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Applied Sciences About Department

About Department

With an aim to broaden the educational background of students, the department offers studies in applied physics, applied chemistry, applied mathematics and humanities. The department of applied physics has a well-equipped LASER laboratory and has made significant research contribution on International level in the fields of acoustics and solid state physics. Offering facilities of testing and consultancy, the department of applied chemistry, focuses its research on biodiesel, synthesis of natural products, waste water treatment, adsorption etc. Basic research activities by the department of mathematics include providing necessary theory, numerical and computational techniques. The department of humanities provides studies in economics as well as psychological and sociological subjects.

Course Outcomes (CO)

CO/PO Attainment

Laboratories

Laboratories Common for all Programmes (e.g. : Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical, Electronics etc.)
SN. Name of the Laboratory Available area size (Sq. m.) Maximum Batch size Weekly hours by engagement No. of expts. requires as per curricular No. of expts. Conducted
1. Physics 347.92 15 24 10 10
2. Chemistry 285.56 15 24 12 12
3. Elect. Engg. 75.91 15 16 08 08
4. Engg. Mechanics 75.91 15 16 08 08
5. Engg. Drawing hall 262.00 60 16 12 12
6. Workshop 1428.55 15 16 10

Under Graduate

 
Course Name 1st Sem 2nd Sem 3rd Sem 4th Sem 5th Sem 6th Sem 7th Sem 8th Sem
Applied Sciences N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Post Graduate

 
Course Name 1st Sem 2nd Sem 3rd Sem 4th Sem 5th Sem 6th Sem 7th Sem 8th Sem
No Post Graduate Applied Sciences Syllabus Available.

About Department

The Department is established in 1984 and engaged in teaching theory and laboratory courses in Engineering Physics to Semester I and Semester II students and presently educating 1200 plus B.Tech. students every year. In autonomy the department offers free electives (Electronic Materials and Applications, Laser Technology and Applications) to students of Semester V and VI. It prepares and maintains teaching material for all these courses in the form of hard and soft copies. The material comprises of lecture notes, supplementary study material, interactive documents and useful study links.
Department currently has Nine faculty members and four Supporting staff. All faculty members are Ph.D. with area of research Ferroelectrics, Material Science and Polymers.
The faculty members have published about 70 research papers in International and National Journals, two textbooks and a large number of Conference papers as well as Copyrights, monographs and book chapters to their credit.
Department has got two well equipped laboratories with two dark rooms for optical experiments. A Laser room for demonstration experiment on Laser. Investment in these Laboratories till date is around Rs. 33.5 Lakhs. These laboratories provide a comprehensive practical exposure to the students through performance and data analysis.

Vision

To be a well-recognized center with strong foundational focus on basic sciences and humanities to develop budding professionals.

Mission

To develop scientific temperament and mathematical aptitude for solving inter-disciplinary engineering problems with excellent communication skills and social values in a vibrant environment.

Grading

The grading in each course is relative. The performance of each student is graded relative to performance of all other students in the class by award of a grade. The most important thing to understand about the grading system is that absolute marks do not matter as much as they used to in the old absolute grading system. As long as your performance group does not change, a difference of a few marks is immaterial. Students are encouraged to enhance their performance relative to the average class performance, and not to aim at very high marks at the cost of developing good understanding of the subject. This has the desirable effect of lifting the average performance of any class and of discouraging a rat race for marks.

Outcome based education system

The Washington Accord covers UG engineering degrees under Outcome based approach. To have a measure of this Outcome based education the apex body for engineering education in India, AICTE, has floated 12 Programme Outcomes (POs) and it is expected that the course outcome (called as COs) for every programme must be designed to meet these outcomes. Our Department has designed following COs to meet the POs.

Program Outcomes

Program OutcomesStatement of the Program Outcomes At the end of Program, students will be able to
PO1Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO2Identify, formulate, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using principles of mathematics, natural sciences.
PO12Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22EE102 & 22EE103, 22EL102 & 22EL103, 22ET202 & 22ET203
Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1 Correlate fundamentals of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2Assess the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structures, charge carriers and energy bands.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3Examine the intensity variation of light due to interference, diffraction, laser and its applicationsPO1,PO2,PO12
CO4Analyze the motion in electric field and magnetic field and its applications to electron optic devices.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO5Illustrate the nature and characterization of magnetic materials and superconductors for engineering applications.PO1,PO2,PO12

Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22CSE102 & 22CSE103, 22CT202 & 22CT203, 22IT202 & 22IT203

Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1Correlate fundamentals of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2Assess the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structures, charge carriers and energy bands.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3 Illustrate working principle of lasers and optical fibers for their use in the field of industry.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO4 Analyze the motion of charged particles in electric field and magnetic field and its applications to electron optic devices.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO5Assess the characteristics of nano materials, ,synthesis methods and their applicationsPO1,PO2,PO12

Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22CV202 & 22CV203, 22ME102 & 22ME103.

Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1Correlate fundamental of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2 Justify the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structure, charge carriers and energy bands.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3 Assess the fundamentals of interference and their significance in optical measurements.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO4 Illustrate working principle of lasers and optical fibers for their use in the field of industry.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO5 Identify and analyze the fundamentals of ultrasonic and acoustic waves and their applications in technology.PO1,PO2,PO12

Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22IOT102 & 22IOT103.

Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1Correlate fundamentals of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2Justify the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structures, charge carrier and energy band.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3 Identify the requirements of sensor material for technological applicationPO1,PO2,PO12
CO4 Illustrate optical interactions associated with semiconductor materials for their use in the devices.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO5Analyze the electron motion in electric and magnetic field contributing to electronic display devicesPO1,PO2,PO12

Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22CSD102 & 22CSD103.


Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1Co-relate fundamentals of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2Analyze crystal structures in terms of lattice parameters with identification of crystal planes.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3Assess the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structures, charge carriers and energy bands.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO4Illustrate working principle of lasers and optical fibres for their use in the field of industry.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO5Analyze the motion in electric field and magnetic field and its applications to electron optic devices.PO1,PO2,PO12

Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22AML202 & 22AML203.

Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1Co-relate fundamentals of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2Assess the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structures, charge carriers and energy bands.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3Illustrate working principle of lasers and its properties for useful applications in the field of industry.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO4Examine light modulation through optical fibres for their potential applicationsPO1,PO2,PO12
CO5Analyze the motion in electric field and magnetic field and its applications to electron optic devices.PO1,PO2,PO12

Statement of Course outcomes and mapping with PO: Courses: 22ADS202 & 22ADS203.

Course OutcomesStatement of Course outcomesPO
Students are able to
CO1Co-relate fundamentals of quantum mechanics to solve problems dealing with quantum  particle.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO2Assess the characteristics of semiconductor materials in terms of crystal structures, charge carriers and energy bands.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO3 Illustrate working principle of lasers and optical fibres for their use in the field of industry.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO4Analyse the motion in electric field and magnetic field and its applications to electron optic devices.PO1,PO2,PO12
CO5Develop ability to classify nanomaterials for their potential applications.PO1,PO2,PO12

HOD DESK

Message from HOD.


 



Dr. (Mrs.) Hemlata Vikrant Ganvir

Assistant Professor & Head of Department
Qualification : PhD, MSc, BSc.
Email:hod_phy@ycce.edu
hvganvir@ycce.edu

Physical Sciences are the foundation for all Engineering disciplines. Therefore a sound and application-oriented understanding in Physics is a pre-requisite for the study of any branch of Engineering.

Welcome to the Department of Applied Physics at YCCE Nagpur. We started our journey in the year of 1984. Over the last three and half decades, the department not only offers the students to explore fundamental Physics but also contributed in  applied and interdisciplinary research. The research work of the Department is contributing strongly in the area of ferroelectrics, crystal growth and polymers. The Department has well-educated, motivated and dedicated faculty members and well equipped laboratories.

This website provides an overview of the course structure, research activities of our department,  profiles of faculty members, and details of student activities. We hope that you will find this website to be informative.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

SR. NO. NAME DESIGNATION JOINING DATE QUALIFICATION NATURE OF ASSOCIATION
1 DR. HEMLATA VIKRANT GANVIR HOD 2010-07-26 M.Sc.(Physics), Ph.D.(Physics) Regular
2 DR. VIKRANT YASHWANT GANVIR Assistant Professor 2009-07-01 M.Sc. (Physics), Ph.D. (Physics) Regular
3 DR. ARSALA ZAMIR KHAN Assistant Professor 2010-08-01 M. Sc. Ph. D. Regular
4 DR.(MRS.) SWATI ANOOP FARTODE Assistant Professor 2009-07-01 Ph.D. ( Physics) M.Sc.,B.Ed. Regular
5 DR. BHARATI NANDKISHOR PATIL Assistant Professor 2021-01-12 M.Sc.(Physics)B.Ed,Ph.D. Regular
6 DR. MANISHA UPASANI Assistant Professor 2021-02-05 MSc PhD Regular
7 DIPTEE VINOD JAMKAR Assistant Professor 2021-12-08 M. Sc. Ph. D. Regular
8 TEJASWINI MANOJ JAULKAR Assistant Professor 2022-06-01 M.Sc. Physics Regular
9 SNEHA P. DOD Assistant Professor 2022-07-01 M.Sc. Physics Regular

Laboratories

Major Equipments and Facilities

Sr. No.

Name of Equipment

Utility

Photograph

1
Hall Effect Set Up (Regular & Temperature variation) Determination of Hall Coefficient, Density, Mobility and Type of Charge Carriers.
2
Four Probe Set Up Measurement of Band gap of Material
3
Band Gap Set Up
4
Dual and Single Trace Cathode Ray Oscilloscope Waveform Display, Measurement of Frequency, Phase and Amplitude.
5
Signal Generator
6
Vernier Microscope Optical Measurements, Micro Measurements
7
Spectrometer
8
Laser Source
9
Sodium Vapour Lamp
10
Dielectric Constant Set Up Measurement of Dielectric Constant and Loss Factor
11
LCR Meter Measurement of Capacitance, Inductance, Resistance
12
Ultrasonic Interferometer Measurement of velocity of Ultrasonic waves

List of Available Experiments

S.No.

