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Department of Civil Engineering

In the past years, Civil Engineers have been instrumental in the design and construction of various infrastructural marvels such as buildings, bridges, highways, water treatment facilities, and environmental structures. Today, the role of a Civil Engineer extends beyond mere construction; they must also assess the impact of degradation on infrastructure, taking into account environmental and economic sustainability.

To meet the evolving demands of the field, Civil Engineers require a comprehensive understanding of both traditional principles and cutting-edge technologies to address complex interdisciplinary challenges.

Our institution stands as one of the best engineering colleges in Nagpur, offering a comprehensive four-year Bachelor’s Degree program in Civil Engineering, boasting an intake of 120 students. Additionally, we provide specialized two-year Master’s degree courses in Structural Engineering and Environmental Engineering, with intakes of 18 and 12 respectively. Moreover, we offer three programs for B.Tech. HONORS in Civil Engineering and one program of B.Tech. Minor in Civil Engineering.

Recognized as an active research hub under the RTM Nagpur University, our Civil Engineering department has conferred 32 Ph.D. degrees and 01 M.E. By Research degree. Presently, 18 Ph.D. research scholars are actively pursuing their research endeavors within the department. The Civil Engineering Department has 18 Ph.D. faculties and 13 faculties are pursuing their doctoral degree. 
With an A++ grade accreditation from the NAAC in 2022; our institution is among the best in Central India. NBA accreditation was granted to the B. Tech. in Civil Engineering program for a period of six years in 2023. NBA accreditation for three years was granted to the M. Tech. in Structural Engineering program in 2023. The department’s scope of non-destructive testing in the Concrete Technology Laboratory has been accredited by NABL. 

Equipped with a dedicated computer center furnished with essential resources such as computers, printers, scanners, and industry-standard software like AutoCAD, STAAD-Pro, ETABS, and Auto-civil, our students have access to cutting-edge technology. Furthermore, networking and internet facilities further enhance the learning experience.

Over the years, our department has nurtured and produced numerous distinguished engineers who have made substantial contributions across various sectors within the Civil Engineering domain.

At our institution, we are committed to providing a holistic education that combines theoretical knowledge with practical skills, preparing our students to become leaders and innovators in the field of Civil Engineering.

Vision of the Department

To become most sought-after destination for learning and research in civil engineering. 

Mission of the Department

To prepare Civil Engineering professionals by practicing analytical, design tools, Field learning and live industrial projects in conducive environment.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO 1:- To prepare students to succeed in employment, profession and/or to purse post graduation and research in civil engineering discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general.
  • PEO 2:-To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to formulate, analyse and solve civil engineering related problems.
  • PEO 3:-To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge in breadth in order to solve mathematical problems related to analysis and design of various systems pertaining to different fields of Civil Engineering in order to utilize their skills to perform location surveying, cost estimates and activities related to Civil Engineering projects, using conventional and modern engineering tools.
  • PEO 4:-To inculcate ethical practices and to establish understanding of professionalism, safety, sustainability, their duties and contribution to the society.
  • PEO 5:-To provide students with academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and to enable them to understand the significance of life –long learning in global perspective.

Program Outcomes

  • PO 1 – Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO 3 – Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO 4 – Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO 5 – Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 6 – The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO 7 – Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8 – Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9 – Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 10 – Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO 11 – Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO 12 – Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO 1 – Execute analysis of various structures including hydraulic and environmental structures and carry out their design.
  • PSO 2 – Examine geotechnical and other parameters for design of foundations, earthen dams, tunnels, bridges and roads. 
  • PSO 3 – Execute the location survey and quantity survey for cost estimation of all types of structures including interpretation of Civil Engineering drawing.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of M. Tech. (Structural Engineering)

  • PEO 1 – To provide fundamental knowledge of Civil engineering in general and Structural Engineering in specific for better understanding of various Structural systems.
  • PEO 2 – To provide understanding of and ability to apply Structural engineering knowledge and approaches to generate effective engineering solutions. 
  • PEO 3 – To provide academic environment to work independently and in a team , to initiate research in demanding areas and develop a habit of upgrading knowledge of advancements in technologies for sustainable development in conjunction with contemporary issues.  
  • PEO 4 – To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills to become successful professional and understand responsibility towards wellbeing of society.

Program outcomes (POs)of M. Tech. (Structural Engineering)

  • PO 1 – An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering
  • PO 2 – An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering
  • PO 3 – An ability demonstrate advances in structural engineering.
  • PO 4 – An ability to learn and apply advanced engineering techniques and software tools
  • PO 5 – An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society.
  • PO 6 – An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of M. Tech. (Environmental Engineering)

  • PEO 1 – To provide fundamental knowledge of Civil engineering in general and Environmental Engineering in specific for better understanding of various environmental systems.
  • PEO 2 – To provide understanding of and ability to apply environmental engineering knowledge and approaches to generate effective engineering solutions. 
  • PEO 3 – To provide academic environment to work independently and in a team , to initiate research in demanding areas and develop a habit of upgrading knowledge of advancements in technologies for sustainable development in conjunction with contemporary issues.  
  • PEO 4 – To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills to become successful professional and understand responsibility towards wellbeing of society.

Program Outcomes of M. Tech Environmental Engineering Programme

  • PO 1 – An ability to carry out experimental investigation as well as use of software tools for conducting independently a research work
  • PO 2 – An ability to design various units and systems for treatments of water and wastewater, supply of water as well as collection of wastewater
  • PO 3 – An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document as well as demonstrate communication and presentation skill.
  • PO 4 – An ability to understand impact of pollutants on environmental and ways means to control the pollution of environmental including using management tools.

Course Outcomes (CO)

1) UG – View Details
2) PG 1 – View Details
3) PG 2 – View Details

CO/PO Attainment

2020-21
2019-20

Civil Department (HOD)

Welcome to the esteemed Department of Civil Engineering at Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur, accredited A++ Grade by NAAC in 2022. one of the best engineering colleges in Nagpur, ranked among the top institutions in central India for Engineering & Technology. Established in 1984, our department provides a vibrant and nurturing environment for academic and research pursuits.

Offering a comprehensive undergraduate program in B.Tech. Civil Engineering with an intake of 120 students, and received NBA accreditation for 06 years in 2023. along with specialized postgraduate programs in Structural Engineering received NBA accreditation for 03 years in 2023 and Environmental Engineering, our department is dedicated to academic excellence and innovation. Recognized as a research center affiliated with Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, we have successfully conferred 32 Ph.D. degrees, with 18 research scholars currently engaged in doctoral studies.

Our faculty members, comprising 18 Ph.D. holders and 13 doctoral candidates, are deeply committed to fostering excellence in both teaching and research. With a focus on practical training and hands-on experience, our curriculum prepares students for dynamic careers in construction, environmental, water resources, transportation, and geotechnical engineering domains.
The department also received NABL accreditation for scope of non-destructive testing in Concrete Technology Laboratory. 

To enhance the overall learning experience, our department offers minor programs in Civil Engineering and three honor programs in Construction Technology, Environmental Engineering, and Remote Sensing & GIS. We actively engage with professional bodies such as the Institution of Engineers (India) and the Indian Water Works Association (IWWA), providing students with opportunities for networking and skill development.

Furthermore, our department facilitates internships and industry collaborations with prestigious organizations like CSIR-NEERI, Ashtavinayak Planner & Developers Pvt. Ltd., and CADD Center Training Services Pvt. Ltd., enabling students to gain practical exposure and real-world insights.

We take pride in our dedicated technical support staff, who are known for their friendliness, approachability, and expertise. At YCCE Nagpur, we welcome bright minds and encourage you to explore our webpage for more information. Join us and embark on a transformative academic journey towards a rewarding career in Civil Engineering.

SR. NO.  NAME  DESIGNATION  JOINING DATE  QUALIFICATION  NATURE OF ASSOCIATION
1 DR. UDAYKUMAR P WAGHE Professor, Principal 1986-07-14 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
2 DR. SANJAY PADMAKAR RAUT  Professor, HOD 2007-06-28 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
3 DR. ABHAY VINAYAKRAO PATIL Professor, Dean (Acad. Matters) 1986-07-21 Ph. D.; M. E. (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
4 DR. SUDHIR VASANTRAO AMBEKAR Professor 1986-08-14 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
5 DR. VILAS GANUJI MESHRAM Associate Professor 1989-07-29 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
6 DR. AJAY RAMDAS GAJBHIYE Professor 1990-08-01 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Hydraulic Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
7 DR. RAJENDRA RUPRAOJI DIGHADE Associate Professor 1990-09-07 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Hydraulic Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
8 MR. DEVENDRA RAJRAM RAUT Associate Professor, C.O.E. 2011-10-03 M. Tech (Hydraulic Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
9 DR. BHUPESH PURSHOTTAM NANDURKAR Assistant Professor 2001-12-16 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
10 DR. MS. MADHURI SHANKARRAO BHAGAT Assistant Professor 2005-08-01 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Hydraulic Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
11 MRS. VAISHALI NILESH MENDHE (BHADKE) Assistant Professor 2008-06-10 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
12 MS. CHARUTA SUBHASH WAGHMARE Assistant Professor 2008-06-10 M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
13 DR. MRS. BOSKEY VISHAL BAHORIA Assistant Professor 2020-08-07 Ph. D. ; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
14 MR. KHALID SHAMIM ANSARI Assistant Professor 2011-06-13 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
15 MR. HARSHAL RAMESHRAO NIKHADE Assistant Professor 2011-11-18 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
16 DR. JAYANT MANOHAR RAUT Assistant Professor 2011-12-01 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Geotechnical Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
17 MR. DHIRAJ GIRIDHARILAL AGRAWAL Assistant Professor 2012-01-17 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
18 MR. PAWAN KESHAORAO HINGE Assistant Professor 2012-07-11 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
19 MS. AMRUTA ARUN YADAV (ADEKAR) Assistant Professor 2012-07-24 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
20 DR. PRASHANT BABANRAO PANDE  Assistant Professor 2013-07-08 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Geotechnical Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
21 MR. VIVEK DNYANDEO JAYALE Assistant Professor 2013-07-08 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
22 MR. ATUL SAMBHUJI KURZEKAR  Assistant Professor 2013-07-08 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
23 MS. SANGITA SHIVCHARAN MESHRAM (SUKHADEVE)  Assistant Professor 2013-07-09 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
24 DR. HARSHAL MADHUKAR WARADE Assistant Professor 2014-01-01 Ph.  D.; M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
25 MS. SNEHAL KARUNKUMAR KAMBLE (PATANKAR)  Assistant Professor 2014-06-27 M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
26 MR. SAGAR WASUDEO DHENGARE  Assistant Professor 2014-06-27 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
27 MS. PALLAVI SHALIKRAM CHAKOLE (BANKAR) Assistant Professor 2014-06-27 M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
28 MR. SANKET GAJANAN KALAMKAR Assistant Professor 2014-06-27 M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
29 MS. MONALI REWASHANKAR WAGH (NIKHADE) Assistant Professor 2015-04-23 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
30 MR. YOGESH PRABHAKARRAO KHERDE Assistant Professor 2015-04-28 M. S. (Structural Dynamics); M. Tech (Transportation Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
31 MS. SNEHA GOWARDHAN HIREKHAN (WANKHEDE) Assistant Professor 2015-05-15 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engg.); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
32 MR. RAJESH MADHUKAR BHAGAT Assistant Professor 2015-05-19 Ph. D.; M. Tech (Environmental Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
33 MS. MONIKA DEVPRATP TIWARI Assistant Professor 2023-07-14 M. Tech (Environmental Engg.); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
34 MRS. PAYAL VIVEK JAYALE Assistant Professor 2023-08-28 M. E. (Geotechnical Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
35 MS. MRUDUL ANIL WAIRAGADE Assistant Professor 2023-09-13 M. Tech (Environmental Engg.); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
36 MR. NIMISH ATUL PATANKAR Assistant Professor 2024-01-01 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
37 MR. NIRAJ SUDHAKAR DESHMUKH Assistant Professor 2024-01-01 M. Tech (Structural Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
38 MS. RADHIKA YOGESH KHERDE Assistant Professor 2024-01-01 M. Tech (Geotechnical Engineering); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
39 MS. MEENAL VASANT DHENGRE Assistant Professor 2024-01-01 M. Tech (Structural Engg.); B. E. (Civil Engineering) Regular
Program Intake
B.Tech. Civil Engineering 120
B.Tech. Honors (Remote Sensing and GIS)
B.Tech. Honors (Environmental Engineering)
B.Tech. Minors (Introduction to Civil Engineering)
M. Tech Structural Engineering 18
M. Tech Environmental Engineering 12
Ph. D. Civil Engineering 20

Major Equipment and Facilities 

Computer Lab of the department is well equipped with 156 computers in three computer laboratories. 

  • Proceq Hammer for Non-destructive testing of concrete. 
  • Plate Lode test apparatus. 
  • Triaxial Compressive strength apparatus. 
  • Profometer (Rebar locator). 
  • Shotcrete gun. 
  • Computer Lab of the department is well equipped with 105 computers. 
  • Software line: Bentley Academic Select 2017 which consists of STAAD Pro 2017, Water Gems, Sewer Gems etc. STAAD Pro and Auto Civil Ver-7, ETABS 2016. 
  • Software consisting of 11 modules performs calculation analysis, design and drafting for areas of surveying mapping, earth worth and Hydraulics. 

List of program-specific Labs 

SN Name of the Laboratory  Assigned Number to the Laboratory Room 
1 Strength of Material Laboratory CE 0-02 
2 Transportation Engineering Laboratory  CE 0-06 
3 Structural Analysis Laboratory  CE 0-07 
4 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory  CE-0-09 
5 Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory SH-02 
6 Concrete Technology Laboratory  SH-03 
7 Survey Laboratory SH-04 
8 Water Supply & Sanitary Laboratory CE 1-04 
9 Computer Laboratory- I  CE 1-03 
10 Computer Laboratory – II  CE 1-05 
11 Computer Laboratory-III CE 1-02 
12 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory CE-1-11 A 
13 Structural Dynamics Laboratory CE-1-09 A 
14 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory CE 0-08 

Laboratory Details 

S.N.  Name of the Laboratory  

Name of Lab 

In-charge 

Supporting Staff  Area Major Equipment Total Investment
 

(In Rupees) 

1 Strength of Material Laboratory Mr. S.W. Dhengare Mr. D. S. Tiwari 76.21 sq. m. Universal testing machine with all accessories 2165545.00 
2 Transportation Engineering Laboratory  Mr. Y. P. Kherde Mr. I.H. Bhadre 75.72 sq. m. Dig. Marshal Apparatus, Single Speed Digital AIM-550-2, Compression testing machine digital 1010785.00 
3 Structural Analysis Laboratory  Mrs. V.N. Mendhe Mr. Y. N. Choudhary 76.21 sq. m. 10 Ton loading frame 1132631.00 
4 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory  Dr. M. S. Bhagat Mr. D.S. Tiwari 86.69 sq. m. Bernoulli’s Theorem apparatus, Discharge Over Notches 1320290.00 
5 Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory Dr. J. M. Raut Mr. S.M. Kakde 96.53 sq. m. Consolidation Apparatus three-gauge, New Bench Type Model Electronic, triaxial Test Apparatus 2216391.00 
6 Concrete Technology Laboratory  

Dr. A. V. Patil 

Mr. P. K. Hinge 

Mr. P. H. Lute 286 sq. m. Profometer, Cement gun with accessories, Pundit Ultrasonic Testing Instrument, Humidity Chamber / Stability Chamber, Compression testing machine 200 T electrically operated 5937890.00 
7 Survey Laboratory Dr. H. R. Nikhade Ms. S. H. Nanhe 84.80 sq. m. Total Station with Accessories  3580564.00 
8 Water Supply & Sanitary Laboratory Dr. K. S. Ansari Mr. P.K. Meghe 76.65 sq. m. Pollution Testing Equipment’s – Smoke meter, Digital spectrophotometer Type 118, Digital Reactor Block 2554852.00 
9 Computer Laboratory- I  Dr. D. G. Agrawal Mr. A.R. Sheikh 71.88 sq. m. Autodesk Educational Solution Set (Civil), STARD Pro. V8i Single User 8393025.00 
10 Computer Laboratory – II  Dr. D. G. Agrawal Mr. A.R. Sheikh 76.21 sq. m. Autodesk Educational Solution Set (Civil) 2144081.00 
11 Computer Laboratory-III Mrs. M. R. Wagh Mr. A.R. Sheikh 76.21 sq. m. Academic select offering 1169999.00 
12 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory Ms. C. S. Waghmare Mr. P.K. Meghe 79.00 sq. m. Inverted Microscope – 6000 DCT H Image Analysis Software Phase Contrast Attachment 296706.00 
13 Structural Dynamics Laboratory Dr. S. G. Hirekhan Mr. S.M. Kakde 57.36 sq. m. Real-Time Analysis, Impulse Force Hammer 817378.00 
14 Engineering Mechanics Laboratory Mr. A. S. Kurzekar Mr. Y. N. Choudhary 97.54 sq. m. Universal Force Table, Fletcher’s Trolley 121172.00 
Total Investment (In Rupees) 32861309.00 

Areas of Consultancy 

  • Ferro Cement, Fly ash Utilization, Concrete mix design. 
  • CADD. 
  • Structural analysis and design of Buildings & Industrial structures. 
  • Non-Destructive Testing of concrete. 
  • Design of environmental structures and systems. 
  • Contouring and other survey work. 
  • Plate Load Test and other Soil Tests. 
  • Design of treatment units for water & wastewater. 
  • Rehabilitation of structures. 
  • Third-Party Technical Audit of Civil Works for Municipal Councils. (09 Municipal Councils) 

Testing Facilities & Departmental Projects

  • Tension, Compression, Shear, and Flexure tests on materials including steel bars tile. 
  • Fatigue test on metals. 
  • Tests on concrete mortar and cement. 
  • Non-destructive testing of concrete. 
  • Testing of wall panels, bricks, and blocks. 
  • Physical and chemical characterization of water & wastewater. 
  • Tests on soil samples including triaxial test and direct shear test, Plate load Test 

Faculty Achievement (2023-24) 

  SN  Name of the Award/ Recognition    Name of Faculty    Title\Particulars    Name of the Awarding Body/Agency    Date 
1  PhD Award  Dr. Rajesh M. Bhagat  Development of Composite Adsorbent for Removal of Heavy Metal from Industrial Wastewater.  RTMNU, Nagpur     12.03.2024 
2  Grant/Funding  Prof.Charuta Waghmare,   Prof.S. G. Kalamker  Sustainable Approaches towards Environmental Management  Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB)  12.02.2024 
3  Grant/Funding  Dr.S.P. Raut   Dr.D. G. Agrawal   Ms.M. R.  Wagh  Global Challenges, Local Solutions: Civil Engineering Symposium  Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB)  12.02.2024 
4  SCIE paper  Dr.U.P.Waghe,  Dr.D.G.Agrawal,  Dr.Khalid Ansari,  Ms.M.R.Wagh  Enhancing Eco-Concrete Performance Through Synergistic Integration Of Sugarcane, Metakaolin, And Crumb Rubber: Experimental Investigation And Response Surface Optimization  Journal of Engineering Research  14.09.2023 
5  SCIE paper  Dr. D. G. Agrawal,  Dr.U.P. Waghe,  Dr. Khalid Ansari  Optimization of eco-friendly Concrete With Recycled Coarse Aggregates And Rubber Particles As Sustainable Industrial Byproducts For Construction Practices  Heliyon, Journal  02.02 2024 
6  Phd Award  Dr. D. G. Agrawal  Design & Investigation Of   Concrete Using Rubber Waste    RTMNU, Nagpur     09.01.2024 
7  Phd Award  Dr. S. G. Hirekhan  Seismic Damage Assessment Of Reinforced  Concrete Buildings Subjected To Blast Loading Using Performance-Based Seismic Assessment Procedures  Kalinga University, Naya Raipur  22.11.2023 
8  Patent  Dr. Prashant B. Pande  Dr. S. R. Khandeshwar  Dr.Jayant M. Raut  Apparatus To Determine Bearing Capacity Of Soil  Indian Patent Office  29.11.2023 
9  Patent  Dr.P. B. Pande  Dr.H. M. Warade  A Hollow Reinforced Brick    Indian Patent Office  20.09.2023 
10  Patent   Dr.Prashant B. Pande,  Dr.Jayant M.Raut  A Latch Circuit Based Portable Site-Specific Landslide Early Warning system   Indian Patent Office  13.09.2023 
11  Patent  Dr. Sneha G. Hirekhan  Air Quality Detection Smart Window Partition  Indian Patent Office  24.08.2023 
12  SCIE paper  Prof.Sagar Dhengare  Development And Characterization Of Red Matta Rice Husk Derived   Si2N2O Bio CeramicEpoxy Nanocomposite Coating For Damage   And Barrier Protection Of Building Materials    Biomass Conversion and Refinery   https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-023-04905-3    07.09.2023   
13  SCIE paper  Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare   Experimental Investigation of H3PO4 Activated Papaya Peels for Methylene Blue Dye Removal from Aqueous Solution: Evaluation on Optimization, Kinetics, Isotherm, Thermodynamics, and Reusability Studies   Journal of Environmental Management dated   21.07.2023 
14  Phd Award  Dr. Harshal Rameshrao Nikhade,  Experimental Studies On Bagasse Ash And Blast Furnance Slag Based Material Reinforced With Glass Fibres  RTMNU, Nagpur  01.08.2023 
15  Phd Award  Dr. Khalid S.Ansari  Development Of Multistage Hybrid Electrocoagulation System For Domestic Gray Water Treatment  RTMNU, Nagpur  01.08.2023 

Faculty Award/Achievement (2022-23) 

  SN  Name of the Award/ Recognition    Name of Faculty    Title\Particulars    Name of the Awarding Body/Agency    Date 
1.  SCIE paper  Dr. H.M. Warade , Dr. K.S. Ansari  Optimizing The Grass Bio Methanation In Lab Scale Reactor Utilizing Response Surface Methodology    Sustainability Bio-fuels Taylor & Francis, Journal    28.01.2023   
2.  SCIE paper  Ms. S.S Meshram , Dr. S.P. Raut   Waste Slags As Sustainable Construction Materials a Compressive Review On Physico Mechanical Properties  Sustainability Journal Of Materials Research And Technology, Journal     28.01. 2023. 
3. SCIE paper  Dr.H.R.Nikhade  Dr. K.S.Ansari     Behavior Of Geomaterial Composite Using Sugar Cane Bagasse Ash Under Compressive And Flexural Loading    Materials, Journal    02.03 2023 
4.  SCIE paper  Dr.Jayant M. Raut a , Dr. Shantau R. Khandeshwar , Dr.Prashant Pande   Physical Modeling And Analysis Of Cast -In-Situ Reinforced Cement Concrete Piled Raft In Clayey Soil  KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering DOI 10.1007/s12205-023-0507-0  27.02.2023 
5.  SCIE paper  Ms.Sangita Meshram,Dr.S.P. Raut , Dr.Khalid Ansari   Waste Slags As Sustainable Construction Materials: a Compressive Review On Physio Mechanical Properties  Journal of Material Research and Technology  28.03.2023 
6.    Best Article    Dr. Khalid S. Ansari    Dr. P.R. Bhave Memorial Prize For Best Article Award    55th Annual Convention, 2023 Organized By : IWWA Pune Centre    22.03. 2023. 
7.      SCIE paper  Mr. Dhiraj G. Agrawal Dr. Uday Waghe Mr. Khalid S. Ansari , Dr. Rajendra Dighade    Experimental Effect Of Pre-Treatment Of Rubber Fibers On Mechanical Properties Of Rubberized Concrete.      Journal Of Material Research And Technology    13.01.2023 
8.      Patent    Dr. Madhur S. Bhagat, Dr. Ajay R. Gajbhiye,Dr. Jayant M. Raut      A Briquette Making Machine”      Indian Patent Office    30.12.2022. 
9.      Patent  Dr. Jayant M. Raut ,Dr. Shantau R. Khandeshwar Dr.  Prashant B. Pande    An Instrument For Determining Bearing capacity Of Soil Under Dynamic Load      Indian Patent Office    30, December  2022. 
10.       Patent    Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare, Mr. Khalid  S. Ansari , Dr. S.  R. Khandeshwar , Mrs. Vaishali N. Mendhe        A Multistage Bucket For Floor Cleaning        Indian Patent Office      28.12.2022. 
11.    ISO/IEC  certification    Mr. Pawan K. Hinge & Mr. Dhiraj G. Agrawal  TQM Certifications for Laborartory Quality Management System and Interal Audit as per ISO/IEC 17025:2017    ISO/IEC    21.12.2022. 
12.   Text Book  Dr. Uday Waghe , Dr. Sanjay P. Raut , Mr. Dhiraj Agrawal    Matrix Analysis of Structures : Stiffness Approach,    Evince Publisher.ISBN : 978-93-5673-159-2   
13.    SCIE paper    Mr. Khalid Ansari,  Optimization And Operational Analysis Of Domestic Greywater Treatment By Electrocoagulation Filtration Using Response Surface Methodology    Sustainability Journal  21.11.2022 
14.    SCIE paper    Mr. Khalid Ansari,  Properties And Applications Of Geopolymer Composites A Review Study Of Mechanical And Microstructural Properties    Scientific Report Journal  17.11. 2022 
15.      SCIE paper    Dr. Rajendra R. Dighade    Parametric Investigation And Economic Design Of Slender Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete Beams Using Shear Resisting Mechanisms Approach      Structures Elsevier Journal    05.11.2022 
16.  ISO, Certification    Dr. Harshal M. Warade  Succeesfuly Clear The Examination Of Iso 14001 : 2015 Lead Auditior (Environmental Mangment System) Training Course In    ISO    01.11.2022. 
17.   SCIE paper    Mr. Khalid Ansari,  “Adsorption Of Indigo Carmine Dye By Acacia Nilotica Sawdust Activated Carbon In Fixed Bed Column”    Scientific Report Q1 Journal    15.09.2022 
18.    Patent  Dr. S.P. Raut & Mr. Udaysingh Patil  A Composition And Method For Making High- Strength Lightweight Sustainable Bricke From Textile    Indian Patent Office    13.09.2022. 

