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Computer Technology

About Department

  • The Department of Computer Technology, Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering was established in 1985 and is accredited by National Board of Accreditation Three times since 2003 and provides an outstanding Academic and Research environment complemented by excellence in teaching.
  • The Department offers UG Programme- B.Tech. in Computer Technology, PG Programme- M.Tech in Computer Science & Engineering, UG Minor Programme in Computer Science & Engineering (for other branches), UG Honors Programme in Data Science, UG Honors Programme in Machine Learning Specialization and UG Honors Programmes in Artificial Intelligence (NPTL Course)
  • Department is the approved Ph.D. research centre RTMNU, Nagpur.
  • Department has NVIDIA Centre of Excellence lab having state of art hardware and licensed software to carry out  advanced research in the domains of IoT, AI,ML, DL,CV etc.
  • The curricula of programmes have been designed to cater to the ever changing needs and demands of IT industry as well as Research organizations with a proper blend of professional core and industry aligned electives.
  • The Department offers four different Thrust areas such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Cloud Computing, Communication, Networks and Security, Image Processing under which various activities related to research and development are carried out.
  • The Department has excellent infrastructure and computing facilities supported by high speed Ethernet and wireless networks with built area of 1925 Sq.Mtr.
  • Department has Approved Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter, and Computer Technology Student Council (CTSC). Various Technical, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are carried out throughout the year.
  • The Department has undertaken many Research and Industry projects funded both by multinationals and government agencies.
  • Coding Club YCCE as Code Chef Campus chapter at college level managed by department of Computer Technology.
  • The department has successfully organized faculty development programs on edge cutting technologies under various Funding Schemes of AICTE, DST, E & ICT etc.
  • The departmental faculty members have in their credit: Registered Copyright, Consultancy and Research paper publications in reputed International Journals as well as Conferences.

Department at a Glance

Vision of the Department

To be a well-known center for pursuing computer education through innovative pedagogy, value-based education and industry collaboration.

Mission of the Department

To establish learning ambience for ushering in computer engineering professionals in core and multidisciplinary arena by developing problem-solving skills through emerging technologies.

Program Educational Objectives of the program (PEO)

  • PEO 1 – Preparation: To prepare students to succeed in employment/profession and/or to pursue post graduate and research educations in Computer Technology discipline in particular and allied engineering disciplines in general. (Preparation)
  • PEO 2 – Core Competence: To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to formulate, analyse and solve engineering problems requiring knowledge of Computer Technology. (Core Competence)
  • PEO 3 – Breadth: To prepare students with engineering breadth to innovate, design, develop software products and to contribute in providing solutions related to multidisciplinary real life problems. (Breadth)
  • PEO 4 – Professionalism: To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills and teamwork to become a successful professional. (Professionalism)
  • PEO 5 – Learning Environment: To provide students with an academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and life-long learning in emerging technologies. (Learning Environment)

Program Outcomes(PO)

  • PO 1 – Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for 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 the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and 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 the 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)

  • PSO 1 – An ability to acquire skills to design & develop quality software using cutting-edge technologies of Computer Engineering.
  • PSO 2 – An ability to use knowledge of various domains as per thrust areas to formulate and implement ideas for providing innovative solutions.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of M. Tech. (CSE)

  • PEO 1 – To prepare students to succeed in employment/profession and/or to pursue doctoral research in Computer Science discipline.(Preparation).
  • PEO 2 –To provide students with scholarly knowledge to innovate, design, analyze, develop engineering problems related to Computer Science and to contribute in providing solutions to multidisciplinary real life problems (Core &Breadth).
  • PEO 3 –To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills and teamwork to become a successful professional (Professionalism).
  • PEO 4 –To provide students with an academic environment that makes them aware of excellence and life-long learning in emerging technologies (Learning Environment).