Name of Experiment

CO-PO

1
To study variation of Hall voltage with current and magnetic field; and to determine Hall coefficient, concentration and polarity of charge carriers. CO3 PO1,PO2
2
To measure the amplitude and frequency of sinusoidal voltage obtained from the secondary of a step down transformer using CRO. CO 4 PO1,PO2
3
To study the static characteristics of semiconductor diode; (Germanium and Silicon diode) in forward and reverse bias mode CO 3 PO1,PO2
4
To determine the forbidden energy gap of a semiconductor by studying the temperature variation of its receptivity using four probe method. CO 3 PO1,PO2
5
To measure the phase shift introduced by a phase shift network using dual beam CRO . CO 4 PO1,PO2
6
Determination of the velocity of ultrasonic waves in a non-electrolytic liquid by ultrasonic interferometer. CO 5 PO1,PO2
7
To determine the radius of curvature of Plano-convex lens by using Newton’s Rings apparatus. CO 1 PO1,PO2
8
To determine the thickness of thin paper using Air Wedge arrangement. CO 1 PO1,PO2
9
To determine the wavelength of sodium light using Plane Transmission Grating. CO 1 PO1,PO2
10
To determine the forbidden energy gap of a semiconductor by using PN junction diode in reverse biased mode. CO 3 PO1,PO2
11
 To study the dependence of Hall coefficient on temperature. CO 3 PO1,PO2

Demonstration Experiment

12 
To study the Fraunhoffer diffraction pattern of a grating and to determine the wavelength of light using laser source. CO 5 PO1,PO2

Faculty Achievements

Books Published

  • Dr (Mrs) S. A. Band and Dr (Mrs) S. A. Fadnavis A concise book of Engineering Physics Das Ganu Prakashan , Nagpur.ISBNNo :978-93-81660-46-1
  • Dr (Mrs) S. A. Band and Dr (Mrs) S. A. Fadnavis Engineering Physics Das Ganu Prakashan , Nagpur.ISBNNo: 978-93-81660-58-4

Achievement

  • Dr. J.  R. Ghulghule  received best paper award  for paper titled  “Effect of Lanthanum Dopant on Dielectric Dispersion  of Lead Germanate (Pb5Ge3O11) Single Crystals ”   in the International Conference on Research Frontiers in Sciences (ICRFS-2021) , organized by the Department of Basic Sciences, GHRCE, Nagpur (India), during 5th and 6th February 2021, in association with Scopus Indexed International Journal “IOP Conference Series: Material Science and Engineering” (ISSN: 1757-899X).
  • Biography of  Dr. S.V. Soni is included in the 15th edition of Marquis (USA) Who’s Who in the world , Selected for the inclusion in the 6th edition of Who’s Who in Science & Engineering ( Marquis USA)
  • Biography of  Dr.J.R.Ghulghule  is included in the 18th edition of Marquis (USA) Who’s Who in the world in Dec.2000.
  • Dr. S. A. Fartode received third prize for paper titled  “Photoluminescence and mechanoluminescence  characterization of Eu3+ activated Ca3Si2O4N2phosphor” in a UGC sponsored NationalConference “RECENT DEVELOPMENT INMATERIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,RDMST – 2014” organized by Department of Physics, Shri. Sachhidand  Shikshan Sanstha’s  Arts, Commerce & Science College, Koradi, Dist. Nagpur in association with Luminescence Society  of India, Baroda, Gujrat, India

Consultancy Offered

  • Dr. S. A. Fadnavis and Dr.S.A. Band had set up Physics Lab of NPTI. Nagpur during 27-01-2003 to 27/2/2003.
  • Dr. J.R.Ghulghule offered consultancy in setting Applied physics laboratory in
    i) DMIRT Wardha,
    ii) DBACER ,Nagpur and
    iii) RGCER, Nagpur, during 2007-2008

Best Practices

Only List of Innovative practices conducted by department.
Sr. No. Name of Innovative Practices
1. Mindmap
2. Concept learning through numerical
3. Class Summary
4. Shadow learning
5. Braindumps
6. Conduction of Online Quiz
7. Content beyond Syllabus
8. Bright Student Activity
9. Weak Student Activity
10. Presentation by Students
11. Open book test
12.  Use of PPTs, Charts
13. Conduct of   Workshop for students for enhancing practical  skills.

Publication, Patent, Copyright, Grants

Session

Publication

Patent

Copyright

Grants

2021-22

09

Nil

04

Nil

2020-21

04

01(Published)

04

Nil

2019-20

03

Nil

05

Nil

2018-19

04

Nil

03

Nil

2017-18

2

Nil

Nil

Nil

Publication Details: 2021-22

Sr. No. Authors Name Title of Paper Conference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
    1. Dr.J.R.Ghulghule Effect of lanthanum dopant on pyroelectric characteristics of lead germanate (Pb5Ge3O11) single crystals International Journal Ferroelectrics, Vol. 587:1, P.33-42, 2022
    2. V Y Ganvir, H V Ganvir, R S Gedam Effect of lanthanum oxide addition on physical, electrical and dielectric properties in lithium borosilicate glasses International Journal Ferroelectrics, Vol . 587, 127–138, 2022
  3. Zamir S. Khan, Arsala Khan, M. P. Lokhande, Avadhut Deshmukh & A. C. Kumbharkhane Dielectric relaxation study of aqueous glycol ethers with water using time domain reflectometry technique in the frequency range 10 MHz to 50 GHz International Journal Ferroelectrics, Vol. 588, 65-77,  2022.
    4. M Upasani, B Butey, SV Moharil Combustion Synthesis of YAG:Nd : Structural, Luminescent Characterization and Influence of Si Doping International Journal International Journal of Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis, Vol 30 (3), PP 145-152,2021
5. Manisha Upasani,Ashutosh Bagde, Approach toward Alpha Alumina Synthesis Scopus Indexed  Conference Proceeding IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering ,Vol 1221 (2022) 012057
      6. A Z Khan, Z S Khan, A Pathade Study of Dielectric Constant of Glycine Doped Ammonium Dihydrogen Phosphate (ADP) Crystal Scopus Indexed  Conference Proceeding IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering ,1221 (2022) 012039, April 2022
    7. Bharati N Patil and Smita Acharya Preparation of CdS and its Photocalytic behaviour for Dye Degradation Scopus Indexed  Conference Proceeding IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering Vol.1221 (2022) 012048
    8.. V Y Ganvir, H V Ganvir, R S Gedam Physical and optical study of Nd2O3 doped sodium borosilicate glasses Scopus Indexed  Conference Proceeding Materials Today Proceedings,51 (2022) 1201–1205
      9. H V Ganvir, V Y Ganvir, R S Gedam Investigation of structural and electrical properties of nickel chloride doped pyrrole aniline copolymer Scopus Indexed  Conference Proceeding Materials Today Proceedings, Materials Today: Proceedings 49,(2022),1827–1832

Publication Details: 2020-21

Sr. No.
Authors Name Title of Paper Conference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1
S.A.Fartode, T.R.Shelke, Anoop P.fartode, S.J.Dhoble, Photoluminescence Characterization of vandate based Phosphor International Journal : IOP Publishing, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1706  1-7, (Dec.2020) 012024
2
Anoop P Fartode, S A Fartode , Tushar R Shelke , D V Parwate Synergistic Effect of H2O2 Addition on Gamma Radiolytic Decoloration of Some commercial Dye Solutions International Journal IOP Publishing, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 1070 (2021) 012005,   1-7,  Feb. 2021
3.
J R Ghulghule Effect of lanthanum dopant on dielectric dispersion of Lead  Germanate (Pb5Ge3O11) single crystals. International Journal : Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1913 (2021) 012050,  doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1913/1/012050
4
A Z Khan, Z S Khan, S Patle, K G Rewatkar and S Zodape FTIR spectral analysis of glycine doped ammonium dihydrogen phosphate (ADP) crystal International Journal : IOP Publishing, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1913 (2021) 012028,  doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1913/1/012028
5
H V Ganvir, V Y Ganvir, R S Gedam Effect  of  FeCl3  doping on Structural and Electrical Properties of  Pyrrole Aniline Copolymer International Conference: International  Virtual L conference on Smart Advanced Material Science & Engineering Applications-2020  (IVCSAMSEA-2020) , K. L. University Guntur, India, 03 To 05 December 2020
6.
V Y Ganvir, H V Ganvir, R S Gedam, Physical  and Optical  Study of  Nd2O3   Doped  Sodium  Borosilicate Glasses International Conference : International  Virtual L  conference on Smart Advanced Material Science & Engineering Applications-2020  (IVCSAMSEA-2020) , K. L. University  Guntur, India, 03 To 05 December 2020
7.
 V Y Ganvir, H V Ganvir, R S Gedam The Effect of Lanthanum Oxide Addition on Physical, Electrical and Dielectric Properties in Lithium Borosilicate Glasses National Conference : XXI National Seminar on Ferroelectrics and Dielectrics-2021 (NSFD-2021), organized by IQAC and Department of Physics, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University during 10-13 January 2021.
8.
H V Ganvir, V Y Ganvir, R S Gedam Effect of NiCl2 doping on structural and  electrical properties of Pyrrole Aniline Copolymer National Conference : XXI National Seminar on Ferroelectrics and Dielectrics-2021 (NSFD-2021) , organized by IQAC and Departmentof Physics, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University during 10-13 January 2021
9.
J R Ghulghule Effect of Lanthanum Dopant on Pyroelectric Characteristics of Lead Germanate (Pb5Ge3O11) Single Crystals National Conference : XXI National Seminar on Ferroelectrics and Dielectrics-2021 (NSFD-2021) , organized by IQAC and Departmentof Physics, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University during 10-13 January 2021

Copyright: 2021-22

Sr. No. Copyright Details Copyright Submitted/Received
1 Copyright  of  PPT  on ‘Measurement technics and graphical skills ‘ by S. A. Fartode & V. Y. Ganvir Copyright Received- Registration Number  L-110646/2022
2 Copyright  of  PPT  on ‘Electron Ballistics ‘ by J.R.Ghulghule & H.V.Ganvir Copyright Received- Registration Number  L-110645/2022
3 Copyright  of  PPT  on ‘Electron Optic Devices ‘ by  J.R.Ghulghule & H.V.Ganvir Copyright Received- Registration Number L-110651/2022
4 Copyright  of  PPT  on ‘LASER: Basics and Applications ‘ by J.R.Ghulghule & H.V.Ganvir Copyright Received- Registration Number  L-110649/2022
5 Copyright  of  Poster   on ‘Cathode ray tube ‘ by J.R.Ghulghule & H.V.Ganvir Copyright Received- Registration Number L-110650/2022

Copyright: 2020-21

Sr. No.

Copyright Details Copyright Submitted/Received

1

Copyright  of  Poster on ‘Fraunhofer Diffraction at N slits ‘ by H.V. Ganvir & J. R. Ghulghule Copyright Received- Registration Number  L-99542/2021

2.

Copyright  of  PPT  on ‘Wave optics‘  by J.R.Ghulghule & H.V.Ganvir Copyright Received- Registration Number  L-99721/2021

3.

Copyright  of  PPT  on ‘Semiconductor Physics’ by  H.V. Ganvir & J. R. Ghulghule  Copyright Received- Registration Number  L-99918/2021

4.

