Automobile Power Plant


Automobile
Engineering

Automobile Maintenance
Automotive Transmission
Automobile Emission
Automobile Electrical &
Electronics

Research Facility available

Vehicle Diagnosis System


Data Acquisition system
On road Vehicle Performance test setup

Computerized Engine Testing Facility


Computerized Wheel Alignment, Balancing setup
Well equipped service station
Transmission Test Setup,
Working Cut-section Model of Complete Vehicle
Transmission Gear-Box performance testing
Authorized PUC Centre

Testing Automotive Electrical Test bench

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Department

Name of Laboratory
Automotive Research
Center
Department Software Lab

Department Software Lab


1

Department Computer Lab

Material Testing
Laboratory

Surveying Laboratory

Civil
Engineering
Soil Mechanics Laboratory
UG Civil
Engineering
Transportation Engineering
Lab

Computer Laboratory

Applied Mechanics Lab

Research Facility available


Vehicle Diagnosis System Data Acquisition system On
road Vehicle Performance test setup
License Software.
o Auto CAD 2007
o CATIA V5 R20
o ANSYS 11
License Software.
o Auto CAD 2007
o CATIA V5 R20
o ANSYS 11
License Software.
o Auto CAD 2007
o CATIA V5 R20
Internet facility
Universal Testing Machine
Digital Ultrasonic Concrete Tester MTO3A SC No 22
Compression Testing Machine (200T)
Core Cutter
Torsion Testing Machine
Tile Abrasion Testing M/c
Digital Rebound Hammer
Flow Table IS -1199
Rebar Locator
Concrete impermeability apparatus with 3 cell model with
compressor
Digital UTM (100T)
Placom Digital Plannimeter Model KP- 90 N
Pentax Electronic Total Station Model R-325 n with all
accessories
Design Jet Plotter A4 size
Mirror Stereoscope with Parallax Bar
Trimble M3 (5) total station with standard accessories prism
with stand etc.
Juno SB Hand held GPS with offer box case
Universal Automatic Compactor
Triaxial Outfit, Motorised with Electronic Measurement
Consolidation Test Apparatus
(Three Gang Type)
Direct shear apparatus 2KN with dial gauge 2 nos. and
compression tension proving ring 2KN
Standard Penetration
Test (SPT) Set Consist of AIM -019-1
Los Angles Abrasion Testing M/C
Marshal Stability Test Apparatus With
Digital Display
2.2KVA online ups for 10 machines
Canon LCD
Infinity Global Line 1410,(Server)
ThinkPad RS 52-1860
Windows 2000 service pack Customer support & diagnostics
tools , evaluation kit
Windows 2000 SERVER
Client access license
Red hat 7.2 pro Acd. Edition-10 cd
Microsoft windows 98 commercial edition
Autodesk Map series 2004- 2
Autodesk land desktop 2004
Autodesk Architectural desktop 2004
STRUDS on windows
QE Pro version 5.6.1
SEPL LS Drafter
SEPL Ret WALL
Jib Crane with load cell & digital indicator

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Environmental
Engineering Lab

PG (Civil
structure)

Structural Engineering &


Structural Dynamics lab.

Structural Engineering

PG (Const.
Management )

Const. Management
Laboratory

NVIDIA

Computer
Science and
Engineering
ORACLE

REDHAT

Electrical
Engineering

Power System Simulation


Lab

Research Facility available


Parallel force App. With LVDT & Digital output
UV Spectrophotometer
Loading Frame
Universal type Load Cell
Construction tool kit
Concrete Mixture Pan Type
Compression Testing Machine (300T)
Hydraulic Jack 500KN
Electrical Wire Rope with Lift - 6mtr.
Vibration Sensing Module
Dell optiplex 390
Electric heating furnace
door hinged 350 x350x1200mm with 2-pen chart recorder
UPS renutron 3KVA online
Dell optiplex (cis-3.2)
IEICOS shaker table with DC motor
Horizontal
Vertical
IEICOS single conducting amplifier model SCA suitable for
IEICOS accelerometer
IEICOS accelerometer model
Oscilloscope digital 4 channel
IEICOSUSB based data acquisition
IEICOS beam set up
IEICOS vibration absorber
Staad-pro 
 vi  copy

lan with annual maintenance
Dell optiplex (380 2.9/2GB320/DRW/3yrs)
Dell Optiplex (390)
Trimble Juno 3D
Handheld
SPL laboratory CBR Test Apparatus (Motorized)
Primavera Contractor 
 . [6WDQGDORQH( activities


Trimble Terra model survey pack software version 10.6 with all
accessories
Opticonedu plus software
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagr has been
selected as CUDA Teaching Center (2013-2014) based on our
demonstrated commitment to advancing the state of parallel
computing education using CUDA C/C++ at Department of
Computer Science & Engineering.
Under this Programme NVIDIA Corporation Pvt. Ltd. has
provided CSE Department at Rajarambapu Institute of
Technology with Massively Parallel Programming 2nd Edition
books, CUDA-capable high-end GPUs for teaching purposes
and matching funds as part of this award.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagr has been
contacted to Red Hat India for establishing Red Hat Learning
Centre in the institute. They have introduced Red Hat
Academy program for high schools, higher-education
institutions and economic- development organization
worldwide. As global leaders in Linux and Open source
technologies, they wish to associate with our esteemed institute
to setup a Red Hat academy and MOU is under process.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagr has a MOU
with Oracle University to Conduct a Workforce Development
Program. Oracle introduced "WDP" program for highereducation institutions and economic- development organization
worldwide. Under this program oracle provides expertise and
training programs to improve the skills and Quality of student.
Mi-Power,
SKM Power tools,
ETAP.

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Research Facility available


Matlab 14.0
Project Lab
ORCAD
AC integrated induction machine
220V, 1H.P, 1440 rpm, Sr. No: 5099
Machines lab
Pole changing induction motor
415V, 3-ph, 1/1.5/2H.P, 750/1000/1500rpm, Sr. No: 8587
Measurement &
Strain gauge with instrumentation amplifier
Instrumentation lab
PLC trainer kit
Amplitude modulation transmitter & Amplitude demodulation
receiver kits
Applied Electronics lab
Frequency modulation transmitter & Frequency demodulation
receiver kits
20MHz Digital oscilloscopes
Microprocessor based over current relay panel
Solid state static universal relay kit
Switchgear & Protection
Mertz-price protection of 3-ph transformer, 3-ph, 415/230V,
lab
5kVA T/F, solid state % diff. relay
Wind, solar hybrid power plant
Alternator protection panel
Micro processor & Micro
Micro controller programming kit
controller lab
8031/8051 micro controller kit
Tektronix make Digital oscilloscopes
Speed control of DC motor by chopper circuit
Speed control of DC motor by converter circuit
Power Electronics &
Speed control of AC motor by inverter circuit
Drives lab
Speed control of 3-ph induction motor by cyclo converter circuit
DC drive control using dual converter
Stepper motor controller
Speed control of 3-ph induction motor by V/f controller scheme
AC servo motor for speed torque characteristics
Control system lab
PLC trainer kit
1. Image Processing Work Station
2. MATLAB Software
Computer Laboratory
3. Wavelet Technologies make DIPLAB-1.0
4. IDL Version 5.6 Network Floating License
1. B-Link ISDN Trainer
2. Satellite Communication Trainer
3. CDMA & Mobile phone Trainer
4. AM/FM Synthesized signal generator
5. Microwave Test Bench
Advanced Communication
6. Video daughter card for 6713/6416 with CD & Video
Laboratory
cable
7. Logic Analyzer Tektronix Make 34 ch.,2 GHZ, with
Probe
8. Qualnet Capabilities (Exata) 4.0 research license
software
Electronics and
Telecommunicati
1. SCARM (IDE Program editor with syntax highlighter
on Engineering
Includes- Complier, Assembler and linker)
VLSI & Embedded System
2. DE2i-150 Intel Atom N2600 & Cyclone 1V FPGA
Laboratory
Board
3. NI Lab View 8.6.1 Software
4. Tanner EDA Tool
1. AMITE make 40 mhz to 4.4. Ghz RF Source
2. Network Analyzer ( 300khz to 1.3 Ghz)
3. Network Analyzer ( 9khz to 13.6 Ghz, with calibration
kit)
Research and
4. Spectrum Analyzer
Project Laboratory
5. Digital Storage Oscilloscope
6. PROTO-SHOT Compect Vertical Reprographic PCB
Camera
7. OSCIL-ETCH-SPRAY ETCHING
8. FEKO Software
Dell Optiplex computers, Internet facility, Latest Windows and
Information
Software Engineering
Ubuntu platform on all machine, Microsoft SQL Server 2014,
Technology
Laboratory(IL1)
Online UPS Powerbank Rating 6000VA.
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Name of Laboratory
Advance Development
Tool Laboratory(IL2)
Operating System
Laboratory(IL5)

Computational Lab 1(IL7)

Research Facility available


Dell Optiplex computers, Internet facility, Latest Windows and
Ubuntu platform on all machines, Online UPS Powerbank
Rating 6000VA.
Dell Optiplex computers, Internet facility, Latest Windows and
Ubuntu platform on all machine,Software: Oracle 11G STD 5
User, Software: Seagate Crystal Report 2008,CCTV DVR for
real time surveillance, Online UPS Power bank Rating 6000VA.
Dell Optiplex 390 computers, Internet facility, Latest Windows
and Ubuntu platform on all machine, CCTV DVR for real time
surveillance, Online UPS Power bank Rating 6KVA.

3.3.5 Does the College have research facilities (centre, etc.) of regional, national
and international recognition/repute? Give a brief description of how
these facilities are made use of by researchers from other laboratories.
Department of Civil, Electronics and Mechanical are recognized as Ph. D.
research centers by Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Research scholars enrolled
to these centers make use of research facilities available. Apart from this,
research scholars and PG students from nearby institutes avail the advanced
measurement and testing facilities available in the institute.
3.4

Research Publications and Awards

3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the College through the
following:
* Major papers presented in regional, national and international
conferences
Table 3.14: Number of papers presented and published in conference during
2010-15
Number of Papers Presented/Published in Conference

Department
Automobile Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Information Technology Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

International
50
33
41
60
97
19
86

National
12
29
14
4
48
7
59

Publication per faculty


Table 3.15: Publication per Faculty

Sr.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Name of Faculty

D.G.Thombare
S.T.Satpute
S.D.Yadav
S.R.Patil.
L.M.Jugulkar
A.P.Shah
S.R.Desai
S.R.Kumbhar
R.M.Shinde
Y.S.Patil
S.Y.Sawant

Number of Publications in
Intl.
National
Intl. Conf.
Journal
Journal
Automobile Engineering
14
11
2
15
6
-20
12
2
2
5
4
13
6
0
1
4
1
5
6
4
12
8
4
5
2
1
1
1
-3
1
--

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National Conf.
15
7
16
3
4
3
4
16
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Sr.
No
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Number of Publications in
Intl.
National
Intl. Conf.
Journal
Journal
P.S.Ghatage
-2
-A.T.Suryawanshi
---N.M.Patil
1
--P.S.Patil
---N.N.Satonkar
-1
-A.D. Patwardhan
---S.P.Jagtap
---S.S. Godbole
---G.H.Kawade
2
2
-Civil Engineering
Dr. Mrs. S. S. Kulkarni
22
19
19
Dr. A.C. Attar
14
7
1
Prof. D. S. Patil
13
2
3
Prof. Dr. H. S. Jadhav
23
08
02
Prof. D. B. Kulkarni
13
1
0
Prof. P. M. Mohite
3
1
0
Prof. Dr. P. D. Kumbhar
14
4
4
Prof. Y. M. Patil
3
2
0
Prof. Mrs. S.N. Patil
7
2
0
Prof. S. S. Kumbhar
2
2
1
Prof. R.D. Patil
1
0
1
Prof. P. B. Salgar
2
0
1
Prof. A. S. Thorbole
1
0
1
Prof. H.U.Mulay
01
0
0
Prof. A. A. Idate
01
0
0
Prof. R.K.Patil
0
0
0
Prof. H. N. Ronad
2
0
0
Dr. R. B. Golekar
21
3
2
Prof. S. K. More
0
0
0
Prof. S. V. Waghmare
1
0
0
Prof. R. S. Patil
4
1
0
Computer Science and Engineering
Dr. N. V. Dharwadkar
0
2
0
Mr. S.S. Patil
1
11
1
Mr. S. A. Thorat
0
0
0
Mr. S. U. Mane
3
6
1
Mr. A. C. Adamuthe
2
5
1
Mr. A. S. Mali
0
4
0
Mr. T. S. Kamble
0
0
1
Mr. S. R. Poojara
0
3
1
Ms. B. K. Ugale
0
1
0
Dr. C. P. Samson
0
1
0
Electrical Engineering
Prof. H. T. Jadhav
8
28
1
Prof. H. P. Inamdar
4
0
0
Prof A. R. Thorat
2
15
0
Prof. Y. N. Bhosale
0
10
0
Prof. C. L. Bhattar
2
8
0
Prof. K. V. Jadhav
0
3
0
Prof. VSRV Bharath
1
0
0
Prof. R. A. Metri
1
0
1
Prof. P. S. Kumar
1
0
0
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Prof. S.R. Jagtap
09
14
Dr. S.A.Pardeshi
05
20
Dr. M.S.Patil
02
07
Prof. M.S.Kumbhar
16
30
Prof.R.T.Patil
08
16
Dr. A.B.Kakade
09
04
Prof. Mrs. S.S.Patil
03
01
Name of Faculty

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National Conf.
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8
12
15
1
5
16
10
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
4
2
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
06
07
03
17
13
03
06
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Sr.
No

Name of Faculty

8
9
10

Prof. Mrs. J.S.Awati


Prof. M.R.Jadhav
Prof.Ms.S.S.Sawant

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

Mrs. S. P. Patil
Mrs. A.B.Patil
Mr. D. T. Mane
Ms. P. T. Sawant
Mr. S. S. Sawant
Mr. M. A. Patil
Mr. D. Rajesh
Ms. A. K. Ingale
Mr. S. S. Howal
Mr. P .R. Gavali
Ms. V. T. Lokare
Mr. R. J. Mandale

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

DR.GAWADE S. S.
DR.TELSANG M. T.
Dr.SAWANT S. M.
DESHPANDE P. P.
JADHAV B. R.
CHHAPKHANE N. K.
KAVADE M. V.
CHAVAN D. S.
JALWADI S. N.
MANDALE M. B.
PISAL M. V.
KADAM SANJAY V.
JADHAV P. M.
WAGHMARE C. A.
MIRZA M. M.
KUMBHAR S. B.
PATIL S. R.
PATIL S. D.
PATIL SACHIN K.
MULLA A. M.
NIMBALAKAR U. M.
GUNJWATE P. V.
A.S.PATIL
D.R. UNUVANE
S.S.SUTAR

Number of Publications in
Intl.
National
Intl. Conf.
Journal
Journal
12
08
02
01
01
01
01
Information Technology Engineering
1
3
0
1
0
4
2
1
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
6
6
0
0
4
0
0
2
0
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
2
2
0
Mechanical Engineering
19
9
1
8
2
0
15
2
0
0
1
0
13
6
0
18
4
0
19
15
0
9
10
0
5
2
0
3
2
0
1
4
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
3
8
0
5
5
0
3
4
0
5
5
0
3
1
0
3
0
0
2
1
0
4
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
0
1
1
0

National Conf.
05
01
1
0
2
2
0
3
5
0
2
3
0
0
3
7
6
0
1
1
5
10
3
1
3
3
0
2
3
0
2
0
0
3
2
0
0
1
3

Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international


journals

Table 3.16: Faculty serving on the editorial board/reviewer of Journal


Sr. No.
1

Name of Faculty
D.G. Thombare

International
Automobile Engineering
Member of Editorial Board-Journal of Automotive
and Applied Mechanics, Scientific Journals
Publisher, Islamic Azad University , Iran
Member of Editorial Board-International Journal
of Energy and Power Engineering, Science PG.
International Journal of Applied Energy, Journal
published by Elsevier under Science Direct.
Journal of Applied Mechanical Engineering
OMICS
Publishing
Group, Gheorghe
Asachi Technical University of Iasi

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Name of Faculty

S.R.Kumbhar.

S.T.Satpute

International
Applied Energy
Journal published by Elsevier under Science
Direct.
American Journal of Energy Engineering
International Journal of Energy and Power
Engineering, Science Publishing Group.
Journal of Automobile Engineering and
Application
International Journal of Sustainable Energy,
Taylor & Francis
Journal of Automotive and Applied Mechanics,
Scientific Journals Publisher, Islamic Azad
University , Iran
Journal of Applied Mechanical Engineering,
Editor-in-Chief: Universal Journal of Mechanical
Engineering (UJME), An International Peerreviewed Journal, Horizon Research Publishing,
USA (HRPUB).
Editorial Board Member- International Journal of
Automotive
Engineering
and
Technologies (IJAET),
ISSN
2146
9067, Published from Turkey. (Global Impact
Factor 0.501)
American Journal of Numerical Analysis, Science
and Education Publishing, Newark, De, 19713,
United States.
Journal of Automobile Engineering and
Applications, STM Journals, Noida, U.P. India
Mechanica, Confeb Journal ISSN 2320-2491.
American Journal of Mechanical Engineering,
Science and Education Publishing, Newark, De,
19713, United States, ISSN (Print): 2328-4102
ISSN (Online): 2328-4110
International Journal of Computer and Advanced
Engineering Research (IJCAER), Bhopal
SAS Publishers (Scholars Academic & Scientific
Publisher), India. (Scholars Journal of Engineering
and Technology).
Editorial Team IJOAR (Sci.), International
Research Publications
Reviewer - International Journal of Automotive
Engineering and Technologies (IJAET), ISSN
2146 - 9067, Published from Turkey. (Till Today
Reviewed Number of Papers 01)
Journal of Mechanical Engineering and
Technology (JMET), Bowen Publishing Company
Ltd., Published from New York, USA,
International Journal of Advanced Design and
Manufacturing Technology (ADMT), ISSN 22520406, Azad University, Majlesi Branch, Published
from Isfahan, Iran.
Transstellar Journal Publications and Research
Consultancy Private Limited (TJPRC), Chennai.
International Journal of Engineering &Technical
Research - IJETR (An ISO 9001:2008 certified
online journal),
American
Journal
of
Mechanical
Engineering, Science and Education Publishing,
Newark, De, 19713, United States, ISSN (Print):
2328-4102, ISSN (Online): 2328-4110
International Journal of Technology, IJTech,
Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia,
ISSN 2086-9614.
Editorial Board Member- Journal of Automobile

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Name of Faculty

International
Engineering and Applications, STM Journals,
Noida, U.P. India
Civil Engineering
Dr. S. S. Kulkarni
Reviewer of International Conference on
Transformations in Engineering Education, 2015
Dr. A C. Attar
Reviewer of International Conference on
Transformations in Engineering Education, 2015
Dr. H. S. Jadhav
Reviewer of International Journal on fire and
materials
Dr. P. D. Kumbhar
Reviewer of Advances in concrete construction,
Techno Press, Korea
Dr. R. B. Golekar
1. Reviewer of World Research Journal of Civil
Engineering, Bioinfo Publications
(Pune, India)
2. International Journal of Hydrology Research
(Punjab, Pakistan)
Prof. S. S. Kumbhar
Reviewer of World Research Journal of Civil
Engineering, Bioinfo Publications
(Pune, India)
Prof. R. S. Patil
1. Reviewer of Environmental Engineering and
Management Journal
2. Everything About Water magazine
EA Water Pvt. Ltd.
Computer Science and Engineering
Reviewer:
1) Information Security Journal
( Taylor and Francis )
Dr. N. V. Dharwadkar
) Imaging Science Journal Group of
The Royal Photographic Society
4)
Electrical Engineering
Prof. H. T. Jadhav
As a Reviewer
1) IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution
2) CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems
IEEE
3) International Journal of Electrical Power &
Energy ELSEVIER
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Dr. A.B.Kakade
Reviewer of Journal of Progress in
Electromagnetic Research (PIER) USA
Dr. S.A.Pardeshi
Reviewer of Journal of Computer Vision, IET, UK
Mechanical Engineering
PROF. M.V. KAVADE
Dr.Patil Sharad Dattatray 1
(Reviewer)
Dr.Patil Sachin Krishnath 10

1
2
3
4
5

1
2
1
2
3

National

2
-

Faculty members on the organization committees of international


conferences,recognized by reputed organizations / societies

Table 3.17: Faculty serving on the organization committees of internationalconference


Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

Prof. D.G.Thombare.

Prof. D. S. Patil

Prof. Dr. P. S. Patil

Title and place of conference


First International Conference on Advances in Renewable and Sustainable
Energies, BIOGREEN 2010, March 7-13, 2010 Cancun, Mexico
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016

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Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

Prof. Dr. H. S. Jadhav

Prof. Dr. A. C. Attar

Prof. D. B. Kulkarni

Prof. P. M. Mohite

Prof. Dr. P. D.
Kumbhar

Prof. Y. M. Patil

10

Prof. Mrs. S.N. Patil

11

Prof. S.R. Deshmukh

12

Prof. S.S. Kumbhar

13

Prof. R.D. Patil

14

Prof. P. B. Salgar

15

Prof. A. S. Thorbole

16

Prof. H.U.Mulay

17

Prof. A. A. Idate

18

Prof. R.K.Patil

19

Prof. H. N. Ronad

20

Dr. R. B. Golekar

21

Prof. S. V. Waghmare

22

Prof. S. K. More

23

Prof. R. S. Patil

24

Prof. H. T. Jadhav

Title and place of conference


Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
Advances in Civil Infrastructure and Development of Smart Cities
(ICACIDS-2K16) at Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (An Autonomous
Institute) Rajaramnagar, Islampur dated on 26 28 Feb 2016
As a Reviewer
1) IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution
2) CSEE Journal of Power and Energy Systems IEEE

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Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

25

Dr. S.A.Pardeshi

26

Prof. S.R.Jagtap

27

Dr. M.S.Patil

28

Prof. M.S.Kumbhar

29

Prof.R.T.Patil

30

Dr. A.B.Kakade

31

Prof. Mrs. S.S.Patil

32

Prof. Mrs. J.S.Awati

33

Prof. Mrs. S.P.Patil

34

Prof. Miss. P. T.
Sawant

3.4.2

Title and place of conference


3) International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy ELSEVIER
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on computing, Communication and Energy
Systems( ICCCES16) 29-30 Jan 2016 at RIT Sakharale,
International Conference on Computing, Communication and Energy
systems(ICCCES) 2016, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology
Rajaramnagar
Sakhrale
TalukaWalwa
District- Sangli 415414
International Conference on Computing, Communication and Energy
systems(ICCCES) 2016, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology
Rajaramnagar
Sakhrale
TalukaWalwa
District- Sangli 415414

Does the College publish research journal(s)? If yes, indicate the


composition of the editorial board, publication policies and whether it is
listed in international database?
College publishes the research journal on academic research. The tile of the
Journal is Journal of Engineering Transformations (JEET).The team of the
Journal is composed of eminent personalities all over the world. The details of
journal are
Editor in Chief:
Krishna Vedula
Professor and Dean Emeritus, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Founder and Executive Director,
Indo US Collaboration for Engineering Education
(IUCEE) krishna_vedula@uml.edu
Editor:
(Mrs.) Sushma S. Kulkarni
Director
Rajarambapu
Institute
of
Technology,
Rajaramnagar Islampur, Dist. Sangli, Maharashtra415 414 (India)
Table 3.18: List of Advisory Board members of journal
Sr.
No.

Name

Position

Dr. Indira Parekh

Former Dean

Dr. Deepak Phatak


Dr. Stephanie
Farrell

Professor

Vice President

Institution
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad,
India
Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai
American Society for Engineering
Education, USA
University Grants Commission India

Former
Chairperson
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Dr. Arun Nigavekar

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Sr.
No.

Name

Position

Mr. Ramchandra
Sawant

Secretary

Dr. Ashok Shettar

Principal

Mr. B.M. Naik

Dr. Hans J. Hoyer

Dr. R. Natarajan

Consultant
Executive
Secretary
Former
Chairman

10

Dr. Duncan Fraser

President

11

Dr. M.P. Ravindra

President

12

Dr. S.S. Mantha

Chairman

13

Dr. Anil
Sahasrabudhe

Director

Institution
Kasegaon Education Society
BVB College of Engineering and
Technology, India
Quality Management, India
Global Engineering Deans Council
All India Council for Technical Education,
India
International Federation of Engineering
Education Societies, S. Africa
Indo US Collaboration for Engineering
Education Society, India
All India Council for Technical Education,
India
College of Engineering Pune

Table 3.19: List of Editorial Board members of journal


Sr.
No.
1
2
3

Name

Position

Institution

Dr. Vinod Lohani


Dr. Veena Kumar
Dr. Mallikharjuna
Babu
Dr. Henk Eijkman
Dr. Bill Oakes
Mr. Ashok Kalbag

Professor
Professor
Principal

Virginia Tech University


Rutgers University, USA
BMS College of Engineering

Director
Director, EPICS
Secretary

Dr. Seeram
Ramakrishna
Dr. Martand Telsang

Director, CNN and


former Dean
Dean
Chairman
Provost
Deputy Director
Professor

13
14
15

Dr. Sunil Kute


Dr. Lueny Morell
Dr. P.J. Kulkarni
Dr. Gopalkrishna
Joshi
Dr. C.D. Sankhavara
Dr. S.A. Halkude
Dr. Aparajita Ojha

16

Dr. Mohd Khairiyah

Leading Edge Learning, Australia


Purdue University, USA
Indo US Collaboration for Engineering
Education Society, India
National University of Singapore,
Singapore
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology,
India
Board of Studies, U of Pune, India
Neu University, USA
Walchand College of Engineering
BVB College of Engineering and
Technology, India
RK University, India
Walchand Institute of Technology
Indian Institute of Technology, Jabalpur,
India
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

17

Dr. N.V. Ratnalikar

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Dean
Prinicipal
Director, Design
and Manufacturing
Director, Centre for
Engineering
Education
Founder

Engineering Education Foundation, India

Journal Managers:
Prof. Hemlata Gaikwad
Dr. Sachin Patil
Printed at :Deshmane Offset, Kirloskarwadi
Circulation statistics:
Sr.
No.

Author/s

Satyajit
Patil

Year

Title

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)

2012

Development of ERP System for


a Small Scale Industry - A Case
study on Design and
Development of Production
Module for a Small Scale
Industry

LAP Lambert Academic


Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

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Sr.
No.

6
7
8
9

10

11

12

13

Author/s
Rajaram
Shinde,
Lalitkumar
Jugulkar,
Prabhakar
Maskar
Sanjay
Dayanu
Yadav
S.S.Mantha
S.R.
Kumbhar,
S. T.
Satpute, S.
D. Yadav
S.R.
Kumbhar,
S. S.
Gawade,
Bimlesh
Kumar
Mitesh N.
Ghatte
S. T.
Satpute
S. T.
Satpute
K. D.
Sapate & S.
T. Satpute
S.R.
Kumbhar,
S. D.
Yadav,
K. D.
Sapate
Editors:
Dr. B. R.
Badave,
S.M.
Sawant
Editor
Dr.B.R.
Badawe,
P. R.
Sawant,
S. M.
Sawant,
S.R. Patil,
S.R.
Kumbhar,
H. S. More
Dr. H S
Jadhav

Year

Title

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)

2012

CATIA Training Resource


Material CATIA V5 CAD

LAP Lambert Academic


Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

2012

Design and Development of


Decelerometer Brake Testing

LAP Lambert Academic


Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

2012

I. C. Engine Testing
Laboratory Experiments

LAP Lambert Academic


Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

2012

Electrorheological Fluid Damper


for Road Vehicle Suspension
System

LAP Lambert Academic


Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

2007
2000
2000

A Monogram on Transport
Management,
Vehicle Maintenance & Garage
Practice
Design & Drawing of Auto.
Components

RIT Sakharale
Nirali Prakashan Pune
Nirali Prakashan Pune

2003

Automobile Engines I

Nirali Prakashan Pune

2003

Transport Management & Motor


Industry

Nirali Prakashan Pune

2002

AICTE sponsored National


Seminar on Modern Trends in
Automobiles (NSMTA
2002), August 1-2, 2002

Allied Publishers Private Limited,


Mumbai

2003

AICTE / ISTE Sponsored STTP


on Modern Trends in
Automobiles, June 23- July 4,
2003

RIT Sakharale

2002

Applied mechanics

14

SS
Kumbhar

2011

Impact of sewage disposal on


groundwater quality in Sangli
city

15

SS
Kumbhar

2011

Chromium removal from waste


water

16

D S patil

2012

Life cycle cost analysis of


building

Mahalaxmi Publishing house,


Kolhapur
Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany
ISBN NO.- 978-3-8433-9213-6.
Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany. ISBN NO.- 978-38473-0467-8
Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany

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Sr.
No.

Author/s

Year

Title
A critical study of Total Quality
Management in Engineering
Industries
Laboratory manual in Concrete
Technology

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)
Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany

17

Dr. S. S.
Kulkarni

2013

18

Dr. P D
Kumbhar

2014

19

Prof.
M.R.Jadhav

2012

Fault detection and protection of


three phase induction motor

20

Prof.
J.S.Awati

2012

Case study: Farmers Opinion of


Karandwadi Village, Taluka
Walwa District Sangli in
Maharashtra State of India

21

Mr. S. A.
Thorat

July
2011

22

Mr. S. A.
Thorat

Septe
mber
2012

23

Mr. S. S.
Sawant
Mrs. A. B.
Patil

Augu
st
2014

PHP And MySQL

Aruta Publishers, Ratanagiri


ISBN 978-93-81476-13-0

24

Dr. M T
Telsang

2001

Industrial and business


management

S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi

2006

Industrial engineering and


production management

S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi

2007

Producation Management

S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi

1998

Manufacturing Management

Nirali Prakashan

1999

Quality Management Concepts


Planning and Control

Indian Society for Training and


Development, Islampur Chapter

2012

Electrorheological Fluid Damper


for Road Vehicle Suspension
System

LAP Lambert Academic


Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG, German
ISBN No. 978-3-659-19950-9

25
26

27

28

29

30

31

32

Dr. M T
Telsang
Dr. M T
Telsang
Dr. M T
Telsang
(Monogram
)
Dr. M T
Telsang
(Monogram
)
Dr.
S.S.Gawade
(Co
Author)
Dr.S.M.Saw
ant
(Monogram
) Co Author
Dr.S.M.Sa
want
(Monogram
) Co
Author
N. K.
Chhapkhan
e
(Monogram
) Co
Author

C Interview Q & A

C Interview Q & A

Refrigeration and Air


Conditioning

Power Engineering

2005

Mechatronics

Lap Lambart academic publishing,


Germany
Lambert Academic Publishing,
Germany ISBN-978-3-8484-12945
Lambert Academic Publishing,
Germany ISBN-978-3-659-274602
Shroff Publishers & Distributors
Pvt. Ltd.
1st Edition
ISBN 13:978-93-5023-390-0
Shroff Publishers& Distributors
Pvt. Ltd.
2nd Edition
ISBN 13:978-93-5023-390-0

Suvidha Engineering
Publications, Islampur

Suvidha Engineering
Publications, Islampur

Jagar Sahitya Kala Mandal,


Islampur

There are currently 234 institutional and individual subscriptions to The


Journal of Engineering Education Transformations. This compares with 102 at
the end of 2014. As in previous years we expect further renewals and new
subscriptions to be confirmed well into the final quarter of the year.
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Plagiarism Checking
We introduced a new system under which we scan all accepted papers through
anti-plagiarism software before publication. We are using Turnitin software.
The software has mainly flagged up issues related to authors omitting to
reference their own prior work. These omissions have been rectified before
publication.
Indexing
The Journal is listed in i-Scholar and J-gate. The indexing for Google Scholar
and Scopus is in process.
3.4.3 Give details of publications by the faculty:
Table 3.20: Papers Published in peer reviewed journals
Total Number of Papers
Published in Journal
International
National

Department

*
*
Sr.
No.

Automobile Engineering

--

Civil Engineering

Computer Science and Engineering

Electrical Engineering

11

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

13

Information Technology Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Monographs
Chapters in Books
Table 3.21: Chapters in Books
Author(S)

Year

S.Y.Sawant

2011

Dr. S.A. Pardeshi


Dr. S.N. Talbar

2011

Sandeep A. Thorat,
Ravindra J Mandale

2013

Title
Fluid and
Thermal
Engineering.
Local feature
based face
recognition
Advances in
Engineering and
Technology
Series

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)
Mahalashmi Publishing House,
Kolhapur, 3rd Edition.
In Tech.,Croatia, ISBN- 978-953-307738-3, Page No.- 53-78
2013 Advanced Research in Engineering
and Technology,
Institute of Doctors Engineers and
Scientists,260 - 266

Table 3.22: Books Published by Faculty


Sr.
No.
1

Author/s

Year

Title

Satyajit Patil

2012

Rajaram
Shinde,
Lalitkumar

2012

Development of ERP
System for a Small Scale
Industry - A Case study
on Design and
Development of
Production Module for a
Small Scale Industry
CATIA Training
Resource Material
CATIA V5 CAD

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AV
Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AV


Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany

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Sr.
No.

Author/s
Jugulkar,
Prabhakar
Maskar
Sanjay Dayanu
Yadav
S.S.Mantha
S.R. Kumbhar,
S. T. Satpute,
S. D. Yadav
S.R.
Kumbhar,
S. S. Gawade,
Bimlesh
Kumar
Mitesh N.
Ghatte

Year

Title

2012

Design and Development


of Decelerometer Brake
Testing
I. C. Engine Testing
Laboratory Experiments

2012

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AV


Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AV
Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AV
Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany

2012

Electrorheological Fluid
Damper for Road Vehicle
Suspension System

2007

A Monogram on
Transport
Management,
Vehicle Maintenance &
Garage Practice
Design & Drawing of
Auto. Components
Automobile Engines I

RIT Sakharale

2003

Transport Management &


Motor Industry

Nirali Prakashan Pune

2002

AICTE sponsored
National Seminar on
Modern Trends in
Automobiles (NSMTA
2002), August 1-2, 2002
AICTE / ISTE Sponsored
STTP on Modern Trends
in Automobiles, June
23- July 4, 2003

Allied Publishers Private Limited,


Mumbai

S. T. Satpute

2000

S. T. Satpute

2000

K. D. Sapate
& S. T.
Satpute
S.R. Kumbhar,
S. D. Yadav,
K. D. Sapate
Editors:
Dr. B. R.
Badave,
S.M. Sawant

2003

2003

13
14

Editor
Dr.B.R.
Badawe,
P. R. Sawant,
S. M. Sawant,
S.R. Patil,
S.R. Kumbhar,
H. S. More
Dr. H S Jadhav
S S Kumbhar

2002
2011

Applied mechanics
Impact of sewage
disposal on groundwater
quality in Sangli city

Mahalaxmi Publishing house, Kolhapur


Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany
ISBN NO.- 978-3-8433-9213-6.

15

S S Kumbhar

2011

Chromium removal from


waste water

16

D S patil

2012

Life cycle cost analysis of


building

Lap Lambart academic publishing,


Germany. ISBN NO.- 978-3-8473-04678
Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany

17

Dr. S
Skulkarni

2013

18

Dr. P D
Kumbhar
Prof.
M.R.Jadhav

2014

Prof. J.S.Awati

2012

A critical study of Total


Quality Management in
Engineering Industries
Laboratory manual in
Concrete Technology
Fault detection and
protection of three phase
induction motor
Case study: Farmers
Opinion of Karandwadi
Village, Taluka Walwa
District Sangli in

10

11

12

19

20

2012

Nirali Prakashan Pune


Nirali Prakashan Pune
Nirali Prakashan Pune

RIT Sakharale

Lap Lambart academic publishing,


Germany
Lap Lambart academic publishing,
Germany
Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany
ISBN-978-3-8484-1294-5
Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany
ISBN-978-3-659-27460-2

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Sr.
No.

Author/s

Year

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)

Title
Maharashtra State of
India

21

22

23

24
25

26

Mr. S. A.
Thorat

July
2011

Mr. S. A.
Thorat

Septem
ber
2012

Mr. S. S.
Sawant
Mrs. A. B.
Patil
Dr. M T
Telsang
Dr. M T
Telsang

August
2014

PHP And MySQL

2001

Industrial and business


management
Industrial engineering
and production
management
Producation Management

2006

2007

Dr. M T
Telsang
Dr. M T
Telsang
(Monogram)
Dr. M T
Telsang
(Monogram)
Dr.
S.S.Gawade
(Co Author)

27

28

29

30

31

32

*
*
*
*

C Interview Q & A

S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi


S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi
S. Chand and Co Ltd., New Delhi

1998

Manufacturing
Management

Nirali Prakashan

1999

Quality Management
Concepts Planning and
Control
Electrorheological Fluid
Damper for Road Vehicle
Suspension System

Indian Society for Training and


Development, Islampur Chapter

2012

Dr.S.M.Sawan
t (Monogram )
Co Author
Dr.S.M.Sawan
t (Monogram )
Co Author
N. K.
Chhapkhane
(Monogram )
Co Author

Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt.


Ltd.
1st Edition
ISBN 13:978-93-5023-390-0
Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt.
Ltd.
2nd Edition
ISBN 13:978-93-5023-390-0
Aruta Publishers, Ratanagiri
ISBN 978-93-81476-13-0

C Interview Q & A

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AV


Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG,
German
ISBN No. 978-3-659-19950-9
Suvidha Engg.
Publications, Islampur

--

Refrigeration and Air


Conditioning

--

Power Engg.

Suvidha Engg.
Publications, Islampur

2005

Mechatronics

Jagar

Sahitya Kala Mandal, Islampur

Citation Index range: 1-264


SNIP:SJR:h-index: 0 7
Table 3.23: Citations, h-index of faculty
*

Sr. No

Name of Faculty

Citation

h-index

I10-index

264

D.G.Thombare

S.D.Yadav

S.R.Patil

L.M.Jugulkar

17

S.T.Satpute

11

S.R. Kumbhar

A.P.Shah

Dr. Mrs. S. S. Kulkarni

113

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Sr. No

Name of Faculty

Citation

h-index

I10-index

Prof. Dr. H. S. Jadhav

10

Prof. Dr. A. C. Attar

11

Prof. D. B. Kulkarni

10

12

Prof.Dr. P. D. Kumbhar

30

13

Prof. Mrs. S.N. Patil

14

Prof. S.S. Kumbhar

15

Dr. R. B. Golekar

30

16

Prof. R. S. Patil

17

Dr. N. V. Dharwadkar

127

18

Mr. S. S. Patil

19

Mr. S. A. Thorat

32

20

Mr. S. U. Mane

21

Mr. A. C. Adamuthe

21

22

Mr. S. R. Poojara

23

Mr. A. S. Mali

24

Mr. D. P. Kshirsagar

25

Mr. T. S. Kamble

26

Dr. S.A.Pardeshi

16

02

27

Prof. S.R.Jagtap

11

28

Dr. A.B.Kakade

39

05

29

Mr. S. S. Sawant

30

Ms. A. K. Ingale

31

Dr.Gawade S. S.

32

Dr.Telsang Martand T.

156

33

Dr.Sawant Suresh M.

37

34

Jadhav Baliram R.

35

Chhapkhane Narendra K.

36

Kavade Mukund V.

16

37

Chavan Durgeshkumar S.

11

38

Waghmare Chandan A.

14

39

Kumbhar Samir B.

40

Dr.Patil Sharad D.

41

Dr.Patil Sachin K.

173

42

Nimbalakar U. M.

43

Jadhav Prashant S.

44

Prof. H. T. Jadhav

134

45

Prof. A. R. Thorat

46

Prof. P. S. Kumar

16

47

Prof. K. K. More

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3.4.4 Indicate the average number of successful M.Phil. and Ph.D. scholars
guided per faculty.
Table 3.24: Ph.D guidance by Faculty on Roll
Sr.
No.
1

3.5

Name of Faculty

Guidance (Ph.D.)

Prof. S.D. Yadav.

Dr. S S kulkarni

Dr. P S Patil

Dr. A C Attar

Dr. H S Jadhav

Consultancy

3.5.1 What is the stated policy of the College for structured consultancy? List a
few important consultancy services undertaken by the College.
To enhance industry-institute interaction and to utilize faculty expertise for
real time industry problems institute has devised consultancy policy based on
40:60 (faculty : institute) sharing model. Important consultancy services
undertaken by the College are stated in Table No. 3.23
Table 3.25: List of Consultancy Assignments
Sr.
No.

Consultancy Activity

Co-ordinator

Automobile Engineering
PUC Certificates Charge [from 631059 to 631086 &
1
L.M.Jugulkar
747078 to 747114]
Two wheeler [SUZUKI HAYATE (MH-10-BF-1309]
S.R.Desai
2
Testing on 2-Wheeler Chassis Dynamometer
3
Vibration Analysis of Composite Plate
S.R.Desai
4
Element Analysis of Crankshaft
S.R.Desai
Alternative Fuels & H-CNG Fueling System in Two
5
S.R.Desai
Wheeler
Eco-Friendly Hybrid Bike-vehicle performance
6
S.R.Desai
testing
Experimental Analysis of 4-Stroke SI Engine with
7
Oxyrich Blends
Water is an Alternative Fuel for S. I. Engine-Emission
8
S.R.Kumbhar
Measurement
Comparison of Heat Transfer Coefficient for
9
S.R.Kumbhar
Alternative Fuels
10 Vibration Analysis of Piston
S.R.Desai
PUC Certificates Charge [from 631103 to 631145,
11
L.M.Jugulkar
747147 to 747178 & 747180 to 747217
Alternative Fuels & H-CNG Fueling System in Two
12
S.R.Desai
Wheeler-Vehicle performance test
Water is an Alternative Fuel for S. I. Engine-vehicle
13
S.R.Desai
performance testing
Civil Engineering
K KShinde, P B
1
Building Measurement and Valuation
Salagar
2
STTP Durability of concrete Struct
P.D.Kumbhar
Structural Design and Drawing - 5000lt. Cap. water
3
P M Mohite
tank
4
Staadpro programme
H.S.Jadhav
5
Road project dry density
A G Phakade
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2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2014-15
2014-15

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6
7
8
9

Soil Bearing capacity


Total station survey
Bitumen Testing & Aggregate Binder content
Cube Testing

10

Core cutting samples

11

Laboratory Equipments

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54

Cube Testing
Laboratory Equipments
Steel Testing
Paving BlockTesting
Steel Testing (6,8,10,12,16 mm)
Safe Bearing Capacity
Steel Testing (10,16.20. mm)
Cube Testing
Cube Testing
Cube Testing( 2 set)
Cube Testing
Soil testing charges
cement Testing Cube Testing(5 set) Aggregate sand
steel(4 set)
Water Testing
Repair Work ,Design ,Plan
Consultancy charges
structural design
Bridge Course on total Station
final Billing and cheching of Kapuskhednaka hostel
Structural audit
Hammer Consultancy
Expert Visit For Residential Building Const ,Side
Bitumen Testing
Cube Testing
Brick Testing
Cube Testing (3 set)
Paving BlockTesting
Repair Work ,Design ,Plan
Load bearing Capacity
Brick Testing
Aggrigate Testing
CBR Testing
Load bearing Capacity
Consultancy charges
Load bearing Capacity
Solid Cement Concrete Testing blocks
Third Party Inspection
Soil Testing Charges
Consultancy charges
Stability Report For Water tank
Strian Indicator Handling
Regarding R.C.C Door Frame Testing
Stability Report For Water tank
Mix Design Report

55

Regarding the steel design structure

56

Scrutiny of RRC Drawing,Kmgad, ESR

57
58
59
60
61

Steel Testing 2 set Testing


Soil testing charges
Surveying
PVC Pipe testing
Cube Testing (2 set)

24
25
26
27

Consultancy Activity

Co-ordinator
A G Phakade
K KShinde,
D. S. Patil
P M Mohite
P M Mohite/H S
Jadhav
P M Mohite/H S
Jadhav
P.M.Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
A G Phakade
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D S Chavan

2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12
2011-12

P M Mohite

2011-12

Y M Patil
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D B Kulkarni
D B Kulkarni
P M Mohite
S R.Deshmukh
P M Mohite
D S Patil
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D S Chavan
P M Mohite
D S Patil
D S Chavan
D S Chavan
P M Mohite
D S Chavan
P M Mohite
D.S.Patil
D S Chavan
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
S R.Deshmukh
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
(Consultancy)
H.S.Jadhav
(Consultancy)
P M Mohite
D S Chavan
P. B.Salgar
Y M Patil
P M Mohite

2011-12
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2012-13
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
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2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
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Sr.
No.

Consultancy Activity

68
69
70
71
72
73

Regarding Steel Testing


6mm,8mm,10mm,12mm,16mm,20mm
Cube Mould Rent -3 Cubes
Steel Testing 6mm,10mm,12mm,16mm,20mm,8mm
Cube Testing (1 set)
Steel Testing 2 set Testing
Cube Mould Rent -3 Cubes
Steel Testing 3 set Testing
Bitumen Testing
Steel Testing 2 set Testing
PVC Pipe testing
Light Weight Concrete Block Testing
Steel Testing (2 Set)
PVC Pipe Testing

74

Building Consultancy Charges

75
76

Steel Testing Charges (2 Set)


PVC Pipe Testing
Two day Training Prog. Modern Surveying
Techniques( IRG)

62
63
64
65
66
67

77
78

Water Treatment Plant & RCC Design

79

Total Station Survey

80

Consultancy Testing Charges

81

Stability Report For Water tank

82

scrutiny for rcc design and drawing

83

Total Station Survey

84

Scrutiny of RCC Drawing,

85

scrutiny for rcc design and drawing

86
87

MS Door Frame Testing


Stability Report For Water tank
Mix Design Report M20,M25,M30 Grade & Steel
Testing (2 set)

88
89

Total Station Survey

90
91
92

Mix Design Report M10 Grade


Consultancy For Core Cutting (5 Nos)
Consultancy For G.I Metal Sheet Testing

93

Total Station Survey

94
95

Structural Stability Certificiate Report


Stability Report For Water tank

96

Survey Charges

97

99
100

Consultancy For one day rent dumpy level


Mix Design Report M20,M25,M30Grade&Steel
Testing (2 set)
Expert Visit Charges
Mix Design Report M20,M25,M30Grade

101

Third Party Inspection

102
103
104
105

Deputy Engineer, PWD Shirala


Managing Director RBPSSK,Rajaramnagar
Deputy Engineer, PWD Shirala
Water testing Charges

98

Co-ordinator
P M Mohite

2013-14

P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D S Patil
P M Mohite
Y.M.Patil
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
Y M Patil
P M Mohite
(Consultancy )
P M Mohite
Y M Patil

2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2013-14

D. B. Kulkarni
H S Jadhav&Y M
Patil
D. B. Kulkarni/P.B
Salgar
P M Mohite& H S
jadhav
P M Mohite
H.S.Jadhav
(Consultancy)
D. B. Kulkarni/P.B
Salgar
Dr. H S Jadhav
H.S.Jadhav
(Consultancy)
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D. B. Kulkarni/P.B
Salgar
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D. B. Kulkarni/P.B
Salgar
P M Mohite
P M Mohite
D B Kulkarni/PB
Salgar
PB Salgar

2013-14
2013-14
2013-14
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15

SR Deshmukh

2014-15

P M Mohite
SR Deshmukh
D S Patil/ S R
Deshmukh/ H S
Jadhav
SR Deshmukh
SR Deshmukh
SR Deshmukh
Y M Patil

2014-15
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2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
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109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

Consultancy Activity

Co-ordinator

Concrete Cube Testing (2 Set)


P M Mohite
concrete cube mould rent
P M Mohite
cement,sand paving block testing
P M Mohite
Cement Testing,Concrete Cube Test,Sand Testing
P M Mohite
Steel Testing Charges (5 Set)
P M Mohite
Steel Testing Charges (4Set)
P M Mohite
Paving Block Testing
P M Mohite
Core CuttingTesting
P M Mohite
Rainwater Testing Report
Y M Patil
Concrete Cube Testing
P M Mohite
steel bar testing
P M Mohite
steel bar testing & concrete cube testing
P M Mohite
Steel Testing Charges (7Set)
P M Mohite
Concrete Cube Testing (1 Set)& Rent 1 Days
P M Mohite
Soil testing charges
H.R. Ronad
Concrete Cube Testing (2 Set)
P M Mohite
Cube .Sand ,Aggregate,Steel, Testing
P M Mohite
Concrete Cube Testing
P M Mohite
Concrete Cube Testing
P M Mohite
PVC Pipe testing
P M Mohite
Concrete Cube Testing
P M Mohite
Soil testing charges
H.R. Ronad
Soil testing charges
H.R. Ronad
Steel Testing Charges (5Set)
P M Mohite
Concrete Cube ,Steel Testing,sand,aggregate,Paving
130
P M Mohite
Block Testing
131 Concrete Cube &Cement Testing
P M Mohite
132 Steel Testing Charges (5Set),Concrete Cube Testing
P M Mohite
133 Concrete Cube Testing
P M Mohite
134 Soil testing charges
H.R. Ronad
135 Concrete Cube Testing (2 Set)
P M Mohite
136 Soil testing charges
H.R. Ronad
137 Concrete Cube Mould rent 1 Days
P M Mohite
138 Steel Testing Charges (6Set)
P M Mohite
139 Concrete Cube Testing (1 Set)
SR Deshmukh
140 Managing Director RBPSDSL, Rajaramnagar
SR Deshmukh
141 Reliant Construction Satara
SR Deshmukh
142 ShriBalaji Developers Islampur
SR Deshmukh
143 Arun Patil Islampur
P M Mohite
144 Managing Director RBPSDSL,Rajaramnagar
SR Deshmukh
145 Prathibha Construction Kolhaour
SR Deshmukh
146 Deputy Engineer, PWD Shirala
SR Deshmukh
147 Balaji Developers Islampur
SR Deshmukh
148 Managing Director RBPSDSL, Rajaramnagar
SR Deshmukh
149 Balaji Developers Islampur
SR Deshmukh
150 IslampurNagarparishad
SR Deshmukh
151 Prathibha Construction Kolhapur
SR Deshmukh
152 SagramUttamrao Patil
SR Deshmukh
153 ShriBalaji Developers Islampur
SR Deshmukh
154 Balaji Developers Islampur
SR Deshmukh
155 IslampurNagarparishad
SR Deshmukh
156 Vasant D VajeWalwa
SR Deshmukh
157 Deputy Engineer, PWD Shirala
SR Deshmukh
158 Steel Testing Cube Testing
SR Deshmukh
159 Managing Director RBPSDSL, Rajaramnagar
SR Deshmukh
160 Sunil R Patil Islampur
SR Deshmukh
Computer Science and Engineering
Networking Consultancy at sangli vaibhav co
Mr. S. J. Dhumal
1
operative society , Islampur
Mr. A. S. Kaji
Electrical Engineering
1
D.C. Machines Practical Charges
Mr. R.D. Mane
2
AMIE. Practical
Mr.A.R. Thorat
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2014-15
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2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
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2014-15
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2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
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2014-15
2014-15
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2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
2014-15
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2014-15
2014-15
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No.

Consultancy Activity

Practical for course Electrical Generation &


Distribution

Rechargeable spray pump Testing

AMIE. Practical

Energy Audit

Rechargeable spray pump Testing

Repair of Electrical Instrument

Practical for course Electrical Generation &


Distribution

10

LED Light Testing

11

Conducted Lab Practical for AMIE Students

12

UPS Backup system Testing

13

UPS Backup system Testing

14

LED Street Light Testing

15

Third party Inspection of open Theatre electrification

16

LED Street Light Testing

17

LED Street Light Testing

18

Laboratory Practical

19

Conducted Lab Practical for AMIE Students

Co-ordinator
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil.
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.H.T.Jadhav
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil.
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr. A.N.Jadhav

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2011-12

2012-13

2012-13

2012-13

2012-13

2012-13

2012-13

2013-14

2013-14

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2014-15

2014-15

2014-15

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Sr.
No.