Faculty Award/Achievement (2021-22) 

  SN  Name of the Award/ Recognition    Name of Faculty    Title\Particulars    Name of the Awarding Body/Agency    Date 
  1    SCIE paper    Dr. S.V. Ambekar  Perfomance Evaluation Of Microbial Fuel Cell Using Novel Anode Design And With Low-Cost Components  Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science    28.03.2022 
    2      SCIE paper    Mr. Khalid Ansari, Dr.  S.R. Khandeshwar, Ms. Charuta Waghmare    Experimental Evaluation of Industrial Mushroom Waste Substrate using Hybrid Mechanism of Vermicomposting and Effective Microorganisms      Materials MDPI Q1 Quality Journal      19.04.2022 
    3      Best Paper    Mr. Khalid Ansari Dr.S.R. Khandeshwar      Recent Advances in Materials  International Conference Manufacturing and Machine Learning (RAMMML-2022)” organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering YCCE    27.04.2022 
    4      Best Paper      Mr. Dhiraj Agrawal, Dr. Uday Waghe      Effect of Micro-silica and Crumb Rubber on Mechanical Properties of Concrete   Recent advancement Infrastructural Development, Water Management & Climate Change(IOP Conference Series (Earth and Environmental Science) Indexed by SCOPUS      08.07.2022 
  5    Best Paper  Dr. J.M. Raut, Dr. S.R.  Khandeshwar, Dr. P.B. Pande    Development Of Methodology And Process Of Soil Stabilization Using Fly Ash And Plastic Waste   International Conference On Recent Advances In Material,Manufacturing And Machine Learning-2022    27.04.2022 
    6      Consultancy  Dr. A.V. Patil, Dr.S.P. Raut, Dr. P.B.Pande,Dr.H.M. Warade, Mr.  P.K. Hinge, Mr. D.G. Agrawal      Consultancy Worth Of Rs. 10.00 Lakhs        27.04.2022 
  7    Patent    Dr. A.V. Patil & Dr. S.P.Raut  Structure Unit Having Expanded Metal Mesh As a Requirement And Method For Manufacturing The Structure Unit    Indian Patent Office    15.12.2021. 
    8      SCIE paper      Mr. Khalid Ansari    Shrinkage Study And Strength Aspects Of Concrete With Foundry Sand And Coconut Shell As Partial Replacement For Coarse And Fine Aggregate      Materials MDPI Q1 Quality Journal    03.12.2021 
  9    Patent  Prof. Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare & Dr.  Jayant M. Raut    Apparatus for Treating Wastewater    Australian Patent Office    01.12.2021. 
    10      SCIE paper      Mr. Khalid Ansari    Influence Of Heat Treatment And Reinforcement On Tensile Characteristics Of Aluminium Aa 5083 / Silicon Carbide / Fly Ash Composites      Materials MDPI Q1 Quality Journal    13.09.2021 
  11    Grant    Dr. M.S. Bhagat  Youth Undertaking Visit For Acquiring Knowledge (YUVAK)  Received Grant Of Rs. 2.00 Lakhs For Study Tour At Atal Tunnel Himachal Pradesh,    06.09.2021 
  12    PhD. Award  Dr. Bhupesh P.Nandurkar,  Development Of Better Performing And Ready To Usemasonary Mortar And Plaster Mixes.    RTMNU/Ph.D. (Cell)/5/1512    25.08.2021 
  13    Patent  Prof. Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare & Dr.  Jayant M. Raut    Apparatus For Treating Wastewater    Indian Patent Office    09.07.2021. 
    14      Patent    Dr. S.R. Khandeshwar, Dr. Jayant M. Raut & Prof. Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare      Apparatus and Method for Determining Bearing Capacity of soil      Indian Patent office      09.07.2021. 
  15    SCIE paper    Mr. Khalid Ansari  Synthesis & Characterization Of Mechanical Properties And Wire Cut Edm Process Parameters Analysis In Az61 Magnesium Alloy + B4C + Sic”    Materials MDPI Q1 Quality Journal    01.07.2021 

Faculty Award/Achievement (2020-21)

  SN  Name of the Award/ Recognition    Name of Faculty    Title\Particulars    Name of the Awarding Body/Agency    Date 
  1    Grant    Dr. A.V. Patil , Dr. A.M. Pande  Grand Of Rs.1288627.00 For Development Of Effective Prediction Techniques For Condition Assessment Of Concrete Structures    AICTE/RPS     14.08.2020 
  2    PhD. Award    Dr. Prashant Baban Pande    Evaluation Of Shear Strength Parameters Of An Unsaturated Soil    RTMNU,Nagpur,Maharastra    01.01.2021. 
  3    PhD. Award    Dr. Jayant Manohar Raut    Development Of Design Methodology For Piled-Raft Foundation Using Finite Element Method”    RTMNU,Nagpur,Maharastra    18.05.2021. 
  4    PhD. Award    Dr. Harshal Madhukar Warade  Feasibility Of Biogas Production From Napier Grass Using Animal Manure As Co-Substrate Through Pilot Scale Study    RTMNU,Nagpur,Maharastra    18.05.2021. 

Faculty Award/Achievement (2019-20)

  SN  Name of the Award/ Recognition    Name of Faculty    Title\Particulars    Name of the Awarding Body/Agency    Date 
  1    Grant    Dr. S.R. Khandeshwar, Prof. H.R. Nikhade  Received Grand Of Rs. 1200000.00 For Modernization & Removal Of Obsolescence In Surveying Lab    Modrob,AICT,    04.12.2019 
  2    Published Patent    Dr. A.R. Gajbhiye  “Detachable Iron Mould With Trimed And Modified Edges Specially Designed For Concrete Columns Applic”    Indian Patent office    20.12.2019 
  3    Patent    Dr. S.V. Ambekar  Anode, Cathode, And Separator In Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC) For Treatment Of Wastewater And Electricity Generation    Indian Patent office    03.03.2020 