Copyright  of  Poster on ‘Laser and Its Application’ by  on  B.N. Patil  Copyright Received- Registration Number L-102342/2021

Patent : 2020-21

Sr. No.

Name of the Inventor

Title of the Patent

Application No

Published /Filed

1

S.A.Fartode

A Thermo Luminescence Biomaterial For High Radiation Dose Dosimetry And Method Of Preparation Thereof

TEMP/E-1/58924/2020-MUM

Filed

Events

SN.
Event type Title of Event Date Event Details Coordinators
        1.     Technical       National Science Day         22.02.2023       Dr. H. V. Ganvir
      2. Technical Guest Lecture For Students 07.11.2022         Dr.V.Y. Ganvir
        3. Technical Curriculum Development Work Shop-2       25.07.2022       Dr. H. V. Ganvir
        4.     Technical       National Science Day         28.02.2022       Dr. H. V. Ganvir
        5.     Technical       Curriculum Development Work Shop-1         15.11.2021           Dr. H. V. Ganvir
6. Technical Guest Lecture For Students 26.10.2021     Dr.A.Z.Khan
7. Technical Guest Lecture For Students 04.07.2021 Dr. H. V. Ganvir
8. Technical Guest Lecture For Students 10.05.2021 Dr. H. V. Ganvir
9. Technical Guest Lecture For Students 09.11.2019       Dr.J.R. Ghulghule
10. Technical Curriculum Development Work Shop 15.02.2018     Dr.Mrs. S.A. Fadnavis
11. Technical Guest Lecture For Students 08.11.2017 Dr. J.R. Ghulghule
12. Technical Chart Making  Competition  For First Year BE Students 09.02.2017 Dr.S.A. Band

About Department

Department of Applied Chemistry was started in1984.The department offers a course in Applied Chemistry for BE undergraduate students. In addition to this it offers a course in Environmental Science at undergraduate level. Our mission is to generate human resource in the form of engineers with sound base of chemical & environmental sciences for high professional competence and sustainable development. Department imparts education to 1000 plus BE students every year

     The faculty consists of ten highly qualified and experienced faculty members. Fourof them are Ph.D. The department has one Associate Professor and nineAssistant professors. The faculty has published number of papers in reputed journals, national and international conferences, written books, have copyrights and developed educational material like DTEL, question banks etc. The faculty expertise includes the areas like lignin and synthetic chemistry, complexes, catalysis, Environmental Science and Thermodynamics.

The department has two spacious laboratories spread over the area of about 285.56 sq m. The laboratories are adequately equipped with relevant instruments to give firsthand experience to the students. The students are provided a comprehensive practical exposure to the various instrumental techniques required for the analysis, testing and research.
            
Syllabus provides an integrated and unified approach to BE First Year students towards chemical sciences, covering all branches of chemistry, including advance materials and its application to engineering field.

The teaching learning activities are balanced with a number of other related activities, which include co-curricular activities, Special lectures on varied topics of academic relevance, motivational lectures, FDP, community development programs, blood donation camps, poster competition, presentations by students etc.

Vision of the Department

To be a well-recognized center with strong foundational focus on basic sciences and humanities to develop budding professionals.

Mission of the Department

To develop scientific temperament and mathematical aptitude for solving inter-disciplinary engineering problems with excellent communication skills and social values in a vibrant environment.

Awareness about Outcome based education system

The Washington Accord is an international accreditation agreement for professional engineering academic degrees, between the bodies responsible for accreditation amongst the countries who have signed it (signatories). Established in 1989, India is one of the signatories among 44 countries. Graduates of accredited programs in any of the countries who have signed the agreement are recognized by the other signatory countries as having met the academic requirements for entry to the practice of engineering. The Washington Accord covers UG engineering degrees under Outcome based approach. It means that the engineering knowledge that one gain by completing engineering programme (degree) must not be theoretical but it must be practically useful. To have a measure of this Outcome based education the apex body for engineering education in India, AICTE, has floated 12 Programme Outcomes (POs) and it is expected that the course outcome (called as COs) for every programme must be designed to meet these outcomes. When a student gets his Engineering degree all the POs must have been achieved by him step by step. Every subject in every programme has its own CO s.

Assessment of POs in Chemistry


The complete syllabus is mapped with its expected course outcome is also linked with the PO expected. This matrix is attached with this information.

Course Name: Engineering ChemistryCourse Code: Theory  22CV102 & Practical 22CV103 Theory 22ME202 & Practical 22ME203
CO1Illustrate qualitative and quantitative aspects of water for industrial and domestic applications.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10,PO-12
CO2 Identify corrosion and discuss its preventionPO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10,PO-12
CO3Establish insight into engineering materials.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10,PO-12
Course Name: Engineering ChemistryCourse Code: Theory 22ET102 & Practical 22ET103 Theory 22EL202 & Practical 22EL203 Theory 22EE202 & Practical 22EE203
CO1Illustrate qualitative and quantitative aspects of water for industrial and domestic applications.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10,PO-12
CO2Apply concepts of electrochemistry for energy storage devices.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO3Identify corrosion and discuss its prevention.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO4Establish insight into engineering materials.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
Course Name: Engineering ChemistryCourse Code: Theory   22CT102 & Practical 22CT103 Theory  22IT102 & Practical 22IT103 Theory 22CSE202 & Practical 22CSE203 Theory 22CSD202 & Practical 22CSD203 Theory 22IOT202 & Practical 22IOT203  
CO1Illustrate different thermodynamic functions and chemical reaction ratesPO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO2Apply concepts of electrochemistry for energy storage devices.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO3Develop awareness about global environmental concerns.PO-1, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO4Establish insight into engineering materials.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
Course Name: Engineering ChemistryCourse Code: Theory 22AML107 & Practical 22AML108
CO1Illustrate different thermodynamic functions and chemical reaction ratesPO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO2Apply concepts of electrochemistry for energy storage devicesPO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO3Explain basic principles and applications of spectroscopyPO-1, PO-2, PO-10, PO-12
CO4Establish insight into engineering materialsPO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
Course Name: Engineering ChemistryCourse Code: Theory 22ADS102 & Practical 22ADS103
CO1Illustrate different thermodynamic functions and chemical reaction rates.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO2Apply concepts of electrochemistry for energy storage devices.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO3Discuss drug molecules synthesis.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
CO4Establish insight into engineering materials.PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12

HOD DESK

 



Dr. Prajakta U. Waghe

Hod
Ph.D. M.Sc., B.Ed.
Head and Associate Professor
Mail id: hod_chem@ycce.edu

Hearty welcome to the Department of Applied Chemistry at YCCE, Nagpur.  
The Department is a vibrant place with 5Ph.D. faculties out of 10 academic staff and dedicated supporting staff. The department encourages the faculty to attend seminars, workshops & conferences. The department motivates the faculty to publish papers in reputed journals, submit project proposal to funding agencies & to enroll for Ph.D program. The department has well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty, who are blend of knowledge and experience. The department provides safe, positive & intellectual learning environment. The aim of the faculty is to provide quality education to the student community by utilizing modern teaching aids. The strong basic foundation laid by the department helps the students to apply knowledge & to become a successful engineer.

Engineering Chemistry lab is well equipped with major equipment and caters to the needs of the students. Our courses are designed to provide students the knowledge of Engineering & Applied Chemistry, and also introduce them to various experimental skills. The subject has become as an essential part of the curriculum for all the branches of Engineering. Besides, the department has been constantly revising the contents of the theory and practical (laboratory) syllabi.

I wish Applied Chemistry students pleasant and successful semester in the Department!

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

SR. NO. NAME DESIGNATION JOINING DATE QUALIFICATION NATURE OF ASSOCIATION
1 DR. PRAJAKTA U. WAGHE Head and Associate Professor 2018-08-08 Ph. D. M. Sc.B. Sc. B. Ed. Regular
2 MRS. S. A. GOMKALE Assistant Professor 2009-07-20 M.SC. B. Ed Regular
3 DR.(MRS) MEGHA S.SAWANGIKAR Assistant Professor 2020-08-10 Ph.D. M. Sc. B.Sc. B.Ed. Regular
4 POURNIMA S. PANDE Assistant Professor 2021-03-13 MSc. B.Sc. Regular
5 DR. GAURI S. DESHMUKH Assistant Professor 2022-07-07 Ph.D. MSc. B.Sc. Regular
6 MS. SANJIVANI SURESHRAO PANDITKAR Assistant Professor 2014-01-01 MSc. SET Regular
7 PRIYANKA DILIP TRIVEDI Assistant Professor 2023-08-17 MSc. B.Sc.B.Ed. Regular
8 MRINAL ANAND CHILBULE Assistant Professor 2023-08-17 M.sc,B.Ed,set. Regular

Laboratories


 
The department has two spacious laboratories spread over the area of about 285.56 sq. m. The laboratories are adequately equipped with relevant instruments to give firsthand experience to the students. The students are provided a comprehensive practical exposure to the various instrumental techniques required for the analysis, testing and research.

Area of Laboratory


Lab-I
114.99 Sq.m
Lab-II
114.99 Sq.m
Store Room & Balance Room
55.58 Sq.m
Total Area of Lab.
285.56 Sq.m
SN.
Name of  EquipmentUtilityPhotograph
1
Abel’s closed cup flash point Appt.Oil Testing
2
Pensky Marten’s flash Point Appt.Oil Testing
3
Cleaveland Flash point ApparatusOil Testing
4
Redwood Viscometer No. I & IIOil Testing
5
SpectrophotometerMetal analysis
6
PenetrometerGrease testing
7
Muffle FurnaceCoal Analysis
8
Hot Air OvenCoal Analysis
9
Double Distillation UnitExtra pure water
10
Digital balanceAccuracy weighing
11
Microwave OvenHeating
List of experiments
Branch: CE/ME/ETC/EE/EL
1Determination of total hardness of water sample.  CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
2Determination of alkalinity present in the water sample.CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
3Estimation of Fe2+ ions by redox titration.  CO-2, CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
4Determination of copper by iodometric titration.  CO-2, CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
5Determination of viscosity of lubricating oil by Redwood Viscometer I or II.CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
6Determination of Cation exchange capacity of an ion exchange resin.CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
7Oil Testing for Flash Point / Cloud Point/Pour Point/Aniline Point.CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
8Proximate analysis of coal.  CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
9Determination of pH of water sample by pH meter.  CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
10Synthesis of urea formaldehyde resin.  CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
11Workshop on “Analytical Techniques”  CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
12Mini project “on water analysis for different parameters”.  CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
13New experimental set-up: To estimate the extent of corrosion by estimating the ferrous ions present in the given solution by potentiometric titration using standard potassium dichromate.CO-2PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
Branch: CT/IT/CSE/AML/AIDS/ IOT/CSD
1  Estimation of Fe2+ ions by redox titration.  CO-4PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
2Determination of copper by iodometric titration.  CO-2 CO-4PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
3Estimation of Nickel.CO-4PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
5Synthesis of polyaniline.CO-4PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
6Determination of molecular weight of a polymer.  CO-4PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
8Determination of electrochemical equivalence of Copper using Faradays LawCO-2PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
9To determine heat of solution of potassium nitrate calorimetrically.CO-1PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
10Determination of conductivity of water sample by conductivity meter.CO-2 CO-3PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
11To verify Beer-Lambert law for KMnO4 and determine the concentration of the given solution of KMnO4CO-3PO-1, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
12Determination of pH of water sample by pH meter.  CO-3PO-1, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
13Synthesis of urea formaldehyde resin.  CO-4PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
14Workshop on “Analytical Techniques”  CO-3PO-1, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
15Mini project “on water analysis for different parameters”.CO-3PO-1, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12
16New experimental set-up: To estimate the extent of corrosion by estimating the ferrous ions present in the given solution by potentiometric titration using standard potassium dichromate.CO-2PO-1, PO-2, PO-7, PO-10, PO-12