1
1

Consultancy Activity

Co-ordinator

Mr.S.S. Kadam
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Testing of Antennas on Vector Network analyzer
Dr. A.B.Kakade
Information Technology Engineering
Annual Hardware consultancy
Prof. Mrs. S.P.Patil

Year

2012-2015
2013-2014

3.5.2 Does the College have College-industry cell? If yes, what is its scope and
range of activities?
To impart latest technical advancements and knowledge in industries to the
students institute is taking continuous efforts through industry institute
interaction cell. Activities of this cell can be broadly categorized in to Training
and placement, Workshops and seminars, signing of MOUs for sponsored
projects and industrial training for students. This cell carries out range of
activities throughout the year mentioned below

To meet the manpower requirements of the Industry, Training and


Placement activities are focused on providing right knowledge, skill and
aptitude to the students.
To maintain regular contacts with industries.
To provide necessary student information to industries and inviting them
for campus recruitment.
To conduct awareness programs related to placement activities among
newly admitted students.
To organize workshops for enhancing aptitude and communication skills
of students.
To provide necessary support to the student and recruiter during placement
drives.
Key industry resource persons are invited to conduct workshops on
advanced technology for students.
Eminent professors and scientist from reputed institutes and government
organizations are invited to conduct seminars to make students and
faculties familiarize with recent trends in research and technology.
To showcase best projects with potential of commercialization in industry
exhibitions to attract industries for investment.
Signing MOUs with industries working in different domains for providing
field training to the students, getting consultancy projects and establishing
special research laboratories.

3.5.3 What is the mode of publicizing the expertise of the College for
consultancy services? Mention the departments from whom consultancy
was sought.
Major mode of publicizing the area of expertise is through institute website by
means of faculty profile and laboratory information. In addition prominent
research facilities are demonstrated to delegates coming from other institutes,
industries and government organizations.
3.5.4 How does the College encourage the faculty to utilize the expertise for
consultancy services?
Faculties are encouraged by providing 40 % of earned consultancy amount to
the faculties and staff involved. Required lab facilities and necessary staff
support is provided for consultancy work. In addition good weightage is given
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to completed consultancy work in institute level Key Result Area (KRA)


award.
3.5.5 List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the College and
the revenue generated during the last four years.
Table 3.26: List of broad area of consultancy services and revenue
generated
Sr. No.
1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
1

1
2
3

Board area of consultancy assignment


Revenue generated in
undertaken
last four years (Rs.)
Automobile Engineering
Vehicle Performance Testing
63950
Engine Testing
37000
Emission Measurement
16825
Vibration Analysis
24000
Civil Engineering
2011-12
Material Testing Lab
50000
Surveying Lab
3300
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
20000
Transportation Engineering Lab
46600
Material Testing Lab
70000
Surveying Lab
3300
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
50000
Transportation Engineering Lab
46600
2012-13
Material Testing Lab
119000
Surveying Lab
7400
Transportation Engineering Lab
2000
Material Testing Lab
145525
Surveying Lab
7400
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
8000
Transportation Engineering Lab
12200
2013-14
Structural Engineering
900
Material Testing Lab
76500
Surveying Lab
59400
Transportation Engineering Lab
1000
Structural Engineering
900
Material Testing Lab
119400
Surveying Lab
59400
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
4500
Transportation Engineering Lab
6400
Environmental Engineering Lab
6000
2014-15
Structural Engineering
23000
Material Testing Lab
68600
Surveying Lab
17500
Environmental Engineering Lab
24000
Structural Engineering
23000
Material Testing Lab
136900
Surveying Lab
17500
Geotechnical Engineering Lab
19500
TrasprotationEngineering Lab
6400
Environmental Engineering Lab
29500
Computer Science and Engineering
Networking Consultancy at sangli vaibhav co
1000
operative society , Islampur
Electrical Engineering
D.C. Machines Practical Charges
15000
AMIE. Practical
9000
Practical for course Electrical Generation &
30000

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Sr. No.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1

1
2
3

3.6

Board area of consultancy assignment


Revenue generated in
undertaken
last four years (Rs.)
Distribution
Rechargeable spray pump Testing
800
AMIE. Practical
6000
Energy Audit
3000
Rechargeable spray pump Testing
2000
Repair of Electrical Instrument
600
Practical for course Electrical Generation &
60000
Distribution
LED Light Testing
1000
Conducted Lab Practical for AMIE Students
6000
UPS Backup system Testing
900
UPS Backup system Testing
1000
LED Street Light Testing
5000
Third party Inspection of open Theatre
23500
electrification
LED Street Light Testing
1500
LED Street Light Testing
2000
Laboratory Practical
60000
Conducted Lab Practical for AMIE Students
3000
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Antennas Measurements
Information Technology Engineering
Sona Chemical
(Hardware consultancy)
Prakash Memorial Clinic
(Hardware consultancy)
In House Hardware Consultancy

74000

20000
10000
3500

Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility

3.6.1 How does the College sensitize the faculty and students on Institutional
Social Responsibilities? List the social outreach programmes which have
created an impact on students campus experience.
The following efforts are made to sensitize the faculty and students on the
matters of Institutional and Social responsibilities:
Governing Council and Management provides opportunities to faculty and
staff to learn the institutional values professional ethics and social
responsibility.
Active Students Association ensures the legacy of the college being carried
through the representatives of all classes to maintain cordial relationship
between staff and students.
Frequent Meetings for the college community (staff and students) All
information related to students support measures, inter and intra college
competitions, campus cleaning, ban on nicotine related products, ban on
using cell phone in the campus during college hours etc. are informed to
the students and staff regularly in the meetings which are conducted by
Class Monitors.
High transparency in admission, academic standards, financial aid to the
students, examination valuation, administration etc.
Ragging Free Campus is maintained through efforts to sensitize students to
the issue of ragging.
Effective Scholarship Intimation and Disbursement System: Students are
thoroughly informed about the scholarships available to them. The
administrative office of the college takes sincere efforts to distribute
scholarship to the students on time.
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FDP / QIP / Refresher Course Participation by Faculty: The college


recognizes the need for FDP / QIP / Refresher courses for the teachers.
Whenever the communication comes related to this aspect the staff
members are encouraged to attend the programmes.
Placement Cell, Special Cell for Students Career and counseling, NSS
Units, and IQAC of the college ensure institutional and social
responsibility among faculty and students.

3.6.2 How does the College promote College-neighborhood network and


student engagement, contributing to holistic development of students and
sustained community development?
The institute is conscious of its role in campus community connection,
wellbeing of its neighborhood and has initiated a number of community
development activities. These activities include
Successful organization of lead programs & activities under ED cell.
Institute has implemented scholarship scheme for meritorious students by
giving prizes, every semester.
Institute organizes every year UNNAT Exhibition of Eco Friendly Ganpati
Bappa Idols to promote social responsibility spirit among all stakeholders.
Involvement of students in Blood Donation Camps
Institute organizes Water testing training for gram panchayat staff
(Myadgal village)
Conducting the flag hoisting at national festivals 15th August & 26th
January.
Involving the public and Institute NSS Volunteers for social cause.
Helping orphanage center, specially abled student homes by providing
financial aid.
Institutes NSS Unit is actively functioning and they have developed a
well knitted network with the neighborhood through students involvement
in community development programmes and camps. They seek active
participation of the community members also. Students gain knowledge
related to various social issues and the techniques to address the problems.
Their involvement in the community helps them not only for their overall
development but also for the sustained community development. Institute
adopts a Village through NSS and it provides all necessary support for the
effective functioning of Village. All the Institute departments do extension
activities in various fields to cater to the needs of social responsibility.
Active discussions on social issues are held every Thursday by inviting
eminent personalities & activists under Vivek vahini forum for holistic /
social development of students.
3.6.3 How does the College promote the participation of students and faculty in
extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other
National/ International agencies?
This institute has a student volunteer body functioning on campus round the
year for this purpose. The institute has NSS Unit established in the year 2009
of 100 students enrolled. We display notice for the registration. NCC unit has
reserved quota for SC & ST students, 17% and 7% respectively. Students and
staff are promoted to participate in various social activities arranged by NSS
unit by displaying notice & calling meetings. The Faculty in charge for the
extension activities arrange programmes in co ordination with various NGOs
working in the field. e.g. Blood Donation & Health Checkup camp, Swachh
Bharat Abhiyaan and various social & National activities as per the directions
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receive from UGC & University. Institute has also formed the ED cell in
which students participate actively in social activities. Students are selected on
first come first basis.
3.6.4 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any)
undertaken by the College to ensure social justice and empower the
under-privileged and most vulnerable sections of society?
The calendar of events outlines the dates for outreach activities. By extension
activities students are sensitized with problems prevailing in the society. They
also learn the responsibility of sharing, caring, helping the needy people, the
importance of savings and community service. Extension activities work is
under taken by the Institute through various extension units, NSS unit &
Cultural Cell organizes Awareness programmes on AIDS, road safety,
Observation of Hiroshima Day, Womens Day, Blood donation camps, Inter
University Youth festival and competition for enhancing women
empowerment, Campus cleanliness, NSS orientation training, awareness camp
on womens health, social development programmes in co-ordination with
Unique Foundation, Pune. Collection and distribution of food grains and
clothes to Mentally challenged School Children at Dutt Tekdi, Islampur, Free
health camp for Girl Students & Faculty, Non Violence awareness rally. Essay
competitions, Poster presentation and street plays are arranged for eradication
of female infanticide, Child laborers, creating awareness on power
consumption. Lectures on anti Deaddiction & impact of tobacco & Personality
Development. Community development - collected Voluntary donations and
handed it to the NGOs for the people affected by the natural calamities.
Institute organizes blood donation camp every semester, The institute has
active Vishakha Cell for empowering women in theinstitute.The institute
has taken the Green initiative under which it organizes Tree plantation camp
every year. Lectures on Gender and Violence as part of Vishakha program
against gender based violence. Celebrated Independence Day, Childrens Day,
World AIDS Day and Flag Day along with the community. Invited lecture for
Yoga awareness, Drama / Theatre Training Workshops were arranged.
Greetings making Camp is arranged for Mentally Retarted students. Institute
has given opportunity to underprivileged desiring & meritorious students by
supporting them in admission to MBA through YCMOU.
3.6.5 Give details of awards / recognition received by the College for extension
activities / community development work.
Dr. Mrs. Sushma S Kulkarni received Best Paper Award (Kamla Award)
entitled Women Empowerment through Indian Society for Training &
Development (ISTD), New Delhi.
Best Institute Award by ISTE.
3.6.6 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension activities
organized by the College, comment on how they complement students
academic learning experience and specify the values and skills inculcated?
Students of the Institute get opportunities for field work development of inter
personal relationships. Students voluntarily take part in any of the
extracurricular activities. Their participation in various extension programmes
has brought positive changes in their attitude as well as their participation in
various campaign and rallies has made them understand their social
responsibility. The extension activities inculcated the values of team spirit,
helping each other, community participation, Leadership,concern for society,
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ethics, acknowledging the persons, team work and the like. These are the
major graduate attributes listed by abet for becoming successful engineers.

3.6.7 How does the College ensure the involvement of the community in its
outreach activities and contribute to the community development? Detail
the initiatives of the College which have encouraged community
participation in its activities.
Mechanism
The NSS unit organizes various camps like general health check up camps and
community development work with the consent and consultation of the
community members. The community members help the students by providing
accommodation in the community hall while organizing the camps. They are
also involved in the community developmental activities like cleaning the
area, laying mud roads, tree plantation and regular watering of the plants etc.
NSS unit was established with aim of providing the students with an
opportunity to enhance knowledge, professional and leadership skills that will
assist them in their personal development and to address the social community
needs. An orientation program for the aspiring members is conducted in the
college premises every year.
Institute Organizes Trainings for Various Sections of Society, Skilled &
Unskilled employees, like Flour Mill Owners, Hawkers, farmers etc.
Workshop for Farmers is arranged for the sharing and exchange of ideas
among farmers and researchers, promoting a sense of collaboration and
partnership among them, and to present the most up to date research
information. Farmer participants benefit with experiences, insights, as well as
knowledge from invited speakers & Institute staff. Separate Specialization
Courses are floated in MBA Dept Agri Business management. Water
Testing Training is undertaken by Civil Dept thro Student Associations,
Career Guidance Events are organized through Jayant Career Academy, Skill
Development courses are floated in collaboration with Engee & Architect
Association.
Various Community Development programs are organized by Chapter
Institute activities ISTD, ISTE & IETE.
The Institute extension units have strong rapport with the NGOs for availing
support for extension activities. The constructive relationship of Units with
various institutions and organizations are as follows:
1. Non Governmental Organizations such as Giants Club, Saheli Group,
Jayant Daridrya Nirmulan, Khadi Gramodaya Bhavan, Rotary Club,
Unique Foundation-Pune, Dnyanprobodhini.
2. Health care organization such as Rajarambapu Blood Blank, Jayant
Netralaya Foundation.
3. Banking sectors like Rajarambapu Bank, State Bank of India and Bank of
Maharashtra.
4. The academic institutions like University of Mumbai, Pune University, IIT
- Delhi.
5. Government organization such as AIDS Control Society, Karad.
3.6.8 Does the College have a mechanism to track the students involvement in
various social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles?
Yes,
NSS: As per Shivaji University regulations, a diary is maintained for each
student recording the Students NSS activities for the year and the number of
hours the student has worked. This is cross checked by the NSS Student
Leader and the Physical Director in Charge of the NSS. NSS Activities are
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prescribed by the University and the Physical Director also undertakes


additional activities after consultation with the Principal. Finance is partially
provided by the University and the college also provides funds. This not only
encourages students to participate in the various activities that the college
offers, but it serves as a record of their involvement and is also useful when
granting recommendations to ex-students.
Best Outgoing student awards - aspiring candidates for Best Outgoing
student awards are requested to submit the forms duly filled up and one
candidate is nominated from the department. The candidate submits the
Nomination Form along with all the attested documents.
Social Outreach Programme: The Programme is planned by the Faculty in
Charge.
Value Education: Sessions and speakers are arranged by the Faculty in
Charge.
3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationships (if any) with other
institutions in the nearby locality in working on various outreach and
extension activities.
Over the last few years, the college has worked with the organizations listed
below in various capacities. The students have taught younger students and
street children, spread awareness about diseases, held street plays about
important issues, conducted surveys, catered to the needs of the aged, planted
saplings, and helped differently abled children. These organizations include
Lions Club, Rotary Club, Giants Club, Saheli Group, Rajarambapu Blood
Blank, Jayant Netralaya, Jayant Daridrya Nirmulan. RIT being the center of
Lead College aciviy, various programs are conducted under Lead College
Scheme of SUK, also programs like role plays, Guest lectures are arranged by
ANS (Andhshraddha Nirmulan Samiti).
3.6.10 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities
and/contributions to the social/community development during the last
four years.
Table 3.27: Details of awards received by the institution
Year

2011-12

Name of Competition
Youth Festival(District),Chikhali
EKANKIKA COMPETITION
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad, Islampur)

Youth Festival(District),Kadegaon
Youth Festival(Central),Ichalkaranji
2012-13

Ekankika Competition
(Natyangan,Miraj)
Ekankika Competition
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,Islampur)
Selected in AJAY ATUL Dhol Generation, Pune
Prabodhan Karandak13

2013-14

Purushottam Karandak13
Ekankika Competition
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,Sangli)

Awards / Recognition
Mime : 1st Prize
Best Ekankika : 2nd
Best Actress : 1st
Best Director : 2nd
Best Music : 1st
Best Script : 1st
Lokkala 1st Prize
Ekankika 2nd Prize
Best Actress
Best Actor : 3rd
Best Set Design : 3rd
Best Ekankika : 4th
Best local Ekankika
Best Actress :
Mr.Akshay Kulkarni.
Light 1stPrize
Best 2ndEkankika
Best 2ndEkankika
Best Actor Consolation
Best Actress
Best Actor: 1st
Best Director: 1st

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Year

Name of Competition

Purushottam Karandak 2014 State


Purushottam Karandak 2014
Purushottam Karandak 2014
Purushottam Karandak 2014
Youth Festival(District)2014 , Sangli
Youth Festival(District)2014 , Sangli
Youth Festival(District)2014, Sangli
Youth Festival (Central)2014, Jat
Youth Festival(Central)2014 , Jat

Awards / Recognition
Best Ekankika : 1st
Best Actress Consolation
Best Actor : 3rd
Best Set Design: 3rd
Best Actor : 2nd
Best Director : 2nd
Best Ekankika : 2nd
Best Actress : 1st
Best Actor : 1st
Best Director : 1st
Best Ekankika :1st
Best Actress Consolation
Best Music : 1st
Best Set Design : 3rd
Best Light : 1st
Best Actor : 2nd
Best Director: 2nd
Best Ekankika :2nd
Best Actress : 2nd
Best Set Design : 1st
Best Light : 1st
Brake Through Actor
Best Actress Consolation
People Choice Ekankika
Best local Ekankika
Best Script
Best Actress : 3rd
Lokkala : 3rd
Solo Singing : 2nd
Elocution (Eng.) : 3rd
Quiz Compitition : 3rd
Rangoli :2nd
Quiz Competition : 1st
Best Experimental Ekankika
Best Writer
Best Actress
Best Actor
Loksangit : 3rd
Solo Singing 2nd
Quiz Competition : 1st
Quiz Competition 1st
Loksangit : 1st

Jayant Karandak 2015, Islampur

Best Local Ekankika

Ekankika Competition
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,Sangli)
Natyasampada Karandak, Pune

Karad Urban Ekankika Competition, Karad

Ekata Karandak, Medha

Smarth Karadak, Satara


Natyangan,Miraj
A.B.M.Natyaparishad
EkankikaCopetition,
Islampur
Youth Festival (District) 2013 Kolhapur

Youth Festival (Central) 2013 ,Kolhapur

14-15

3.7

Collaboration

3.7.1 How has the Colleges collaboration with other agencies impacted the
visibility, identity and diversity of activities on the campus? To what
extent has the College benefitted academically and financially because of
collaborations?
The college collaborates with number of agencies, institutions and
organizations to conduct extension activities such as Training to staff &
students, Sponsored projects, Collaborative Research Activities, Technical
Consultancy, Laboratory & Library sharing, Guest Lecture, etc. The
collaboration of the college with other agencies has had a positive impact:
Linkages with Academic Institutions have helped in curriculum development,
Faculty research and development. Collaboration with industries has helped
in projects, internships, on job training and placement. Linkages with other
agencies have helped in consultancy and extension activities, training and
workshops for students. Also college had received the award SIIP2014
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(Sustainable Institute Industry Partnership) for the outstanding work to


establish effective linkages with industries & Institutes. While the academic
benefits from the collaborative programmes have been substantial the financial
benefits have been marginal.
3.7.2 Mention specific examples of, how these linkages promote
 Curriculum development
Being an Autonomous Institute, each department has its own board of studies
(BOS). We have minimum two members from Industries on BOS. They are
attending all BOS meetings and contributing in curriculum development as per
the industry requirements. Academic linkages have helped the institution in
designing and updating curriculum that are of global standards and
benchmark. Experts in various fields are part of BoS, Academic Council and
Governing Body.
 Internship, On-the-job training
The students undergo vocational training in various industries during their
summer/winter vacations. The faculty also gets the opportunities to undergo
trainings in the industries. Second year M.Tech. Students are given
opportunity to do one year internship in the reputed industries.
Table 3.28: Details of sponsored projects
Passing
Year

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

Program

Master
of
Engineering
(M.E.)

Master
of
Technology
(M. Tech.)

Master
of
Technology
(M. Tech.)

Dept./Branch

Sponsored
Projects
offered

Automobile

Civil Construction Management

--

Civil Structure

--

Mech - Design Engineering

--

Mech - CAD/CAM/CAE

Mech Production Engineering

--

Electronics Engineering

Automobile

10

Civil Construction Management

Civil Structure

Mech - Design Engineering

Mech - CAD/CAM/CAE

10

Mech Production Engineering

Electrical - Power Systems

Electronics Engineering

Electronics - Digital System

Computer Science &Engineering

Automobile

10

Civil Construction Management

Civil Structure

Mech - Design Engineering

Mech - CAD/CAM/CAE

10

Mech Production Engineering

13

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Passing
Year

2014-15

Program

Sponsored
Projects
offered

Dept./Branch

Master
of
Technology
(M. Tech.)

Electrical - Power Systems

Electronics Engineering

Electronics - Digital Systems

Computer Science &Engineering

Automobile

Civil Construction Management

Civil Structure

Mech - Design Engineering

12

Mech - CAD/CAM/CAE

10

Mech Production Engineering

16

Electrical - Power Systems

Electronics Engineering

Electronics - Digital Systems

Computer Science &Engineering

Total

63

 Faculty exchange and development


Industrial training for the faculty for industrial exposure and also to
understand culture and functioning of industries this has helped to know
the expectations of industry from engineering graduated. e.g. training in L
& T, Rajarambapu Patil Sugar Industry and Rajarambapu Sahakari Bank
Ltd.
 Research, Publication
Joint projects at PG level with industries have led to joint to paper
publication and patent. More than five papers are published every year and
there are 7 Patents in collaboration with industry.
 Consultancy, Extension
Civil Department third party inspection, Dr. A. B. Kakade and MBA
Department Dr.Bohra Extension activity with Rajarambapu Sugar
Factory & Rajarambapu sahakari Bank Ltd. Peth.
 Student placement
:Linkages provide job opportunities to students resulting in following
placement status.
Table 3.29: Placement Status of UG
UG Programmes
Automobile Engineering
Computer
&Engineering

Science

Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics
Telecommunication
Engineering
Information Technology
Mechanical Engineering

&

2011-12

2012-13

57/69
(82%)
64/72
(88%)
34/51
(66%)
53/70
(75%)

38/62
(61%)
42/63
(67%)
56/90
(62%)
60/84
(71%)

53/78
(67%)
37/38
(97%)
122/161
(75%)

2013-14

29/58 (50%) 42/73 (58%)


37/68 (54%) 39/60 (65%)
46/64 (72%) 55/99 (56%)
37/68
(54%)

55/93 (59%)

38/67
(57%)

33/69
(48%)

40/67 (60%)

23/32
(72%)
98/117
(84%)

49/76
(64%)
107/128
(84%)

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77/118
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Table 3.30: Placement Status of PG


PG Programmes
Automobile Engineering
Civil
Construction
Management
Civil Structure
Mech.
Engineering

Design

Mech. - CAD/CAM/CAE
Mech.

Production
Engineering
Electrical
Power
Systems
Electronics Engineering
Electronics
Systems
Computer
&Engineering

Digital
Science

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

14/15
(94%)
15/15
(100%)
17/17
(100%)
16/16
(100%)
16/16
(100%)
17/18
(94%)

16/17
(94%)
18/18
(100%)
17/18
(94%)
18/18
(100%)
16/16
(100%)
15/16
(94%)
16/16
(100%)
13/15
(87%)
14/16
(87%)
14/14
(100%)

18/18
(100%)
17/17
(100%)
16/17
(94%)
18/19
(94%)
17/17
(100%)
19/19
(100%)
17/17
(100%)
17/17
(100%)
14/18
(78%)
15/21
(71%)

NA
16/17
(94%)
NA
NA

2014-15
10/17 (59%)
18/18
(100%)
17/17
(100%)
15/18 (83%)
11/17 (65%)
14/18 (78%)
14/17 (82%)
10/18 (56%)
9/16 (56%)
10/17 (59%)

3.7.3 Does the College have MoUs nationally / internationally and with
institutions
of
national
importance/other
universities/
industries/corporate houses etc.? If yes, explain how the MoUs have
contributed in enhancing the quality and output of teaching-learning,
research and development activities of the College?
Yes, College has MoUs with leading organizations. The details for the last
four years (2011 to 2015) are given below.
Table 3.31: List of activities carried under MoUs
Sr.
No
.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10

Name of the Company /


Institute
Modi Motors Agencies
Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
SC Auto Agencies Pvt.
Ltd., Mumbai
Scientech Technologies
Pvt. Ltd., Indore
Kalyani
Infotech
Solutions Ltd., Pune
Global Talent Track,
Pune (GTT)
Blazeclan Technologies
Pvt. Ltd., Pune
IRB
Infrasturcure
Developers
Ltd.,
Mumbai
Siemens PLM Software
India Pvt. Ltd., Gurgaon
Dr. Fixit Institute of
Structural Protection &
Rehabilitation, Mumbai
Centre for Technology
Alternatives Rural Areas
(CTARA), Mumbai

Date of
Signing

Activities carried under MoU

2/5/2011

Arranged Training Programme

2/5/2011

Students Training & Placement

19/5/2011

Students Training, Sponsored Projects, Placement etc.

30/05/2011 Provide exclusive training on CAD/CAM/CAE software


5/9/2011

Students Training

30/09/2011 Students Training, Placement


1/11/2011

In plant training to students, Employees, Technical consultancy,


Sharing of Laboratory facility, Suggestion for curriculum
development, Work as a resource person etc.

30/11/2011 Provide exclusive training on NX CAD/CAM/CAE, Solid Edge


18/2/2012

Worshops for students, faculty, engineers & contractors

4/4/2012

Research & collaborative projects

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Sr.
No
.
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Name of the Company /


Institute
Scope T&M Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai
Appropriate
Rural
Technology
Institute
(ARATI)
Superstar
Agro
Industries Ltd., Zambia
GeoICON Pvt. Ltd.,
Singapore
Firstnaukri.com, Pune (a
division of M/s. info
Edge India Ltd.,Pune)
Futuretime
Solutions,
Mumbai
Islampur
Municipal
Council, Islampur

Date of
Signing

Activities carried under MoU

1/6/2012

Training & Placement

24/07/2012 Training & Development


27/8/2012

Students Training & Placement

1/11/2012

Training & Joint Consultancy

21/12/2012 Students Placement


18/01/2013 Students Training & Placement
9/5/2013

Extending testing & consultancy facilities, Extending technical


expertise, Enhancement in students training, etc.
Staff Training, Industrial Visit to students, Projects to PG
students

18

TATA Motors, Pune

13/6/2013

19

Fulcrum, Pune

13/6/2013

20

John Deere India Private


13/6/2013
Limited, Pune

Internship & Project opportunities for UG & PG students,


Placement, training to staff & students, Suggestions for
curriculam development

21

Forbes Marshall, Pune

13/6/2013

Internship & Project opportunities for students, Staff Training

22

JCB India Limited, Pune

13/6/2013

Industrial Visit, Procject Opportunities, Training program to staff


& students, Placement

23

SoftTech Engineers Pvt.


13/6/2013
Ltd., Pune

Guest Lectures, Training Program for Staff & Students

24

Government College of
Engineering, Amravati

9/7/2013

Joint Projects of students & faculties, joint publications, joint


sponsored projects from funding agencies, joint faculty & staff
development programs, joint consultancy projects, etc.

25

Bharatiya
Vidya
Bhavans Sardar Patel
18/7/2013
College of Engineering,
Mumbai

Joint work on research projects, consultancy assignments, faculty


& staff development programmes, consideration of faculty for
M.Tech/Ph.D. admission, etc.

26

Vigyan Ashram, Pabal

22/7/2013

27

Walwa Taluka Engineers


Association, Islampur

6/8/2013

28

29

30

31
32
33
34

Staff Training & Visit, Students' Training & Placement

Joint collaboration of exploring following Academic & Research


opportunities for development
In-plant training to employees & students, technical consultancy,
Sharing of laboratory & library facilities, Guest Lectures,
Sponsored Projects, Suggestions regarding currirulum design,
Joint efforts in R&D, etc.

Micro Axis Auto and


Technical Collaboration, Technical Inputs, Technical Assistance,
Engineering
Center, 17/12/2013
Technical Studies as per SPV's Requirement, etc.
Yadrav
Training to employees, Technical Consultancy by RIT, Students
Mutha
Group
of
1/2/2014 Placement, Library-Laboratory-Equipments-Expertise Sharing,
Industries, Satara
Admission to P.G. to employees, Joint effrots in R&D, etc.
Krishna Institute of
Medical
Sciences
Sponsored Projects to students, Suggestions regarding
Deemed
University,
curriculum design, Guest Lectures, Visit to organization,
Karad
6/1/2014 Technical Consultancy to organization, R&D Activities
Staff & Students training, Students Placement, Technical
Yash Capacitors Pvt.
21/04/2014 Consultancy, Laboratory & Library sharing, Guest Lecture,
Ltd., Nashik
Sponsored Projects, Etc.
Zensar
Technologies
21/5/2014 Students Training, Faculty Training
Limited, Pune
Pranav Systtech Pvt.
1/6/2014 Students Project, Students Training
Ltd., Pune
Finite & Infinite, Pune

19/06/2014 Students Training & Staff Training

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Sr.
No
.
35

36
37

Name of the Company /


Institute

Date of
Signing

Staff & Students training, Students Placement, Technical


dB Devices Pvt. Ltd.,
25/06/2014 Consultancy, Laboratory & Library sharing, Guest Lecture,
Pune
Sponsored Projects, Etc.
Staff & Students training, Students Placement, Technical
WYSE
Biometrics
1/7/2014 Consultancy, Laboratory & Library sharing, Guest Lecture,
Systems Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Sponsored Projects, Etc.
O2 Breathing Brains,
11/8/2014 Preparation of students for campus recruitment drives
Miraj

38

Infosys, Bangalore

39

Extencore Solutions Pvt.


23/1/2015
Ltd., Pune

40

41

42

43

44

Activities carried under MoU

25/09/2014 Students Training, Placement

Semat
Excellence
11/3/2015
Centre, Pune
Siemens
Industry
Software India Private
12/3/2015
Limited & Three M
Software Solutions, Pune

Training on Post Graduate Diploma Certified Program, Post


Diploma Program & Short Term Program in CAD, CAE, CFD,
NVH, AUTOTRONICS, AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, etc.
Organize workshops, Android Mobility Lab Setup, Internship for
students, Assigning Industry Sponsored Projects to students
Training to UG & PG students on Siemens PLM Softwares

Industrial Projects to UG & PG Students, Training to industry


Apex Innovations Pvt.
employees, Sharing of laboratories/Equipments/library facilities,
20/06/2015
Ltd., Sangli
Joint Publications, R&D Activities, Expert Lectures & Seminars,
ec.
Training to UG & PG students on CATIA, NX, ANSYS,
DEVV Calculus LLP,
Hyperworks, MATLAB, etc. As well as train the students of
14/8/2015
Pune
Mechanical, Electrical & Electonics students on different
softwares on latest technologies as per industrial needs
Dr.
Ghali
College,
Student Exchange, Faculty Exchange, Collaborative Research
8/4/2015
Gadhinglaj
Activities, Collaborative Consultancy

3.7.4 Have the College industry interactions resulted in the establishment /


creation of highly specialized laboratories / facilities?
Yes, Industry Institute Interaction helped to develop following training centers
and facilities.
Table 3.32: Industry Sponsored Lab

Company
Name

Company
Sector

Name Of
Infrastructure

Type of
Infrastruct
ure

Nvdia
Graphics
Pvt.Ltd.

IT

Cuda Teaching
Centre

Joint Centre

Iit Bombay

Education

Aakash
Tablets

Joint Centre

BFSI

Cvt, Head
Lamp &
Bumper Of
Honda City
Car

Infrastructure

Hdfc Ergo
General
Insurance
Company
Ltd., Mumbai

Discipline

Computer & IT
Engineering and
Allied
Computer & IT
Engineering and
Allied
Mechanical
Engineering and
Allied

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Expenditure
on Setting
up of the
Cell / Body
(INR)

Amount
Contributed
by Industry
at the Time
of Setting up
of the Cell
(INR)

289,000

289,000

528,000

528,000

45,500

45,500

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Innovation-Sugarcane Harvester

Innovation- Prototype of Curd Maker Machine

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Nanyang Technological University

Community Services : Visit to Nevari, Tal.-Vita, Dist. Sangli

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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES


4.1

Physical Facilities.

4.1.1 How does the College plan and ensure adequate availability of physical
infrastructure and ensure its optimal utilization?
The college offers the following programs in its campus: Automobile
Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Information
Technology and Mechanical Engineering. They have their sufficient space for
physical infrastructure as per the requirements of AICTE in the form of class
rooms, laboratories, tutorial and seminar rooms, staff rooms and departmental
library. In addition to this there are central facilities in the form of library,
computing facility, canteen, student recreational facilities and conference
halls. Hostels and mess for students and staff quarters for teaching and nonteaching staff provide the residential facilities. Parking area is provided for
two wheeler and four wheeler vehicles.
The college is selected for the Technical Education Quality Improvement
Program (TEQIP) of the Ministry of Human Resources Development and the
World Bank for phase I and II.
The budget proposals for the purchase of new equipment and departmental
refurbishment are prepared and submitted by individual department every
year. The proposals are scrutinized and sanctioned for further process.
Up keeping and maintenance of the campus is done by institute level
maintenance cell.
Every department of the college possesses the seminar hall in addition to two
conference halls at institute level for conduction of academic and cultural
activities. Classrooms are used as per the time table prepared at the institute
level. Laboratories remain open after the college hours to cater the need of
students and faculty. Students can use any of the facilities in the campus for
academic and extra-curricular activities provided that academics do not
disturb, under the guidance of faculty and staff
Table 4.1: Physical Infrastructure
Sr. No.
1

Name of Building
ACADEMIC BUILDINGS

32887.00

1.1

Main Building No. 1

8689.70

1.2

Class room building

3500.00

1.3

Workshop No. 1

1730.00

1.4

Workshop No 2

1730.00

1.5

Smithy and Foundry

0271.40

1.6

Central Store

0154.00

1.7

Generator room

0049.40

1.8

Vehicle stands

0878.75

1.9

Canteen

0206.53

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Sr. No.

Name of Building

Built up Area
In Sq. M.

1.10

Servicing Center

0343.00

1.11

Hydraulics Lab

0654.00

1.12

Boiler House

0204.60

1.13

Snack Center

0022.60

1.14

Welding Shop

0270.00

1.15

Main Building No. 2

7532.00

1.16

Recreation Hall

0270.58

1.17

Instructional Building

4700.00

1.18

Structural Lab

0640.00

1.19

Continuous Education Center

1040.00

Under construction

4317.00

2.1

Library Building

3000.00

2.2

Classroom Building 3rd floor

1000.00

2.3

Energy Lab 1st& 2nd floor

0317.00

RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

15825.00

3.1

Guest House (G+1floor)

0700.00

3.2

Boys Hostels (4 Buildings)

6749.90

3.3

Mess

0682.60

3.4

Staff Quarters (670+1300+154)

2124.00

3.5

Ladies Hostel (2 Buildings)

2982.40

3.6

New Ladies Hostel in S. No.13/2

2586.00

Total Built up area (including under


construction)

53029.00

4.1.2 Does the College have a policy for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure in order to promote a good teaching-learning
environment? If yes, mention a few recent initiatives.
Yes. The Director, Deans and Heads of Departments engage in the policy
planning decisions to provide conducive teaching and learning environment.
Some of the initiatives undertaken include providing LCD projectors in every
department in some classrooms. College provides facilities for on line courses,
workshops with the help of renowned institutes to benefit in-campus and
outside students and faculty.
4.1.3 Does the College provide all departments with facilities like office room,
common room, separate rest rooms for women students and staff?
Yes. We do provide above facilities. There are office rooms for each
department head. Common meeting room for each department, common
rooms for women students and staff.
4.1.4 How does the College ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the
requirements of students/staff with disabilities?
The college has provided the elevator for physically handicapped students and
staff. Also provided toilets for such students separately. Ramps are provided to
cater need of such students and staff. It is proposed to provide the lifts for
Automobile and Mechanical Engineering Departments and MBA building.
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4.1.5 How does the College cater to the residential requirements of students?
Mention
* Capacity of the hostels and occupancy (to be given separately for men
and women):
The college provides hostel facilities for more than 1100 students.
Table 4.2: Capacity of hostels
Year of
Construction

Built up
Area, m2

Aryabhatta

1985

1333

49

147

Bhaskaracharya

1987

1411

53

157

Chanakya

1989

1804

52

182

Dronacharya

1994

2200

63

186

217

672

Name of Hostel

No. of
Rooms

No of Students

Boys

TOTAL
Girls
Eesha

1995/2001

1482

46

135

Fairy

2005/2006

1250

32

95

Gangotri

2014

696

17

59

Haripriya

2016

2580

42

168(Yet to
Allot)

137

457

TOTAL

Recreational facilities in hostels like gymnasium, yoga center, etc.


Brochure
In the Hostel campus there is a provision of gymnasium, basket ball and
volley ball courts, cricket ground with cement concrete wicket. In the
college campus there are kho-kho and kabaddi courts.
Students can avail the outdoor and indoor stadium (International level
badminton and table tennis courts) owned by Rajarambapu Sugar Factory.

Broadband connectivity / wi-fi facility in hostel/s.


The hostel campus is provided with Wi-Fi facility.

4.1.6 How does the College cope with the health related support services for its
students, faculty and non-teaching staff on the campus and beyond?
On campus college has round the clock ambulance facility. For medical
emergency college admits the patients in the hospitals in Islampur 1.5 km
from college. There is dispensary in the hostel campus and qualified doctor
visits the dispensary regularly and available every day from 9.00 pm to 10.00
pm. for any medical help. Health check up and blood donation camps are
arranged every year.
4.1.7 What special facilities are made available on the campus to promote
interest in sports and cultural events?
College provides the playgrounds required for various sports viz cricket,
football, basket ball. Volley ball, kho-kho, kabaddi, badminton, table tennis,
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hand ball. College gymkhana encourage the students for participation in


various sports competitions organized at zonal and inter zonal level organized
by university. Students are trained by qualified director of physical education
for these sports. Students participate in these activities and win prizes. College
gymkhana organizes inter-class sports competitions every year. Also organizes
inter engineering college competitions. The absence in academics due to such
participation is accounted favorably. The winners are awarded in annual social
gathering.
There is cultural cell to promote interest amongst the students. There is music
club in the college. Outside trainer is hired to train the interested students.
Students enthusiastically take part in the annual social gathering, showcase
their talent and they are awarded.
For every department there are students associations viz MESA (Mechanical
Engineering Students Association), CESA, EESA etc for conduct of various
curricular and extracurricular activities.
College organizes state level technical events attracting the students from
various colleges.
4.2

Library as a Learning Resource

4.2.1 Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the composition of
such a committee. What significant initiatives have been implemented by
the committee to render the library, student / user friendly?
RIT Central Library has three committees.
1) Library Advisory Committee. 2) Library Committee 3) Students Library
Committee.
Library Advisory Committee is an advisory body. The formation of said
committee is as follows

Director
Dean Academics
Dean Quality Assurance
Librarian

This Committee plays vital role in designing policy/decisions for smooth


running of the library. Suggesting guidelines to librarian in day to day
working of library.
Library committee consists

Chairman- Director
Members- All Deans
All HODs
One Student Representative
Secretary- Library Incharge

Quarterly meetings are held to discuss on agenda. Responsibilities of library


committee are advising in collection development, selecting books of
respective departments. To enrich the library by procuring leading national /
international print and e-journals, e-books .Guiding in budget allocation,
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policy decisions, forming rules regulations and controlling its implementation.


To advise librarian to solve administrative problems. Advise in tie up with
reputed libraries.
The student library committee consists One students from all B.Tech./
M.Tech I and MBA II and BBA III and S.Y. Diploma classes nominated by
HOD., one library staff and librarian. One meeting per semester is held to
discuss the agenda. Student members collect suggestions from students and
discuss in students library committee meeting. Students suggests text books,
general reading books and competitive exams books. Students suggestion are
useful in improving library services and smooth library functioning.
4.2.2

Provide details of the following:


Library Details
Total Area of the library

920 Sq. M.

Total Seating Capacity

150

Working Hours
On Working Days

8.00 am. To 8.00 pm.

Before Examination Days and


8.00 am. To 12 midnight
During Examination Days
On Holidays (only in before and
8.00 am. To 12 midnight
during examination days )
During Vacation ( only one month in
10.00 am To 5.45 pm.
summer vacation )
Layout of the library
Individual reading carrels
Lounge area for browsing and
relaxed reading
It zone for accessing e-resources

Access to the premises through


prominent display of clearly laid out
floor plan, adequate signage, fire
alarm, access to differently abled
users and mode of access to
collection

No
Reading Space 500 Sq.M. and
Reference Section.
Digital Library 100 Sq. M. having 40
computers, as well as Wi-Fi facility
available. IP based access to eresources which can be accessible in
campus 24*7 hours.
Display floor plan showing various
sections. Each rack has adequate
signage. All the area is provided with
firefighting system. Library building is
on ground floor so it can easily
accessible to differently abled users and
first preference is given for circulation.
Liberal policy is implemented for them.

** RIT Central Library will soon be housed in an independent, four storied, air
conditioned and wi-fi enabled building with a carpet area of over 35,000 Sq.
ft. It will be full fledged, high tech learning center for the engineering and
management community in the vicinity and, in particular for students, faculties
and staff of the Institute.
The lower ground floor having area of 6475 Sq. ft. shall be reserved for
stacking. A Bank and ATM facility could be availed on the same floor.
The upper ground floor will have availability of waiting room, index search,
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circulation counter, reference section and digital library. There would be


space for exhibition and cabins for the library staff here.
The first and second floors are primarily dedicated for the stacking of books.
Here, we shall also have cubicles for research scholars, who could
accommodate 32 of them and digital library. There would be two ultra
modern reading halls on these floors which can accommodate more than 500
learners, each table shall be provided with a terminal for laptop/notepad.
Third floor will have for cafeteria.
By this RIT would add a distinguished feature to its academic ambience, soon!
4.2.3

Give details on the library holdings.


Table 4.3: Library Holdings
Description

Total Number

Print
Books
82123
Back Volumes 2191
Thesis *2822

87136

Non Print
Microfiche - No
AV No
CD 2349
Electronic
e-books - 89
e-journals Full Text 7817
Special Collection Text Books - 73685
Reference Books - 8251
Standards- 373
Patents - 27

4.2.4

2349

7906

82336

Thesis / Dissertations are kept in respective departmental libraries for


effective usage.

What tools does the library deploy to provide access to the collection ?
* OPAC ( Online Public Access Catalogue )
OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility is made available
through In house Library Management Software. One separate node is
made available at front of library entrance for OPAC facility. And OPAC
can be search in campus. Simple search facility by giving Title, Author,
Accession No is provided through OPAC.
* Electronic Resource
digitallibrary.html

Management

package

for

e-journals

* Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases : JGate Management


*

Library Website.
The library does not have a separate Website, but on Institutes website
library webpage provides all information about library. It provides direct
link to e-resources.

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* In-house / remote access to e-publications.


A well equipped Digital Library with having 40 nodes is available in the
Central Library for access to e-publications. However the access facility
to e-publications is multiuser and IP based the user can access the epublications from anywhere in the campus 24*7 hours.
4.2.5

To what extent is the ICT deployed in the Library?


* Library Automation.
In house Library Management software is used for library automation. All
the books updated in the database. The bibliographic information about
the collection is made available through library OPAC system. All
circulation process is done by barcode. All books are bar-coded.
* Total no. of computers for public access. 42
* Total no. of printers for public access. 2
* Internet band width speed. - 100 mbps. Leased Line
*

Institutional Repository.
Question Paper Repository All previous question papers are scanned and
class and department wise files are made available for the users in the
digital library.

Content Management system for e-learning.


Institute is using moodle content management system for e-learning since
January 2016.RIT is using a central Moodle server as learning
management system. The Moodle sever is useful as a learning platform
designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single
robust, secure and integrated system to create personalized learning
environments. The server is also used as centralized repository for various
resources like syllabus, rules and regulations and college magazine etc.
The URL to access Moodle server is: http://172.22.4.64/moodle/login/index.php

Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)

4.2.6

Self-supported member of INDEST .

Provide details (per month) with regard to.


* Average number of walk-ins. 300 to 350
* Average numbers of books issued / returned.

Issued ( 5590 per month )


Return ( 5421 per month )

Ratio of library books to students enrolled.


( Total Books 82123 / Total students 3396) : 24 books : 1 student

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* Average number of books added during last three years.


Table 4.4: Number of books added during last three years
Year

No. of books added

2012-2013

3891

2013-2014

10398

2014-2015

6435

Total for 3 years

20724

Average per year

6908

* Average number of login to OPAC


- 150
* Average number of login to e-resources.
- 6327
* Average number of e-resources downloaded / printed.- 8214
* Number of information literacy trainings organized.- 1 per semester
4.2.7

Give details of the specialized services provided by the library.


* Manuscripts. No
* Reference.
A separate reference section available. Library has rich collection of
reference books like encyclopedias, handbooks , manuals, dictionary and
other reference books. Faculty as well as students have access to all
references. The library has institutional membership of ARAI, Pune for
additional reference. Various-journals and print journals are available for
reference.
* Reprography.Reprography, scanning and printing facility is available through one
reprographic machine and one scanner printer. Library charges Rs. 1 for
per copy, it is concessional rate for the users. Details of tools are as
follows*Reprography- There are one reprographic machine having make Canon
2318 L.

*Scanner Printer Make Laser Jet Mono Multifunction printer M 1005,


Print resolution true 1200*1200 dpi, Scan resolution 600*600 dpi.
Print speed 14 ppm.
ILL ( Inter Library Loan Service ).

Library has institutional membership of ARAI, Pune.


Students have access to ARAI Library
* Information Deployment and Notification.

Faculty and

The information regarding author, title, acc. no. can be deployed through
OPAC. The library notices displays. New arrival displays at the front of
the library.
* OPAC.
OPAC is available for searching book by author, title, accession no or
department.
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Internet Access.

Every user has access through networking or Wi-Fi.


* Downloads.
The user can download from e-resources as per requirement.
* Printouts.
The facility is available in concessional rates. Two machines are made
available in the library for that.
* Reading List / Bibliography compilation.
The library has maintained digital catalogue (OPAC) which offers all the
details regarding the books.
* In house / remote access to e-resources.
More than 7817 e-journals and 89 e-books are subscribed by the central
library. All e-resources have multiuser and IP based access so can easily
accessible from anywhere within the campus. Wi-Fi facility is available.
Library has separate digital library having 40 computers. NPTEL Video
lectures facility is also available. Users can see or download the lectures.
* User Orientation.
User orientation programme is conducted at the beginning of the every
academic year for UG/PG/MBA students. Library tours are arranged for
students that time all library information as well as sections of library, how
to avail library facility, about e-resources, such type of information are
given by library.
* Assistance in searching Databases.
User can search book through OPAC by using title, author facility.
Library staff assists the users in searching the books or e-resources.
* INFLIBNET / IUC facilities. No.

The library also has surveillance system comprising network of color


e cloud 600 TVL Dome Camera and e cloud 8 mm bullet camera. Total
14 camera with 16 channel DVR for security.

4.2.8 Provide details on the annual library budget and the amount spent for
purchasing new books and journals.
Table 4.5: Annual library budget
Year

2014-15

2015-16

Budget
57,20,000

72,80,000
6,50,000 from TEQIP II

Amount Spent for purchasing new books and


journals (In Rs)
3394112 For Books
456025 For Print Journals
3394181 For E-resources
Total Rs. 70,89,218 /3043489.25 For Books
485560 For Print Journals
3616560 For E-resources
Total Rs. 71,45,609.25/-

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4.2.9 Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it analyzed
and used for improving the library services.
Yes, Library gets feedback from its users by suggestion box, by personally to
library incharge or by student library committee meeting. The feedback
collected from these sources placed before library advisory committee for
further action. Feedback from users is useful for adding new titles, general
reading books, competitive examination books. And also important for
improving library services. We have also taken feedback from students using
feedback form.
4.2.10

List the infrastructural development of the library over the last four
years.
Table 4.6: Infrastructural development of the library
Year

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

Infrastructural
Development
Book Purchase
Print Journal Procurement
E-Journals & E-Books
Procurement
Computer
Zebra Printer
Book Purchase
Print Journal Procurement
E-Journals & E-Books
Procurement
Computer
Gate Exam Software
Book Purchase
Print Journal Procurement
E-Journals & E-Books
Procurement
CC TV Camera
Book Purchase
Print Journal Procurement
E-Journals Procurement
HP Printer

Cost

Total Cost (Rs.)

2011083.61
283810.00
1798765.00
126000.00
20559.00
6370920.05
371780.00

4240217.61

2703419.00
73800.00
47250.00
3394112.80
456025.00
3394181.00
78725.00
3043489.25
485560.00
3616560.00
12000.00

9567169.05

7323043.80

7157609.25

4.2.11 Did the library organize workshop/s for students, teachers, non-teaching
staff of the college to facilitate better Library usage?
Every year in the beginning of academic year orientation programme and
library tour are organized for UG, PG students.
Library sends monthly report of faculty visits and how many hours they spend
in library for to encourage and better library usages.
4.3

IT Infrastructure

4.3.1 Does the College have a comprehensive IT policy addressing standards on


IT Service Management, Information Security, Network Security, Risk
Management and Software Asset Management?
Yes, we have IT policy. Details are attached in Annexure-V.
4.3.2 Give details of the Colleges computing facilities (hardware and software).
* Number of systems with configuration
DELL Desktop OPTIPLEX -3020 MT (i3 UBUNTU) 8 32000
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256000 Intel 4th generation Core i3-4150 (Dual Core, 3MB Cache,
3.50 GHz, w/HD 4400 Graphics), 4GB DIMM (4GB x1) DDR3 @
1600MHz, 500GB @7200 RPM 3.5"" SATA Hard Drive, No Optical Disk
Drive, Intel H 81 Chipset Mother Board, Integrated Intel HD Graphics
4600 (with select CPUs)Total 1368 P IV and above machines
* Computer-student ratio- 1:3
* Dedicated computing facility- Computer Center (128) + Central Library
(50)
* LAN facility- We have connected all PCs with LAN with Core Switch,
Managed Switches and Unmanaged Switches.
* Wi-Fi facility- We have connected college and hostel campus with more
than 75 indoor access points and 4 outdoor access points.
* Propriety software / Open source softwaresTable 4.7: List of Propriety software / Open source softwares
Sr. No

Description

Quantity

E & TC Engineering
1

MATLAB software 6 RELIO

01

MATLAB FUZZY toolbox 6

01

MATLAB SIMULINK

01

ORCAD layout premier PCB software

01

Mathematic a ver 5.0 Software

01

IDL Version 5.6 Network Floating License

ULTIBOARD 2001

01

Multisim 7, Software

01

Commsim 2001, software

01

10

PROTEUS VSM Software ( V.S.82, Shell V6.00)

11

8051 Family Development Tool

01

12

Active HDL, Software ( V 8.1 )

(10 user) 01 set

13

Swift Gate Software ( 2-0-50 client )

(50 user) 01 set

14

NI Lab View 8.6.1

(10 user) 01 set

15

V-sim/Communication suit

(10 user) 01 set

16

SCARM- Compiler, Assembler, Linker

(1 user) 02 set

17

Additional License for SCARM

(1 user) 02 set

18

Tina 8 design suit

(05 user) 01 set

19

Tanner EDA Tool

(05 user) 01 set

20

FEKO Software

(05 user) 01 set

21

Espoir Smart Interview Simulator

22

Windows Pro 8 Paper license FQC-06437

23

Qualnet Capabilities EXATA 4.0

24

Windows Pro 8 Paper license FQC-08173

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(10 user) 01 set

01
(21 user) 01 set
01
(20 user) 01 set
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Sr. No
25

Description
V-Sim Embedded control Developer

Quantity
(05 user) 01 set

IT Engineering
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36

37

38
39
40
41
42
43
44

Software: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SNGL OLP NL Aca.