Best Practices

INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGIES
S.N. Name of Faculty Sem Cours Code Course Name Topic Innovative Methods Adopted Objective CO (Write level and Statement) PO (Write level and Statement) Activity Outcomes No.of Beneficiary
1 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat III CV2207 WSE Gorewada Water Treatment Plant at Nagpur Industrial case study To give practical knowledge about conventional and existing water treatment plant CO.1 Explain the significance of community water supply scheme. CO.3 Understand the importance of water quality and its treatment aspects. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences. 1. Student is able to correlate the theoretical knowledge and technologies with existing one. 53
2 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat III CV2207 WSE Water Supply System Flipped Classroom To improve grasping power and better understanding CO.1 Explain the significance of community water supply scheme. CO.3 Understand the importance of water quality and its treatment aspects. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students is able to understand the concepts betterway and all doubts solved in classrooms 53
3 Prof .M.S.Bhagat III CV2207 WSE Water Supply System Case Studies Toget familiar with practical exposure CO 2: Explain different characteristics of water and water treatment methods.CO 3: Classify different methods and patterns of distribution of water. PO 1:  Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.   PO 12. Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. . Students have understood various scheme of work carried out by various agencies on water supply Engineering 27
4 Prof .M.S.Bhagat III CV2207 WSE Water Supply System Barin Dumps To enhance the concentration in the class CO 2: Explain different characteristics of water and water treatment methods. CO 3: Classify different methods and patterns of distribution of water. PO 1:  Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.  PO 12. Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Students has revised the topic taught in class that they understood in the class 52
5 Prof.S.W.Dhengare III CV2201 SOM Stress and Strain Co-Operative Learning To do the activity in group CO 1. Explain the basic concept and mechanical properties of materials. CO 2. Construct graphically the variation of shear force, bending moment and stresses. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of strength of materials 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in strength of materials 55
6 Prof.S.W.Dhengare III CV2201 SOM Introduction to strength of Material Class Summary To enhance the concentration level in classroom CO 1. Explain the basic concept and mechanical properties of materials. L-3 CO 2. Construct graphically the variation of shear force, bending moment and stresses. L-3 PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of strength of materials 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in strength of materials 35
7 Prof.P.B.Pande III CV2203 GE Sieve analysis Blended Learning To enable students to learn topics in better way. Audio visual impact on students is better by observing video CO 1. Determine index properties of soil and its classification L2 PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. Students are able to classify coarse grained soils 48
8 Prof.P.B.Pande III CV2203 GE Shear strength Flipped Classroom To enable students to get complete overview of water treatment through animated presentation CO 4. Calculate Vertical stresses and shear strength of soil PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. Students are able to determine shear strength of soil 50
9 Dr.J.M.Raut III CV2203 GE Introduction to geotechnical Engineering Flipped Classroom To enable students to get complete overview of geotechnical engineering through animated presentation CO1: An ability to characterize and classify soils. CO2:An ability to determine index and engineering properties of soil. L3 PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-2 Students are able to understand determination of basic properties of soil. 44
10 Dr.J.M.Raut III CV2203 GE Index Properties & Their Determination Case Studies The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), identify the key issues of the case, and analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO 5. An ability to determine shear strength of soil PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-2 Students are able to understand use of soil properties in actual field condition. 33
11 Prof.A.S.Kurzekar III CV2201 SOM SFD & BMD Open Book Test To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept to draw SFD & BMD CO-1-Explain the basic concept and mechanical properties of materials.-(Level-3) PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. Students were able to explore and attain in-depth knowledge of concept of SFD & BMD 55
12 Dr.S.V.Ambeker V CV2321 Water Treatment Backwashing process Blended Learning To enable students to learn topics in better way. Audio visual impact on students is better by observing video CO1 – to understand working of water treatment units and their importance in water treatment PO 5. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.  Students able to understand working of water treatment units and their importance in water treatment 44
13 Dr.S.V.Ambeker V CV2321 Water Treatment overview of complete water treatm,tn process Flipped Classroom To enable students to get complete overview of water treatment through animated presentation CO1 – to understand working of water treatment units and their importance in water treatment PO 5. Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations. Students are able to Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources for water treatment 43
14 Prof.S.W.Dhengare V CV2331 OE-I BS Lighting and Ventilation Class summary To enhance the concentration level in classroom 1. Associate relevance of ventilation, acoustics & to understand the methodologies. L-3 PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-3 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of strength of materials 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in strength of materials 65
15 Prof .H.R.Nikhade V CV2311 PE-I AS Research paper on surveying Case Studies The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), identify the key issues of the case, and analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO-2 – L3-Classify the triangulation system   CO-3 -L4 Illustrate the  basic concepts of electronic surveying PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.   PO 5.        Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations. PO 9.        Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings. PO 10.        Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. A case study can be used as a tool for exploratory investigation that highlights a need for further examination of the research problem 32
16 Prof .H.R.Nikhade V CV2311 PE-I AS Summary based on unit 1 to 3 Class Summary Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write up for future reference. CO-2 – L3-Classify the triangulation system   CO-3 -L4 Illustrate the  basic concepts of electronic surveying PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.   PO 5.        Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations. PO 9.        Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings. PO 10.        Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. 1.        Students is able to get knowledge of surveying 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems surveying 27
17 Dr.J.M.Raut V CV2313 CACE Basic computer programming Flipped Classroom Students will able to learn about basic computer programming in C- language CO1: An ability to understand the basic concepts of C Programming language. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences L3 Students learn about basic computer programming in C- language 44
18 Dr.J.M.Raut V CV2313 CACE Computer programs for civil engineering Co-Operative Learning Students will able develop  computer programming in C- language CO2: An ability to develop computer programs for the solution of Civil Engineering problems. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences  L2 Students  developd  computer programming in C- language based on civil engineering utility. 44
19 Prof.V.D.Jayale V CV2301 RCS Design of flexural member as per IS code Flipped Classroom A) To learn and upgrade knowledge from video lectures (NPTEL-IIT Professor) CO 1 – Explain the structural properties of steel and concrete and their applications in structural planning. CO 2-   Apply the knowledge of various methods of structural design. CO -3  Analysis, design and carry out the detailing of RC structural elements. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1. Students are able to understand the concept of Reinforced Concrete Structure from IIT professors. 2. Students are able to do self-learning on given topic trough NPTEL video lectures 74
20 Prof.V.N.Mendhe V CV2302 ASA Analysis of fixed beam using word tool Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Advanced Structural Analysis CO-2 Relate the column analogy method with other analysis method and apply its application to beam structure.(level-4) PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 82
21 Prof.V.N.Mendhe V CV2302 ASA Analysis of Truss Flipped Classroom To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Advanced Structural Analysis  CO-1 Explain the matrix methods of structural analysis and its applications. (level-4) PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of reinforced concrete structures. 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in reinforced concrete structures. 84
22 Prof.,S.S.Meshram V CV2301 RCS Design of RCC member in Excel Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of reinforced concrete structures. CO 1 – Explain the structural properties of steel and concrete and their applications in structural planning. CO 2-   Apply the knowledge of various methods of structural design. CO -3  Analysis, design and carry out the detailing of RC structural elements. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of reinforced concrete structures. 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in reinforced concrete structures. 65
23 Prof.,S.S.Meshram V CV2301 RCS Limit state of collapse for flexure Flipped Classroom To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of reinforced concrete structures. CO 1 – Explain the structural properties of steel and concrete and their applications in structural planning. CO 2-   Apply the knowledge of various methods of structural design. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of reinforced concrete structures. 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in reinforced concrete structures. 67
24 Prof.,S.S.Meshram V CV2301 OE-II IFEM Analysis of Truss Blended Learning MOOCs give an opportunity to connect openly on a global scale, with global learners. CO 1 – Explain the concepts of FEM. CO 2- Apply concepts of FEM for the derivation of elemental equation. CO 3- Analyze engineering problems using FEM. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Students like the idea of blending regular teaching with the MOOC course. From the video they came to know the current scenario in the field of finite element method. 58
25 Prof.,S.S.Meshram V CV2342 OE-II IFEM Puzzle on Finite Element Method Game Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept to solve puzzle related to finite element Method. CO 1 – Explain the concepts of FEM. CO 2- Apply concepts of FEM for the derivation of elemental equation. CO 3- Analyze engineering problems using FEM. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of finite element method. 62
26 Ms. CharutaSubhashWaghmare V CV 2333 OE-I Environmental Management Quick Write A Quick-write Activity is a timed writing experience (usually 5-10 minutes), where a participant/student is asked to respond to  a  piece of text (literary or expository) in writing CO1. Identify the scientific and social aspects of environmental issues. CO-2. Understand the procedure of environmental protection by legislation.CO 3. Understand the role of environmental management system in protecting the resources. PO-6The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice PO-7Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.PO-12 Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Quickwrites offer an easy and manageable writing experience that helps both students and teacher find their voices and develop their confidence 66
27 Ms. CharutaSubhashWaghmare V CV 2333 OE-I EIA Case Study Case Study The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), identify the key issues of the case, analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO1. Identify the scientific and social aspects of environmental issues. CO-2. Understand the procedure of environmental protection by legislation.CO 3. Understand the role of environmental management system in protecting the resources. PO-6The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice PO-7Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.PO-8Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.Communication: PO-10Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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.PO-12 Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. A case study can be used as a tool for exploratory investigation that highlights a need for further examination of the research problem 66
28 Ms. S.K. Kamble VII CV2404 HWRE Diversion Headworks Blended Learning e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO4: Analyze of Gravity Dam, earthen dam and design of water conveyance canal system. (L4) PO1:Strongly contributes to developing the ability of application of knowledge of mathematics & science in design of water conveyance canal system. PO2:Strongly contributes to the analysis of water retaining structures. PO3:The design of water conveyance canal system and analysis of water retaining structures. Students are able to understand more precisely through the e-learning process like presentation-flow charts, visuals and examples along with topic in the classroom. 68
29 Ms. S.K. Kamble VII CV2404 HWRE Method fof Irrigation Video based flipped classroom e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO2: Compute water requirement for various crop pattern. PO1: TContributes to developing the ability of application of engineering fundamentals to compute water requirement for various crop pattern. PO2:Contributes towards the analyze and Interpret the water requirement for various crop. Students are able to understand more precisely through the experts presentation-flow charts, visuals and examples on the taught topic in the classroom. 67
30 Ms. S.K. Kamble VII CV2401 E & C C&D waste Flipped Classroom e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO3: Calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. (L3) PO1:Contributes to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals is used to calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO2:Contributes to the research literature, complex engineering problems using first principles of mathematics natural science and engineering sciences are used to Calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO8:Contributes to the Ethical and professional principles and responsibilities are followed for the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO9:Contributes as an individual, member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings are function effectively for the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO10:Strongly contributes to the independent and lifelong learning takes place in the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. Students are able to understand more precisely through the expert’s presentation-flow charts, visuals and examples on the taught topic in the classroom. 64
31 Ms. S.K. Kamble VII CV2401 E & C Introduction to subject, Specification, Valuation, Earthwork of road Match it challenge Helps students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO1: Explain the definitions involved in estimates of structures. (L3) CO2: Illustrate the specifications and quantities of materials in different items to prepare the estimate. (L4) CO3: Calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. (L3) CO4: Estimate the quantity and costing of building, road, hill road and canal. (L4) PO1:Strongly contributes to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals demonstrate the estimates of structures. PO2:Strongly contributes for Identification, formulation, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems in estimate of structures. PO8:Contributes to the Ethical and professional principles and responsibilities are followed during the estimate of structures. PO9:Contributes as an individual, member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings are function effectively for the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO10:Contributes to the complex engineering activities such as estimation and costing of building, road, hill road and canal , their reports design documentation are prepared and effective presentation are made. PO12:Contributes to the independent and life long learning takes place in the estimation and costing of building, road, hill road and canal. Students are able to apply their knowledge and recollect previously taught topic based on simple calculations. 66
32 Prof.P.S.Chakole VII CV2403 WWE Pollution Blended Learning It helps students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO3 : Analyze the wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units.CO4: Examine the air pollution effects and methods of control. PO 1:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability of application of knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals.PO2:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to identify, formulate, research literature and analyze engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.PO3:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration.PO4:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to conduct investigations of problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.PO7:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.PO8:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units moderately contributes to developing the ability to Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.PO9:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units i. Students are able to apply knowledge of Environmental engineering. ii. Students are able to visualize and understand the objects used in practice. 59
33 Prof.P.S.Chakole VII CV2403 WWE Activated Sludge process Flipped Classroom e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 3:Analyze the wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units.(L4) PO 1:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability of application of knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals.PO2:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to identify, formulate, research literature and analyze engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.PO3:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration.PO4:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to conduct investigations of problems using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.PO7:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units strongly contributes to developing the ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.PO8:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units moderately contributes to developing the ability to Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.PO9:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units po10:Analysis of wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units moderately contributes to developing the ability to communicate effectively on engineering activities with the engineering com- munity and with society at large. i. Students are able to apply knowledge of Environmental engineering. ii. Students are able to visualize and understand the objects used in practice. 58
34 Prof.P.S.Chakole VII CV2401 E & C Introduction to subject, Specification, Valuation, Earthwork of road Match it challenge Helps students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO1: Explain the definitions involved in estimates of structures. (L3) CO2: Illustrate the specifications and quantities of materials in different items to prepare the estimate. (L4) CO3: Calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. (L3) CO4: Estimate the quantity and costing of building, road, hill road and canal. (L4) PO1:Strongly contributes to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals demonstrate the estimates of structures. PO2:Strongly contributes for Identification, formulation, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems in estimate of structures. PO8:Contributes to the Ethical and professional principles and responsibilities are followed during the estimate of structures. PO9:Contributes as an individual, member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings are function effectively for the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO10:Contributes to the complex engineering activities such as estimation and costing of building, road, hill road and canal , their reports design documentation are prepared and effective presentation are made. PO12:Contributes to the independent and life long learning takes place in the estimation and costing of building, road, hill road and canal. Students are able to apply their knowledge and recollect previously taught topic based on simple calculations. 66
35 Prof .M.S.Bhagat VII CV2429 Watershed Management . Various watershed Projects Taken all over the india Case Study Toget familiar with practical exposur CO 4: Compare watershed Modeling techniques and monitoring tools. [L-4] PO 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 5: 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 under- standing of the limitations. Toget familiar with practical exposur 36
36 Prof .M.S.Bhagat VII CV2429 Watershed Management . Various watershed Projects Taken all over the india Barin Dumps To enhance the concentration in the class CO 4: Compare watershed Modeling techniques and monitoring tools. [L-4] PO 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 5: 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 under- standing of the limitations. To enhance the concentration in the class 36
37 Prof .B.V.Bahoria VII CV2435 PE-V DBS Prestressde Concrete Case Study To give exposure to the advanced technology practiced in construction of bridges CO2-Distinguish and analyze superstructure and substructure as per design standards PO1: (LEVEL-3) ; PO2 : (LEVEL-3); PO3: (LEVEL-2); PO8  : (LEVEL-2);PO9 : (LEVEL-3):PO10 : (LEVEL-3) PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO2:Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO3:Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration. PO8:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. PO9 :Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi disciplinary settings. PO10:Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. Students were able to explore and attain in-depth knowledge of concept of Prestressing in bridges. 37
38 Prof .B.V.Bahoria VII CV2435 PE-V DBS Long Span Bridge Research Based Activity To communicate effectively and prepare comparative review paper based on research papers published on suspension bridges and thereby prepare an effective presentation on the study CO3-Compare the suitability of long span bridges. PO1: (LEVEL-3) ; PO2 : (LEVEL-3); PO3: (LEVEL-2); PO8  : (LEVEL-2);PO9 : (LEVEL-3):PO10 : (LEVEL-3) PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO2:Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO3:Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration. PO8:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. PO9 :Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi disciplinary settings. PO10:Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. Students will be able to Compare the suitability of long span bridges and explore the advancements in the construction of suspension bridges through research papers. 35
39 Prof.A.A.Yadav VII CV2428 ATE Alignment surveys Flipped Classroom To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of reinforced concrete structures. 1. Illustrate the importance of railway transportation and its terminologies PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-2 Students are able to understand advance techniques in the construction field 36
40 Prof.A.A.Yadav VII CV2428 ATE Runway And taxiway design Blended learning e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. 1. Analyze and design the geometric element of railway track PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-2 Students are able to understand advance techniques in the construction field 36
41 Prof .H.R.Nikhade VII CV2404 HWRE Research paper related to HWRE Case Studies The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), identify the key issues of the case, and analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO 1 – L3- Determine the surface water runoff and ordinates of hydrographs. CO 2- L3- Compute water requirement for various crop pattern. 1.        Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2.        Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences. 8.        Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. 9.        Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi disciplinary settings. 10.        Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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.  Student is able to corelate the theoritical knowledge and technologies with existing one. 62
42 Prof .H.R.Nikhade VII CV2404 HWRE Summery based on unit 1 to 3 Class Summary Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write up for future reference. CO 1 – L3- Determine the surface water runoff and ordinates of hydrographs. CO 2- L3- Compute water requirement for various crop pattern. 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences. 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. 9. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi disciplinary settings. 10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. 1.        Students is able to get knowledge of ssubject 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems HWRE  1. 41
43 Prof.P.B.Pande VII CV2426 AFE Components of Well foundation Flipped Classroom To enable students to get complete overview Well foundation with the help of videos shared CO 1. Explain machine foundation and well foundation L3 1.        Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.  L2 Students is able to understand well foundation 33
44 Dr.J.M.Raut VII CV2416 PE-III GI&GIT Ground Improvement Case Studies The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), to study and understand  the key issues of the case, and analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO1: Various methods of soil exploration and interpretation of the results.L3 CO2: Various methods of ground improvement.L3 CO3: The use of geosynthetic materials in construction L3 An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. Students  understand the application of Ground improvement method in field . 35
45 Dr.J.M.Raut VII CV2416 PE-III GI&GIT Ground Improvement Co-Operative Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Geotechnical Engineerimg CO1: Various methods of soil exploration and interpretation of the results.L2  CO2: Various methods of ground improvement. L2 CO3: The use of geosynthetic materials in construction L2 An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. Students  understand the application of Ground improvement  and geotechnical exploration. 35
46 Prof.V.D.Jayale VII CV2434 ASD Design of plate Girder Flipped Classroom A) To learn and upgrade knowledge from video lectures (NPTEL-IIT Professor) CO:1. Identify the type of structure and its design methodology.    CO:2. Utilize the application of Indian Standard code for design purpose. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.          Students are able to understand the concept of Design of plate girder from IIT professors. 2.         Students are able to do self-learning on given topic trough NPTEL video lectures 25
47 Dr. H. M. Warade VII CV2415 ECM Renewable Energy Projects in India Research Paper based case study The objective of this method is to prepare case study report on any live energy projects by refering different research article related with same. CO:2 :-Analyze energy management & importance of energy conversion -L4. CO:3 :- Recommend different energy conversion method L4. PO 6:- The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice. PO 7:- Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development. PO 12:- Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. 1. Students will able to prpare case study on any live industrial energy projects. 2. Students will be able to understand the contens required to prepare case study 3. Students will be able to do energy management and select appropriate technique for energy conversion 42
48 Dr. H. M. Warade VII CV2425 ELMS Clauses of ISO 14000 for Environmental Management System Audio Books The objective of this method is to improve vacabulary& understanding skills for various clauses of ISO-14000 EMS CO:1 :-Explain legal aspect for Environmental protection -L4. CO:2 :-Analyze legal provisions in various environmental act -L4. CO:3 :- Environementalmanagemnt plans, principles & standards -L4. PO 6:- The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice. PO 7:- Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development. PO 8:- Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. PO 12:- Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. 1. Students will able to understand the clauses of ISO-14000 for Environmental Management System. 2. Students will be able to understand the implecation of ISO-14000 in Environmental Management System. 3. Students will be able to apply appropriate clauses and sections for different conditions of environmental issues 42
49 Dr.A.R.Gajbhiye VII CV2401 E & C Importance of estimating and costing,purpose.principles and types of specifications,purpose,types and factors affecting valuation Class Summary Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write up for future reference. CO1An ability to understand the definition in estimation of structure s(L3) CO2 an ability to develop the spend findout the quantities of materials in different items (L4)CO3an ability to work out the valuation and rent of civil engineering structure s(L3) PO1:Contributes to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals is used to calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO2:Contributes to the research literature, complex engineering problems using first principles of mathematics natural science and engineering sciences are used to Calculate the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO8:Contributes to the Ethical and professional principles and responsibilities are followed for the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO9:Contributes as an individual, member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings are function effectively for the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. PO10:Strongly contributes to the independent and lifelong learning takes place in the valuation and rent of civil engineering structures. Students can recollect the summary of topics taught in regular CLASSROOM AND can get idea to prepare for exams 61
50 Prof.S.G.Hirekhan VII CV2423 PE-IV ISD Past Eartquake Case Studies To learnt the behaviour of buildings in the past earthquake CO4 Relate the importance of understanding how structural vibrations may affect safety and reliability of engineering systems PO3: Conduct investigations of complex problems: using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions. To inhance their knowlege about past eartquake and damages 23
51 Prof.S.G.Hirekhan VII CV2423 PE-IV ISD Elements  of EartquakeEngg Class Summary To recollect the pointd taught in the class CO4 Relate the importance of understanding how structural vibrations may affect safety and reliability of engineering systems PO3: Conduct investigations of complex problems: using research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions. Students can recollect the summary of topics taught in regular classroom and can get idea to prepare for exams 50
52 Mr,A.S.Kurzekar VII CV2412 Advance RCC Analysis & design of bridge Surprise Test Concept of different IRC loading and design of bridge and culverts CO4 Analyze advanced concrete structures such as multistoried buildings, retaining wall, bridge, water tank, flat slab. CO-1: Explain the provisions of relevant IS codes and IRC codes required for design of advanced concrete structures Students is able to apply knowledge of reinforced concrete structures. 57
53 DrV.G..Meshram VII CV2422 FEM Analysis of Bar Software based learning To provide students with an opportunity to acquaint with the subject related software CO3:Analyze civil engineering problems by finite element method. PO5: 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 under- standing of the limitations. Develop computing ability and software awareness 34
54 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat VII CV2403 WWE Bhandewadi Sewage Treatment Plant at Nagpur Industrial case study To give practical knowledge about conventional and existing water treatment plant CO3 : Analyze the wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Student is able to corelate the theoritical knowledge and technologies with existing one. 57
55 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat VII CV2403 WWE Sanitation System Flipped Classroom To improve grasping power and better understanding CO3 : Analyze the wastewater characteristics, treatment units and design of primary treatment units. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students is able to understand the concepts betterway and all doubts solved in classrooms 57
56 Prof.A.N.Asati I CV2101 EM Analysis of beam by Virtual work method using word tool Open Book Test To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Engineering Mechanics and CO-1 Describe the fundamental concepts of statics and dynamics   CO-5 ‘Evaluate the dynamic variables of kinetics of particles PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students will be able to understand variety of problems in Engineering Mechanics 62
57 Prof.A.N.Asati I CV2101 EM Friction Flipped Classroom To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Engineering Mechanics CO-1 Describe the fundamental concepts of statics and dynamics PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Engineering Mechanics 60
58 Prof.A.A.Yadav I CV2101 EM Analysis of beam by Virtual work method using word tool Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Engineering Mechanics and CO-1 Describe the fundamental concepts of statics and dynamics   CO-5 ‘Evaluate the dynamic variables of kinetics of particles PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Students are able to understand various tools used for dynamic analysis 68
59 Prof.V.N.Mendhe I CV2101 EM Moment of inertia Flipped Classroom To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Engineering Mechanics CO-1 Describe the fundamental concepts of statics and dynamics   CO-3 Determine the properties of surface like centroid, moment of inertia, etc. for planar surfaces and mass  moment of inertia for rigid body. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Engineering Mechanics    2.  Students will be able to understand variety of problems in Engineering Mechanics 66
60 Prof.V.N.Mendhe I CV2101 EM Analysis of beam by Virtual work method using word tool Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Engineering Mechanics and CO-1 Describe the fundamental concepts of statics and dynamics   CO-5 ‘Evaluate the dynamic variables of kinetics of particles PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Engineering Mechanics    2.  Students will be able to understand variety of problems in Engineering Mechanics 66
61 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat IV CV2257 TE Road Construction Flipped Classroom To improve grasping power and better understanding CO1: Explain the concepts of highway and railway engineering. CO2: [3] Describe and compute properties of highway materials. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students is able to understand the concepts betterway and all doubts solved in classrooms 75
62 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat IV CV2257 TE Highway Engg. Open Book Test to get the benefits of all available offline and online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO1: Explain the concepts of highway and railway engineering. CO2: [3] Describe and compute properties of highway materials. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Able to use all available offline and online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. 75
63 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat IV CV2253 Surveying Use of Surveying Equipments Flipped Classroom To improve grasping power and better understanding CO 1-L 2- Discuss the basic concepts of surveying and use of conventional surveying equipment CO 4- L3- Compute the distance and elevation by using tachometric survey. 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students is able to understand the concepts betterway and all doubts solved in classrooms 75
64 Prof .Rajesh Bhagat IV CV2253 Surveying conventional Surveying Methods Open Book Test to get the benefits of all available offline and online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 1-L 2- Discuss the basic concepts of surveying and use of conventional surveying equipment CO 4- L3- Compute the distance and elevation by using tachometric survey. 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Able to use all available offline and online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. 75
65 Prof.A.A.Yadav IV CV2257 TE Highway Engineering Match it challenge To Improve the thinking ability of students  CO 1 An ability to understand basic concepts of transportation and traffic engineering. CO 2 An ability to understand concepts of geometric design, construction and maintenance of roadpavements. CO-3An ability to understand importance of various tests conducted on highway materials. 1.       Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2.        Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Students able to think in a critical way 70
66 Prof.A.A.Yadav IV CV2257 TE Introduction of Sleepers Blended Learning e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject.  CO 1 An ability to understand basic concepts of transportation and traffic engineering. CO 2 An ability to understand concepts of geometric design, construction and maintenance of roadpavements. CO-3An ability to understand importance of various tests conducted on highway materials. CO 4 An ability to understand basics of bridge and railway engineering. 1.       Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2.        Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences students aware about various types of availabilty in the market and their use 72
67 Prof.S.G.Kalamkar IV CV2253 Surveying Surveying Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of reinforced concrete structures. CO 1 Discuss the basic concepts of surveying and use of conventional surveying equipment. CO 2 Calculate the horizontal, vertical angle and distances by using dumpy level and theodolite. CO 3 Explain the methods of plane table surveying and compute the volume of earthwork. CO 4 Compute the distance and elevation by using tachometric survey. 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2. Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences  9. Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings. 10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of subject 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in Subject 75
68 Prof.S.G.Kalamkar IV CV2253 Surveying Theodolite Blended Learning e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 1 Discuss the basic concepts of surveying and use of conventional surveying equipment.                                                  CO 2 Calculate the horizontal, vertical angle and distances by using dumpy level and theodolite. 1.       Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2.        Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 1. Students are able to apply knowledge of Environmental engineering. 2. Students are able to visualize and understand the objects used in practice. 69
69 Prof.D.G.Agrawal IV CV2255 SA Three Moment Theorem Blended Learning e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 1 Explain basic concepts of structural analysis, strain gauges and strain measurements. CO 2 Apply various theoretical concepts of different methods of structural analysis. CO 3 Analyze different types of structures like beam, column, parabolic arches and trusses theoretically and experimentally. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 75
70 Prof.D.G.Agrawal IV CV2255 SA MDM Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Advanced Structural Analysis CO 1 Explain basic concepts of structural analysis, strain gauges and strain measurements. CO 2 Apply various theoretical concepts of different methods of structural analysis. CO 3 Analyze different types of structures like beam, column, parabolic arches and trusses theoretically and experimentally. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 75
71 Dr. S.P.Raut IV CV2255 SA MDM Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Advanced Structural Analysis CO 1 Explain basic concepts of structural analysis, strain gauges and strain measurements. CO 2 Apply various theoretical concepts of different methods of structural analysis. CO 3 Analyze different types of structures like beam, column, parabolic arches and trusses theoretically and experimentally. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 75
72 Dr. S.P.Raut IV CV2255 SA Three Moment Theoram Blended Learning e-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 1 Explain basic concepts of structural analysis, strain gauges and strain measurements. CO 2 Apply various theoretical concepts of different methods of structural analysis. CO 3 Analyze different types of structures like beam, column, parabolic arches and trusses theoretically and experimentally. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 75
73 Prof.S.W.Dhengare IV CV2251 CT FRESH CONCRETE Class Summary To enhance the concentration level in classroom CO2.Examine the properties of fresh and hardened concrete and tests to determine these properties. L-3 PO 1.        Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-3 Students is able to apply knowledge of concrete technology 63
74 Prof .H.R.Nikhade IV CV2253 surveying Research paper on surveying Case Studies The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), identify the key issues of the case, and analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO 1 -L2_Discuss the basic concepts of surveying and use of conventional surveying equipment CO 2 -L3-Calculate the horizontal, vertical angle and distances by using dumpy level and theodolite. 1.        Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2.        Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 9.        Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings. 10.        Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. A case study can be used as a tool for exploratory investigation that highlights a need for further examination of the research problem 73
75 Prof .H.R.Nikhade IV CV2253 surveying Group wise unit distributed Group level Activity To get more knowledge about the subject CO 1-L 2- Discuss the basic concepts of surveying and use of conventional surveying equipment CO 2 – L3 -Calculate the horizontal, vertical angle and distances by using dumpy level and theodolite.  CO 3 – L 3-Explain the methods of plane table surveying and compute the volume of earthwork. CO 4- L3- Compute the distance and elevation by using tachometric survey. 1.       Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 2.        Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences 5. 5.        Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.  9.        Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi disciplinary settings. 10.        Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of surveying 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in surveying 73
76 Prof.,S.S.Meshram VI CV2351 SS PEB Structure Self Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of steel structures. CO 1 -Explain type of structure and its design methodology PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of steel structure 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in steel structures. 68
77 Prof.,S.S.Meshram VI CV2351 SS Design of steel member in word file Group level assignment To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of steel structures. CO1 -L2- Explain type of structure and its design methodology CO 2 -L3- Calculate different types of loading with respect to structural parameters. CO 3 – L3-Apply Indian Standard code for design of steel structure components. CO 4-L3- Analyze and design Steel simple, built-up sections and column bases PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of steel structure 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in steel structures. 70
78 Prof.C.S.Waghmare VI CV2366 PE-II IRS Remote Sensing Basics Research Based Activity To explore the knowledge of topic to students through research papers /study materials. CO-1. Explain the principles of Geoinformatics. CO-2. Describe the process of data acquisition of satellite images and their characteristics. CO-3. Illustrate knowledge of remote sensing and GIS in different civil engineering applications. PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO-5Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.PO-10Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. In a research-based learning approach, students actively search for and then use multiple resources, materials, and texts in order to explore important, relevant, and interesting questions and challenges 18
79 Prof.C.S.Waghmare VI CV2366 PE-II IRS Essemtials of Remote Sensing and GIS Self Learning This form of learning helps students to grow up as independent learners CO-1. Explain the principles of Geoinformatics. CO-2. Describe the process of data acquisition of satellite images and their characteristics. CO-3. Illustrate knowledge of remote sensing and GIS in different civil engineering applications. PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO-5Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.PO-10Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. Self-learning is an approach to learning where the individual makes the effort to identify their own learning needs, set learning  goals, find the necessary resources, and evaluate their own knowledge 28
80 Prof.K.S.Ansari VI CV2373 OE-III IEM Environmental Management Quick Write A Quick-write Activity is a timed writing experience (usually 5-10 minutes), where a participant/student is asked to respond to  a  piece of text (literary or expository) in writing CO1. Identify the scientific and social aspects of environmental issues. CO-2. Understand the procedure of environmental protection by legislation.CO 3. Understand the role of environmental management system in protecting the resources. PO-6The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice PO-7Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.PO-12 Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Quick writes offer an easy and manageable writing experience that helps both students and teacher find their voices and develop their confidence 65
81 Prof.K.S.Ansari VI CV2373 OE-III IEM EIA Case Study Case Study The objective of a case study is to: describe an individual situation (case), identify the key issues of the case, analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO1. Identify the scientific and social aspects of environmental issues. CO-2. Understand the procedure of environmental protection by legislation.CO 3. Understand the role of environmental management system in protecting the resources. PO-6The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice PO-7Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.PO-8Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice. Communication: PO-10Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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.PO-12 Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. A case study can be used as a tool for exploratory investigation that highlights a need for further examination of the research problem 65
82 Ms. S.K. Kamble VI CV2363 PE-III CMM UNIT 1 TO 5 Class summary The student creates a summary of what is taught in every class. Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write-up for future reference CO1: Understand and analyze scope and role of civil engineer in developing economy of Nation and construction industry. (L2) CO2:Evaluate the development of network technique of major projects, material and equipment and its safety management.(L5) CO3:Develop knowledge about quality and finance management system carried out in industry.(L6) CO4:Classify various major construction equipment used in construction and economics of demand and supply. (L3) PO1:Contributes to developing the ability of application of knowledge of mathematics, science. PO4:Contributes to using research based knowledge and research methods and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions of network technique of major projects. PO8:Contributes to responsibilities and norms of engineering practice for safety management. PO9:Contributes to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams. PO10:Contributes to make effective presentations network technique of major projects and give and receive clear instructions safety management. PO11:Contributes to knowledge and understanding of 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. PO12:Contributes to recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Students will be able to gather the important topics taught and summarize the topics in brief. This method will help students to revise the subject. 31
83 Ms. S.K. Kamble VI CV2363 PE-III CMM Introduction to Plalning and Scheduling Blended Learning E-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO2: Compute water requirement for various crop pattern. (L5) PO1:Contributes to developing the ability of application of knowledge of mathematics, science. PO4:Contributes to using research based knowledge and research methods and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions of network technique of major projects. PO8:Contributes to responsibilities and norms of engineering practice for safety management. PO9:Contributes to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams. PO10:Contributes to make effective presentations network technique of major projects and give and receive clear instructions safety management. PO11:Contributes to knowledge and understanding of 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. PO12:Contributes to recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life- long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Students are able to gain more knowledge about the initial stages and planning of a project with respect to industry practices. 32
84 Ms. S.K. Kamble VI CV2363 OE-V APSWM Coke production Blended Learning E-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 1 Classify the type, sources & effect of air pollutants. L-2 CO 2 Explain the parameters affecting air pollution and various methods of measurement. L-3 CO 3 Illustrate various air pollution control equipments& pollution caused due to automobile exhaust and basics of noise pollution. L-3 PO1: Contributes to applying knowledge of engineering for Interpret the concepts of solid waste management. PO5: Selecting and applying appropriate techniques, modern engineering tools can be studied. PO7: The solid waste management, treatment and disposal methods in societal and environmental contexts need for sustainable development. PO8: Activity based on this CO contributes towards the professional ethics, norms of engineering practices while dealing with industrial case study, group assignment. PO9: Activity based on this CO Contributes to function effectively as an individual, and as a member in diverse teams while working in group assignment work. PO10: Activity based on this CO communicates effectively to write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations on given case study. Students are able to gain more knowledge and new elements, sources creating pollution into the environment. 63
85 Ms. S.K. Kamble VI CV2363 OE-V APSWM Air pollution and Solid waste Game based Learning Game based learning is designed to balance subject matter with game play and the ability of the player to retain and apply said subject matter to the real world. CO 1 Classify the type, sources & effect of air pollutants. L-2 CO 2 Explain the parameters affecting air pollution and various methods of measurement. L-3 CO 3 Illustrate various air pollution control equipments& pollution caused due to automobile exhaust and basics of noise pollution. L-3 CO 4 Interpret the concepts of solid waste management, treatment and disposal methods. L-3 PO1: Contributes to applying knowledge of engineering for Interpret the concepts of solid waste management. PO3: Interpreting the parameters of waste management, treatment, and disposal methods to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues. PO5: Selecting and applying appropriate techniques, modern engineering tools can be studied. PO7: The solid waste management, treatment and disposal methods in societal and environmental contexts need for sustainable development. PO8: Activity based on this CO contributes towards the professional ethics, norms of engineering practices while dealing with industrial case study, group assignment. PO9: Activity based on this CO Contributes to function effectively as an individual, and as a member in diverse teams while working in group assignment work. PO10:Activity based on this CO communicate effectively to write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations on given case study. 1. Students are able to understand more precisely the important terms and definition used throughout the subject in the classroom. 2. Students are able to understand the importance of the terms and definition relatively used as standards and their meaning. 63
86 Prof.P.S.Chakole VI CV2361 PE-II BS Conveyor Blended learning The student creates a summary of what is taught in every class. Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write-up for future reference CO3: Illustrate specifications, usage of mechanical installations and facilities for physically challenged, aged (L 3) PO1:This CO strongly contributes to understand knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals about usage of mechanical installations and facilities for physically challenged, aged PO10:This CO contributes to communicate effectively, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions about mechanical installations PO12:This CO contributes to developing the ability to engage in independent and life- long learning for concrete mixer, escalator, elevator etc. Students are able to visualize and understand the objects used in practice. 33
87 Prof.P.S.Chakole VI CV2361 PE-II BS UNIT-1,2&3 Class summary The student creates a summary of what is taught in every class. Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write-up for future reference CO-1: Articulate relevance of plumbing services, causes of fire and protection strategies.CO2: Simulate special installations in buildings. relevance of lighting, ventilation & acoustics PO1:This CO strongly contributes to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals about plumbing services, causes of fire and protection strategies. PO7:This CO contributes to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions for plumbing .PO8:This CO contributes to commit the professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of engineering practice related to fire protection strategies.PO9:This CO contributes to work effectively as an individual for plumbing.PO10:This CO contributes to communicate effectively, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions about plumbing services, causes of fire and protection strategies.PO12:This CO contributes to developing the ability to engage in independent and life- long learning for plumbing services, causes of fire and protection strategies Students will be able to gather the important topics taught and summarize the topics in brief. This method will help students to revise the subject. 33
88 Prof.A.N.Asati VI CV2383 OE-IV IFEM Numerical Integration Surprised test To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Integration in FEM CO-4_Apply Numerical Integration using FEM PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-3 2. PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Students is able to apply knowledge of FEM 65
89 Prof.A.N.Asati VI CV2383 OE-IV IFEM Numerical Integration Flipped Classroom To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Integration in FEM CO-4_Apply Numerical Integration using FEM PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-3   PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Gain knowledge about the various problems to be solved by numerical integration method using FEM 58
90 Prof.M.R.Wagh VI CV2351 SS Design of steel member in word file Group level assignment To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of steel structures. CO1 -L2- Explain type of structure and its design methodology CO 2 -L3- Calculate different types of loading with respect to structural parameters. CO 3 – L3-Apply Indian Standard code for design of steel structure components. CO 4-L3- Analyze and design Steel simple, built-up sections and column bases PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1. Students are able to apply knowledge of steel structure 2. Students are able to understand variety of problems in steel structures. 82
91 Prof.M.R.Wagh VI CV2351 SS PEB Structure Self-Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of steel structures. CO 1 -Explain type of structure and its design methodology PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of steel structure 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in steel structures. 80
92 Prof.V.N.Mendhe VI CV2364 PE-II EE Special Aspects inMultistoried Buildings. Research paper case study  To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in writing the case study by searching the various research paper CO-1 Explain the fundamentals and Importance of Earthquake Engineering    CO-3 Explain special aspects in Multi-story buildings. ‘Illustrate the damages caused due to past Earthquake in & outside India and remedial Measures PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO-5Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.PO-10Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Earthquake Engineering   2.  Students will be able to understand variety of problems in earthquake resistant structures. 33
93 Prof.V.N.Mendhe VI CV2364 PE-II EE Seismic Design Philosophy for buildings Self-Learning To provide the student to gain knowledge and to find more information about a topic and use the information for a particular purpose. CO-1 Explain the fundamentals and Importance of Earthquake Engineering     CO-2 Analyze and design the earthquake resistant structures and construction in accordance with the Provisions of Indian Standard Codes PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO-5Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.PO-10Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Earthquake Engineering   2.  Students will be able to understand variety of problems in earthquake resistant structures. 33
94 Prof.P.B.Pande VI CV2355 FE Shallow and deep foundations Co-Operative Learning To provide the student to gain knowledge and to find more information about a topic and use the information for a particular purpose. CO 1. Explain planning and implementation of a site investigation. L2 CO 2. Evaluate the bearing capacity for shallow and deep foundation design L3 PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L2 PO-2Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences l3 Students are able to apply knowledge planning and implementation of a site investigation. CO 2. Evaluate the bearing capacity for shallow and deep foundation design 79
95 Prof.P.B.Pande VI CV2355 FE Geotextiles Case Study The objective of a case study is to: describe CASE;  identify the key issues of the case, analyze the case using relevant theoretical concepts. CO 4. Describe different techniques for ground improvement and slopes stability analysis L3 PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems Students are able to understand different techniques for ground improvement 81
96 Prof.P.B.Pande VI CV2371 OE-III BS Installation of various building services equipment’s Self Learning To provide the student to gain knowledge and to find more information about a topic and use the information for a particular purpose. 1. Examine relevance of ventilation, acoustics & to understand the methodologies. L1 2. Understand special installations in buildings such as electrical, air conditioning, heating.  L2 3. Study specifications & usage of mechanical installations like lifts, security systems etc. L2 PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems L2  Students are able to understand working and installation of various building services in building services engineering 69
97 Prof.P.B.Pande VI CV2371 OE-III BS Solar heater Blended Learning The student creates a summary of what is taught in every class. Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write-up for future reference CO 2. Understand special installations in buildings such as electrical, air conditioning, heating.  L2 PO-1Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems L2 Students are able to understand working of solar 69
98 Prof.V.D.Jayale VI CV2351 SS Design of steel member in microsoft Excel Tool Based Learning To check the knowledge of Particular topic of each student after completion of Teaching and Learning of soft skill CO 2. Identify the type of structure and its design methodology.CO 3. Utilize the application of Indian Standard code for design purpose. PO 1. Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations. Students are able to design steel member in Microsoft Excel, which will be helpful to them in future 87
99 Prof.V.D.Jayale VI CV2351 SS Design of steel member in word file Group level Activity To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of steel structures. CO1 -L2- Explain type of structure and its design methodology CO 2 -L3- Calculate different types of loading with respect to structural parameters. CO 3 – L3-Apply Indian Standard code for design of steel structure components. CO 4-L3- Analyze and design Steel simple, built-up sections and column bases PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of steel structure 2. Students are able to understand variety of problems in steel structures. 87
100 Prof.C.S.Waghmare ME-I CV23965 MWT Operations and processes in Water Treatment Research Based Activity To explore the knowledge of topic to students through research papers /study materials CO-1. An ability to understand the fundamentals related to water treatment CO-2. An Ability to design different water treatment Units PO-1An ability to carry out experimental investigation as well as use of software tools for conducting independently a research work PO-2An ability to design various units and systems for treatments of water and wastewater, supply of water as well as collection of wastewater PO-4An ability to understand impact of pollutants on environmental and ways means to control the pollution of environmental including using management tools. In a research-based learning approach, students actively search for and then use multiple resources, materials, and texts in order  to explore important, relevant, and interesting questions and challenges 4
101 Prof.C.S.Waghmare ME-I CV23965 MWT Remonal of Contaminents from water Group level Activity To increased motivational levels among team members CO-1. An ability to understand the fundamentals related to water treatment CO-2. An Ability to design different water treatment Units PO-1An ability to carry out experimental investigation as well as use of software tools for conducting independently a research work PO-2An ability to design various units and systems for treatments of water and wastewater, supply of water as well as collection of wastewater PO-4An ability to understand impact of pollutants on environmental and ways means to control the pollution of environmental including using management tools. To help bringing a remarkable improvement in    communication skills of the students. 4
102 Prof.S.G.Hirekhan MS-I CV3902 SD Earthquake Problem Tree To understand causes and problems of EQ CO 2 An ability to understand phenomenon like damping and its relevance in actual structural applications PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering Student are able to understand causes of earthquake 11
103 Prof.S.G.Hirekhan MS-I CV3902 SD structural vibrations Class Summary To recollect the points taught earlier CO 3 An ability to understand the effect of earthquake phenomenon on water media and subsoil. PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering Students are able to summarize the  syllabus and its contents topic wise 11
104 Prof .H.R.Nikhade MS-I CV3907 EWES Group wise unit distributed Case Group level Activity To get more knowledge about the subject CO 1. Understand geological feature and plate tectonics in occurrence of earthquake. CO 2. Explain causes and sources of earthquake damages and possible response of structure CO 3. Analyze characteristics of wind and its static and dynamic effects on structures CO 4. Implement relevant I.S. codes  in design of earthquake  & Wind  resistant structure PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering PO2: An ability to write and present substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering PO5: An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society. PO6: An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously. 1. Students are able to apply knowledge of subject 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in Subject 11
105 Prof .H.R.Nikhade MS-I CV3907 EWES Summary based on unit 1 to 3 Class Summary Students can recollect the points taught and keep a write up for future reference. CO 1. Understand geological feature and plate tectonics in occurrence of earthquake. CO 2. Explain causes and sources of earthquake damages and possible response of structure PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering PO2: An ability to write and present substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering PO5: An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society. PO6: An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously. 1. Students is able to apply knowledge of subject 2. He is able to understand variety of problems in Subject 11
106 Dr.J.M.Raut VI-A CV2355 FE Foundation Engineering Research article Writing To  provide idea and exposure to students about research article writing CO1: Understanding planning and implementation of a site investigation. CO2: Evaluate the bearing capacity by different methods for foundation design. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration Students are able to understand research article writing 71
107 Dr.J.M.Raut VI-A CV2355 FE Geotechnical failure Live case study To provide idea and exposure to students about field work. CO3: Calculate earth pressure and its location in earth retaining structure. CO4: Calculate stability of slopes and understanding ground improvement techniques. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration Students are able to understand field working 72
108 Prof.P.K.Hinge IV CV2255 SA MDM Tool Based Learning To provide the student with knowledge and analysis skills in applying basic concept and steps used in solving the problem of Advanced Structural Analysis CO 1 Explain basic concepts of structural analysis, strain gauges and strain measurements. CO 2 Apply various theoretical concepts of different methods of structural analysis. CO 3 Analyze different types of structures like beam column, parabolic arches and trusses theoretically and experimentally. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 75
109 Prof.P.K.Hinge IV CV2255 SA Three Moment Theoram Blended Learning E-learning with traditional classroom methods and time allotted for self-learning, helping students to get the benefits of all learning styles. The online content to get a wide exposure to a subject. CO 1 Explain basic concepts of structural analysis, strain gauges and strain measurements. CO 2 EApply various theoretical concepts of different methods of structural analysis. CO 3 Analyze different types of structures like beam, column, parabolic arches and trusses theoretically and experimentally. PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. PO 2 – Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences PO -3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental Consideration 1.        Students is able to apply knowledge of Advanced Structural Analysis 2.        He is able to understand variety of problems in  Advanced Structural Analysis 75
110 Prof.P.K.Hinge IV CV2251 CT Mix Design Co-Operative Learning To do the activity in group CO 1. Explain the properties of the constituent materials of concrete. CO 3. Analyse the concrete mixes design and apply statistical quality control techniques PO 1- Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. L-3 1.        Students are able to apply knowledge of Mix design 2.        He is able to understand various tests on green concrete and harden concrete. 76
111 Prof.R.R.Dighade VI CV2353 HE Open channel flow,Pipeflow,Dimensitionalanalysis,Notches& Weirs Group level assignment To develop the self-learning ability in the students CO-1Calculate various losses, discharges, pressure, in flow through pipe and various flow parameter in open channel(L3)CO-2Analyze the water distribution network by using Hardy Cross Method and most efficient channel section for conveyance of water(L4)CO-3Apply Buckingham’s Pi theorem to establish relation between various physical quantities.(L3)CO-4Compute the discharges in channel by using notches and weirs(L3) PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering PO2: An ability to write and present substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering PO5: An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society. PO6: An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously. 1. An ability to develop self-learning when they construct their own meaning. 2.An ability to develop presentation and communication skill 67
112 Prof.R.R.Dighade VI CV2353 HE Open channel flow Flipped Classroom To develop the self-learning ability in the students CO-1Calculate various losses, discharges, pressure, in flow through pipe and various flow parameter in open channel (L3) “PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering PO2: An ability to write and present substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering PO5: An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society. PO6: An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously. “ 1. An ability to develop self-learning.. 2.An ability to develop communication skill 74
113 Prof.R.R.Dighade VI CV2419 WTDS Design of WaterDistribution Network Flipped Classroom To develop the self-learning ability in the students CO-3Apply Graph Theory, Critical path method and Spanning tree concept for design of water distribution network (L3). PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering PO2: An ability to write and present substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering PO5: An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society. PO6: An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously. 1. An ability to develop self-learning. 2.An ability to develop communication skill 30
114 Prof.R.R.Dighade VI CV2419 WTDS Three and multyreservoir,Risingmain,AWDN,DWDN,OWDN Group level assignment To develop the self-learning ability in the students  CO-1Compute discharges in three reservoir, multi reservoir system, capacity of reservoir and design of Rising main.(L3) CO-2Analyze the water distribution network by using Hardy cross method, Newtonian Raphson method and Node flow analysis(L4) CO-3Apply Graph Theory, Critical path method and Spanning tree concept for design of water distribution network. (L3) CO-4Analyze optimized solution of water distribution network by using Cost Head Loss ratio Method(L4) PO1: An ability to independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems in Structural Engineering PO2: An ability to write and present substantial technical report/documents in the area of structural engineering PO5: An ability to acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards development of the profession and society. PO6: An ability to adapt lifelong learning to upgrade knowledge and competence continuously. 1. An ability to develop self-learning when they construct their own meaning. 2.An ability to develop presentation and communication skill 30
115 Dr. V.G..Meshram VII CV2422 FEM Analysis of Beam Open Book Test To engage students in learning and help them to acquire knowledge and skills. CO3: Analyze civil engineering problems by finite element method. PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Evaluate level of knowledge and identify areas of further study. 34
116 Dr. V.G..Meshram III(A) CV2201 SOM SFD and BMD Site Selfie To provide students with an opportunity to visit the site and gain knowledge about the reinforcement CO2: Construct graphically the variation of shear force, bending moment and stresses PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering com- munity 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. Gain knowledge about the reinforcement and develop interest in the construction activity. 58
117 Dr. V.G..Meshram III(A) CV2201 SOM Combined Stresses Video based Learning To provide students the video lectures on the subject from the expert faculties from IITs with more emphasis on the practical examples. CO3:Analyze the behavior of various structural components under different types of loading. PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Gain knowledge about the combined stresses and develop interest in practical applications 58
118 Dr. V.G..Meshram I (K) CV2101 EM Introduction to EM Selfie with EM Application To understand the basic concepts of mechanics CO1:An ability to apply the concept of mechanics and can solve problems on planar force system for smooth as well rough surfaces. CO4:An ability to determine the dynamic variables by applying Kinetics of Particle, work energy method and linear   impulse momentum methods. PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. An ability to apply the concept of mechanics 69
119 Dr. V.G..Meshram I (K) CV2101 EM Equilibrium Video based Learning To understand the basic concepts of mechanics CO1:An ability to apply the concept of mechanics and can solve problems on planar force system for smooth as well rough surfaces. PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. An ability to apply the concept of mechanics 69
120 Dr. V.G..Meshram MS-II CV3915 FEM Analysis of Beam Open Book Test To engage students in learning and help them to acquire knowledge and skills. CO3: Analyze civil engineering problems by finite element method. PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences Evaluate level of knowledge and identify areas of further study . 11
121 Dr. V.G..Meshram MS-II CV3915 FEM Analysis of Plate Software based learning To provide students with an opportunity to acquaint with the subject related software CO3:Analyze civil engineering problems by finite element method. PO5: 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 under- standing of the limitations. Develop computing ability and software awareness 11