Faculty Achievements

Books Published

  • Dr. P.U.Waghe: Text Book of Engineering Chemistry & Text Book of Materials Chemistry
  • Dr.Megha Sawangikar: Comprehensive review of Irreversible Thermodynamics
  • Ms. Shruti Gomkale :A Text book of Applied Chemistry

Consultancy Offered

    • Dr. J. V. Miskin and Dr. R. A. Patil offered consultancy in setting Applied Chemistry Laboratory in
    • i) DMIETRWardha,

    • ii) DBACER ,Nagpur and

    iii) RGCER, Nagpur, during 2007-2008

 

Best Practices

• Only List of Innovative practices conducted by department.

Sr. No.Name of Best Practices
1Innovative Teaching Learning method – Class Summary/Quick-write/Open Book Test
2Workshop on Analytical techniques
3Mini project on water analysis
4Sharing informative videos, Preparing Charts on specific topics
5Content Beyond syllabus
6Weak Students Activity

Publication, Patent, Copyright, Grants

Session
Publication
Patent
Copyright
Grants
2022-23
J:3+C:1
NIL
NIL
NIL
2021-22
J:3 +C:2+Monograph:2)=7
NIL
2
NIL
2020-21
(J: 5 +C-1=6)
NIL
3
NIL
2019-20
(J: 5 + C: 4=9)
NIL
5
NIL
2018-19
(J: 3+ C: 4=7)
NIL
6
NIL
2017-18
(J: 1 + C: 1=2)
NIL
4
NIL

Publication Details: 2022-23

Sr. No Authors name Title of paper Conference / Journal Name
1 Dr. G. S. Deshmukh ZnO coated nonwoven polypropylene fabric with antibacterial and antiviral function for medical applications IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Medical Sciences (ICETEMS 2022) #56252
2 Dr. P.U. Waghe Environmental Pollution Inhibition Tactics Neuroquantology, DEC 2022, Volume 20, Issue 19, Page 1630-1638
3 Dr. M. S. Sawangikar Study of stability Analysis of Chemical reactions Neuroquantology, January 2023, Volume 21, Issue 1, Page221-249, doi: 10.48047/nq.2023.21.01.NQ20016
4 Pournima Pande Pragmatic analysis of wastewater treatment methods from a statistical perspective Water Practice & Technology, Vol 18 No 1, 1

Publication Details: 2021-22

Sr. No Authors name Title of paper Conference / Journal Name
1 Dr. Prakash T. Kosankar, Exciton Dissociation on Double Z – Scheme Heterojuction for Photocatalytic Application International journal-Chemistry Select (Vol., 6 issue 26 pages 6707 – 6713)
2 Dr.Ramesh.G.Surose Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Evaluation of 1,3-Bis(5-Hydantoinyloxy) Benzenes Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science, Vol,3 No,3, pp162-165
3 Dr.Ramesh.G.Surose Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Evaluation of Bis (Hydantoinyloxy) Alkanes International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology
4 Dr. P U Waghe Monograph on ‘ENERGY RECOVERY FROM HIGH ENERGY CROPS THROUGH BIOCHEMICAL METHANE POTENTIAL’ International Journal of Innovations into Engineering and technology
5 Dr. M.S.Sawangikar Monograph on Stability Analysis of chemical Reactions International Journal of Innovations into Engineering and technology
6 Dr. Megha M.Mendiretta Physico-Chemical Key Parameters, Freundlich and Langmuir Isotherm, Rate Constant Studies on the Removal of Divalent Nickel using Delonix regia Fruit Pod as Low Cost Bioadsorbent International Conference on Physics of Materials and Nanotechnology
7 Dr. P.T. Kosankar Removal of nitrate from water using zero – valent iron graphene oxide composite Nanotech-Eurasia-2021 2 nd Eurasian Conference on Nanotechnology, Baku, Azerbaijan

Publication Details: 2020-21

Sr. No
Authors name Title of paper Conference / Journal Name
1
Dr. P.U.Waghe Analytical Methods in Environmental Audit Zeichen journal, ISSN:  0932-4747  Vol 6 Issue 12 – 2020 Page No:507-513
2
Dr. M.S.Sawangikar Review of Classical Irreversible Thermodynamics Zeichen journal, ISSN:  0932-4747  Vol 6 Issue 12 – 2020 Page No:724-744
3
S.A.Gomkale Review on Zeolite Synthesis Zeichen journal, ISSN:  0932-4747  Vol 6 Issue 12 – 2020 Page No: :395-399
4
Megha Mendiretta Adsorption Characteristics Studies On Removal Of Cu (II) From Aqueous Solution By Using Citrus Reticulate Leaf Powder Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology ISSN NO: 1671-4512Volume 50,Issue 01, January-2021
5
Dr. M.S.Sawangikar Review of Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics International Journal of Advanced Research in Science, Communication and Technology (IJARSCT) Volume 6, Issue 1, June 2021(IJARSCT) ISSN (Online) 2581-9429
6
Dr. M.S.Sawangikar Review of Extended Irreversible Thermodynamics International Conference on Recent Trends in Science, Communication and Technology

Copyright: 2021-22

Sr.NO NAME OF FACULTY TITLE OF COPYRIGHT PPT/CHART/MODEL/ETC
1 Mrs. S.A.GOMKALE NONMETALLIC ENGINEERING MATERIALS PPT
2 Dr. M.M.Mendiretta CORROSION NOTES
3 Ms. P.S.Pande CHEMISTRY OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS PPT

Copyright: 2020-21

S.NO
NAME OF FACULTY TITLE OF COPYRIGHT PPT/CHART/MODEL/ETC STATUS
1
Dr. P U Waghe Lubrication PPT Registered
2
Dr.Megha Sawangikar Applications of irreversible thermodynamics to polymer solutions- a review Poster Registered
3
S.A.GOMKALE FUELS & COMBUSTION CALCULATIONS PPT Registered

events

Events: 2022-23

Sr.No Title of Event and Event Details Date Coordinator details
1 First Year Induction programme- Wonders of Chemistry 07-14 Dec 2022 P.S.Pande
2 Curriculum Development Workshop for Chemistry Faculty 25thJuly 2022 Dr. M.S.Sawangikar, S.A.Gomkale

Events: 2021-22

Sr.No Title of Event and Event Details Date Coordinator details
1 World Earth Day celebration- “MaziVasundhara” 22ndApril 2022 S. A. Gomkale
2 First Year Induction programme- Wonders of Chemistry 13-18 Dec 2021 P.S.Pande
3 Curriculum Development Workshop for new branches – for Chemistry Faculty Nov 2021 Dr. M.S.Sawangikar, S.A.Gomkale

Events: 2020-21

Sr.No Title of Event and Event Details Date Coordinator details
1 Guest lecture on nanotechnology by Dr.WasudeoGurnule 6th June 2021 S. A. Gomkale
2 Bright Students Activity- Seminar competition 20thJune 2021 S. A. Gomkale

Events: 2019-20

Sr.No Title of Event and Event Details Date Coordinator details
1 Conducted webinar on Molecular Imprinting: “A dynamic and sustainable technique for diverse applications”.” 18thJune 2020 Dr. P. U.Waghe
2 Conducted Online Quiz to celebrate “Word Environment day” for students and faculties 4th June 2020 Dr. P. U. Waghe
3 Guest lecture on “Innovations and Research in day to day life” by Dr. S A Mandawgane,   Associate Professor at VNIT, Nagpur. 1st May 2020 Dr. P. U. Waghe, S. A.Gomkale
4 Guest lecture on “ Self defenceTechniques”byShri N. Kapoor 16thSeptember2019 S. A.Gomkale

About Department

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Humanities of YCCE, is established in 1984. The Department has E-Classrooms equipped with advanced teaching aids to make teaching learning process more interesting and interactive. The Department has 24 dynamic, experienced and well qualified faculties with 11 Ph. D. and an average of 14 years of experience. Over 89  Research papers are presented by faculty members in various National and International Conferences and 70 Research Papers have been published in National and International Journals of high repute. Department received grant from department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, Government of India, to organize National Conference. Department has also received grants for minor research projects from MGI, Nagpur. The department has 15 Copy Rights to its credit. Faculty members are resource persons for various conferences and workshops at other institutes and companies. Dr. P. B. Bahatkar is the recipient of Best Teacher Award by Indian Society of Technical education(ISTE), New Delhi and Mrs. Arvinder Kaur has been awarded most Promising Educator , honored by the International Association of Research and Developed India Organisation ( India Education Trust , India)at the RACE 2019 Bangkok Award Ceremony. Guest lectures ,workshops and academic activities are regularly conducted for the holistic development of the students as well as faculty.

Vision of the Department

To be a well-recognized center with strong foundational focus on basic sciences and humanities to nurture budding professionals.

Mission of the Department

To develop Scientific temperament and mathematical aptitude for solving interdisciplinary engineering problems with excellent communication skills and social values in a vibrant environment.

Program Outcomes(PO)

  • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals and an Engineering specialization to the solution of complex Engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze complex Engineering problems reaching substantiate conclusions using first principle of mathematics, natural sciences and Engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solution for  complex Engineering problems and design system components or process that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health  and safety and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information  to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern Engineering and IT tools including
  • prediction and modelling to complex Engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The Engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess, societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional v practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental
  • contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual and as a number or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex Engineering activities with the Engineering community and with society at large such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work as a member and leader in a team to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Key Strengths

Highly qualified ,Experienced and dynamic teachers

Course Outcomes (CO)

CO/PO Attainment

HOD DESK

 



Dr. Malabika Adak

Hod

Welcome to the Department of Applied Mathematics and Humanities , Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering , Nagpur.