228-09407 Paper License with Media CD
Softwares: Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010, SNGL
OLP NL, Aca, 79P-03527 Paper License With Media CD 1
No.
Softwares Microsoft Windows Pro 8 SNGL OLP Aca. Upgrade
FQC-06437 Paper License
Softwares: Microsoft SQL Server 2014 SNGL OLP NL Aca
228-10333
Softwares: Microsoft SQL Server CAL 2014 SNGL OLP NL
359-06076
Software: Microsoft Windows Professional 7 - Microsoft
Windows Pro 7 SNGL OLP Aca. Upgrade FQC 02312 Paper
License With Media CD 1 No.
Software: Linux Red Hat Enterprise, Red Hat Linux Enterprise
Server Edition with Media CD
Softwares: Microsoft Windows PRO 8.1 SNGL OLP Aca.
Upgrade FQC-08173 Paper License
Softwares: RedHat Enterprise Linux Desktop Self Support 1
Yr. RH0844913 Paper License
Softwares: Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2010, Visual
Studio Pro 2010 SNGL Aca. C5E-00710 Paper License
Softwares: Microsoft Visual Studio Professional MSDN
Library, Visual Studio Pro MSDN ALNG OLP NL Aca. 77D00085 Paper License
Software: Microsoft Windows Server Enterprise 2008,
Windows SVR ENT 2008 SNGL OLP NL Aca. P72 - 04203
Paper License With Media CD
Softwares: Microsoft Windows Server Enterprise 2008 Client
Access Licenses, Windows SVR CAL 2008 SNGL OLP Aca. R
- 18 - 02639 Paper License (Price Included In Microsoft
Windows Server 2008)
Software: Espoir Smart Interview Simulator 1 CD, 10 Books
Software: EspoirKnowlegde Based English Communication
Proframme Smart English Through Technology & Science
Software: Espoir Knowledge Based English Communication
Proframme Smart Communication Through Management Ideas
Softwares: Microsoft Windows Server STD 2012 SNGL OLP
Aca. P73-06272 Paper License
Softwares: Microsoft Windows Server CAL 2012 SNGL OLP
NL Aca CAL R1804273
Softwares: Microsoft Visual Studio Pro 2013 SNGL OLP NL
Aca C5E-01120 Paper License R1804273

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3
5
1
1
2
1
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1
4
2

5
1
1
1
1
5
1

45

Software: Seagate Crystal Report 2008

46

Software: Oracle 11G STD 5 User

47

Windows Pro10 SNGL OLP NL Upgrade FQC-09512

16

48

Quick heal Admin Console TS (215 User 3 Years)


Bill No-SUD11/1415/0939 Dead Stock N.-RIT/CCF/D02/7/30

Electrical Engineering
49

50

OrcadPspice
01) Orcad capture
02)OrcadPspice A/D
03) Orcad Layout plus
Power tool for windows
(DAPER+CAPTOR+Unbalancedthreephase/single phase
studies +TMS) 20BUS & 75 components

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5 User

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Sr. No

Description

Quantity

51

Mipower software version 6

10User

52

ETAP 7.5.1 50 Bus 5 user LAN Educational


[BM,LF,SC,STAR,MA,TS,HA

5 User

53

Institutional Package Espoir Smart Interview simulator

54
55

Institutional Package Espoir knowledge base English


communication Program
Institutional Package Espoir knowledge base English
communication Program through Management Idea

01
01
01

56

Microsoft Paper License Academic win 8(UPGL)

10

57

MATLAB-14

25

58

Turnitin2 Anti Plagiarism

59

Windows10 Paper License

15

Automobile Engineering
60

HyperWork

05

61

CarSim

10

62

MatLab

02

63

Ansys

64

Catia

65

Autocad

Civil Engineering

66

Windows 2000 Service Pack

01

67

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

01

68

Microsoft Windows 2000 Client License

10

69

Redhat 7.2 Pro .Acd. Edition

01

70

Microsoft Windows 98 Commercial Edition

10

71

AutoDesk Map Series 2004

03

72

AutoDeskLand Desktop 2004

03

73

AutoDesk Architectural Desktop 2004

02

74

STRUDS on windows Advanced Network Version 8.9.1 with


STRUDS steel network Version 1.0

10

75

QE-Pro Version 5.6.1

01

76

SEPL LS Drafter

01

77

SEPL Ret. Wall Version 1.0

01

78

ESRGSR

01

79

HIT Office Software

02

80

STRAP Structural Analysis suite

01

81

SAP 2000 & ETAB

01

82

Staad pro 8vi

05
Mechanical Engineering

83

C N C Training Simulation Software

05

84

Software Statsica

01

85

Software Statsica QC charts

01

86

MATLAB

10

Multi variate Analysis

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Sr. No

Description

Quantity

87

UG NX 4.0 CAD/CAM/CAE Software

10

88

Solid Works + COSMOS CAD &CAe Software

10

89

MSC. Nastran &Patran

10

90

CATIA V5 R15 CAD/CAM/CAE Software

10

91

Altair Hyper Works Suit 500 HWU

01

92

ANSYS Intermedia Multi Physics Version 9.0

10

93

Automation Studio Version5.6-Pneumatic Lib., Proportional


Pneumatic Lib.,Hy. Lib., Pro.HY. Libbrary,HMI

06

94

CAM Express

20

95

NXCAD/CAM/CAE

20

96

Solid edge

20

97

Technomatrix

05

98

Teamcenter

20

99

Abaqus Software
SIMULA Academic Teaching Suit 2.5 Lakh Nodes ( Includs
Abaqus, Fe Safe, Tosca &Isight)

01

100

Witness process modeling simulation and optimization

01

101

Automation Studio 5.6

01

102

Witness13 latest version including as mentioned below:


Witness Simulation Software.,Witness Optimizer.
Witness Documentor.Witness Virtual Reality.
(dongle less license)

20 Users newdongle less


license)

Computer Center
103

Windows 95 (Licence Software)

104

Microsoft Office 95 version 7.0 Academic Edition

105

Visual Studio Enterprize Edition Version 6.0,

106

Windows XP Professional

107

Windows 7 Starter 32 Bit

150

108

Windows Pro 7 SNGL OLP Aea Upgrade FQC-02312

150

109

Windows SVR STD 2008 SNGL OLP Aea P73-04966

110

Windows SVR CAL 2008 SNGL OLP Aea R18-02639

10

111

Microsoft Office

10

112

Microsoft SQL SVR 2012 R2 SNGL OLP NL Aea 228-09873

113

Microsoft SQL SVR CAL 2012 R2 SNGL OLP NL Aea 35905693

114

Visual Studio Pro 2010 SNGL OLP NL CSE-0070

115

Microsoft Windows 98 Commercial Edition

10

116

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Academic Edition CD Media

117

Microsoft Windows 2000 Client Licence

10

118

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Academic Edition Education


Option Pack

119

Redhat 7.2 Pro. Academic Edition

120

Turbo C++ Academic Edition

10

121

Microsoft Windows 2003 Server for 50 User Client

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Sr. No
122
123
124
125
126
127

Description
Network Management Software NMS Extreme Networks
Epicenter 250 users
Software for User Access Management : Extreme Networks
Policy Management
Visual Studio Pro 2010 SNGL OLP WL ACA.CSE-00710Licensec No 68063301ZZE1302
Microsoft Paper License Academic Win Pro 8 SNGL

Quantity
1
1
1
12

Windows SL 8.1 SNGL OLP NL Academic Legalization Get


Genuine 4HR-00400 Paper License
Microsoft Office STD 2013 SNGL OLP NL Academic 02110234 Paper License

82
55

128

VmwareVsphere Academic Part No. VS5-OSTD-A Qty -08 (2)

129

Windows Pro 8 SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC-06437

130

Windows Pro 8.1 SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC-08173


Paper Licence

131

Quick Heal Antivirus Endpoint Security for 3 years

678

132

Quick Heal Antivirus Endpoint Security for 3 years for IT


Dept.

215

Computer Science &Engineering


133

Operating System -Linux Server (7.2) Professional

134

Mandrake Linux 10.0 Powerpack Operating System

135
136

Microsoft Windows Server Enterprice 2008 SNGL OLP (5 No.


of CALS)
Windows Pro8 : windows pro8 SNGL OLP Academic User-20
Upgrade FQC-06437

137

Microsoft office 2000, Academic Edition

138

Oracle 9i, 5 User License

139

Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 (01 No. of CD)

140

Microsoft Windows 2000 server (01 No. of CD)

141

Oracle Database Enterprise Edition 10 G Lic (17 No. of CDs)

142

Enlitor 3.0 - 50 User License 1 CD

143

Oracle 11 G, Standerd 5 User Pack

144
145

146

Simulator : Institutional Package : Espoir Smart Interview


Simulator CDS-2
Institutional Package:Espoir smart Interview Simulator.10
Students at a time & 100 copies of Espoir smart Interview
Companion
Institutional Package:EspoirKnowledgebased English
Communication Program smart English through Technology &
Science. Including of Espoir smart Interview Companion

147

Windows 2000

148

Visual Studio 6.0

149

Rational S/W Media - 3 CDs, 10 User Licences 1) CD-1


CD-2 3) CD-Documentation

150

Msoffice 2003 Pro. AE Full Pack- 2 CDs

151

Studio MX 2004 With Flash Pro AE Pack- 2 CDs

152
153
154
155

10 copies

2)

Adobe Photoshop Element Ver 3.0 on Win AE- 1 CD


Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2010, SNGL OLP NL Aca 79P
03527
Windows Pro 8.1 SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC-08173
Paper License (Output VAT @ 5%)
Windows NT Server With 10 Clients

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Sr. No

Description

156

Windows 98 (10 CDs)

157

Maya 6.5 Unlimited Ver AE (8 CDs)

158

Microsoft Visual Studio .net Pro AE Full Pack (9 CDs)

159

Microsoft Visual Studio Pro 2011 SNGL OLP NL Aca C5E 00710 ( 4 No. of License)

160

Camtasia Studio Academic

161

Windows Pro 8.1 SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC-08173


Paper License (Output VAT @ 5%)

162
163
164
165

Novell Netware 6.5 (7 Nos of CDs)


Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES 4 Basic, 3 Year Support,
Corporate Training Program For 15 Members, RHCE
Swift Applying Imaginations- Sangli SGS 2.0, 50 Client
License Pack, Comp Engineering
Windows Pro 8.1 SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC-08173
Paper License (Output VAT @ 5%)

166

Quick Heal Antivirus Endpoint Security. 160 Users, for 3 Year

167

Microsoft Windows 2003 Server with 5 CAL AE

168

Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition 2008, English


Academic Edition

169

Foss Lab Server Harddisk

170
171
172

Quantity

Software: Microsoft Office STD2013 SNGL OLP NL


Academic 021-10234 Paper License (Include Output VAT
@5%)
Windows Pro 8.1 SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC-08173
Paper License 20 Users (Output VAT @ 5%)
WINDOWS PRO 8 : SNGL OLP Academic Upgrade FQC06437

* Number of nodes/ computers with internet facilityAll computers (1368) in institute are having internet facility.
* Any other* We have Dell VRTX Server on which we deployed 19 servers.
4.3.3 What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and
upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
One modular core switch (BD 8086), SOPHOS XG 310 Next Generation
Firewall with HA mode, 8 PoE switches with 24 port, 1 Layer 3 switch, 3
distribution switches, 8 Access level (PoE) switches, 75+ Wi-Fi APs and 100
Mbps leased line we are providing internet facility with Wi-Fi and wired , 24
hours, For students and Staff to their personal Laptops / Mobiles as well.
Six Servers, Dell VRTX Server having 4 blade servers, 256 GB RAM , 11 TB
HDD and 19 virtual servers deployed on it.
4.3.4 Give details on access to online teaching and learning resources and other
knowledge, and information provided to the staff and students for quality
teaching, learning and research.

Moodle :- Faculties upload resource materials like course plan, In


Semester Evaluation(ISE) Plan, Lab Manual, PPTs, Notes, Video Lectures
on moodle server also faculties can assess students through various
activities on moodle like assignments, quizzes and tutorials. Students can
also upload the assignments and see quize marks on moodle.

IONCUDOS: -This software is used to calculate attainments of both


course and program outcomes. There is provision for indirect attainment
through stakeholders survey. Based on this attainment curriculum can be

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refined. Students can give course exit survey on IONCUDOS software.

QEEE:-Our institute is selected among 100 engineering college in India


for QEEE pilot program. The goal of this program is to utilize high quality
pedagogical resources to enhance learning in a wider student community.

Blended MOOCs:- IIT Bombay proposed blended MOOCs which attempts


to combine the benefits of MOOCs and conventional teaching, and
envisages factoring of MOOCs marks in the subject grade computed for a
student of that subject in a regular degree program. RIT is one amongst 50
Institutes working closely with IIT Bombay as Remote Centers (RCs) of
the program. In academic year 2015-16 Sem I RIT is registered for
following courses:
Computer Programming
No of faculty members registered = 02
Class = SY CSE and SY IT
Number of students = Approximately 120
Thermodynamics
No of faculty members registered = 03
Class = SY Mech, SY Auto
Number of students = Approximately 120
Activities:
A-view interactions with faculties and students
Resource material sharing using MOODLE
Online quizzes
Discussion forum for students and faculties

IITB nodal center


Our Institute is selected as nodal center for outreach program of IITs.
Through this program various workshops are arranged for faculty and
students.
MKCL online MCQ software:- This software is incorporated as a part of
End Semester Evaluation(ESE) for each course.
Webinars:- Various webinars are organized in collaboration with IUCEE,
NI etc. for faculties and students.

4.3.5 Give details on the ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces available


within the College and how they are utilized for enhancing the quality of
teaching and learning.
Each classroom is equipped with LCD projector, laptop/PC, wired/wireless
internet connection. Online resources and course material is utilized for
effective teaching-learning.
4.3.6 How are the faculty facilitated to prepare computer aided teachinglearning materials? What are the facilities available in the College or
affiliating University for such initiatives? Departments and their staff.
All faculties are provided with computers and Wi-Fi connections which
enables them to prepare computer aided teaching-learning materials..
4.3.7 How are the computers and their accessories maintained? (AMC, etc.)
We are getting 3 Years warranty on new computer purchase from seller.
For old computers maintenance we have Hardware Assistant, one Network
Admin and two Lab Assistants.
4.3.8 Does the College avail of the National Knowledge Network connectivity
directly or through the affiliating University? If so, what are the services
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availed of
NO
4.3.9 Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for update,
deployment and maintenance of the computers in the College?
1

Maintenance of the computers in the college

9 lakh

2
3

Central Computing Capital budget


Internet & Networking

13 lakh
50 lakh

4.4

Maintenance of Campus Facilities

4.4.1

Does the College have an Estate Office / designated officer for overseeing
maintenance of buildings, class-rooms and laboratories? If yes, mention a
few campus specific initiatives undertaken to improve the physical
ambience.
Yes our Institute has the Estate cum Maintenance office and it is under Dean,
Infrastructure (Estate officer).

Dean, Infrastructure is a Sr. Professor level teaching staff having experience of


construction and maintenance. The separate budget has been provided for Building
maintenance & housekeeping.
4.4.2 Does the College appoint staff for maintenance and repair? If not, how
are the infrastructure facilities, services and equipment maintained? Give
details.
Yes, College has appointed the staff for maintenance and repair as follows
1) Maintenance Engineer (Civil) He looks after the all maintenance of
Buildings, Furniture, Garden, Toilets, water supply and Sanitation, Roads
and all central facilities provided for Teaching-Learning process. He also
the responsible for development and up keeping of campus ambience.
2) Maintenance Engineer (Electrical) He looks after the all maintenance of
Electrical wiring, Electrical supply (Loads), metering, Gen-sets and all
electrical fitting and fixtures like fan, tubes etc.
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College Building II

Institute Library

Hostel Building

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CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION


5.1

Student Mentoring and Support

5.1.1 Does the College have an independent system for student support and
mentoring? If yes, what are its structural and functional characteristics?
Yes,
On joining the institute, a student or a group of students is assigned to a
faculty advisor who shall be mentor for a student throughout his/her tenure in
the institute. A student shall be expected to consult the faculty advisor on any
matter relating to Institute Academic Rules and Regulations to his/her
academic performance and the courses he/she may take in various semesters /
summer term. A faculty advisor shall be the person to whom the
parents/guardians should contact for performance related issues of their ward.
The role of a faculty advisor is as outlined below:
1. Guidance about the rules and regulations governing the courses of study
for a particular degree.
2. Paying special attention to weak students.
3. Guidance and liaison with parents of students for their performances.
Helping Weaker Students: A student with backlog/s should continuously
seek help from his/her faculty advisor, Head of the Department and the
Dean Student Development. Additionally he/she must also be in constant
touch with his/her parents/local guardians for keeping them informed
about academic performance. The institute also shall communicate to the
parents/guardians of such student at-least once during each semester
regarding his/her performance in In-semester evaluation and Mid-semester
examination and also about his/her attendance. It shall be expected that the
parents/guardians too keep constant touch with the concerned faculty
advisor or Head of the Department, and if necessary - the Dean Student
Development.
Student Counseling Cell Structure

Dr. Mrs. S. S. Kulkarni


- Director Chairperson
Dr. Suresh M. Sawant
- Dean Student Development
Mr. KalidasPatil
- Psychologist
Dr. Mrs. Jigna Shah
- Psychologist
Mr. M. M. Mirza
- Head
All class monitors are working as counselors.
Objectives

To help the students to overcome examination stress or fear.


To help the students facing depression caused by family problems,
academic or any other problem.
To help the students to make aware towards academic performance and
motivate them to take part in various activities conducted by the institute.
To increase the number of students completing the course in four years
with good academic record.

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5.1.2 What provisions exist for academic mentoring apart from class room
work?
Students are encouraged to participate in various technical events and
competitions. We also organize seminars, training and conferences through
various students associations.
Additional coaching is provided to academically weak students by giving
personal attention. Resource material is made available through ICT.
5.1.3 Does the College provide personal enhancement and development
schemes for students? If yes, describe techniques employed e.g., career
counseling, soft skill development, etc.
RIT has Training & Placement Cell, Competitive Exam Cell, and
Entrepreneurship Development Cell which help students to plan their careers
as per their choice and to achieve them.
We conduct Psychometric Test of all students in first year. As per the
personality and area of interest, students are counseled in a group and
individually if required.
Also we conduct Expectation Management Workshops regularly for all the
students.
Soft skills are the key to professional success. We have incorporated all the
soft skills in the curriculum. Students have communication subject in first year
wherein basics of communication are taught. In second and third year all
programmes have Professional Skill Development courses wherein one to
one communication, GDs, PIs, Letter Writing, Resume Writing, Email Writing
are included.
5.1.4 Does the College publish its updated prospectus and handbook annually?
If yes, what are the activities / information included / provided to students
through these documents? Is there a provision for online access?
College Annual Report, Academic Handbook, Information Brochure, College
Video CD and Prospectus with all necessary and up-to-date information such
as administrative and academic structure of the Institute, Courses offered,
facilities available, fee structure, examination and admission policies are
published each year. The prospectus is published both in hard and softcopies.
The softcopy version of the prospectus is uploaded on the institute website for
open access by aspirants. The Institute publishes its updated prospectus
annually where the main issues, activities, and information about the Institute
are incorporated.
The annual Prospectus include following data and information

Important information and guidelines regarding admission and application


procedure including online application
Mission and vision along with rules and regulation of the Institute
Special Features of the Institute
Details of facilities provided in the Library, Hostels and other
infrastructural facilities including sports, banking and canteen provisions
provided by the Institute

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Brief description of all the Departments along with faculty information and
available courses
Online access is provided to students to download the brochures through
Moodle. Academic Booklet is provided for First Year Students, Academic
Calendar with Curricular structure is provided on Institute Website.
5.1.5 Specify the type and number of scholarships / freeships given to students
(UG/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D./Diploma/others in tabular form) by the College
Management during the last four years. Indicate whether the financial aid
was available on time.
Financial Assistance provided to staff/ students through Community.
Objectives of the Community:
1. To establish, Promote and maintain a sense of co-operation, understanding
and ties among the students, the teaching & non-teaching staff, both past
and present, of Kasegaon Education Societys College of Engineering &
Polytechnic, Rajaramnagar, Sakharale (Dist. Sangli), to enable them to
fulfill their moral and social obligations towards the society at large,
primarily with the use of knowledge acquired and / or available at the
aforesaid college.
2. To spread technical knowledge, especially the latest technical advances.
3. To provide information regarding employment opportunities.
4. To provide consultancy services and expert guidance in the various fields
of engineering.
5. To give outright scholarships, loan scholarships, aid, help assistance and
guidance to the poor, needy and / or deserving students.
6. To distribute educational literature, to conduct tuition classes, vocational
guidance, educational seminars, symposiums and audio-visual
programmes and exhibitions.
7. To help run libraries, laboratories, workshops and sports activities.
8. To provide food, shelter and clothing to the poor, the needy and /or the
deserving.
9. To provide help whether monetary or otherwise for the alleviations of
sufferings.
10. To do all such other lawful acts, things and /or deeds which are or which
may be conducive and /or incidental to the achievement of the above
objectives and which are approved by the societies duly appointed
authorities.
Table 5.1: Financial Assistance provided in last Four years.
Year

Amount Distributed to
Students (Rs.)

Amount Distributed to Total Amount Distributed


Faculties (Rs.)
(Rs.)

2015-2016

1,04,366.00

46,000.00

1,50,366.00

2014-2015

41,000.00

35,000.00

76,000.00

2013-2014

10,000.00

10,000.00

20,000.00

2012-2013

20,000.00

54,724.00

74,724.00

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Table 5.2: List of students availed institutional scholarship/prizes


Sr. No.

Year

TA

TFWS

Prize

1
2
3
4

2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16

20
21
16
21

52
72
90
90

41
100
85
55

5.1.6 What percentage of students receives financial assistance from state


government, central government and other national agencies? (e.g.,
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY),SN Bose Fellow, etc.)

BSNL Scholarship for Technical Education has been received by one student
in academic year 2015-16 (Annuxture - VI)

5.1.7 Does the College have an International Student Cell to cater to the needs
of foreign students? If so, what measures have been taken to attract
foreign students?
We are trying to promote our institute to the international level. Admission of
South Sudan students to our institute is the best example of our efforts to show
case ourselves at international level.Now we are trying to promote ourselves in
the following countries for admissions.

Sudan
Ethiopia
Rwanda
Nepal
Bhutan

5.1.8 What types of support services are available for


* Overseas students Office
Institute Facilities available in Campus for all round development of students
Round the clock Internet Facility
Wi-Fi access points in the campus
Video conferencing facility
Excellent library facility with all text and reference books
Digital Library to access online journals
Regular Industrial visits
State of art equipments and well furnished laboratories.
Extra training sessions
Opportunity to participate in Curricular, extra-curricular activities.
Industrial training and Opportunity to work on industrial projects.
Language laboratory to improve oral and written communication skills
Professional counselor for counseling of students
Excellent Gymnasium
Indoor games facility such as badminton and Table tennis
Cricket stadium
Basket ball court
Musical club with all modern musical instruments
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Round the clock medical assistance


Insurance facility

Residential Facilities

Fully Air conditioned rooms


Pleasant surrounding/Landscape & conductive atmosphere for students
Supply of pure drinking water through RO System
Hot water supply through Solar system
Medical facility (RMO), well equipped Dispensary and Ambulance for
emergency including fire fighting equipments
Laundry facility
24 Hrs. internet facility through wireless system
24 Hrs. Electric Supply
Basket ball ground
Volleyball court
Jogging track
Cricket & Foot ball ground
Security vigilance round the clock in & outside the hostel
TV in each room, Well equipped kitchen (Area 17.9'X21.9') and qualified
cooks
Ante Room facility (Carpet area 15'X12.3'), Buffet Counter
Dining Hall/Party Hall (Area 27'X37.6') to cater 68 persons
Store Room (Area 6'X10')
Service Room (Area 8.6'12')
Drivers Dormitory (Area 11.3'X20')
Receptionist Lounge
Intercom facility in the room
Conference/Presentation hall (Area37.6'X36.3') Capacity of 100 persons
Terrace for doing yoga/exercises
Waiting Lobby for visitors with Sofa Sets
Wide passages and excellent lawns for morning walk
Beautiful entrance with flower bed

* Physically challenged / differently abled students


The college has provided the elevator for physically handicapped students
and staff. College also provides toilets for such students separately. Ramps
are provided to cater the need of such students and staff. It is proposed to
provide the lifts for Automobile and Mechanical Engineering Departments
and MBA building.
* SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
Various Scholarships schemes for SC, ST, OBC and other cast students
and Earn while Learn scheme are available for the economically weaker
students.
* Students to participate in various competitions/ conferences in India
and abroad
Yes, Institute sponsors the students to participate in conferences and
competitions in India & abroad E.g. 1) Ajinkya Patil - Dubai, 2) Nilesh
Agarwal, (SPEED Chapter)
* health centre, health insurance etc.
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RIT has been keen in providing students sufficient time and facilities for sports
and a Gymnasium, with indoor facilities.
The facilities for indoor games like table-tennis, carom, and chess are
available here. Volley-Ball, Basket-Ball, Badminton court, as well as Cricket,
Kho-Kho and Kabaddi, grounds make the gymkhana not less than a sports
complex. RIT shares the athletics track, food-ball &hockey fields with its
neighboring sports complex. Steps are being taken for holding periodic
events such as cricket matches, badminton and table-tennis tournaments,
chess and carom competitions, volleyball championship, and aerobics &
fitness training camps
The Swasthya Sadhana Mandir is equipped with the nine-station gym, vibrator
rowing machine.
Medical help is always available to the students in the form of Doctor on board
and even Ambulance facility is available in the institute to help in case of
emergencies in college. We are having tie-ups with expert doctors in Islampur
to cater to the various medical needs of the students and staff.
Group Insurance scheme for all faculties, staff & students as per the guidelines
of Shivaji University, Kolhapur is being implemented consistently for last
many years.
*

skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.)

  
   

      
        

 
    

* performance enhancement for slow learners / students who are at risk


of failure and dropouts
Slow learners are identified after result analysis and separate remedial
classes are scheduled regularly for clarifying basic concepts of students.
* exposure of students to other institutions of higher learning/ corporate
/business houses, etc.
RIT encourages students to participate in various state, national and
international level competitions or technical symposiums organized by
premier institutions/universities/industries. Institute provides registration
fees, TA, DA to all the students participating in such activities. Institute
also provides bus facility for industrial visits.
The following activities are carried out under RIT SPEED (Students
Platform for Engineering Education and Development) chapter
1) Educational visits & activities
Reformations Competition by IIT, Bombay, Pawai.
Pabal Ashram, Pune
Ramling Bet Visit, Bahe
2) RIT robotic lab workshop
Mobile Making
Robocalypse
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3) Student exchange program


JRE Group of Institutions, Noida
GNIT, Hyderabad.
4) In collaboration with IUCEE (INDO US COLLABORATION FOR
ENGINEERING EDUCATION)
Regional Student Forum Workshop for Academic year 2014 @ RIT.
Theme: 21stcentury challenges in Engineering (62 Participants from
Western Maharashtra)
Regional Student Forum Workshop for Academic year 2015 @ RIT.
Theme: Engineering education without borders (85 participants from all
over
Maharashtra and south INDIA)
Indian Student Forum Workshop @ BMS College, Banglore 12
students had
been participated from all 7 branches of RIT.
Global student forum workshop @ Dubai.
5) Entrepreneurship sessions
Expert Lecture by Nitin Mali, Entrepreneur of Zataka Misal Pav and
Madhur Tea.
6) Motivational sessions.
Case Presentations on Jaipur foot and Arvind eye care hospital by Prof.
subodh Ingleshwar
7) RIT robotic lab control ( e-yantra lab) and coordination.
8) Funding of small scale projects
SPEED Website hosting & maintenance.
Majaislampur website hosting and maintenance
9) Design development of business models in robotics (robocalypse).
Workshop conducted on Raspberry-pi for B.Tech students.
Workshop conducted on Firebird V500 and SPARK Robotic Platform
for B.Tech students.
10) GRE/TOEFL orientation and training program
More than 350 Students got benefitted from the orientation program
conducted with the help of our ALUMNI.
Orientation Program by Professional Trainers for more than 170
students.
First batch of GRE/TOEFL has been started with 60 students.
Achievements of speedsters
1. Our SPEEDSTERS cracked GRE Examination and got admitted in
prestigious universities of United States of America (USA).
a. Sourabh Kulkarni (ETC) MIT Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Lowell campus.
b. Suyash Kulkarni (MECH) - University of Cincinnati
c. Arpit (CIVIL)
d. Narendra Naukudkar(MECH)
e. Akhil (MECH)
2. BEST student of the year award winners and contenders of respective
department
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a. Sourabh Kulkarni from Dept of E & TC.


b. Shruti Kadam from Dept of IT.
c. Narendra Naukudkar from Dept Mech.
3. Ajinkya Patil Got selected as fecilitator for regional student workshop
in other colleges for academic year 2014.
4. Sanket Dhadke Got selected as facilitator for regional student
workshop in other colleges for academic year 2015.
5. Our Student Mr.Ajinkya Patil (B.Tech, E & TC) got selected as
External Affairs Officer for SPEED INDIA. Voting was conducted in
ICTIEE 2015 - International Conference on Transformations in
Engineering Education organized by B.M.S. College of Engineering,
Banglore in presence of all Eminent Personalities including Dr.
Krishna Vedula (Exe. Dir IUCEE).
* publication of student magazines
Vishwkarma Annual College Magazine - Tthe Institute publishes the
annual College Magazine Vishwakarma in which articles are contributed
by students& Staff. The well written articles from different disciplines are
developed under the guidance of student &staff coordinators.
5.1.9 Does the College provide guidance / coaching classes for Civil Services,
Defense Services, NET/SET and any other competitive examinations? If
yes, what is the outcome?
Cell: RIT Competitive Exam Cell
Objective: The competitive Exam Cell Has been created in college to
motivate students for all types of Competitive Exams such as GATE, CAT,
GRE, TOEFEL,GMAT, Civil services (UPSC, MPSC). The competitive exam
cell organizes the session on awareness about these exams. Also institute
arranges the session to guide students how to prepare for these exams. Under
this cell institute conducts coaching for these exams in our campus itself.
Each department has aCo-ordinator of competitive exam cell
Coaching is conducted through external agency for GATE exam for students
of final year. Also GRE Classes are conducted in the campus.
Table 5.3: Number of students cleared competitive exam
Year
2012

GATE
26

GRE TOEFL
02

CAT/CMAT/MBA CET
-

2013

20

01

--

2014

24

--

2015

33

04

17

5.1.10 Mention the policies of the College for enhancing student participation in
sports and extracurricular activities through strategies such as
* additional academic support, flexibility in examinations Reexaminations
* special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
* any other
We encourage student participation through notices, display of posters,
blackboard bulletins and class announcements. To appreciate the winners,
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their names are displayed on the blackboard, and the trophy is displayed at the
college entrance. Certificates are awarded to winners, participants and
members of the organizing committee. Winners are also given cash prizes.
Students participating in various University, State and National level sports
competition are provided with uniforms and sports materials, special dietary
requirements and Additional academic support by giving flexibility in
examinations to sports & cultural students. The college plans and organizes
extra and co-curricular activities all throughout the year to realize our vision
and mission goals and provide students with a holistic development.
5.1.11

Does the College have an institutionalized mechanism for placement of its


students? What services are provided to help students identify job
opportunities, prepare themselves for interview, and develop
entrepreneurship skills?
Yes. Institution has Training & Placement Cell which provides training and
job opportunities to students. The purpose of Training & Placement Office is
to give the students right knowledge, skill and aptitude and meet the
manpower requirements of the Industry.
This cell has one Training & Placement Officer and eight Training &
Placement coordinators (one from each department).
Objectives of Training & Placement office are:
Training: Provides training on aptitude, soft skills, presentation skills,
Group Discussion, Personal Interview, Email Writing, Resume Writing,
etc. to all students.
Expectation Management: Makes students aware about career options,
industry expectations from students and recruitment process of industries.
It helps them to choose right career path and focus & prepare to achieve
desired goals.
Motivation & Awareness: Motivates students to prepare themselves for
recruitment processes. Students are encouraged to practice aptitude and
other skills in groups after college working hours.
Campus Recruitment Drives: Provides maximum job opportunities to
students by inviting companies to institute.
Off campus recruitment drives: Provides maximum job opportunities to
students through off campus recruitment drives.
Government Job Opportunities: Provides the information about
government job opportunities available for students.

5.1.12

Give the number of students selected during campus interviews by


different employers (list the employers and the number of companies
who visited the campus annually for the last four years).
The following table shows data pertaining to the placement activity during
the last four years.
Table 5.4: Placement data
Academic Year

Recruiters (No.)

Students Placed (No.)

2014-15

66

216

2013-14

53

184

2012-13

62

208

2011-12

63

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Companies like TCS, Bharat Forge Ltd., Persistent Systems Ltd., Triveni
Turbine Ltd., Emerson Climate Technologies (India) Limited, IBM, Acty
System India Pvt. Ltd., Mithi Software Technologies Private Limited,
Cummins India Ltd., Syntel Ltd., Ixsight Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Prescient
Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Sanmar Group, Precision Automation and Robotics
India Ltd., Vistacore Corporation, Paramatrix Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,
Zensar Technologies Limited, L&T Infotech, KPIT Cummins, Kirloskar
Group, Mindtree Pvt. Ltd., Piaggio Vehicles Private Limited, Faurecia,
Cooper Corporation Pvt. Ltd., Mutha Industries, SCOPE T&M Pvt. Ltd.,
IFFCO - TokioGeneral insurance Co. Ltd, Mithi Software Pvt. Ltd., KPIT
Technologies Ltd., Liberty Videocon General Insurance Co. Ltd., etc. are
providing job opportunities to students.
Table 5.5: The List of Employers

PLACEMENT 2011-12
Name of the Company

ME
CH

AU
TO

CS
E

IT

ET
C

EL
EC
T

CIV
IL

MB
A

TO
TA
L

PACKA
GE

TCS, Pune

06

02

23

08

10

05

--

--

54

3.16

KPIT Cummins

--

--

--

--

02

--

--

--

02

2.80

Cummins India Ltd., Pune

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

4.15

Mindtree, Banglore

--

--

05

02

02

--

--

--

09

3.20

Vistacore Corp. Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

08

--

08

2.72

IRB Infrastructure Developers


Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

06

--

06

1.80

Piaggio Ltd.

07

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

07

3.00

Bharat Forge

21

05

--

--

--

06

--

--

32

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

--

03

2.16

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

--

02

2.80

Sr
No

9
10

Progressive Civil Const. Co. (P)


Ltd.,
Aquatech Systems (Asia) Pvt.
Ltd., Pune

11

Persistent Systems Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.55

12

Kirloskar Group

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.64

13

DbCom Systems Software (I)


Pvt. Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.00

14

Essar Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.44

15

Raychem RPG (P) Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

03

--

--

03

2.26

16

Vrishabh Electronics Ltd.

--

--

--

--

02

--

--

--

02

2.60

17

Syntel Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.50

18

Tech Brivo Softech Pvt Ltd,


Delhi (Noida)

--

--

29

23

33

11

--

10

106

2.40

19

Faurecia

06

03

--

--

--

--

--

--

09

2.38

20

Ixsight Solutions

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.50

21

IIFL (India Infoline) groupGold Loan

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

02

1.83

22

Lucas - TVS Ltd.

04

04

--

--

--

02

--

--

10

1.80

23

Transparent Energy Systems


Pvt. Ltd., Pune

06

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

06

2.40

24

Torrent Power

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

25

Uttam Galva Pvt. Ltd., Khopoli

08

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

08

2.84

26

Bajaj Life Insurance Company

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.80

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No

Name of the Company

ME
CH

AU
TO

CS
E

IT

ET
C

EL
EC
T

CIV
IL

MB
A

TO
TA
L

PACKA
GE

Ltd.
27

Indian Army

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

8.00

28

Marvel Realtors, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.80

29

CMC, Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.75

30

Cooper Corporation Pvt. Ltd.,


Satara

08

05

--

--

--

02

--

--

15

3.00

31

Mutha Industries, Satara

13

11

--

--

--

03

--

--

27

1.20

32

Godrej India Ltd.

01

--

--

--

--

02

--

--

03

4.50

33

Gallagher Offshore Support


Services Pvt. Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.50

34

Manugraph India Ltd.

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

1.80

35

Unity Infrapojects Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

--

04

2.64

36

Skoda

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.00

37

Nitor Infotech Pvt. Ltd

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.50

38

Anusolar Power

06

--

02

03

02

10

--

06

29

1.20/
2.50

Krishna Constro Project Pvt.


Ltd.
Higher Studies (through
GATE/GRE/CAT/CMAT/CET/
CEED,etc.)
Prescient Technologies Pvt.
Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

02

1.56

20

--

03

--

02

--

03

--

28

------

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.80

41

E-Zest Solutions, Pune

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.40

42

SCOPE T&M Pvt. Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

06

--

--

06

1.80

43

Webonise Software Solutions


Pvt Ltd

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

44

AMPL, Pune

--

10

--

--

--

--

--

--

10

1.20

45

Svenska Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.20

46

Shinde Developers Pvt. Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

07

--

07

1.20

47

Arwade Infrastructure Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.20

48

Mourya Tech , Bhopal.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.80

49

Samruddhi Industries Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

04

1.80

50

Birla sunlife

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

06

06

2.40

51

JRG

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

06

06

1.80

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

1.44

01

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

1.68

39

40

52
53

Late. N. B. Chhabada College


of Engg., Satara
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.,
Nashik

54

Amdocs Ltd.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.80

55

Triveni Turbine Ltd., Bangalore

05

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

05

3.86

56

Fast Track, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.20

57

Panorama Automotive
Industries Pvt. Ltd., Pune

03

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

1.08

58

Sound Casting Ltd., Kolhapur

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.20

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.04

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

1.44

--

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

1.44

59
60
61

Karmayogi Polytechnic
College, Pandharpur
Gauri shankar college of
engineering, Satara
Precision Camshaft Ltd.,
Solapur

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No

Name of the Company

ME
CH

AU
TO

CS
E

IT

ET
C

EL
EC
T

CIV
IL

MB
A

TO
TA
L

PACKA
GE

62

Posco Maharashtra Steels Pvt.


Ltd., Raigad

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.16

63

Govt. COE, Awasare

--

03

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

1.20

121

50

63

36

53

52

33

34

442

TOTAL

- Result Awaited
442

Companies Visited - 63

Students Placed

PLACEMENT 2012-13
S
N

Name of the Company

MECH AUTO CSE

IT

ETC ELECT CIVIL

MBA

TOTAL PACKAGE

TCS, Pune

05

--

05

02

03

--

--

--

15

3.16

Persistent Systems Ltd.,


Pune

--

--

01

01

--

--

--

--

02

3.55

Indian Navy

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

8.00

Bharat Forge Ltd., Pune

03

--

--

--

03

01

--

--

07

2.40

Scope T&M Pvt. Ltd.,


Mumbai

--

--

--

--

04

05

--

--

09

1.80

Prescient Technologies Pvt.


Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.40

Faurecia

01

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

2.50

Zycus, Mumbai

--

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

01

3.20

Indian Army

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

8.00

10

Sanmar Group, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

3.20

11

Zensar Technologies, Pune

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

01

3.00

12

Precision Automation and


Robotics India Ltd., Pune

03

--

--

--

--

02

--

--

05

2.40

13

Ramkrishna IT Systems,
Pune

--

--

01

01

01

--

--

--

03

1.80

14

Metro One Operation


(Veolia Transport), Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.75

--

--

--

01

03

--

--

--

04

1.80

05

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

05

3.68

15
16

Hi-TECH Engineers, Thane


JSW Steel Ltd., Bellary
(Karnataka)

17

Posco Maharashtra Steels


Pvt. Ltd., Raigad

02

--

--

--

--

01

--

--

03

3.48

18

Arnita Sez Consultants


Pvt.Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

4.00

19

Shriram Transport Finance


Co. Ltd., Mumbai

01

02

--

--

03

--

--

01

07

2.40

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S
N

Name of the Company

20

Vistacore Corporation, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

09

--

09

2.74

21

Bosch Ltd., Bangalore

04

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

3.48

22

Gallup Consulting,
Bangalore

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

3.50

23

Paramatrix Technologies
Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

1.20

24

Kirloskar Group, Pune

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

2.73

25

Cholamandalam MS,
General Insurance Company
Ltd., Pune

03

08

--

--

--

--

--

--

11

1.44

26

GS Lab, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

4.50

27

Unisafe Fire Protection


Specialists LLC, Dubai

19

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

19

7.20

28

GENPACT, Bangalore

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

1.35

29

R & S (India) Electronics


Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.88

30

Blast Carboblocks Pvt. Ltd.,


Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

1.92

31

Packt Publishing Pvt. Ltd.,


Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.04

32

Ixsight Solutions, Pune

--

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

01

2.50

33

Perfect Pins, Kolhapur

02

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

0.84

34

Yashaswi Institute of
Technoloy, Kolhapur

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

1.20

35

Bajaj Allianz General


Insurance Co. Ltd., Pune

--

05

--

--

--

--

--

--

05

1.80

36

Forbes Marshall, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.40

MECH AUTO CSE

IT

ETC ELECT CIVIL

MBA

TOTAL PACKAGE

IndiaMART InterMESH
Limited, Pune
Higher Studies (through
GATE/GRE/CAT/CMAT/C
ET/CEED,etc.)
Krishna Constro -Projects
Pvt. Ltd, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.25

09

--

--

01

02

06

03

--

21

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

02

1.44

39

Wipro, Pune

--

--

--

01

01

--

--

--

02

1.80

40

Bharat Electricals, Sangli

--

--

--

--

--

06

--

--

06

1.80

41

Triveni Turbine Ltd.,


Bangalore

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

3.86

42

Acty System Software,


Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

2.40

43

ShivOm Engineering
Services, Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

02

3.00

37

38

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PLACEMENT 2012-13
S
N

Name of the Company

44

Advanced Design Solutions,


Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

02

1.80

45

Marvel Realtors, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

1.80

46

S. S. Patane & Associates,


Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

02

1.80

47

DAS Offshore Engineering


Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

1.44

48

Maersk Global Service


Centres, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

01

1.80

49

India Infoline Finance


Limited (IIFL), Kolhapur

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

NIL

1.50

50

Samruddhi Industries Ltd.,


Sangli

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

04

1.50

51

SKP e-Solutions Pvt. Ltd.,


Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

04

1.50

52

Bajaj Finserv Limited, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

06

06

1.80

53

TAAM, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

07

07

1.50

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

01

1.50

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

03

1.80

54
55

Vindsor Management
Consultant Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai
IndusInd Bank Ltd.,
Mumbai

MECH AUTO CSE

IT

ETC ELECT CIVIL

MBA

TOTAL PACKAGE

56

Muthoot Finance Ltd.,


Ichalkaranji

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

14

14

1.80

57

Venkys (India) Limited,


Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

01

1.80

58

Abhinav College of
Engineering, Shirval

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

--

01

1.80

59

Forensic Science Lab,


Mumbai

--

--

02

--

--

--

--

--

02

1.80

60

Allied Softech Pvt. Ltd.


Pune

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

01

1.80

61

BIMAT, Kolhapur

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

01

1.80

62

Shree Refrigeration, Karad

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.40

65

18

12

09

20

21

21

42

208

TOTAL
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Companies Visited -62

Students Placed 208

PLACEMENT 2013-14
Sr
No

Name of the Company

MECH AUTO CSE

IT

ETC ELECT CIVIL

TOTAL

PACKA
GE

Indian Navy

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

8.00

TCS, Pune

03

--

01

01

02

03

--

--

10

3.16

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3

Persistent Systems, Pune

--

--

--

02

--

--

--

--

02

3.55

Cummins India Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

4.15

Bharat Forge Ltd., Pune

12

--

--

--

05

03

--

--

20

2.40

Zensar Technologies
Limited, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.00

Indian Army

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

8.00

01

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

5.20

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.73

8
9

HDFC ERGO General


Insurance Company Ltd.,
Mumbai
Kirloskar Pneumatic
Company Ltd., Pune

10

IBM, Bangalore

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

3.00

11

Webonise Software
Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

01

3.20

12

L & T Infotech, Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.20

13

Triveni Turbine Ltd.,


Bangalore

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.86

14

OM Constructions Pvt.
Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

08

--

08

1.80

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

6.23

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.20

02

01

--

--

01

01

--

--

05

2.40

02

--

01

--

09

3.07

15
16
17
18

Mithi Software Pvt Ltd.,


Pune
ThoughtWorks
Technologies (India) Pvt
Ltd., Pune
Paramatrix Technologies
Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai
Precision Automation &
Robotics India Limited,
Pune

19

Tech Mahindra Ltd., Pune

02

01

03

20

Manthan Shipping Private


Limited, Mumbai

--

01

--

--

02

--

--

--

03

1.80

21

AMDOCs

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

22

Reliance InfoTech

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

23

Bit Wise

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

24

Blue Coresys

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

25

LBT Mind Technologies

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

26

Kimaya Infotech

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

27

Gephels India

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

28

Auctus Software

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

29

Pixa Byte

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

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Logical DNA

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

Higher Studies (through


GATE/GRE/CAT/CMAT/
CET/ CEED, etc.)

14

--

01

01

04

--

04

--

24

----

31

HDFC

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.50

32

Quinnox, Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.70

33

Aether T-Innovations,
Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

34

Acty System Software,


Mumbai

--

--

01

01

--

--

--

--

02

2.40

35

Cooper Corporation Pvt.


Ltd., Satara

06

01

--

--

--

01

--

--

08

1.20

36

Unisafe Fire Protection


Specialists L.L.C, Mumbai

21

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

21

7.20

37

Karad Projects and Motors


Limited, Karad

02

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

1.20

38

Manugraph India Ltd.,


Kolhapur

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.80

39

Bajaj Allianz General


Insurance Co. Ltd., Pune

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

1.80

40

Universal Hunt, Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.44

41

Syntel Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.50

42

Syntrosys, Navi Mumbai.

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.00

43

Nainko Exim Pvt. Ltd.,


Pune

--

--

--

--

01

--

--

--

01

1.02

44

HDFC BANK

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

17

17

1.20

45

SS INFORMATICS

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

22

22

1.21

46

RICHINFRA REAL
ESTATES

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

09

09

1.20

47

VODAFONE

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

02

1.00

48

SKP E-SOLUTION PVT


LTD

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

01

1.20

49

Arnita Sez Consultants


Pvt.Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

4.00

50

Utopia Automation &


Control Pvt. Ltd., Satara

02

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

2.04

51

S. P. Engg-Corp Pvt. Ltd.,


Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

--

03

1.80

52

M/s. C. M. Belekar, PMC,


Mahim, Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

--

03

2.40

53

HDFC Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

--

01

4.20

TOTAL

65

11

06

06

17

08

20

51

184

30

WR- Waiting for Result

Companies Visited - 53

Students Placed 184

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Sr
No

Name of the Company

MECH AUTO

CSE

IT

ETC ELECT CIVIL MBA

TOTAL PACKAGE

--

04

06

--

--

--

--

10

2.60

Zensar Technologies
Limited, Pune

Indian Navy

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

8.00

Bharat Forge Ltd.,


Pune

07

--

--

--

03

01

--

--

11

2.51

TCS, Pune

03

--

02

03

04

01

--

--

13

3.16

Persistent Systems,
Pune

--

--

04

04

01

--

--

--

09

3.55

Webonise Lab Pvt.


Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

01

3.60

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.40

--

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

5.42

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

4.50

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.75

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.59

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

4.00

--

06

--

--

--

--

--

--

06

4.12

Hewlett-Packard
(HP), Pune
HDFC ERGO
General Insurance
Company Ltd.,
Mumbai
Cummins India Ltd.,
Pune
JoshiJampala
Engineering Pvt. Ltd.,
Satara
Capgemini India Pvt.
Ltd., Pune

9
10
11

Sanmar Group,
Chennai
Samundra Institute of
Maritime Studies,
Pune
Reliance General
Insurance Co. Ltd.,
Mumbai

12
13

14

--

15

Indian Army

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

8.00

16

Persistent Systems
Ltd., Pune

--

--

01

01

--

--

--

--

02

3.55

17

IBM, Bangalore

01

--

01

01

03

01

--

--

07

3.00

--

--

02

--

--

--

--

--

02

3.00

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

4.25

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.50

e-Zest Solutions Ltd.,


Pune
Hitachi Consulting
Software Services
India Pvt. Ltd., Pune
Amazatic Solutions,
Pune

18
19
20
21

Web Tech Developers


Pvt. Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

3.00

22

Persistent Systems
Ltd., Pune

--

--

04

01

--

--

--

--

05

3.55

23

Hella India
Automotive Private

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

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Limited, Haryana

24

Nitor Infotech Pvt.


Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

25

TCS, Pune

03

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

3.16

--

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

01

2.40

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.40

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.40

--

--

07

02

--

--

--

--

09

1.44

03

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

03

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

2.10

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

3.20

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

4.50

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

--

WR

1.44

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

ParaMatrix
Technologies Pvt Ltd,
Mumbai
Tekdi Web Solutions,
Pune

26
27

Piaggio Vehicles Pvt.


Ltd., Pune

28

SEED Infotech Ltd.,


Pune
Precision Automation
and Robotics India
Ltd., Pune
Polaris Consulting &
Services Limited,
Pune
Kay
Bouvet Engineering
Pvt. Ltd., Satara
Nitor Infotech Pvt.
Ltd., Pune

29
30

31

32
33

Sankalp
semiconductor, Hubli
Polaris Consulting &
Services Limited,
Pune
IFFCO - Tokio
General insurance Co.
Ltd, Pune
Cummins India Ltd.,
Pune

34
35

36
37
38

Quinnox, Pune
Emerson Climate
Technologies (India)
Limited, Atit
Audience Science,
Pune

39
40
41

ICICI Pru. life


insurance Limited

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

21

21

1.67

42

Ujjivan Financial
Services Limited

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

16

16

1.80

43

Bombay Rayon
Fashion Limted

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

02

0.80

44

Ideal HR
services,Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

02

0.60

45

Sharekhan

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

03

1.20

46

HDFC Bank

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

04

04

1.77

47

OnMobile Pvt. Ltd.,


Bangalore

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

4.80

48

Mithi Software Pvt.


Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

0.96

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Das Offshore
---49 Engineering Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai
Raining Clouds
50 Technologies Pvt.
---Ltd., Pune
Positek Solution Pvt.
---51
Ltd., Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.80

--

--

--

--

--

--

5.50

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

52

Deo Associates, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

1.44

53

Quinnox, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

54

Acty System India


Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

55

Perennial Systems,
Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

2.40

56

Bosch Ltd., Bangalore

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

3.48

57

Manugraph India
Ltd., Kolhapur

01

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

2.40

58

Prescient
Technologies, Pune

02

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

2.40

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

--

02

2.50

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

3.60

Torrent Power
Limited, Mumbai
Mahindra First
Choice Services,
Mumbai
KPIT Technologies
Ltd., Pune

01
--

--

05

02

--

--

--

--

07

2.80

62

Vistacore
Corporation, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

02

--

02

1.80

63

Advanced Design
Solutions, Pune

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

--

01

1.80

64

Sandeep Patil &


Associates, Vita

--

--

--

--

--

--

01

--

01

1.44

65

Atos, Mumbai

--

--

01

--

--

--

--

--

01

3.30

66

Liberty Videocon
General Insurance Co.
Ltd., Mumbai

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

03

TOTAL

30

32

22

11

05

04

48

164

59
60
61

WR- Waiting for Result

09

Companies Visited - 66

Students Placed 164

* - Final Interview has been given & waiting for final result
WR- Waiting for Result
216

Companies Visited-66

Students Placed

5.1.13 Does the College have a registered Alumni association? If yes, what are its
activities and contributions to the development of the College?
Yes, institute has a registered Alumni association (Registration No:
Maharashtra/55/11/Sangli). Alumni help in conducting expert lectures,
organizing industrial visits, placing students in industries, sponsoring projects,
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sponsoring medals to rankers, providing guidance for Curriculum


Development (BOS) and evaluating students. We publish alumni newsletter
(RIT Communique) every quarter, organize alumni get-together every year
and award renowned alumni with Prerana-Puraskar every year.
5.1.14 Does the College have a student grievance redressal cell? Give details of
the nature of grievances reported and how they were redressed.
Yes, college has a student grievance redressal cell. Following are the*

+

Examine and enquire the student(s) and staff involved in malpractice.


Decide the punishment depending upon the gravity of the offence. Appeal
to the director
It shall take care of the inputs received from students, observers and staff
regarding indiscipline, ragging and sexual harassment activities of the
student.

Procedure:

All complaints regarding malpractices in internal assessment tests and


Semester-End Examinations should be referred to the Chairman of the
committee.
Any action on the part of candidate at an examination trying to get undue
advantage in the performance at examinations or trying to help another, or
derive the same through unfair means is punishable according to the
gravity of the offence.
The involvement of the Staff, who are in charge of conducting
examinations, valuing examination papers and preparing/keeping records
of documents relating to the examinations, in such acts (inclusive of
providing incorrect or misleading information) that infringe upon the
course of natural justice to one and all concerned at the examination shall
be viewed seriously and recommended for award of appropriate
punishment after thorough enquiry.
The Director shall take necessary action as per the recommendations of the
committee.
Student or staff shall forward the written complaints to member secretary.
All complaints shall be investigated and all enquiries relating to
misconduct of the students shall be presented to the committee.
If nature of complaint is not severe, students can be counseled.
If nature of complaint is severe, to check the severity of the complaint,
GRC may form a subcommittee.
Enquiry shall be done by sub-committee and enquiry report shall be
forwarded to GRC.
Committee shall give appropriate punishment on the basis of severity of
the misconduct. Tenure: The tenure of the nominated members shall be
three years.
Frequency of Meeting: The Committee shall meet as and when required or
twice in a year.