VALUE-ADDED PROGRAMS 

Session   Value Added Programs 
2023-24  3 
2022-23  8 
2021-22  9 
2020-21  3 
2019-20  4 

Session 2023-24 

Sr. no.  Name of activity and its details  Duration Coordinators details  No. of participants 
1  Value-added course on “Civil 3D for civil engineers: beyond  basics”  30 September, 01,08,15 & 21 October 2023 (30 Hrs)  Prof. A. S. Kurzekar  Prof. S. G. Kalamkar  61 
2  Value-added course on “AutoCAD ”  25,27 November, 02,03,09,10 December 2023 (30 Hrs)  Dr. P. B. Pande  Ms. M. R. Wagh  124 
3  Value-added course on “Building analysis  by REVIT software”  14,21,22,28 & 29 October 2023 (30 Hrs)  Prof. R. M. Bhagat  Dr. S. G. Hirekhan  68 

Session 2022-23 

Sr. no.  Name of activity and its details  Duration  Coordinators details  No. of participants 
1  Value-added course on “Highway Engineering Design by Civil 3D”  1,2,8,9,15 October 2022, 5 Days (30 Hrs)  Prof. S. G. Hirekhan  90 
2  Value-added course on “Seismic Analysis & Design of G+5 RCC Building Using STAADPRO”  18 September, 2, 16 October, 6,8 November 2022, 5 days (30 Hrs)  Prof. S. S. Meshram  68 
3  Value-added course on “Transportation Design by MX Road”  1,2,8,9,15 October 2022, 5 Days (30 Hrs)  Prof. H. R. Nikhade  94 
4  Value Added Course on “HIT OFFICE Construction management ERP”  17 Sept, 1, 8,15,22 October 2022, 5 Days, (30 Hrs )  Dr. B. V. Bahoria  74 
5  Value-added course on Primavera  17 September 1 &15 October, 5 & 12 November 2022 (30 Hrs )  Prof.  A. S. Kurzekar  69 
6  Value Added Course on Principles of Building using Auto-CAD  24 December 2022, 7,8,20,21,22 January 2023 (30 Hrs )  Dr. M. S. Bhagat  85 
7  Value Added Course on “Project Management Software by Microsoft Project for Building Design”  25 March., 1,8,15 & 16 April 2023, 5 Days,  (30 Hrs )  Prof. S. K. Kamble  Prof. P. S. Chakole  129 
8  Value Added Course on Design of Roof Structure by using Revit Architecture  29 April, 6,13 & 27 May, 0 3June 2023,5 Days,  (30 Hrs )  Prof. Y.  P. Kherde  Prof. M. R. Wagh  123 

Session 2021-22 

Sr. no.  Name of activity and its details  Duration  Coordinators details  No. of participants 
1  Pre-Placement Training Certificate Course (Value Added Course) on “Building Information Modeling”  28 July to 02 August 2021 ( 30 Hours )  Prof. M.R. Wagh  Prof. K. S. Ansari  Prof. C. S. Waghmare  102 
2  Basic Certification Course on “Design Concepts for Offshore Structures”  25-09-2021, 26-09-2021, 03-10-2021 (15 Hours)  Dr. P. B. Pande  Mr. S. G. Kalamkar  58 
3  Value Added Course on WATERGEMS Software  20 Sept 2021 to 13 Oct 2021 (30 Hrs)  Mr. K. S. Ansari Mr. H. M. Warade   21 
4  Basic Certification Course on “analysis and Design of Civil Engineering Structures using STADD-Pro”  25 September to 02 October 2021 (30 Hrs)  Prof. V. N. Mendhe  Dr. B. P. Nandurkar  184 
5  Value Added Course on “Drawing threads in AutoCAD Civil 2D & 3D”  11, 12, 18, 19, & 25 December 2021  (30 Hrs)  Prof. S. W. Dhengare Prof. V. D. Jayale  Prof. K. S. Ansari  Prof. S. G. Kalamkar  142 
6  Value Added Course on “3DS MAX”    23, 24, 30 April, 01, 07 May 2022, 05 days, 30 Hrs.  Prof. A. A. Yadav  Prof. R. M. Bhagat  97 
7  Value Added Course on “2D & 3D Modeling using Revit Architecture”  23, 24, 30 April, 07, 08 May 2022, 05 days, 30 Hrs.  Dr. P. B. Pande  Dr. J. M. Raut  82 
8  Value Added Course on “Structural analysis of G+2 by using ETAB”  09, 10, 16, 17, 24 April 2022, 05 days, 30 Hrs.  Prof. D. G. Agrawal  Prof. P. K. Hinge  95 
9  Value Added Course on “Microsoft Project”  09, 10, 16, 17, 24 April 2022, 05 days, 30 Hrs.  Prof. S. W. Dhengare  Prof. V. D. Jayale  91 

Session 2020-21 

Sr. no.  Name of activity and its details  Duration  Coordinators details  No. of participants 
1  Value Added Course on AutoCAD   03-10-2020, 10-10-2020, 24-10-2020 (15 Hours)  Mr. K. S. Ansari Mr. S. G. Kalamkar  96 
2  Value added program/course on Smart Steel Structure Design   20-02-2021, 21-02-2021, 28-02-2021 (15 Hours)  Mr. S. W. Dhengare Mr. V. D. Jayale  101 
3  Value Added Course on MICROSOFT PROJECT  14-02-2021 to 15-03-2021 ( 30 Hours )  Mr. K. S. Ansari  210 

Session 2019-20 

Sr. no.  Name of activity and its details  Duration  Coordinators details  No. of participants 
1  Value Added Course on Analysis and Design of Civil Engineering Structures using STAADPRO  01-02-2020 to 30-03-2020 (45 Hours)  Mr. K. S. Ansari   15 
2  Value Added Course on Revit Software  01-02-2020 to 16-03-2020 (30 Hours)  Mr. K. S. Ansari Mr. S. W. Dhengare Mr. V. D. Jayale Mr. S. G. Kalamkar  88 
3  Value Added Course on Introduction to STAADPRO  05-08-2019 to 10-09-2019 (30 Hours)  Mr. K. S. Ansari  195 
4  Value Added Course on AutoCAD   03-10-2020, 10-10-2020, 24-10-2020 (15 Hours)  Mr. K. S. Ansari  96 

Publication, Patent, Copyright, Grants

Session Total Publications in Journal Total Publications in Conference Total Publications in Book/Book Chapter/Monograph Publications in SCIE/SCOPUS/WOS
2023-2422330123
2022-2320160324
2021-2218150419
2020-2131200624
2019-2045140135

Details of Technical Papers Published in International Journal during the academic year 2023-24 

S. N. Name of Author (s) Title of paper 

Name of Journal  

 

Details of Publication 
1. 

C.S. Waghmare 

K.S. Ansari 

Experimental Investigation of H3PO4 Activated Papaya Peels for Methylene Blue Dye Removal from Aqueous Solution: Evaluation on Optimization, Kinetics, Isotherm, Thermodynamics, and Reusability Studies Journal of Environmental Management 

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2023.118815 

SCIE 

 

 

2. S.G. Hirekhan Parametric Study of Reinforced Concrete Building subjected to Blast Loading. Material Science and Technology 

Doi: 10.10543/f0299.2023.41690 

Scopus 

 

 

3. 