The Department of Mathematics and Humanities is dedicated to impart quality education in Mathematics and Humanities to the undergraduate engineering students. Mathematics is widely used in all the major engineering fields, many practical problems and physical laws.  Thus helping them to develop fine mathematical taste and nurture mathematical interest to solve challenging problems by using mathematical tools. Along with the responsibilities of teaching, the faculty members are actively involved in research and organize activities for development of students,
 The department offers elective courses- Probability Theory and Statistical Inferrence, Combinatorial Theory, Numerical solution of Partial Differential Equations and also foreign languages: German, Spanish, French, Addade Janapese.

The faculty of Humanities are focused towards inculcating various skills like-presentation, reading, listening, behavioral and team playing in students. 


Dr. Malabika Adak
Head of Department of Applied Mathematics and Humanities,
Assistant  Professor , Ph.D
Email: hod_mths@ycce.edu, malabikaadak@yahoo.in


Dr. Manjusha P. Gandhi
First Year Coordinator,
Associate Professor ,Ph.D
Email:  manjusha_g2@rediffmail.com

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND HUMANITIES

SR. NO. NAME DESIGNATION JOINING DATE QUALIFICATION NATURE OF ASSOCIATION
1 DR. MALABIKA ADAK HOD 2015-07-18 Ph.D. Regular
2 DR. ARTI S. GHOGRE Associate Professor 1992-09-16 M.Sc., B.Ed., Ph. D. Regular
3 MRS.MAMTA SUNIL DANI Associate Professor 1987-07-06 M.Sc.,M.Phil Regular
4 DR. M. P. GANDHI Associate Professor 2010-05-08 Ph.D. Regular
5 DR. AKSHAYKUMAR J. MESHRAM Assistant Professor 2013-07-10 Ph.D, M.Sc (Mathematics), M.Sc (Statistics) Regular
6 ASFAR H SIDDIQUI Assistant Professor 2011-08-01 Msc-Maths Regular
7 DR.(MRS.) ANUSHREE A. ASERKAR Assistant Professor 2020-08-07 Ph.D., M.Sc.(Mathematics) Regular
8 DR. MONALI DHOTE Assistant Professor 2020-07-16 Ph.D. ,M.Sc.(Maths) Regular
9 DR. NITIN WANGE Assistant Professor 2021-07-01 M.Sc. Ph.D.(Mathematics) Regular
10 DNYANESHWAR P. BAWANE Assistant Professor 2012-07-20 Msc-Maths , B.Ed Regular
11 MILINDKUMAR NAMDEORAO DANDALE Assistant Professor 2013-07-10 M.Sc. (MATH) Regular
12 NILESH ARUNRAO BHOSALE Assistant Professor 2013-07-15 M.Sc.(Math) Regular
13 PURVA P. KHOT Assistant Professor 2021-11-17 MH-SET Qualified, M.Sc and B.Ed Regular
14 DR. ARVINDER KOUR Assistant Professor 2014-02-06 M.A, LL.M ( Business and Labour Law), MIRPM, MBA ( HR and Marketing), Ph.D Regular
15 VISHAKHA BHANDARKAR Assistant Professor 2015-04-01 M. A. Economics Regular
16 MINAL KALE Assistant Professor 2008-08-01 MA English Litreture Regular
17 NANDA THAKRE Assistant Professor 2017-08-01 M.A (ENGLISH LITERATURE), B.Ed Regular
18 DR. AKASH DAULATRAO GEDAM Assistant Professor 2010-08-06 MA,NET(JRF),Ph.D. Regular
19 PRASHANT LILADHAR DHENGE Assistant Professor 2021-11-15 B.A. (Public Administration), M.A. (Political Science) Regular
20 MONALI DUBEY Assistant Professor 2022-08-05 MBA Regular
21 SWATI SUDHAKAR INGOLE Assistant Professor 2022-11-04 M.A. (English Literature), l.LM (Constitutional Law) Regular
22 RAHUL VIJAY TIWARI Assistant Professor, Dean (Acad. Matters) 2023-01-12 M-Com Regular
23 MOHIT SURYABHAN THAKRE Assistant Professor 2023-02-22 M.Sc.(Mathematics) Regular
24 DR. MADHUMITA KISHOR DHOTE Assistant Professor 2023-01-03 Ph.D. in English M.A. (English Literature) Regular
25 SHEELA LAXMANRAO BHIWGADE Assistant Professor 2022-08-03 MBA(HRM & Mkt) and MA English Literature Regular

Laboratories

Lab No.
Name of Laboratory
1
Language Lab.

Area 116 Sq mt.
Backup1KVA (1 hour)
No. Computer40
SoftwareSANAKO
CD’s20 (soft skills)
Books related to Grammer, Vocabulary  & Dictionary70
Note
  • It focuses on developing English language skills
  • Foreign Languages-German, Spanish and French are taught
  • Students are motivated to participate in Debates, essay writing and literary competition like poetry writing.

Faculty Achievements

Sr. No. Name of the Author Title of the Book/Book chapter Name of the Publisher National/International(ISBN/ISSN number of proceeding Year of publication
1 Prof. A. M. Kulkarni Applied Mathematics-II DOI ISBN 818917824-5 2015
2 Dr. M.P. Gandhi Applied Mathematics-II DOI ISBN 818917824-5 2015
3 Dr. S.C.Venkateswaralu Discrete Maths & Graph Theory DOI ISBN 818917883-0 2014
4 Mrs. Mamta S. Dani Discrete Maths & Graph Theory DOI ISBN 818917883-0 2014
5 Dr. K.L.Sarda Applied Mathematics-I DOI ISBN 81904304-5-9 2008
6 Manjusha P.Gandhi, Asharkar A. A Quadraple fixed point theorem for partially ordered Metric space with applications to integral equations Springer Nature http://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-2095-8_14 2018
7 Adak M. Transient Temperature and Deformation Analysis with Finite difference Lambert Academic Publishing ISBN: 978-3-659-42984-2(book) 2018
8 Manjusha P.Gandhi, Asharkar A. A A unique common fixed point theorem for four mappings satisfying common limit in the range property in b-Metric space Springer Nature https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-1153-0_14 2020
9 Adak M Finite Difference Methods to Solve Boundary Value ODE Akkinik Publication ISBN : 978-93-90322-73-2 Aug.2020
10 Arvinder Kour Recent Trends in Economics and Commerce Akkinik Publication ISBN : 978-93-90322-73-2 20-Oct
11 Vishkha Vhandarkar Impact of Globalization of Tailors in India: Journey from mass production from Customization Vishal Publishing, Jalandhar Delhi ISBN: 978-93-8929261 20-Mar
12 C. Meshram, M. S. Obaidat , A. Meshram An Efficient Robust Lightweight Remote User Authentication Protocol using Extended Chaotic Maps IEEE Xplore 978-1-7281-6544-8 20-Oct
13 C. Meshram, M. S. Obaidat , A. Meshram New Efficient QERPKC based on Partial Discrete Logarithm Problem IEEE Xplore 978-1-7281-6544-8 20-Oct
14 Malabika Adak Numerical Solution of Laplace and Poisson Equations for Regular and Irregular Domain using Five-Point Formula IEEE Xplore 978-1-7281-5791-7 Apr-21
15 Dr. Arti S. Ghogre Finite Differences, Numerical Differentiation and Integration AkiNik Publication 978-93-91538-85-9 Oct-21
16 C. Meshram, M. S. Obaidat, K-F Hsiao, A. L. Imoize, A. Meshram An Effective Fair Off-Line Electronic Cash Protocol Using Extended Chaotic Maps with Anonymity Revoking Trustee IEEE Xplore 978-1-6654-3208-5 Oct-21
17 Dr. Arti S. Ghogre Research Trends in Mathematics and Statistics- Volume 13 AkiNik Publication 978-93-91538-85-9 Oct-21
18 D.P. Bawane Research Trends in Mathematics and Statistics- Volume 15 AkiNik Publication 978-93-5570-102-2 Dec.2021
19 Dr. Meenal R. Kale Recent Trends in Humanities and Social Sciences AkiNik Publication 978-93-5570-074-2 Dec-21
20 Dr.Manjusha P.Gandhi,Anushree A.Aserkar, Kavita B.Bajpai Research Trends in Mathematics and Statistics- Volume 16 AkiNik Publication 978-93-5570-133-6 Mar-22

Best Practices

S.No.
Method
1
Think Pair Share
2
Competition
3
Surprise Test
4
Flipped Classs room
5
Self- Learning
6
Case Study
7
Peer Tutoring
8
Quiz
9
Open Book Test
10
Concept Visualization
11
Open Internet access method
12
Workbook Activity
13
Blended learning
14
Exposition(Innovative and comprehensive method of presentation)
15
Modal Method
16
Library Research
17
Class Summary
18
Demonstration Method

Publication, Patent, Copyright, Grants

Summary of last three years data in numbers only can be added
SessionPublicationPatentCopyrightGrants
2022-23250201Nil
2021-2209Nil03Nil
2020-2116Nil09Nil
2019-2018Nil03Nil
2018-1916Nil09Nil