5.1.15 Does the College have a cell and mechanism to resolve issues of sexual
harassment?
Yes, Institute has formed a Vishakha Cell(Sexual Harassment Prohibitory
Cell)
Objectives of Vishakha Cell:
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To build self - esteem & dignity among girl students &ladies faculty
members.
To offer services such as counseling, legal aid in case of atrocities against
women.
To create awareness regarding women rights.
To arrange programs regarding health, personality development etc.
To avoid & prohibit sexual harassment at workplace.
Cell Members constituting of Director-ChairpersonMember, Legal
Advisor Member, Voluntary Organization Representative Member
Secretary & 2 Male Members

Vishakha Cell organizes:

Expert lectures on Health Awareness,Seminars on Gender


Sensitization,Workshop on Legal Aspects concerned with Women

Year round Activities of the cell:

Celebration of Sharadanyas.
Celebration of International Womens day.
Health care activities for girls and women employees.
Specially arranged lecture for overall development of Girl students.
Complaint hearings.
General Meetings for overview.

Complaint mechanism:

Written Complaint to Vishakha cell


The complaints procedure is time-bound.
Observe Confidentiality at every step.
Complainants/witnesses will not experience victimization/discrimination
during the process.
Utmost care would be taken to approach the issue in a sensitive manner
and protect the confidentiality and dignity of persons involved.

Vishakha Cell organizes Shardanyas Cultural Event exclusively for girl


students. This forum provides a platform for girl students to show their hidden
talent. It comprises various technical & non technical events such as debate,
group discussion, Extempore, flower decoration, rangoli, mehendi competition
etc. These activities help them to built confidence, stage daring and ability to
express share their thoughts. Thus the main purpose of this is overall
personality development of Girl student.
5.1.16 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have
been reported during the last four years and what action has been taken
on these?
Yes, we have anti ragging committee as well as anti ragging squad. Only one
instance was reported. For that purpose meetings of anti ragging committee
along with victim, accused students, parents, concern HOD were conducted
and Anti Ragging committee, in the meeting held on 15/04/2014 has
unanimously given following punishments.

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Table 5.6: Action taken by anti-ragging committee


Sr.
No.
01
02
03
04

Tushar Yejare
Ashish Magar
Mahendra mane
Pratik Magar

05

Ashish Waghmare

06

Mahesh Thombare

Name of Student

Punishment
Suspended from all academic activities till further notice.
Suspended from all academic activities till further notice.
Suspended from all academic activities till further notice.
Suspended from all academic activities till further notice &
Dismissed from college hostel permanently.
Suspended from all academic activities till further notice &
Dismissed from college hostel permanently.
Suspended from all academic activities till further notice &
Dismissed from college hostel permanently.

These students were allowed to attend academic activities after 15 days by


concerned HOD on condition to deposit amount of Rs. 10,000/-, 15,000/30,000/- depend upon their involvement. The deposit of some students
completed the program is returned.
5.1.17 How does the College elicit the cooperation from all stakeholders to
ensure overall development of the students considering the curricular and
co - curricular activities, research, community orientation, etc.?
The following major efforts are taken to elicit the cooperation from all
stakeholders:
Every year parents-teachers meeting is conducted to know the opinion of
the stakeholders and get suggestion to improve the academic activities
All the departments have tie-up with the companies / NGO in their
respective field to enable the students for effective internship, field work,
research, extension activities, and consultancy assignments.
College immediately responds to the various college competitions
invitations by sending the students to take part in that competition. It helps
the students to enhance their skills and self confidence.
Every department organizes Association activities by inviting eminent
personalities in order to provide opportunities to the students to interact
with them. It helps the students to develop wider perspectives not only on
their subjects but also on holistic development.
College avails all possible support from the Academy which trains the
students to enhance their employability skills.
5.1.18 What special schemes/mechanisms are in place to motivate students for
participation in extracurricular activities such as sports, cultural events,
etc?
Necessary Infrastructure facilities are available for extracurricular activities to
the students. The institute has been conducting the following sports, cultural
and extracurricular activities every year. Sports Activities Football,
basketball, volleyball, handball, hockey, table tennis, chess, carom,
badminton, weight lifting, and athletics. Exhibitions & Competitions are
arranged by Various Clubs in the Institute like Drama Club, Music club,
Panthers Pride Personality development club, Visual aids and Fine arts club,
Unnat, Brishty. Competitions like EKANKIKA Intercollegiate Drama
Competitions, Intercollegiate Dance Competition, Intercollegiate Music
Competition, Intercollegiate quiz competition, DEBATE CIRCLE Intercollegiate debate competition are held frequently.
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As part of organising Inter-Collegiate events MOU was signed with the Ghali
College Gadhinglaj. Various activities conducted by the NSS Unit: Swatch
Bharat abhiyan, Tree Plantation, Peace Rally, Awareness programme on
HIV/AIDS Poster and Quiz competition on HIV/ AIDS, Health checkup camp,
Blood Donation Drive, Celebration of International Yoga day, Republic and
Independence Day, NSS Rural Camp, Student volunteers at Islampur Fair
(Urus).
5.1.19 How does the College ensure participation of women in intra and inter
institutional sports competitions and cultural activities? Provides details
of sports and cultural activities in which such efforts were made?
RIT has always encouraged the participation of girl students & Faculty in
various intra and inter-institutional sports competition and cultural activities.
RIT is one of the very few educational institutions in the vicinity organizing
Womens Cricket Tournament every year as a part of the Institute sports meet
SPUNK for the students of various departments. Mini marathons are also
organized for Girl students & Faculty. Besides ensuring greater women
participation in sports and cultural activities, the Institute also encourages its
girl students to hold different positions in various committees. As a matter of
fact, girl students of different departments like CSE, Civil, Mech, MBA have
successfully handled the positions of Secretary and Assistant Secretary of
sports, Cultural Cell and magazine committees of the Institute during last four
years. Girl students from various Departments participated in the state Youth
Festival organized by Shivaji University, Kolhapur and won prizes in Dance,
Mime, Folk Song, debate and quiz competitions. Shardanyaas (Saraswati
Puja), annual cultural fest is organized for girl students & faculty. Girl
students are selected in Shivaji University Basketball & chess teamfor inter
University West zone competition.
5.2

Student Progression

5.2.1 Provide details of programme-wise success rate of the College for the last
four years. How does the College compare itself with the performance of
other autonomous Colleges / universities (if available)
Table 5.7: Success rate of UG
Academic
Year

Auto

Civil

CSE

2011-12

89.70%

83.58%

93.67%

2012-13

89.74%

76.27%

2013-14

92.18%

2014-15

90.23%

ELE

ETC

IT

Mech

100%

97.36%

100%

89.74 %

96.82%

100%

100%

100%

89.71 %

96.92%

98.53%

100%

94.52%

100%

92.19 %

92.86%

98.80%

96.70%

100%

100%

98.2%

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Table 5.8: Success rate of PG


Civil

Academic
Year

Auto

2012-13

100%

Constr
Mang.
100%

2013-14

100%

2014-15

94.11%

CSE

Electrical

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

94.44%

100%

100%

94.44%

94.44%

ETC
Academic
Digital
Year
Electronics
System
2012-13
88.23%
100%
2013-14
100%
100%
2014-15
100%
94.11%

Structure

Mech
MBA
Design CAD/CAM/CAE Production
100%
100%
100%

100%
100%
100%

100%
100%
94.44%

98.23%
94.06%
72.12%

5.2.2 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher education or


employment (for the last four batches) highlight the observed trends.
Table 5.9: Percentage of students progressing to higher education or
employment.
Percentage against
enrolled
2014-15

Student progression

UG to PG / Competitive examinations
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral (PG students)
Employed

Automobile Department
34.3
23.5
00
UG
PG

Percentage
against enrolled
2013-14

Percentage
against
enrolled
2012-13

35
17.6
00

04
5.8
00

UG

PG

PG

Campus selection

13

10

5.5

18

Other than campus recruitment

7.3

35.3

12

77.8

23

88

Entrepreneurs

2
Civil Engineering Department
,"-
NIL
NIL
NIL

UG to PG
.
PG to M.Phil.
NIL
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
Employed
Campus selection
NIL
NIL
Other than campus recruitment
100%
100%
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
Computer Science and Engineering Department
UG to PG
19
11
PG to M.Phil.
NA
NA
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
NIL
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
NIL
Employed
24.24
5.05
Campus selection
8.08
28.28
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
NIL
NIL
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NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
100%

7
NA
NIL
NIL
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44.57
NIL
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Student progression

Percentage against
enrolled
2014-15

Percentage
against enrolled
2013-14

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Department


UG to PG
16
12
PG to M.Phil.
NA
NA
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
NIL
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
NIL
Employed
20.23%
17.80%
Campus selection
(17)
(13)
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
NIL
NIL
Electrical Engineering Department
UG to PG
3.7%
15.6%
PG to M.Phil.
NIL
NIL
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
NIL
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NIL
NIL
Employed
Campus selection
4.9%
12.5%
Other than campus recruitment
16.1%
39.1%
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

NIL
Information Technology
18.05
NA
NIL
NIL
27.77
6.94

Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment

20.8%
44.4%

09.09
NA
NIL
NIL
21.21
39.39

NIL

NIL

13.63%

22.42%
Not
Applicable
NIL
NIL
UG
PG
52.33
%
15.88
94%
%
NIL

NIL
NIL

5.45%
NIL

UG

PG

UG

PG

37.40%

46.36%

17.39%

75.47%

28.18%

92.72%

NIL

NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL

NIL
1.80%
NIL
NIL

NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL

57.69
1.00%

44.91 %
NIL

39.82 %
NIL

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NIL
NIL
NIL

12.35
NA
NIL
NIL
14.28
32.46

Not Applicable

NIL
MBA

NIL

NIL

Not Applicable

PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

09
NA
NIL
NIL
26%
(18)

5.6%

UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-employment
NIL
Mechanical Engineering Department
UG to PG
13.04%
PG to M.Phil.

Percentage
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enrolled
2012-13

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5.2.3 What is the Programme-wise completion rate/dropout rate within the


time span as stipulated by the College/University?
Table 5.10: Completion rate
Academi
c Year

Auto

Civil

CSE

ELE

ETC

IT

Mech

MBA

2011-12

89.74 %

42%

93.67%

60%

66%

44%

80.83 %

90.38%

2012-13

89.71 %

26%

96.82%

60%

75%

25%

71.00%

90.26%

2013-14

92.19 %

23%

98.53%

49%

75%

36%

75.76%

91.52 %

2014-15

90.63%

94%

98.79%

72%

75%

82%

83.23%

73.07 %

5.2.4 What is the number and percentage of students who appeared/ qualified
in examinations like UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT /
GRE / TOFEL / GMAT / Central / State services, Defense, Civil Services,
etc.\
Table 5.11(A): GATE/GRE/CAT/CMAT /MBACETQualified Students 2015
Sr. No.

Name of Students
Qualifying exam
Department of Automobile Department
1
Kale Pradip Madhukar
GATE
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
GATE
1
Prasmit Rajigare
CAT
MBA CET
2
Santosh Patange
GATE
3
Dugam Varsha mahadev
GATE
4
Ambition Tarang
GATE
CAT
5
Amit Mali
CMAT
6
Ajinkya Danhole
CMAT
CMAT
7
Supriya Chavan
MBA CET
8
Prajyot Topale
CMAT
9
Vedant Koul
CMAT
CMAT
10
Tejaswini Pharande
MBA CET
CMAT
11
Aditi Patil
MBA CET
12
Ram Choudhary
MBA CET
Department of Electrical Engineering
1
Pratik Girish Rao
GATE
2
Onkar Laxman Kadam
GATE
3
Ananda Babaso Jadhav
GATE
Department of Electronics & Telecommunication
1.
Sourabh S. Kulkarni
GRE
2.
Sourabh S. Kulkarni
TOFEL iBT
3.
Sourabh S. Kulkarni
GATE
4.
Pooja P. Suryavanshi
GATE
5.
Manoj G. Lonkar
GATE
6.
Pravin V. Sawant
GATE
7.
zAmit Suryawanshi
CAT
Department of Information Technology
1
Kumbhar Ashish
GATE
2
Surve Ganesh
GATE
3
Ubale Rahul
GATE
4
Koli Manoj
GATE
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378
372
69.83
131.3
359
335
251
113.00
73
112
104
108
82
82
82
96.86
55
87.91
108
361
352
250
322
111
36.77
24.71
30.06
23.36
84.95%
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5
Gawade Snehal
GATE
6
Mane Priyanka
GATE
7
Lipare Amruta
GATE
8
Gavali Minal
GATE
9
Sathe Abhilasha
GATE
Department Mechanical Engineering
1.
Pravin B. Gavade
GATE
2.
Pranav mane
GATE
GATE
3.
Ajit Mohite
CAT
MBA CET
4.
Suhas Kadam
GATE
5.

Ashish Mahajan

6.

Kuldeep Bawiskar

7.

Smita Nagare

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Anant Hankare
Ganesh Sutar
Rohit lavate
Prashant Potdar
Mahesh Jadhav
Ismail Mulani (2014)
Suyash M. Kulkarni
Suyash M. Kulkarni
Akhilesh Samant
Narendra Naukadkar

18.

Suraj Patil

378
327
322
284
262
381
378
545
163.36
151.35
513

GATE

281

GATE
GATE
MBA CET
GATE
GATE
GATE
GATE
GATE
GATE
GRE
TOFEL iBT
GRE
GRE
CMAT
CAT

374
424
111.32
248
358
381
473
350
902

95.38
95.37

The 27 Students has qualified the GATE 2014 exam.


Table 5.11(B): GATE Qualified Students in the year 2014
All Over India
Department
Name
Ranking
IT
Ghatge Pratik Mansing
2683
CSE
Krunal Dhanraj Randive
12982
ETC
Rohan Pandurang Hajare
2384
Chavan Mayuri A.
22961
Pradnya Krishnat Shinde
30229
CIVIL
Siddheshwari A. Patil
10012
Bhavik Gunavant Kuvadia
10153
Onkar Appaso Patil
3693
Omprakash Dudhal
8736
MECH
Mulani Ismail Tajuddin
5860
Amit Bandu Shinde
5860
Rohan Rajesh Shah
9911
Kavumattathil Littin Thomas
11467
Jamadar Azaruddin Ainuddin
11963
Nigade Dhiraj Baban
16418
Todkar Ganesh Milind
17299
Mane Akshaykumar Vasantrao
21286
Gavade Aniket Pandurang
21749
Mane Sangram Prabhakar
23012
Korbu Salman Gulab
25535
Salunkhe Vikas Pandurang
25959
AUTO
Dabhole Akshay Kumar
22605
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5.2.5 Provide details regarding the number of Ph.D/D.Sc./D.Litt. theses


submitted, accepted, resubmitted and rejected in the last four years.
Table 5.12: Ph.D. thesis submitted and accepted status.
No. of Thesis Submitted
No. of Thesis Accepted
Year
Electro
Electr
Civil Mech Total
Civil Mech Total
nics
onics
2015-16
1
2
3
2
2
2014-15
2
1
3
2
1
3
2013-14
2
2
2
2
2012-13
2
2
2
2
5.3
5.3.1

Student Participation and Activities


List the range of sports and games, cultural and extracurricular activities
available to students. Provide details of participation and program
calendar.
Cultural events: The major cultural programmes held in the college are:
Freshers Welcome at the beginning of the session in August/September,
Annual Prize Distribution in January/February, Shardanyaas annual cultural
fest for girl students & faculty - Saraswati Puja in January/February, Farewell,
Annual Social Gathering Virangula etc. Observance of days of National
Significance: Independence Day, Republic Day, The students participate in
music, recitation, speeches, dance, drama etc. in these cultural programmes.
Celebration of Birth anniversaries of Great Personages of different Religions
like Rajarambapu Jayanti, Annabhau Sathe, Lokmanya Tilak, Dr. Babasaheb
Ambedkar and many others. Competitions are organized during these
Celebrations: Elocution, Recitation, Debate, Quiz, Science Exhibition,
Photography Exhibition, Visual & Fine arts club exhibitions. In various
cultural programmes the students actively participate in Vocal and
Instrumental music, Speech, Recitation, Drama, Dance etc.
The Prajapita Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Islampur Center
arranges regular discourses and discussions on spiritual well being of students
for prayer, meditation, and introspective contemplation.
Other Extracurricular Activities: Different co and extracurricular activities
are organized for the students throughout the year, followed by an Annual
Athletic meet and a Cultural festival during the month of January. For the
purpose of smooth organization of the events, different committees namely
Sports Committee, Cultural Committee and Magazine committee consisting
of few faculty members including one Coordinator and student
representatives including one Secretary and one Assistant Secretary are
constituted by the Cultural Cell at the beginning of each academic session.
The college organizes a Voluntary Blood Donation Camp in the college every
year. The Students and the staff members participate enthusiastically to make
it a grand success. A free Hemoglobin Checkup Camp is arranged in
collaboration with Rajarambapu Sugar Factory by the college for Girl
Students & all Faculties.
Additional academic support and academic flexibility in examinations RIT
provides academic flexibility to good student sports /Cultural person in
respect of examination schedule. In case of overlapping examination schedule
with final sports/cultural schedule of a student sports/cultural person, he is
allowed to take on examination on a different date with another set of
question paper.

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Activity Chart of Cultural Cell 2015 2016.


Table 5.13: Cultural Events Program Calendar.
Activity
Date
Marathi movie Launch Manatlya Unhat
Wednesday, 22nd
July
Auditions for Actors, Actresses & Playback
Wednesday, 22nd
Singers.
July
Dnyanprobodhini Natya Vaachan Competitions
Saturday, 25th July
Guru Poornima
Friday, 31st July
Loknete Rajarambapu Patil Jayanti, Annabhau
Saturday, 01st
Sathe & Lokmanya Tilak.
August
Gana Re Gana Marathi comedy Drama for
Wednesday, 05th
RIT students & Faculty.
August
Rangnath Chashak at Deval Club, Kolhapur
Thursday, 13th
August
Independence Day Street Plays, Patriotic Songs
Saturday, 15th
by RIT Music Cell, Tree Plantation, Patriotic
August
dance, Exhibition on Journey of Former
President-A.P.J. Abdul Kalaam by Paras Group,
RIT.
Sadbhavana Diwas - Pledge taking by RIT
Thursday, 20th
Faculty & Students.
August
Ekankika CompetitionsSunday, 30th
August
Indian National Theatre, Mumbai
Prabodhankar Karandak
Purushottam Karandak,Kolhapur
Purushottam Karandak,Pune
Uttung, Mumbai
Umbartha, Mumbai
Sawai Ekankika Spardha, Mumbai
Ahmednagar Mahakarandak
Karad Urban, Karad
Anandyatri, Barshi
Sakal Mahakarandak
Islampur Natya Parishad,Islampur
Miraj Natyangan, Miraj
Bhartiyam Karandak(Mahanatya)
Loknete Rajarambapu Patil Punyatithi
Sunday, 17th
January
Ganesh Festival
Thursday, 17th
September
Youth Festival-Inter Zonal at Willingdon College, Saturday, 05th&
Sangli & Zonal at Matoshri Bayabai Shripatrao
06th September. &
Kadam Kanya Mahavidyalaya Kadegaon, Sangli.
08th 09th& 10
September.
Annual College Magazine - Vishwakarma 2016
Friday, January 15
Republic Day - 26th January
Tuesday, 26th
January
Competitions-Debate, Drama, Elocution, Singing, Saturday, 30th
Painting, Essay Writing
January
Nautanki For Staff & Family
14th / 21st Feb
Virangula 2015-2016
Friday, 19th&
20thFebruary
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Drama Workshop
Hobby club-Hiking/Trekking, Guest lecture,
Photography, Shiv Jayanti
Celebrating National Days- Science Day, Teachers
Day, Engineers Day, Womens Day, etc

Last Week
February
Saturday, 26th
March
As per resp dates.

Sports Activities:
We have got Outdoor & Indoor sports facilities such as Athletics, Basketball,
Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Badminton, Table-Tennis,
Chess, Carom etc. the sports material & other facilities is made available to
students.Ourstudents participate at University level (Zonal/Inter-zonal),
various Inter engineering sports events organized under lead college scheme
and Annual Sports.
University, Zonal & Inter-zonal sports schedule in the first semester of
academic year and Inter engineering & Annual Sports in the second semester.
Table 5.14: Activity Chart of SPORTS 2015 2016
Event /Competition
Participation in Various Sports
Events at University level

Zone &
Inter-zone

Organizing Yoga Workshop for


students

Institute

Organizing
Various Sports
Events at University level

Zone &
Inter-zone

N.S.S. 7 Days Residential Camp

Tentative
Date
July
to
November
2015
August
&Sept.15
August
&
September
15
4th week of
December
15 or 1st
week Jan 16

Level

University

nd

Organizing Sports Festival

Participation in various Sports


(Engineering College)
Organizing Lead College Sports

Inter-Class

2 week of
January
2016

University/Stat
e/National
level
University
level

January &
February
2016
1st week of
March 2016

Remark
--Badminton,
Volleyball &
Basketball
1st or 2nd
week of Jan.
2016
17th January
to
10th
February
2016
-1st to 06th
March 16

5.3.2 Provide details of the previous four years regarding the achievements of
students in co-curricular, extracurricular activities and cultural activities
at different levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc.
Table 5.15: Achievements of Students
Year
11-12

Name of Competition
Youth
Festival(District),Chikhali
EKANKIKA COMPETITION
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,

Awards
Mime : 1 Prize

21 Sept. 2011

Best Ekankika : 2nd


Best Actress : 1st

16th Feb. 2012

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Year

Name of Competition

Awards

Date

Islampur)

12-13

13-14

Miss. Deepa Patil.


Best Director : 2nd
Mr. Vinayak Patil.
Best Music : 1st
Rushikesh,Megha,Aksha
y
Best Script : 1st
Rushikesh
koli
Sir,Mumbai
Youth
Lokkala 1st Prize
Festival(District),Kadegaon
Ekankika 2nd Prize
Youth
Best Actress
Festival(Central),Ichalkaranji
Miss. Rahila Mulla
EKANKIKA COMPETITION Best Actor : 3rd
(Natyangan,Miraj)
Mr.Sushant Ghadge.
Best Set Design : 3rd
Mr.Ranjeet koli.
Best Ekankika : 4th
Ekankika Competition
Best local Ekankika
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,Islamp Best Actress :
ur)
Miss. Rahila Mulla.
Selected In AJAY ATUL Mr.Akshay Kulkarni.
DHOL GENERATION,PUNE
Prabodhan Karandak13
Light 1stPrize
Best 2ndEkankika
Purushottam Karandak13
Best 2ndEkankika
Best Actor Consolation
Best Actress
Ekankika Competition
Best Actor: 1st
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,Sangli) Best Director: 1st
Best Ekankika : 1st
Best Actress Consolation
Ekankika Competition
Best Actor : 3rd
(A.B.M.Natyaparishad,Sangli) Best Set Design: 3rd
Natyasampada Karandak, Pune Best Actor : 2nd
Best Director : 2nd
:SushantGhadge.
Best Ekankika : 2nd
Best Actress : 1st
Karad
Urban
Ekankika Best Actor : 1st
Competition, Karad
Best Director : 1st
Best Ekankika :1st
Best Actress Consolation
Best Music : 1st
Best Set Design : 3rd
Best Light : 1st
Best Actor : 2nd
Ekata Karandak, Medha
Best Director: 2nd
Best Ekankika :2nd
Best Actress : 2nd
Best Set Design : 1st
Best Light : 1st
Smarth Karadak, Satara
Brake Through Actor

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10th Oct. 2012
18th Feb. 2013

16th Feb. 2013


7th June 2012
21st Aug.2013
23rd Aug.2013
17th oct.2013

8th Nov.2013
21st Dec. 2013

30th Jan. 2014

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Year

14-15

Name of Competition

Awards

Best Actress Consolation


Natyangan,Miraj
People Choice Ekankika
Best local Ekankika
A.B.M.Natyaparishad
Best Script
EkankikaCopetition,
Best Actress : 3rd
Islampur
Ahamadnagar Mahakaradak, A.Nagar
Sawai Ekankika,Mumbai
Youth Festival (District) 2013 Lokkala : 3rd
Kolhapur
Solo Singing : 2nd
Elocution (Eng.) : 3rd
Quiz Compitition : 3rd
Youth Festival (Central) 2013 Rangoli :2nd
,Kolhapur
Quiz Compitition : 1st
Purushottam Karandak 2014
Best
Experimental
Ekankika
Purushottam Karandak 2014
Best Writer
Purushottam Karandak 2014
Best Actress
Purushottam Karandak 2014
Youth Festival(District)2014 ,
Sangli
Youth Festival(District)2014 ,
Sangli
Youth Festival(District)2014,
Sangli

Date
16th Feb.2014
17th Feb.2014
10th Jan.2013
11th Jan.2013
25th Sept. 2013

8th Oct.2013
Team

Best Actor
Loksangit : 3rd

Nandkishor Atole
Tejaswini
Pharande
Nandkishor Atole
Team

Solo Singing 2nd

Nikhil Wasnik

Quiz Competition : 1st

Dhananjay Thorat
, Dheeraj Magar,
Ajay Deshmukh
Dhananjay Thorat
, Dheeraj Magar,
Ajay Deshmukh
Team

Youth Festival (Central)2014, Quiz Competition 1st


Jath
Youth Festival(Central)2014 , Loksangit : 1st
Jath
Jayant
Karandak
2015, Best Local
Islampur
Ekankika

Team

5.3.3 How often does the College collect feedback from students for improving
the support services? How is the feedback used?
Institute collects overall online feedback from students once in the year. It
addresses various components related to support services such as office
administration, amenities, Library etc.
Question responses are rated on 1 to 5 scale. The feedback received are given
to concerned authorities for consideration and necessary actions.
5.3.4 Does the College have a mechanism to seek and use data and feedback
from its graduates and employers, to improve the growth and
development of the College?
Yes, we collect feedback from graduate students and employers through
specially designed questionnaire. From graduating students we collect
program exit survey after declaration of result. Employers feedback is
collected during campus drives and industry visits.

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5.3.5 How does the College involve and encourage students to publish materials
like catalogues, wall magazines, College magazine, and other material?
List the major publications/ materials brought out by the students during
the previous academic session.
Publication of student magazine - Vishwakarma the title of an annual
college magazine is published every year by the Institute Cultural Cell
Magazine committee. Two student representatives work as Secretary and
assistant secretary in the committee and students of all departments are
encouraged to submit their creative writings (Prose, poetry, One act play, short
stories, Personal Essay, Travelogues, Biography, interview, Auto Biographical
Writing, Contemplative writing, Informative Writing, Research Articles etc) to
this magazine in English, Marathi, Sarvodaya and Hindi edited by Faculty &
Students. Every Department regularly publishes student articles in Wall
Magazines. Institute Research journals namely JEET is published every
quarterly. E Newsletter by Depts, Alumni Newsletter.
5.3.6 Does the College have a Student Council or any similar body? Give details
on its constitution, major activities and funding.
Yes, college has a student council. The functions of council with respect to
different are as follows:
Academic: The Council shall suggest from time to time ideas to
improve the academic atmosphere of the Institute. For this purpose, it
will organize debates, quiz, essay competitions, poem writing, extempore
presentation, and other extra-curricular activities at the Faculty and
Institute level. Any grievance from students side regarding academic
matters may also be considered by the Council for its amicable solution.
Sports: The Council may suggest the facilities to be provided to the students
to improve sports and games activities. The Council shall motivate the
students to participate in different sports activities. Any grievance from
students pertaining to sports and games may also be looked into by the
Council for its timely redressal.
Cultural Activities: The Council shall help in organizing cultural activities at
the Faculty as well as University level. The Council shall motivate the
students to participate in different cultural activities.
Hostel Development: With a view to providing family atmosphere, the
Council shall prepare proposals for improvement of the basic facilities
and plans for improvement in living conditions in the hostels.
Students Welfare: The Council shall suggest ways and means for
providing
financial assistance, special library facilities and hostel
accommodation to the needy students.
Health & Hygiene: The Council shall take care of the medical
facilities and address to the grievances for betterment of the health and
hygiene conditions of the students.
Law and Discipline: The Council shall take steps to maintain discipline
among the students. It shall consider and attempt to resolve the grievances of
the students.
Social Activities: The Council may suggest from time to time ways and
means to promote various social activities by the students in and around
the campus such as literacy, cleanliness, health & hygiene and other
such activities, which may be deemed appropriate.
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The details of constitution are as follows:


Chairman: The Director Members: 01faculty, Cultural Activities 01 faculty,
Physical Director 01 Students for each Course (UG, PG) 04 Students / Sports,
NSS, NCC, Cultural Activities
The procedure of student council is defined as mentioned below:
Due decorum shall be maintained and respect to the Chair shall be paid by all
in the meeting of the Council. A member wishing to take part in the
discussion shall rise in his place and address himself to the Chair. When a
point of order is raised or when the Chairman, rises in his place the member
speaking shall at once resume his seat.
5.3.7 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have
student representatives on them. Provide details of their activities.
Following academic and administrative bodies are having students
representation
Table 5.16: Academic and Administrative Bodies are having students
representation
Sr.
No
1

Name of the
Committee
Board of Studies
(BOS)

Vishakha Cell
Committee

Students Grievances
&
Redressal
Committee

Hostel Committee

Constitution
Chairman: Head of the Department
Members: All faculty members of the department
Two external academic experts in the programme to
be nominated by Academic Council.
Two Experts From industries
One post Graduate Teacher
One postgraduate meritorious alumni to be nominated
by Director.
Chairman BOS with the approval from Director can
co-opt the members
a) from outside college when special courses of
studies are to be formulated
b) other members of staff of the same faculty
One Student Repetitive
Chairman:

Director
One Voluntary organization Representative
One Legal Advisor / Advocate
Three Women faculty Representative
Member
One Gents faculty Representative
One Girl Student Representative
One Boys Student Representative
Chairman:
Director
Members:
COE
Concerned HOD
Students Council
Two Nominated Members
One Nominated women Member
Member Secretary
Dean (Student Development)
Chairman:
Director
Four Faculty member residing in
Members:
Hostel blocks
Two Lady Faculty members
One student from each Hostel
Member Secretary
block
Warden

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Orientation Program 2015-16

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

State Level Inter-Engineering Sports Meet

Street Play

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CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT


6.1.1

State the vision and mission of the College.


Mission: To offer the state of art technical education programmes to shape
promising engineers with requisite skills, knowledge, research
aptitude, values and ethics ensuring rewarding careers.
Vision: Transformation of young minds into competent engineers to face
global challenges.

6.1.2 Does the mission statement define the Colleges distinctive characteristics
in terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to
serve, Colleges traditions and value orientations, vision for the future,
etc.
Mission statement defines the requisite skills, knowledge, and research
aptitude, to cater the needs of the society with the right values and ethics
which will shape the rewarding careers of the students who will serve for the
society.
6.1.3 How is the leadership involved in
* ensuring the organizations management system development,
implementation and continuous improvement
Organization Structure

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Delegation of Authority:
We at RIT are exercising governance through participative approaches.
Importance is always given to the values and care is taken to have transparent
processes and procedures at RIT. Board of Governors (BOG) is our apex
body, which is engaged in designing the strategies for RIT, which aims at,
designing quality teaching learning methodologies, raising funds, financial
planning ,employee welfare policies and enhancing placements. Steering
committee is instrumental in converting strategic objectives into practices.
Director is the chairperson of the steering committee who is the member
secretary of the BOG committee also. Steering committee is comprised of
second highest level of hierarchy. All deans, Registrar, PG convener, T&P
officer and TEQIP coordinator are the members of the committee. It monitors
the directions given by Board of Governors. Operation Review Committee
(ORC) is the stage where the goals and objectives are disseminated to various
departments and actual implementation is done at departmental level. Dean
(Academics) is the Chairperson of the ORC. Deliberations in the ORC are
conveyed to the faculties and staff at departments through Departmental
Program Committee (DPC) and Departmental Post Graduate Committee
(DPGC). In this way the chain of command is maintained and the decisions of
BOG are properly communicated to the grass root level in view of
implementation.
Financial and Academic Authorities are delegated at every level of the
hierarchy and employees are empowered to take decisions.
These all committees are not only working on downwards communication but
believe in motivating every committee member at every stage to add the
values to the systems. So in this way RIT is marching ahead and encouraging
for upward communication even.
The grievance of the staff and faculties are redressed through faculty staff
redressal committee. Every complaint of the employee is treated seriously
because we strongly believe that motivated workforce is the strong pillar of
any organization.
Student grievance is addressed in the committee like students grievances
redressal committee, vishakha Cell Committee and Anti Ragging committee.
Thus we at RIT are always proactive in safe guarding facultys and students
rights. Our tag line of placement cell is career assured, Yes we are definitely
laying the strong foundation for the career of students by developing students
into professional personalities.

Interaction with stakeholders


Department / Course wise parents meets are organized on regular basis.
Alumni meets are also organized twice in the year and other stakeholders
like employers meets are also organized. (Alumni Meet , Parent meet, HR
Meet)

reinforcing culture of excellence


Following OBE, Autonomy, Strategic planning, Quality Circle, culture of
research and innovations, projects with industry, Industry Institute
Interaction, Alumni meet and interaction, students development through
various activities (curricular/co-curricular), best practices, ICT / Web
oriented learning / faculty.

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identifying needs and championing organizational development (OD)?


Globalised conditions are changing very rapidly and it is creating its
impact on society. Expectations of Stakeholders like employers and
parents are changing with a rapid speed, to meet both the expectations we
are revamping our pedagogy as per the requirement. Accordingly faculties
are trained with both outside and in-house trainers. Engaging ourselves
with Outcome based education with the help of IONCUDAS.
Enhancing competencies of nonteaching staff by providing those training
likes Attitude, Behavioral, Team Building and IT Enabled Services.

6.1.4 Were any of the senior leadership positions of the College vacant for more
than a year? If so, indicate the reasons.
No
6.1.5 Does the College ensure that all positions in its various statutory bodies
are filled and conduct of meetings at the stipulated intervals?
Yes, various committees are formed to provide suggestions. These suggestions
are considered wherever it is necessary to implement. Once in every semester
Students open forums are arranged. Suggestions of open forum are discussed
in the statutory bodies and suggestions are implemented.
6.1.6

Does the College promote a culture of participative management? If yes,


indicate the levels of participative management.
Yes, through various committees and sub committees. Institute conducts open
forum for the students in every semester to understand the problems of the
students and to have the feedback from the students on various systems of the
institutes.

6.1.7

Give details of the academic and administrative leadership provided by


the University to the College?
University nominees are there on the following governing bodies.
Board of Governor
Academic council and
Board of Examination

6.1.8

How does the College groom the leadership at various levels?


College is conducting lot of training programs. Some of them are in-house and
some of them are out sourced. College has developed Training need analysis
(TNA) where in provision is made for management and capacity development
of faculty
As per succession planning faculties are identified and training is given to
them in premier institutes to take up higher responsibilities under TEQIP
program.Right from Director, Deans, HODs, HOPS (PG) are being developed
for leadership project.
In house programs are specially organized in the areas of NLP,
REBT(Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy), EPIC ( Enriching people in
Creativity ) program etc.

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6.1.9

Has the College evolved any strategy for knowledge management? If yes,
give details.
Yes, there is a strategy for knowledge management, it is done through proper
training & Implementation.
1) Acquiring new knowledge IIT workshops/ Moodle Server/ MHRDC /
QEEE.
2) Creating new knowledge e.g. patents & products, Publications
3) Dissemination of the knowledge organizing seminar, Webinars,
Workshops, & Publications

6.1.10 How are the following values reflected in various functions of the College?

Contributing to national development

Conducting Social projects like NSS/ celebrating national days,


participating in sawchh bharat abhiyan.
Adhering to tobacco free campus.
We have Nature club.
Performing No vehicle Day to inculcate the Eco friendly culture.

Fostering global competencies among students


Conducting coaching classes for GEE/PSD/Lectures by eminent
personality/ curricular and extracurricular activities are conducted

Inculcating a value system among students


Daily Playing national anthem to inculcate patriotism in the students /
Display values of the institute in the corridors/ Implementing Earn and
learn program/ Ethics / Implementing projects through CEC/ Incubation
centers

Promoting use of technology


Administrative department is continuously striving hard for the upgrading
of the systems used by them. We are adapting so many technological tools
so as follows.

Sending SMS to parents and students to convey attendance, results


and fee receivables.
Face ID is being used to register attendance of the staff members.
Introduced on-line payment system for paying Govt. taxes like
PF,PT,TDS.
Introduced on-line fee payments for students to pay from anywhere of
the location.
Continuously developing ERP system for rendering best services to the
students and staff.
Using API software

Quest for excellence


We are trying to promote our institute to the international level. Admission
of South Sudanese students to our institute is the best example of our

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efforts for show case ourselves at international level. Now we are trying
promote ourselves in the following countries for admissions.

Sudan
Ethiopia
Rwanda
Nepal
Bhutan

Our Director was invited to give her keynote address in Yanshan University,
China and as a expert member on the of AirBus Diversity University Award
2015-16 panel in Adleaide Australia.
Continuously we are participating in the Ranking surveys at National level.
Our many programs are accredited and reaccredited by NBA
6.1.11 Give details of the UGC autonomous
recommendations and its compliance.

review

committees

Review will be done in 2016


6.2

Strategy Development and Deployment

6.2.1 Does the College have a Perspective Plan for development? If so, give the
aspects considered in development of policy and strategy.
Yes, College has a Perspective Plan for development known as One Page
Strategic Plan (OPSP).
OPSP includes mindshare (your recognition to customers), offers a unique
brand promise (that differentiates you from the competition), Brand Promise
Guarantees (catalytic for brand promises guarantees), One Phrase Strategy
(drivers of your business model), Activities (How you execute your business
differently from competitors), and X Factor which makes you think about how
to have a competitive advantage over rivals. BHAG is the key metrics that
defines the essence of your business model.
It also includes Core Values (the foundation of any organization), Purpose
(need of survival), Actions and BHAG (a goal which is legendry or lofty goal)
and Targets.
Actions and targets are based on following points.
Teaching and learning process.
Strengthening research base.
Community engagement
Human resource planning and development
Industry institute interaction
Enriching administrative services
Placement

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6.2.2 Enunciate the internal organizational structure of the College for decision
making processes and their effectiveness.
Organizational structure of the College

6.2.3 Specify how many planned proposals were initiated/ implemented, during
the last four years. Give details.
AICTE & Government of Maharashtra has approved following new
courses from
Academic year 2015-2016 are as follows
M. Tech. Mechanical Heat Power Engineering 18 seats
Diploma (Second shift)
Automobile Engineering
: 60 seats
Electrical Engineering
: 60 seats
Civil Engineering
: 60 seats
Mechanical Engineering
: 60 seats
Continuation of supernumerary seats of PIO
6.2.4 Does the College have a formally stated quality policy? How is it designed,
driven, deployed and reviewed?
Yes.
We are committed to impart quality education in Engineering & Management
keeping in mind global trends and the needs of the industry in a rapid
changing environment and as per guidelines from regulatory and other bodies
such as AICTE, UGC, DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION,
TEQIP etc.

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Salient features of institutional quality policy are:


1. College education is student centered
2. Academic freedom is granted to faculty and students
3. Faculty is encouraged and enabled to upgrade continuously, to
international standard.
4. Laboratories are being modernized.
5. Education is aligned to global needs.
6. College promotes research attitude amongst students and faculty.
7. College arranges special programs for needy students.
8. College strives to improve scholarship, reach to excellence continuously.
9. College strives to establish organic links with industry.
6.2.5 How does the College ensure that grievances / complaints are promptly
attended to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to analyze the
nature of grievances for promoting better stakeholder-relationship?
Students Grievances & Redressal Committee:
Functions:

Examine and enquire the student(s) and staff involved in malpractice.


Decide the punishment depending upon the gravity of the offence. Appeal
to the director
It shall take care of the inputs received from students, observers and staff
regarding indiscipline, ragging and sexual harassment activities of the
student.
Anti ragging is one of the important and mandatory functions of the
committee. The committee shall look into the ragging cases. It should
counsel the students for anti ragging and follow the principle of preventive
actions. In addition, student committees shall be formed for anti ragging
and some of the parents shall also be involved in helping the institute to
avoid ragging.
Avoiding sexual harassment in the Institute is other important and
mandatory function of the committee .The committee shall try to prevent
cases of sexual harassment in the institute.

Procedure:

All complaints regarding malpractices in internal assessment tests and


Semester-End Examinations should be referred to the Chairman of the
committee.
Any action on the part of candidate at an examination trying to get undue
advantage in the performance at examinations or trying to help another, or
derive the same through unfair means is punishable according to the
gravity of the offence.
The involvement of the Staff, who are in charge of conducting
examinations, valuing examination papers and preparing/keeping records
of documents relating to the examinations, in such acts (inclusive of
providing incorrect or misleading information) that infringe upon the
course of natural justice to one and all concerned at the examination shall
be viewed seriously and recommended for award of appropriate
punishment after thorough enquiry.
The Director shall take necessary action as per the recommendations of the
committee.
Student or staff shall forward the written complaints to member secretary.

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All complaints shall be investigated and all enquiries relating to


misconduct of the students shall be presented to the committee.
If nature of complaint is not severe, students can be counseled.
If nature of complaint is severe, to check the severity of the complaint,
GRC may form a subcommittee.
Enquiry shall be done by sub-committee and enquiry report shall be
forwarded to GRC.
Committee shall give appropriate punishment on the basis of severity of
the misconduct.

6.2.6 Does the College have a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on
institutional performance? If yes, what was the institutional response?
Earlier institutional performance feedback was taken only from faculty and
staff. This year we have taken overall online institutional feedback from
faculty, staff and students.
6.2.7 In what way the affiliating University helped the College to identify the
developmental needs of the College?
Every year Local Inquiry Committee visit to the institute to monitor the
compliances and even the systems. Suggestions are given always to rectify the
systems.
6.2.8 Does the affiliating university have a functional College Development
Council (CDC) or Board of College and University Development
(BCUD)? If yes, In what way College is benefitted.
The developmental needs of the affiliated institutions are considered through
affiliation section and the BCUD. The Perspective Plan for the development of
higher education is prepared and submitted to the state government for its
approval. The affiliating institutions also communicate their academic
demands to the BCUD. The University has developed the Weak College
Development Programme. It was started from the academic year 2012-13.
Such affiliating institutions are identified on the basis of their location,
infrastructure and the facilities of library. Two affiliated institutions during the
year 2012-13 and seven affiliated institutions in 2013-14 were disbursed Rs.
1,45,000/- and Rs. 4,45,000/- respectively for their development. The
BCUD/Affiliation Section regularly conducts the meetings of Principals.
Newly appointed Principals are oriented in respect of the office procedures,
academics, support services, fundings and examination related issues. The
University takes initiative to motivate the colleges for NAAC accreditation
and institutional autonomy. The number of NAAC accredited and reaccredited
colleges are 60 and 81 respectively. The college teachers are invited for
various academic programmes. Some of the University endowment lecture
series are organized at the college level. Similarly the sports activities, Youth
Festival and research related orientation programmes are decentralized.
The BCUD conducts the academic audit of the University Departments and
the Affiliated Colleges. Academic planning is prepared by the BCUD it
ensures the long-term and short-term development plans, the BCUD is liaison
office between the various stakeholders. In view of these functions and the
structure of the BCUD, the University tries to bring the social and the regional
balance in the higher education system. The industry, society and farming
community are specially focused in the University research activities. The
University always looks into the vision and mission being reflected in its
achievements.
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6.2.9 How does the College get feedback from non-teaching, teaching, parents
and alumni on its functioning and how it is utilized?
College collects overall institutional online feedback from teaching, nonteaching staff and students once in a semester. This feedback reflects various
aspects of institute such as

Director as a leader
Office management
Library
Infrastructure and services
Relationship

6.2.10 Does the College encourage autonomy to its academic departments and
how does it ensure accountability?
Yes, Board of Studies (BOS) and Department Advisory Board (DAB) are
formed at every department. DAB gives suggestions to BOS as per industry
demands and latest trends. BOS takes into consideration all the suggestions
and inputs given by the DAB and other stake holders and prepares program
curriculum structure and detail curriculum. Institutes academic council gives
approval to the curriculum structure and detail curriculum.
6.2.11 Does the College conduct performance auditing of its various
departments?
Yes, College conducts performance audit of every department. College
identifies the key areas through One Page Strategic Plan. These key areas are
given as targets to every department. Annually the achievements of the given
target is evaluated by Dean Quality Assurance. This indicates the performance
of the department.
6.3

Faculty Empowerment Strategies

6.3.1 What efforts are made by the College to enhance the professional
development of teaching and non teaching staff?
MDPs/FDPs are often conducted. Training need analysis is always undertaken
to know the training needs and accordingly the training programs are arranged
as follows.

Pedagogy
ICT learning
Competency development
Soft skill development
Motivational programs

6.3.2 What is the outcome of the review of the Performance Appraisal Reports?
List the major decisions.
Performance Appraisal of each faculty is carried out annually as per the
UGCs Performance based appraisal system. The institute identifies strengths
and weakness of individual faculty members, the process is transparent and if
required counseling is provided. Annual increments are released based upon
the score achieved by the faculty.
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6.3.3 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non teaching
staff? What percentage of staff have availed the benefit of such schemes in
the last four years?
Table 6.1: Welfare schemes
Welfare schemes

Beneficiary %

Special leave

100%

Community fund

100%

Insurance

100%

Medical test

100%

Advances on medical grounds

100%

6.3.4 What are the measures taken by the College for attracting and retaining
eminent faculty?
We believe that our faculties are the pillars of the institute. We are having
following policies for retaining the faculties

Succession plans
Service benefits
Sponsoring for Ph. D.
SEED funding

6.3.5 Has the College conducted a gender audit during the last four years? If
yes, mention a few salient findings.
Table 6.2: Diversity in Admission gender wise
B.Tech

Year

M.Tech.

MBA

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

2013-14

69

31

80

20

48

52

2014-15

70

30

79

21

48

52

2015-16

68

32

76

24

44

56

Table 6.3: Diversity in Faculty Position Gender Wise


All PROGRAM

Total

Year
2013-14

Male
81%

Female
19%

2014-15

80 %

20%

2015-16

82%

18%

6.3.6 Does the College conduct any gender sensitization programs for its staff?
Yes, college conducts various programs for faculties, staff members and
students through separate VISHAKHA cell, which directly or indirectly
addresses issues related to gender sensitization. Following are some of the
activities recently carried out under this cell.

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Seminar on Legal Aspects Concerned with Women.

Expert lecture on Health Awareness.

Seminar on Gender Sensitization.

6.3.7 What is the impact of the Universitys UGC-Academic Staff College


Programmes in enhancing competencies of the College faculty?
For every academic year few faculty members are deputed to academic staff
colleges, NITTTR, Engineering staff college, Hyderabad for enhancing
competencies. It is found that after attending such programs faculty members
have improved teaching skills.
6.4

Financial Management and Resource Mobilization

6.4.1 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and efficient use
of financial resources?
We are having a proper budgeting system. Requirement of departments are
invited well in advance and are discussed in the finance committee and then
the budgets are allocated. While allocating the budget the factual picture of fee
receipts, IRG and consultancy is considered. Budgets are allocated by
considering the following points.
1) U.G.C / AICTE guideline.
2) As per the suggestion of LIC of S.U. Kolhapur.
3) Students requirements.
4) Facilitation of Research Culture.
6.4.2 Does the College have a mechanism for internal and external audit? Give
details.
Yes, we have the mechanism of Pre-Audit. Every Financial year external
Audit is done by Registered Chartered Accountants and submitted reports are
taken into consideration
6.4.3 Provide audited income and expenditure statement of academic and
administrative activities of the previous four years.
Audit statement of the year 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 attached.
Previous four year Audit statement copy attached in Annexure VII.
6.4.4 Have the accounts been audited regularly? What are the major audit
objections and how are they complied with?
The financial accounts has been Audited regularly. The audit objections
completed in audit period and accounts keeping as per suggestion of Auditor
regularly. Up till now no major audit objection are found
6.4.5 Narrate the efforts taken by the College for resource mobilization.
Financial resources are mobilized as mention in Point No. 6.4.1. Human
resources (Teaching, Non-Teaching) are monitored by Dean Quality
Assurance and Administration wing respectively. It is always seen that
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6.4.6 Is there any provision for the College to maintain the corpus fund? If
yes, give details.
The college makes provision for maintain Corpus Fund from all fixed
deposit interest.
a) The maturity of fixed deposit the interest amount transfer to Corpus Fund
A/c and this amount is deposited in fixed deposit as a Corpus Fund.
b) The Corpus Fund fixed deposit interest is reinvested after maturity of
Fixed Deposit
6.5

Internal Quality Assurance System

6.5.1 Does the College conduct an academic audit of its departments? If yes,
give details.
Yes,The process of academic audit is being introduced from second semester
of 2009-2010. The objective of academic audit is to have brief hand
information regarding the teaching learning process with planned intervention
to enhance the quality of teaching- learning process and facilitate the learning
of all students. A methodological approach is laid for conducting the audit.
6.5.2 Based on the recommendations of academic audit what specific measures
have been taken by the College to improve teaching, learning and
evaluation?
Based on the academic audit counseling of the faculty is done through the
counseling the faculty weakness are addressed and suggestions are given to
improve teaching- learning.
6.5.3 Is there a central body within the College to continuously review the
teaching learning process? Give details of its structure, methodologies of
operations and outcome?
Centrally Dean Academics is the chairman of this committee and senior
professors from college, all deans and all HODs are member of this committee
and coordinator is Academic coordinator for this committee.
Methodology is assessor has to report to Dean Academics then Dean
Academic in consultation with director will call the faculty and mentor for
teaching learning processes.
Outcome is faculty will get their lacunas in teaching learning processes and
will improve himself.
Calculation of Learning index
Every question being equally important carries an equal weight of 0.125
The Learning index can be calculated as
 (0.125) qi
Where qi is the rating given to ith question

Procedure followed

Select randomly 20 no. of students from each class.


Distribute feedback form to these students.
Read and explain each question and ask students to reply and also
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You may collect students special remarks, suggestions other than covered
in the questions.
Calculate average L.I. per subject.
Best L.I. will be 10, Average L.I. will be 7 faculty score less than 7 will be
unacceptable.
Faculty scoring less than 7 needs further counseling, mentoring by
concerned assessor.
Faculty to prepare and submit action plan for further improvement to
Dean-Academic & copy to concerned HOD.
At the end of semester again quick feedback will be taken from the same
group of students by concerned assessor only for low performing faculty
members to check for any improvement happened.

6.5.4 How has IQAC contributed to institutionalizing quality assurance


strategies and processes?
IQAC cell has been recently formed. Institute has its own policy for assuring
the quality. As per this policy institute applies for accreditation of all
programs. All UG and four PG programs are accredited/reaccredited by NBA
New Delhi. Institute is also accredited by The Institution of Engineers (India)
Kolkata.
Similarly API (Academic Performa Index) scores of all faculty members are
accessed and used for appraisal and increments.
Dean Quality Assurance looks after all these activities and keeps track of
accreditation status.
6.5.5 Does the IQAC have external members on its committees? If so, mention
any significant contribution made by such members.
Yes. Following external members have been enlisted in IQAC cell.
Mr. Garje Shrikant, M.E.-Design (Proposal Manager, Europe, Middle East,
India & Africa), Black & Veatch (16 years Industrial Experience) (Alumni
representative)IQAC cell has been recently formed.
Mr. S. V. Ramdurgkar, Industrialist, Karad, Dist. Satara.
6.5.6 Has the IQAC conducted any study on the incremental academic growth
of students from disadvantaged sections of society?
IQAC cell has been recently formed. We are planning to conduct study on the
incremental academic growth of students from next academic year.
6.5.7 What policies are in place for the periodic review of administrative and
academic departments, subject areas, research centers, etc.?

General Counseling and behavioral counseling


The counseling cell is constantly experimenting quite sensitively on - what do
students need and where do they fall short. It focuses on chronic failures as
well as chances of getting converted in habitual failures among students.
The advisory body of the cell includes professional counselors to help the
students to solve their various problems. It arranges expert lectures for
critical subjects, workshops on personality development, career guidance, time
management, improving concentration etc.

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It has come out with success thus giving valuable inputs to our academic
planning and implementation process. The counseling activity is supported by
Parents Liasion Scheme. The Parents Meets are arranged in the institute and
outside as well. The meets outside, are planned in the cities, from where a large
number of students come to RIT.

Internal and external auditing


Internal Audit done by auditor every week, after auditing the bills will be
processed for payment. External Audit conducted by the auditor every
quarter and finalization of accounts will be done at the end of the
accounting year.

Academic and administrative auditing


Academic audit is conducted to take review of students learning at the mid
of every semester. Faculty having low score are mentored and monitored
for improved teaching learning process.

Administrative Auditing consist of Annual financial auditor, TEQIP Audit.


We have external auditor appointed for the financial and Accounts audit.
Even weekly auditing of bills and payment is done and at the end of year
the final audit is done.