Program outcomes (POs)of M. Tech. (CSE)

After successful completion of M.tech Program, Students will have an ability to :

  • PO 1 – Demonstrate in depth knowledge of computer hardware and software.
  • PO 2 – Think critically to identify, conceive, design, analyze and solve complex engineering problems in the area of computer science and allied fields.
  • PO 3 –Carry out research work with independent and introspective learning and to get associated with multidisciplinary team.
  • PO 4 – Communicate effectively and acquire professional, ethical and responsible attitude towards sustainable development of the society.
  • PO 5 – Accept and adapt to the technological changes for lifelong learning with enthusiasm and commitment to improve knowledge and competence continuously.
  • PO 6 – Demonstrate capacity for self-management, decision making, project & finance management to achieve common goals.
  • PO 7 – Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Course Outcomes (COs)

Course Outcomes 2021-22
Course Outcomes 2020-21
Course Outcomes 2019-20
Course Outcomes 2018-19

PO/PSO Attainment

Program Attainment 2020-21
Program Attainment 2019-20
Program Attainment 2018-19

Key Strengths of Computer Technology Department

 

  • Department is having a built-up area of 1925 Sq.Mtr.
  • State of the art Infrastructure as per AICTE norms: 6 classrooms, 4 tutorial rooms, 1 conference hall, 1 Department Library / Board Room, 1 Girls Common Room & 1 Student Activity room, Sufficient staff rooms with Internet facility.
  • Department Offers cutting edge technology Industry Aligned Electives in association with Global Logic (Mobile Operating Systems), Infosys (Business Intelligence and Applications), 6 Simplex Software Solutions (Introduction to Geographical Information Systems), Crypto Forensic Technology (Cyber Forensics), Internet of Things(KICIT), CRM (Customer Relation Management), ISF (Introduction to Sales Force), AWT  ( Adv. Web Technology).
  • In session 2019-20, Total 25 students are provided with Industry/Live projects.
  • Coding club to enhance coding skills of students.
  • Speakers’ club for 360 degree development of students.
  • Shadow teaching scheme for students.
  • MOUs with reputed research organization and leading industries.
  • Well-equipped laboratories to cater in-house workshops and value added courses.
  • E-learning material on Intranet (reputed journals, NPTEL, DTEL material, Lab Manuals).
  • Approved research center for Ph.D.
  • Nvidia GPU education center
  • Department is having two student societies:
    • ACMSC (Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter )
    • CTSC (Computer Technology Student’s Council)
  • Facility of CISCO Academy setup for teaching computer networking
  • Every Year Department publishes Annual Magazine “Dhyaas” & Newsletter “Technosavvy”
  • Parent Teacher meeting is organized once in every semester to discuss various ongoing activities in department along with its benefits for students.

 

 

Electronics-DepartmentThe Department of Computer Technology has recorded consistent improvement in its Academic, Placement and Research performance. It offers a range of innovatively designed scheme, whose curricula is constantly updated to meet the ever changing requirement of the industry and to meet the expectations of major stakeholders. We have designed our syllabus to strike a balance between professional knowledge and personal skills. We are confident that our current curriculum has enabled the overall development of budding professional to meet the expectations of the corporate and research world. During study at the department, the students are encouraged to get hands-on experience in the potential areas desired by corporate world and research organizations through innovative pedagogical methods ensuring participation of all types of learners with supporting state of the art infrastructure.

Recently department established NVIDIA Centre of Excellence Lab containing state of art hardware and software required for advanced research in the domain of AI, ML, DL, CV, IoT etc.

Through Industry aligned electives offered in association with reputed industries, students get perfect blend of core knowledge as well as exposure to edge cutting technology
Department has Approved ACM student chapter since 2008 and approved CodeChef coding chapter monitoring institute level coding activities.

We also encourage students to organize events such as Compufest (A National Level Technical Fest), participate in various technical, cocurricular events organized by other colleges and also get involved in activities of social relevance.

Most of our alumni found employment in companies of high repute, in India and abroad. A significant number of students every year seek admission in eminent institutes (IITs/IISC/IIMs) for higher studies (MTech/ME/MS/MBA) in India and abroad.
Our department is continuously striving hard to be true to the vision on which it was founded.