Publication Details:   2022-23

Sr. No.Authors NameTitle of PaperConference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1Dr. Akshaykumar MeshramAn Efficient Three-Party Authenticated Key Exchange Procedure Using Chebyshev Chaotic Maps with Client AnonymityComputers, Materials & Continua, 75(3), pp. 5337-5353, 2023
2Dr. Arvinder KourGLASS CEILING AND ITS IMPACT ON THE CAREER GROWTH OF WOMENEuropean Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 1171-1177
3Dr. Arvinder KourStress And Coping Issues In Management Students Post Covid-19 LockdownKorea review of international studies-Korea review of international studies, Volume -15 Issue 3, 172-187, June, 2022
4Dr. Arvinder KourAnalysis of student’s perception on impact of e-trends in educationInternational Journal of Early Childhood Special Education (INT-JECSE), Vol 14, Issue 01 2022 PP:3482-3487
5Dr. Nitin WangeReview Article on Guillain Barre SyndromeECS – The Electrochemical Society, ECS Transactions, Volume 107, Number 1, 10.1149/10701.18531ecst
6Dr. Akash D. GedamA Benign Archaeological Approach Towards Unfinished Nasik Cave in Nasik,Maharashtra,IndiaTHA PAST International Journal of the Dept of Archaeology,Srilanka, Volume 01,Number 01
7Dr. Meenal R KaleCyberpunk – A dystopian determinized high tech future in Indian Science Fiction.Journal of positive school Psychology, Vol. 6 No.8, 2022
8Asfar Siddiqui, Akash D GedamThe mancala game and the artificial intelligenceInternational Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering Technology and Science, Vol. 04. (09),2022
9Dr. Arinder KourEXAMINING STRESS LEVEL IN COLLEGE STUDENTS POST COVID-19 LOCKDOWNManager-TheBritishJournalofAdministrativeManagement, Volume 58 Issue 153
10Asfar H Siddiqui Dr. Nitin J WangeFractional Heat Transfer Effect In Cylindrical Body And Its Associated StressesNeuro Quantology, Vol. 20, 515-521, 2022, 10.14704/NQ.2022.20.13.NQ88070
11Dr. Nitin J Wange Asfar H SiddiquiFRACTIONAL HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSIS IN A THREE DIMENSIONAL MULTILAYER COMPOSITE ANNULUS DISK SUBJECTED TO HEAT SOURCENeuro Quantology, Volume 20 issue 16, DOI: 10.14704/NQ.2022.20.16.NQ88039
12Mrs. Nanda K. ThakreIdentity Crisis and Individualism in Indian English LiteratureNeuro Quantology, Volume 20 Issue 13, doi: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.13.NQ88255
13Anushree A. Aserkar, Manjusha P. GandhiThe Unique Common Fixed Point Theorem for Four Weakly Commutating Mappings Satisfying Rational Type Contractive Condition in Complete B-Multiplicative Metric SpaceTELEMATIQUE , Published Volume 21 Issue 1, 2022, ISSN:1856-4194, 7364-7377
14Manjusha P.Gandhi, Anushree A.Aserkarn-Tuple fixed pint theoremin Bi-Complete F-Quasi Metric SpaceCommunications in Mathematics and Applications, Vol.13,No.2, 703-710,2022
15Dr. Arvinder KourANALYSIS OF STUDENTS PERCEPTION ON IMPACT OF E-TRENDS IN EDUCATIONInternational Journal of Early Childhood Special Education (INT-JECSE), Vol 14, Issue 01 , July 2022 PP:3482-3487
16M. AdakNumerical Solution of 2nd Order Boundary Value problems with Dirichlet, Neumann and Robin Boundary Conditions using FDMCommunications in Mathematics and Applications, eISSN 0975-8607 pISSN 0976-5906, Vol.13, 1-9,2022
17Nilesh Bhosale, Akshaykumar Meshram, Malabika Adak, Dnyaneshwar Bawane,Design of IsoQER Cryptosystem using IPDLPIEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Medical Sciences (ICETEMS 2022),
18Nilesh Bhosale, Akshaykumar Meshram, Malabika AdakDesign and Security Analysis of Isoidentity based Isobeta CryptosystemIEEE International Conference on Automation, Computing and Renewable Systems (ICACRS 2022), 10.1109/ICACRS55517.2022.10029185
19Dr. M AdakNumerical Solution of Laplace and Poisson Equations for Regular and Irregular Domain Using Five-Point Formula.Book: Applied Analysis, Computation and Mathematical Modelling in Engineering. 13th June 2022, DOI : 10.1007/978-981-19-1824-7, springer nature
20Dr. Anushree A. AserkarA fixed point theorem for extended B-metric space satisfying rational type contractive conditionThe 3rd International Conference on Frontiers in Industrial and Applied Mathematics FIAM 2020 held at NIT Jamshedpur. 3rd march, 2022 , 10.1063/5.0083599, Published by AIP Publishing
21Prof. Monali G. DhoteOptimum Solution of Goal Programming Problem by Modified Charnes Penalty MethodInternational Conference on Recent Advances in Material, Manufacturing and Machine Learning (RAMMML – 2022)” YCCE, Nagpur India. April 26-27, 2022, Taylor and Francis, 258-268, 26-27 April 2022
22Dr. Nitin J. WangeAnalytical Solution for Fractional Order Temperature Distribution in a One Dimensional Multilayer Composite Sphere With Internal Heat SourceInternational Conference on Advanced Technologies in Chemical, Construction and Mechanical Sciences (iCATCHCOME 2022) held at KPR Institute of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India during 24 – 25,March 2022
23Dr. Arvinder KourAnalysis of Internal Brand Building Process on the Commitment of Employees1st International Conference on Management of MSMEs (ICMM 2022) Realigning business practices in the era of disruptions 22 – 23 January 2022 Online Mode
24Dr. Arvinder KourKey Drivers of Organic food ConsumptionISDSI-Global Conference 2021: Leading business in a FLUID world held at INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT NAGPUR, 27-30 November, 2021
25Dr. Akshaykumar MeshramDeveloping a framework of beta cryptosystem based on Santilli’s isofields second-kind2022 International Conference for Advancement in Technology (ICONAT) Goa, India. Jan 21-22, 2022 Goa, India.

Patent:   2022-23

Sr. No.Patentee NamePatent TitlePatent Grand No.
01Dr. Akshaykumar MeshramA Foldable Car Covering System414935
02Dr. Nitin J. WangeTwo-temperature magneto-thermoelasticity for heat conductionPatent Publication No.: 202121044581

Copyright Details:    2022-23

Sr. No.Copyright DetailsCopyright Submitted / Received
01Prof. N. A. Bhosale on First order first degree differential equationReceived

Publication Details:   2021-22

Sr. No.Authors NameTitle of PaperConference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1.Akshaykumar MeshramFractional chaotic maps based short signature scheme under human-centered  IoT environmentsJournal of Advanced Research, Vol 32,  Sept 2021, pp. 139-148, ISSN 2090-1232.
2.Akshaykumar MeshramAn Effective Fair Off-Line Electronic Cash Protocol Using Extended Chaotic Maps with Anonymity Revoking TrusteeThe 2021 IEEE International Conference on Communications, Computing, Cyber security and Informatics, CCCI 2021, 15 – 17 October 2021, pp. 1-5, ISBN 978-1-6654-3208-5
3.Akshaykumar MeshramDeveloping a framework of beta cryptosystem based on Santilli’s isofields second-kind2022 International Conference for Advancement in Technology (ICONAT) Goa, India. Jan 21-22, 2022, pp. 1-4, ISBN 978-1-6654-2577-3
4.Malabika AdakNumerical Solution of Fourth-Order Boundary Value Problems for Euler–Bernoulli Beam Equation using FDMJournal of Physics: Conference Series, Nov 2021, pp. 1-6, ISSN 1742-6588.
5.Arti GhogreFRW Viscous Dark Fluid with Non Linear Inhomogeneous Equation of StateCommunications in Mathematics and Applications, Vol. 12, Dec. 2021, Pp.  869-877, ISSN 0975-8607.
6.Arti GhogreBianchi Type I Cosmological Model with ViscousFluid in the Framework of VSL TheoryCommunications in Mathematics and Applications, Vol. 12, Dec. 2021, Pp.  913–918, ISSN 0975-8607.
7.Nitin WangeEvaluation of the Effect of Cranioplasty Using Different Prosthetic Materials on Functional Improvement in Patients with Post-traumatic Brain Injury: A ProtocolJournal of Pharmaceutical Research International, Dec. 2021, pp. 821-826, ISSN 2456-9119.
8.Mamta DaniIsonumber based Iso-Key Interchange Protocol for Network CommunicationInternational Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, Feb-2022, pp. 209-213, ISSN 1738-7906.
9.Manjusha  GandhiCoupled Fixed Point Theorem in Quasi Metric SpaceItalian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, March 2022, pp. 449-457, ISSN 1126-8042
 

Copyright Details:   2021-22

Sr. No.Copyright DetailsCopyright Submitted/Received
1.Stone Age Tools Technology and Cultural Development by Prof. Akash D Gedam L-111133/2022Received
2.Poisson Distribution by Prof. Asfar  Siddiqui L-111751/2022Received
3.Use of Modified Charnes Penalty Method to find Optimum Solution of Goal Programming Problem by Prof. Monali Dhote Diary No. 21403/2021-CO/LSubmitted

Publication Details:   2020-21

Sr. No.
Authors NameTitle of PaperConference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1
N.K.ThakreTeaching of English in Technical Institutes in Indian –An  Augmented NeedInternational Virtual Conference on Interdisciplinary Development in Science, Technology & Humanities by JHGPG College , Betul and Chhindawara University
2
Adak MNumerical Solution for Predicting Soil or Rock Temperature with Different Thermal Diffusivity  Solid State Technology, Sept, 63, 4, pp-1938-47, sept  2020.
3
A. MeshramNew Efficient QERPKC based on Partial Discrete Logarithm Problem International Conference on Computer, Information and Telecommunication Systems (CITS), Hangzhou, China, 2020, pp. 1-5, doi: 10.1109/CITS49457.2020.9232533.
4
A. MeshramAn Efficient Robust Lightweight Remote User Authentication Protocol using Extended Chaotic Maps, International Conference on Computer, Information and Telecommunication Systems (CITS), Hangzhou, China, 2020, pp. 1-6, doi: 10.1109/CITS49457.2020.9232622.
5
Monali DhoteApproximation Algorithm for Optimum Solution of Goal ProgrammingJournal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, ISSN NO: 1671-4512,Vol. 50, issue 2,March 2021
6
Adak M.Alternating Direction Implicit Method for Steady State Stress Analysis of Elastic MembraneSolid State Technology, vol. 63(5) pp. 7060-7069.Dec. 2020
7
A. Meshram OOS-SSS: An Efficient Online/Offline Subtree-Based Short Signature Scheme Using Chebyshev Chaotic Maps for Wireless Sensor NetworkIEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 80063-80073, Dec. 2020, doi: 10.1109/ACCESS.2020.2991348.
8
A. MeshramFractional Chaotic Maps Based Short Signature Scheme under Human-centred IoT EnvironmentsJournal of Advanced Research,Dec 2020.
9
A. MeshramRipic based key exchange protocolAdvances in Mathematics: Scientific Journal, vol. 9, No. 12, pp. 1169-1177, dec. 2020
10
Manjusha P. GandhiQuadruple Fixed Point Result in M-Metric SpaceInternational Conference on Research Frontiers in Sciences
11
Anushree A.AserkarA Fixed Point Theorem for Extended b-Metric Space Satisfying Rational Type Contractive ConditionFIAM-2020, The 3rd International Conference on Frontiers in Industrial and Applied Mathematics organized by NIT Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India from 21-22, December 2020.
12
Malabika AdakElectrostatic Potential Distribution by Numerical Method Alternating Direction Implicit MethodIEEE sponsored 2021 International Conference on Advances in Electrical, Computing, Communications and Sustainable Technologies (ICAECT 2021), Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, , SSTC, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, India during 19 – 20, February 2021.
13
Malabika AdakNumerical Solution of Laplace and Poisson Equations for Regular and Irregular Domain using Five-Point Formula1st International Conference on Applied Analysis, Computation and  Mathematical Modelling in Engineering”, AACMME-2021 , Department of Mathematics, NIT Rourkela, 24th-26th February, 2021
14
Arti S. GhogreKantowski-sachs Universe in the varying speed of light theoryJournal of Tensor Society
15
Anushree A.AserkarExpansion Mapping Theorem for Four  mappings satisfying common limit in the range property in b-metric spaceTurkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, Vol.12 No.6 (2021), 2354-2359
16
Monali DhoteOptimum Integer Solution of Goal Programming Problem by Modified Gomory Constraint TechniqueTurkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, Vol.12 No.6 (2021), 3443-3452