B.V. Bahoria 

B.P. Nandurkar 

Comprehensive Study on The Synthesis of Biosilica from Agricultural Wastes by Geopolymersation Technique Jilin Daxue Xuebao (Gongxueban)/Journal of Jilin University (Engineering and Technology Edition) 

 

https://jilindaxuexuebao.net/details.php?id=DOI:10.5281/zenodo.8378439 

Scopus 

 

 

4 S.W. Dhengare Development and characterization of red matta rice husk derived Si2N2O bioceramic-epoxy nanocomposite coating for damage and barrier protection of building materials Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery  

https://doi.org/10.1007/s13399-023-04905-3 

Scopus 

 

5 

R.M. Bhagat 

S.R. Khandeshwar 

Utilization of Wheat and Pigeon Pea Husk Adsorbents to Remove Copper and Nickel from Industrial
Wastewater 
Ecology, Environment and Conservation 

https://doi.org/10.53550/EEC.2023.v29i06s.020 

  

Scopus 

 

 

6 

A.A. Yadav 

A.R. Gajbhiye 

Development of Sustainable Concrete using Copper Slag as a Substitute of Fine Aggregate Jilin Daxue Xuebao (Gongxueban)/Journal of Jilin University (Engineering and Technology Edition 

Vol: 42 Issue: 11-2023 

Scopus 

 

7 

P K Hinge 

 

Experimental Investigation on The Use of New Generation Waste
Material In M-40 Grade Concrete 

China Petroleum Processing and Petrochemical Technology   

 

 

Volume 23, Issue 2,  

 Pp. 1396-1410 

Scopus 

 

8 

 P K Hinge 

 

Experimental Evaluation of New-Generation Waste Material as a Substitute in M-50 Concrete Mixes Tulsin Jishu/Journal of Propulsion Technology
 
ISSN: 1001-4055
Vol. 44 No. 4 (2023 

Scopus 

 

9 K. S. Ansari Sustainable remediation technologies for removal of pesticides as organic
micro-pollutants from water environments: A review 
Applied Surface Science Advances 

https://doi.org/10.1016//j.apsadv.2023.100558  

Scopus 

 

 

10 

U. P. Waghe  

D. G. Agrawal  

K. S. Ansari  

M.R. Wagh 

Enhancing eco-concrete performance through synergistic integration of
sugarcane, metakaolin, and crumb rubber: Experimental investigation and
response surface optimization 
Journal of Engineering Research 

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jer.2023.09.009 

Scopus 

 

 

 

11 

B.V. Bahoria  

J. M. Raut 

 

Parametric Comparative Analysis of Conventional Steel Building ForX-Bracing, V-Bracing, Non-Bracing System for Wind and Seismic Load Technische Sicherheit   

ISSN NO: 1434-9728Volume 23, Issue 12, 2023 

Scopus 

 

12 

B.V. Bahoria 

J.M. Raut 

Analysis And Design of RCC T-Beam Bridge Superstructure Using
IRC Codes and Aashto Code 
Technische Sicherheit   

ISSN NO: 1434-9728 Volume 23, Issue 12, 2023 

Scopus 

 

13 R. R. Dighade  A Review on Hemorrhoidal Disease International Journal of Zoological Investigations 

Vol. 9, No. 2, 1046-1049 (2023) 

WOS 

14 

R.M. Bhagat 

S. R. Khandeshwar 

Characterization of Developed Agro-Based Adsorbents: A Study Key Engineering Materials  

ISSN: 1662-9795, Vol. 960, pp 171-184 doi:10.4028/p-RbOb2 

Scopus 

 

15 

B. P. Nandurkar  

B. V. Bahoria 

P. K. Hinge 

Effectiveness Of Glass Fiber-Reinforced Mortar for Improving Durability in Structures Jilin Daxue Xuebao (Gongxueban)/Journal of Jilin University (Engineering and Technology Edition)
 
ISSN: 1671-5497
E-Publication: Online Open Access
Vol: 42 Issue: 11-2023
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10153111 

Scopus 

 

16 A. R. Gajbhiye  Medicinal Potential of Fennel Seed: A Review International Journal of Zoological Investigations 

Vol. 9, No. 2, 1001-1019 (2023) 

WOS 

17 

A. V. Patil 

K. S. Ansari 

V. D. Jayale 

Performance Analysis of Self-Compacting Concrete with Use of Artificial Aggregate and Partial Replacement of Cement by Fly Ash Buildings  

https://doi.org/10.3390/buildings14010143 

SCIE 

 

18 

D. G. Agrawal 

U. P. Waghe  

K. S. Ansari   

Optimization of eco-friendly concrete with recycled coarse
aggregates and rubber particles as sustainable industrial
byproducts for construction practices  
Heliyon 

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2024.e25923, 

SCIE 

19 

K. S. Ansari 

P. U. Waghe 

K. S. Ansari 

C. S. Waghmare  

Treatment of greywater by Electrocoagulation process coupled with sand bed filter and activated carbon adsorption process in continuous mode AIMS Environmental Science                                        Volume 11 Issue 1 57-74                                                          ISSN / ESSN
2372-0344 / 2372-0352 

Scopus 

20 

A.V. Patil   

S.P. Gawande  

Application of Artificial Intelligence in Structural Engineering  STRAD Research 

Volume 10 Issue 12, 2023, DOI: 10.37896/Sr10.12/039, ISSN 0039-2049   

WOS   

21 S. G. Hirekhan Evaluation of Engineering Demand Parameters of RC Multistorey Building subjected to Extreme blast Event  Journal of Aeronautical Materials 

ISSN:1005-5053 

Scopus 

22 

R.M. Bhagat 

S.R Khandeshwar  

Removal of Nickel from industrial Wastewater by an Agro-based Composite Adsorbent  Nature Environment and Pollution Technology 

Volume 23 ISSN- 0972-6268 

Scopus 

Details of Technical Papers Published in International conference during the academic year 2023-2024 

   

S. N. Name of Author (s) Title of paper Name of Conference Organised By 
1S.K. Kamble Stone Slurry in Cement Concrete for Sustainable Use in Civil
Engineering Work 

International Conference on Recent Trends in Materials Science & Devices 2023 

 

The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Amity School of Engineering  
2S. P. Raut  Utilization of Soyabean Pulp Ash to Develop Paver Blocks and Roofing Tiles  Second international Symposium on Fluids and Thermal Engineering  The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vellalar College of Engineering and Technology, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India 
3

 R. M. Bhagat 

J. M. Raut  

A. S. Kurzekar 

Optimization and Simulation of Water Distribution Network System: A Comprehensive Review Fifth International Conference on Recent Advances in Materials and Manufacturing (ICRAMM 2023) IFERP  
4P. S. Chakole Exploring the integration of Remote Sensing and GIS Methods in Surveying  45 th world conference on Applied Science Engineering Technology  IFERP  
S. K. Kamble  Advanced Method for Waste water Treatment  45 th world conference on Applied Science Engineering Technology Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
6

B. P. Nandurkar 

P. K. Hinge  

D. G. Agrawal  

B.V.  Bahoria 

Experimental study on use of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag as fine aggregate in Mortar Mix Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
7

V.D. Jayale 

A. V. Patil 

Experimental Investigation of Characteristic Compressive Strength and Modulus of Elasticity of Geopolymer Concrete  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 

V.D. Jayale 

 

A review on Aerial Surveillance by Airship Horizon X1  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 

V.D. Jayale 

A. V. Patil 

Non-Destructive Test Techniques and Methods in The Assessment of Concrete Structures a Review Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
10 V. N. Mendhe Comparative Study of RCC Structure Subjected to Temperature Loading with Different Zones Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
11B.V. Bahoria Assessing The Influence of Different Bracing System on Wind and Seismic Resilience in Conventional Steel Structures Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
12M.S. Bhagat Biomass Briquettes: A Sustainable Energy Option Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
13 M.S. Bhagat Biogas Generation using Biodegradable wet waste materials  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 

14 

 

A.V. Patil 

D. G. Agrawal  

V.D. Jayale 

 

Parametric Study of Earth Retaining Structures Used in Bridges with reference to their Geometry  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
15 A.S. Kurzekar  Testing of Mortar Properties Using Dismantled Building Material and Deteriorated Bricks as Substitution of Natural Fine Aggregate for the Reduction of Cement  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
16 A.V. Patil  Analytical investigation of Steel Frame Structure with Composite Deck Slab in Comparison to RCC Structure.  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
17U. P. Waghe  Investigations on Design Considerations for Ground Service Reservoirs by Indian Standards.  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
18V.G. Meshram Comparative Study of Analysis and Design of Raft Beam and Raft pedestal Foundation for Multistorey Building  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
19 V. G. Meshram Comparative Study of Behavior of Different Bracing System for Irregular Reinforced Concrete Structure under Seismic Loading  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
20 S. V Ambekar   Design of UASB Reactor for Treatment of Industrial Wastewater – A Case Study  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
21 A.R. Gajbhiye Reservoir Simulation Analysis of Gosikhurd Reservoir- A Case Study  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
22S. G. Hirekhan  Seismic Parameters evaluation of flat slab building with shear wall and bracing subjected to gravity and earthquake load  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
23 

U.P. Waghe 

Y.P. Kherde 

Assessment of Critical Factors for Highway Project Delay and Cost Escalation  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
24 P.K. Hinge Structural Response of PEB Industrial Structure Using Cold Formed Steel Subjected to Lateral Load  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
25H.R. Nikhade Strength Characteristics of Bagasse Ash Mixed with Glass Fiber and Blast furnace Slag  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
26D.G. Agrawal Comparative Study of Multi-Story RCC Building based on Time History Analysis & Pushover Analysis Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
27 

D. G. Agrawal 

V. D. Jayale 

U. P. Waghe  

Self- Compacting Concrete Using Recycled Aggregate  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
28 P.S. Chakole  Moringa oleifera as a Natural Coagulant for Treatment of Water  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
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U. P. Waghe 

Y. P. Kherde 

Critical Analysis for Risk Factors of Alternative High Speed Rail Alignments – A Review  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
30

S. K.  Kamble 

P. S. Chakole 

Biogas Enhancement by Bioaugmentation  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
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C. S. Waghmare 

K. S. Ansari 

H. M. Warade 

Bio-Adsorbent derived from Targets for the methylene blue dye removal from an aqueous solution  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
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M.R. Wagh  

U.  P. Waghe  

Effect of Bagasse ash performance of Self Compacting Concrete  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 
33K. S. Ansari Clean – Sustainable Optimization and treatment of Greywater using Combined Electrocoagulation and Filtration Technologies  Intelligent Technologies for Sustainable Energy Management & Control (ITSEMC-2023) Department of Electrical Engineering, YCCE Nagpur 

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1 S.W. Dhengare Development of quaternary concrete Climate Change Management and Social Innovations for Sustainable Global Organization, ISBN 13: 9781668495032 

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1Ms. Tripti Gupta,RCOEM, NagpurMr. K.S. Ansari, Dr. Dilip Lataye, Mr. Mahedra Kadu, Mr. Mohmmad Amir Khan, Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak, Mr. Rishav Garg, Mr. Ram Rao Karri,YCCE, Nagpur“Adsorption of Indigo Carmine Dye by Acacia nilotica sawdust activated carbon in fixed bed Column15/09/2022Scientific Reports SCIE ISSN / eISSN: 2045-2322 NATURE PORTFOLIOhttps://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-19595-6
2Mr. Bichitra Singh Negi, Mr. Kranti Jain,Dev Bhoomi Uttarakhand UniversityDr. R.R. DighadeYCCE, NagpurParametric investigation and economic design of slender steel fibre reinforced concrete beams using shear resisting mechanisms approach05-11-2022STRUCTURES Published by Elsevier Ltd.     (SCIE)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.istruc.2022.10.114 ISSN / eISSN: 2352-0124  
3Mr. K.S. AnsariYCCE, NagpurDr. Avinash Shrikhade, Mohammad Abdul Malik, Ahmad Aziz Alahmadi, Mamdooh Alwetaishi, Ali Nasse Alzaed, Ahmed ElbeltagiKITS, RamtekOptimization and Operational analysis of Domestic Greywater Treatment by Electrocoagulation Filtration Using Response Surface Methodology16-11-2022Sustainability SCIE           MDPIhttps://doi.org/10.3390/su142215230, ISSN: 2071-1050, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability SSN / eISSN: 2071-1050
4.Ahmed Saeed, HadesCE, Department ChinaMohammed Najm, Amer Hassan, Mohanad Muayad Sabri Sabri, Shaker Qaidi, Nuha S. Mashaan, Mr. K.S. Ansari,YCCE, NagpurProperties and Applications of Geopolymer Composites: A Review Study of Mechanical and Microstructural Properties21-11-2022    Materials       SCIE           MDPIhttps://doi.org/10.3390/ma 15228250 ISSN / eISSN: 1996-1944
5Prof. Sagar DhengareYCCE, NagpurAniket Pathade, Dr. Rajurkar Harshala,  DM IMS (DU), Wardha Ayurvedic College, NagpurAnalysis And Design of G+10 RCC Building Using Commercial SoftwareOct 2022Neuroquantology     SCOPUShttps://www.neuroquantology.com/article.php?id=9724   DOI: 10.4704/nq.2022.20.14.NQ880141 E ISSN- 1303-5150
6Prof. S.G.KalamkarYCCE, NagpurDhanshree SawarkarYCCE, NagpurAssessment of Building by Non- Destructive TeXst.Oct 2022Neuroquantology   Volume -20, Issue-17 SCOPUS 
7Prof.A.S.KurzekarYCCE, NagpurDr.R.K.RaviBNCOE, PusadAn Experimental investigation on Physical Properties of Artificial Aggregate. 2022Journal of Positive School Psychology Volume 6 No.2 ISSN- 5980-5985 SCOPUS 
8Prof. S.G.KalamkarYCCE, NagpurProf.U.S.PatilYCCE, NagpurUtilisation of Waste Molding Sand and Marble Powder for the Buildout of Concrete.Oct 2022Neuroquantology   Volume -20, Issue-17 SCOPUS 
9Sagar Wasudeo DhengareYCCE, NagpurDr B. Nagarjuna, Dr Shweta Singh ,M B University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh IES college of technology BhopalRandom Matrix Theory Analysis of Impact of Covid-19 on Exchange Rate of Indian Currency2022Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results SCOPUSDoi: 10.47750/pnr.2022.13. S05.265
10Dhiraj AgrawalYCCE, NagpurDr.U.P.Waghe , Prof. K.S.Ansari Dr.R.R. Dighade Mugahed Amran, Diyar QadarYCCE, NagpurExperimental effect of pre-treatment of rubber fibers on mechanical properties of rubberized concrete13-01-2023Journal of Materials Research and Technology SCIE ELSEVIERhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmrt.2023.01.027 ISSN / eISSN: 2238-7854 / 2214-0697
11Harshal Warade,YCCE, NagpurKhalid Ansari, Kul Bhaskar, Zeba Naaz, Mohammad Amir Khan, Nadeem A. Khan, Sasan Zahmatkesh & Mostafa Hajiaghaei-KeshteliDepartment of Botany, Government Degree College Sukrauli, Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh, IndiaOptimizing the grass bio methanation in lab scale reactor utilizing response surface methodology15-01-2023Biofuels -UK Taylor and Francis SCIE TAYLOR & FRANCIS https://doi.org/10.1080/17597269.2023.2170034 ISSN / eISSN: 1759-7269 / 1759-7277
12Sangita MeshramYCCE, NagpurS.P. Raut  Khalid Ansari Mangesh Madurwar  Md Daniyal Mohammad Amir Khan Vasudha Katare eAfzal Husain Khan  Nadeem A. Khan Mohd Abul HasanDepartment of Civil Engineering, VNIT, NagpurWaste slags as sustainable construction materials a compressive review on physico mechanical properties28-02-2023Journal of Materials research and technology.   SCIEhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmrt.2023.02.176 ISSN / eISSN: 2238-7854 / 2214-0697
13Dr. U. P. WAGHEYCCE, NagpurAtul S. Kurzekar,YCCE, NagpurTo Study the Effects of Alkali Addition on the Different Physical & Mechanical Properties of Fly Ash Based AggregatesFeb. 2023Journal of Survey in Fisheries SciencesE ISSN 2368-7487
14Atul S. KurzekarYCCE, NagpurDr. U. P. WagheYCCE, NagpurTo study the effect of different binders on the properties of Fly-ash based aggregatesFeb. 2023Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative ResultsISSN- 0976-9234 Volume 14 , Issue 3
15Harshal NikhadeYCCE, Nagpur Ram Rathan Lal Birali Khalid Ansari Mohammad Arsalan Khan Hadee Mohammed Najm S. M. AnasMohammad Mursaleen Mohd Abul Hasan and Saiful IslamDepartment of Civil Engineering, Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India,Behavior of geomaterial composite using sugar cane bagasse ash under compressive and flexural loading02/03/2023Frontiers in Materials sciedoi: 10.3389/fmats.2023.1108717
16Dr. J.M.RautYCCE, NagpurDr. S.R.Khandeshwar, Dr.P.B.Pande Dr. S.P.BajadYCCE, Nagpur & Government Polytechnic AmravatiPhysical Modeling and Analysis of Cast -In-Situ Reinforced Cement Concrete Piled Raft in Clayey Soil11/04/2023KSCE Journal of Civil Engineeringhttps://doi.org/10.1007/s12205-023-0507-0

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1Prof. R.M.BhagatYCCE NagpurS M WaghmareYCCE NagpurCharacterization of wastewater from a dairy industry and selection of treatment process8-9 July 2022GHRCOE, NagpurInternational Conference on Recent Advancement in Infrastructural Development, Water Management and Climate Change SCOPUS (IOP CONFERENCE)
2Dr. M.S.BhagatYCCE NagpurR. M. BhagatYCCE NagpurBiomass Briquettes: A Sustainable and Environment Friendly Energy Option8-9 July 2022GHRCOE, NagpurInternational Conference on Recent Advancement in Infrastructural Development, Water Management and Climate Change SCOPUS (IOP CONFERENCE)
3.M.R. WAGHYCCE Nagpur  Performance of Self compacting concrete with supplementary cementitious material8-9 July 2022GHRCOE, NagpurInternational Conference on Recent Advancement in Infrastructural Development, Water Management and Climate Change SCOPUS (IOP CONFERENCE)
4Prof. S.W. Dhengare,YCCE NagpurProf. Meenal Dhengare, Mr. Kshitij ThateYCCE Nagpur“Seismic Computation of Residential Building with and without shear wall in various zones”24-25 August 2022Priyadarshini College of Engineering (PCE), NagpurInternational Conference on Adopting Green Initiatives for Sustainability (IGAGIS-2022) (Scopus Indexed)
5Mrs. V.N. MendheYCCE NagpurDeenay AmbadeYCCE NagpurStudy of Seismic and Wind Effect on Multi-Storied building with and without resisting systems.29-30 September 2022RCOEM, NagpurInternational conference on Smart and Sustainable Technologies for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (Scopus Indexed)
6Dr. A.R. GajbhiyeYCCE NagpurMr. R.M. Bhagat, Ms. Nisha Thakur, Mr. Amit GudhadeFEAT Datta Meghe Joint publicationDesign of pure water and Raw water rising Well and pumping machinery22-23 November 2022Phuket, ThailandInternational conference on Multidisciplinary Research and Practices (SCOPUS INDEXED)
7.Mr. R.M. Bhagat,YCCE NagpurDr. S.R. KhandeshwarYCCE Nagpur“Removal of Cu and Ni from Synthetic Solution by Developed Adsorbents from Wheat and Pigeon Pea Husk”26-27 January 2023Institute for Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP) SCOPUS INDEXED3rd International Conference on Advancing Knowledge from Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Engineering & Technology (ICAKMPET-23)
8.Mr. R.M. Bhagat,YCCE NagpurDr. S.R. KhandeshwarYCCE Nagpur“Removal of Copper and Nickel from Industrial Wastewater by Agro-based Adsorbents”21 February 2023Wainganga College of Engineering & Management, NagpurInternational Conference on Innovation in Engineering, Science and Management (ICIESM-2023)
9.Mr. R.M. Bhagat,YCCE NagpurDr. S.R. KhandeshwarYCCE NagpurRemoval of Copper from Industrial Wastewater by Developed Composite Adsorbents”11-12 March, 2023Pandit Deendayal Energy University (PDEU), Gandhinagar,2nd International Conference on “Advances in Water Treatment and Management (ICAWTM-23)
10Ms. S.S. Meshram,YCCE NagpurMs. M.R. WaghYCCE NagpurCritical Study on Development of Forced due to Earthquake and wind on various classes of Structures17-18 March, 2023IFERP, Tamilnadu section, Chennai India SCOPUS INDEXED4th International Conference on Multidisciplinary Innovation in Academic Research (ICMIAR-2023)

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1Mr.Dhiraj Agrawal, Dr.U.P.Waghe Dr.M.D.Goel Dr.S.P.RautLecture Notes in Civil EngineeringPerformance of Geopolymer Concrete Developed Using Waste Tire Rubber and other Industrial Wastes: A Critical ReviewRecent Trends in Construction Technology and Management 2023ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 ISSN 2366-2557Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurSpringer Science and Business Media Singapore
2.Ms.S.S.Meshram Dr.S.P.Raut Dr.M.V.MadurwarLecture Notes in Civil EngineeringUtilisation of Agro – Industrial Waste in Production od Sustainable Building Blocks.Recent Trends in Construction Technology and Management 2023ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 ISSN 2366-2557Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurSpringer Science and Business Media Singapore
3.Dr. V.G.Meshram S.B.Borghate Manoj PatilProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressComparative Study on destructive and non-destructive test in concrete using fly Ash as one of the ingredientsRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
4Meghana Dongre, Yogesh Kherde, Devendra Y. Shahare,   Aniket Pathade, and Snehal BanarseProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressInnovative model development for enhancing the serviceability of flexible pavement using feaRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
5Prajakta Wanjari , Khali Ansari H.R.Nikhade Sujin GeorgeProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressAnalysis and Design of sewer network for gadchiroli district using sewergemsRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
6Sanket KalamkarProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressImplementation of environmental management system during the construction phase of underground metro station and tunnelling works with control measures.Recent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
7Dr.P.B.Pande Dr.J.M.Raut Dr.S.R.KhandeshwarProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressLatch Circuit based portable site-specific landslide early warning system.Recent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
8Khali Ansari Tejaswani Niwal Dr.S.R.Khandeshwar Tripti GuptaProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressComposting of domestic solid waste by effective microorganism coupled with vermipostingRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
9Mrs. V.N.Mendhe Deenay AmbadeProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressSeismic Analysis of Multistoried buildings with plan irregularity in different seismic zonesRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
10Dr.P.B.Pande Dr.J.M.Raut Dr.S.R.KhandeshwarProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressImprove Stabilisation of black soil by Bagasse ash, coir fibre and plastic stripsRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
11Mr. D.G.Agrawal Dr.U.P.Waghe Dr.A.V.Patil Mr.N.U.ThakareProceedings of 1st International Conference (RAMMML-22), Volume 1 by CRC PressEffect of varying sizes of Rubber particles in ConcreteRecent Advances in Material, Manufacturing, and Machine Learning  26 May 2023ISBN 9781032416311Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group
12Dr. V. G. Meshram, Dr. A. M. Pande, Dr. B. P. NandurkarHandbook of Sustainable Materials: Modelling, Characterization, and Optimization by CRC PressExperimental Investigation on Durability Properties of Concrete Incorporated with Fly Ash   2023ISBN 9781032286327Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, NagpurTalyor and Francis group