Regular meetings of BoS to review subject policies.


Any additional information regarding Governance, Leadership and
Management, which the institution would like to include
Board of Governance (BOG)

Board members selected by a committee


Register the interest areas of members
No conflict of interest is ensured
Contribution of each board member ensured
Regular board meetings with properly documented MOM and ATR
Self Review (Honest Assessment)
Development Plan (Clear, time Bond)
Governance Guideline (Desire Process and practices)
Continuous Development and sharing Experience
Importance of Board of Governance

It is an umbrella which encompasses the functioning of the Institute


Gives the direction, decides the vision, Mission and Goals
Prepare Strategic plan for growth and development
Governance, delegation, transparency
Monitor performance of Director and Institute in general.

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CRITERIA VII: INNOVATION AND BEST PRACTICES


7.1

Environment Consciousness

7.1.1 Does the College conduct a Green Audit of its campus?


College does conduct the green audit formally. College has green campus. In
front of the college there is well maintained lawn with sprinklers. There is
separate cell for maintenance of the campus through which campus kept clean
and green. Dust bins are provided at many places.
Treated water from municipality and MIDC is available for use and also RO
water treatment plants and coolers are placed at many locations.
Campus is tobacco and smoking free.
7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the College to make the campus ecofriendly?
*

Energy conservation
Counseling of staff and students is done to switch off fans, tubes,
computers etc when not in use. One person is appointed to look after this
activity. Use of CFL at some places. Use of air conditioning units is made
only when essential.

* Use of renewable energy


Solar energy panels are used for heating water for bathrooms in hostels.
Solar street light are installed in front of college main building
* Water harvesting
Under ground water tank of 70,000 lit capacity is built for storage of rain
water during rainy season.
* Check dam construction
Ground is almost plain, not applicable.
* Efforts for Carbon neutrality
Campus is green campus. Around the college compound big trees are
grown. The green waste is collected every day and dumped at one corner
of the campus. Also collected solid waste converted into compost by using
vermin composting technique which is installed and operated in the hostel
campus. Manufactured vermin compost is used for gardening purpose.
* Plantation
College campus is green and maintained properly. Trees are planted
regularly. It is proposed to do the landscaping around the continuing
education center building and one corner of the campus.
* Hazardous waste management
Paper waste is regularly sold to outside agency. College does not produce
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much of the hazardous waste. Chemistry and environmental laboratories


are well ventilated to drive out the acid fumes generated in the
laboratories.
* e-waste management
Electronic and computer accessories which are irreparable are considered
as scrap and sold to licensed authority through auction. Also some new
purchase is done through under old buy back scheme.
*

any other
Grey water treatment plant is established and operated in hostel campus
and treated waste water is used for gardening purpose.
Food waste from mess is used as raw material for bio gas plant and
generated bio-gas is used for cooking purpose. Students are doing research
on bio gas as alternative fuel for vehicles.
Chemical fire extinguishers are charged periodically from outside licensed
agency. The college has taken initiatives to make the system paperless.
The papers are reused for printing.

7.2

Innovations

7.2.1 Provide details of innovations introduced during the last four years which
have created a positive impact on the functioning of the College.

7.3

7.4

Innovations introduced during the last four year which have created a positive
impact on the functioning of the college
Autonomy The institute became an autonomous institute by introducing
academic autonomy. Focus was on curriculum design, delivery and
evaluation of students.
Some innovations in Autonomy:
Mini projects from first year of engineering to promote creativity and
innovations amongst students.
Engineering graphics is taught using AutoCAD software from first year.
Blooms taxonomy, OBE implemented with the help of software
IONCUDOS. It documents from designing curriculum to implementing
curriculum taking into account stakeholders expectations with respect to
COs/POs/PEOs. INOCUDOS (trade name) software used to process the
OBE related data.
Administrative System
SMS system for parents to communicate results, fee receipts etc.
Online payment fees from students, PF/PT/ITax, other party payments
Total admission process under one umbrella purchasing of broachers to
generation of Identity card.
R & D & Industry Interaction
Idea registered Any students can registered his / her Idea in the register
& take it up as a project. That Idea which is registered can be claimed for
patent in future.
M. Tech -Dissertation Real life problems from industry is taken up by students
in partnership with Industry as sponsored projects and solutions provided to
the industry at the end of project in the form of dissertation.
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7.3.1 Give details of any two best practices which have contributed to better
academic and administrative functioning of the College.
Best Practices 1
1. Title of the Practice: Quality Circles
2. Objectives of the Practice / Outcomes
After successful completion of the activity, following are the outcomes that
are expected to be achieved.
1. Boosting of faculty morale and development of positive attitude in them.
2. Joy of creative fulfillment and team building.
3. Development of mindset of the faculty for problem solving and its use to
create research culture in the institute.
4. Availability of platform to showcase creativity amongst faculty members
5. Awareness about academic problems and their solutions.
6. Development of experimental setup and learning resource material
7. Reduced conflict, infighting and absentism
8. Recognition to team members and the institute at national and international
levels through participation in several competitions
3. The Context
The Quality Circles provides a systematic problem solving methodology to
solve work area related problems. The technique is used in the industries and
is widely accepted because it helps in the problems that finally results in
monetary savings for the industries. The main challenge in the activity in an
educational institute like us was to convince the faculty about the intangible
benefits that the students, faculty and the institute as a whole is going to get
after solving the problems.
The design of the activity was done by keeping in mind the issue of
participation of the faculty members and motivation needed to them. The
faculty members, after participating in the activity / winning the prizes are
going to get proportionate points to enrich their Academic Performance Index.
Apart from this, the first three winning teams at institute level are awarded
with a trip with per head expenses of Rs. 1000, Rs. 750 and Rs.500
respectively.
This helped to ensure necessary participation from the faculty in the activity.
4. The Practice
A quality circle is a volunteer group composed of faculty members, who are
trained to identify, analyze and solve work-related problems and present their
solutions to the management in order to improve performance of the
organization. Rajarambapu Institute of Technology (R.I.T.), Islampur,
Maharashtra, India is successfully implementing this activity from last more
than fifteen years.
As a part of quality circle activity in the institute, faculty groups from nine
departments work collaboratively to apply quality circle methodology and
develop as well as implement the solutions in order to contribute to the
academic empowerment. Quality Circle teams every year are given a theme to
work upon such as, How to make learning enjoyable in the class,
Technology development, Waste management etc.

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As stated earlier, there are not many educational institutes where Quality
Circle is implemented with such a consistency as R.I.T. did from past more
than fifteen years. This activity is the unique feature of the institute and it has
shown useful results in terms of solution to several problems that are
addressed so far. Some of the problems (Table 1) are listed below gives an
idea about the contribution of the activity in improvement in teachinglearning.
Table 7.1: Some of the problems solved under Quality Circle activity
S.N.

Title of the Problem

Prototype model of the Wet Scrubber for Industrial Chimney

Development of Seat Belt Anchorage Test Set-up according to standard


FMVSS 210

Attendance Recording System

Difficulties in large geographical area by traditional irrigation methods

Simulating E-Tutor Software to prepare notes for effective teachinglearning process

Socio-Technological Projects from Engineering Students

Poor response of students to study type experiments

A study of inability of students to convert theoretical concepts into


practical applications

Failure of students in Mathematics

5. Evidence of Success
The institute is a regular member of Quality Circle Forum of India (QCFI),
Secunderabad and takes part in competitions organized by it at chapter and
national level every year. From last few years, several groups from R.I T.
have represented the institute at the Chapter, National and International
level conventions and received several awards (fig. 2 shows an example).
Some of the awards received are listed in Table 2.
Table 7.2 : Awards received at various conventions
Department

Problems undertaken

Awards Bagged
Silver Award at Chapter convention

Automobile
Engineering

Poor response of students to study type


experiments

Par Excellence Award at National convention


Gold Medal Award at Int. convention

Civil
Engineering

Prototype model of the Wet Scrubber for


Industrial Chimney

Silver Award at Chapter convention

Computer
Sci.
and
Engineering

Lack of facilities for monitoring the patients

Silver Award at Chapter convention

Inadequate departmental information system

Excellence Award at National convention

Excellence Award at National convention

Gold Award at Chapter convention


Mechanical
Engineering

Inadequate
quality
of
turmeric
conventional cooking process

in

Excellence Award at National convention


Golden Award at All India Seminar on Quality
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6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required


Following are hurdles in implementation of Quality Circles in engineering
education.
Mentality to compare the outputs received more or less in terms of
monetary achievements and savings after implementation and hence
resistance to the activity.
Academic institutes are not profit making organizations, so the funds
required for quality circle activities are not affordable to all the institutes.
Lack of awareness and training among faculty, regarding quality circle
approach and its usefulness to bring positive change.
Many academicians view education as an intangible, and so, not applicable
to the productivity boosting techniques employed by industry.
Tendency to emphasize more on individual achievements that runs
contrary to participation in groups.
Academic schedule is not particularly conducive to quality circles, wherein
most busy period of the term end and vacation breaks are not able to
maintain continuity in activities
Highly educated circle members may hamper circle progress due to their
tendency to become over philosophical about the purpose of quality circle.
R.I.T. also has foreseen and experienced the hurdles mentioned above but
could overcome them due to strong willingness and positive approach
towards the activity.
Solution to some of the problems requires financial provision to be made
for the purchase of different components or fabrication of a setup. A
budgetary provision of Rs. 2 lacs is made for Quality Circle activity to take
care of such expense
Best Practices-2
1. Title of the Practice
This title should capture the keywords that describe the practice.
One Page Strategic Plan (OPSP)
2. Objectives of the Practice
What are the objectives / intended outcomes of this best practice and
what are the underlying principles or concepts of this practice (in about
100 words)?
OPSP discusses about People, Strategy, Execution and Cash. It talks about
Growth Methods called results. It includes four steps, viz. decisions,
discipline, drivers and catalyst. Decision consists of People Happiness,
Growth Strategy, Execution in Time and Cash Option. Discipline tells
about priorities, top five and top 1 of 5; qualitative and quantitative data
and meeting frequency. Drivers include people (employees, customers and
shareholders) and processes (make/buy, sell and record keeping) and
catalyst include advisors, consultants and coaches.

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OPSP includes mindshare (your recognition to customers), offers a unique


brand promise (that differentiates you from the competition), Brand
Promise Guarantees (catalytic for brand promises guarantees), One Phrase
Strategy (drivers of your business model), Activities (How you execute
your business differently from competitors), and X Factor which makes
you think about how to have a competitive advantage over rivals. BHAG
is the key metrics that defines the essence of your business model.
It also includes Core Values (the foundation of any organization), Purpose
(need of survival), Actions and BHAG (a goal which is legendry or lofty
goal) and Targets.
3. The Context
What were the contextual features or challenging issues that needed to be
addressed in designing and implementing this practice (in about 150
words)?
One Page Strategic Plan is a technique suggested by Varne Harneshs for
growth of corporate organization which is profit making organization. But
educational institutes are non-profit making organizations it is hard to
apply this particular model for such organizations. Designing OPSP for
our institute was a major challenge. It was difficult to identify the concepts
like profit market capture, revenue, brand promise BHAG etc which were
purely applicable for profit making organizations.
While implementing this practice initially targets and incentives were
given only to key position holders. But within a time it was observed that
every faculty in the organization is working for the development of
institute as teaching learning is a key process in development of institute.
Hence all faculties were given targets and incentives.
4. The Practice
Describe the practice and its uniqueness in the context of India higher
education. What were the constraints / limitations, if any, faced (in about
400 words)?
College follows one page strategic plan for development of the institute.
The goal of the institute after 5 years is presented in this plan. Further
these goals are divided year wise. As per this plan, following thrust areas
are identified

Admission: Improving intake quality of students, Strengthening of


administrative processes
Strengthening competency of students for higher education and
employment
Strengthening Industry Institute Interaction
Strengthening of academic processes: Implementation of OBE and usage
of ICT
Accreditation: Accrediting bodies like NBA. NAAC etc.
Strengthening of research base: Strengthening of 3Ps (Publication, Projects
and Patents)

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One Page Strategic Plan (OPSP) 2015-16


Organization Name: Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar.
People (Relationship Drivers)
Employees
1. Director of Institute
2. Faculty & Staff
Community

Customers
1. Students
2. Faculty & Staff

Stakeholder
1. B. O. G.
2. Industry

&

3. Industry and Higher Education Institutes 3.


Parents
CORE
VALUES/B
PURPOSE
TARGETS (3-5 YRS.)
GOALS (1 YR)
ELIEFS
(Why)
(Where)
(What)
(Should/Sho
uldnt)
Practice
what
we
preach
Honesty and
Sincerity
To
impart
Fairness and
Future Date
quality technical
01.08.2017
YR Ending
01.08.2016
equality
education
Cooperation
Joy
of
Learning
Each
one
can excel
Fees
Revenues
Revenues
Fees Collection
collection
Audited
Non
Profit
Statements,
IRG, Fees,
Organisation,
Profit
Profit
funding
Audited
from outside
Statement
Agencies
100%
Admission,
admissions of
students with
Mkt. Capture.
100%
of
Mkt. Capture.
sanctioned
diversity
seats.
(Region, State,
Nation)
NBA
Accreditation
of 3UG and
All eligible
Accreditation
Accreditation 2PG Programs
programs
and
NAAC
Accreditation
of Institute
100% Fee
100%
Fee
Cash
Cash
collection
collection
Recruiting
Recruiting
from
IIT,
from IIT, NIT
Faculty
NIT
and Faculty
and
premier
premier
institutes.
institutes.
Placement
100%
Placement
60%
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CORE
VALUES/B
ELIEFS
(Should/Sho
uldnt)

PURPOSE
(Why)

TARGETS (3-5 YRS.)


(Where)

GOALS (1 YR)
(What)

Publication,
Project and
Patent
(Publication
s in indexed
journals
suggested
by Research
Publication
Research and
Research and
Committee:
Development
Development
250
no,
Funded
Research
Projects
:
200L,
Consultancy
: 100L and
Patents10
nos.)

Publication,
Project
and
Patent.
Publications in
indexed
journals
suggested by
Research
Publication
Committee: 20
nos,
Funded
Research
Projects :40L,
Consultancy
:20L
and
Patents : 5 nos.

a) 100% usage
of Ioncudos
.Usage
of
Moodle for
better clarity
a) Strengthen
to students
ing
of
and
Teaching
interaction
Learning
with
Results of the
Process.
Results
of
students.
Institute
b)
Stre Institute
b) Participation
ngthening
of Industry
of Industry
in
Institute
curriculum
Interaction
development
,
Lab
development
,
training
programs
and projects.
Achievement
of
TEQIP
-TEQIP
performance
indicators
Green Campus
a) Green Audit
Energy
of
Infrastructure
Efficient
Infrastructure Infrastructure.
Campus
b)
Energy
Audit.
Actions

Key Thrusts/Capabilities
3 5 Priorities.
1.a) Admission: 1. a) To attract top JEE score
Improving
students from different regions
intake quality of and international students.

Key Initiatives
Annual Priorities.
1. a) Activities to attract top JEE
ranked students.
Activities to attract international

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CORE
VALUES/B
ELIEFS
(Should/Sho
uldnt)

PURPOSE
(Why)
students,
b) Strengthening
of
administrative
processes:
Prof. R. D.
Padval
2.
Strengthening
competency of
students
for
higher education
and employment
Dr.
S.
M.
Sawant, Prof. P.
P.
Deshpande
and Prof. P.M.
Jadhav.

TARGETS (3-5 YRS.)


(Where)

GOALS (1 YR)
(What)

b) Initiating effective ICT students.


based administrative services
b) Defining the administrative
service
charter
and
its
implementation.

2.
Developing students for
competitive exams like GATE,
GRE, CAT, MAT Etc. and
2.
Comprehensive Student
entrepreneurship skills.
development
for
higher
Interaction with alumni.
education,
entrepreneurship
Identifying new companies for
and employment.
placements.
Preparing
students
for
placement.

3. MoUs with industries.


Carrying out live projects with
3. Strengthening
industry.
Industry
Field/implant training of faculty
Institute
and students.
3. Strengthening of industry
Interaction :
Representation of faculty on
institute interaction.
Prof.
P.M.
industry board.
Jadhav
and
Providing training to industry
HODs
people.
Establishing joint laboratories
with industries.
4. Strengthening
4. a) Design, delivery and
of
academic
assessment of courses/programs.
processes:
b) 100% usage of Ioncudos.
Dr.
M.
T.
c) Usage of Moodle for better
4. Implementation of OBE.
Telsang
Usage of ICT
clarity to students and interaction
Prof.
M.V.
with students.
Kavade
Prof.
S.A.
Thorat
5. Accreditation
:
5. Accreditation
Dr. A.C. Attar
6. Strengthening
of research base

6. Strengthening
of 3Ps.
Dr.
A.
B.
(Publish, Project, and Patent)
Kakade
Prof.
P.
P.
Deshpande

5. Preparation
of SSR for
NAAC and Preparation of SAR
for 3UG and 2PG NBA
Accreditation.
6. a) Preparing Research
proposal for external funding,
Publication and Project.
b) Development of Centre for
Innovation,
Incubation
and
Entrepreneurship Development.

7. a) TEQIP
Dr. P. S. Patil

----

7.
a)
Achievement
performance indicators

8. Infrastructure

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CORE
VALUES/B
ELIEFS
(Should/Sho
uldnt)

PURPOSE
(Why)
Prof.
Mohite

Core
Competenci
es

TARGETS (3-5 YRS.)


(Where)

P.M.

Profit/X
100%
admission
of
sanction
seat
and
fees
collection.
BHAG
RIT should be
ranked among
best
1st 50
performing
institute by 2018
in India

GOALS (1 YR)
(What)
a) Green Audit of Infrastructure.
b) Energy Audit.

Brand Promises KPIs


- Student Competency
- Research outputs
- 100 % employability

Critical #: People (B/S)


Students
and
faculty
competency.

Critical #: Process (P/L)


Brand Promise
Career Assured.

Administrative Processes
Placement
Academic systems (OBE)

5. Evidence of Success

Provide evidence of success such as performance against targets and


benchmarks, review results. What do these results indicate? Describe in
about 200 words.
OPSP is implemented for year 2009 to 2014 and 2015 to 2019. In first five
years the identified thrust areas were as follows:
Recruitment 20% of faculty from NIT, IIT, BIT.
Capacity building for autonomy.
Comprehensive Student Development Activity for Academics, Placement
& Higher Education
Tie-up with reputed Indian Institutes and Foreign Universities.
Strengthening Research Base.
The achievements after first five years were:
Institute got Autonomy in the year 2011.
Institute got selected for TEQIP II
Placements were increased from 51 to 65%.
Publications were increased by 15%.
In the next five years the identified thrust areas are:

1. Admission: Improving intake quality of students, Strengthening of


administrative processes
2. Strengthening competency of students for higher education and
employment
3. Strengthening Industry Institute Interaction
4. Strengthening of academic processes: Implementation of OBE and usage
of ICT.
5. Accreditation: Accrediting bodies like NBA. NAAC etc.
6. Strengthening of research base: Strengthening of 3Ps (Publication, Projects
and Patents)
The achievements till current years are as follows:
1. Institute Industry Interaction is increased in terms of MOUs, Faculty
training, Professional training.
2. Number of publications is increased by 10%.
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3. 5 patents are registered.


4. 30 projects are sanctioned under In-house seed funding.
5. All UG programmes are NBA accredited and re accredited and 3PG
programmes are NBA accredited.
6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

Please identify the problems encountered and resources required to


implement the practice (in about 150 words).
The strategic plan model adopted by the institute is designed for business
organizations. Hence it was a big challenge to translate this model to fit
into the academic environment. Through brain storming we identified the
performance indicators and measures to suit the academic environment.
Being a self financing institute there are financial constraints to implement
the strategic plan like
Huge investment in advanced equipments in lab.
Attracting high end faculty and researchers to rural place

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Quality Circle Presentation at Kanpur

KRA Award Ceremony 2014-15

KRA Award Ceremony 2014-15

Declaration
by the Head of
the Institution

Compliance
Certificate

Part B
Evaluative
Report of
Departments

Evaluative Report
of
Automobile Engineering
Department

NAAC Self Study Report for Autonomous Colleges

Evaluative Report of Automobile Engineering Department


1.

Name of the Department & its year of establishment


Automobile Engineering Department is established in 1983.
Table ER- AUTO-01: Department & its year of establishment
Name

Started in

Intake

Automobile Engineering (UG)

1983

60

Automobile Engineering (PG)

2010

18

Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated


Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)

2.

Table ER- AUTO-02: Names of Programmes / Courses offered


Under Graduate Programme
B. Tech. (Automobile)

Duration: 4 years

Intake: 60

Duration: 2 years

Intake: 18

Post Graduate Programme


M. Tech. (Automobile)

3.

Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved


Table ER- AUTO-03: Interdisciplinary courses and Departments involved
Course
Automotive Electronics

F.Y. M. Tech

Renewable and Non conventional


Energy sources.

F.Y. M. Tech

Electric And Hybrid Vehicles

F.Y. M. Tech

Reliability Engineering
Hydraulic and Pneumatics
Non- conventional energy sources
in Automotives

4.

Name of
Programme

Final Year
B. Tech
Final Year
B. Tech
Final Year
B. Tech

Departments Involved
Automobile,
Mechanical,
Electronics & Electrical
Automobile,
Mechanical
&
Electrical
Automobile,
Mechanical
&
Electrical
Automobile,
Mechanical,
Electrical, Civil and E & TC
Automobile & Mechanical
Automobile,
Electrical, Civil

Annual/ semester/choice based credit system


Department is adopting semester based credit system.
Table ER- AUTO-04: Credit System
Programme

5.

Mechanical,

Credit system

B.Tech. Automobile Engineering

Semester based

M.Tech. Automobile Engineering

Semester based

Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments


Students of department are participating in various courses offered by departments
other than Automobile Engineering Department.

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Table ER- AUTO-05: Participation of the department in the courses


Course Name

6.

Course offering Department

Environment Impact Assessment

Civil Engineering

Material Management

Civil Engineering

Robotics

E & TC Engineering

Entrepreneurship Development

Mechanical Engineering

Supply Chain Management

Mechanical Engineering

Product Design and Development

Mechanical Engineering

Aircraft Industry and Systems

Mechanical Engineering

Information Technology foundation programme

Computer Science and Engineering

Industrial Automation and Process Control

Electrical Engineering

ITBM

Information Technology

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/


Asst. Professors)
Table ER- AUTO-06: Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled
Post

Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

01

01

Associate Professors

04

01

Asst. Professors

12

17

Professors

01

00

Associate Professors

01

01

Asst. Professors

01

01

B. Tech. (Automobile)

M. Tech. (Automobile)

7.

Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization:


Table ER- AUTO-07: Faculty profile
Name

Qualifica
tion

Designat
ion

D. G.
Thombare

ME
(Mech.)

Professor

Ph.D.

Asso.
Professor

ME(Mech.)

Asso.
Professor

S. D. Yadav
S. T.
Satpute

Specialization
I. C. Engine &
Automobile
Engineering
Alternative fuels,
Automobile
Engineering
I. C. Engine &
Automobile
Engineering

Years
of
Experien
ce

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

25

NIL

18

NIL

21

NIL

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Years
of
Experien
ce

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

18

NIL

16

NIL

14

NIL

11

NIL

13

NIL

23

NIL

NIL

NIL

Qualifica
tion

Designat
ion

S. R. Patil

ME(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

L. M.
Jugulkar

ME(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

R. M.
Shinde

ME(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

S. R. Desai

ME(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

A. P. Shah

Ph.D.

Asst.
Professor

S. R.
Kumbhar

M.E.(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

Y. S. Patil

M. E.
(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

M. E. (Heat
Power)

Asst.
Professor

Automotive
Chassis System
& Dynamics, MR
fluids & Brakes
Alternative fuels ,
Emission,
Suspension
Design
CAD/CAE,
Composite
Materials
Noise and
Vibration,
Quality Circles
Heat transfer, I.C.
Engines, CFD
Automotive
NVH, Smart
Materials
Engine and
machine Design,
Smart Materials.
Heat Transfer,
Fluid Mechanics

Asst.
Professor

Mechanical
Engg.

NIL

Asst.
Professor

CFD, Nan fluids,


Heat Transfer

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

Name

S.Y.Sawant
N. M. Patil
P. S.
Ghatage

A. T.
Suryawanshi

M.
E.(Mech.)
M. E.
(Mech.)
M-Tech
(Thermal)

Asst.
Professor

G. H.
Kawade

M. Tech
(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

A. D.
Patwardhan.

M.TECH
(CADCAM)

Asst.
Professor

P. S. Patil

M.TECH
(CADCAM)

Asst.
Professor

N. N.
Satonkar

M.TECH
(CADCAM)

Asst.
Professor

S. P. Jagtap

M. Tech
(Mech.)

Asst.
Professor

Specialization

Computational
Fluid Dynamics,
Thermal System
Design, Engg.
Drawing
I.C. Engines,
Automobile
Engineering
Automobile,
CAD/CAM,
Manufacturing
Engineering
CAD/CAM/CAE,
Structural
Mechanics
Computer Aided
Engineering,
Fracture
Mechanics
Composite
Materials

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Name

Qualifica
tion

Designat
ion

S. S.
Godbole

M. Tech
(Auto)

Asst.
Professor

MBA

Asst.
Professor

A.
U.Gaikwad

8.

Specialization
Non- onventional
Energy sources
Marketing &
Human Resource
Management

Years
of
Experien
ce

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

NIL

11

NIL

Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise information


Table ER- AUTO-08: Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty

9.

Year

Semester

2015-16

II

2015-16

2014-15

II

2014-15

2013-14

II

2013-14

Programme

Total Load
in hrs

UG

291

Total load of
Adhoc faculties in
hrs
119

PG

23

00.00

UG

290

127

43.80

PG

28

00.00

UG

272

118

43.38

PG

24

00.00

UG

308

173

56.17

PG

22

00.00

UG

303

149

49.18

PG

28

00.00

UG

272

118

43.38

PG

24

00.00

Percentage
40.90

Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio


Table ER- AUTO-09: Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
No of
students

SY

TY

B. Tech.

Total
No.

STR

Year
2015-16

Faculties
Available(consider
ingfractional load)

77

62

83

222

15.14

15.51

2014-15

88

67

68

220

15.18

14.69038

2013-14

74

94

64

235

14.38

16.13352

2012-13

75

85

95

255

15.43584

PG

FY

SY

TOTAL

2015-16

17

18

35

16.52
Faculties
Available
3

2014-15

18

17

35

11.67

2013-14

17

19

36

12.0

2012-13

19

16

35

11.67

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10.

Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned


and filled
UG Table ER- AUTO-10: Number of academic support staff
Type

11.

Sanctioned

Filled

Academic Support (Technical)

Administrative

--

--

Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding


agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and
grants received project-wise.
UG Table ER- AUTO-11: Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Sr.
No.
1

3
4

12.

Name of
Investigator

Project Title

Prof. S. R. Investigations into Squeeze


Patil
mode Magneto Rheological
brake
for
automotive
applications
Prof. D. G. Theoretical and experimental
Thombare
evaluation on performance and
emission characteristics of dual
fuel homogeneous charged
compression ignition engine
with renewable fuels
Prof. R. M. Optimization of composite drive
Shinde
shaft for road vehicles
Dr. S. D. Design and analysis of legged
Yadav
wheel for wheelchair to provide
walking ability to disabled
persons over all terrain

TEQIP

Amount
Sanctioned
(Rs)
85,000.00

Fund
Utilization
Date
26-12-2015

TEQIP

75,000.00

01-10-2015

TEQIP

80,000.00

01-10-2015

TEQIP

40,000.00

26-12-2015

Funding
Agency

Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants


received
Table ER- AUTO-12: Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST
Year

Sr.
No.

Name of the project

A. College Funded
Upgrade The Shock absorber Test Rig for
1
Assessment of Vehicle Safety.
Synthesis and Characterization of
2
Magneto rheological (MR) fluids for
2013-14
Automotive MR brake application
Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of
Selected Working Fluids and its
3
Operating Pressure on Sterling Engine
Performance.

Name of the
funding
agency/
Industry

SEED(RIT)

Total grant
received
(Rs)

55,000.00

TEQIP

1,50,000.00

TEQIP

75,000.00

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Sr.
No.

Year

Name of the
funding
agency/
Industry

Name of the project

Experimental Evaluation of MR Brake for


an Automotive Application
B. Other agencies National and International
Vehicle ignition system, Vehicle display
2011-12
1
etc. Study Modules for Automotive
Electrical and Electronics Lab.
Experimental Analysis of Fluid Elastic
Vibrations in Finned Tube Arrays
2011-14
2
Subjected to Single and Two Phase Cross
Flow
2014-15
1
Research in Advanced Materials
2014-15

13.

Total grant
received
(Rs)

TEQIP

1,50,000.00

MODROBS
(AICTE)

6,21,000.00

RPS(AICTE)

8,25,000.00

FIST(DST)

30,00,000.00

Research facility / centre with


*

state recognition
Table ER- AUTO-13: Research facility with state recognition

Sr.
No.

Facility

Specifications

Measuring
Parameters

Testing Capacity
Diesel
Engine
Performance,
Petrol
Engine
Performance,
Gearbox
Performance,
Clutch
Performance,
Fluid Coupling
Performance

Engine
Dynamometer
Dynamome a) Hydraulic Dynamometer :
ter
Power rating : 169 hp @ 3600
- 7500 rpm
b) Eddy Current Dynamometer
: Power Rating up-to 40 hp @
4000- 10000 rpm c) Eddy
Current Dynamometer : Power
Rating up-to 10 - 15 hp up to
10000 rpm d) Eddy Current
Dynamometer : Power Rating
up-to 20 kW @ 2450 - 10000
rpm

Engine
Brake
Power, Torque,
Specific
Fuel
Consumption,
Air Consumption,
Mechanical
Efficiency, Thermal
Efficiency, Friction
Power,
Indicated
Power

VCR
Engine test
set-up

Full and part load performance,


volumetric efficiency, Air/fuel ratio at
various loads, heat balance sheet and
energy studies, heat release calculation,
BHP, IHP, mechanical efficiency, break
thermal efficiency, indicated thermal
efficiency, specific fuel consumption

a) Engine: VCR multi fuel,


single cylinder 4- stroke,
SI & CI series.
Compression ratio:
5:1 to 11:1 (Petrol)
12:1 to 20:1(Diesel)
b) Eddy Current
Dynamometer : Power
Rating 25bhp @ 420010000 rpm
c) EPA software

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Sr.
No.

Facility

Specifications

Measuring
Parameters

Testing Capacity

Electronic
Gravimetri
c
Fuel
Measureme
nt system

Fuel flow
High speed & high accuracy
Measurement
load cell signal conditioning
board, Digital timer display up
to 4 digits, Overall accuracy
0.3 % (1500 gm),
Microcontroller based RS232
Interface with computer
interfacing along with software

Three modes of
operation
1. Time base
2. Quantity base
3. Revolution
base

Hand held
Smart
Manometer
with
Air
Box (Air
Consumpti
on
Measureme
nt Unit)

Manometer with air-box, Air


box size 450 X 900 mm
Differential pressure
transmitter / transducer
Portable handheld smart
manometer with 9 V battery
Air box with three
interchangeable orifice plates
of different sizes

Air flow
measurement

Diesel Engines,
Petrol Engines

Combustio
n Analyzer

DEWE-RACK-4
DEWE-BOX-CA-EDUC
CA-OPT1
CA-ANGLE-SENSOR-0.2
CA-OPT3

On-line graphical display to measure


1. Crank angle based pressure diagram
2. Integrated pressure signal
3. Pressure / Volume diagram
4. Calculated heating process
5. On-line knocking recognition
6. Mathematic Setting 7. Statistical
Display 8. Data storing & data export to
ASCII (Also Excel)

Decelerom
eter

GPS SENSOR 5Hz Built in


5Hz GPS receiver Digital
accelerometers Compact flash
memory Lap beacon input
Serial input for ECU/OBDII
data CORRSYS CDS DFL
FLOWMETER

1. Brake Efficiency of vehicle


(Deceleration) 2. Acceleration & Fuel
Consumption measurement
3. Coast-down trial
4. Maximum speed test
5. Speedometer calibration
6. Odometer calibration

Data
IMC German made data
Acquisition acquisition system, CRONOSSystem
PL-2 CRPL-2, Personal
Analyzer-Online FAMOS
CRPL/OFA, Amplifiers, 3 8channel all-purpose amplifier
(350Ohm)

Measurement of
a) Temperature b) Pressure c) Fluid
flow d) Torque e) Speed f) Strain g)
Acceleration

Two
Wheeler
Chassis
Dynamome
ter

Vehicle Performance Tests 1) Normal Mode Test (Performance


Test)
2) Acceleration Test
3) Braking Test
4) Average Test
Plotting Performance Characteristics
Curves-

Braked Type Chassis


Dynamometer, Make - ATE,
Maxi. 100 h.p. at 3000 / 6000
rpm Volumetric Fuel
consumption Measurement
Unit

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Sr.
No.

Facility

Specifications

Measuring
Parameters

Testing Capacity

a. Vehicle speed v/s h.p. in different


gears
b. Vehicle speed v/s torques in different
gears
c. Vehicle speed v/s tractive effort
9

Eddy
Make : SAJ
Current
Power rating : 80 kW @ 4800
Dynamome - 9000 rpm
ter

Engine Brake Power, Torque, Specific


Fuel Consumption, Air Consumption,
Mechanical Efficiency, Thermal
Efficiency, Friction Power, Indicated
Power

10

Software ITI
Simulation
X

Capability to simulate Mechanical 1D,


3D, Thermal, Fluid systems for design,
optimization & analysis

Engineering mechanics &


control, power
transmission / Electrical &
Electronics
Library details mechanics 1D linear,
Mechanics 1D rotary,
mechanics 3D, CAD
Import via STL, Motors &
Engines,
Coupling/clutches
transmission components,
general signal blocks,
Magnets, electronic
analog, electronics (Spice
Elements), Spice net list
import, electrical motors

11

Exhaust
Gas
Analyzer

Tecalmint T.D.2040

Exhaust Emission Measurement of CO


& HC (Petrol Engine)

12

Microproce
ssor Based
four Gases
Auto.
Exhaust
Analyzer

CO : 0-9.9 % resolution 0.1%


HC : 0-9990 ppm
Resolution 10 ppm CO2 : 0 19.9 Resolution 0.1 % O2 : 0 25 % Resolution 0.1 %
Response time : 10 second
Warm up time: 20 min.
Power Supply : 230 v AC

Exhaust Emission Measurement of


CO
HC
CO2
O2
(Petrol Engine)

13

CO/HC
Gas
Analyzer

CO : 0-9.9 % resolution 0.1%


HC : 0-9990 ppm
Resolution 10 ppm
Response time : 10 second
Warm up time: 20 min.
Power Supply : 230 v AC

Exhaust Emission Measurement of


Petrol engines
CO
HC
(Petrol Engine)

14

Smoke
Meter

Display indication : light


absorption coefficient (k) /%
Opacity Warm up time : 15

Exhaust Emission Measurement of


Diesel engines
Smoke

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Sr.
No.

Facility

Measuring
Parameters

Specifications
min. Power requirement : 230
V Display range : 0-9.9 per
meter

15

Engine
Scanner

16

KAL
Equipment

14.

Testing Capacity

(Diesel Engine)

Computer controlled system


engine analyzer with diesel
interface, 80-column printer

Engine diagnostics tool (Petrol Engine)

A/F ratio 8 :1 to 16: (Gasoline)


A/F ratio 12 :1 to 16 : 1
(Liquid Gas)

Air / Fuel ratio measurement & CO


measurement (Petrol Engine)

national recognition : NIL

international recognition: NIL

Publications: ( Last five years)


* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals 2011-2015
National: 09

International: 28

* Monographs
* Chapter(s) in Books : 01 published

Table ER- AUTO-14: Chapter in Books


Sr.
No.

Author(S)

Year

Title

S.Y.Sawant

2011

Fluid and Thermal


Engineering.

Complete Reference of Book


(Publisher, Edition, Page No.)
Mahalashmi Publishing House,
Kolhapur, 3rd Edition.

Editing Books : Nil

Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers : 05


Table ER- AUTO-15: Books published

Sr.
No

Authors

Year

Title

SatyajitPatil

2012

Rajaram
Shinde,
Lalitkumar
Jugulkar,
Prabhakar
Maskar

2012

Development of ERP
System for a Small
Scale Industry - A Case
study on Design and
Development of
Production Module for
a Small Scale Industry
CATIA Training
Resource Material
CATIA V5 CAD

Complete Reference
of Book (Publisher,
Edition)
LAP Lambert
Academic Publishing,
AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany

LAP Lambert
Academic Publishing,
AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany

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Sr.
No

Complete Reference
of Book (Publisher,
Edition)
LAP Lambert
Academic Publishing,
AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany
LAP Lambert
Academic Publishing,
AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany
LAP Lambert
Academic Publishing,
AV Akademikerverlag
GmbH & Co. KG,
Germany

Authors

Year

Title

Sanjay
DayanuYada
v
S.S.Mantha

2012

Design and
Development of
Decelerometer Brake
Testing

S.R.
Kumbhar, S.
T. Satpute,
S. D. Yadav

2012

I. C. Engine Testing
Laboratory
Experiments

S.R.
Kumbhar,
S. S.
Gawade,
Bimlesh
Kumar

2012

Electrorheological
Fluid Damper for Road
Vehicle Suspension
System

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,


Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Citation Index range / average : 3 to 264; 3.19
SNIP
SJR
Impact factor range / average : Min: 0.5; Max : 4.0
h-index :Min 0; Max : 4

*
*
*
*
*

ISBN No.
978-365921177-5

978-365920650-4

978-365919950-9

Table ER- AUTO-16: Citation and h-index


Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

Citation

h-index

264

01

D.G.Thombare

02

S.D.Yadav

03

S.R.Patil

11

04

L.M.Jugulkar

17

05

S.T.Satpute

11

06

S.R. Kumbhar

07

A.P.Shah

Details of patents and income generated

Table ER- AUTO-17: Details of patents and income generated

Patent holder
Lalitkumar
Jugulkar
Supriya Sawant

Title
Automobile Shock
Absorber
Concentrated Solar
Thermal Energy System

Design
Number

Class

Date of
registration

255923

12-16

20/08/2013

1459/MUM/2015 (In
process)

29/03/2016

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15.

Areas of consultancy and income generated


Table ER- AUTO-18: Areas of consultancy and income generated
Board area of consultancy assignment undertaken
Vehicle Performance Testing

Revenue generated in last


four years (Rs. Lakh)
3,74,512.00

Engine Testing

16.

1,02,500.00

Emission Measurement

2,04,263.0

Vibration Analysis

18,000.00

Faculty recharging strategies


Department has identified various research areas according to interest of faculties and
current Automobile Industry scenario such as
Engine Technology
Alternatively powered vehicles
Automotive systems and technology (material, design, analysis and testing)
Comfort and safety.
Department has conducted Training Need Analysis (TNA) survey, so that faculties can
be trained in their respective interested area.
For this, faculties are allowed to attend workshops, STTPs, Seminars, FDPs, etc, with
financial support from Department and Institute.

17.

Student projects
*

percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental

Table ER- AUTO-19: Percentage of students who have done in-house projects

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

UG

17/19 = 90%

17/20=85%

13/13 = 100%

PG

09/18= 50%

11/17=65%

9/19=47%

percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries /


institutes
Table ER- AUTO-20: Percentage of students who have done projects
with collaboration with industries
2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

UG

02/19 = 10%

03/20= 15%

13/13= 0%

PG

09/18=50%

06/17=35%

10/19=53%

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18.

Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by


* Faculty
Mr. RajaramShinde, Won 3rd Prize in Altair India Optimization Contest for
faculty (AOC 2015 India). Contest on Hyperworks (CAE/CFD/MBD) & SolidThinking (Design)"
Prof. S. R. Kumbhar won Third Prize at SIAT - 2015 SPPC held at ARAI, Pune
during 21- 23 January - 2015"
Prof. S. R. Kumbhar and Dr. A. C. Attar won BEST POSTER AWARD at
Second International Conference on Transformations in Engineering Education
(ICTIEE) held at BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, 6-8 January 2015.
* Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
Prof. Abhijeet P. Shah was awarded degree of Doctor of Philosophy in
Mechanical Engineering on 30th Sept., 2015 by National Institute of Technology,
Warangal (Telangana)
* Students
Table ER- AUTO-21: Awards / recognitions received by students
Sr.
No.

Name of The
Student Win
Award / Prize

Name of the event and


organizer

Level Local /
District /State /
National
/ International

Dates of
Events

National

March
2015

National

March2015

National

20 Feb.
2015

National

January
27-29,
2015

National

13th -15th
Jan. 2014.

International

Jan-2014

National

17th - 19th
Jan. 2014.

Academic Year: 2014-15


Team NEQUIT successfully
T. Y. & final Year B. cleared virtual test of student
1
Tech Students
formula racing competition
SUPRA SAE India 2015.
Prof. B.S.Murthy award, SAE
India Foundation Award, for
AkshayDilipChavan
2
work in engine emission and
control.
National Conference on'
AkshayDashwant (M Mechanical engineering, Material
Tech Automobile)
3
Sciences and Mechatronics'
organised by VIIT, Pune
Secured 1st rank in accelerationTeam Turtles of
braking test and best lap timing at
students from
endurance test. Hybrid Go-Kart
Automobile,
Challenge 2014 (HGC' 14)
Mechanical and
4
organized by Imperial Society of
Electrical Engg.
Innovative Engineers (ISIE) held
Dept.
at Coimbatore
Academic Year: 2013-14
Winner of Indian Student Forum
Gitesh Noutamlal
1
organized By IUCEE. Hubli.
Patel
ICDMM organized by Trinity
Suraj Bhakade
2
College of Engineering, Pune
The team of S.Y.
2nd rank in ASME Human
Powered Vehicle Challenge India
Automobile and
3
Mechanical students 2014 hosted by IIT Delhi.

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Sr.
No.

Name of The
Student Win
Award / Prize

Name of the event and


organizer

Level Local /
District /State /
National
/ International

Dates of
Events

Academic Year: 2012-13


1

19.

MagdumS ushil S.

Third prize in the event of paper


presentation in Nirmiti - 2012.

National

22nd
February
2012

Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national


International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Table ER- AUTO-22: Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized
Duration

Name of the
Coordinator

9th March to 11th


March 2016.

A. P. Shah

5th March 2016

S. R. Kumbhar

16th Jan. 2016

A. U. Gaikwad

24th -28th June,


2015

S. R. Desai

1st June, 2015

A. P. Shah

27th -29th Feb,


2015
23rd Jan. to 5th
March, 2014

Mrs. S. Y.
Sawant

6th -13th Jan. 2014

R. M. Shinde

30th Dec. 2013 03rd Jan. 2014

S. R. Patil &
S.R. Kumbhar

8th Aug.-12th Aug.


2013

S.T.Satpute &
L.M.Jugulkar

15th -16th
Feb.2013

S.T.Satpute &
S.R.Desai

21st Jan. to 15th


Feb, 2013

R. M. Shinde

04th -05th Jan.2013

S.T.Satpute &
S.R.Kumbhar

18th - 22nd June


2012

S. R. Patil &
S. R. Kumbhar

R. M. Shinde

Title of the Programme


Computational Fluid
Dynamics
Curriculum Development of
Automobile Engineering :
Perspective 2025
One Day Workshop on Girl
Empowerment
Automotive TestingMethodology and
Instrumentation
National Conference RITNConPG-2015
Modelling, Simulaton of
Automotive System
Training Programme on Catia
v5 R17
Training Programme on
Hyperworks
Automotive EngineeringAdvances and Research
Opportunities
Advances in I. C. Engine and
Emission Control
Technologies
Automotive Testing:
Methodology and
Instrumentation
Training Programme on Catia
v5 R17
Enhancing Skills for
Laboratory Practicals in the
Subject I.C.Engine
Automotive Engineering:
Advances and Research
Opportunities

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Sponsored by
TEQIP

Under Lead
College Scheme

TEQIP
--TEQIP
One week
Refresher course
under TEQIP
One week STTP
under TEQIP
Lead Institute
Scheme Shivaji
University
-Lead Institute
Scheme Shivaji
University
One week Faculty
Development
Program under
TEQIP

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Name of the
Coordinator

Title of the Programme

Sponsored by

17th March, 2012

S. M. Arali

Computer assisted
Engineering Drawing

Lead Institute
Scheme Shivaji
University

23rd Sept., 2011

S. T. Satpute &
S. D. Yadav

Curriculum Development of
M. E. Automobile

Shivaji University

27th June to 01st


July 2011

S.T. Satpute &


A.P. Shah

Effective Teaching
Outcome Based Learning in
Engineering Education

ISTE Approved
National Level
short term training
Program

28th - 30th Jan


2011

Dr. S.M.Sawant
& R.M. Shinde

Short Term Training


Programme on
Computational Fluid
Dynamics

RIT
Auto. & Mech.

Duration

20.

Student profile course-wise:


Table ER- AUTO-23: Student profile course-wise (UG)
Year

Selected

Application Received

2012-13
2013-14

Admission through CAP process

2014-15
2015-16

Pass Percentage

Male

Female

Male

Female

56

07

88.33

100

59

05

91.53

100

54

08

89.54

100

53

10

--

--

Table ER- AUTO-24: Student profile course-wise (PG)


Year

Selected

Application Received

2012-13
2013-14

Admission through CAP process

2014-15
2015-16

21.

Pass Percentage

Male

Female

Male

Female

17

02

100

100

16

01

70.59

100

17

01

93.75

100

17

00

--

--

Diversity of Students
Table ER- AUTO-25: Diversity of Students (UG)
Year

No. of.
students

2012-13

63

% of students
From the
college
--

2013-14

64

--

98.44

2014-15

62

--

98.39

2015-16

63

--

100

% of students
From the state
100

% of students
From other
states
00
1.56
(01No.)
1.61
(01No.)
00

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% of students
From other
countries
00
00
00
00

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Table ER- AUTO-26: Diversity of Students (PG)

22.

Year

No. of.
students

% of students
From the
college

% of students
From the state

2012-13

19

00

94.74

2013-14

17

2014-15

18

2015-16

17

5.88
(01No.)
00
5.88
(01No.)

% of students
From other
states
5.26
(01No.)

% of students
From other
countries

100

00

00

100

00
5.88
(01No.)

00

94.12

00

00

How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Table ER- AUTO-27: Students have cleared GATE, GRE
Sr.
No.

Academic
Year

Names of the
Students

2015-2016

Shingade Mahesh G.

2015-2016

2014-2015

2014-2015

GATE 2016
GATE 2016
GATE 2015
GRE 2015

SandeepDevendraKa
mat B.E. (Auto)

GATE 2012

SandipdinkarJadhav
B.E.(Auto)

GATE 2012

AjinkyaAnandaArbu
ne (B.E.Auto)

GATE2012

PyniaiddamePyrtum
(B.E. Auto)

GATE2011

Italia, Arnosh Keki

TOEFL 2012

23.

Sultane Vishal
Sadam
Kale Pradip
Madhukar
Shivraj D. Shinde
T.Y.B.Tech (Auto)

Exam

2011-2012

Score
GATE Score- 503
Marks out of 100 ( 44.70)
GATE Score- 347
Marks out of 100 ( 29.40)
GATE Score- 378
Marks out of 100 ( 35.38)
Score (2.5)
Total Score:- 301 out of 340
GATE Score- 316
Marks out of 100 ( 27.67)
All India Rank 15097
GATE Score- 355
Marks out of 100 ( 31.33)
All India Rank 11672
GATE Score- 388
Marks out of 100 ( 34.33)
All India Rank 9363
GATE Score- 230
Marks out of 100 ( 22.67)
All India Rank 22265
80

Student progression
Table ER- AUTO-28: Student progression

Student progression
UG to PG / Competitive examinations
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral (pg students)

Percentage
against
enrolled
2014-15
34.3

35

Percentage
against
enrolled
2012-13
04

23.5

17.6

5.8

--

--

--

Percentage
against enrolled
2013-14

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Employed

UG

PG

UG

PG

UG

PG

Campus selection

13

10

5.5

18

Other than campus recruitment

7.3

35.3

12

77.8

23

88

Entrepreneurs

24.

Diversity of staff
Table ER- AUTO-29: Percentage of faculty graduation
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
2014-15

2012-13

Of the same parent university

17/21=81%

19/21=91%

19/21=91%

from other universities within the State

04/21=19%

02/21=09%

02/21=09%

from other universities from other States

25.

2013-14

Nil

Nil

Nil

Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period : 02
Prof. S. D. Yadav (2013) and Prof. A. P. Shah (2015) were awarded Ph.D during the
assessment period.

26.

Present details about infrastructural facilities


a) Library
The department is having separate departmental library.
It is equipped with total 1245 books along with SAE published books and
Handbooks.
Total 158 E-Learning resources are available with the departmental library
which consists of,
 Prof. S. K. Som, CET IIT, Kharagpur
i) Fluid Mechanics (49)
ii) Thermodynamics (32)
 National Education & Information Films Ltd., Mumbai
i) Automobile Engineering = (61)
Departmental library contains thesis reports of U.G. and P.G. projects/ Seminars.
This research Literature serves as reference material for current U.G. and P.G.
students.
Automotive Magazines such asOverdrive, Automotive Abstracts, Automotive
Engineer and Traders, Auto India, Auto Car are available in library.
b) Internet facilities for staff and students
For staff members, separate LAN connections as well as Wi-Fi connections are
available.
For students, Computer Center with 18 PCs and two YouTube users is made
available.
For online courses and examinations such as IIT Bombay Online Courses
(MOOC), four labs are made available as per requirement.

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c)
d)
e)
f)
27.

Total number of class rooms : Classrooms: 04


Class rooms with ICT facility : 01(Video Conference Hall)
Students laboratories : Total : 14 (UG + PG)
Research laboratories : 02 (ARC Lab and P.G. software Lab)

Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College:


Table ER- AUTO-30: Students of the department getting financial assistance

28.

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

Undergraduate Students

01

Nil

Nil

Postgraduate Students

Nil

Nil

Nil

Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology:
No.

29.

Does the department obtain feedback from


a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how
does the department utilize it?
Yes, Department obtains feedback from faculty on curriculum through Course end
Survey, in which each faculty suggests corrective action to be implemented in
next semester to improve Teaching-Learning process.
Faculty himself/herself can put forward his/her analysis about course in front of
BOS as being a BOS member.
The Result analysis is carried after each End Semester Examination and the
analysis gives better understanding about changes required in teaching and
evaluation methodologies in future.
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same?
YES, department obtains feedback from students through Online feedback
system, Academic Audit and Course end survey.
In the mid of the each semester online feedback & academic audit from
students regarding the ongoing subjects is conducted. Further, at the end of each
semester, course exit survey from the students is conducted which is designed to
obtain feedback about curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
processes followed. The feedback is analyzed and is given to the concerned
faculty members for improvement.
c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
YES, Department obtains feedback from Alumni and employers through Alumni
survey and employer survey. BOS representation by alumni and employers and it

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is discussed in departmental meeting and forwarded to the Academic council for


curriculum development.
30.

List the distinguished alumni of the Department


Table ER- AUTO-31: List the distinguished alumni of the Department
Name

Vitthal Dhondiram
Chavan

Bimlesh Kumar

Vinay Bhimrao
Kale
Atul Suphal
Gujrati
Swapnil
Ramchandra
Choudhari
Ravindra
Purushottam
Mahajan
Ajit Vinayak
Kulkarni

Kar Chaitali

Parag Gangaram
Mengaji

Year of
Passing

Company/
Organization Name
and Address

1986-87

Central Institute Of
Road Transport,
Pune

J.T. Mahajan
College Of
1989-90 Engineering,
Faizpur, Jalgaon
Maharashtra.
ALTRAN
1993-94 Technologies Pvt.
Ltd., Pune
HDFC Ergo,
General Insurance
1993-94
Company Ltd.,
Mumbai
SymohonyTeleca
Corporation
1995-96
Services, a Harman
Company, Pune.
Mahindra &
Mahindra Ltd,
1996-97 Production
Development,
Nashik.
Vanaz Engineering,
1997-98
Pune
IINET,
DSL Internet
Service Provider and
the leading
1998-99
challenger in the
telecommunications
market, Perth,
Australia.
Automotive
Research
2001-2002
Association of India,
Pune

Designation

Email id

Scientist D

vdchavan@yahoo.co
m,
vdchavan@cirtindia.
com

Principal

bimlesh2000@rediff
mail.com

Sr. Manager

vinaykale@rediffma
il.com

Sr. Vice
President

atul.gujrathi@hdfcer
go.com

Director

swarachoudhari@g
mail.com

Deputy
General
Manager

mahajanravindra63
@gmail.com

Head - R&D

ajitvkulkarni@yaho
o.com

dolukar@rediffmail.
com

Manager

Vishnu
KedariPatade

Mahindra &
2000-2001
Mahindra, Pune

D.G.M. Engines

Ravikesh Ashok

2005-2006

Seniour

John Deere India

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pmengaji@gmail.co
m
patade.vishnu@mah
indra.com,
vkpatade@rediffmai
l.com
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Year of
Passing

Name
Khadtare

AfreenRajuMulani

31.