I strongly believe that our students have been seamlessly accepted in their job profiles and have consistently exceeded expectations of the corporate world and research organizations.

With all these inputs, one finds our students sincere, smart, hardworking, practical-oriented and effective in any work environment.

We are encouraged to see many industries desirous to visit our department for Industry supported initiatives, campus recruitment, which reinforces our belief in the effectiveness of our curriculum and its suitability to meet the dynamic corporate world.

With this brief introduction, I welcome you to be a part of our journey towards being a world-class centre of excellence in education, training, and research.

Programs Offered

Sr. No.
Details
1
UG Programme- B.Tech in Computer Technology
2
PG Programme- M.Tech in Data Sciences
3
Ph.D Programme in Computer Science & Technology
4
UG Honors in Data Science
5
UG Honors in Machine Learning Specialization

Laboratories

Major Equipment and Facilities

Lab No.

Lab.  Name

Lab Incharge

Lab1

Software Engineering & Project Lab Prof. S. R. Kapse

Lab2

Web Technology & PG Programming Lab. Prof. R. S. Khedgaonkar

Lab3

Computer Graphics & Multimedia Lab Prof. N. S. Mangrulkar

Lab4

Database Management & Systems Lab. Dr. P. A. Deshkar

Lab5

PG Project & Research Lab. Dr. K. R. Singh

Lab6

Computer Programming Lab Prof. P.V. Barekar

Lab7

Computer Networks Lab. Prof. N. U. Sambhe

Lab8

Adv. Computer Programming Lab. Prof. G. M. Vaidya

Photos of Laboratories

LAB-1 (SE & PROJECT LAB)
LAB-2( WEB TECHNOLOGY LAB)
LAB-3 (MULTIMEDIA & CG LAB)
LAB-4 (DBMS LAB)
LAB-5 (PG PROJECT RES LAB)
LAB-6 (CPL LAB)
LAB-7 (CN LAB)
LAB-8 (ADV.CPL LAB)

Major (Hardware) Equipments

  • DELL 330 Optiplex core to duo 2.4GHz, 2GB RAM,160GB HDD, 17” TFT.
  • DELL 360 Optiplex core to dual  2.8GHz, 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 18.5” TFT
  • HCL DESKTOP INFINITY PRO BL1280, INTEL CORE 2DUO E7500,INTEL G31 CHIPSET
  • I-BALL DESKTOP  DUAL CORE 3GHz
  • WIPRO MAKE DUAL CORE 3.1GHZ PROCESSOR
  • LENOVA M72e, INTEL CORE i3 3RD GNERATION, INTEL H61 MOTHERBOARD
  • ACER VERITON 4TH GEN CORE i3-4130, CHIPSET  H81
  • ACER  Make INTEL CORE i7 – 4770 CPU @ 3.40GHz
  • Acer Veritron Desktop, Intel Core  i5 4460 (3.2GHz), H81 Motherborad
  • IBM WORKSTATION LENOVA MAKE E30-7783RW
  • DELL T110 TOWER SERVER
  • HP LAPTOP  430 CORE
  • LCD PROJECTORS (HITACHI, EPSON)
  • CISCO WIRELESS ACCESS POINT
  • CISCO ACADEMY SETUP
  • CISCO ROUTER 2921/K9 & ROUTER 1921/K9
  • SAMSUNG TABLET
  • SAMSUNG MOBILE
  • L2 HP & NETGEAR SWITCHES
  • HP SCANNERS
  • SONY DIGITAL CAMERA AND CAMCORDER
  • DELL VOSTRO i3 PROCESSOR BRANDED MACHINES
  • HP MAKE WORKSTATION WITH NVIDIA GPU CARD
  • DELL T20-TOWER SERVER INTEL XEON E3-1225 V3
  • L3 HP NETWORK SWITCH
  • CYBER FORENSIC KIT
  • IOT LEVEL-1, LEVEL-2, LEVEL-3 KITS
  • E-YANTRA KITS