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1Mr. K.S.AnsariYCCE NagpurMr. Thanikod SathishSIMATS, ChennaiSynthesis and Characterization of Mechanical Properties and Wire Cut EDM Process Parameters Analysis in AZ61 Magnesium Alloy + B4C + SiC01-07-2021Materials (SCIE)e-ISSN: 1996-1944 https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14133689    
2.Mr. H.R. Nikhade,YCCE NagpurER. Minal Dehadrai, Mr. K.S. AnsariStructural Consultant Nagpur, YCCE, Nagpur“Analysis of Circular Elevated Service Reservoir Using STAAD pro by Considering the Effect of Continuity31-07-2021GEINTEC (WOS) ISSN 2237-0722
3Prof. K.S. AnsariYCCE NagpurProf. Ms. C.S.WaghmareYCCE Nagpur“Solar based hybrid combination of electrocoagulation and filtration process in domestic greywater treatment”31/07/2021INDIAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, (WOS)Print: 0974-6846, Electronic: 0974-5645
4Dr. V.G. MeshramYCCE Nagpur Dr.A.M. PandeYCCE Nagpur“Experimental studies on utilization of Coarser Fly Ash in Concrete”01-08-2021IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (SCOPUS)doi:10. 1088/1757-899X / 1170/1/012006
5Prof. K.S. AnsariYCCE NagpurSanthosh Nagaraja,Department of Mechanical Engineering, MVJ College of EngineeringBangalore“Influence of Heat Treatment and Reinforcements on Tensile Characteristics of Aluminium AA 5083/Silicon Carbide/Fly Ash Composites”13-09-2021Materials (SCIE)https:// doi.org/10.3390/ma14185261 doi.org/10.3390/ma14185261
6Prof. Ms. S.G. HirekhanYCCE NagpurMs. P.D. WadaskarResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur“Wind Load Calculation for Pitch Roof Building as Per Is875 (Part 3):2015and Is875(Part3):1987 And Comparison with American Code”  September, 2021Vidyabharati International Interdisciplinary Research Journal (Special Issue) (WOS)ISSN 2319-4979
7Prof. S.W. Dhengare,YCCE NagpurSanjivkumar HarinkhedeSBJITMR, Nagpur.“Experimental Investigation on Development of Binder and Mortar by Partial Replacement of Cement Using Sugarcane Bagasse Ash, Copper Slag and Egg Shell Powder”September, 2021International Journal of Aquatic Science, (WOS)ISSN: 2008-8019 Vol 12, Issue 03, 2021
8Prof. Ms. C.S. Waghmare,YCCE NagpurProf. K.S. AnsariYCCE Nagpur“Treatment of Synthetic Greywater using low-cost Agricultural Waste as a Filter Media”15.09.2021Drugs and Cell Therapies in Haematology (WOS)ISSN: 2281-4876) Volume 10 Issue 1 (2021)
9.Prof. K.S. AnsariYCCE NagpurDr. A.R. ShrikhadeKITS, Ramtek“Experimental analysis of Greywater by Hybrid Electrocoagulation Process”0ct .2021Vidyabharati International Interdisciplinary Research JournalISSN 2319-4979
10.Dr. Ms. B.V. Bahoria,YCCE NagpurV. S. Vairagade, Manoj PatilcPCE, Nagpur DMIMS Wardha“Interdependence Modeling for Elastic Modulus of Concrete with Prey Dust and Waste Plastic Fabriform”November .2021Design Engineering (TORONTO)ISSN: 0011-9342 | Year 2021 Issue:8 Pages: 12906 – 12913
11.Prof. K.S. AnsariYCCE NagpurKalyana ChakravarthyDepartment of Civil Engineering, Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies, Chennai“Shrinkage Study and Strength Aspects of Concrete with Foundry Sand and Coconut Shell as a Partial Replacement for Coarse and Fine Aggregate”December.2021Materials (SCIE)https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14237420    
12.Prof. R.M. Bhagat,YCCE NagpurDr. Ranjit N. PatilPriyadarshini Bhagwati College of Engineering, Nagpur“A Revolution: Leachate Recirculation Experimental Study”December.2021Design EngineeringISSN: 0011-9342, 2021 Issue: 8, Pages: 6724 – 6732
13.Prof. Ms. S.G. Hitrekhan,YCCE NagpurMr. Abhay G. Hirekhan,SVPCET, Nagpur“Comparative Study of Design Wind Pressures for Steel Industrial Shed According toIS875: 1987 (Part 3), IS875:2015 (Part 3) and MBMA Code”December.2021Nat. Volatiles & Essent. Oils,8(4): 3313-3324
14.Prof. Ms. M.R. Wagh,YCCE NagpurDr. U.P. WagheYCCE Nagpur“Development of self – compacting concrete blended with sugarcane bagasse ash”December.2021Material Today ” Proceedingshttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2021.
15Prof. Mrs. V.N. MendheYCCE NagpurMr. S.P KawaleScholar, YCCE, NagpurTo Study the Earthquake Resistant RCC Multistorey Structure with Different Types of BracingDecember.2021Vidyabharati International Interdisciplinary Research Journal ISSN 2319-4979
16.S.S. Meshram,YCCE NagpurDr. S.P. Raut, Dr. M.V. MadurwarYCCE Nagpur VNIT, NagpurUse of industrial waste burnt residue to develop sustainable brickFeb 2022Materials Today: Proceedingshttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2022.02.336
17.Sanjay P. Raut,YCCE NagpurUday Singh Patil, Mangesh V. MadurwarYCCE Nagpur VNIT, NagpurUtilization of phosphogypsum and rice husk to develop sustainable bricks.Feb 2022Materials Today: Proceedingshttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2022.02.336
18K.S.AnsariYCCE NagpurC.S.Waghmare Dr. S.R.KhandeshwarYCCE NagpurExperimental Evaluation of Industrial Mushroom Waste Substrate Using Hybrid Mechanism of Vermicomposting and Effective Microorganisms.April 2022SCIEhttps://doi.org/10.3390/ma15092963

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1Prof. M.S. TufailYCCE, NagpurDr. R.B. Chadge, Prof. K.S. Ansari, Mr. D.B. MeshramYCCE, Nagpur“Design of special purpose hydraulic forging press for 15000 tonnage capacity.01, December 2021National institute of Technology PurcherrySecond International Conference on Furure Technologies (ICOFT-2021) in Manufacturing, Autimation,
2.Dr. B.V. BAahoria,YCCE, NagpurMs. R.S. BeradYCCE, Nagpur“Co-Relation of Mineralogical Study & Durability Properties of Concrete Integrating Quarry Byproduct & Waste Ldpe”28-30 January 2022Mattest Research Academy, Chennai, Tamil Nadu,IndiaInternational Conference on Materials Engineering and Manufacturing Systems
3.Nidhi GosaviResearch Scholar, YCCE, NagpurProf.V.N. MendheYCCE, NagpurTo Study the Effect of Wind load on Multi-Storied Building with Different Shapes.9-10 Feb.2022Babu Banarasi Das University, Lucknow2nd International Conference on Civil Engineering, Architecture and Sustainable Infrastructure
4Deennay AmbadeResearch Scholar, YCCE, NagpurProf.V.N. MendheYCCE, NagpurStudy of behavior of Multi-Storied Building on Regular and Irregular Structure Subjected to Seismic load with different shapes9-10 Feb.2022Babu Banarasi Das University, Lucknow2nd International Conference on Civil Engineering, Architecture and Sustainable Infrastructure
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Mr. Aditya S. Patil,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurA.S. KurzekarYCCE ,NagpurBehaviour of H- Sections with Slender Flange Built up Section Pre Engineering Builing”July, 2020International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology IRJETe-ISSN 2395-0056, p-ISSN : 2395-0072, Volume : 07 Issue : 07 | July 2020, www.irjet.net
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Ms. Mrunal S. Hatwar,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurMr. V.N. Mendhe, Dr. Ramesh MeghrajaniYCCE ,Nagpur“Use of Cold Form Section for Low Cost Housing”August, 2020International Research Journal of engineering and Technology (IRJECT E-ISSN : 2395-0056, P-ISSN : 2395-0072, Volume : 07 Issue : 08, August 2020, WWW.irjet.net,
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Mr. Nilesh B. Jangid,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurB.P. Nandurkar, Dr. Ramesh MeghrajaniYCCE ,Nagpur“Identification of Lateral Torsion / Lateral Restrain For Flange to Prevent Beam from Buckling”August, 2020International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), Issue : 08, August 2020,E-ISSN : 2395-0056, P-ISSN : 2395-0072, Volume : 07
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Aashay A. Ambade,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurB.P. Nandurkar, Dr. Ramesh Meghrajani,YCCE ,Nagpur“Behaviour of H-Section With Slender Web Built-Up Section In Pre-Engineered Buildings”August, 2020International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology IRJET), e-ISSN 2395-0056, p-ISSN : 2395-0072, Volume : 07 Issue : 07 | July 2020, www.irjet.net
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Mr. Shubham P. Hhutke,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. D.P. Mase, Dr. V.G. MeshramYCCE , Nagpur“Condition Assessment and Structure analysis of Administrative building in Engineering College, Nagpur”September, 2020International Research Journal of engineering and Technology (IRJECT), E-ISSN : 2395-0056, P-ISSN : 2395-0072, Volume : 07 Issue : 08, September 2020, WWW.irjet.net
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Hardas Chinmay,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurK.S. Ansari, C.S. Waghmare, Mr. Shrame NatthuYCCE , Nagpur“Fugitive Emission and Noise impact and mitigation measures during the construction of underground station & tunneling at Mumbai Metro Line-3”September, 2020Solid State Technology,Volume: 63, Issue:2s, Publication Year : September-2020, www.solidstatechnology.us, PP : 1365-1373,
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Ms. Priyanka Chandure,Ceinsys, NagpurMs. C.S. Waghmare, Mr. K.S. AnsariYCCE ,Nagpur“Review on Guidelines of Sewer Inspection”September, 2020Chemik InternationalISSN : 0009-2886, Volume : 2020 Issued : 2, Page : 160-167
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Ms. Priyanka Chandure,Ceinsys, NagpurMs. C.S. Waghmare, Mr. K.S. AnsariYCCE ,Nagpur“Mini review of New Technologies Over Manual Scavenging for Sewer Cleaning”September, 2020Chemik InternationalISSN : 0009-2886, Volume : 2020 Issued : 2, Page : 160-167
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Ms. Trupti Gandhi,RCOEM ,NagpurMr. S.M. WaghmareYCCE ,Nagpur“On the role Autodesk AEC Collection Software like Civil 3D and Infra works in the Canal Irrigation”September, 2020Chemik International WOS INDEXEDISSN : 0009-2886, Volume : 2020 Issued : 2, Page : 160-167,
10
J.M. Raut,YCCE ,NagpurDr. S.R. Khandeshwar, Mr. K.V. MadurwarYCCE ,Nagpur“Bearing Capacity of Foundation: ReviewOctober, 2020International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT),Volume -08, Issue 10 October 2020, ISSN : 2320-2882
11
Dr. A.M. Shende,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. K.P. Yadav, Dr. A.M. Pande, Dr. C.N. SakhaleYCCE ,Nagpur“Response surface Methodology (RSM) models for prediction of steel fibre reinforce concrete strength by using 5 independent pie terms”October, 2020Aut Research Journal,ISSN No : 0005-0601, Volume XI, Issue X, Ocotober-2020
12
Dr. A.M. ShendeResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. K.P. Yadav, Dr. A.M. Pande, Dr. C.N. SakhaleYCCE , Nagpur“Prediction of steel fibre reinforced concrete (SERC), Strength using artificial Neural network (ANN) Models, Response surface Methodology (RSM), modles and their comparative studyNovember, 2020European Journal of Molecular & Clinical medicine,ISSN 2515-8260, Volume07, Issue 08, 2020,
13
Dr. A.M. Shende,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. K.P. Yadav, Dr. A.M. Pande, Dr. C.N. SakhaleYCCE ,Nagpur“Mathematical model for prediction of steel fibre reinforce concrete compressive strength by using 3 independent pie terms”December, 2020GIS Science journal,ISSN No : 1869-9361, Volume 7, Issue 10, 2020,
14
Dr. A.M. Shende,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. K.P. Yadav, Dr. A.M. Pande, Dr. C.N. SakhaleYCCE ,Nagpur“Exponential Mathematical Model for Prediction of steel fibre reinforced Concrete Flexural Strength by using 3 Independent Pie Terms”December, 2020Journal of University of Shanghai for Science and TechnologyISSN : 1007-63735, Volume-22, Issue-12,
15
Ms. S.S. Meshram,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. S.P. RautYCCE ,Nagpur“Use of Industrial Waste Burnt Residue to Develop Sustainable Brick”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
16
Dr. V.G. MeshramYCCE, Nagpur, Dr. A.M. Pande, Dr. Punit FulzeleYCCE, Nagpur,
DMIMS Wardha
“Utilization of coarser Fly Ash in Concrete – Some Studies”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
17
Ms. P.S. ChakoleYCCE, Nagpur, Ms. Shital TelrandheYCCE, Nagpur,
DMIMS Wardha
Universal Equation for Resistance Coefficients for Mitre Bends of all AnglesJanuary, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
18
Ms. M.R. Wagh,YCCE, NagpurDr. U.P. WagheYCCE, Nagpur“Study on Fresh properties of self-Compacting Concrete using Bagasse Ash”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
19
H.R. Nikhade,YCCE, NagpurMr. A.R. NikhadeKDK, Nagpur“Study of Location of Shear Wall in High Rise Building”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
20
Ms. P.M. MankarResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur, H.R. Nikhade, Er. Minal DehadraiYCCE, Nagpur“Study of Continuity Analysis of Circular Elevated Service Reservoir Using STADD pro”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
21
Shubham Kawale,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurMs. V.N. Mendhe, K.S. Ansari,YCCE, Nagpur“Analysis of High-rise Building for seismic load & wind load by using STADD pro”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
22
S.G. Kalamkar,YCCE, NagpurAshish BhagatDMIMS Wardha“Evaluation of Old Building by Non-Destructive Testing”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
23
P.K. Hinge,YCCE, NagpurMs. Manali Korde, Mr. Dhiraj NaxineResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur“Assessment of Performance of RCC and composite building under wind load”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
24
P.K. Hinge, Ms.YCCE, NagpurHariom KhungarRCOEM, Nagpur“Effect of curing cycle on the properties of cement mortar”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
25
R.M. Bhagat, Mr.YCCE, NagpurRitesh Raut, Dr. S.R. Khandeshwar, Dr. A.R. Gajbhiye, S.W. Dhengare, Mr. Aquib AnsariYCCE, Nagpur“Removal of Heavy metals from Industrial wastwater using Adsorbent: A Review”January, 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID : HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
26
Mr. A.S. Kurzekar,YCCE Nagpur Dr K. RaviBNCOE, Pusad“An Experimental Investigation on Fine Crushed Recycled Construction Dismantling Waste & Course Fly Ash Aggregate Geopolymer Concrete”March, 2021International Journal of Grid and Distributed Computing,Vol.14, No.1, (2021), pp. 404-410, ISSN: 2005-4262 IJGDC,
 WOS INDEXED
27
Dr. Ms. B.V. Bahoria, eYCCE NagpurMr. V.S.VairagadePCE, Nagpur“Regression Analysis Using Spss For Compressive Strength of Concrete Containing Quarry Dust and Waste Plastic as Sand Replacement”April, 2021International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET),Volume 12, Issue 4, April 2021, pp 141-150
ISSN print: 0976-6480 and ISSN Online: 0976-6499, DOI: 10.34218/ IJDAET.12.04.2021.017,
28
Mr. A.S. Kurzekar,YCCE NagpurMs. Pranita Fating, Mr. Bhavesh Mishra, Mr. Vikram IngleResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur“An Investigation on Geopolymer Concrete: A Review”April, 2021International Journal of Disaster Recovery and Business ContinuityVol.12, No.1, (2021), pp 668-673, ISSN: 2005-4262 IJDRBC, WOS INDEXED
29
Mr. A.S. KurzekarYCCE NagpurKunal Wailkar, Pranny Chide, Mr manthan Shende, Mr. Jinendra Ralekar, Ms. Dhanashree Walke, Ms. Dhanshree Tayade,Research Scholar, YCCE Nagpur“Analysis and Design of a Residential Building by Using STAAD Pro”April, 2021International Journal of Modern Agriculture,ISSN: 2305-7246, Volume 10 Issue 2, 2021,
Website: http: // www.modern – journals.com
WOS INDEXED
30
Dr. Ms. B.V. Bahoria,YCCE NagpurMs. Ashwini BadhiyeResearch Scholar“Study of Mechanical properties of Sand extracted from Overburden of WCL Mines–the Effective Sustainable Sand Solution”April, 2021Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education,Volume 12, No.10 (2021), pp 6152-6159,
SCOPUS INDEXED
31
Mr. S.G. Kalamkar,YCCE NagpurMs. Anuja Kalambe, Ms. Mrunali Doye, Ms. Nikita ShendeResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur“A Review of Various Techniques for Removal of Fluoride from Water”April, 2021International Journal of Modern Agriculture
WOS INDEXED
 ISSN : 2305-7246, Volume 10 Issue 2, 2021, Website : http : // www.modern – journals.com
32
Mrs. V.N. Mendhe,YCCE NagpurMr. Mrunal S. HatwarResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur“Use of Cold form section for low cost housing”May, 2021International Journal of Grid and Distributed Computing
WOS INDEXED
Vol 14, No.1, (2021), pp., 1291-1303, ISSN : 2005-4262 IJGDC,
33
Ms. Pranjali A. Madankar,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurMs. S.G. Hirekhan, Mr. Kashif A. QureshiYCCE Nagpur“Optimization of dimension and quantity of Material for clear water sump of 300 KL Capacities with Pump House”May, 2021International Journal of Grid and Distributed Computing
WOS INDEXED
Vol 14, No.1, (2021), pp., 2195-2165, ISSN : 2005-4262 IJGDC,
34
Ms. Anubhuti GuptaResearch Scholar, YCCE Nagpur Mr. K.S. Ansari, Md. Fassiuddin, Dr. Rajesh GuptaYCCE Nagpur,VNIT Nagpur“A new Genetic Algorithm Based Methodology for Optimal Design of Water Distribution Networks”May, 2021Journal of Indian Water works AssociationISSN 0970-275X
35
Mr. Ashish R. Mahure,Research Scholar, YCCE Nagpur, Dr. R.R. DighadeYCCE Nagpur“To Review: Reduction in sedimentation and evaporation losses in the reservoir”May, 2021International Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering Technology and Science
Impact Factor-5.354
Volume -03/Issue-05/ May-2021 ISSN:2582-5280
36
Kunal WankarResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. A.V. PatilYCCE NagpurPreliminary Investigations into Effects of Corrosion and its
Assessment in RCC Structures
June 2021International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
Impact Factor- 7.53
Referred Journal
Volume: 08 Issue: 06 |
e-ISSN: 2395-0056
www.irjet.net p-ISSN: 2395-0072
37
   Dr. A.V. Patil1,YCCE NagpurShalaka Yerkade , Sainath Matte, Ashish RathodResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurThe State-of-the-Art Report on use of Strengthening of RCC Structure by Reinforcing with Steel Bars and Geosynthetic MaterialJune 2021International Journal of Innovative research in technology. (IJIRT)
Impact Factor- 0.76
Volume 8 Issue 1 | ISSN: 2349-6002
38
Dhiraj AgrawalYCCE NagpurMohini R. Gawande,
Ruchika S. Patil
Rajesh R. Joshi
Research Scholar, YCCE Nagpur,
Wainganga College, Nagpur
Study On Analysis of Tubular Roof Truss for Cricket StadiumJanuary 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,
IMPACT FACTOR: 6.2
Volume 50, Issue-01, Paper ID: HST-0121-07, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
39
Udaysingh PatilResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurS P Raut
Rahul V Ralegaonkar
Mangesh V Madurwar
YCCE Nagpur,
VNIT ,Nagpur
Sustainable Building Materials Using Textile Effluent Treatment Plant Sludge: A ReviewPublished Online:
June 18, 2021
Green Materials Science Citation Index Expandedhttps://doi.org/10.1680/jgrma.21.00027
ISSN 2049-1220 | E-ISSN 2049-1239
40
Shreyash Dhere,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurShrihari Bhuskade, Prajwal Khandekar, Nishant Rokade, Vinayak Talkokulwar, Dattaray Talkokulwar, Kartik Shingne, Dr. J.M. RautYCCE NagpurProject Planning and Management of structure using primavera P6 softwareJune, 2021International Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering Technology and Science, Volume : 03 / Issue : 06 /June-2021, Impact Factor – 5.354,www.irjmets.com, e-ISSN ; 2582 -5208
41
Hitesh Mandwe,Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurSakshi Walke, Sanjana Gundawar, Lalit Turkar, Kiran Kothe, Neel Bobade
Prashant Pande
YCCE NagpurA Review on Artificial Neural Networks for Analyzing Unsaturated Shear Strength of SoilJune 2021International Advanced Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology
DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.8661
Vol. 8, Issue 6, June 2021
ISSN-2394-1588
42
Ashish RaoResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. S.V.AmbekarYCCE NagpurWater Distribution System Optimization-A brief ReviewJune 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, IMPACT FACTOR : 6.2Volume 50, Issue-06, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
43
Trupti RathodResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. S.V.AmbekarYCCE NagpurAnalysis and Treatment of Sugar Mill WasteJune 2021GIS Science journal
IMPACT FACTOR-6.1
Doi – 20.18001.GSJ. 2021.V816.21.37417
ISSN No : 1869-9361, Volume 7, Issue 10, 2020,
44
Chetana RautResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr.S.Y. Bodakhe
Dr. S.V.Ambekar
YCCE NagpurLow-cost Treatment Methods of SewageJune 2021Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology,
IMPACT FACTOR : 6.2
Volume 50, Issue-06, ISSN No- 1671-4512,
45
Ashish RaoResearch Scholar, YCCE NagpurDr. S.V.AmbekarYCCE NagpurMicro Plastics in WaterJune 2021International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)Volume 08, Issue-06, ISSN No- 2395-0072
46
Dr. Prashant PandeYCCE NagpurParimal Bhakare, Shreyash Goenka,
Aishwarya Godde
Research Scholar, YCCE NagpurImpact of Solid Waste on Geotechnical Properties of SoilJune 2021International Advanced Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology
DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.8661
Vol. 8, Issue 6
ISSN-2394-1588

Details of Technical papers published in International conference during the academic year 2020-2021