Company/
Organization Name
and Address
Private Ltd., Pune

Motor Vehicle
2009-2010 Department
Maharashtra

Designation
Design
Engineer
Assistant
Motor Vehicle
Inspector

Email id
JohnDeere.com

aafs99@gmail.com

Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /


seminar) with external experts.
Talent Nurture Program:
One Day Workshop on ASME Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances (GD&T):
Workshop was organized especially for talent Nurture project students of Automobile
Engineering Department, but also given permission to interested students also. Mr. Anil
Kumbhar, one of alumni of Mechanical Engineering Department was a resource person,
who is presently working as Project Leader at Dana India Technical Centre, Hijawadi,
Pune. He talked about ASME GD&T in three different sessions: Introduction
Traditional Coordinates tolerances and significance of GD&T; GD&T symbol,
terminology, form tolerance, orientation tolerance, location tolerance and run-out &
profile tolerance. The workshop was beneficial to the students in regards of new
industry practices being adopted.
Table ER- AUTO-32: Student Enrichment programmes
Year
2015-2016
2014-2015

2014-2015

2014-2015

Resource Person
Mr. Nilesh Nirale
Mr. Rajesh Yadav
AT Technologies
Pvt.Ltd. Pune
Mr.Vikas S. Dhat
Corporate Sale ID4
Realms Infotech Pvt.
Ltd.,
Pune
Mr. Manan Panchal
VAFTEY CAE, Pune
Prof.S.G.Pawar
Retired Professor From
VJTI, Mumbai

Mr. Rahul Reddy.

Mr.Shridhar Parudekar
General Manager,
Mercedes Benz, Chakan
Pune
Mr. B.R. Venketsh,
Director I Create India

Subject
Guest Lecture on Work
Opportunities in Self Employment

Date
21th Sept.
2015

Expert lecturer on Hypermesh


Software for F.Y and S.Y.M.Tech

25/04/2015

Expert lecturer on Entrepreneurial


Career Path For Young Engineers
for final Year B.Tech

09/04/2015

Expert lecturer on Opportunities in


FEA Softwares for T.Y.B.Tech

07/04/2015

Expert Lecturer on Vehicle


Design for F.Y. & S.Y.M.Tech.

20/11/2014

Expert Lecturer on Study and


work opportunities in abroad and
informative session on GRE and
GMAT for T.Y.B.Tech. &
Final Year B.Tech.
AESA has organized expert
Lecturer on Carrier in Intellectual
Properties Rights for T.Y. B. Tech
Automobile
Expert Lecturer on
Entrepreneurship as Career for

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Year

Resource Person

Mr. Sachin Sawant

2013-2014

Mr.G.S.Kanade
Mahindra Star Zahirabad
Prof.M.M. More
Lokurtara, Bypass Road,
A/P. Tasgaon, Dist.
Sangli.

2012-2013
Prof. S.M.Nerli

2012-2013

2011-2012

Maruti V. Khaire
Mind Stud Development

Subject
S.Y.B.Tech E.D.Cell
Expert Lecturer on Opportunity of
engineers in MPSC & UPSC
Exams for Final Year B. Tech
Expert Lecturer on Maintenance
Engineering for T.Y. B. Tech
Automobile
Expert Lecturer on Special
Purpose Vehicles for F.Y.M.Tech
Expert Lecturer on Value
Education, Environment Science &
Personality Development for
T.Y. B. Tech (Automobile) & Final
Year B.Tech.(Automobile)
Expert Lecturer on Advanced
Transmission System for
T.Y. B. Tech (Automobile) & Final
Year B.Tech.(Automobile)

Date

07/08/2014

05/03/2014

27/02/2013

22/01/2013

28/08/2012

Prof. M.M.More
Lokurtara, Bypass Road,
A/P. Tasgaon.
Goa Mining Industry

Expert Lecturer on Special


Purpose Vehicle for
F.Y.M.Tech.

29/02/2012

Prof. S. G. Pawar,
Pune

Expert Lecturer on Ride


Characteristics for Final Year
B.Tech.(Automobile)

29/09/2011

32.

List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
The various teaching methods adopted by the faculties in the department are chalk &
talk, brain storming, Group discussions, Demos, PPTs, Industrial visits, NPTEL videos,
project-based learning, puzzle-based learning, seminars and hands on approach.

33.

How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met
and learning outcomes monitored?
Department has regular meeting of all faculties in which the attainment of program
objectives gets discussed and analyzed. The learning outcomes of the each course are
also analyzed by obtaining course end surveys. Delebrations are held on the result and
action plan to improve the attainment is discussed. To insure the attainment of the
program outcomes varipous surveys were considered such as program exit survey,
course end survey, alumni survey, employer survey etc.

34.

Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.


Students are encouraged to participate in the curricular and extra-curricular activities by
attending various programs organized in the institute and outside the institutes. The
programs like Baja competition, Supra competiton, Virangula, Quantum, name a few,
provides them platform for participation.
Faculties are also participating in various programs like short term training

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programmes, faculty development programs, maganement capacity development


program etc. for the overall self developement.
35.

Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department.


1. Digital library facility available with Central Library is provided with NPTEL
video lectures.
2. E-learning VISION software package for most of the courses of all branches
accessible through intra-net.
3. Wi-Fi facility enables students to access the internet even beyond college hours.
4. Central internet facility and computing facility of all departments is kept open after
office hours.
5. Students are motivated to write and present research papers.
6. Students are encouraged to tackle open ended problems through assignments and
tutorials by searching the material on internet on their own.
7. Laboratories are kept open to students to experiment on their ideas.
8. Language laboratory facilities are provided beyond time table hours which enable
students to prepare for examinations like TOEFL, GRE etc.
9. Guest lectures,
10. Industrial visits
11. Mock interview
12. Social activities
13. Idea registration

36.

State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other


agencies. Give details.
Table ER- AUTO-33: Department Accreditation
Department

37.

Details

B-Tech Automobile Engineering

Accredited by NBA in year 2012 for 2 years.

B-Tech Automobile Engineering

Accredited by NBA in year 2007 for 3 years.

B-Tech Automobile Engineering

Accredited by NBA in year 2003 for 3 years.

M-Tech Automobile Engineering

Accredited by NBA in 2015.

Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of


the department
Table ER- AUTO-34: Strengths and weaknesses
Strength

Weaknesses

P.G. Programme
Faculty with automotive and mechanical
engineering background & M E/M Tech
qualification
Well equipped laboratories

Less no. of Ph.D. Faculty (only two)

Blend of experienced & young faculty


Autonomous Status

No recognition as Ph.D. Centre


Mediocre student placements
Less networking with Alumni
Lack of industry interaction / Industry
interface

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Strength

Weaknesses

SAE Books & learning resources

Less funding from outside agencies

Research Culture

Low merit intake students / Low aptitude

Positive attitude of faculty

Lack of modernization of few laboratories.

Students with diverse background

Sufficient infrastructure

Lack of utilization of technical support staff


Lack of proficiency with respect to core
automobile softwares
Lack of super specializations

Good functional practices

Lack of interdisciplinary interactions

Management Support

No separate faculty for PG.


Opportunities

Threats

Ph.D. center establishment


Increasing thrust on research Projects / Ph.D.
Program/ consultancy
Growing Automotive Industry

Geographical location
Growing no.fo colleges with automobile
department
Opening up of education sector
Failure to quickly respond to change of
technology
Increase in overall intake of Engg. programs

Faculty Training under TEQIP


Industry based curricula
Growth in education sector / higher education
Promotion of students for competitive exams /
entrepreneurship
Alumni support
Use of RIT brand for leveraging the
department
Encouragement / motivation education from
management
Automobile as No 1. Option for students

38.

Recession in Industry.

Future plans of the department.


department
Future plan of the department is as shown in the flow chart
International Level
(2030 or onwards)
Level-3 (Global Certification like ABET)

AED

National Level
(2025)
Level-2 (NBA Accreditation of 5 years)
Regional Level
(2017-2020)
Level-1 (NBA Accreditation of 2 years)

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Evaluative Report of Civil Engineering Department


1.

Name of the Department & its year of establishment


Department of Civil Engineering, Established in Year 1983

2.

Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated


Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Table ER-CE-1: Course details
Programme of Study

Description

B.Tech. in Civil Engineering

M.Tech. in Civil-Structural Engineering

M.Tech.in Construction Management

Ph.D in Civil Engineering

3.

Started with 60 intake capacity in


1983as Construction Engineering.
From 1991 onwards - Construction
Engineering. Changed to Civil
Engineering and sanctioned intake for
Civil Engineering was 60.
Accredited by NBA in 2003 for 5 years
Autonomous from the year 2011-12
Accredited by NBA in 2013 for 5 years
Started with 18 intake capacity in 200405as (Civil-Structural Engineering).
Autonomous from the year 2011-12
Increased intake with 18 to 24 intake
capacity in 2014-15as
(CivilStructure)
Started with 18 intake capacity in 201011as
Civil (Construction &
Management)
Autonomous from the year 2011-12
Accredited by NBA, 2015 for 2 years
Started in 2008 Affiliated to Shivaji
University, Kolhapur
Applied for NBA in Feb., 2016

Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved


Table ER-CE-2: Interdisciplinary courses & Department involved
UG/PG

UG

Courses

Departments

Engineering Chemistry

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering Mathematics I

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering graphics

Mechanical Engineering

Basic Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Communication Skill

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering Physics

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering Mathematics II

Science & Humanity Department

Basic Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

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UG/PG

PG

Courses

Departments

Basic Electronics Engineering

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Introduction to Computer

Computer Science Engineering

Engineering Mathematics III

Science & Humanity Department

Environmental Science
Non Conventional Energy Sources
for Automotives
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Information Technology
Foundation Program
Software Project management
Industrial Health and Safety
Engineering
Project Management
Industrial Automation and Process
Control
Energy Audit and Management
Information Technology &
Business Methodologies
Image Processing

Science & Humanity Department


Automobile
Automobile
Computer
Computer
Civil
Civil
Electrical
Electrical
IT
ETC

Wireless Sensor Network

ETC

Aircraft Industry and System

Mechanical

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Mechanical

Optimization Techniques

Mechanical

Product Design and Development

Mechanical

Electric and Hybrid Vehicle (EHV)

Automobile

Reliability Engineering (RE)


Environmental Impact Assessment
(EIA)
Material Management (MM)
Mobile Application Development
(MAD)
Cyber Laws and Forensics (CLF)

Automobile
Civil
Civil
CSE
CSE

Optimal Control Theory (OCT)

Electrical

Fuzzy Logic (FL)

ETC

Robotics (ROBO)

ETC

Software Architecture (SA


Entrepreneurship Development
(ED)
Supply Chain Management (SCM)

IT

Total Quality management


Advanced Engineering
Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Science & Humanity

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UG/PG

4.

5.

Courses

Departments

Supply and Chain Management

Mechanical Engineering

Management for Engineers

MBA

Data Analytics
Industrial safety and risk
assessment

MBA
Civil Engineering

Annual/ semester/choice based credit system:


Semester based credit system
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Table ER-CE-3: Participation of Department io the courses offered
UG/PG

UG

Courses

Department

Engineering Chemistry

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering Mathematics I

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering graphics

Mechanical Engineering

Basic Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Communication Skill

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering Physics

Science & Humanity Department

Engineering Mathematics II

Science & Humanity Department

Basic Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Basic Electronics Engineering

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Introduction to Computer

Computer Science Engineering

Engineering Mathematics III

Science & Humanity Department

Environmental Science
Non Conventional Energy Sources
for Automotives
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Information Technology
Foundation Program
Software Project management
Industrial Health and Safety
Engineering
Project Management
Industrial Automation and Process
Control
Energy Audit and Management
Information Technology &
Business Methodologies
Image Processing

Science & Humanity Department


Automobile Engineering
Automobile Engineering
ComputerScience Engineering
ComputerScience Engineering
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Information Technology
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Wireless Sensor Network

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Aircraft Industry and System

Mechanical Engineering

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UG/PG

PG

Courses

Department

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Mechanical Engineering

Optimization Techniques

Mechanical Engineering

Product Design and Development

Mechanical Engineering

Electric and Hybrid Vehicle

Automobile Engineering

Reliability Engineering

Automobile Engineering

Environmental Impact Assessment

Civil Engineering

Material Management

Civil Engineering

Mobile Application Development

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Cyber Laws and Forensics

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Optimal Control Theory

Electrical Engineering

Fuzzy Logic

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Robotics

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Software Architecture

Information Technology

Entrepreneurship Development

Mechanical Engineering

Supply Chain Management

Mechanical Engineering

Total Quality management

Mechanical Engineering

Mathematically Modeling

Science & Humanity Department

Supply and Chain Management

Mechanical Engineering

Management for Engineers

MBA

Data Analytics
Industrial safety and risk
assessment

MBA
Civil Engineering

The department of civil engineering undertakes the following courses offered by


other departments, namely Mechanical, Automobile, Electrical, Electronics, I.T.
and C. S. E. at UG level

Basic Civil Engineering


Engineering Mechanics
Material Management
Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment
Industrial Health and Safety Engineering

The department of civil engineering undertakes the following courses offered by


other departments, namely Mechanical, Automobile, Electrical, Electronics, I.T.
and C. S. E. at PG level

Value Engineering
Industrial Safety and risk Assessment
Numerical Methods
Human Resource Management

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Project Management
Mechanics of Composite materials

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/


Asst. Professors)
Table ER-CE-4: Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled
Post

7.

Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

04

03+1 Director

Associate Professors

05

03

Asst. Professors

14

16

Faculty profile with name, qualification,


(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)

designation,

specialization,

Table ER-CE-5: Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,


specialization
Sr.
No

Name of
Faculty

Specializati
on

No. of Ph.D.
Experien
Students
ce (yrs.) guided for the
last 4 years

Qualification

Designation

Ph. D, M. E
Civil (C & M)

Director

Construction
Management

28

05

Ph. D, M. E
Civil Structure

Professor

Structural
Engineering

30

04

Ph. D, M. E
Civil Structure

Professor

Structural
Engineering

28

05

Ph.D
ME (C&M)

Professor

Construction
Management

18

03

M.E. CivilStruct

Associate
Professor

Structural
Engineering

29

--

Dr. Mrs.
Kulkarni Sushma
Shekhar
Dr. Patil
Pandurang
Shankar
Dr. Jadhav
Hanmant
Shamrao
Dr. Attar
Abdulrashid
Chandso
Mr. Kulkarni
Dattatraya
Balkrishna
Mr. Mohite
Prakash Mahadeo

M.E. CivilStruct

Associate
Professor

Structural
Engineering

29

--

Dr. Kumbhar
Popat Dattatra

Ph. D, M. E
Civil Structure

Associate
Professor

Structural
Engineering

26

--

M Tech (Const
Mgt.)

Assistant
Professor

Construction
Management

12

--

M.E. Civil
Environment

Assistant
Professor

Environment
al
Engineering

13

--

Mr. Patil
Dhananjay
Subhashrao
Mr. Patil
Yashawant
Mohan

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Sr.
No

Name of
Faculty

10

Mrs. Patil Savita


Nandkishor

11

12

Designation

M.E. Civil
Structure

Assistant
Professor

B.E. Civil

No. of Ph.D.
Experien
Students
ce (yrs.) guided for the
last 4 years

Structural
Engineering

11

--

Assistant
Professor

Civil
Engineering

16

--

M. Tech Civil
Environment

Assistant
Professor

Environment
al
Engineering

06

--

13

Mr. Patil Rahul


Dattatraya

M.E. Civil
Structure

Assistant
Professor

Structural
Engineering

05

--

14

Mr. Pramod
Babaso Salgar

M.E. Civil
Structure

Assistant
Professor

Structural
Engineering

05

--

15

Mr. Thorbole
Amol Sadashiv

Assistant
Professor

Construction
Management

04

--

16

Mr. Mulay
Hrishikesh U

M.E Civil
Construction
Management
M.E Civil
Construction
Management

Assistant
Professor

Construction
Management

01

--

M.E Civil
Construction
Management

Assistant
Professor

Construction
Management

01

--

M.E Civil
Construction
Management

Assistant
Professor

Geotechnical
Engineering

02

--

01

--

01

--

04

--

17

8.

Mr. Deshmukh
Sanjay
Raghunath
Mr. Kumbhar
Shridhar Shankar

Qualification

Specializati
on

Mr. Idate Atul A

18

Mr. Ronad H N

19

Mr. Patil R K

M.E. Civil
Structure

Assistant
Professor

Structural
Engineering

20

Dr. Golekar
Rushikesh B

M.Sc. Geology

Assistant
Professor

21

Mr. S V
Waghmare

M.Tech Civil
Construction &
Management

Assistant
Professor

Geomorphol
ogy
Construction
Management

22

Mr. S K More

M.Tech Civil
Geotechnical

Assistant
Professor

Geotechnical
Engineering

01

--

23

Mr. R S Patil

M.Tech Civil
Hydraulics

Assistant
Professor

Water
Resources

05

--

Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise information


NIL

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Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio (2015-16)


Table ER-CE-6: Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Sr.No

10.

Student/
Teacher Ratio
1:15

Name of the Programme

U.G. (B.Tech - Civil Engineering )

P.G.(M.TechStructure)

1:12

P.G. (M.Tech Construction Management)

1:9

Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:


sanctioned and filled
Table ER-CE-7: Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff
Staff filled

11.

Sanctioned

Filled

Academic support staff (technical)

--

04

Administrative staff

--

--

Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international


funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
Table ER-CE-8: Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Sr
No.

12.

Year

201314

Name of
the
Faculty

Prof. D.
S. Patil

Project Under

Project Title

Amoun
t
Sanctio
ned

Rajarambapu
Agro private
Limited (sister
concern of
Rajarambapu
group)

Technical
Guidance on
Agricultural
project at
Mozambiqu
e, Africa

--

Amoun
t
Release
d

Approve
d
Duratio
n

Comple
ted
Projects

--

5 Year

on
going

Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants


received
Table ER-CE-9: Departmental projects funded
Sr.
No.

Year

Name of
the
Faculty

Approve Complet
d
ed
Duration Projects

Project
Under

Project Title

Amount
Sanctioned

Amount
Released

8,50,000

7,50,000

1 Year

on
going

30,00,000

14,00,00
0

5 Year

on
going

201314

Dr. P. S.
Patil

MODR
OBS

Modernizatio
n of
Structural
Dynamics
Laboratory

201314

Dr. S. S.
Kulkarni

DSTFIST

Research in
Advanced
Materials

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Research facility / centre with


Table ER_CE_10: Research Facility

14.

State-Recognition

Ph. D. Center of Shivaji University, Kolhapur

National recognition

CTARA, IIT Bombay

International recognition

LTU, USA

Publications:
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national
/International)
Table ER-CE-11: Publications
Sr.
No

Number of Publications in
Name of Faculty

Intl. Journal

Intl. Conf.

National
Journal

National
Conf.

Civil Engineering
1

Dr. Mrs. S. S. Kulkarni

22

19

19

13

Dr. P S Patil

05

00

00

04

Prof. Dr. H. S. Jadhav

23

08

02

15

Dr. A.C. Attar

14

07

01

08

Prof. D. B. Kulkarni

13

01

00

01

Prof. P. M. Mohite

03

01

00

05

Prof. Dr. P. D. Kumbhar

14

04

04

16

Prof. D. S. Patil

13

02

03

12

Prof. Y. M. Patil

03

02

00

10

10

Prof. Mrs. S.N. Patil

07

02

00

01

11

Prof. S R Deshmukh

00

00

00

00

12

Prof. S. S. Kumbhar

02

02

01

00

13

Prof. R.D. Patil

01

00

01

00

14

Prof. P. B. Salgar

02

00

01

01

15

Prof. A. S. Thorbole

01

00

01

00

16

Prof. H.U.Mulay

01

00

00

00

17

Prof. A. A. Idate

01

00

00

00

18

Prof. H. N. Ronad

02

00

00

00

19

Prof. R.K.Patil

00

00

00

00

20

Dr. R. B. Golekar

21

03

02

00

21

Prof. S. K. More

00

00

00

00

22

Prof. S. V. Waghmare

01

00

00

00

23

Prof. R. S. Patil

04

01

00

02

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Monographs: 05 Nos.
Table ER-CE-12: Monographs
Sr.
No.

Name of the Faculty

Dr. P D Kumbhar

Dr.Mrs.S.S.Kulkarni

Prof.Shridhar S
Kumbhar

Prof.Shridhar S
Kumbhar

Prof.Dhananjay S Patil

Year of
Publication

Title of the Book/ Monogram


Laboratory manual in Concrete Technology Lap
Lambert academic publishing, Germany
A critical study of Total Quality Management in
Engineering Industries, LAMBERT Academic
Publishing, Germany
Chromium removal from wastewater by using
natural adsorbent. LAMBERT Academic
Publishing, Germany
Impact of Sewage Disposal on Groundwater
Quality in Sangli city LAMBERT Academic
Publishing, Germany
Life cycle cost analysis of building. LAMBERT
Academic Publishing, Germany

* Chapter(s) in Books

2014
2013

2012

2011
2011

Nil

* Editing Books
Table ER-CE-13: Editing Books
Sr.
No.
1

Title of the
Book
Applied
Mechanics

Name of the author


Prof. P G Deshpande, Prof. H S
Jadhav, Prof. M V Nagendra

Mahalaxmi
Publishing

* Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers

15.

Year of
publishing
July, 2002

Publisher

Nil

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,


Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
Nil

Citation Index range / average

0 - 123

* SNIP

Nil

* SJR

Nil

* Impact factor range / average

0 5.10

* h-index

0 - 37

Details of patents and income generated


Table ER-CE-14: Details of patents
Patent Number
3434/MUM/2013
Dated 30/10/2013

Name of Inventor
Dr. Attar A C of Professor in
Civil Engg Dept, RIT

Patent
Interlocking
bricks

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Status
Provisionally
Patent

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Patent Number
3364/MUM/2013
Dated 25/10/2013

Name of Inventor
Dr. Attar A C of Professor in
Civil Engineering
Department RIT,
Rajaramnagar

Patent
A Hinge
System

Status
Provisionally
Patent

Income generated: - Nil


16.

Areas of consultancy and income generated


Table ER_CE_15: Areas of consultancy and income generated

2015-16

Income Generated
(In Lakhs)
1.61

2014-15

3.49

2013-14

0.92

2012-13

2.17

2011-12

0.41

Year

2011-12

Income Generated
(In Lakhs)
0.00

2012-13

1.28

2013-14

0.71

2014-15

0.79

2015-16

0.00

2011-12

0.04

2012-13

0.82

2013-14

0.08

2014-15

0.15

2015-16

0.045

2011-12

0.37

2012-13

0.07

2013-14

0.05

2014-15

0.07

2015-16

0.03

2011-12

0.00

2012-13

0.00

2013-14

0.06

2014-15

0.24

Year

Structural Consultancy

Surveying Consultancy

Geo-Technical Consultancy

Environmental Consultancy

2015-16
Third Party Inspection

2011-12

0.00

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2012-13

Income Generated
(In Lakhs)
0.00

2013-14

0.02

2014-15

2.42

2015-16

1.29 in progress

Year

17.

Faculty recharging strategies


i) Faculty members are encouraged to undertake and complete the higher studies
such as M.Tech., Ph. D. in house or at the institutes of repute.
ii) Faculty members are sponsored to attend faculty development programmes
like summer/winter schools and workshops.
iii) Faculty members are encouraged to attend national & International
conferences for paper presentation.
iv) Faculty members are encouraged to publish papers in journals.
v) Incentive awards for key result area (KRA)

18.

Student projects
* percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental
*
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries /
institutes
Table ER-CE-16: Project Summary

Year

Total
No. of
Projects

Total No.
of
Students

Industry
Sponsored
Projects

2011-12

12

76

2012-13

13

70

2013-14

14

70

2014-15

15

96

01 (07
Students)
02 (6+6
Students)
01 (05
Students)
00

2015-16

18

77

In-house
projects

% of
Sponsored
Projects

% of
Students
who did
sponsored
project

11

8.33

9.21

11

15.38

17.14

13

7.14

7.14

15

00

00

18

00

M.Tech Civil - Construction Management Project Summary


Year

Total No. of
Projects

2011-12

18

Industry
Sponsored
Projects
00

18

% of
Sponsored
Projects
0

2012-13

18

03

15

16.66

2013-14

17

05

12

29.41

2014-15

18

05

13

27.77

2015-16

17

52.94

In-house
projects

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M.Tech civil-structure Project Summary

19.

Sr. No.

Total No. of
Projects

2011-12

18

Industry
Sponsored
Projects
00

18

% of
Sponsored
Projects
0

2012-13

18

00

18

2013-14

17

00

17

2014-15

24

00

24

2015-16

24

03

21

12.5

In-house
projects

at the national and international level by faculty


Table ER-CE-17: Awards / recognitions received
Sr.
No

Name of
faculty

Awards/Recognitions
received
Best Engineering College
Principal
Emerging HRD thinkers
award
Construction Contract
Management Summit
2014 Hilton Mumbai
International Airport
Best Teacher Award

1.

Dr. Mrs. S.
S. Kulkarni

Engineering EducationCurrent Scenario &


Future Prospects

Organisation /
Institutes
Indian society for
Technical Education
(ISTE), New Delhi
Indian society for
Training and
development (ISTD),
New Delhi
Construction Contract
Management Summit
2014
Giants Group of
Islampur, Maharashtra
Indian Society for
Technical Education,
New Delhi.

Year
2011

2011

2014

2014
2015

World Engineering
Education Forum

School of Engineering
American University,
Dubai.

2015

Chairperson of LIC for


UG Courses

Sou. Sushila Danchand


Ghodawat Charitable
Trusts Group of
Institution

2015

Global Engineering
Deans Council, Adelaide

2015

Nowrosjee Wadia
College, Pune

2015

College of engineering
and technology

2015

New Deans Mentoring


Workshop, a four-hour
professional development
workshop
Divisional Controller of
MTS Examination
Session Chair & Speaker

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No

2.

Name of
faculty

Dr. H. S.
Jadhav

3.

Dr A C
Attar

4.

Prof. D B
Kulkarni

5.

Dr. S M
Shiyekar

6.

7.

Prof. D. S.
Patil

Dr. P. D.
Kumbhar

Awards/Recognitions
received

Organisation /
Institutes
Bambhori

Year

New Deans Mentoring


Workshop
2016 CDIO Asian
Regional Meeting
Asian Engineering
Education conference

GEDC 2015 Adelaide


Global Conference

Nomination of U. G.
Teacher

Shivaji University,
Kolhapur.

2014

Committee member

Shivaji University,
Kolhapur

2015

Examination Lapses
Committee

Shivaji University,
Kolhapur

2015

J. J. M. College of
Engineering, Jaisingpur

2016

IUCEE,

2014

Construction Contract
Management Summit
2014

2014

QCFI

2012

Engineering Education
Foundation, Pune

2012

PVPIT, Budhgaon.
(Sangli)

2016

Adarsh Institute of
Technology & Research
Center , Vita

2016

Vishveshwarya
Technical Campus

2013

Resource Person Repair,


Retrofitting and
Strengthening of
Building
Best Poster award
Construction Contract
Management Summit
2014 Hilton Mumbai
International Airport
NCQC
Best Engineering Teacher
of Engineering Colleges
of Maharashtra
Resource Person
Advances in Construction
Trends
Chief Guest & Resource
person for 2 days
workshop on Technical
Pedagogy
LIC Committee visit

Yanshan University,
Qinhuangdao, China

2015
2016

* Doctoral / post doctoral fellows :- NIL


* Students:- NIL
20.

Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding


(national
/ international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.

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Table ER-CE-18: Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized


Sr.
No.

Name of Conf. /
Workshop/
Seminar
2011-2012
Practical
Application in
FEM using
ANSYS software

Date

Duratio
n

Numb
er of
Partic
ipants

TEQIP II

Mr. Sachin
Matade, Pune

5th to 9th
April,
2012

5 days

29

18th Feb.,
2012

1 day

15

17th -18th
Feb. 2012

2 days

23

3rd Feb.
2012

1 day

45

21st - 25th
Nov.2011

5 days

30

Source
of
Funding

Name of
eminent
researcher

Concrete
Admixtures

Self
Funded

T. P. Banarjee,
Head Training
(Dr. Fixit
Institute of
Structural
Protection and
Rehabilitation,
Andheri,
Mumbai)

Advanced
MISSION
10xFaculty
Empowerment w/s

Self
Funded

WIPRO
Technologies,
Pune

Ferro cement
Design and
Applications in
Civil Engineering

MISSION 10x
Faculty
Empowerment w/s
Analysis and
Design of
Structures using
STAAD PRO V8i
Curriculum
Development:
M.E. (C&M)

2012-2013
Computer Aided
project
1
management using
primavera
Bridge Course on
2
Total Station
5 Days
comprehensive
3
Geospatial
Technology
program(GIS)

TEQIP

Self
Funded

Er. Hangekar,
Dr. Divekar &
Er Ullhas
Adhav
Ferrocement
Society, Pune
WIPRO
Technologies,
Pune

Self
Funded

Satish Mane
CON-CIV
Pune

Sept.&
Oct. 2011

5 days

17

Self
Funded

Dr. S. M.
Shiyekar, Prof.
D. S. Patil,
Dr. S. S.
Santpur

10th Sept.
2011

1 day

20

Self
Funded

Swastik
Academy
Sangli

6th 8th
Sept. 2012

3 days

17

Self
Funded

D.B. Kulkarni
K.K. Shinde

8th Sept.
2012

2 days

22

Self
Funded

Mapspace
consulting pvt.
Ltd chennai

29th Aug. 2nd sept.


2012

5 days

28

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No.

Name of Conf. /
Workshop/
Seminar

Modern survey
4
Techniques using
Total Station
National
Conference on
5
Research and
Developments in
civil engineering
2013-2014

Source
of
Funding
TEQIP

TEQIP

Date

Duratio
n

Numb
er of
Partic
ipants

D.B. Kulkarni
P B Salgar

10th Jan.
2013-11th
Jan.2013

2 days

35

Resource
Persons from
Reputed
Institutions

15th -16th
March
2013

2 days

42

1 day

57

4 days

18

2 days

32

Name of
eminent
researcher

Green Building
Awareness

TEQUIP

IIT, Mumbai

Bridge Course on
Auto CAD

Self
Funded

Microsoft Project

TEQIP

R.D. Patil
P.D. Kumbhar
Dr. A.C. Attar

24th
August
2013
9th- 12th
Sept.2013
10th 11th
Oct. 2013

Miss. Shivani,
former
graduate
student IIT,
Gandhinagar &
D S Chavan

26th Oct.,
2013

1 day

2 week

33

1 day

41

1 day

08

1 day

12

Open Sees
Software

Self
Funded

Two week ISTE


Workshop on
Engineering
Mechanics

IIT,
Bombay

IIT, Faculty

26th Nov.
6th
Dec.2013

Curriculum
Development

Self
Funded

Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur

8th Jan.
2014

Bridge Course on
Total Station
Staad.pro software
training program

Self
Funded
Self
Funded

7
8

Modern Surveying
Techniques

D.B. Kulkarni
CONCIV Pune

17th Jan
2014
Sept 13Jan 2014

TEQIP II

Prof. D B
Kulkarni
Dr. H S Jadhav
Prf. D S Patil
Prof. P B
Salgar

28th 1st
March,
2014

5 days

32

TEQIP II

Dr. Bakul Rao


IIT, Mumbai
Dr. M S Bapat
Willingdon
College, Sangli
Prof. D S Mali
SIBER,
Kolhapur
Dr. More
JSPM, Pune

15-9-14 to
19-09-14

5 days

57

2014-2015

Recent
Technological
Challenges in
Environmental
Management

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Sr.
No.

Name of Conf. /
Workshop/
Seminar

Source
of
Funding

Date

Duratio
n

Numb
er of
Partic
ipants

Prof. D S Patil

13-4-2015
to 17-042015

5 days

29

IIT, Bombay

02-6-2015
to 12-062015

2 week

28

Name of
eminent
researcher
Dr. S N Kaul
Pune
Dr. S T Mali
SIT, Pune
Dr. G S
Kulkarni
Shivaji
University,
Kolhapur
Dr. P G
Sonavane
Walchand
College of
Engg., Sangli
Dr. G R
Munavalli
Walchand
College of
Engg., Sangli
Dr. S D Yadav
R.I.T.,
Sakharale
Dr. Shankar
Murthy
NITIE,
Mumbai
Mr. Ajit Saraf,
Mumbai
Dr. H S Jadhav
R.I.T.,
Sakharale
Prof. Y M Patil
R.I.T.,
Sakharale
Prof. S S
Kumbhar
R.I.T.,
Sakharale

Primavera P6

2015-2016
IIT, Bombay Two
week STTP under
the national
1
mission on
education through
ICT (MHRD)
govt. of India

Self
Funded

IIT,
Bombay

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Name of Conf. /
Workshop/
Seminar

Sr.
No.

International
Conference
ICACIDS 2k16

21.

Source
of
Funding

Name of
eminent
researcher

TEQIP II

Prof. P M
Mohite
Dr. P D
Kumbhar
Prof. D S Patil

Date

Duratio
n

Numb
er of
Partic
ipants

26th to 28th
Feb., 2016

3 days

111

Student profile course-wise:


Table ER-CE-19: Student profile
Name of the Course Applications
(refer question no. 2) Received

Selected
Male

Pass percentage

Female

Male

Female

Civil Engineering (UG)


11-12

08-09

12-13

09-10

13-14

10-11

14-15

11-12

90.00
Allotted
through CAP

49

12

76.59

75.00

49

11

95.74

100

54

10

97.43

100

Civil Structure (PG) Pass percentage (pass in 2nd year)


11-12
12-13
13-14

Allotted
through CAP

14-15

16

02

88.89

11.11

15

03

16.67

12+1

05

18+1

06

83.33
70.59+72.
22
--

29.41+27.78
--

nd

Civil Const. Mgt. (PG) Pass percentage (pass in 2 year)


11-12
12-13
13-14

Allotted
through CAP

14-15

22.

17

01

94.45

5.55

15

03

77.77

16.67

16

02

88.89

11.11

12

05

--

--

Diversity of Students
Table ER-CE-20: Diversity of Students
Name of the Course % of students % of students
(refer question no. 2) from the college from the State

% of students % of students
from the
from the other
other State
Countries

Civil Engineering (UG)


11-12

--

63 (100%)

00

00

12-13

--

62(100%)

00

00

13-14

--

62(100%)

00

00

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Name of the Course % of students % of students


(refer question no. 2) from the college from the State
14-15

--

% of students % of students
from the
from the other
other State
Countries

63(92.65%)

00

5 (7.35%)

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

Civil Structure (PG)


11-12

02 (11.11)

12-13

01 (5.55)
02
(11.77+11.11)

17 (94.45)
15+1
(88.23+88.89)
21+1
03 (12.5+12.00)
(87.5+88.00)
Civil Const. Mgt. (PG)

13-14
14-15

23.

16 (88.89)

11-12

02 (11.11)

16 (88.89)

00

00

12-13

10 (55.55)

08 (44.45)

00

00

13-14

01 (5.55)

17 (94.45)

00

00

14-15

01 (5.89)

16 (94.11)

00

00

How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Table ER-CE-21: students cleared Civil Services
Exams

No of students cleared competitive Exams


2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

GATE

04

03

04

09

07

GRE

02

GEE

01

Civil Service Exam

01

09

04

02

GMAT

01

NICMAR

03

List of Students Cleared GATE, GRE & GEE


Sr. No.

Year

Name of student

Score/Mark/ Rank

Patil Sanket B

431 (AIR8069)

Nalawade Amar M

410 (AIR 9448)

Hindocha Ravi V

395(AIR 10460)

Yadav Akshay S

363(AIR 13045)

Mulani Asim T

363(AIR 13045)

Vibhute Akshy R

337(AIR 15694)

Suryawanshi Aditya A

272(AIR 26610)

2015-16

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Sr. No.

Year

Name of student

Score/Mark/ Rank

Mr. Parab Shubham Vilas

Ms. Patil Anuja Rajendra

10

Mr. Udda Ajay Vivekanand.

Selected for Post graduate


program 2016 in Advanced
Cosntruction Managemetn
(PGP ACM) 2016-18 at
NICMAR, Pune Campus

11

Walekar Ajinkya Shivkumar

Qualified GMAT Exam. 2016

Mr. Arpit Agrwal

318 (GRE)

Mr. Shantanu Dixit

312 (GEE)

Patil Vinayak Bhaskar

530 (AIR 3947)

Kadam Pratik Pramod

499 (AIR 5032)

Gursale Nikhil Kiran

439 (AIR 7659)

Patil Ajit Abasaheb

381 (AIR 11532)

KhandekarAmitSharad

300 (AIR21079)

WaghmareAshishShirishkumar

268 (AIR27437)

Varne Kapil Chandrakant

352 (AIR 14326)

10

ThombareMaheshNandkumar

Score 23

11

Mohd Yasar Farooq Patel

352 (AIR14126)

10

Mr.Siddheshwari Ajit Patil

384(AIR10012)

Mr. Bhavik Gunavant Kuvadia

381(AIR10153)

12

Mr. Onkar Appaso Patil

525 (AIR3693)

13

Mr. Omprakash Dudhal

403 (AIR8736)

14

Mr. Salunkhe Omkar Madhav

385 (AIR3630)

Miss. Kulkarni Purva Shekhar

292(AIR7500)

16

Mr. Kumbhar Digambar Ananda

288(AIR8000)

17

Miss Vasanti Chavan

379 (AIR3851)

Mr. Umesh L Shaha

330 (AIR4538)

19

Mr. Prashant Patil

322 (AIR4843)

20

Mr. Jitendra Mohod

318 (AIR5018)

2014-2015

11
2013-2014

15

2012-2013

18
2011-2012

List of Students Cleared Civil Service Exam


Sr. No

Name of
Students

Qualification Department

2011-12

Patil Prashant
Jaysing

B.E.

2012-13

Kulkarni Chetan

B.E

Water Supply
And Sanitation
Department
Indian Railway,

Position
Assistant Engineer
(Civil) Gr-A
Class-II

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Sr. No

Name of
Students
Chandrakant

B.E

Shinde Sagar
Sambhaji

B.E

Gole Arjun
Marut

B.E

Madhuri Koli

2014-15

24.

Position

Bhilwadi

Kurade Snehal
Suresh

Patil Sayali
Rajendra
Patil Sayali
Rajendra
Walvekar Anuja
Ashok
Gurav Gayatri
Vinayak

2013-14

Qualification Department

B.E
B.E
M.Tech
B.E
MTechStructure

Yadav
Bhagyashri
Subhash

B.E

Shital Balasaheb
Shinde

B.E

Irrigation dept.
Aurangabad
Irrigation
Department,
Maharashtra
Public Works
Department,
Maharashtra
Water Resources
Department
Water Resources
Department
Water Resources
Department
Water Resources
Department

Assistant Executive
Engineer (Civil) Gr-A,
Assistant Executive
Engineer (Civil) Gr-A,
Assistant Engineer
(Civil) Grade-I, Gr-A,
Assistant Engineer
(Civil) Grade-I, Gr-A,

Class-II

Irrigation Department

Maharashtra state
Electricity
Distribution
Company Ltd.
Maharashtra state
Electricity
Distribution
Company Ltd.,
Water Supply
And Sanitation
Department
Water Supply
And Sanitation
Department

Asst. engineer
Assistant Engineer

Junior Engineer

Junior Engineer

Asst. Engg

Patil Apurva
Vilas

M.Tech
Structures

Patharwat Amit
Shivaji

M.Tech
Structures

Tarange Yogesh
Tanaji

M.Tech CM

Junior Engineer

Water Resources
Department

M.Tech.CM

Assistant
Executive
Engineer (Civil)
Gr-A,

Water Resources
Department

Prajkta Sanjay
Patil

Assistant Engineer
(Civil) Gr-A
Assistant Engineer
(Civil) Gr-A

Student progression
Table ER CE 22: Student Progression
Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

14%

PG to M.Phil

--

PG to Ph.D.

5%

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral

--

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Employed

25.

Campus selection

Nil

Other than campus recruitment

35%

Entrepreneurs

Nil

Diversity of staff
Table ER-CE-23: Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates

26.

of the same parent university

73.91

From the universities within the State

13.04

From other universities from other States

13.04

Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
a) Dr. A. C. Attar, Professor awarded Ph.D. from Shivaji University, Kolhapur, in
the Year 2011.
b) Dr. H. S. Jadhav, Professor awarded Ph.D. from Shivaji University, Kolhapur,
in the Year 2012.
c) Dr. P. D. Kumbhar, associate Professor awarded Ph.D. from Shivaji
University, Kolhapur, in the Year 2012.

27.

Present details about infrastructural facilities


a) Department Library is having text books for quick reference.
b) Project records as well as M. Tech. Dissertations are preserved for ready use.
Table ER-CE-24: Infrastructural facilities
Year
Total Books
M. Tech/M.E.
Dissertation
B. Tech Projects
Journals (all Title)

2015-16

2015-14

2014-13

2013-12

2012-11

330

304

279

232

184

35

35

40

21

04

294

280

270

260

250

--

--

--

--

--

c) Internet facilities for staff and students


Yes, Internet facilities Available with 100 Mbps speed.
d) Total 04 Nos.
Table ER-CE-25: Details of class rooms
Room
Descriptio
n

Room
Nos.

Class Room

101

Allocation
no.

Usage

Shared/
Exclusiv
e

RIT/CR05/C S. Y. B. Tech Exclusive

Area
Required
by AICTE
(Sq.M.)
66

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Area
Availabl
e
(Sq.M.)
69.65

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E01
Class Room

403

Class Room

404

Class Room

303
TU 02
TU 03

Tutorial
Room

TU 04
TU 05
TU 06

Seminar
Room
Counseling
Room
Meeting
room
Faculty
rooms
(15 nos)

Civil

RIT/CR06/C TY B. Tech
E02
Civil
RIT/CR07/C Final Year B.
E03
Tech Civil.
First year
Engg,.
RIT/TU02/C For S.E., T.E.,
E
B.E.
RIT/PG/TU
03/CE01
RIT/PG/TU
04/CE02
P. G.
RIT/PG/TU
05/CE03
RIT/PG/TU
06/CE04
For T.E., B.E.
RIT/SH02/C
22
E
hrs/week

Exclusive

66

69.65

Shared

66

69.65

Shared

66

69.65

Shared

33

33

Exclusive

33

33

Exclusive

33

33

Exclusive

33

33

Exclusive

33

33

Exclusive

132

132

For all Student

Shared

For Faculty
Meeting

Shared

33

33

RIT/AD03/F
R/CE

Rooms for
faculty

Shared

1 or 2 Faculty Available
per
as per
room
norms

e) Class rooms with ICT facility :- All


f) Students laboratories
Table ER-CE-26: Laboratory Details
Sr.
No

Name of Laboratories

Available Area
(Sq.mt.)

Investment in the
Lab (Rs.).

Applied Mechanics Lab.

66 Sq.mt.

Material Testing Laboratory

66 Sq.mt.

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

66 Sq.mt.

11,08,551.00

Environmental Engg. Lab

66 Sq.mt.

7,68,393.00

Surveying Laboratory

66 Sq.mt.

19,39,986.00

Geology Laboratory

66 Sq.mt.

87,907.00

Transportation Engg. Lab

66 Sq.mt.

5,22,038.00

Computer Laboratory

66 Sq.mt.

22,25,638.00

Structural Engineering Laboratory (PG Structures)

84 Sq.mt.

10

Research Lab. (PG - Structures)

70 Sq.mt.

32,12,749.00
12,00,000.00

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3,00,186.00
22,39,405.00

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Colleges

Sr.
No

Available Area
(Sq.mt.)

Name of Laboratories

11

Structural Dynamics Lab.

12

Construction & Management (PG Const.


& Mgt.)

66 Sq.mt.

13

Research Lab (PG Const. & Mgt.)

66 Sq.mt.

Investment in the
Lab (Rs.).

--

11,69,342.00
27,12,944.00

Total Rs.

1,74,87,139.00

g) Research laboratories
Sr. No

28.

Available Area
(Sq.mt.)
70 Sq.mt.

Name of Laboratories

Research Lab. (PG - Structures)

Research Lab (PG Const. & Mgt.)

66 Sq.mt.

Number of students of the department getting.


Table ER-CE-27:
ER
27: Financial assistance from College
UG / PG

29.

Total No. of Students


2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012
2012-13

2011-12

UG

00

05

35

00

17

PG (Structure)

02

07

14

01

00

PG (CM)

02

05

12

02

00

Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
methodology
During the inception phase when Institute proposed to introduce a new program, a
survey was carried out to look for the scope of new program as per the Industry
needs. At the end of Survey, conclusion was made to initiate a new Program PostPost
Graduation in Construction Management. It was found that only two
tw Institutes in
the vicinity of this Institute were having the same course. So we have finalized to
start a New Program in 2010-11.
2010

Need Based
survey of
Industries

Approach
Study from
Student
Perspective

Preliminary
survey of
Surrounding
Area

Discussion
and
Finalization
of New
Program for
further
Approval

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30.

Does the department obtain feedback from


a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does
the department utilize it?
Yes, senior faculties, reputed practitioners and industrialists are themembers of
Board of Studies in Civil Engineering who give their feedbackwhen curriculum
is revised. A suggestion from all faculty members is takenand their opinions
will be considered and represented in BOS meetings.
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what
is the response of the department to the same?
Yes, in the mid of the each semester online feedback & academic audit from
students regarding the ongoing subjects is conducted. Further, at the end of each
semester, course exit survey from the students is conducted which is designed to
obtain feedback about curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
processes followed. The feedback is analyzed and is given to the concerned
faculty members for improvement.
c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Yes, Feedback is obtained from alumni and employers and the same is
considered during the revision of the curriculum.

31.

List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)


Table ER-CE-28: Distinguished alumni
Sr.
No

Name of
Alumni

Name of
Company

Post

Permanent
address

Phone
no/Mobile no

E-mail ID

Sanjay D
Patil

Larsen and
Toubro
LtdConstructio
n

Cluster
Head
Heavy
Civil
Infrastruct
ure

Mumbai. PH #
022 61817504

Mobile NO.
8286035888
022-31925032
,02261817504 (O)

sdpatil@lnt
ecc.com

8007779307 /
9920426097

pspatil1962
@gmail.co
m

Patil
Prataprao
Shankarr
ao

Parag
Ashok
Doshi

B. G.
Shirke
Const.
Tech. Pvt.
Ltd. Pune

Reliance
4G Project

Project
manager

Deputy
GM SHE

Neelkanth
Sadan, B Wing, Flat No.
-30 Sect.- 10,
Khnada colony,
New
Panvel (W),
Navi Mumbai.
D 501 'A'
CHS Limited,
Customs
Colony
Military Road,
Marol, Andhei
East Mumbai

8879688427

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, Dist. Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

paragadoshi
@yahoo.co
mParag.dos
hi@hfcl.co
m

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Sr.
No

Name of
Alumni

Name of
Company

Mr.I.B.K
apale

Neilsoft
Ltd., Pune

Lead
Engineer

Er. G. R.
Chitnis

Dynamic
Prestress,
Mumbai

Managing
Director
and
Owner

10

11

Er.Uday
S.
Sambhar
e

Abhijit
Vilas
Doshi

Rishikes
h P.
Chavan

Rajiv
L.Gupta

Walpat
Industries,
MIDC,
Islampur

ESRI
Dubai(UA
E)

Aker
Solutions
,Pune
Currently
located in
Oslo,
Norway

Post

Owner

Product
Engineer

Senior
Engineer

Chartered
Mott
MacDonald Civil
, Norve
Engineer

Dubai
Governmen
Mr.Pravi
t DREC
n P.Shete
(Wasl
LLC)
Er.Jitendr MIDC
a
Mumbai

Permanent
address
Flat no 4, Shree
niketan
Apartments,
S.no.
589B/59,Vidya
sagar Colony,
Market Yard,
Salisbuary
Park,
Bibvewadi,
Pune 411037
B/6,Suprabhat
Chs, Dnyan
mandir road,
Dadar west
Mumbai
Sambare
Building,Kache
ri Road ,
Near state Bank
Urun Islampur
Tal-walwa distSangli
13, Wing D2,
Manik Moti
Building,
Katraj. PuneMaharashtra
INDIA
Phone #:
0091942245706
2
Arth 41
Vishwas
Housing
Society,
Shriram Marge,
South to civil
Hospital, Sangli
416416
Bergen,
Norway
Inndalsveien
98, Bergen
5063, Norway

Quantity
surveyor

A/p-Urun
Islampur

Assistant
Engineer

A/P- Neelsruti
B-101,Plot No

Phone
no/Mobile no

9923978383

9323008896

9822011761

E-mail ID

Ikapale@g
mail.com

grchitnis@g
mail.com
www.dynam
icprestress.c
om
sambhare@
rediffmail.c
om
Webuday.sambh
are@rediff
mail.com

09194224570
62

abhiataero
@gmail.co
m

+9199223477
99

crishi.232@
gmail.com

4747735625

rajivlgupta
@gmail.co
m

Phone no:
Res.: (INDIA)
+912342223332
9867268446

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pravinshete
@hotmail.c
om
jsjadhavmid
c@gmail.co

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Sr.
No

12

32.

Name of
Alumni
Shankara
o Jadhav

Name of
Company
Baravi
Dam
Division
Ambernath
Mumbai
Thane

Vinayak
K.Kharat

WRE
GOM

Permanent
address
19,20,21
Room no2/3
New panwel
Tal-Panvel
Dist-Raigad

Post

Assistant
Engineer
Grade-I

A/p-UrunIslampur,
Tal-Walwa,
Dist-Sangli

Phone
no/Mobile no

E-mail ID
m

9823388199

vkk@rediff
mail.com

Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /


seminar) with external experts.
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Year 2011-12
Sr.
No

Date

Organized
For

19-07-2011

08-08-2011

30-08-2011

15-09-2011

16-09-2011

All TE & BE
Students

20-01-2012

All TE & BE
Students

Resource
Person

All TE & BE
Students

Er. Parag A
Doshi

All TE & BE
Students
All BE
Students
All TE & BE
Students

Er. Shahaji A
Desai
Er. Apurva
Mantri
Er. Pramod
Chougule
Mr. T P
Banerjee,
Mumbai Dr.
Fixit Institute
Dr. Bakul Rao,
IIT Mumbai

Name of the
program
Expert lecture on Safety, Health and
Environment in Mumbai Metro Rail
Project
Expert lecture on Contracts, Tender
and PWD Procedure
Expert lecture on Preparation for
GATE Exam. 2012
Expert lecture on Green building
Expert lecture on Awareness session
on water proofing and concrete
repairs
Expert lecture on Rural Development

Year 2012-13
Name of the
Resource
Person

Sr.
No.

Date

Class

30-07-2012

M Tech
(Struct)
SY, TY, BE
Civil
SY, TY, BE
Civil

Prin. M.V.
Joglekar
Mr. Uday
Bhoite
Mr. Vinayak
Pavate

SY, TY, BE
Civil

Dr. Pranesh
Murnal

18-09-2012
2

18-09-2012

21-09-2012

Background
Industry/Ac
ademic/R&
D/GATE
Academic
Academic
Academic

Academic

Topics Covered
Carrier Opportunities
and Goal Setting
How to face Gate
Exam
Preparation for
Competitive
Examination
Application of
Response Spectrum in
Earthquake
Engineering

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Name of the
Resource
Person

Background
Industry/Ac
ademic/R&
D/GATE
Academic

Sr.
No.

Date

15-10-2012

M Tech
(Struct.)

Dr.. M R
Shiyekar

17-10-2012
03-11-2012

Dr. Mrunal
Pranesh
Dr.. M R
Shiyekar

Academic

M Tech
(Struct.)
M Tech
(Struct.)

01-02-2013

B.E. Civil

Er. Abhijeet . S.
Pise

Academic

Class

Academic

Topics Covered
Stiffness MethodStructure Oriented
Approach
Earthquake
Engineering
Member Oriented
Stiffness Method Pin
&Rigid jointed space
frame
Entrepreneurship
Development
&Preparation for
Competitive Exams.