Publication Details:   2019-20

Sr. No.
Authors NameTitle of PaperConference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1
Manjusha P.GandhiA fixed Point result satisfying new Contractive Condition in Complete G-Metric SpaceInternational Journal AIP Conference Proceedings
(WoS)
2
Meenal R. KaleTime and Space in the Return of VamanAsian Quarterly an International Journal of Contemporary Issues
3.
Akash D. GedamA Pioneer to the Art of Nasik Cave, Dist. Nasik, MaharashtraInternational Journal of Science & Research(UGC)
4.
Dr. Arvinder KourGreen Marketing Communication and its impact on the consumer buying behaviorNational Journal of Gujrat Research Society(UGC-D)
5.
Dr. Akshaykumar MeshramAn efficient mobile-Healthcare Emergency FrameworkInternational Journal of Medical Systems, Springer Nature (SCI/WoS)
6
Prof. Meenal R. KaleTime and Space in Samitbasu’s TurbulenceInternational Science Journal(UGC)
7
Dr. M. P. GandhiA unique common fixed point theorem for four mappings satisfying common limit in the range property in b-Metric spaceInternational Journal Mathematical Analysis, Springer Nature (WoS)
8
Dr. Adak,M.“ Comparison of Explicit and Implicit Finite difference Schemes on Diffusion Equation”Mathematical Modeling and Computational Tools,
9
Dr. Manjusha P. GandhiCommon Fixed Point Theorem using  new contractive condition in Multiplicative Metric Space85th International Conference of Indian Mathematical Society, 22-25 November 2019
10
Dr. Malabika AdakNumerical solution of Elliptic Dirichlet Robin Initial Boundary Value problem on Square and Triangular Domain85th International Conference of Indian Mathematical Society, 22-25 November 2019
11
Prof. Meenal Ramesh Kale“Time and Space in SumitBasu’s Science Fiction Turbulence”International Interdisciplinary & Multilingual Conference on “Science and Science Fiction :Interdisciplinary and Multi- disciplinary Perspectives,
 10-11Jan 2020
12
Dr. Akash Gedam“Rock Art in Nagpur”All India Oriental Conference , Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Nagpur, 10 – 12 Jan2020
13
Dr. Akash GedamArchaeometryStudyvis-versa Geometrical Ingraving in Konghada cave24th National Conference of Rock Art Society of India, 27-29 Feb 2020
14
Dr. ArvinderkourGreen Marketing Communication and its impact on the consumer buying behaviourInternational Conference  on Recent Innovations in Engineering Science and Management, 23 November 2019
15
Dr. Arti GhogreHigher Dimensional Viscous Cosmology with Inhomogeneous Equation of State and Future Singularity.International Conference on   Physical Chemical and Mathematical Sciences, 13-16 February 2020      
16
Dr. V. G. MiskinExtended Chaplygin Gas equation of State with viscous dissipative new holographic dark energyInternational Conference on   Physical Chemical and Mathematical Sciences , 13-16 February 2020     
17
Prof. Vishakha BhandarkarGlobalization and impact of it over tailoring Business and tailoring ArtsansInternational Conference on sustainable and InclusiveGlobalization16-17 January 2020
18
Dr. Akshaykumar MeshramAn Efficient Fair off-Line Electronic Cash Protocall based on PDL withAnoymity Revoking TrusteeInternational Conference on Mathematical Modelling,Applied Analysis and Computation,8-10 August 2019

Copyright: 2020-21

Sr. No.
Copyright DetailsCopyright Submitted/Received
1
History of Clothing in India duringvarious Time periods  by
Prof.V.D.Bhandarkar
L-93324/2020
Registered
2
Common Fixed point theorem for four mappings in multiplicative metric space  by
Dr. Manjusha P. Gandhi
L-93881/2020
Registered
3
A Fixed Point Theorem for the Class of B Contraction  by
Dr. A. A. Aserker
L-964722020
Registered
4
Communication Skills (Non –Verbal Communication)  by
 Prof.N.K.Thakre,
 Prof.Meenal R.Kale
 L-96168/2020
Registered
5
FOURIER TRANSFORM  by
Prof. A H SIDDIQUI
L-93794/2020
Registered
6
Title: Formulas to calculate Total, Average, and Marginal Values for Utility, Cost, Production, and Revenue in the Economics (Comparison Table)  by
Prof.V.D.Bhandarkar
5686/2021-CO/L
Submitted
7
Title: How to make the best use of College Life by
Dr. Arvinder kour
L-78852/2018
Registered
8
Title: SMART Study: Key To success  by
Dr. Arvinder kour
L-82492/2019
Registered
9
Title: Corona Pandemic : Challenges and Solution by
Dr. Arvinder kour
L-100391/2021
Registered

Copyright:2019-20

Sr. No.
Copyright DetailsCopyright Submitted/Received
1
Tracing of Simple Certesian Curves by
Dr. A. J. Meshram,
Prof D P Bawane
Prof N A Bhosale
Registered
2.
Smart Study: Key to Success by
Dr. Arvinder Kour
Submitted
3.
Non –Verbal Communication by
Prof. N. K. Thakre
& Prof. Meenal R. Kale
Submitted
4.
Confidence interval for large & small samples by
Prof. M. S. Dani
Dr. A. J. Meshram
Registered

Publication Details- 2018-19

Sr. No.
Authors NameTitle of PaperConference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1
Prof. Manjusha Prashant GandhiA unique common fixed point theorem for four mappings satisfying common limit in the range property in b-metric spaceInternational Conference on Recent advances in pure and applied Mathematics 23-25 October 2018
2
Dr. Malabika AdakComparative study for different time level finite difference schemes on heat equation with dirichlet boundary conditionsInternational Conference on Applied and Computational Mathematics 23-25 Nov
3.
Prof. Meenal Ramesh KaleInnovative Practices in Language TeachingNational Conference  on  Teaching English Language and Literature in Indian Context 8-9  December 2018
4.
Prof. Meenal Ramesh KaleTime and Space in return of VamanNational Conference  Science Fiction 15-16  December,2018
5.
Dr. Arti GhogreVarying speed of light in KS ModelNational Conference Relativity and Cosmology 11-14 Oct 2018
6
Prof. Jaya BikramSeminar CompetitionNational Mathematics Day 5/2/2019
7
Dr. . Akash GedamNecessity of social responsibility, Moral and social justice in the democratic processNational Conference on Democracy, Elections and Good Governance 5-6 October,2018
8
Prof. Nanda ThakreInnovative Practices in Language TeachingNational Conference  on  Teaching English Language and Literature in Indian Context 8-9  December 2018
9
Prof. ArvinderkourAn Empirical Study of impact of Green Marketing on Brand Image and ValueInternational Conference  on An empirical study of
Impact of  Green Marketing on the brand image and value Nov 30-2 Dec 2018
10
Prof. ArvinderkourAn Empirical Study of Factors affecting Viral MarketingInternational Conference  on Recent Developments in Science, Engineering, Management and Humanities 13 January 2019
11
Prof. V. G. MiskinQuark MaterialNational Conference Relativity and Cosmology 11-14 Oct 2018
12
Jaya BikramNational Conference On
 Recent Trends In Mathematics
Shree Shivaji Arts, Commerce & Science College, Rajura 16/02/2019
13
Dr. Akash D. Gedam‘Archaematry (Geometrical Engraving) in Kunghada Caves’INDIAN HISTORY CONGRESS 79th SESSION 26th-28th feb 2019
14
Dr. Manjusha P. GandhiQuadraple fixed point theorem for partially ordered Metric space with applications to integral equationshttp:/10. 1007/978-981-13-2095-8_4  
15
Dr. Akash D. Gedam‘Graeco –Roman (Yavanas): A Pioneers to the Buddhist Architecture of  Nasik Caves’Directorate of Culture & Archeolgy Gov. of Chhatisgarh, Raipur-2018
16
Dr. Arvindar kourAn Empirical Study of factors affecting Viral MarketingISSN No. : 2249-7455/ Web: http://www.ijamtes.org

Copyright:2018-19

Sr. No.
Copyright Details
Copyright Submitted/Received
1
Visualization of best fit curve by
Dr. M. P. Gandhi
Registered
2.
Complex Numbers and its application in Engineering by
Dr. Malabika Adak
Registered
3.
Types of Market Structure based on Competition by
Prof Vishakha Bhandarkar
Registered
4
PPT on “How to make best use of college life” by
Dr. Arvinder Kour
Registered
5
Z-Transform by
Prof. Jaya Bikram
Registered
6
Finite Element Analysis of Distortion Prediction on Ship Plates during Welding by
Dr. Malabika Adak
Registered
7
Solution of Second Order Differential Equation by Method of Variation of Parameters by
Dr. A. J. Meshram,  Prof. M. S. Dani,  Prof. D. P. Bawane
Submitted
8
Basic Concepts of Fuzzy Set by
Prof. D. P. Bawane,  Dr. A. J. Meshram, Prof. A. H. Siddiqui
Registered
9
Numerical Methods for solving Algebraic and Transcendental Equations by
Dr. Arti Ghogre
Submitted

Publication Details: 2017-18

Sr. No.
Authors NameTitle of PaperConference / Journal Name ( with issue, volume, page, year)
1
Dr. Malabika AdakApproximation for predicting transient temperature distribution in subsurface of soil and rock with daily and seasonal boundary conditionsVNIT,Nagpur , 22nd December, 2017
2
Dr. Arti GhogareKantowski-Sachs Univerce in varying speed of light theoryKDK college,Nagpur, 29th December, 2017
3
Dr. Akash D. Gedam“A Pioneer to the Art of Nasik Caves”The Indian Art History Congress With Directorate of Museums & Directorate of Archaeology, Ambari, Guwahati(Gov. Of Assam) 22nd  to 24th  December 2017
4
Dr. Akash D. Gedam“A Benign Buddhist Architectural Approach towards Unfinished Nasik Cave”Indian History Congress & Jadavpur University 28th to 30th  December, 2017
5
Dr. M. P. GandhiQuadruple fixed point theorem for partially ordered metric space with Application to integralInternational Conference on Mathematics and Computing,IIT,BHU,Varanasi 9-11th  January 2017
6
Dr. M. P. GandhiUnique common Coupled fixed point therem satisfying contractive condition and its application to contractive conditionInternational Conference on Mathematics and Computing ,IIT,BHU,Varanasi 9-11th  January 2017
7
Dr. Arvinder KourAnalysis of Role ambiguity and Role conflict on the efficacy and commitment of employees at work place13th International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering Science and Management 21st and 22nd January, 2018
8
Dr. M. P. GandhiQuadruple fixed point theoremInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences and Applications,
Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya,Bilaspur 23-25 February 2018
9
Prof. M. R. KaleGender equality wimgs sustainable developmentNational Conference on Gender equality &women empowerment
Village care society& RENAISSANCE college of Computer Science & Advanced Technology in collaboration with Association of Interdisciplinary policy research and Action 6/3/2018
10
Dr. Akash D. GedamEngraving in Nasik caves-X,Nasik, MaharashtraNational Seminar on Contribution of Folk Traditions in Indian Culture 17-18 /3/2018
11
Dr. Akash D. GedamKala Ka Bodh Dharma and Sanskriti me YogdanInternational Conference on Buddhism in Contemporary times Relevance for peace, Non violence and social Harmony 21-22 June
12
Dr. Arvinder KourAnalysis of consumer Perception on Brands that Promote Green MarketingHUSO 2018 Canadian InternationalConference on Humanities and Social Science sche dule 19-20 May

Students Forum

Session Chapter
2022-23 06
2021-22 07
2020-21 03
2019-20 11

2022-23

Sr. No. Name of Chapter Activity Conducted Date of Activity Name of Co-ordinator
1 ISTE JUST DO IT 4/11/22-12/11/22 Dr. Monali G. Dhote, Prof.Miss Purva Khot
2 ISTE FUNDAMANTAL CONCEPT OF MATHEMATICS 4/11/22-12/11/22 Dr. Akshay Meshram, Prof. N. A. Bhosale, Prof. A.H Siddiqui
3 ISTE UNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES 7/11/22 – 15/11/22 Prof. Priya Belsare, Prof. Swati Ingole
4 Language Lab and Literature Club MEGALITHIC CULTURE IN IRON AGE 10/12/2022 Dr. Akash D. Gedam, Prof. Prashant L. Dhenge
5 Language Lab and Literature Club INTERVIEW SKILLS & RESUME BUILDING 04 /1/23 – 05/1/23 Dr.Meenal R Kale & Prof.Nanda K Thakre
6 Language Lab and Literature Club HERITAGE WALK 14/05/2023 Dr. A. D. Gedam, Mr. Prashant L Dhenge,

2021-22

Sr. No. Name of Chapter Activity Conducted Date of Activity Name of Coordinator
1 ISTE Entrepreneurship Skill Development 27-02-2022 Manjusha P.Gandhi,Dnyaneshwar Bawane,Monali G.Dhote
2 ISTE Vedic Mathematics 13/12/21 TO 15/12/21 Manjusha P.Gandhi,Dnyaneshwar Bawane,Monali G.Dhote
3 ISTE JUST DO IT 13/12/21 TO 18/12/21 Dr. Anushree Aserkar,Dr. A. S. Ghogre, Prof Monali Dhote, Prof.Purva Khot
4 ISTE Fundamental Concept of Mathematics 13/12/21 TO 18/12/21 M. N. Dandale, N. J. Wange, N. A. Bhosale
5 Language Lab and Literature Club Personal and Professional Goal 17/12/21 TO 18/12/21 Dr. Arvinder Kour
6 Language Lab and Literature Club Universal Human values in Induction program 13/12/21 TO 18/12/21 Anjali Chitale, Komal Vaidya
7 Language Lab and Literature Club Interective session on ‘ Defence Forces Awarness”byFLT Sonali Shirpurkar 25/10/2021 Dr. Meenal R. kale

2020-21

Sr. No.
Name of Chapter Activity Conducted Date of Activity Name of coordinator
1
ISTE “Workshop on Fundamental concept of Mathematics” 29.07.2019 To31.07.2019 Dr.A.J.Meshram,Prof.Nilesh Bhosale
2
Literature Club Workshop on “A Stress Relief and Pranic Healing Session “ 5.10.2019 Prof.M.R.Kale
3
Language Lab and Literature Club In-house Debate Competition 10.10.2019 Prof.M.R.Kale
4
ISTE Seminar on “ Application of Differential Equation and Complex Number in Engineering”by Dr.Abha Sargaokar,P.Scientist,NEERI 11.11.2019 Dr.M.Adak & Prof.Milind Dandale
5
Language Lab and Literature Club Novel Reading Session 16th October 2019 Prof.M.R.Kale
6
ISTE Workshop on Career Progression 7th January 2020 Dr.Arvinderkour,Prof.Vishakha Bhandarkar,Prof. S.S.Ashtankar
7
Language Lab and Literature Club Alliancing interpersonal skills and psychological temperament-with specific emphasis on relationship 7th Feb 2020 Prof.M.R.Kale
8
Language Lab and Literature Club Group discussion and interview skills  workshop for bright students 25th Feb 2020 Prof.M.R.Kale
9
SDP on “ C and CPP”,  IIT- Bombay online 29thApril to 6th May2020 Dr. Malabika Adak, Dr.A.J.Meshram
10
Language Lab and Literature Club  “Quarantine fest” -compition on poetry , story telling and essay writing 4th  May 2020   Prof.Meenal R.Kale
11
 Language Lab and Literature Club  ‘Scripsi- E newsletter’ 2Nd June 2020 Prof.Meenal R.Kale
12
“Workshop on Fundamental concept of Mathematics” 21-01-2021 to 24-01-2021 Dr. Malabika Adak Prof.Nilesh Bhosale Prof. Monali Dhote
13
SDP on Application of Derivative And Integration 27th March 2021 Dr. P. B. Bahatkar, Prof. M. N. Dandale
14
SDP on Application of Mathematics and statastics in real life 26th March 2021 Prof. M. S. Dani & Dr. A. J. Meshram

EVENTS

2022-23

Sr. No.Event TypeTitle of EventDateEvent DetailsCo-ordinator
1TechnicalJUST DO IT4/11/22-12/11/22Organized for First Year StudentsDr.Monali G. Dhote, Prof.Miss Purva Khot
2TechnicalFUNDAMANTAL CONCEPT OF MATHEMATICS4/11/22-12/11/22Organized for First Year StudentsDr. Akshay Meshram, Prof. N. A. Bhosale, Prof. A.H Siddiqui
3TechnicalUNIVERSAL HUMAN VALUES7/11/22 – 15/11/22Organized for First Year StudentsProf. Priya Belsare, Prof. Swati Ingole
4TechnicalMEGALITHIC CULTURE IN IRON AGE10/12/2022Organized for First Year StudentsDr. Akash D. Gedam, Prof. Prashant L. Dhenge
5TechnicalINTERVIEW SKILLS & RESUME BUILDING04 /1/23 – 05/1/23Organized for First Year StudentsDr.Meenal R Kale &Prof.Nanda K Thakre
6TechnicalHERITAGE WALK14/05/2023Organized for First Year StudentsDr. A. D. Gedam, Mr. Prashant L Dhenge,
SN.
Event typeTitle of EventDateEvent DetailsCoordinators
1
Technical“Workshop on Fundamental concept of Mathematics”29.07.2019 To 31.07.2019Organized for First Year StudentsDr.A.J.Meshram,Prof.Nilesh Bhosale
2
TechnicalOne day workshop on “Skill and Personality Development21.8.2019for SC/ ST StudentsDr.Arvinderkour
3
TechnicalWorkshop on “A Stress Relief and Pranic Healing Session “5.10.2019Organized for First Year StudentsProf.M.R.Kale
4
TechnicalIn-house Debate Competition10.10.2019Organized for First Year StudentsProf.M.R.Kale
5
TechnicalSeminar on “ Application of Differential Equation and Complex Number in Engineering”by Dr.Abha Sargaokar,P.Scientist,NEERI11.11.2019Organized for First Year Bright StudentsDr.M.Adak & Prof.Milind Dandale
6
TechnicalNovel Reading Session16th October 2019Organized for First Year StudentsProf.M.R.Kale
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TechnicalWorkshop on Career Progression7th January 2020Organized for First Year StudentsDr.Arvinderkour,Prof.Vishakha Bhandarkar,Prof. S.S.Ashtankar
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TechnicalAlliancing interpersonal skills and psychological temperament-with specific emphasis on relationship7th Feb 2020Organized for First Year StudentsProf.M.R.Kale
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TechnicalGroup discussion and interview skills workshop25th Feb 2020Organized for First Year Bright StudentsProf.M.R.Kale
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TechnicalTeam Building23rd April 2020Organized for Non -Teaching staffDr.Arvinder kour
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TechnicalSDP on “ C and CPP”, IIT- Bombay online29thApril to 6th May2020Online Workshop in association with Spoken Tutorial IITB Organized for First Year StudentsDr. Malabika Adak, Dr.A.J.Meshram
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TechnicalOnline FDP on “ Application of GeoGebra”01st to 05th June 2020Online FDP in association with Spoken Tutorial IITB Organized for faculty at National levelDr. M.P. GANDHI
Dr. M. ADAK
Prof. D.P. BAWANE
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TechnicalHow to get work done from employees10th June 2020Online Workshop for Administrative OfficersDr.Arvinder kour
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Technical“Quarantine fest” -competition on poetry , story telling and essay writing4th May 2020Online activity Organized for First Year StudentsProf.Meenal R.Kale
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Technical‘Scripsi- E newsletter’
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2nd June 2020Creative work in Quarentine periodProf.Meenal R.Kale
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FDPMoodle Learning Management System 14-09-2020 to 19-09-2020Online FDP in association with Spoken Tutorial IITB Organized for faculty at National levelDr. A. S. Ghogre
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SDP“Workshop on Fundamental concept of Mathematics”21-01-2021 to 24-01-2021Organized for First Year StudentsDr. Malabika Adak
Prof.Nilesh Bhosale
Prof. Monali Dhote
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SDPSDP on Application of Derivative And Integration27th March 2021Organized for First Year StudentsDr. P. B. Bahatkar, Prof. M. N. Dandale
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SDPSDP on Application of Mathematics and statastics in real life26th March 2021Organized for First Year StudentsProf. M. S. Dani & Dr. A. J. Meshram
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Staff DPImproving work efficiency5th April,2021Organized for Non teaching staffDr.Arvinder Kour