S. N.
Name of first author/authors claiming incentiveName of institution of authorName of co- author(s)Name of institution of co- author (s)Title of paperDate of conference / PublicationsDetails  of institution where the paper is presented / published)Availability of the paper on website/proceedings and Name of Conference
1
Dr. A.M. Shende,YCCE, NagpurDr. K.P. Yadav, Dr. A.M. Pande,YCCE,
Nagpur
“Artificial Neural Network (ANN) Models for prediction of steel fibre reinforced concrete strength”05-07, November 2020Visvesvaraya national institute of Technology, NagpurInternational Conference of Advances in Civil Engineering, CE 2020, VNIT, Nagpur
2
K.S. AnsariYCCE, Nagpur Mr. Avinash N. ShrikhadeKITS,Ramtek“Impact of Different Mode of Electrode Connection on Performance of Hybrid Electrocoagulation Unit Treating Greywater”05-07, November 2020Visvesvaraya national institute of Technology, NagpurInternational Conference of Advances in Civil Engineering, CE 2020, VNIT, Nagpur
3
Sanket Devikar,YCCE, NagpurK.S. Ansari, Ms. C.S. Waghmare, Mr. Mangesh Bhokar, Mr. Avinash N. ShrikhadeYCCE, Nagpur“Domestic Grey water Treatment by Hybrid Electrocoagulation and Filtration Method in Continuous mode”04-05, December 2020G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur, IndiaInternational Conference on Smart Technologies for Energy, Environmental & Sustainable Development (ICSTEESD-20), Springer
4
Dr. Ms. B.V. Bahoriya,YCCE, NagpurAshwini BadhiyaYCCE, NagpurExtracted sand from Overburden of WCL mines as Sustainable sand Solution04-05, December 2020G.H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur, IndiaInternational Conference on Smart Technologies for Energy, Environmental & Sustainable Development (ICSTEESD-20), Springer
5
Ms. S.S. Meshram,YCCE, NagpurM.V. Gawadi, D. Sontake, D.P. Mase, Condition Assessment of Old Residential Police Quarters27-28 December 2020Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil, College of Engineering & Technology, NagpurAICTE Sponsored International E-Conference on Recent Trends in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence in the Field of Science & Technology, Organised in Collaboration with SEGI University, Malaysia
6
K.S. Ansari,YCCE NagpurMs. Tripti B. Gupta,RCOEM, Nagpur“Performance evaluation of ponga,ia prinnata shell waste for the treatment of toxic congo-red dye bearing wastewater”04-06 February 2021Civil engineering department SVNIT Surat, Gujarat, India in association with ICI Surat CentreVirtual International Conference on “Sustainable Building materials and Construction (ICSBMC-2021)
7
Dr.B.V. Bahoria,YCCE NagpurAshwini BadhiyaResearch Scholar,
Nagpur
“Study of Mechanical properties of Sand extracted from Overburden of WCL Mines – the Effective Sustainable Sand Solution”26-27 February 2021Institute for Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP) at Amanora Park Town, Pune3rd International Conference on Latest Trends in Engineering and Management (ICLTEM-2021)”
8
K.S. AnsariYCCE NagpurMs. Anubhuti Gupta, Abdy Sayyed,Research Scholar,
Nagpur
“Types of Decision variables in optimal design of water distribution networks”13-14 February 2021Department of Civil Engineering Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) Bhopal, MPInternational Conference on “Recent Advances in Civil Engineering for Sustainable Development (RACESD-2021)
9
Ms.S.S. Meshram,YCCE NagpurDr. S.P. Raut, M.V. Madurwar,YCCE Nagpur
VNIT, Nagpur
“Utilization of Agro-Industrial Waste in Production of Sustainable Building Blocks”11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, PuneAdvances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
10
Ms. S.S. MeshramYCCE NagpurManish Waghave, Palash R. KukwasResearch Scholar,
Nagpur
“Strength enhancement of concrete using metakaolin; A Review18-20 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, KDK College of Engineering, Nagpur“International Conference on Advancements and Innovations in Civil Engineering
11
Monali WaghYCCE NagpurBhupendra Dhurve, Pranjay Madave, Prashik Bhimte, Rohit Nagrale Sumit Wadive, Vrushubh Ganar,Research Scholar,
Nagpur
“Study on properties of Self Compacting Concrete with the use of metakaolin”18-20 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, KDK College of Engineering, Nagpur“International Conference on Advancements and Innovations in Civil Engineering
12
H.R. NikhadeYCCE NagpurDr. B.Ram Rathan LalKITS, Ramtek“Experimental studies on Sugar cane Bagasse Ash Based Materials Reinforce with Glass Fibre”18-20 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, KDK College of Engineering, Nagpur“International Conference on Advancements and Innovations in Civil Engineering
13
Monali Wagh,YCCE NagpurDr. U.P.WagheYCCE, Nagpur“Study on Self Compacting Concrete with supplementary cementitious material – A Review”11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, PuneAdvances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
14
   Dr. A. V. PatilYCCE, NagpurS. G. Padishalwar   RCERT, Chandrapur, (Maharashtra), INDIA   Studies in development of excel sheet for estimation of RCC Buildings11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, COEP, PuneTEQIP-III Sponsored International Conference on Advances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
Springer And ASCE
15
   Ankush AsatiYCCE, NagpurUdaysingh PatilYCCE, NagpurCritical study of wind effect on RC structure
with different permeability
11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, COEP, PuneTEQIP-III Sponsored International Conference on Advances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
Springer And ASCE
16
Udaysingh PatilYCCE, NagpurS. P. Raut  Mangesh V. MadurwarVNIT , NAGPURDevelopment of sustainable brick using textile effluent treatment plant sludge11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, COEP, PuneTEQIP-III Sponsored International Conference on Advances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
Springer And ASCE
17
Maansingh Patil1,Associate Engineer,
Mumbai India
Pandey.A.D ,
Udaysingh Patil
YCCE, NagpurImpact of Joint Flexibility on Steel Railway Plate Girder Bridge11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, COEP, PuneTEQIP-III Sponsored International Conference on Advances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
Springer And ASCE
18
K.S. AnsariYCCE, Nagpur   Mr. Avinash N. ShrikhadeKITS, RamtekEvaluation of Greywater Treatment by Hybrid Electrocoagulation and Filtration Method in Continuous Mode”22-23 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering,
MANIT Bhopal
International Conference on “Water and Environment’’ (ICWE-2021)
19
P. B. PandeYCCE, Nagpur S. R. Khandeshwar, S. P. BajadYCCE, NagpurShear Strength Behavior of an Unsaturated Clayey SoilApril, 2021 Proceedings of the Indian Geotechnical Conference
Indexed By Scopus
Lecture Notes In Civil Engineering
20
Dhiraj AgrawalYCCE, NagpurU. P. Waghe, M. D. Goel, S. P. Raut, Ruchika PatilYCCE, NagpurPerformance of Geopolymer Concrete Developed Using Industrial Wastes – A Critical Review11-12 March 2021Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, COEP, PuneTEQIP-III Sponsored International Conference on Advances in Construction Technology and Management-2021 (ACTM-2021)
Springer And ASCE
21
Dr.V.G.MeshramYCCE, Nagpur  Experimental Studies on utilization of coarser Fly ash in Concrete24-26 April 2021Mattest Research Academy, Chennai,Tamil Nadu.International Conference on Advanced Materials and Characterization -2021
IOP Publishing conference Series
22
Dhiraj Agrawal,YCCE, NagpurDr. U. P. WagheYCCE, NagpurEffect of Crumb Rubber Particle Sizes on Mechanical Properties of Rubberized Concrete26-27 March 2021G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering & Management AhmednagarNational Conference on “Engineering Systems Design and Optimization” (CESDO 2021

Details of Book Chapter Published during the academic year 2020-2021

Sl. No.Name of the teacherTitle of the book/chapters publishedTitle of the paperTitle of the proceedings of the conferenceName of the conferenceNational / InternationalYear of publicationISBN/ISSN number of the proceedingAffiliating Institute at the time of publicationName of the publisher
1
Dr. S.P.RautAdvances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural DevelopmentAnalysis of Tall Building Using IS 16700-2017 and ASCE 7-10Advances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural Development“International
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural
Developments (ICRACEID 2019)
InternationalNovember 2020ISBN 978-981-15-6462-8 ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 (eBook)Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,
Nagpur
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
(Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering)
2
S. S. Meshram, S. P. RautAdvances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural DevelopmentUtilization of Cupola Slag
as a Sustainable Construction Material
Advances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural Development“International
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural
Developments (ICRACEID 2019)
InternationalNovember 2020ISBN 978-981-15-6462-8 ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 (eBook)Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,
Nagpur
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering )
3
Harshal M.WaradeAdvances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural DevelopmentImpact of Micronutrients on Bioenergy
Production with Addition of Animal
Dung—A Pilot-Scale Study
Advances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural Development“International
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural
Developments (ICRACEID 2019)
InternationalNovember 2020ISBN 978-981-15-6462-8 ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 (eBook)Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,
Nagpur
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
(Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering)
4
P. B. Pande , S. R. KhandeshwarAdvances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural DevelopmentReview of Experimental Techniques
for Evaluating Unsaturated Shear
Strength of Soil
Advances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural Development“International
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural
Developments (ICRACEID 2019)
InternationalNovember 2020ISBN 978-981-15-6462-8 ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 (eBook)Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,
Nagpur
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
(Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering)
5
S. R. KhandeshwarAdvances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural DevelopmentDesign of Rising Main for Amravati
Water Supply Scheme
Advances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural Development“International
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural
Developments (ICRACEID 2019)
InternationalNovember 2020ISBN 978-981-15-6462-8 ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 (eBook)Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,
Nagpur
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
(Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering)
6
Dhiraj Agrawal, U. P. Waghe, and S. P. RautAdvances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural DevelopmentPerformance Evaluation of Rubberized
Concrete with the Use of Steel Fibers
Advances in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural Development“International
Conference on Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructural
Developments (ICRACEID 2019)
International ISBN 978-981-15-6462-8 ISBN 978-981-15-6463-5 (eBook)Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering,
Nagpur
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
(Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering)

Summary of Patent and Copyright 

Session Patent Copyright 
2023-24

04 (Granted)

12 (Published)

12
2022-23

04 (Granted)

02 (Published)

09
2021-2201 (Granted)11
2020-2102 (Granted)23
2019-20

01 (Granted)

02 (Published)

15

Patent – 2023-24

S.N Name of the Inventor Title of the Patent Application No. Filed/Published / Granted 
1 1. Ms.Durga Thakare
2. Mr.Prashant B. Pande 
3. Mr.Jayant M.Raut
4.Mr.Harshal Sangole
5.Mr.Rahul Sangole 
A Latch Circuit Based Portable Site-Specific Landslide Early Warning system  202221069231 

Granted 

(Patent No.451322 on 13.09.2023) 

 

2 1. Ms.Dipali Dhage
2. Mr.P. B. Pande 
3. Mr.H.M.Warade                            4. Mr.Chinmay Chintanwar 

 

A Hollow Reinforced Brick 

 

202221069238 

 

Granted 

(Patent No.453109 on 20.09.2023) 

 

3 

1. Mr.Prashant B. Pande 

2. Mr. Santanu R. Khandeshwar 

3. Mr.Jayant M. Raut 

Apparatus to determine bearing capacity of soil 201821015518 

Granted 

(Patent No.474364 on 29.11.2023) 

 

4 Ms. Sneha G. Hirekhan Air Quality Detectie Smart Window Partition 387592-001 

Granted  

(24.08.2023) 

5 1. Mrs. Minal D. Agrawal
2. Mr. Dhiraj G. Agrawal
3. Mr. Udaykumar P. Waghe
4. Mrs. Prajakta U. Waghe
5. Mr. Bhupesh P. Nandurkar 
A Process for Pre-treatment of Rubber Particles 202321042900 Published 
6 1.  Mrs. Nandini P.Hinge
2 . Mr. Pawan K. Hinge
3 . Mr. Tushar G. Shende
4 . Mr. Bhupesh P. Nandurkar
5 . Mr. Dhiraj G. Agrawal 
A Composition  oF Concrete Comprises of E- Waste 202321043145 Published 
7 1. Ms. Sangita S.Meshram
2 . Mr. Sanjay P.Raut
3 . Mr. Uday Singh Patil  
A Composition and Method for Making High-Strength Sustainable Bricks from Cupola Slag 202321043146 Published 
8 1. Ms. Monali R. Wagh
2. Mr. Udaykumar P. Waghe
3. Mr. Anshul R. Nikhade
4. Mr. Harshal R. Nikhade 
A Composition for making sustainable Self-Compacting Concrete using Bagasse ash, Metakaolin and glass fiber 202321043487 Published 
9 1.  Mr.Vilas G.Meshram
2. YADAV, Amruta Arun
3. RAUT, Jayant Manohar
4. Ms.Charuta S.Waghmare  
A Composition for Preparation of sustainable lightweight concrete 202321043810 Published 
10 1. Ms. Amruta A.Yadav
2.  Mr.Ajay R.Gajbhiye
3. Mr. Alpesh A. Adekar 
A Composition for making Sustainable Concrete comprises of   Metakaolin and Copper slag 202321043811 Published 
11 1.  Mr. Harshal R. Nikhade
2. Mr. Ramrathan Lal Birali
3. Mr. Ajay R. Gajbhiye
4. Mr. Khalid S. Ansari 
A Light Weight Filler Material for Sustainable Construction 202321043812 Published 
12  1. Mr.Rajesh M.Bhagat
2 . Mr. Santanu R. Khandeshwar
3 . Mr.Ajay R.Gajbhiye  
An Agro-based composite adsorbents to remove heavy metals from industrial wastewater 202321044247 Published 
13 

1. Mr.Jayant M. Raut  

2. Mr. Rajendra R.Dighade 

3. Mr. Santanu R. Khandeshwar 

An Instrument for Determination of stability of slope 202321044249 Published 
14 1. Mrs.Radhika Y.Kherde
2 . Mr.Yogesh P.Kherde
3 . Mr. Uday P. Waghe 
Precast Panel and Process of Developing
Precast Panel for Enhancing
Serviceability of Flexible Pavem 
202321051654 Published 
15 1. Ms.Charuta S. Waghmare
2 . Mr.Khalid S. Ansari
3 . Mr. Sujesh Ghodmare
4 . Mr. Harshal M.Warade 
Absorbent and Process of Developing an Adsorbent from Marigold Flower waste 202321051658 Published 
16 1. Vaishali Nilesh Mendhe
2. Sanjay Keshaorao Bhadke
3 . Khalid Shamim Ansari
4 . Jayant Manohar Raut 

 

Method of Making Concrete Structures using Plastic Balls 

 

202321054992 Published 

Patent – 2022-23

S.NName of the InventorTitle of the PatentApplication No.Filed/Published / Granted
11. Ms.Nitu Patil
2. Mr.Uday Singh Patil
3. Mr.Sanjay P.Raut
A Composition And Method for Making High-Strength Lightweight Sustainable Bricks from Textile Effluent Treatment Plant Sludge202121062265Granted (Patent No.406474 on 13.09.2022)
21. Mr.Jayant M.Raut
2. Mr.Shantanu R.Khandeshwar                                 3. Mr.Prashant B. Pande
4. Ms.Madhuri S. Bhagat
5. Mr.Punit Fulzele,
An Instrument for Determining Bearing Capacity of Soil Under Dynamic Load202121062266Granted (Patent No.416210 on 30.12.2022)
31. Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare 2.Mr. Khalid S.Ansari 3.Mr.Shantanu R.Khandeshwar                                 4.Ms.Vaishali N MendheA Multistage Bucket for Floor Cleaning202121062267Granted (Patent No.415809 on 28.12.2022)
41. Ms. Madhuri S. Bhagat 2.Mr. Ajay R. Gajbhiye,                             3. Mr. Jayant M.Raut 4. Mr.Aniket Pathade,A Briquette Making Machine202121062260Granted (Patent No.416190 on 30.12.2022)
5Ms. Boskey V.BahoriaA Composition to Sustainably Substitute Natural Sand in Concrete202221068787Published
61. Ms.Durga Thakare 2. Mr.Prashant B. Pande 3. Mr.Jayant M.Raut 4.Mr.Harshal Sangole 5.Mr.Rahul SangoleA Latch Circuit Based Portable Site-Specific Landslide Early Warning system202221069231Published
71. Ms.Nitu Patil 2. Mr.Sanjay P.Raut 3 .Mr.Sandip S. Khedkar 4 . Mr.Uday P. Waghe 5 . Mr.Uday Singh PatilA Flexural and Shear Brick Bond Testing Machine202221069235Published

Patent – 2021-22

S.NName of the InventorTitle of the PatentApplication NoFiled/Published /Granted
11 Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare 2.Mr. Jayant M.RautApparatus for Treating Wastewater202021047617Granted (Patent No.371597 on 09.07.2020)
21 Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare 2.Mr. Jayant M.RautApparatus and Method for Determining Bearing Capacity of soil202021047872Granted (Patent No.371580 on 09.07.2020)
31.Mr.Abhay V.Patil 2.Mr.Sanjay P.RautStructure Unit having expanded metal mesh as reinforcement and method for manufacturing the structural unit633/MUM/2011Granted (Patent No.384400 on 15.12.2021)

Patent – 2020-21

S.NName of the InventorTitle of the PatentApplication NoPublished /Filed/Award
11.Prof.C.S.Waghmare 2.Dr.J.M.RautApparatus for Treating Wastewater202021047617Published
21.Prof.C.S.Waghmare 2.Dr.J.M.RautApparatus and Method for Determining Bearing Capacity of soil202021047872Published

 

Patent – 2019-20

S.NName of the InventorTitle of the PatentApplication NoPublished /Filed/Award
11.Dr. S.V. Ambekar, 2.Prof. V.A.Mhaisalkar, 3.Prof.M.M.GhangrekarAnode, Cathode and Separator in Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC) for treatment of wastewater and electricity generation3095/MUM/2013Awarded (Patent no.333727 on 03.03.2020)
21.Uttam Ramchandra Awari 2.Dr.Ajay R.GajbhiyeDetachabale iron mould with trimed and modified edges specially designed for concrete columns applic201721014890Published
31.Anup Raghunath Kaparthi 2.Dr.Abhay Vinayakrao PatilUtilization of Non-Biodegradable Silico Manganese Slag waste for Building,Roads and Civil works201823018811Published

 

Patent – 2018-19

S.NName of the InventorTitle of the PatentApplication NoPublished /Filed/Award
11.P.B. Pande, 2.Dr. S.R. Khandeshwar,Soil Copaction Apparatus201821015517Published
21.P.B. Pande, 2.Dr. S.R. Khandeshwar, J.M. RautApparatus to determine bearing capacity of soil201821015518Published

Copyright:2023-24

S.N Title Name Of The Author Diary No. Registration No. 
1 Air Quality Management (Part-I) Ms. Charuta S. Waghmare 16190/2023-CO/L L-132115/2023 
2 Geotechnical Investigation And Ground Improvement Techniques Mr. Jayant M. Raut 16217/2023-CO/L L-133243/2023 
3 Design Of Bridge Structures (Part-I) Ms. Boskey V. Bahoria 16229/2023-CO/L L-132754/2023 
4 Solid Waste Management Mr. Sanket G. Kalamkar 16299/2023-CO/L L-133244/2023 
5 Structural Audit And Rehabilitation Of 62-Year-Old Commercial Building Mr. Sanjay P. Raut 16301/2023-CO/L L-131988/2023 
6 Building Services (Part-II) Mr. Sagar W. Dhengare 16327/2023-CO/L L-132968/2023 
7 Eccentric Connection And Design Of Foot Bridge Mr. Vivek D. Jayale 16328/2023-CO/L L-132835/2023 
8 Water Shed Management (Part-I) Ms. Madhuri S. Bhagat 17391/2023-CO/L L-133006/2023 
9 Construction Techniques (Part-I) Ms. Pallavi S. Chakole 17394/2023-CO/L L-132169/2023 
10 Engineering Hydrology (Part-I) Ms. Snehal K. Kamble 17395/2023-CO/L L-132049/2023 
11 Pavement Design Part-I Mr. Yogesh P. Kherde 23837/2022-CO/L L-136985/2023 
12 Environmental Legislation Mr. Harsha M. Warade 23763/2022-CO/L L-137212/2023  

Copyright:2022-23

S.NTitleName Of The AuthorDiary No.Registration No.
1Enhancement of Biogas Product by the Process of BioaugmentationMs. Snehal K. Kamble15699/2022-CO/LL-121380/2023
2Partial Replacement of Cement by Hypo-SludgeMs. Pallavi S. Chakole15701/2022-CO/L 
3Laboratory Manual of Structural DynamicsMs. Sneha G. Hirekhan23712/2022-CO/L 
4Environmental LegislationMr. Harsha M. Warade23763/2022-CO/L 
5Laboratory Manual of Surveying Part-IMr. Harshal R. Nikhade & Mr..Khalid S.Ansari23768/2022-CO/L 
6Laboratory Manual of Surveying Part-IIMr..Khalid S.Ansari & Mr. Harshal R. Nikhade23770/2022-CO/L 
7Introduction to Air PollutionMr. Sanket G.Kalamkar23835/2022-CO/L 
8Pavement Design Part-IMr. Yogesh P. Kherde23837/2022-CO/L 
9Non-Destructive TestingMr. Vivek D.Jayale23918/2022-CO/L 
10Earthquake Engineering- Part IIMrs.Vaishali N.Mendhe23919/2022-CO/L 
11Analysis of Multistoried Building Resting on Sloping Ground by Response Spectrum and Seismic Coefficient MethodMs. Monali R.Wagh26544/2022-CO/L 

Copyright:2021-22

S.NTitleName of the AuthorDiary No.Registration No.
1STRENGTH ENHANCEMENT OF CONCRETE USING METAKAOLINProf.Sangita S.Meshram26141/2021-CO/L
L-113306/2022
 
2ELEMENTS OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERIN (PART-I)Prof.Udaysingh Patil, Prof.Ankush N.Asati26156/2021-CO/LL-113550/2022
3Performance Assessement of RCDr.S.P.Raut27046/2021-CO/LL-110879/2022
4EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING (PART-III)Prof.Vaishali N.Mendhe27050/2021-CO/LL-111556/2022
5Structural Analysis (Part-i)Prof.Amruta Yadav27329/2021-CO/LL-110878/2022
6Air Quality Management (Part-I)Prof.Charuta Waghmare27384/2021-CO/LL-111580/2022
7Design of Tension Member at varying Pitch DistancesProf.Vivek D.Jayale27749/2021-CO/LL-111764/2022
8FOUNDATION ENGINEERING (PART-I)Prof.Payal.D.Lunge27779/2021-CO/LL-111754/2022
9AN INVESTIGATION OF HIGH STRENGTH  GEOPOLYMER CONCRETEProf.Atul S.Kurzekar27781/2021-CO/LL-111755/2022
10BUILDING SERVICES (PART-I)Prof.Sagar W.Dhengare30656/2021-CO/LL-113466/2022
11Laboratory Manual of Matrix Analysis of StructureProf. Dhiraj Agrawal9848/2022-CO/LL-118157/2022

 

Copyright:2020-21

S.NTitleName of the AuthorDiary No.Registration No.
1Investigation of Rubberized ConcreteProf.D.G.Agrawal16623/2020-CO/LL-97486/2020
2Design Approach of Sewerage System for Bhandara Town (Zone 1) : A Case StudyPorf.K.S.Ansari16828/2020-CO/LL-97587/2020
3Response surface methodology (RSM) models for prediction of steel fibre reinforced concrete strengths.Dr Abhay Shende Dr Anant Pande Dr Karunesh Yadav17395/2020-CO/LL-98612/2021
4Lab Manual of Concrete Technology (PART-II)Prof.Sangita Meshram17459/2020-CO/LL-97232/2020
5Analysis of Beam by Flexibility Matrix MethodProf.B.P.Nandurkar17471/2020-CO/LL-97231/2020
6Response surface Methodology (Rsm) models for prediction of steel fibre reinforced concrete strengths by using 3 independent pie terms without control strengths.Dr Abhay Shende Dr Anant Pande Dr Karunesh Yadav17503/2020-CO/LL-98611/2021
7Experimental study of partial replacement of cement by glass powderProf.P.S.Chakole19140/2020-CO/LL-99193/2021
8Calibration of Bearing Capacity Equipment of soilProf. J.M Raut20195/2020-CO/LL-98848/2021
9Study of Tension Menber in Different Modes of Failure for Angle sectionProf. V.D.Jayale20201/2020-CO/LL-98684/2021
10Prestressed Concre -Part IProf. M.R.Wagh20246/2020-CO/LL-98853/2021
11Preparation of Detailed Estimate on Proposed building of CMPDIProf. S.K.Kamble20252/2020-CO/LL‐102039/2021
12Analysis And Design of Multistoried Building in Various Seismic Zones in IndiaMs.Sneha G.Hirekhan21249/2020-CO/LL-99164/2021
13Analysis Of Clayey Soil using Suction and Triaxial TestMr. Prashant B. Pande21317/2020-CO/LL-99165/2021
14Comparative Analysis and Structural Evaluation of Light Gauge Cold Formed Structure with RCSMr.Yogesh P.Kherde21514/2020-CO/LL-99677/2021
15Condition Assessment of Gokulpeth Market BuildingMr. Sanket G. Kalamkar415/2021-CO/LL-99472/2021
16Experimental Study on Ductility of Rubberized ConcreteMr. Sourabh M. Amrodiya424/2021-CO/LL-99683/2021
17Surveying- Part IMr. Harshal R. Nikhade763/2021-CO/LL-99892/2021
18Surveying- Part IIMr.Rajesh. M. Bhagat954/2021-CO/LL-99875/2021
19Construction Techniques- Part IMr. Sourabh M. Amrodiya1086/2021-CO/LL-100079/2021
20Surveying- Part IIIMr. Sanket G. Kalamkar1970/2021-CO/LL-100256/2021
21Lab Manual of Engineering MechanicsProf. Atul S. Kurzekar1967/2021-CO/LL-100322/2021
22Lab Manual of Concrete Technology (PART-I)Prof. P.K.Hinge7809/2021-CO/LL‐103352/2021
23Treatment of Grey Water Using vertical GardeningMr. Sanjay M. Waghmare9512/2021-CO/LL-105781/2021