Software

  • MATLAB 2007, 2011,2012,2014,2017
  • IBM RATIONAL ROSE
  • ORACLE 11g
  • MICROSOFT PROJECT PLANNER 2013
  • VISUAL STUDIO 2008,2013,2015
  • ENCASE CF SOFTWARE
  • IoT  VIDEOS
  • ANTIVIRUS :- ESCAN

Open Source Softwares

  • Java, Scilab, Mysql, Pentaho, Wireshark, Pktbuilder, Android Studio, Netbeans, Code-Blocks, Dev C++, Rstudio, Staruml, Anaconda, Python, Python, Cisco Packet tracer , Prolog, etc.

Open Source Operating Systems

  • Redhat, Centos, Ubuntu

Servers

  • Windows 2008- backup server, Linux -Samba server

Faculty Achievements

Achievements

  • Mr. Nikhil Mangrulkar has received NPTEL Online certification on NBA Accreditation and Teaching and Learning in Engineering (NATE), Elite Silver in Jan-Apr. 2022
  • Mrs. Smita Kapse has received NPTEL Online certification on NBA Accreditation and Teaching and Learning in Engineering (NATE), Elite Silver in Jan-Apr. 2022
  • Mr. Gendlal M.Vaidya has received NPTEL Online certification on Programming in Java, Elite Silver in July-Oct.2021
  • Prof. A. R. Bhagat Patil from the department of Computer Technology has been awarded with PhD degree on the topic “Performance Enhancement & Development of Some Mitigation Mechanisms for Distributed Denial of Service Attack” from R.T.M Nagpur University.
  • Prof. R. D. Wajgi from the department of Computer Technology has been awarded with PhD degree on the topic “A Swarm Intelligence Approach for Identifying and Modelling Gene Regulatory Network” from R.T.M Nagpur University.
  • Prof. L. B. Damahe from the department of Computer Technology has been awarded with PhD degree on the topic “Image Representation and Compression in View of Retrieval on Smart Cell Devices” from Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University.
  • Dr. S. J. Karle from the department of Computer Technology has published a book titled “An Introduction to Compiler Construction with Number of Solved Problems on Each Topic” on Pothi.com

Placement

Sesion 2021-22

Sesion 2020-21

Sesion 2019-20

Sesion 2018-19

2018-19

Best Practices

Sr. No.
Best Practices of the Department
1
NPTEL/SWAYAM Certification by students and Faculty : Students and Faculty are encouraged and guided to complete NPTEL/SWAYAM certification of courses through reward mechanism.
2
Shadow Teaching by fast learners to slow learners. Fast /Slow learners are Identified and support is provided to them for excellence.
3
Coding Club:  Codechef approved campus chapter, “Codingclub YCCE” promotes various activities for coding skill enhancement of students.
4
Mentor-Mentee: Senior faculties are allotted as Mentor to the junior faculties for knowledge sharing.
5
Academia- Industry/Research Organization Association: Association between Academia and Industry/Research Organization is strengthened through Professional Elective offering, Internships, Live Projects.
6
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.

Innovative Teaching Learning Method:

Faculty Innovations in T-L (2022-23)
EVEN SEMESTER
Sr. No. Innovative Methodology Name of Faculty Course Name Semester Outcome No. of Beneficiaries
1. 1) Coding Competition on  Hacker rank 2) Project Based learning Prachi A. Bainalwar DS II Students will be able to write program to implement concepts used in Data structure 70
2. 1)Group Based assignment    2)Infosys Springboard Course Shweta N. Jain EAIML II Students learned to study and present in group team work was seen. All the tools were studied and represented to all the students. 70
3. 1) Online Simulation Tool of IITR (virual lab) 2) Group based assignment Shweta A. Gode CAO II Students had virtual experience of flip-flop setting inputs and outputs and how the gates are used and in second the information of various processors and their architecture. 64
4. 1)Group Based assignment Kavita Singh EAIML II Students learned to study and present in group, team work was seen. All the tools were studied and represented to all the students. 70
5. Project Based Learning S. S. Thombre DS II 1. Able to design a project using DS 2. Able to identify the suitable Data Structure for project implementation 69
6. Coding Challenge on Hackerrank S. S. Thombre DS II The students will be able to apply the knowledge of programming skills of Data Structure. 69
7. Project Based Learning G.K.Yenurkar Data Structure II Students Programming skill has been enhanced 68
8. 1. Online Certification 2.Group Based Learning Sneha A. Sahare E-AIML II Students learned to study and present in group, team work was seen. All the tools were studied and represented to all the students.
9. 1) Research Based case Study              2) Group Based Assignment(Tool ) S.S.Shambharkar BDA IV 1) students learned researched oriented analysis of different  bayesian statistics .                                     2) Students learned the mathematical calculation and analysis of topic through execution and graph plots and differentnumericals. 74
10. Complex Problem Solving-Group Assignment R.S.Bhanuse TFCS IV Students understood the topic more properly. They can solve problems. Learning in groups means that one needs to share his knowledge and ideas with other students. There are two benefits from doing this: before sharing the idea one needs to think carefully about his own ideas in order to explain them to others. 73
11. 1)Online Certification     2)Solve GATE Questions L.R.Tembhare,S.P.Pande Operating System IV  A) Relate the concepts of operating system.B) Prepare GATE Exam. 144
12. Project Based Learning Praful V. Barekar/ Prarthana A. Deshkar DBMS IV Students will be able to 1. Design the Backend Database using any database design framework.                                        2. Design the Frontend using any Frontend design framework.                                   3. Implement the concept of JDBC and ODBC for Frontend to Backend connectivity 47
13. HackerrankCompitition S. R. Kapse ADS IV Students are able to develop solution to the given problems. 72
14. Group based activity Dr. Gauri Chaudhary DBMS IV Students were able to apply ER modelling and database design concepts to create ER Diagrams and database schema. They were able to work in team and present their work done. 74
15. Coding challenge competition R. S. Khedgaonkar DBMS IV Students are able to enhance their coding skills 74
16. Tool Based Learning Dr. Kavita Singh &Prof.Charvi Suri MFDA IV Students got comfortable with Power BI Tool 150
17. Programming based group assignment S. J. Karale LP VI To Enhance student’s coding ability
18. 1)Project based learning          2)RMMM Plan S.R.Kawale SE VI 1)Able to understand the project development concept by this activity.                                                    2) Able to create the application 74
19. Research Based case Study S.P.Pande IOT VI Students will able to understand the IOT concept and develop real world application. 37
20. A)Project based learning          B)RMMM Plan Nilesh U. Sambhe SE VI Student will be able to 1) Develop the projects based on any platform by applying Software Engineering’s concepts. 2) Handle/ manage different categories of risks evolved during development process 70
21. Project based learning N.D.Kadu EIT VI Students are able to design web application and handling of databases. 37
22. 1) Research Based case Study              2) Tool study A. S. Pimpalkar INLP VI Students are able to understand the NLP stages and apply NLP algorithms to develop real world application. 36
23. Programming based group assignment N. S. Mangrulkar LP VI Students will be able to write program to implement concepts used in compilers 73
24. MySQL Tool Based Demonstration Praful V. Barekar ITDBMS VI Students will be able to 1. Analyse provided problem definition.                                        2. Write SQL Query to generate output for the provided problem definition. 27
25. 1) Research Based case Study  2)Power point Presentation 3)Video making on animation A.C.Gote MAA VI Students can understand fundamentals of multimedia and techniques. Learn animation techniques and applications. 48
26. Codechef/Hackerrank Competition G M Vaidya / P S Moon DAA VI Students are able to develop solution to the given problems. 140
27. Salesforce Mini Project Ganesh K. Yenurkar CRM VI Students have learned the salesforce through trailhead modules and subsequently score the points. 38
Faculty Innovations in T-L (2022-23)
ODD SEMESTER
Sr. No. Innovative Methodology Name of Faculty Course Name Semester Outcome No. of Beneficiaries
1. Networking tool/Simulation software demonstration Prof. S. R. Kapse Computer Networks V Create Simulation environment/Network Analyse the packet transmission/ operation of the network 75
2. Networking tool/Simulation software demonstration Prof. L. Tembhare Computer Networks V Create Simulation environment/Network *  Analyse the packet transmission/ operation of the network 75
3. JFLAP TOOL DEMONSTRATION Prof. R. S. Bhanuse Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science V Students understood the topic more properly. They are able to solve problems. Also, their confidence has been boosted about this topic. 76
4. JFLAP TOOL DEMONSTRATION Prof. P. S. Moon Theoretical Foundation of Computer Science V Students understood the topic more properly. They are able to solve problems. Also, their confidence has been boosted about this topic. 74
5. ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT Prof. R. S. Bhanuse Mobile Operating System V The activity should be exciting for students who are interested in applying what they have learnt to writing other applications for Android devices. 36
Development of Webpage / website Prof. N. S. Mangrulkar  Advanced Web Technologies V Students will learn to design and implement webpage/ website using advance technologies 39
7. `Industry Case Study Prof. C. S. Suri Introduction to Geographical Information System V Students will be to understand GIS working appliactions. 39
8. Flipped Classroom Prof. C. S. Suri Introduction to Geographical Information System V Students will be to able to adopt self learning skills 54
9. Group Activity Prof. S. Sarwate Realtime System V Students will get to know the latest technological developments in Real-time systems 38
10. Assignment solving and Hands-on experience of software Prof. M. Arjunkar Introduction to DBMS V Students understanding the topic more properly. And able to solve problems based on it. Also, they can perform it practically. 51
11. Salesforce Trailhead Module Prof. G. K. Yenurkar Introduction to Salesforce V Students can create an entreprise applications in salesforce 52
12. Individual Project Based Activity Prof. P. S. Moon  Internet Technology V Students will be able to design Web based Application by using different web techniques.  54
13. Inquiry Based Learning Prof. C. S. Suri Multimedia and Animation V Students will be able to develop their presentation skills  54
14. Project Based Learning Prof. C. S. Suri Multimedia and Animation V Students will be able to create animated videos and will be able to cultivate team work  54
15. Researched based case study Prof. N.D.Kadu Current Trends and Technologies  V Student are able to understand the current technological development through research paper. 53
16. Game designing Prof. R. S. Khedgaonkar Artificial Intelligence VII Apply the concepts of Artificial Intelligence functionalities in Game Designing such as heuristic search, BFS, DFS, Best First Search, CSP, 77
17. Game designing Prof. S. S. Thombre Artificial Intelligence VII Apply the concepts of Artificial Intelligence functionalities in Game Designing such as heuristic search, BFS, DFS, Best First Search, CSP, 77
18. Open book test Prof. S. P. Pande Network Security VII Students will able to find appropriate mathematical techniques in cryptography and apply the algorithms to get the solution 77
19. Open book test Prof. N. U. Sambhe Network Security VII Students will able to find appropriate mathematical techniques in cryptography and apply the algorithms to get the solution 76
20. Implement Logical Gates using Learning Algorithms by Neural Network tool in MATLAB/ Python Prof. P. V. Barekar Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic VII Students are able to apply the concepts of Artificial Neural Network Learning Algorithms for basic logic GATEs Implementation using Neural Network Tool available in MATLAB/Python 37
21. Implement varoiusadhoc networking protocols in NS2/NS3 and OMNET++ Prof. N. U. Sambhe Adhoc Wireless Network VII Create Simulation environment/Network Analyse the packet transmission/ operation of the protocol in adhocwirelees network 39
22. Fliped classroom Prof. P. Khetade  Information Retrival System VII 1)student learn from the Search engines about  the Innformationretieval.2) student are able to retrieve the information from a huge database with the help of IR.
23. Infosys Springboard Certifications and case study. Prof. A. S. Pimpalkar Business Intelligence VII a) Students will be able to build and operate the multidimensional data model for the specific scenario to extract the information. b) Students will be able to analyse the business information to construct the reports from it. 39
24. Study of tool and submission of report generated using tool Prof. N. S. Mangrulkar Cyber Forensic VII Students will be able to extract activity information from any windows-based system. 39
25. Group Activity Dr. K. R. Singh Machine Learning VII Students will learn to formulate machine learning problems through investigation and analysis of data to design a solution. 40
26. Gaming Application Development Prof. G. M. Vaidya Design Patterns VII Students will be able to analyze the problem and apply suitable pattern. 38
27. Solving NPTEL Assignment provided by SWAYAM Portal Prof. G. K. Yenurkar Cloud Computing VII Students will be able to: 1) Explain the core concepts of the cloud computing paradigm: how and why this paradigm shift came about, the characteristics, advantages and challenges brought about by the various models and services in cloud computing. 2) Apply fundamental concepts in cloud infrastructures to understand the tradeoffs in power, efficiency and cost, and then study how to leverage and manage single and multiple datacenters to build and deploy cloud applications that are resilient, elastic and cost-efficient. 3) Discuss system, network and storage virtualization and outline their role in enabling the cloud computing system model. 40
28. Solving NPTEL Assignment provided by SWAYAM Portal Prof. G. K. Yenurkar Cloud Computing VII Students will be able to: 1) Explain the core concepts of the cloud computing paradigm: how and why this paradigm shift came about, the characteristics, advantages and challenges brought about by the various models and services in cloud computing. 2) Apply fundamental concepts in cloud infrastructures to understand the tradeoffs in power, efficiency and cost, and then study how to leverage and manage single and multiple datacenters to build and deploy cloud applications that are resilient, elastic and cost-efficient. 3) Discuss system, network and storage virtualization and outline their role in enabling the cloud computing system model. 40
29. Infosys Springboard Certifications and case study. Prof. S. Rokade Parallel Programming VII 1. Students will be able to get in-depth knowledge of the OpenMP programming Model.  2. Students should be able to understand how the OpenMP directive provides support for concurrency, synchronization, and data handling 3. Also able to design parallel algorithms with OpenMP. 39
30. Tool Based Activity Dr. P. A. Deshkar Data Mining VII a. Students will be able to implement the data mining algorithms using the WEKA tool b. Students will be able to work in team and Communicate the final output in terms of report 38
31. Group Activity Prof. S. P. Pande Embedded Systems VII Students will be able to apply the methods for designing and  implementing of embedded device/product. 40