Year 2013-14
Sr.
No.

Date

12-09-2013

15-09-2013

26-9-2013

04-10-2013

Background
Industry/Ac
ademic/R&
D/GATE

Class

Name of the
Resource
Person

SY, TY, BE
Civil

Er. Shashikant R
Patil, KEC Ltd., Industry
Delhi

SY, TY, BE
Civil
TY, BE
Civil, M
Tech (CM
& Struct.)
TY, BE
Civil, M
Tech (CM
& Struct.)

Industry

Er. Kaustabh,
IGlobal,

Industry

Opportunities in civil
Engineering

Industry

Infrastructure and
Entrepreneur
opportunities in
construction industries
Design and
Development of
Outdoor remotely
controlled airships

Er. Rajiv Parikh,


Kolhapur
Prof. Rajkumar
S Pant,
Aerospace
Engg. Dept. IIT,
Mumbai

Academic

14-10-2013

7th, 8th,
14th& 15th
Oct., 2013

M Tech
(Struct.)

Prof. M R
Shiyekar

Academic

30-11-2013

UG & PG
Students

German
Delegates

Academic

M Tech
(Struct.) I

Prof. R M
Shinde, RIT,
Rajaramnagar
Dept. of
Automobile
Engg.

Academic

31-01-2014

Opportunities in
Construction
Industries
Lateral Thinking (Key
to Creative Design)

Ar. Pramod Beri

M Tech
(CM
&Struct.)

Topics Covered

Member and Structure


oriented stiffness
methods
Vocational training on
Urban Water
Management

Review of ANSYS
Software

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Class

Name of the
Resource
Person

Background
Industry/Ac
ademic/R&
D/GATE

13-02-2014

T YB
Tech

Er. Ajit Pawar

Alumni

10

13-02-2014

T YB
Tech

Er. Vijay
Nandrekar

Alumni

11

06-3-2014

TY B Tech
& BE

Er. Harish B
Barpate, Oman

Alumni

12

02-04-2014

TY B Tech
& M Tech
(Struct.) I

Er. Rahul
Dingane, Pune

Alumni

13

07-04-2014

M Tech
(Struct.)

14

16-04-2014

TY B Tech

Sr.
No.

Date

Prof .
S.S.Gramopadh
ye
Mrs. Shreelaxmi
Prashant, NITK,
Surathkal

Academic
Alumni &
Research
Scholar

Topics Covered
Competitive Exam:
GATE Preparation
NICMAR : An
opportunity for Civil
Engineers
Modern Delta Project
Ltd., Sultanate of
Oman
Pre-engineered
buildings
Gauss quadrature
Integration & Eigen
values
Importance of higher
education in Civil
Engineering

Year 2014-15
Sr.
No.

Date of
Lecture

4-8-2014

2.

05-09-2014

05-09-2014

12-09-2014

9-10-2014

28-10-2014

21-01-2015

T Y & Final
year B Tech,
M Tech.

09-02-2015

Final year B
Tech,

7-3-2015

M Tech.
Structure &
CM

Class
T Y & Final
year B Tech,
M Tech.
T Y & Final
year B Tech,
M Tech.
T Y & Final
year B Tech,
M Tech.
T Y & Final
year B Tech,
M Tech.
T Y & Final
year B Tech,
M
Tech.(Str)
M Tech
(CM)

Name of
Resource
Person

Background/
Industry/
Academic

Dr. Shankar
Murthy

Academic

Er. Sunil
Chougule

Industry

Er. Sandip R.
Hake

Industry

Topics Covered
Importance of higher
education in
Engineering
Opportunities for Civil
Engineering in Public
Sector
Opportunities for Civil
Engineering in
MSETCL

Er. Ms. Priyanka Industry


Sakate

Role of Engineer in
Construction Industry

Er. Pravin Shete

Industry

Overseas opportunities
for Civil Engineers

Er. Parag
Edvankar
Er. Mayuri
Bhagwat

Industry

Construction projects

Industry

Scope in Design
Sector

Industry

Role of Estimation
Engineer

Industry

Entrepreneurship
and Opportunities for
Civil Engineers in

Er.
Chandrprabha
Patil
Er. C.
Kotibhaskar
Director,

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No.

10

Date of
Lecture

20-03-2015

Class

M Tech.
(CM)

24th&25th
11

March
2015

12

07-04-2015

13

13-04-2015

14

28-4-2015

M Tech.
(CM)
M Tech
(Structures)
M Tech.
(Structure)
Final year
B Tech.

Name of
Resource
Person
Kotibhaskar &
Associate,
Sangli
Dr. J.R. Patil
.Professor RMD
Sinhgad School
of Engineering,
Warje,Pune

Background/
Industry/
Academic

Topics Covered
Construction
Industries

Academic

Geotechnical Aspects
of Road Pavement

Mr. S.D. Vaidya


(CA-RIT)
Consultant
Islampur

Industry

Financial Management

Dr. M S Bapat

Academic

Mr. Rahul
Digane
Prof. M S Ali,
Asst. Professor,
Walchand
College of
Engg, Sangli

Industry

Fuzzi logic and its


applications
Pre-engineered
Building

Academic

Environmental
Impact Assessment in
Mining

Background

Topics Covered

Industry

Need and Carrier


Growth in Real
Estate

Industry

Mission RADAR

Industry

Career guidance for


competitive Exams.

Academic

How to be a good
Civil Engineer

Academic

Analysis of

Year 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Date

23-072015

2.

14-8-2015

12-102015

12-022016

08-03-

Name of
Resource
Person
REMI Building
T Y & Final
Futures Building
year B Tech.
Experience
PV&
Associates,
Pune,
Final year B Maharashtra,
Tech.
India. Project
Management
Consultancy &
Trainings
Mr. Abhaysinh
Mohite,
B. Tech. &
Mr. Sachin
M Tech.
Khedekar,
Mr. R A Kale
Prof. Neeraj
Gupta,
S.Y., T.Y.
Architect,
&final year
CA/83/7852
B Tech.
424 sector 7,
Malviya Nagar
Jaipur
M Tech.
Prof. R M
Class

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No.

33.

Date

Class

2016

(Civil
structure)

21-032016

M Tech.
(Civil const.
Mgt.)

22-032016

M Tech.
(Civil
structure)

22-032016

M Tech.
(Civil const.
Mgt.)

Name of
Resource
Person
Shinde
Asst. Professor,
Dept. of
Automobile
Engg. RIT,
Islampur
Prof. K S Patil,
MBA Dept.,
RIT,
Rajaramnagar
Prof. R M
Shinde
Asst. Professor,
Dept. of
Automobile
Engg. RIT,
Islampur
Mr. S D
Vaidya,
Chartered
Accountant,
Islampur

Background

Topics Covered
structures using
ANSYS

Academic

Project Finance

Academic

Dynamic analysis
for Beam

Industry

Project Finance

List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes
Modes of delivery in theory courses:

MD1: Lecture using Chalk and Board


MD2: Lecture using Power point
MD3: Audio/Video Lectures/film
MD4: Tutorial, Assignments, Seminar
MD5: Project based learning
MD6: Activity based learning
MD7: Flip class room

Modes of delivery in Lab/project courses:

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MD1: Practical demonstration /project/ teamwork


MD2: Experiential learning
MD3: Mini Projects
MD4: Demo through Models and Audio/Video Indirect modes ofdelivery
MD5: Student participation in workshops, seminars, conferences,technical
events.
MD6: Organization of workshops, seminars, conferences, expertlectures, and
technical events by students.
MD7: Industry visits.

How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met
and learning outcomes monitored?

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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)


(Under Graduate Programme)
The program will prepare graduates of Civil Engineering to:
1. Achieve high level technical expertise to succeed in all positions in Civil
engineering practices and research
2. Pursue higher studies to foster their learning and understanding in an ever
widening sphere of technology
3. Sustain latest practices in analysis, design, construction techniques, project
management and entrepreneurial ability
4. Exhibit high ethical standards, professionalism, leadership and commitment
through life-long learning
Program educational objectives have been designed considering the level of our
students after 3-5 years of graduation. The tool used for data collection and analysis
is questionnaire. The process is as stated below:
1. Data required for assessment is collected in two tiers,
a. From the employers
b. Employees (RIT Graduates).
The data has been collected in two ways, one through a questionnaire filled,
scanned and sent back by the stakeholders and two through Google form.
2. The data collected is assessed for the attainment of PEO based on the scores
provided by the stakeholders.
3. The process used for assessment is based on the feedback received from the
industry and RIT employee of that industry, equal weight's are given to both the
criteria's (50% each) and based on the weight's provided computation of
assessment is done.
4. Results of the assessment are documented for further use.
Sample calculation:
Attainment = ((Score*5+Score*3+Score*1)/5)*50%
Scores obtained from the stakeholders are given weights of 5, 3 and 1
(High---Low). each score is multiplied by the weight and summation of all is
divided by maximum score (5) As the overall weight is 50%, the results are
multiplied by 50% to calculate the attainment.
Each question contributing towards the attainment of PEO is considered and
attainment calculated. The overall attainment of for PEO is the average of all
the questions converted to 50%.
Documentation:
The attainment results are filed and are kept in the control of office for record.
b) The assessment process is carried out yearly, data collection is a continuous
process and analysis and reporting is done yearly.

Program Outcomes (POs)


On completion of this Civil Engineering program students will be able to:
a) Apply knowledge of Basic Sciences, Mathematics and engineering
fundamentals,
b) Identify, Formulate and solve Civil engineering problems,
c) Function effectively as an individual and in a group with the capacity to be a
leader or manager as well as an effective team member,
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d) Interpret social, cultural, and environmental issues for sustainable development,


e) Analyze and design civil engineering structures,
f) Apply the techniques, skills and Civil engineering tools necessary for
engineering practice,
g) Recognize the need to undertake lifelong learning, and retain the capacity to do
so,
h) Deliver technical material through oral presentations and written papers/reports,
i) Develop engineering research ability, project and finance management skills,
j) Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities
and norms of Civil engineering practice,
k) Design solutions for complex Civil engineering problems for public health and
safety, societal and environmental considerations,
l) Select and use appropriate engineering techniques and software tools to analyze
civil engineering problems with understanding of limitations.
Correlation of Pos of the programme with the PEOs
Table ER_CE_30: Correlation of POs
PEO'
S
PO'S
P.E.
O. 1
P.E.
O. 2
P.E.
O. 3

PO1

PO2

PO3

PO4

PO5

PO6

PO7

PO8

PO9

PO10

STRONG MATCH

WEAK MATCH

Modes of delivery of courses help in attainment of the Pos


Table ER_CE_31: Attainment of the Pos
MODES & POS
Lecture Interspersed With
Discussion
Tutorials
Ict Utilization (Animation,
Video, Slideshows Ect )
Industrial Visits
Assignments/Group
Assignments
Presentations

Group Discussions

Mini Projects/Projects
E Learning Recourses Like
Nptel Lectures, Open Course
Wares Etc

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Colleges

Assessment tools used for assessment:


Table ER-CE-32: Assessment tools
Course Type
Theory

Practical
Seminar

Assessment Tool

Cos

Pos

ISE
MSE & ESE (Written
(
Examination)
ISE

1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10

1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10

ESE
ISE
ESE

Field Training

ISE

Mini Project

ISE

COS are Designed


For Each Course And
Aligned To Attain All
On Completion Of
The Course

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10
1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10

STAGE I
Dissertation

STAGE II

1-10

STAGE III
STAGE IV

Direct Assessment tools:


1. Written examinations
3. Assignments
5. MCQ
7. Presentations

2. Tutorials
4. Quizzes
6. Practical performance
8. Report writing

Indirect Assessment tools:


1. Course exit survey,
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2. Program exit survey,


Direct assessments are performed in continuous manner over the term period.
Written examinations are conducted centrally by the examination cell, for every
course; course teacher needs to derive two sets of question papers with model
answers. These question papers are firstly reviewed by the committee formed by the
Head of the Department, to see the level as per Blooms taxonomy and attainment
of COS and POS.
Tutorial assessment is the task of every faculty member undertaking tutorials;
designed tutorials are submitted to the department academic coordinator with the
course plan in the beginning of the semester. Which are reviewed for their
correctness and line with CO and PO attainment?
Assignments, Quizzes and MCQ are the assessment tools normally used for ISE
assessment by the faculty for 20% over the period of term. The attainment through
this can be assessed from the ISE marks obtained by the student.
For assessment of other tools, like practical performance, reports and presentations
help of rubrics is taken. Rubrics designed is intimated to students before hand and
assessed while being performed.
Indirect assessment tools are used at the end of each semester, and course exit
survey is done for each course and faculty. Similarly at the end of the program
tenure program exit survey is taken. Students participation in other activities is also
considered for attainment of the POS.
a) Frequency of Assessment:
Direct assessment:
Written examination are assessed twice in the semester,
Tutorials, Assignments, MCQ are continuously assessed,
Practical performance, reports and presentation are assessed twice in a semester,
Dissertation assessment is done four times in a year.
Indirect Assessment:
Course exit survey is assessed per semester,
Program exit survey on completion of the program (Yearly)
Participation is assessed yearly
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Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.


Students:
1. Department organizes software, soft skill development training programs &
summer projects.
2. Students participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular events at regionaland
national level.

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3. Students organize regional and national level co-curricular and extracurricular


events under guidance of faculty.
4. P. G. students also contribute by assisting the faculty in teaching,
documentation as well as maintenance of laboratories.
Faculty:
1. Faculty undergoes industrial training for self development.
2. Faculty members are participating in staff development programmes, Trainings
programmes, workshops and conferences.
3. Faculties are helping government agencies by consultancy in Material testing,
Soil testing, Water testing, Technical Audit, Survey equipment repairing, as
well as by conducting training programs for them.
36.

Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department.


Digital library facility available with Central Library is provided with NPTEL
video lectures.
E-learning VISION software package for most of the courses of all branches
accessible through intra-net.
Wi-Fi facility enables students to access the internet even beyond college hours.
Central internet facility and computing facility of all departments is kept open
after office hours.
Students are motivated to write and present research papers.
Students are encouraged to tackle open ended problems through assignments
and tutorials by searching the material on internet on their own.
Laboratories are kept open to students to experiment on their ideas.
Language laboratory facilities are provided beyond time table hours which
enable students to prepare for examinations like TOEFL, GRE etc.
Guest lectures,
Industrial visits
Mock interview
UNNAT Cell - social activities
Idea registration

37.

State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other


agencies. Give details.

Accredited by NBA in 2003 for 5 years


Autonomous from the year 2011-12
Accredited by NBA in 2013 for 5 years
Accreditated by NBA (committee visited on 16th& 18th Oct.,) 2015 for Civil
(Construction Management)

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38.

Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)


of the department

Strengths
1. Qualified and experienced faculty members
2. State of art infrastructure
3. Accredited UG course
4. Excellent team work among faculty and students
5. Autonomous status

Weaknesses
1. Inadequate trained technical staff & supporting staff
2. Less in campus placement
3. Less Industry Institute Interaction
4. Inadequate externally funded research project
5. Unavailability of industry collaborative laboratories

Opportunities:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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Flexibility in curriculum design


Enhancement in R&D, consultancy and CEPs
Enhancement in Internal Revenue generation
Excel as a technical solution provider
Central government policies for infrastructure policies

Challenges:
1. Attracting good quality students from nation
2. Students employability in reputed construction organizations
3. Development of graduates for start ups
4. Bridging gap between industry and institute
5. Remote location

Future plans of the department.


1. In civil engineering projects, Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical
Information System (GIS) techniques can become potential and indispensable
tools. Various civil engineering application areas include regional planning and
site investigation, terrain mapping and analysis, water resources engineering,
town planning and urban infrastructure development, transportation network
analysis, landslide analysis, etc. There are ample evidences of applying the
recent advances in satellite based remote sensing and GIS technology in various
fields of Civil Engineering. Indias space programme ensuring continuous
availability of Remote Sensing data and launching of future satellites carrying
high spatial and spectral resolution sensors can go a long way in providing
useful information required for civil engineering applications. So the

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civil@ritindia.edu has planned to develop application center to facilitate use of


RS & GIS in civil engineering.
2. The department is also planning to enhance industry-institute interaction by
encouraging PG and UG students to undertake projects on applied research in
collaboration with various industries.
3. In further progress of department, we are expecting 100% placement of
graduates in reputed National and international construction firms.
Develop Industry collaborative laboratory (National Accreditation Board for
Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL))

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1.

Name of the Department & its year of establishment


Table ER- CSE-1: Dept Information
Name of the Department

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Year of Establishment:

2.

1999

Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated


Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Table ER- CSE-2: Name of programmes
Under Graduate Programme Computer
Science & Engineering
Post Graduate Programme Computer
Science & Engineering

3.

Intake: 60

Duration: 4 years

Intake: 18

Duration: 2 years

Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved


Table ER- CSE-3: Interdisciplinary courses
Sr.
No

Course
Code

SH115

OE721

(OE724)

(OE722)

(OE)

Course
Introduction to Computer
Programming
Information Technology
Foundation Program
Cyber Law & Forensics
Mobile Application
Development
Advance Network

Course offer to

Department

F.Y. B.Tech

Science & humanities

Final Year B.Tech

IT, AUTO, Mech

Final Year B.Tech

IT, Mech,
Auto,Electrical,E&Tc

Final Year B.Tech

IT

First Year M.Tech

All Branches

4.

Annual/ semester/choice based credit system : Semester based credit system

5.

Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments


Table ER- CSE-4: courses offered by other departments
Course

Offered by Department UG

OE741- Image Processing

ETC

OE743- Wireless Sensor Network


OE751- Information Technology and
Business Methodologies
OE761- Aircraft Industry and System

ETC
IT
Mech

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Course

6.

IET5241 Data Analytics

MBA

IET5061 Value Engineering

Civil

IET5261 Innovation Management

Mechanical

IET5141 MECHATRONICS

Mechanical

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/


Asst. Professors)
Table ER- CSE-5: teaching posts sanctioned
Post

7.

Offered by Department PG

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor

01

01

Associate Professors

03

01

Asst. Professors

12

09

Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,


(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Table ER- CSE-6: Faculty profile
Sr. No.
1.

Faculty Name
Dr. N. V.
Dharwadkar

Qualification
Ph.D. (CSE), M. Tech (CSE),
B.E. (CSE)

2.

Mr. S.S. Patil

B.E. (CSE), M.Tech, (CST)

3.

Mr. S. A.
Thorat

M Tech (CSE)-IIIT Hyderabad


Phd(CSE) Pursuing

Designation
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor

4.

Mr. A.N. Pawar

B.E. (CSE), ME CSE (pursing)

5.

Mr. S. U. Mane

B. E. (IT), M. Tech (Computer


Engg.)

Assistant
Professor

Mr. A. C.
Adamuthe
Mr. S. R.
Poojara

B. E. (IT), M. Tech (Computer


Engg.)

Mr. A. S. Mali

B.E. (IT), M. Tech. (CSE)

Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Ms. A. R.
Jakhale
Mr. D.P.
Kshirsagar
Mr. T. S.
Kamble

12.

Ms. B. K. Ugale

13.

Dr. C. P.
Samson

14.

Mr. A. M.
Jagtap

B.E. (CSE), M.E. (SE)

B.E. (IT), M. E. (CSE)


B.E. CSE, M. Tech (CSE)
B.E. IT, M. Tech (IT)
B.E. (IT), M. E. (CSE) pursing
Ph.D. (Biblical Studies), M.Phil
( Management Studies)
B.E. (IT), M. Tech. (SE)

Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, Dist. Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

specialization,

Specialization
Information
Security
Database Engg.
& Mining
Computer
Networks
Software
Engineering
High
Performance
Computing,
Cloud
computing
Cloud
Computing
Virtualization
Networking and
Security
Computer
Networking
Computer
Networking
Web
Technology
Training in
Leadership and
Soft skills.
Machine
learning
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15.
16.
17.

8.

Faculty Name
Mr. A. A.
Powar
Mr. M. N.
Mulla

Qualification
B.E(I.T.), M. E. CSE(pursing)

Mrs . G. G.
Shingan

B.E. (CSE), M.Tech. (CSE)

B.E(C.S.E.),ME Computer
Networks

Designation
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor

Specialization
Computer
organization
Mobile Adhoc
Networks
Scheduling and
Optimization
Problems

Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise information


Table ER- CSE-7: classes taken by temporary faculty

9.

Sr. No

Academic Year

Percentage

2012-13

77%

2013-14

74%

2014-15

75%

2015-16

36%

Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio


Table ER- CSE-8: Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio

2011-12

STR
(UG)
19.35

STR
(PG)
3.6

2012-13

17.44

3.4

2013-14

16.74

4.2

2014-15

16.81

3.6

Year

10.

Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:


sanctioned and filled
Table ER- CSE-9: academic support staff
Sr. No

11.

Post

Sanctioned

Filled

Jr. Lab Assistant

04

04

Lab Attendant

03

03

Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international


funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
Table ER- CSE-10: faculty with ongoing projects
Sr.
No.

Project Name

Year

Funding Agencies

1.

GPU Education Centre

2013-14

NVidia

Total grants received

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Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants


received
Table ER- CSE-11: funded projects
Sr.
No.
1.

13.

Project Name

Year

Funding Agencies

Total grants received

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

Research facility / centre with


*

state recognition

national recognition

international recognition
Table ER- CSE-12: Research facility

14.

Sr.
No.
1
2

Research facility/Centre

Recognition

Year

GPU Education Centre

International

2013-14

GPU Education Centre

International

2016-17

Publications:
Table ER- CSE-13: Publications
Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

Citation
128

h-index
6

I10-index
6

1.

Dr. N. V. Dharwadkar

2.

Mr. S. S. Patil

10

3.

Mr. S. A. Thorat

47

4.

Mr. A. N. Pawar

5.

Mr. S. U. Mane

6.

Mr. A. C. Adamuthe

26

7.

Mr. S. R. Poojara

8.

Mr. A. S. Mali

9.

Mrs. A.R. Jakhale

10.

Mr. D. P. Kshirsagar

11.

Mr. T. S. Kamble

12.

Ms. B. K. Ugale

13.

Dr. C. P. Samson

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Sr. No.

Name of Faculty

14.

Mr. A. M. Jagtap

Citation
0

h-index
0

I10-index
0

15.

Mr. A. A. Powar

16.

Mrs. G. G. Shingan

17.

Mr. M. N. Mulla

Publication data format for international and referred journal Year 2015-16 = 06
Table ER- CSE-14: Publications - international and referred journal

Sr.
No.

Authors
name

Mr. A. C.
Adamuthe
Mr. A. C.
Adamuthe

Ms. B. K.
Ugale

Dr. N. V.
Dharwadkar

Ms. B. K.
Ugale

Mr. A. C.
Adamuthe

Journal name

International Journal of
Computer Applications
International Journal of
Information Technology
and Computer Science
(IJITCS)
International Journal of
Computer Science and
Information Technologies
International Journal
Of Innovative Research
In Electrical, Electronics,
Instrumentation And
Control Engineering
International Journal of
Computer Science and
Information Technologies
International Journal of
Information Engineering

Hinde
x

SCI
Impac
t
factor

Non
SCI
Impact
factor
if any

ISS
N/IS
BN
No.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

Dec 2015

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

0975
9646

Feb 2016

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

Jan 2016

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

0975
9646

Jan 2016

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

Year and
month of
publicati
on
2015/10

2015/9/8

Publication data format for national and referred journal Year 2014-15 = 00

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Table ER- CSE-15: Publications - international and referred journal

S
N

1.

2.

3.

Authors name

Sandeep U.
Mane
Sandeep U.
Mane

Amol C.
Adamuthe

4.

J. P.
Rankhambe

5.

S.A.Thorat

6. Mr. S. U. Mane

Journal name

International
Journal of
Computer
Applications
International
Journal of
Computer
Applications
International
journal of
computing
applications
International
Journal of
Computer
Science and
Information
Technologies
Wireless Personal
Communications
Springer Journal
International
Journal of
Intelligent
Systems and
Applications

Non
SCI
Impa
ct
facto
r if
any

ISSN/ISBN
No.

0.79
1
2014

N.A.

973-93-8088279-1

N.
A.

0.79
1
2014

N.A.

Nov
2014

N.
A.

0.79
1

N.A.

N.A.

2014

N.
A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

Jan
2015

27

0.97

N.A.

N.A.

March
2015

N.
A.

0.1

N.A.

2074-9050

Year
and
month
of
public
ation

Hind
ex

19

2014

N.
A.

06

Nove
mber
2014

02

Issue
no. if
any

SCI
Imp
act
fact
or

0975 8887

0975 8887

0975-9646

Publication data format for national and referred journal Year 2014-15 = 0
Publication data format for international and referred journal Year 2013-14 = 0
Publication data format for national and referred journal Year 2013-14 = 0
Publication data format for international and referred journal Year 2012-13 =
03

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Table ER- CSE-16: Publications - international and referred journal

Sr.
No.

Authors
name

Khyamling
A Parane

Vinod B.
Biradar

S.A.
Thorat

Journal name

International
Journal of
Computer
Applications
(IJCA)
IOSR Journal of
Computer
Engineering
Advances in
Engineering and
Technology Series

SCI
Impact
factor

Non
SCI
Impac
t
factor
if any

ISSN/ISB
N No.

N.A.

NA

0.821

0975
8887

N.A.

NA

1.686

22780661

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

22140344

Year and
month of
publicati
on

2012

2012

2013

Hindex

Publication data format for national and referred journal Year 2012-13 = 0
Publication data format for international and referred journal Year 2011-12 =
04
Table ER- CSE-17: Publications - international and referred journal

Journal name

Year
and
month
of
public
ation

Hindex

SCI
Impact
factor

1.

Mr. S.S. Patil

International Journal of
Computer Technology
and Application

Sept
2011

N.A.

1.293

N.A.

N.A.

2.

International Journal of
Ms.S.D.Banda
Computer Application
ri
and Management

July
2011

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

3.

Mr.A.C.Adam
uthe

International Journal of
Computer Applications

Janua
ry2012

N.A.

0.821

N.A.

N.A.

S.A. Thorat

International Journal of
Computing Science
and Communication
Technologies

Janua
ry2011

N.A.

Sr.
Authors name
No.

4.

N.A.

Non SCI ISSN/


Impact ISBN
factor if
No.
any

N.A.

Publication data format for national and referred journal Year 2011-12 = 0

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Details of patents and income generated Nil

15.

Areas of consultancy and income generated


Table ER- CSE-18: Consultancy Firm
Sr.
No.

Consultancy Firm

Co-ordinator
Mr . S. J. Dhumal

1.

Networking Consultancy at sanglivaibhav


co operative society , Branch: Islampur
K.E Societys Industrial Training
Institute

Mr . S. J. Dhumal

Consultancy for employability skill_I.T


Literacy

16.

Income
Generated

2012

1000/-

Mr. A. S. Kaji
2013

25000/-

Mr. A. S. Kaji
Mr . S. J. Dhumal
2015

9000/-

Mr. A. S. Kaji

Faculty recharging strategies


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

18.

Year

Yoga Day on international yoga day June 21st, 2015


Going Good to great Workshop Aug 21st& 22nd 2015
Teachers Day Celebration
Birthday Celebration
Tea Club
Organizing many workshops for all faculty members each year which can
promote skill up gradation and make them informed of the current & emerging
teaching-learning methodologies.

Providing adequate infrastructure to upgrade knowledge and/or skills. Student


projects
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental
Table ER- CSE-19: Student projects
UG

Year

Sponsored %

In House %

2011-12

100

2012-13

100

2013-14

100

2014-15

20.16

79.84

2015-16

3.32

96.68

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Table ER- CSE-20: Student projects


PG
Year

Sponsored %

In House %

2011-12

100

2012-13

100

2013-14

100

2014-15

100

2015-16

17

83

percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries /


institutesTable ER- CSE-21: projects in collaboration with industries
Year

Total Number Of students

Percentage

2015-16

19

22.89

2014-15

14

16.66

2013-14

09
04

11.25
6.06

2012-13

19.

Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by


*
*
*

Faculty
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
Students Faculty
Table ER- CSE-22: Awards
Year

Awards/Rewards

i)

Prof.S.S.Patil (HOD, CSE) has been presented online Webinar on 25th


April 2014 at 3:30pm under IUCEE on paper at BVB Hubli conference on
"Technology Enhanced Teaching Learning using palm devices". Link
to
visit
webinar:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_b2kLnK_3Y&feature=youtu.be

ii)

Mr. AmolAdamuthe (Asst. Professor, CSE) and Rahul S. Injamuri (PG


Alumni M.Tech, 2014) received Best Paper Award for their research
paper entitled Forecasting Computational Technologies using Trend
Projection and Growth Curves in National Conference on Industrial
Engineering and Technology Management (NCIETM) during Oct 29
31, 2014 organized by National Institute of Industrial Engineering
(NITIE), Mumbai in association with Indian Institution of Industrial
Engineering (IIIE), Navi Mumbai and National Productivity Council
(NPC), New Delhi.

2014

2014

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Awards/Rewards

iii)
2014

iv)

2014

v)

vi)
2015

vii)
2015

Prof. S. S. Patil (HOD, CSE) and Prof. Khyamling A. Parane (Asst.


Professor) have presented IUCEE webinaron Friday, October 17, 2014
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM IST under Virtual Academy on Practical approach to
handle large classes: A case study for keeping sessions Live. The link for
webinar is : http://youtu.be/Q5vEyjnAObg
Department of CSE, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology,
Rajaramnagar, Sangli has been selected as a CUDA Teaching Center
2013 by NVIDIA Corporations. The NVIDIA Corporations has donated 5
high end CUDA capable GPUs and received a cash donation of US $2500.
Academic Year awarded: 2013-14
PI: Prof. Sandeep Mane, Assistant Professor, CSE, RIT
Mr.T.S.Kamble has been presented online Webinar on 21st Nov. 2014 at
3:30pm under IUCEE on paper at BVB Hubli conference on
" Innovative Teaching Approach: To transfer focus from teachers to
learners".
Mr. AmolAdamuthe (Asst. Professor, CSE) and RajendraGage(M.Tech-II,
CSE) received Best Paper Award for their research paper in IEEE
International Conference on Advanced computing &Communication
Systems (ICACCS), 5-7 Jan 2015, Coimbatore, India.
SSP,TSK,KAP,SRP,RJM this five faculty members got Bronz
partnership award
from Infosys under Campus Connect program in
2015.

Doctoral /Post-Doctoral Fellows: NIL

Table ER- CSE-23: Awards


*

Students

Year
2012-13
2012-13
2013-14

2014-15

2014-15
2014-15

Awards/Rewards
Mr.Mr. Shashikant Ghangare received 2nd Prize in Robotryst-2013 at National
Level event held at IIT Bombay
Mr.Vaibhav Maske S.Y.B. Tech student received 1st Prize at university level
Network security Workshop.
Jatan K. Malade of S.Y. B.Tech(CSE) Won zonal round of Indias biggest
networking championship at College Of Engineering, Pune and Selected for next
round of IBNC at IIT Delhi.
Ajinkya R. Raut , Shubham M. Bhosale, Akshay L. Nikam, Tushar N. Pawar, Kedar
S. Ambole of S,Y. B.Tech(CSE) secured Best fabrication award in RC aircraft
design, Fabrication and Flying competition organized By Aerotrix at RIT on 19th
sep.2014
Mohite Sneha,Shinde Sweta,Patil Namrata,Shingan Priyanka got First prize in
Innovation 2K15 project competition held at DACOE (Aher) college, Karad.
Mohite Sneha,Shinde Sweta,Patil Namrata,Shingan Priyanka received Third Prize
in Yasho Techfest - A National Level Technical Symposium held at YSPM college
Satara

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2014-15

2014-15

2014-15
2014-15
2015-16

20.

Awards/Rewards
Koli Sumit,Pawar sagar,Honmane Sangram,chavan Vikram received First prize in
Genius 2K15 project competition held at Dhananjay Mahadik group of Institutions
at Kagal,Kolhapur
Sandip
Nanaso Magar,Prashant Vaijanath Kamble,Amey Dnyanesh
Kulkarni,Chaitanya Hanumant Khatake received Second prize in Genius 2K15
paper presentation competition held at Dhananjay Mahadik group of Institutions at
Kagal,Kolhapur
Prashant Kumbharkar has won second prize in JIDNYASA15 on Industrial Problem
Solver Competition held at TKIT Warananagar
Chavan Supriya Suresh& Patil Aditi Dattatray received Best Paper Award
competition held at G. H. Raysoni college ,Wagholi,Pune.
Kunal D Sonawane, Prathamesh P. Kumbhar,Varad D. Choudhari.won First Prize in
expert Group CSE-IT-ENTC-Mechanical Event held at Walchand College of
Engineering, Sangli.

Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national


/ International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Table ER- CSE-24 : Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized
Year 2015-16
Sr.
No

Name of
Program

Workshop
Emerging trends
in data mining &
GIS (Under
TEQIP _II)

One Week
Workshop on
Parallel
algorithms &
Programming
(Under TEQIP
_II)

Big Data and


Hadoop
(Under TEQIP
_II)

Dr. J.V. Aghav ,


COE, Pune

Red Hat Linux

Mr. SachinNaik ,
Teritory Head , Red
Hat India
2) AshutoshBakre ,
Director
,UnnatiComputers

Resource Person
Mr. B.A. Tidke ,
HO.D. C.S.E. Flora
institute of tech.
Pune 2)Mr. S..S.
Kolekar , IIT
khargpur
Academicians and
industry experts
with experience in
design and
development of
parallel algorithms
and programming
for research and
development.

Organized
by

Dat
e

Organized
for Student /
Faculty

Funding
Agency

RIT CSE
Ms. A. R.
Jakhale

26/2
70615

Students (22 )
& Faculty
(10)

TEQIP _II

RIT CSE
Mr. S. U.
Mane

18th
23rd
Mar
ch
201
6

Students (22 )
& Faculty
(10)

TEQIP _II.

RIT CSE
Mr. A. A.
Powar

25/0
8/20
15

M. Tech.
Students ( 18)

TEQIP _II

RIT CSE

12/0
9/20
15

Students (60)

TEQIP

Mr. S. R.
Poojara

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Table ER- CSE-25: Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized


Year 2014-15
Sr
.
N
o

Name of Program

Resource
Person

1.

Two week ISTE


workshop on Cyber
Security

Prof. Bernard
Menezes&
Prof.
Shivkumar,
IIT, Bombay

2.

Two week ISTE


workshop on
Computer Network

Mr. K.
A.
Parane

3.

Workshop on Cloud
computing &
virtualization

Mr. S.
R.
Poojara

Organiz
ed by

Date

Organized
for Student /
Staff

Funding
Agency

Faculties

TEQIP _II

10/07/2014
Mr. R.
to
J.
Mandale 20/07/2014

TEQIP
20 June
2014 to 24
June 2014

Students
& Faculty

TEQIP

Table ER- CSE-26 : Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized


Year 2013-14
S
r.
N
o.

Name of Program

Resource Person

Mr.
AnimeshJaipurkar
,

1.

Workshop on
Mobipreneur (Android
workshop)
TECHUNT 2013 is a
National hunt for
India's Student
Entrepreneur of the
Year and workshop
series jointly hosted by
Nurture Talent
Academy and
Computer Society of
India, Pune

2.

One Day Workshop on


Employment Exercise
Readiness

3.

Technical event
Technosphere 2k14

Nurture Talent
Academy Private
Limited,
508, Suneja
Tower1,
Janakpuri District
Center, New
Delhi
Mr. MandarApte
Director, New
Indictrans
Technologies Pvt
Ltd. Pune.
Mr.
VishweshSatapute
, Skynet Secure
Salutation,

Organized
Funding
for Student /
Agency
Staff

Organize
d by

Date

Ms. R. M.
Pandharp
atte

07 Sept &
8 Sept
2013

Students &
Faculty

Mr. R. J.
Mandale

17th
August
2013

Students

Mr. A. S.
Mali

22nd and
23rdFeb,
2014

Students

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CSI

TEQIP

270

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S
r.
N
o.

Name of Program

Resource Person

Organized
Funding
for Student /
Agency
Staff

Organize
d by

Date

Mr. D. V.
Mirajkar

22ndFeb,
2014

Students

Prof. D.
V.
Mirajkar

22-23
March
2014

Students

Mr. S. S.
Patil

05 April
2014

Students +
faculty

Mumbai

4.

The workshop on
Ethical Hacking and
Cyber Security

5.

Workshop on Network
Security

6.

Workshop on Latex
effective documents
writing

Mr.
VishweshSatpute,
MandarShivapurk
ar and Ganesh
Mane from
Skynet Secure
Solution,
Mumbai.
IIT, Delhi &
Network Bulls,
Delhi
Ms R. M.
Pandharpatte, RIT
Rajaramnagar

CSI

TEQIP
TEQIP

Table ER- CSE-27 : Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized


Year 2012-13
S
r
.
N
o

Name of Program

One day workshop


1. on Use of open
source web tool

Mr. T. Anand,
Knewron
Technologies,
Pune
Mr. Yogesh
Baber
Dr. P. K.
Brahmankar, Dr.
P. J. Kulkarni &
Dr. S. M.
Shiyekar

Organized
by

Date

Organized
Funding
for Student /
Agency
Staff

Mr. R. J.
Mandale

08 09 Sept
2012

Students

TEQIP

Mr. D. V.
Mirajkar

02-03
March 2013

Students /
Staff

TEQIP

Mr. S. U.
Mane

14-15 April
2013

PG
Students &
Faculties

IIT Bombay

Mr. D. N.
Babu

21-31 May
2013

Faculty

RIT

Mr. R. J.
Mandle

Workshop on Aakash
RIT
Android Application

Mr. S. S.
Patil

08-09 Sept
2012
23rd to 24th
February.
&
2nd to 3rd
March
2013
25 June to
4th July
2012

Two days workshop


on Booting
Two days FDP on
writing effective
3. research papers &
proposal (Under
TEQIP- II)
ISTE Workshoop on
4. Database
Management System
2.

5. Technosphere

6.

Resource
Person

Introduction to
7. Research
Methodology

IIT Bombay

Mr. S. U.
Mane

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, Dist. Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

Students

Students

Faculty

271

TEQIP

TEQIP
CSI

CSI

TEQIP

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Table ER- CSE-28 : Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized


Year 2011-12
Sr.
No

1.

2.

3.

21.

Name of Program
Expert Lecture on
Mobile
Computing &
Linux
Skill
Enhancements for
Non-Teaching staff
in Engineering
Colleges
National
Conference on
Algorithms &
Intelligent
Systems

Organized
Funding
for Student /
Agencies
Staff

Resource
Person

Organized
by

Date

Mr. Sachin
Pathak
iMCT, Pune

Mr. S. M.
Jawahire.

25/07/2011

Students

TEQIP

CSE, IT &
ETC Dept

04-07-2011
To
08-07-2011

Non
Teaching
Staff

TEQIP

Mr. A. C.
Admuthe

3rd&4th
February
2012

Staff

TEQIP

RIT

Student profile course-wise:


Table ER- CSE-29 : Student profile
Selected

Pass percentage

Name of the
Course
(refer question no. 2)

Applications
received

2011-12

65

37

28

50

22

2012-13

63

35

28

32

31

2013-14

63

35

28

25

34

2014-15

64

45

19

48

33

2015-16

63

34

29

---

---

Male

Female

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Diversity of Students
Table ER- CSE-30 : Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
(refer question
no. 2)
2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

23.

UG

% of
students
from the
college
--

% of
students
from the
state
100

% of
students
from other
States
-

% of
students
from other
countries
-

PG

34

100

Ph.d

NA

NA

NA

NA

UG

--

100

PG

22

100

Ph.d

NA

NA

NA

NA

UG

--

100

PG

--

100

Ph.d

NA

NA

NA

NA

UG

--

98

PG

28

100

Ph.d

NA

NA

NA

NA

UG

--

96.83

3.17

PG

22

100

Ph.d

NA

NA

NA

NA

Name of the
Program

How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Table ER- CSE-31 : Competitive exam
Competitive Exam(UG+PG))
Year

Civil
Services

Defense
Services

2011-12

NIL

NIL

2012-13

03

2013-14

NET

SLET

Gate

CAT/CMAT

NA

NA

04

NIL

NIL

NA

NA

00

NIL

02

NIL

NA

NA

03

NIL

2014-15

NIL

NIL

NA

NA

06

08

2015-16

NIL

NIL

NA

NA

07

05

Total

05

20

13

00

NA

NA

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24.

Student progression
Table ER- CSE-32 : student progression
Progression % against enrolled

25.

Employed UG+PG
Campus
Off
Selection
Campus
15.58
57.14

Year

UG
to
PG

PG to
M.Phil.

PG to
Ph.D

Ph.D. to
PostDoctoral

2012-13

NA

NIL

NIL

2013-14

11

NA

NIL

NIL

5.81

54.65

NIL

2014-15

19

NA

NIL

NIL

42.85

20.77

01

Entrepre
neurs
01

Diversity of staff
Table ER- CSE-33 :Diversity of staff
Year

2011-12

Percentage of faculty who are graduates


from other
from other
of the same
universities
universities from
parent university
within the State
other States
31.57%
52.63%
15.78%

2012-13

11.11%

66.66%

27.77%

2013-14

6.25%

56.25%

37.50%

2014-15

11.76%

64.70%

23.52%

2015-16

25%

62.50%

12.50%

26.

Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
NIL

27.

Present details about infrastructural facilities


a) Library
Table ER- CSE-34 : infrastructural facilities
Room
Description

Department
Library

No.
of
Rooms

01

Usage

Shared
/Exclusive

Capacity

Rooms
Equipped with
PC, internet,
Etc.

For students
and Faculty

Exclusive

30 sq. m.

YES

b) Internet facilities for staff and students


Lease Line : 100Mbps
ISP: BSNL ,Wi-fi enabled Campus
c) Total number of class rooms
There are 3 class rooms each measuring approximately 66sq.m each.

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d) Class rooms with ICT facility


3 class rooms are equipped with ICT facility
e) Students laboratories
Table ER- CSE-34 : Students laboratories
Sr.
No

Name
of
Labor
atorie
s

Avail
able
Area
(Sq.
mt.)

Major Equipment

Software

75

DELL Optiplex 3010 : Dt- i5 Intel Core i5


3470 Processor 3.20 Ghz, 6 Keyboard,
Mouse, 18.5" widescreen LED Monitor,
Windows License, - 20 Nos, Online UPS
(Power Bank, 6000 Liebert Make),
Network Switch : D Link 24 Port DGS -2
Nos, Wireless Access Point
: Dual
radio 11aban 2X2:2 MIMO

Operating System -Linux


Server (7.2) Professional,
Mandrake Linux 10.0,
Microsoft Windows
Server EEnterprise 2008
SNGL OLP Academic,
Windows Pro8 : windows
pro8 SNGL OLP
Academic Upgrade FQC06437-20 users

66

Dell Optiplex 360 (C2D 2.9/ 2GB/ 250 GB


HDD/ DVDRW/) Intel Core 2 Deo E7500
(2.93 Ghz, 3 MB 1, Monitor/BTD
Cabinet- 20 Nos., , 4 KVA Online With
3x12v 74 AH Batteries, UPS, UGXT 300
LBMT LIBERT UPS HP Laserjet MFP
1136, Print Scan Copy, Laptop, Dell
Vostro 3400 Laptop,
(CI3/2.4/2GB/320/DRW), Network Switch
: D Link 24 Port Switch

Oracle 9i, 5 User License,


Enlitor 3.0 - 50 User
License 1 CD Microsoft
Windows 2000 Service
Pack 2 (01 No. of CD),
Microsoft Windows 2000
server (01 No. of CD),
Simulator : Institutional
Package : Espoir Smart
Interview Simulator CDS2

UG Laboratories

Linux
Labor
atory

Datab
ase
Labor
atory

Projec
t
Labor
atory

75

Applic
ation
develo

66

Dell Computers: Dell Optiplex 3020 MT,


Intel Core I 5-4570 Processor Quad Core
with Mini tower, HD Graphics, 4 GB 1
DiMM Non EDD, 500 GB HDD, Monitor
19 = 10 Nos,
Dell Computers,
Dell Optiplex 360 (C2D 2.9/ 2GB/ 250 GB
HDD/ DVDRW Intel Core 2 Deo, E7500,
(2.93 GHz, 2 GB DDR 2 SD RAM, HDD
250 GB =17 Nos, Wipro I value Series
Desktop With Intel Core 2 Duo E-4500 2.2
GHz Processor =08 Nos, OHP Liberty
vision 285 portable, Network Switch, DLink 24 Port=02 Nos, Web Cam=03 Nos
Finger Print Scanner=01 Projector Epson
EB X03 2=01 Printer LaserJet , HP LJ
3020 Wireless Access Point=01
Dell Computers: Dell Optiplex 3020 MT,
Intel Core I 5-4570 Processor Quad Core
with Mini tower, 500 GB HDD, Monitor

Rational S/W Media - 3


CDs, 10 User Licenses 1) ,
Microsoft Office Pro Plus
2010, SNGL OLP NL Aca
79P 03527 4- Qty,
Windows Pro 8.1 SNGL
OLP Academic Upgrade
Paper License-10 user
Adobe Photoshop Element
Ver 3.0

Windows NT Server With


10 Clients, Microsoft
Visual Studio .net Pro AE

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Sr.
No

Name
of
Labor
atorie
s

Avail
able
Area
(Sq.
mt.)

pment
Tool
Labor
atory

Operat
ing
Syste
m
Labor
atory

Web
Devel
opmen
t Tool
Labor
atory

66

Netwo
rk
Labor
atory

66

Total

66

Major Equipment

19", Dell Optical Mouse & USB KeyBoard


=10 Nos.,
Dell Optiplex 745, Intel
Pentium IV Process Dual Core (3.4 GHz,
2x2MB L2 Cache, 800 MHz FSB,
EM64T) , 1 =06 Nos, Nikon Digital
camera Model- S-4300 6x Optical
Zoom,16 Mega Pixel., Projector Epson EB
X03=01 OHP: Over Head Projector,
Liberty Vision 285 Portable Web
Camera=01 Network Switch: Dlink 24
Port=01 UPS : 4 KVA Online
Dell Computers: Dell Optiplex 3020 MT,
Intel Core I 5-4570 Processor Quad Core
with Mini tower, HD Graphics, 4 GB 1
DiMM Non EDD, 500 GB HDD, Monitor
19", =10 Nos, Dell Computers: Dell
Optiplex 745, Intel Pentium IV Process
Dual Core (3.4 GHz, 2x2MB L2 Cache,
800 MHz FSB, EM64T) =09Nos, UPS:
S420D, LIBERT UPS, Model, Wipro
Computers: Wipro I value Series Desktop
With Intel Core 2 Duo E-4500 2.2 GHz
Processor=07 Nos, Digital IC Trainer=03,
Printer :
HP Laserjet=01
Dell Computers: Dell Computers: Dell
Optiplex 3020 MT, Intel Core I 5-4570
Processor Quad Core with Mini tower =20
Nos, Dell Server, AS-PE 2950 (TM)
Power Edge, Intel Xeon 5410 (2.0 GHz, 2
X 6 MB L2 Cache, 1066 MHz FSB)
IBM AIX Server:
(A) P 5 Server
Sr. No. 06-1FBEA, 73 GB SCSI Disk, 1
GB RAM, GXI 135 D Graphics, P5 P
Dell Optiplex3020 MT ,Quad core 3.30 i5
Processor 4GB 16Mhz DDR3 Memory,500
GB SATA HD, optical Disk Drive.18.5 FT
monitor

Software

Full Pack (9 CDs),


Camtasia Studio
Academic,
Software: Windows Pro
8.1 SNGL OLP Academic
Upgrade FQC-08173
Paper License-10 User

Red Hat Enterprise Linux


ES 4 Basic Corporate
Training Program For 15
Members, RHCE, Swift
Applying ImaginationsSangli SGS 2.0, 50 Client
License Pack, Comp Engg.
Software:
Novell
Netware 6.5 (7 Nos of
CDs), Quick Heal
Antivirus Endpoint
Security. 160 Users, for 3
Year Batch
Foss Lab Server Harddisk,
Software : Microsoft
Office STD2013 SNGL
OLP NL Academic 02110234 Paper License
(Include Output VAT
@5%)

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f) Research laboratories
Table ER- CSE-35 : PG Laboratories
PG Laboratories

Sr.
No

28.

Name
of
Labor
atorie
s

Available
Area
(Sq.mt.)

Major Equipment

66

Dell Optiplex- 980 MT( Ci5


3.2/2GB/320/DRW/3 Year) Intel Core
(I5-650 3.2 Ghz, 4MB) Integrated Intel 657
=20, UPS : Renutron 3 KVA Online Capacity:
3 KVA/72 V DC, Pure Sine wave Micro
controller based with build in isolation
Transformer, O/p Power factor 0.8, I/P- 150300 V AC Warranty- 3 Years

--------

66

DELL COMPUTERS : Dell Optiplex- 3010


(Ci5/3.20/4GB/500/DRW/3Yr = 20 Nos,
Supermicro GPGPU Workstation: CSE- HDD1 TB SATA (TSB) DVD R/W SATA, SNKP0050AP4 X 2 CBL-080L,KBD & Mouse,
Mouse, Monitor-24" Laptop HP Envy 15 K
203 TX Sr. No. 5CD4485C75 with Bag Pack
Laptop HP Envy 15 K 203 TX
Sr. No.
5CD4485C76 with Bag Pack

WINDOWS PRO
8 : SNGL OLP
Academic
Upgrade FQC06437 Paper
License (VAT @
5% Included)

Projec
t Lab

High
Perfor
mance
Comp
uting
Lab

Software

Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.


Table ER- CSE-36 : financial assistance from College
Year
2011-12

29.

TEQIP Teaching
Assistant (T.A.)
NIL

Commutative Fund
NIL

Earning &
Learning
NIL

2012-13

NIL

NIL

2013-14

NIL

NIL

2014-15

NIL

NIL

2015-16

NIL

Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
No new Program has started since last three years

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30.

Does the department obtain feedback from


a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how
does the department utilize it?
The faculty of each department designs a curriculum with lot of brain storming
and deliberations. Critical planning, curriculum development workshops, analysis
of feedback reports received by the department from various stake-holders
(especially from industries and alumni), discussions on graduate attributes etc.
take place before a new course is framed and implemented. Proposed
curriculum by the department committee is discussed with BOS /DAB member.
Any suggestions by BOS/DAB are modified. Modified curriculum is send
to Academic committee for approval. After approval by Academic Committee, the
curriculum is published on the Intranet for implementation; else it goes back to
BoS for further modification.
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same?
Students feedback on teaching learning is obtained once in a Semester both
online and offline way. The feedback is calculated & analyzed with appropriate
counseling is provided to improve the Hitches found any with the individual
Faculty, the response of the implementation is very good.
c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Alumni and employers feedback forms are taken once in a year in the alumni meet
and whenever they visit the institute, the response is healthy. The feedback gets
analyzed and placed before the BOS of the department for suitable modifications
in curriculum.

31.

List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)


Table ER- CSE-36 : alumni
Sr.No

Name

Designation

1.

Mr.Gaurav Shah

Founder &Principal Consultant, Initeron, Pune

2.

Mr. Tahir Mulani

Consultant, CapGemini, Pune

3.

Mr.PavanKawade

System Engineer, TCS, Mumbai

4.

Mr. Anil ShivajiGhatage

Manager, Cognizant, Pune

5.

Mr. ShahabajDange

Entrepreneur, W3cab Solution

6.

Mr. TSagarDeokar

Mainframe Developer, Pune

7.

Mr. BadshahMulla

Assistant Professor, Govt. Poly. Tasgaon

8.

Mr. Vikramsinh D. Patil

Development Officer, LIC

9.

Mr. Prashant D. Moon

Researcher, Quick Heal

10.

Mr. Rahul Desai

ITA, TCS, Pune

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32.

Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /


seminar) with external experts.

One Week Workshop on Parallel algorithms & Programming organized on


18th-23rdMarch 2016.

One Day workshop on Open Source Technology &RedHat Certification


organized on 6th Jan 2016

One Day workshop on Open Stack Development organized on 28April 2016

One Day workshop on RedHat Open stack organized on 28th Jan 2016

One Day workshop on PHP & MySQL organized on 9th April 2016

One Day workshop on Developing Programming Skills with Practical


organized on 24th Oct 2015

Guest Lecture on Preparation for MPSC/UPSC on 9th April 2016

One Week Workshop on Advanced Android Application Development


organized on 1- 5th April 2015.