 

Copyright:2019-20

S.NTitleName of the AuthorDiary No.Registration No.
1Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by Crown Caps in ConcreteProf.A.A.Yadav1585/2020-CO/LL-90374/2020
2Conversion of Organic Matter to BioethanolDr.S.V.Ambekar2635/2020-CO/LL-91486/2020
3Water Audit of Water Distribution NetworkDr.R.R.Dighade2639/2020-CO/LL-90822/2020
4Laboratory Manual of Structural DynamicsDr.A.M.Pande Prof.S.G.Hirekhan2706/2020-CO/LL-91558/2020
5Detailed Project Report on Maharashtra Samruddhi MahamargProf.S.K.Kamble2891/2020-CO/LL-93658/2020
6Hydraulic of Structural Design of Large Diameter Pumping Main,Pipe supports,Anchor and Thrust BlocksProf.P.S.Chakole2893/2020-CO/LL-93657/2020
7Seismic Analysis of structure considering soil structure interactionProf.S.S.Meshram4523/2020-CO/LL-94084/2020
8Comparative Study on Analysis And Design of Roof Truss for Cricket StadiumProf.Dheeraj Agrawal6542/2020-CO/LL-94529/2020
9Grass based bio-methanation-A new approach towards sustainable energyProf.Harshal Warade6543/2020-CO/LL-97628/2020
10Studies in Retrofitting Analysis of Typical RC Framed Building with The Help of Bracing Using E-Tab SoftwareProf.Monali Wagh6616/2020-CO/LL-93523/2020
11Course- Remote Sensing and GISProf.C.S.Waghamre  Prof.K.S.Ansari7864/2020-CO/LL-95407/2020
12Investigation into the issues related to treatment and disposal of MSW in nagpur cityDr.S.R.Khandeshwar8278/2020-CO/LL-94152/2020
13Laboratory Manual of Structural Analysis-IDr.S.P.Raut Prof.V.N.Mendhe8279/2020-CO/LL-93972/2020
14Effect of Curing Cycle on Mechanical Properties of Cement Mortar Cube for Different Grade Of Propertion 1:5 & 1:6.Prof.P.K.Hinge8281/2020-CO/LL-94247/2020
15Seismic Analysis of Irregular RC Structure with Different Bracing SystemDr.V.G.Meshram7771/2020-CO/LL-94539/2020
Session Funding Sanctioned (Lacs
2023-242.74
2022-230.41
2021-222.68
2020-2112.88
2019-2012.00
2018-191.25
2017-182.57

Funding

Sr. No.  Name of the Agency Name of the Investigator Year of  Sanction Funding Sanctioned (Lacs) 
Funding From External Agency (AICTE, DST etc.) 
1 SERB-DST 

Dr. S. P. Raut 

Dr. D. G. Agrawal 

Prof. M. R. Wagh 

2023-24 0.50 
2 SERB-DST 

Prof. C. S.  Waghmare 

Prof. S. G. Kalamkar 

2023-24 0.75 
3 AICTE-Yuvak Dr. M. S. Bhagat 2021-22 2.00 
4 AICTE-RPS Dr. A. V. Patil 2020-21 12.88 
5 AICTE-MODROB 

Dr. S. R. Khandeshwar  

Prof. H. R. Nikhade 

2019-20 12.00 
7 SERB-DST Dr. S. R. Khandeshwar
Prof. K. S. Ansari 
2018-19 0.75 
8 SERB-DST Prof. V. N. Mendhe 2018-19 0.5 
9 SERB-DST 

Dr. S. R. Khandeshwar  

Prof. K.S. Ansari 

2017-18 0.5 
Funding From In-House Agency ( Meghe Group of Institutions) 
1 Meghe Group of Institutions – Innovative UG PG Project 

  

Dr. B. V.  Bahoria 

2023-24 0.25 
2 Meghe Group of Institutions Minor Research & Product Development Dr. J. M. Raut 2023-24 0.5 
3 Meghe Group of Institutions Minor Research & Product Development Prof. S. W. Dhengare 2023-24 0.3 
4 Meghe Group of Institutions Minor Research & Product Development Prof. S. G. Kalamkar 2023-24 0.2 
5 Meghe Group of Institutions Innovative Minor Patentable Product /project Development Scheme  Prof. P. B. Pande  2023-24 0.24 
6 Meghe Group of Institutions Innovative Minor Patentable Product /project Development Scheme  Prof. V. D. Jayale  2022-23 0.26 
7 Meghe Group of Institutions Innovative Minor Patentable Product /project Development Scheme  Prof. C. S. Waghmare 2022-23 0.15 
8 Meghe Group of Institutions Innovative Minor Patentable Product  Development Scheme  Prof. A. S. Kurzekar 2021-22 0.04 
9 Meghe Group of Institutions-Innovative Experimental Research  Prof. V. N. Mendhe  2021-22 0.05 
10 Meghe Group of Institutions -Innovative Minor Patentable Product Scheme  Prof. A. A. Yadav 2021-22 0.3 
11 Meghe Group of Institutions -Innovative Experimental Research  Prof. P. S. Chakole   2021-22 0.13 
12 MGI-Innovative Experimental Research  Prof. R.M. Bhagat 2021-22 0.155 
13 Meghe Group of Institutions- Innovative Experimental set-up Prof. P. B. Pande &
Dr. S. R. Khandeshwar 
2017-18 0.45 
14 Meghe Group of Institutions- Innovative Experimental set-up Prof. B. P. Nandurkar
Prof. A. A. Yadav  

Prof. A. S. Kurzekar 

2017-18 0.25 
15 Meghe Group of Institutions- In-House Minor Project Scheme 

Dr. S. P. Raut   

Prof. D. G. Agrawal 

2017-18 0.97 
16 Meghe Group of Institutions- Innovative Experimental set-up Dr. S. S. Khedkar
Dr. S. P. Raut 
2017-18 0.40 

INDEX (2023-2024)

Sr. No.Name of Chapter Activity conducted Date of activity Name of coordinator
1ACT & IE(I)Blood donation campaign20th Sep 2023

Mr. Khalid Ansari

&

Mr. Sanket Kalamkar

2ACT & IE(I) Nirmalya collection28th  Sep 2023

Mr. Khalid Ansari

&

Mr. Sanket Kalamkar

     Blood Donation Camp Report

Event: Blood Donation Camp
Date: September 20th, 2023
Location: Yeshwantrao College of Engineering, Nagpur
Organizer: Association of Civil Technocrats (ACT), Civil Engineering Department, in collaboration with The Ayush Blood Center, Dhantoli, Nagpur
Overview: The Blood Donation Camp organized by the Association of Civil Technocrats (ACT), Civil Engineering Department, IEI Students Chapters, and ASCE Students Chapters under the ages of IQAC, and YCCE on September 20th, 2023 received an outstanding response from donors. In collaboration with The Ayush Blood Center, Dhantoli, Nagpur, this event played a significant role in addressing the constant need for blood in healthcare facilities.

Blood Donation camp in lab

Organizing Team of Blood Donation Camp

Participant Response: The event witnessed an impressive turnout, with 68 participants enthusiastically donating blood. The donors’ eagerness to contribute to this noble cause was commendable and demonstrated their deep commitment to saving lives through voluntary blood donations.

Efficient Management:

The success of the event can be attributed to efficient planning and execution. The organizers ensured a streamlined registration process, thorough medical screening, and a comfortable and safe environment for the donors. The team from The Ayush Blood Center displayed professionalism and expertise in collecting and preserving the donated blood.

 

 

 

Community Impact:

The impact of this blood donation camp extends far beyond the event itself. The blood collected will play a crucial role in supporting healthcare facilities and patients in need, ultimately making a significant difference in the community’s health and well-being.

 

Acknowledgements:

We extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the donors who selflessly contributed to this event. Their generous acts will undoubtedly save lives and leave a lasting impact on those in need.

We would like to express our gratitude to The Ayush Blood Center for their collaboration and dedication to the cause of blood donation. Their partnership was instrumental in the success of this event.

Conclusion:

The Blood Donation Camp organized by the Association of Civil Technocrats (ACT), Civil Engineering Department at Yeshwantrao College of Engineering on September 20th, 2023, was an exceptional success. It underscored the strength of community spirit and the willingness of individuals to make a meaningful difference through blood donation. We hope that such initiatives will continue to thrive, ensuring a steady and reliable supply of blood for medical emergencies.

We eagerly anticipate future collaborations and the opportunity to save more lives through similar events.

Nirmalya Collection Event

Event: Nirmalya Collection Event
Date:28-09-2023
Location: IT Park, Ambazari Lake, Futala Lake
Organizer: National Service Scheme (NSS) | YCCE, Nagpur
Introduction:
On Ganesh Visarjan day, the NSS YCCE Club and students from college came together to contribute to the cause of river conservation and cleanliness. The primary objective of this event was to collect Nirmalya (ritual offerings) near Ambazari Lake and Futala Lake to prevent pollution and maintain the cleanliness of these vital water bodies.
Acknowledgments: We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the clubs and organizations that generously contributed their support to make this event a success. Special thanks go to:

– Rotaract YCCE
– ACT
– YIN Maha club(sakal)
– CTSC (Computer Technology Student Council)
– NMC (Nagpur Municipal Corporation)
– Nagpur Police
Event Details: On the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Visarjan, the students of YCCE College came together with NSS|YCCE Club and embarked on a noble mission to collect Nirmalya, the ritual offerings, near two iconic water bodies in Nagpur—Ambazari Lake and Futala Lake. This event took place on 28- 09-2023, marking a significant moment in our commitment to environmental responsibility and cultural preservation.

Throughout the day, students and volunteers tirelessly collected Nirmalya, ensuring that the ritual offerings were properly disposed of to protect the environment and the health of our lakes.

Preparation and Planning:

The Ganesh Visarjan Nirmalya Collection Event’s success was driven by meticulous planning, including objective discussions within the organizing committee, eye-catching event posters for awareness, collaboration with local authorities, and efficient logistics management. These efforts were essential to our event’s achievement, reflecting our dedication to environmental responsibility and cultural preservation.

vent Highlights: Throughout the day, the students and volunteers demonstrated exceptional perseverance while diligently collecting Nirmalya. Their unwavering commitment to the cause ensured that the ritual offerings were properly managed, thereby safeguarding our rivers from pollution and maintaining the cleanliness of the lakes.
Perseverance and Success: It was the unwavering perseverance of the students and volunteers that made this event a resounding success. Their dedication to the cause of river conservation and cleanliness is truly commendable. The event not only helped in maintaining the purity of our lakes but also raised awareness about the importance of responsible Ganesh Visarjan practices.
Conclusion: The Ganesh Visarjan Nirmalya Collection Event organized by NSS|YCCE Club and supported by various clubs and organizations exemplifies the spirit of community engagement and environmental responsibility. Together, we can make a significant impact in safeguarding our rivers and maintaining the cleanliness of our city.

INDEX (2022-2023)

Sr. No.Name of Chapter Activity conducted Date of activity Name of coordinator
1ACT & IE(I)Safety kit donation Campaign17th October 2022

Mr. Khalid Ansari

&

Mr. Sanket Kalamkar

2ACT & IE(I) Blood donation campaign25thAugust 2022

Mr. Khalid Ansari

&

Mr. Sanket Kalamkar

3ACT & IE(I)Birding and interaction survey10th Nov 2022

Mr. Khalid Ansari

&

Mr. Sanket Kalamkar

SAFETY KIT DONATION CAMPAIGN SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT

17th October 2022

Report Safety kit donation campaign on 17th October 2022 the Social club of the Civil Engineering Department has successfully organized a safety kit donation campaign under the ages of IQAC and IE(I) students chapter on the occasion of Global Handwashing Day,

The motive of the campaign was to spread awareness amongst the students and understand the importance of hand washing with soap as an effective and affordable way to prevent diseases and save lives. The awareness campaign was scheduled at Zilla Parishad Kendriya Prathmik Shala Mohgaon (Zilpi), Hingna, Nagpur. A volunteer of the social club reached the location at about 2 pm. The teacher already had gathered the group of students at the school grounds, given the proper guidance, and a live demo of how to use the awareness kits. The feedback gave a clear idea of students who are aware of hygiene. Volunteers helped students to know the importance and need of hygiene during their daily routine. Students promised that they would use the kit daily. The best moments during the campaign were uploaded on the official Instagram handle of the club. Volunteers of the club thanked the principal of the school for their support and also thanked all the members of the club for their active participation. The enthusiastic, curious and hardworking team of organizers under the guidance of HOD Dr. Sanjay Raut Student Activity In charge Prof. Khalid Ansari and prof S.G.Kalamkar  and other faculties along with the President, Vice President, and working president of ACT made it a big success

BLOOD DONATION CAMPAIGN SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT

25th August 2022

The most awaited Techno-Cultural event of the Civil Department, ANTAHEEN 22.0 was held on Aug – Sept. The event got an overwhelming response from the students of all the departments in the YCCE as well as the other institutions.

One of the events BLOOD DONATION CAMP was organized on 24th Aug 2022 from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm organized by the Civil Department under the ages of IQAC and IE(I) students’ chapter. The event got a great response from the Donor. The Blood Donation Camp is associated with the Ayush Blood Center, Dhantoli, Nagpur. The great number of donors made the event successful. The Donors were provided with Certificates and Refreshments were provided to each participant.

The enthusiastic, curious, and hardworking team of organizers under the guidance of HOD Dr. Sanjay Raut Sir, President and Vice President of ACT along with Student Activity In charge Prof. Khalid Ansari and other faculties made the event a grand success.

BIRDING AND INTERACTION SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT

10th November  2022

The Department of Civil Engineering and ACT has organized Birding and interaction on account of National Bird Week 2022 In collaboration with Govt of Maharashtra Regional Forest office in Nagpur. Jha sir from Hislop college Nagpur coordinated and guided us, students got the required information.

Venue: Ambazari Biodiversity Park Hingna Wadi link road Near Bombay Wala sweets Hingna MIDC

The idea of this event was to bring birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts from all walks of life together to celebrate the joy of birds. We start our small trek by 4 pm

List of birds we have seen

  1. Green bee-eater
  2. Laughing drongo
  3. Wabler
  4. Kingfisher – white-breasted kingfisher
  5. Common kingfisher
  6. Cattle egret
  7. Jungle babbler
  8. Red munia
  9. Scaly breastred munia
  10. Tricolour munia
  11. Little egret
  12. Spotted dove
  13. Grey shrinke
  14. Common Iora
  15. Red-vented bulbul

INDEX (2021-2022)

Sr. No.Name of ChapterActivity conductedDate of activityName of coordinator
1.ACT & IE(I)Vaccination Awareness Campaign24th July 2021

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

2.ACT & IE(I)Yathogatha15th August 2021

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

3.ACT & IE(I)Survey12th August 2021

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

4.ACT & IE(I)Prasadam18th August 2021

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

VACCINATION AWARENESS CAMPAIGN SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT

24th July 2021

On 24th July 2021, the Social Club Civil Department successfully organised a Vaccination Awareness Campaign. The campaign’s objective was to raise awareness among those who tend to refuse vaccination.

At Ashok Nagri, Beltarodi, a public awareness campaign was scheduled. Volunteers from the social club arrived at the spot shortly after 9.00 a.m. Village activists had already gathered the group of grownups. The feedback provided a clear picture of those who have not yet received the Covid-19 immunization. Volunteers educated the public about the importance and necessity of vaccination during this pandemic. Individuals vowed to be vaccinated as soon as possible. The best moments from the campaign were shared on the club’s official Instagram account.

Volunteers from the club expressed gratitude to community activists for their assistance. Additionally, he praised all club members for their active engagement and vowed to make it a huge success.

YATHOGATHA (Salute to the Real Heroes) SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT

15th August 2020

The NSS | YCCE in partnership with the Social Club | Civil Department arranged the YATHOGATHA event on 15th August 2021 (Independence Day). The primary goal of the event was to recognize our true heroes who risk their lives to ensure the nation’s security.

The Letter, with its passionate words and patriotic meaning, was written to honour true heroes as a token of pride. As the comments were submitted in video format, a member of the Social Club voiced over the letter, which was then submitted to NSS | YCCE. Additionally, the YATHOGATHA event debuted on the official YouTube channel of NSS | YCCE.

The club’s team would like to express their gratitude to all members who dedicated their time and efforts to the event and helped make it a success. Thank you, our real heroes who contribute their lives, to the safety of the nation.

SURVEY (Raipur village, Nagpur)SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT  

12th Aug 2021

On 12th August 2021, the Social Club Civil Department conducted a SURVEY in a village. The primary objective of the event was to ascertain the requirements of residents of a certain backward village

The survey was to take place at Raipur Village, approximately 15 kilometres from the Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering. At 8.30 a.m., volunteers from the Social Club arrived in the village. The Sarpanch of the Village backed him up. Sarpanch told his employees about the Survey and encouraged them to assist all club volunteers. Volunteers collect information from village residents on their needs and the services they receive, such as electricity and water management. Several of the best moments were shared on the club’s official Instagram account.

Finally, the club’s coordinators express their gratitude to every one of the club’s volunteers for their involvement in the survey. Additionally, we appreciate the cooperation of the Sarpanch and village employees. The purpose of the event was to find the needs of the people in particular backward villages.

PRASADAM SOCIAL CLUB CIVIL DEPARTMENT

18th Aug 2021

The PRASADM – FOOD DONATION DRIVE was successfully organised on 18th August 2021 by the Social Club Civil Department. The event was organised in conjunction with Nagpur’s NGO Leaders Club. The primary goal of the campaign was to feed individuals who were in need of food and to spread happiness among them.

The drive was slated to take place in Chota Taj Bag, Nagpur, and the vicinity of Sakkardara. Volunteers from the Club and the NGO took part in the event selflessly. They provide food for around 500 to 600 poor people. The look of joy on people’s faces became the highest reward for both clubs. The best moments were shared on the club’s official Instagram account.

The club’s coordinators wish to express their gratitude to all volunteers for their active involvement and assistance in making the event a spectacular success. Additionally, we want to express our gratitude to the Leaders Club for their great collaboration on the huge event. Participation can also benefit an individual by allowing them to learn from one another, and hence enhancing comprehension through collaboration

Participation has intrinsic value for participants; it acts as a catalyst for further development; it fosters a sense of responsibility; it ensures that a felt need is met; it ensures that things are done correctly; it utilises valuable  indigenous knowledge; it liberates people from reliance on others’ skills; and it

heightens one’s awareness of the root causes of their poverty and what they can do about it.

INDEX (2020-2021)

Sr.

No.

Name of

Chapter

Activity Conducted

Date of

Activity

Name of

Coordinator

1

ACT &

IE(I)

Felicitation of Non-

teaching staff

31st Dec

2019

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

2

ACT&

IE(I)

Yoga Day

21st June

2020

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir & Mr. Ansari Sir
3

ACT &

IE(I)

Yathogatha

15th Aug

2020

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

4

ACT &

IE(I)

Vastushilp

(Ganesh Chaturthi)

22nd Aug

2020

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

5

ACT &

IE(I)

Teachers Day

9th Sept

2020

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

6

ACT &

IE(I)

ARPAN – A Book

Donation Drive

2nd Oct

2020

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir &

Mr. Ansari Sir

7

ACT &

IE(I)

Student Participation

Session 2020

– 2021

Dr. Gajbhiye Sir & Mr. Ansari Sir

Felicitation Of Non-Teaching Staff

 ACT & IE(I)

31st Dec 2019

The event on Felicitation of Non-Teaching Staff of the Civil Department was organized on 31st Dec 2019. The main purpose of the event was to congratulate all the non-teaching members for their work. Many students of the department participated in this event.

YOGA DAY ACT & IE(I)

21st June 2020

The YOGA DAY event was organized on 21st June 2020. The main purpose of the event was to create awareness regarding the importance of Yoga in our day-to-day lives. Many members of the Social Club participated in this event

Faculty members Prof. Agarwal Sir and Prof. Jayle Sir also willingly participated in the event and addressed students. The responses from the members in the form of photos and videos were uploaded on the official Facebook and Instagram handles of the club.

At the end of the event, core team of the club appreciated all those members who participated in the event and making it huge success.

YATHOGATHA…SALAAM-e-HINDUSTAN ACT & IE(I)

15th August 2020

The YATHOGATHA event was organized on 15th August 2020 (Independence Day) under the NSS Club of YCCE in collaboration with the Social Club Civil Department.

The main purpose of the event was to thank our real heroes who contributed their lives to the safety of our nation.

The Letter with soulful words and patriotic meaning was made to felicitate the army officers as a token of pride. Also, the members send their works on the topic of Independence Day. All the received responses from the members were uploaded on the official Facebook and Instagram handles.

At the end of the event, the core team of the club appreciated all the members who participated in the event, making it huge success

VASTUSHILP ACT & IE(I)

22nd Aug 2020

The Vastushilp event was organized on 22 Aug 2020 on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. The main purpose of the event was to pray for Ganapati Bappa health, and wealth in everyone’s life. Many of the members participated in this event

 

    

Students Achievements

Session
Competition
Awards
2023-24
3
3
2022-23
16
21
2021-22
14
18
2020-21
11
12
2019-20
6
9
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 2023-24 
Sr. No.  Name of Student  Competition Details  Date  Rank/Prize 
1  Khushi Bhujade  Rotract poster design competition  Organised by YCCE Nagpur  6th July 2023  2nd rank 
2  Vinshi Sarve  Amrut Maha-Awas Abhiyan 2023-24   Organised by  panchayat samiti Bhandara  15th August 2023  1st rank at district & town level award + certificate 
3  Aditi Gupta, Payal Binkar, Om Rajput, Satyajit Gaikwad,Rahul Rathod  Buildcon Bridge Making NEEV 2024  Organised by   Ramdevbaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur