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Best Practices

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Best Practices of the Department
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NPTEL/SWAYAM Certification by students and Faculty :
Students and Faculty are encouraged and guided to complete NPTEL/SWAYAM certification of courses through reward mechanism.
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Shadow Teaching by fast learners to slow learners.
Fast /Slow learners are Identified and support is provided to them for excellence.
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Coding Club:  
Codechef approved campus chapter, “Codingclub YCCE” promotes various activities for coding skill enhancement of students. 
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Mentor-Mentee:
Senior faculties are allotted as Mentor to the junior faculties for knowledge sharing.
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Academia- Industry/Research Organization Association:
Association between Academia and Industry/Research Organization is strengthened through Professional Elective offering, Internships, Live Projects.
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Innovative Teaching Learning Method:
To become well known centre for pursuing computer education, various Innovative Teaching Learning methods are adopted by faculty members such as coding challenges, case study, project based learning etc.
Faculty Innovations in T-L (2021-22)
EVEN SEMESTER
Sr. No.Innovative MethodologyName of FacultyCourse NameSemester OutcomeNo. of Beneficiaries
1. Mind Map Dr.K.R.Singh MFDA IV Students learn to present information in graphical format. Students understood the process of design of experiment. 61
Prof. N.S.Mangrulkar 73
2. Coding challenge on Codechef platform Prof. P.V. Barekar ADS IV The objective of the tool is to make the learning process entertaining and simple for students. Also this activity helps the student to be in the shoes of actual data analyst 152
Prof.S.R.Kapse ADS IV
Prof. R.S.Khedgaonkar DAA VI 77
3. Project Based Learning Dr. P. A. Deshkar DBMS IV Students will be able to understand the database and UI connectivity 74
Prof. G. M. Vaidya SE VI Students will be able to create project based on any SRS and can manage the different risks evolved during software development. 77
Prof. N. U. Sambhe SE VI Students will be able to create project based on any SRS and can manage the different risks evolved during software development. 77
Prof. Neha Kadu EIT VI Students will be able to understand the database and UI connectivity. 63
4. GATE based Assignment Dr. G.M.Dhopavkar OS IV Improvement in Students capacity to apply knowledge of OS to different unique questions asked in GATE exam 74
5. Salesforce Mini Project Prof. Ganesh Yenurkar CRM VI Students should implement their innovative ideas to develop a salesforce mini project. 53
6. Great Learning Course Registration Prof. S. S. Thombre OS IV Students can able to identify the suitable AI technique and able to apply it in real word game designing. This will also contribute in Life Long Learning 77
7. Poster Designing Prof. S. S. Thombre OS IV Students can able to identify the suitable AI technique and able to apply it in real word game designing. This will also contribute in Life Long Learning. 77
8. JIGSAW Prof.Roshan Bhanuse LP VI Helps students to understand how to work collaboratively 77
9. Inquiry Based Learning Prof. Charvi Suri Multimedia and Animation VI Helps students to find out about topics and discuss with the peers for better understanding of the topic. 64
10. Research based case study Prof. S.P.Pande Internet of Things VI Helps to find the current development in IoT applications through latest published papers. 53
Faculty Innovations in T-L (2021-22)
ODD SEMESTER
Sr. No.Innovative MethodologyName of FacultyCourse NameSemester OutcomeNo. of Beneficiaries
1. Shadow teaching Dr.S.J. Karale Data Structures III Better interaction with senior classmate regarding various doubts in subject of data structures 62
2.   1. Flipped Classroom   2. Virtual Lab Mr.G.K.Yenurkar Computer Architecture and Organisation III 1. Students are able to perform and simulate the Booths Multiplier simulation tools.                                                                                                               2.Students are able to study the concept by their own and attempt the Quiz 67
Mr.P.V.Barekar
3. Project based learning Dr. P. A. Deshkar Object Oriented Programming III Students are able to implement the OOP concept to have solution for real life problem 69
4. Flipped Classroom Mr.G M.Vaidya Object Oriented Programming III Students are able to identify the basic concept of OOP. 66
5. Open Book Programming  Test Dr.R.D.Wajgi Data Structures III Students can think and write their own code by applying appropriate logic in stipulated time, 40
             
6. Project based learning Mr. N. S. Mangrulkar Advanced Web Technologies V Students were able to use latest technologies in Web page development to build a web page 51
7. Flipped Classroom Mr.S.P.Pande Computer Networks V Students are able to study the concept by their own and attempt the Quiz . 78
8.. Mr.R.S.Bhanuse Theoretical Foundation Of Computer Science 67
9. Tool based learning Ms.S.R.Kapse Computer Networks V Students are able to create and simulate the network using different open source simulation tools. 78
             
10. Tool based learning Mr.N.U.Sambhe Network Security VII Students are able to create and simulate the network using different open source simulation tools. 54
11. Flipped Classroom Mr.N.U.Sambhe Adhoc Wireless Network VII . Students are able to study the concept by their own and attempt the Quiz 77
Ms.S. R. Kapse Network Security VII
             
                  12. Flipped Classroom Dr.K.R.Singh Machine Learning Techniques VII Students are able to study the concept by their own and attempt the Quiz 60
Mr. N. S. Mangrulkar Cyber Forensics 53
Mr.G M.Vaidya Design Patterns 48
Mr.S.P.Pande Embedded Systems 48
13. Salesforce Mini Project Mr.G.K.Yenurkar Customer Relation Management VII Students have developed a mini project to implement the cloud services in Salesforce, MS Azure, GCP etc. 53
14. Flipped Classroom Mr.R.S.Khedgaonkar Artificial Intelligence VII Students can solve the problem based on uncertainity 77
15. Game Designing Ms. R.S.Khedgaonkar Artificial Intelligence VII Students can able to identify the suitable AI technique and able to apply it in real word game designing. This will also contribute in Life Long Learning. 72
16. Flipped Classroom Ms.Supriya S.Thombre Artificial Intelligence VII Students can solve any type of question based on Planning Graph. 74
17. Game Designing Ms.Supriya S.Thombre Artificial Intelligence VII Students can able to identify the suitable AI technique and able to apply it in real word game designing. This will also contribute in Life Long Learning. 77
18. Poster Making Ms.Supriya S.Thombre Artificial Intelligence VII Students can able to identify the suitable example during poster deigning. 47
19. Tool Demonstration Mr.Praful V.Barekar Neural Network And Fuzzy Logic VII Students are able to analyse and simulate the given learning rule using Neural NetworkTool in MATLAB. 53
20. Research article writing Dr. P. A. Deshkar Data Mining VII Students able to know the research developments in the field of data mining. This activity increases their interest in this subject. 49
Faculty Innovations in T-L (2020-21)
EVEN SEMESTER
Sr. No.Innovative Methodology PlannedName of FacultySubject/TopicSemesterOutcomeNo. of Beneficiaries
1. Live Quiz (using Quizziz) Dr.R.D. Wajgi DAA VI Students developed the competencies of critical thinking in stipulated time. 75
2. Modern Tool Usage Dr. P. A. Deshkar PSDA IV The objective of the tool is to make the learning process entertaining and simple for students. Also this activity helps the student to be in the shoes of actual data analyst. 65
3. Project Based Learning Ms. S.S. Thombre DBMS LAB IV Students are able to design database various real life problem as a project 64
4. SimSE Simulation Dr. L. B. Damahee SE VI Students can understand Software Management Skills through this Virtual Environment. 77
5. Salesforce Mini Project Prof. Ganesh Yenurkar CRM VI Students should implement their innovative ideas to develop a salesforce mini project. 37
6. Cyber Laws: Case Studies Prof. Ganesh Yenurkar CL VIII Students were able to understand the various cyber laws applied in the case studies 62
7. NPTEL Assignments Prof. Nilesh Sambhe IOT VI Ability of self-learning through given video lectures and develop the competencies of critical thinking. They also able to solve the Quiz based on the given material. 58
Ms. S.S. Thombre DBMS IV 70
Mr. G. M. Vaidya SE VI 75
Mrs. S.R. Kapse IIOT VIII 51
8. Flipped Classroom Mr. P. V. Barekar, Dr.R.D.Wajgi ADS IV Ability of self-learning through given video lectures and develop the competencies of critical thinking. They also able to solve the Quiz based on the given material. 150
Prof.G.M.Vaidya SE IV 75
Dr.S.J.Karale, Dr. S. D. Kamble LP VI 149
Mr. .S.P. Pande IIOT VIII 75
Mr. P. V. Barekar EIT VI 57
Faculty Innovations in T-L (2020-21)
ODD SEMESTER
Sr. No.Innovative MethodologyName of FacultyCourse NameSemester OutcomeNo. of Beneficiaries
1. Flipped Classroom Ms. R.S. Khedgaonkar CAO III Ability of self-learning through given video lectures and develop the competencies of critical thinking. They also able to solve the Quiz based on the given material. 138
Prof. Nikhil Mangrulkar AWT V 75
Ms. S.S. Thombre MOS V 21
Dr.R.D.Wajgi AI VII 65
2. NPTEL Assignments Mrs. N. M. Jichkar DS III Students acquired in-depth knowledge about the course from IIT professors which helps them to understand the IoT course in detail and able to solve the assignments of NPTEL. 73
Dr. P. A. Deshkar OOP III 58
3. Cloud Services Implementation Prof. Ganesh Yenurkar CC VII Students implemented cloud-based services in Salesforce, GCP, MS-Azure etc. 70
4. Modern Tool Usage- googlecolab Dr. K. R Singh ML VII Students explored google colab facility for implementation of assignments and projects. 66
5. Modern Tool Usage-JFLAP TOOL Dr. S. D. Kamble, Prof.R.S.Bhanuse TFCS V The students understood the concept of Automata theory, Regular expression, and grammar. Students are able to solve the numericals based on the above topics. 150
6. Modern Tool Usage-MATLAB Mr. P. V. Barekar NNFL VII The students understood the concept of feedforward and feedbackward architecture of Neural Network for the provided sample input data. Students solved the numericals based on Supervised and unsupervised learning algorithms in Neural Network 71