Two Days Workshop on Basics of Android organized on 31st Jan 1st Feb.
2015.

Two Days Workshop on Hadoop& Big data Analytics organized on 28th Feb
1st March 2015.

One Week workshop on cloud computing & virtualization organized from 2024th June 2014.

Workshop on Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security was conducted on 22nd


February 2014 by Mr. VishweshSatpute, Mr. MandarShivapurkar, and Mr.
Ganesh Mane from Skynet Secure Solution, Mumbai.

Workshop on Network Security by IIT Delhi organized on 22-23rd March 2014.

Workshop on Latex-Effective Documents Writing organized on 5th April 2014.

Technical event Technosphere 2k14 on 22nd and 23rd Feb. 2014 in association
with ComputerSociety of India Students Branch, Pune Chapter and Lead College
Scheme, Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

A Guest Lecture on .Net Technology and web Development organized on 11th


Oct. 2013

TECHUNT 2013 is a national hunt for Indias Student Entrepreneurs of the year
and workshop series jointly hosted by Nurture Talent Academy and Computer
society of India, Pune organized on 7-8th Sept. 2013.

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Workshop on mobipeneur (Android Workshop) organized from 7-8th Sept. 2013.

One day Workshop on Employment Exercise Readiness organized on 7th Aug.


2013.
ISTE workshop on Cyber Security under the National Mission on Education
through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India)

33.

List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
1. Students are encouraged to use and refer books/Paper of international standards.
2. MOODLE server is used as learning resource system.
3. Arrangement of Expert Lectures / Seminars on current trends and technologies
4. Usage of interactive / LCD projectors, media, charts, models, presentations,
videos, other, etc.
5. Learning through digital learning resources such as NPTEL etc.
6. Webinars sessions by the experts to the students
7. Blended MOOCS

34.

How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met
and learning outcomes monitored?
A. Attainment of Program Objectives (termed as Program Educational
Objectivesin our terminology)
Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe the career and
professional accomplishments that the program is preparing graduates to achieve.
It expects its graduates to be able to accomplish within three-to-five years from
graduation .The educational objectives reflect the application of what the
curriculum has taught once the student has had time to contextualize his or her
undergraduate education.Program Educational Objectives of Computer Science
and Engineering Department are as below:
Graduates of the Computer Engineering Technology Program will:
1. Graduates will utilize their expertise to solve engineering and social problems.
2. Graduate will be prepared for their careers in development, architects, IT
consultant, system/network administrators.
3. Graduate will have the background and perspective necessary to pursue higher
studies and to become entrepreneur.
4. Graduates will function in their profession with social awareness and
responsibility.

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Assessment Methods for PEO

Direct
From PO Attainment (direct) using PO-PEO mapping

Indirect
 Alumni Survey
 Employer Survey
 Higher Studies
 Gate Scorer

Achievement of PEOs are calculated using the above tools.The direct assessment
tool which uses class performance as an assessment method which is mapped with
the Pos . The correlation of PEO and PO is then used to calculate attainment of
PEOs . In the Indirect assessment, we will be using Placement Record, Higher
Studies Record, GATE Score, and Alumni Survey. All the Indirect assessment
tools have equal weightage for its calculations. In the overall attainment, a weight
of 0.7 is given to direct assessment while 0.3 is assigned to indirect assessment.

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B. Attainment of Program Outcomes:


Learning Outcomes are statements that describe significant and essential learning
that learners have achieved, and can reliably demonstrate at the end of a course or
program. Learning outcomes identify what the learner will know and be able to
do by the end of a course or program the essential and enduring knowledge,
abilities (skills) and attitudes (values, dispositions) that constitute the integrated
learning needed by a graduate of a course or program.
At the end of this program graduate should be able to:
1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and computer
engineering to solve complex engineering problems.
2. Identify, formulate and analyze real world problems to reach substantial
conclusions using computer science and engineering concepts.
3. Attain proficiency in analyzing data and designing solutions to the problems.
4. Demonstrate principles and practices for software design and development.
5. Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering tools to
complex engineering activities.
6. Demonstrate the knowledge to solve contemporary issues using contextual
knowledge.
7. Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and
environmental contexts.
8. Demonstrate professional skills and ethics.
9. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams
and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communicate effectively in written and oral form in professional and societal
context.
11. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management
principles.
12. Upgrade the knowledge and skills through continuous learning and higher studies.
Assessment Method for PO:
Direct assessment
1. Exams
2. Assignments
3. Projects
4. Tutorials
5. Lab work
6. Project Exhibition
7. Seminar Presentations.
8. Quizzes and online tests.

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Indirect Assessment
1. Alumni survey
2. Employer survey
3. Course end survey
4. Technical competitions
5. Extra and Co-curricular Activities

These POs emphasize on acquiring knowledge (Basic, domain and related


engineering sciences), developing skills (professional and technical), and imbibing
positive attitude. The attainment of POs related with knowledge is assessed through
attainment ofcourse outcomes (COs of each course are mapped to POs) using tools of
direct assessment and indirect assessment. Feedback from Alumni and Employers is
taken by the department through Training & Placement and Alumni cell the
suggestions given are incorporated in curriculum during BOS meeting. At the end of
course feedback is taken from students about course content and discussed in BOS
meeting. Outcomes are incorporated in curriculum

A sample course outcome report generated after End-Semester Examination based on


the analysis of question paper is as follows.
This survey is being carried out for the purpose of obtaining learners

feedback to

evaluate the achievement/attainment level of objectives and outcomes of the course.


The survey is helpful to improve quality of the course and the programme.
Class -: SY B. Tech
Semester: III

Programme -:UG

Name of the Teacher: Mr. Khyamling A. Parane


Course Name and Code: Microprocessor Lab (CS2531)

Course Outcomes (CO):

1. Demonstrate different types of gates


2. Apply the principles of Boolean algebra to manipulate and minimize logical expressions
3. Apply the knowledge of tools and techniques used by practicing engineers to design, implement and
microprocessor-based systems
4. Describe the architecture of microprocessor and its peripheral devices

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5. Design flowchart and use programming techniques to develop the assembly language progra
microprocessor system
CES Questionnaires

1. Have you understood the use of logic gates for building real time applications like
burglar alarm, push-button lock and automatic watering system?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Strongly Disagree(1)
Disagree(2)
Neutral(3)
Agree(4)
Strongly agree(5)

2. Have you Identified and recognize the importance of logic gates for designing the
processor?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Strongly Disagree(1)
Disagree(2)
Neutral(3)
Agree(4)
Strongly agree(5)

3. Have you acquired knowledge of Boolean algebra and mathematics to minimize the
Boolean expression?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Strongly Disagree(1)
Disagree(2)
Neutral(3)
Agree (4)
Strongly agree(5)

4. Are you understood the use of Boolean expression for designing the logical circuit?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Strongly Disagree(1)
Disagree(2)
Neutral(3)
Agree (4)
Strongly agree(5)

5. Are you able to design, debug and analyze half adder, full adder, Flip-flop and 4-bit
counter use of Digital IC trainer Kite tool?
a. Strongly Disagree(1)
b. Disagree(2)
c. Neutral(3)
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d. Agree (4)
e. Strongly agree(5)
6.
Are you able to implement, compile and run assembly language
programming use of GNUSim8085 simulation tool?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Strongly Disagree(1)
Disagree(2)
Neutral(3)
Agree (4)
Strongly agree(5)

7. Are you understood the significance of central processing unit in 8085 microprocessor?
a. Strongly Disagree(1)
b. Disagree(2)
c. Neutral(3)
d. Agree (4)
e. Strongly agree(5)
8. Are you able to understand the concept of interrupt signals, addressing modes and
multiplexing?
a. Strongly Disagree(1)
b. Disagree(2)
c. Neutral(3)
d. Agree (4)
e. Strongly agree(5)
9. Are you able write assembly language code for FIBONACCI series ascending order
sorting and descending order sorting?
a. Strongly Disagree(1)
b. Disagree(2)
c. Neutral(3)
d. Agree (4)
e. Strongly agree(5)
10. Do you think, whether the assembly language programming skill required for
implementing Acorn RISC Machine?
a. Strongly Disagree(1)
b. Disagree(2)
c. Neutral(3)
d. Agree (4)
e. Strongly agree(5)
In the department meeting, discussed attainment of Course Outcome for all UG & PG.
Any gap between expected and attained level is analyzed and the corrective action for
the subsequent delivery of such courses is decided. Regular checks of curriculum
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delivery, teaching-learning, assessment are carried out while HoD of the department
ensures the monitoring of all academic activities throughout the semester with the
help of class coordinators. The academic calendar prepared by Dean Academics office
is strictly followed.
35.

Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.


1. Faculty is given complete freedom to attend various programs, industrial trainings,
workshops, seminars which helps them to upgrade their knowledge and share it
with the students.
2. Most of the faculties are carrying out research projects funded by various agencies
like TEQIP,SEED etc.
3. IUCEE Speed Chapter
4. CSI Chapter
5. Global Certification Programs
6. QEEE

36.

Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department.


1. Department is constantly involve in doing various trainings for students such as
technical , general and soft skill trainings, Workshops, Guest Lectures.
2. Seminars are arranged to Build and improve the global skills of the students and to
make them aware of emerging technology.
3. IUCEE Speed Chapter
4. CSI Chapter
5. Global Certification Programs
6. QEEE

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37.

38.

State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other


agencies. Give details.
Table ER- CSE-36 : Accreditation details
Date of Application available
in the file
12/09/2007

Name of the program

Status of Accreditation

UG-CSE

NBA For 3 years

26/08/2013

UG-CSE

NBA for 2 years

Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of


the department
Strength
Accredited by NBA twice .
Industry orientation programs.
Qualified Faculties with post-graduation degrees.
Well equipped Laboratories with state of the art infrastructure
Weakness
Interaction with Industry
Inability to attract larger research projects.
Placements in core industries.
Students project qualities.
Opportunities
TEQUIP Funds
Young & Dynamic Faculties
Challenges
Improving Interaction with Industries
R&D research Projects
To inculcate interdisciplinary project culture
Special Efforts on Preparing industry ready students
Collaborations with International companies

39.

Future plans of the department.

To establish center of excellence in various emerging technologies


Organize Global Certification Programs to bridge gap between industry
requirement and Academics
Reinforce research culture among faculties and students.
Escalate student placement in reputed Companies
To mend professional skill sets in students.

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Evaluative Report of Electrical Engineering Department


1.

Name of the Department & its year of establishment


Department of Electrical Engineering, established in year 2004.

2.

Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated


Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Table ER- EE-01: Names of Programmes / Courses offered
Programme of Study

Courses

UG

B.Tech - Electrical Engineering

PG

M.Tech Electrical Power Systems

Table ER- EE-02: Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:


Theory Courses
S .No.

Interdisciplinary Courses

Departments

Environmental Science

Engineering Mathematics III

Corporate Ethics

Industrial Organization and Management

Analog Electronics

Science and Humanities Department


MBA Department
Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering

Table ER- EE-03: Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved


Laboratory Courses:
S. No.
Interdisciplinary Courses
1 Professional Skills Development-I

Departments
Science and Humanities
Department

Professional Skills Development-II

Digital Electronics Lab

Analog Electronics Lab

Proficiency in technical communication

Electronics and
Telecommunication Engineering

3.

Annual/ semester/choice based credit system : Semester Based Credit System

4.

Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments Table ER- EE-04: Theory Courses:
S. No.

Name of the Course

Department

Basic Electrical Engineering

Science and Humanities Department

Electrical Technology

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Technology

Automobile Engineering

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Table ER- EE-05: Laboratory Courses :


S.No

5.

Name of the Course

Department

Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory

Science and Humanities Department

Electrical Technology Laboratory

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical Technology Laboratory

Automobile Engineering

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/


Asst. Professors)
Table ER- EE-06: Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
15-16

Post
Professor
s
Asso
Prof.
Asst.
Prof.

6.

14-15

Filled

13-14

12-13

15-16

14-15

13-14

12-13

U
G

P
G

U
G

P
G

U
G

P
G

U
G

P
G

UG

P
G

U
G

P
G

U
G

P
G

U
G

P
G

1
2

12

1
2

1
2

6/9

6/8

6/7

6/8

Faculty profile (with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.


/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,))
Table ER- EE-07: Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization 2015-16
Sr.
No.

Name of
Faculty

Designat
ion

Quali
ficatio
n

Experie
nce
in
Years

Specili
zation

Nature of
appointm
ent

Mr. Jadhav
Himmat
Tukaram

Associate
Professor

M.E.
Electri
cal

20

Power
System

Permanent

Mr. Thorat
Arun Rajaram

Assistant
Professor

ME
Electri
cal

10

Power
System

Permanent

Mrs. Bhosale
Yogini Nilesh

Assistant
Professor

B.E.
Electri

10

Power
System

Permanent

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University
Approval No. Date
Lecture I-F.101T.3-3777Dt. 12-7-1996
Asst. Prof. AffiT.5-Satam-1953
Dt.-18-5-2010
Asst. Prof. Affi.
T.3 -AAS-10711634 Dt.18-022012.
Asst. Prof.Affi-T.5-Satam10828
Dt.-1-1-2010
Asst. Prof-AffiT.5-Sstam-8792
Dt.22-10-2010
SU-Affi-T.5AAS-6477
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Sr.
No.

Name of
Faculty

Designat
ion

Quali
ficatio
n

Experie
nce
in
Years

Specili
zation

Nature of
appointm
ent

cal

University
Approval No. Date
Dt.12-10-2012

M.
Tech
4

Mr. Islavatvu
Srikanth
Ramudu

Assistant
Professor

Mr. VRSV
Bharat
Pulavarthi

Assistant
Professor

Mr. Metri
Rajanikant
Adrashappa

Assistant
Professor

Mr. Bhattar
Chandrakant
Laxman

Assistant
Professor

8
9

10

11

12
13

Ms. More
Kalpana Kisan
Mr.Gujalwar
Namdeo
Satyawan
Mr.Bamane
Pradeep
Dnyandev
Mr.
Omshekhar
Indela
Mr. Sonattake
Sunil Shrikant
Mr. Babar
Arvind
Bapurao

M.
Tech

04

Control
System

Permanent

SU-Affi-T.5AAS-7182Dt.05-11-2012

06

Control
System

Permanent

SU-Affi-T.5AAS-6477
Dt.12-10-2012

05

Control
System

Permanent

SU-Affi-T.5AAS-6477
Dt.12-10-2012

05

Power
System

Permanent

SU-Affi-T.5AAS-7182Dt.05-11-2012

04

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

Assistant
Professor

B.E.
Electri
cal M.
Tech
B.E.
Electri
cal
M.
Tech
M.
Tech
Electri
cal
M.
Tech

Assistant
Professor

M.Tec
h

01

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

Assistant
Professor

M.Tec
h

01

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

01

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

20+5

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

11+4

Electron
ics

Adhoc

Management
order

12.5

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

01

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

01

Power
System

Adhoc

Management
order

Assistant
Professor

M.
Tech
Energ
y
Syste
m
M.
Tech

Assistant
Professor

B.E
Electri
cal

Assistant
Professor

14

Mr. Papani
Sharathkumar

Assistant
Professor

15

Mr.
Somshekhar
Durgappa
Melinamani

Assistant
Professor

16

Mr. Porwal
Deepak

Assistant
Professor

M.
Tech
Power
Syste
m
M.
Tech
Power
Energ
y
M.
Tech

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Sr.
No.

17

7.

Name of
Faculty

Mr. Rao
Mayuresh
Narhari

Designat
ion

Quali
ficatio
n

Assistant
Professor

M.Tec
h
Power
System

Experie
nce
in
Years

Specili
zation

Power
System

03

Nature of
appointm
ent

University
Approval No. Date

Permanent

Asst. Prof. SUPG


Affi/T.3/BSP
13160 dated
26/02/2015

Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise information


Table ER- EE-08: Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty
Programme of
Study

B. Tech - Electrical Engineering


Electronics Engineering
M. Tech - Electrical Power Systems

UG
PG

8.

Percentage of Class taken


by Temporary Faculty

Courses

Nil
Nil

Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio


B. Tech. (Electrical Engineering)
x = Sanctioned Intake Strength in 2nd year of the program
y = Sanctioned Intake Strength in 3rd year of the program
z = Sanctioned Intake Strength in 4th year of the program
STR = Total Number of students (x+y+z) / Total Staff members
Table ER- EE-09: Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Academic Year

x+y+z

Total Staff

STR

2015-2016

76

88

75

239

17

14.05

2014-2015

81

65

76

222

18

12.33

2013-2014

74

70

95

239

19

12.58

2012-2013

M. Tech. Electrical Power Systems


A = Sanctioned Intake Strength in 1st year of the program
B= Sanctioned Intake Strength in 2nd year of the program
Academic year
Year
2015-2016

A+B

Total Staff

18

18

18

12

2014-2015

18

18

36

12

2013-2014

18

18

36

12

2012-2013

18

18

36

12

STR

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9.

Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned


and filled
Table ER- EE-10: Number of academic support staff
Academic Year

Support staff (Technical)


Sanctioned

Administrative staff

Filled

Sanctioned

Filled

2015-2016

--

03+01

--

1+2

2014-2015

--

03+01

--

1+2

2013-2014

--

03+01

--

1+2

2012-2013

--

03+01

--

1+2

10. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and
grants received project-wise.
Table ER- EE-11: Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Level of Name of the
Title of the project
Funding
Faculty
Enhancement of power
Prof. C. L. quality using DVR at
RIT R&D
Bhattar
utility level power
supply
Theoretical Analysis
and performance of
Prof. A. R. ZVS & ZCS DC-DC
RIT R&D
Thorat
converter for high
step-up and high
power application
Prof. M.
Solar based MPPT
RIT R&D
N. Rao
charger.
Design and
development of
Prof. A. R.
RIT R&D
cascade multilevel
Thorat
inverter with reduced
no. of switches.

Funding
agencies

Grant
received
in Rs

Period

Status

TEQIPI

1,50,000

2013-14

Complet
ed

TEQIPI

36,000

2013-14

Complet
ed

RIT

20,000

2014-15

Complet
ed

TEQIPII

45,000

2015-16

Ongoing

11. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
NIL
12. Research facility / centre with
* state recognition
* national recognition
* international recognition
NIL

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13. Publications:
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
Table ER- EE-12: Faculty Publications:
Sr.
No
1

Prof. H. T. Jadhav

International
Journal
8

Prof. H. P. Inamdar

Prof A. R. Thorat

Prof. Y. N. Bhosale

Prof. C. L. Bhattar

Prof. K. U. Jadhav

Prof. VSRV Bharath

Prof. R. A. Metri

Prof. P. S. Kumar

10

Prof. K. K. More

11.

Prof. M. N. Rao

Name

International
Conference
28

National
Journal
1

National
Conference
1

15

10

8
3
1
1
1

Table ER- EE-12: Citation Index:


Name of Faculty

Citation

h-index

i10-index

1) Prof. H. T. Jadhav

134

2) Prof. A. R. Thorat

3) Prof. P. S. Kumar

16

4) Prof. K. K. More

Prof. H. T. Jadhav

No of papers
published in peer
reviewed Journals
(Intemationa1)
8

Prof. H. P. Inamdar

Prof A. R. Thorat

Prof. Y. N. Bhosale

Prof. C. L. Bhattar

Prof. VSRV Bharath

Prof. R. A. Metri

Prof. P. S. Kumar

Prof. K. K. More

10

Prof. M. N. Rao

Sr.
No.

Name of the faculty

Citation
Index range /
average
134

Impact
factorrange/
average
1.15

0.21

Hindex
7
1

0.21
16

0.777

2
1

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14. Details of patents and income generated


NIL
15. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Table ER- EE-13: List of Consultancy undertaken by the faculty.
Sr.
No.

Nature of
Consultancy

Mr. A.R. Thorat


Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr.S.S. Kadam

LED Street Light


Testing

Jaysingpur
Nagarparishad
Islampur

1500/- 2015-16

LED Street Light


Testing

Renew Green
Energy
PVt.LTD
Jaysingpur

2000/- 2015-16

Conducted Lab
Practical for AMIE
Students

IEI Kolkata

3000/- 2015-16

Laboratory Practical

Krushival
Shikshan
prasarak.
Rajarambapu
sugar
Technology.
islampur

Mr. A.R. Thorat


Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr.S.S. Kadam

Mr. D.A. Sawant


Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr.S.S. Kadam

Total Amount generated in Rs.


Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
UPS Backup system
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Testing
Mr.T.P.Patil
Mr. A.R. Thorat
LED Street Light
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Testing
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
UPS Backup system
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Testing
Mr.T.P.Patil
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Third party
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Inspection of open
Mr. A.N.Jadhav
Theatre
Mr.S.S. Kadam
electrification
Total Amount generated in Rs.
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
LED Light Testing
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr.T.P.Patil

Company
Name

Revenue
generated
in Rs.

Name of the
Coordinator

60,000/-

Year

2015-16
Under
process

66,500/Walwa
Panchayat
samiti

900/- 2014-15

Islampur
Nagarparishad
Islampur

5000/- 2014-15

PalusPanchayat
samiti

1000/- 2014-15

Islampur
Nagarparishad
Islampur

23500/- 2014-15

30,400/Green Solar
System
Mumbai

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, Dist. Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

1000/-

2013-14

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Sr.
No.

Name of the
Coordinator

Nature of
Consultancy

Mr. A.R. Thorat


Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Conducted Lab
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Practical for AMIE
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Students
Mr.T.P.Patil
Total Amount generated in Rs.
Mr.H.T.Jadhav
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Practical for course
Mr. A. N. Jadhav.
Electrical
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Generation &
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Distribution
Mr.T.P.Patil.
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Rechargeable spray
Mr. D.A. Sawant
pump Testing
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
AMIE. Practical
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Energy Audit
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.R. Thorat
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Rechargeable spray
Mr. D.A. Sawant
pump Testing
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Repair of Electrical
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Instrument
Total Amount generated in Rs.
Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Practical for course
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Electrical
Mr.S.S. Kadam
Generation &
Mr.T.P.Patil.
Distribution.

Mr.A.R. Thorat

AMIE. Practical

Mr. R.D. Mane

D.C. Machines
Practical Charges

Company
Name

Revenue
generated
in Rs.

IEI Kolkata

6000/-

Year

2013-14

7000/Rajarambapu
Institute of
Sugar
Technology

60000/- 2012-13

Sheti seva
Kendra
Islampur

800/- 2012-13

I.E.I.Kolkatta

6000/- 2012-13

CEPT Ichalkaraji

3000/- 2012-13

Padalgiwar
Agency Pune

2000/- 2012-13

600/- 2012-13

Sudhir Industries

72400/Rajarambapu
Institute of Sugar
Technology

30000/- 2011-12

I.E.I.Kolkatta
Sanjeevan
college of
Engg.Panhala

9000/- 2011-12
15000/- 2011-12
54,000/-

Total Amount generated in Rs.

Mr. R.D. Mane

Consultation of
Electrical Lab
Development

L.N.B.Chhabad
a Inst. Of Engg.
& Tech. Satara

125000/- 2010-11

Mr. R.D. Mane

Second Year
Student practical

Jaywant College
of Engg. Kille
Macchindra.

125000/- 2010-11

Mr.A.R. Thorat

AMIE. Practical

I.E.I.Kolkatta

6000/2,56,000/-

Total Amount generated in Rs.

Mr. H.T.Jadhav.
Mr. A.R.Thorat.

Third Party
inspection Of

2010-11

Islampur
Muncipalty
Natyagraha

Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, Dist. Sangli (Maharashtra) 415414

3000/- 2009-10

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Sr.
No.

2
3

Name of the
Coordinator

Nature of
Consultancy

Revenue
generated
in Rs.

Company
Name

Mr.S.S. Kadam

Electrical
Installation

Mr. A.N.Jadhav.
Mr. D.A. Sawant
Mr.S.S. Kadam

Electrical
Installation Survey
& audit.

Khedakar
Hospital
Islampur

Mr.A.N.Jadhav
Electrical survey &
Mr. S.S. Kadam
Energy Audit
Total Amount generated in Rs.

Drushti
Hospital

Year

100/- 2009-10
100/- 2009-10
3200/-

16. Faculty recharging strategies Our faculty members are permitted to participate in programmes like FDP, Seminar,
Workshop, Conferences and Training programs to update their technical skills
Table ER- EE-14: Number of recharging programme
Name of Faculty

Number of Programme attended (Academic year wise)


2015-16

2014-15

Mr. H. T. Jadhav
1

Mrs. Y. N. Bhosale

1
1

Mr. Chandrakant Bhattar

Mr. Mayuresh Rao

Mr. A. B. Babar

1
1

Mr. M. B. Ghat.
Mr. R. D. Mane

Mr. Shrikanth Islavatu


Mr. R. A. Metri

2012-2013

Mr. A. R. Thorat
Mr. VRSV Bharat Pulavarthi

2013-14

1
1

17. Student projects


* percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartment : 98%
* percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries /
institutes : 2%
18. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by * Faculty
* Doctoral / post-doctoral fellows
* Students

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Table ER- EE-15: Awards / recognitions received


Sr.
No

Name of Event

Position

Type of Event

2012-2013
1

Abhirath face Painting

1st prize

Abhirath T-Shirt Painting

2nd prize

Virungala Traditional Day

3rd prize

State level symposium Event at J.J.Magdum


College of Engineering Jaysingpur)
State level symposium Event at J.J.Magdum
College of Engineering Jaysingpur)
Cultral Event at RIT

Yuvarang Nrutyavedh Solo

1st prize

State Level at WCE Sangli

Yuvarang Rangawali

st

State Level at WCE Sangli

st

1 prize

Idea Presentation

1 prize

Technical Event at RIT Quantum 2013

Youth Festival Lokkala

1st prize

Cultral Event at RIT

Annual painting

st

1 Prize

Cultral Event at RIT

1st Prize

RIT Vastu
RIT Quantum 2015
MKSSSS Cummins college of engg. For
women
Dipraj Zagde

2013-2014
1

Chaturya
2014-2015

Project Compition

2nd prize

Voley Ball

1st prize

3.

Book published on Amazon

19. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding


(national/international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Table ER- EE-16: Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized
Sr.
No.

Name of Program

Date

Organized
by

Organized For

12/09/2014 to
13/09/2014
02/12/2014 to
12/12/2014

Electrical
Department
Electrical
Department

All Engineering
College
All Engineering
College

16/12/13
To
22/12/2013

Srikanth
Islavatu
VRSV
Bharath

54 BE Electrical
Student

28/03/2014 to
29/03/2014

RIT

Year 2014-15
01

Enthuse 2014 (Event)

02

IIT Khragpur workshop

01

Year 2013-14
Recent trends in Industrial
Automation & Control PLC
SCADA training
Under TEQIP Finishing School

02

Quantum

03

Gate Coaching

VRSV
Bharath P

Electrical
Student
28 BE Electrical
student

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01

02

Year 2012-13
One Day Workshop on
Electrical Maintenance &
Safety Instruments
Workshop STTP on
M ATLAB & its Applications
to Electrical Engg.

03

One Day Workshop on Floor


mill

04

One Day Workshop on Industry


Person

01
02
03
04
05

06

Year 2011-12
Laboratory practical in the
subject Electrical Technology
& Basic Electrical Engg.
Enthuse 2K12
Workshop on Solar
Photovoltaic Cell
Quantum
Workshop on Renewable
Energy Sources
Workshop on Laboratory
Practicals in Electrical
Technology and Basic
Electrical Engineering

16/03/2013

R.D. Mane

Staff and
Electriation in
Sugar Factory

17/06/2013 to
21/06/2013

M.B. Ghat
C.L. Bhattar

Staff& Student

H.T. Jadhav
A.R. Thorat
H.T. Jadhav
A.R. Thorat

Floor mill
30 Participate
Industry Person
25 participate

21/11/2011

Electrical
Engg. Dept.

09-10/03/2012

EESA

22/12/2011

IITB

26-27/03/2012

RIT

27/08/2011

Electrical
Engg Dept

staff

21/11/2011

Mr. A. R.
Thorat

Faculty and
supporting staff

Staff
Students
Faculty/Students
of PG and UG
Students of PG
and UG

20. Student profile course-wise:


Table ER- EE-17: Student profile course-wise:
Name of the
Course - Electrical
(refer question no. 2)
Academic year 2015-16:

Applicatio
ns
received

Male

Female

Male

Female

B. Tech (Electrical)

63

43

20

NA

NA

M.Tech (Electrical Power Systems)

18

13

05

NA

NA

B. Tech (Electrical)

65

47

18

NA

NA

M.Tech (Electrical Power Systems)

17

10

07

NA

NA

B. Tech (Electrical)

63

44

19

NA

NA

M.Tech (Electrical Power Systems)

18

08

10

NA

NA

B. Tech (Electrical)

62

44

18

NA

NA

M.Tech (Electrical Power Systems)

18

14

04

NA

NA

Selected

Pass percentage

Academic year 2014-15

Academic year 2013-14

Academic year 2012-13

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21. Diversity of Students


Table ER- EE-18: Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course

% of
students
from the
college

% of
students
from the
same state

% of
students
from other
States

% of
students
from
abroad

--

100%

Nil

Nil

15%

100%

Nil

Nil

--

100%

Nil

Nil

11%

100%

Nil

Nil

--

100%

Nil

Nil

15%

100%

Nil

Nil

--

100%

Nil

Nil

20%

100%

Nil

Nil

Academic year 2015-16


B. Tech (Electrical)
M.Tech (Electrical Power
Systems)
Academic year 2014-15
B. Tech (Electrical)
M.Tech (Electrical Power
Systems)
Academic year 2013-14
B. Tech (Electrical)
M.Tech (Electrical Power
Systems)
Academic year 2012-13
B. Tech (Electrical)
M.Tech (Electrical Power
Systems)

22. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations? Table ER- EE-19: Number of students cleared competitive exams
Sr. No

Name of Examination

2015-2016 2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

CAT

01

--

---

--

Other services (MSEB,)

01

02

03

GATE

07

03

--

GRE/TOEFL

--

--

----

--

Defense services

2
appeared

--

--

--

23. Table ER- EE-20: Student progression


Student progression

Against % enrolled
2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

UG to PG

5.1%

3.7%

15.6%

5.6%

PG to M.Phil.

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

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Student progression

Against % enrolled
2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

2012-13

PG to Ph.D.

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus selection
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurship/Self-mployment

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

11.5%
36.3%
NIL

4.9%
16.1%
NIL

12.5%
39.1%
5.6%

20.8%
44.4%
NIL

24. Table ER- EE-21: Diversity of staff


Percentage of faculty who are graduates

Course
U.G.

P.G.

Ph.D.

43.75

--

37.50

43.75

18.75

18.75

of the same parent university

73.33

46.15

--

from other universities within the State

6.67

38.46

20

15.39

6.67

76.93

46.15

--

30.76

7.69

23.07

07.69

7.69

46.15

--

30.76

7.69

23.07

07.69

7.69

2015-2016
of the same parent university

56.25

from other universities within the State

from other universities from other States


2014-2015

from other universities from other States


2013-2014
of the same parent university
from other universities within the State
from other universities from other States
2012-2013
of the same parent university

76.93

from other universities within the State


from other universities from other States

25. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
01 (one)
26. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a)

Library Electrical departmental library


Departmental library

50.00 SQ.M.

Departmental library books details :


Total No. of Books
: 479
Project reports
: 52
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Seminar reports
Mini Project Reports
b)

Internet facilities for staff and students Provided


Table ER- EE-22: List of Computer Hardware

Sr.
No
1

c)
d)
e)

: 60
: 50

Description
Ventron P-III 733MHz 64mb
ram,10.2BG HDD,15 monitor
Compaq Presario Model 1215 P-IV
2.8GHz Processor, 845 GV chipset
Motherboard,512KB cache 256 Ram,
1.44 MB FDD,40GB HDD, 48X R/W,
keyboard, Mouse, 17 Monitor.
Dell optilex GX -620 intel PIV HT
(3.2)Ghz , 945 GV Chipset
Motherboard,80GB HDD, 512MB
Ram,1.44MB FDD, 48X CD ROM,
Keyboard, Mouse,15 TFT Monitor
Wipro make C2D 2.2GHz
processor,Chipset Motherboard,
160GB Sata HDD, 1GB Ram, DVD
R/W, Keyboard, Mouse, 17 TFT
Monitor, ATX Cabinate+SMPS.
Dell optoplex 360C2D 2.9GHz
processor,2GB Ram, 250GB HDD,
sata, 16X DVD R/W, Intel G31/Q33
chipset motherboard, Intel Graphics
media X3100 , Integrated Gigabite Lan
port, keyboard, Mouse, 19 TFt
Monitor.
Dell Optiplex 380 C2D 2.9Ghz
processor,intel G41 Express
Motherboard, 2GB DDR3 Ram, 320
GB Sata HDD, 16X DVD R/W, Intel
Graphics Lan Port, Keyboard,
Mouse,19 TFT Monitor
Dell optilex 390 Core i5, 4GB,Intel (R)
H61 Express chipset ,500GB HDD
sata, Keyboard , Mouse, DVD R/W
18.5 LCD Monitor
Dell optilex 3010 DT Core i5,
4GB,Intel (R) H61 Express chipset
,500GB HDD sata, Keyboard , Mouse,
DVD R/W 18.5 LCD Monitor
Dell optilex 3010 DT Core i5,
4GB,Intel H61 Express chipset
,500GB HDD sata, Keyboard , Mouse,
DVD R/W 18.5 LCD Monitor

Make

Date of
purchases

Qty

Amount

Ventron

18/11/2000

01

45100/-

Compaq

04/01/2005

01

26200/-

Dell

17/032006

10

389000/-

Wipro

28/12/2007

20

530000/-

Dell

15/09/2009

05

139302/-

Dell

21/09/2009

05

130725/-

Dell

16/07/2012

10

310000/-

Dell

29/09/2013

05

184500/-

Dell

29/09/2013

05

184500/-

Total number of class rooms Mentioned below Table


Class rooms with ICT facility - Mentioned below Table
Students laboratories - Mentioned below Table

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f)

Research laboratories - Mentioned below Table


Table ER- EE-23: List of Laboratories with Total Investment

Sr.
No.
1

Class Room No. 104

Available Area
(Sq.mt.)
80

Class Room No. 406

84

PG Class Room

74

Seminar Hall

132

Name of Laboratories

UG Laboratories
5

Basic Electrical Lab

66

Electrical Machine Lab

66

Power Electronics & Drives lab

83

Switchgear & Protection Lab

66

Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

66

10

Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab

66

11

Computer Lab

66

12

Control System Lab

66

13

Applied Electronics Lab

66

Total (A)

611

PG Laboratories
14

Project Lab

66

15

Advanced Power system Lab

66

Total (B)

132

Total (A+B)

743

27. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.
Apart from the scholarships, Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme and financial assistance from
the Maharashtra govt. for the students in category, Institute also gives financial
assistance and awards in terms of prize money to the poor and meritorious students
from RIT community services fund. Also PG Students are appointed as Teaching
Assistant (Apart from GATE qualified students) and paid with Rs. 8000/- per month as
a financial assistant.
Table ER- EE-24: students have received the financial assistance
Sl
No.
1.
2.

Name of student

Amount

year

Ashish D. Chavan

10,000/-

2015-16

Ashutosh A. Jadhav

15,000/-

2015-16

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No.
3.

Name of student

Amount

year

Remarks

Kore Basveshwar S.

1000/-

2013-14

3rd Rank

4.

Sah Avadhkishor J

1000/-

2013-14

2nd Rank

5.

Patil Akshay S.

1000/-

2012-13

6.

Bhagwat Apurva A

1000/-

2012-13

7.

Khambe Rushikesh D.

7,500/-

2014-15

8.

Kulkarni V. V.

1500/-

2015-16

UG final year

9.

Jadhav Kishori S.

500/-

2015-16

UG S.Y.Btech

28. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Before the development of any new programmes, its need is assessed. Its methodology
is by getting the opinion of faculty, students, alumni, industry people and other
enlightened public including parents visiting the college for delivering special lectures
and other association functions.
29. Does the department obtain feedback from
a.

faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how


does the department utilize it?
Yes, the feedback of faculty on curriculum is discussed at length during BOS &
DAAC meetings. The proposals/suggestions are taken into consideration from time
to time revisions of the curriculum at constant frequency.

b.

students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what


is the response of the department to the same?
Yes, feedback is taken at the Institute level in two forms one is online feedback and
second is Academic Audit during a semester for each course. Also Course Exit
Survey is being taken which is the medium for feedback of respective subject.
Online feedback is available on RIT web portal results/scores are conveyed to
faculty and Head of Department. He/she shares and interacts with the faculty
during department meetings in general or in person for improvement on regular
basis. Further class representatives can always discuss with head of department
such issues. During Academic Audit two senior faculties are nominated to visit
another department and talk informally with the students on the department activity
as well as teaching learning progress. Students feedback on the issues are further
complied and conveyed to the respective department heads. Further These are
discussed in the department meetings. The department also runs student counseling
cell where department faculty mentors are assigned for each class for interaction
with students in general in small groups and specifically for academically deficient
students. These interaction sessions are held regularly in the department.

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c.

alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
The alumni and employers are regularly consulted for their important suggestions
on the programs offered and the department incorporates the feedback to improve
the contents in the syllabi of the courses offered. In addition, the feedback is also
taken for nature of job requirements so that curriculum is updated to meet the
market requirements and to ensure employability of students. The feedbacks
received by employers and alumni are further correlated with the Programme
Education Objectives and necessary change/improvements are done at the
department meetings.

30. List the distinguished alumni of the department


Table ER- EE-25: List the distinguished alumni of the department
Sr.
No.

Passing
year

Name

Company name

Patil Ajit Ashok

2008

Reliance Energy, Mumbai

Patil Nilesh Balkrishna

2008

Reliance Energy, Mumbai

Nikam Amol Ashok

2008

Patil Narendra
Ganapatarao

2008

Reliance Energy, Mumbai


Maharashtra State
Electricity Transmission
Company
Wallem ship Management,
Central District, Hong
Kong
Fleet Management, Hong
Kong

Praveen Suman

2008

Designation
Assistant
Manager
Manager
Manager
Dy. Executive
Engineer
Manager

Mitesh Sen

2008

Etane, Kuldeep,
Chandrashekhar,

2009

General motors,

R & D Engg,
Dy. Executive
Engineer

Fasale Ajit Baban

2009

Maharashtra State
Electricity Transmission
Company Limited

Seema Suresh Mane

2010

Tata Power, Mumbai

10

Yadav Yogesh
Chandrakant

2010

The Great Eastern Shipping


Co. Ltd

Manager

Lead Engineer MIS & Capex


Senior Electrical
Officer

31. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /


seminar) with external experts.
Table ER- EE-26: Number of student enrichment programmes
Year
2015-2016
2014-2015

Short- Project Expo /


Conferen Symposiu
Seminar Workshop term
Paper
ce
m
courses Presentation
2
1
-1
1
1
2

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Year
2013-2014
2012-2013

Seminar Workshop
3
2

Short- Project Expo /


Conferen Symposiu
term
Paper
ce
m
courses Presentation

Total

--

--

32. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.

Black Board,
LCD Projector,
Physical Model
Multimedia / power point presentation
ICT, Online Resource Videos like NPTEL, webinars, etc.

33. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met
and learning outcomes monitored?
Rubrics have been developed for measuring program objectives and are continuously
reviewed by assessment methods, like question paper, answer book, assignment, project
seminar, lab records and feedbacks from employer, alumni, stake holders etc. Using
different performance indicators, students are classified into (i) Exemplary (ii)
Satisfactory and (iii) Developing. Students under the category (iii) are not in a position
to meet the program objectives.
For students coming under the category (ii), some extra coaching is conducted and for
students under category (iii), intensive coaching beyond the college hours is given.
Visible improvements in the performance of the students have been observed.
34. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
Students participate in extension activities like, Industrial visit, In-plant training,
Placement training, Workshops, Symposia, Seminars, Sports activities, NSS, EESA
activities, etc.
In addition to guiding the students in their above activities, faculty Deliver guest
lectures, Organize (as programme coordinators) Conferences, Workshops, Seminars,
etc. and act as chair persons in the conduct of the above.

35. Give details of beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department.


Staff members are encouraged to make informal teaching plans at the beginning of

the semester to effectively utilize their teaching schedules.


Content beyond the syllabus in theory and practical courses are included to bridge
the curriculum gaps.
Industrial visit and in plant training are encouraged to have exposure practically.
Short term courses and Guest lectures in latest filed are also arranged.
Workshop and seminars are periodically included to enhance the technical skills.

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36. State whether the programme/department is accredited/ graded by other agencies.


Give details.
B.E-Electrical had been provisionally accredited by National Board of

Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi.


37. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of
the department

Strength
Qualified, dedicated and experienced faculty with good Teacher Student Ratio.
Department has obtained University rank regularly before it has declared
Autonomous.
Updated curriculum to impart latest technical education to improve the students
employability.
Well-equipped laboratory to provide practical exposure to students.
Holistic and harmonious working atmosphere.
Weakness

Most of the students coming from backward rural areas lack in technical and soft

skills.
Number of students going for higher studies is less.

Need more collaborative R & D works with research institutions and industries.

There is a scarcity of very well qualified senior professors mainly in core


engineering. However, there is continuous effort made by management team to
recruit very senior level faculty from reputed Universities, IITs and NITs.

R & D as well as consultancy work in collaboration with national agencies and


industries as resource of funding need to be improved.

Opportunities

Students are given sufficient opportunities to undertake industrial projects.

Multi-skill development for better employment prospects

Preparing students for GATE, GRE and government/public sector competitive


examinations.

Innovative teaching-learning and evaluation methods.

Awareness is created on higher education and self-employments.

Challenges
Societal and students perception of engineering education solely as a means of
job.
Development of soft skills among students and preparing them for various
competitive exams.
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Getting Patents for quality works.

To build strong alliances with National organizations for academic and R&D
activities
Promoting awareness on ecological and environmental issues in engineering
solutions.
Involving students in both academic and co-curricular activities.
All Faculty should be with Doctoral degree in diverse field of electrical
engineering.

38. Future plans of the department.


Future Plans
 To impart innovative technologies and teaching methods.
 To foster quality education and high moral standards.
 To improve the rate of success and placement of the students.
 To improve Industry Institute Interaction to assess and act as per industrial needs.
 To establish the Center of Excellence in the area of Electrical Power Systems.
 To make maximum number of students qualify GATE/IES examination with good

score.

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Evaluative Report of Electronics and Telecommunication


Engineering Department
1.

Name of the Department & its year of establishment :Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Started with an intake of 60 seats in
1991

2.

Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated


Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Table ER-ETC-01: Names of Programmes / Courses offered
Programme of Study

B.Tech (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering)

U.G

M. Tech (Electronics Engineering)

P.G

3.

Courses

M. Tech (Electronics(Digital System) Engineering)

Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:


Interdisciplinary courses: Mechatronics, Robotics, Wireless sensor Networks, Fuzzy
Logic, PLC
Departments involved: Mechanical, Autom,obile, Electrical, Computer science and
Engineering, Information Technology

4.

Annual/ semester/choice based credit system: Semester based credit system

5.

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


Table ER-ETC-02: Theory Course
Sr. No.
1

Name of the Course


Analog electronics

Offered by the Department


Electrical Engineering

Table ER-ETC-03: Laboratory courses


Sr. No.
1
2

Name of the Course


Analog electronics Lab
Digital Electronics Lab

Offered by the Department


Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering

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6.

Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/


Asst. Professors)
Table ER- ETC-04: Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned

Filled

UG: Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering


Professors

01

01

Associate Professors
Asst. Professors

03

03

11

12

Professors

01

00

Associate Professors
Asst. Professors

01

00

01

01

Professors

01

00

Associate Professors
Asst. Professors

01

01

01

00

PG: Electronics Engineering

PG: Digital System (Electronics Engineering)

7.

Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.


/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Table ER-ETC-05: Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
specialization

Name

Qualification

Mr. Mahesh S.
Kumbhar
Mr. Satyawan
R. Jagtap

M.E.
Electronics,
Ph.D.
M. Tech.
Electronics,
Ph.D.
M.E.
Electronics
M.E.
Electronics

Mr. Ramesh
T. Patil

M.E.
Electronics

Dr. Sanjay A.
Pardeshi
Dr. Mahadev
S. Patil

Designation

Specialization

No. of
Years
of
Experie
nce

Professor

Digital Signal
Processing

22
Years

--

Professor

Power
Electronics

20
Years

--

Computer Netw
orks
Power
Electronics
Microprocessor
,
Microcontroller

18
Years
18
Years

Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor

18
Years

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

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Name

8.

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

Qualification

Designation

Dr. Anandrao
B. Kakade

M. Tech
Electronics
Ph.D.

Associate
Professor

Mrs. Shailaja
S. Patil

M.E.
Electronics

Assistant
Professor

Mr. Maruti R.
Jadhav
Mrs. Vilabha
S. Patil

M.E
Electronics
M. Tech.
Electronics

Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor

Mr. Subodh S.
Ingaleshwar

M. Tech.
Electronics

Assistant
Professor

VLSI &
Embedded
Systems

04
Years

--

Dr. Mrs.
Jayashree S.
Awati
Mr. Bhagwan
N. Holkar
Ms. Shrutika
S. Sawant
Mr. Sachin M.
Magdum

Assistant
Professor

Audio-video
Engineering

12
Years

--

Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor

Embedded
System
Image
Processing

04
Years
05
Years

VLSI DESIGN

02 year

--

4.5
years

--

Ms. Priyanka
P. Patil

M.E.
Electronics,
Ph.D.
M. Tech.
Electronics
M.E.
Electronics
M. Tech.
Electronics
M. Tech.
Electronics
(Digital
System)
M. Tech.
Electronics

01 Year

--

Mr. Suhas M.
Chavan

M. Tech.
Electronics

Assistant
Professor

0.6
months

--

Mr. Sanket
S. Mane

M. Tech.
Electronics

Assistant
Professor

02 year

--

Mr. Bharat S.
Shete

Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor

Specialization

No. of
Years
of
Experie
nce

Electromagneti
c Engg.
Linear
Integrated
Circuits
Communication
Microprocessor

Digital
System,Biomed
ical
Engineering
Signal
Processing
Wireless &
optical
communication
Image
processing

09
Years

--

23
Years

--

07
Years
07
Years

---

---

Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty programme-wise information :


Table ER-ETC-06: Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty

Year

Semester

Programme

Total Load
in hrs

2015-16

II

UG

257

Total load of
AD HOC
Faculties in hrs
102

2015-16

UG

272

109

40.07

2014-15

II

UG

281

106

37.72

2014-15

UG

278

112

40.29

2013-14

II

UG

275

110

40

2013-14

UG

247

76

30.77

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Programme -wise Student Teacher


Telecommunication Engineering)

Ratio

(UG:

Electronics

and

Table ER-ETC-07: Programme -wise Student Teacher Ratio

2011-12

No. of
students in
2nd Year
74

No. of
students
in 3rd Year
72

No. of
students in
4th year
76

2012-13

82

66

2013-14

74

2014-15

77

Year

Total no of
students

N1

STR

222

13

17.07

69

217

12

18.08

89

73

236

13

18.15

70

84

231

15

15.40

X+Y

N1

STR

36

9.00

PG: Electronics

2011-12

X
No. of students in
MTech 1st Year
18

Y
No. of students in
M Tech 2nd Year
18

2012-13

17

18

35

8.75

2013-14

18

17

35

8.76

2014-15

18

18

36

9.00

X+Y

N1

STR

18

9.00

Year

PG: Digital Systems

2011-12

X
No. of students in
M. Tech 1st Year
18

Y
No. of students in
M. Tech 2nd Year
-

2012-13

18

17

35

8.75

2013-14

17

18

35

8.75

2014-25

18

17

35

8.75

Year

10.

Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned


and filled
Table ER-ETC-08: Number of academic support staff
Sanctioned

Filled

Support staff (technical)

04

04

Administrative staff

--

--

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Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding


agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and
grants received project-wise.:
Table ER-ETC-09: Number of faculty with ongoing projects
Sr Name of
No Faculty

Prof.
S.R.
Jagtap

Prof.
R.T.
Patil

Prof.
M.R.
Jadhav

12.

Title of Project

Design, Fabrication and


Testing of Automatic
sorting machine for
cooked and dried
turmeric rhizome.
Theoretical and
experimental evaluation
on performance and
emission characteristics
of dual fuel
homogeneous charge
compression ignition
engine with renewable
fuels.
Design and
development of sorting
machine for plastic
inserts of different
colors.

Prof.
S.M.
Chavan
Prof.
S.M.
Magdum

Atomization for
capacitor manufacturing
Design fabrication and
testing of raisin sorting
machine

Name of
Sponsoring
Agency

Funding
Amount

Year

Head seed
money under
TEQIP-II Project

80,000/-

201516

Ongoing

201575,000/- 16

Ongoing

201516

Ongoing

201574,000/- 16

Ongoing

201555,000/- 16

Ongoing

Head seed
money under
TEQIP-II Project

Head seed
money under
TEQIP-II Project
Head seed
money under
TEQIP-II Project
Head seed
money under
TEQIP-II Project

1,50,00
0/-

Status
Ongoing /
Completed

Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants


received
Table ER-ETC-10: List of projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR

No.

Name of the project

Name of the
funding
agency/Industr
y

2013-14

Moving Vibration Massager

TEQIP

1.5 Lacks

2013-14

Wireless sensor network for


drinking water Management

TEQIP

1.5 Lacks

2014-15

Electronics Baby Cradle

In-House

0.41 Lacks

AICTE, New

8.55 Lacks

Year wise

Total grant
received
(Rs. Lack)

A. College Funded
Minor
Projects

B. Other agencies National and International (specify)


Minor/M

2010-11

Design & Analysis of

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Year wise

No.

ajor

Name of the project


Wideband Circularly
Polarized Three Layer
Hemespherical Dielectric
Resonator Antenna (HRDA)
Fed by Conformal Strip

Projects

Name of the
funding
agency/Industr
y
Delhi

Total grant
received
(Rs. Lack)

(under RPS)

AICTE, New

2012-13

2015-16

Modernization of RF &
Microwave Engineering Lab
by using Vector Network
Analyzer
A System for Weed
Destruction in Farm Land
using Radio Frequency and
Microwave Radiation

Delhi
(under

13 Lacks

MODROB)

DST New Delhi

Submitted

13.

Research facility / centre with


o State recognition : Ph.D. research center of Shivaji University, Kolhapur
o National recognition : Nil
o International recognition : Nil

14.

Publications:
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /international)
No. of National Journal: 04
No. of International Journal: 52
*

Monographs :- 09

Chapter(s) in Books :- 01

Editing Books : Nil

Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers : Nil

Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,


Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences
Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)

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Table ER-ETC-11: List Of Papers Published in peer reviewed journals (H indexed or


SCI impact factor)
Total Number of Papers Published in
Journal
International
National

Department
Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering

13

Monographs

Table ER-ETC-12: List Of Monographs


Sr
No

Author/s

Year

Prof. M. R. Jadhav

2012

Prof. J. S. Awati

2012

Prof. Shailaja Patil

Title
Fault detection and
protection of three phase
induction motor
Case study: Farmers
Opinion of Karandwadi
Village, Taluka Walwa
District Sangli in
Maharashtra State of
India

Complete Reference of
Book (Publisher, Edition,
Page No.)
Lambert Academic
Publishing, Germany
ISBN-978-3-8484-1294-5
Lambert Academic
Publishing, Germany
ISBN-978-3-659-27460-2

2012

Advanced Control
System for a Vibration
Control for a Road
Vehicle

Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659215384

Prof. J.S.Awati

2012

Implementation of Drive
Circuit for Three Phase
Inverter(using VLSI)

Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659170126

Fakir Sana and


Awati Jayashree

2015

Survey on Poverty in
Selected Groups and
Regions

Jalelwad Pooja
and Awati
Jayashree

2015

E-Waste Management

Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659807015
Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659806834

Bhosale
Aishwarya and
Awati Jayashree

2015

Plastic Waste
Management

Pujari Sachin and


Awati Jayashree

2015

Ethics of Engineering
Students towards
Teachers

Chavan Sharwari
and Awati
Jayashree

2015

Paper Waste at Institute

Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659813160
Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659803406
Lambert Academic
Publishing
ISBN-13: 978-3659803925

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Chapter(s) in Books

Table ER-ETC-13: List Of Chapter(s) in Books


Sr
No

Author(S)

Dr. S.A. Pardeshi


Dr. S.N. Talbar

Year

2011

Complete Reference of
Book (Publisher, Edition,
Page No.)
In Tech.,Croatia, ISBN978-953-307-738-3, Page
No.- 53-78

Title

Local feature based


face recognition

Citation Index range / average :


H-ind