Value Added Programs

Session
Value added courses
2022-23
03
2021-22
02
2020-21
03

Session 2022-2023

Sr. No

Activity Duration Resource Person

No. of Participants

1
30Hrs VAC on Power BI 15-04-2023 to 21-05-2023 Dr. Rakhi Wajgi, HOD, CT, YCCE; Dr. Prarthana Deshkar, Professor, CT, YCCE; Sanskruti Gudhadhe, Associate Analyst at InCredo Technologies Pvt. Ltd.; Prof. Nikhil Mangrulkar, Professor, CT, YCCE

150

2
30 hrs VAC on Power BI 30-11-2022 to 4-12-22 Ms. Rushika Kale, Talent Intelligence Consultant, Philips

140

3
30 hrs Value Added Course & Certification Program on Advancement in Techniques used for Data Science 10-9-2022 to 12-11-2022 Dr. Rizwan Ahmad, CTO Delaplex Software, ACM Distinguished Speaker. Er. Sagar Lachure, VNIT, Nagpur. Mr. Akash Wankhede, IT Analyst, TCS. Dr. Nilesh Singh Thakur, Professor, CT, YCCE Dr. Kavita Singh, Professor, CT, YCCE Dr. Prarthana Deshkar, Professor, CT, YCCE. Prof. Praful Barekar, Professor, CT, YCCE.

156

Session 2021-2022

Sr. No

Activity Duration Resource Person

No. of Participants

1
Certificate Course on Angular 12 15 Hrs Mr. Ahfaz Rahman, Team Lead & IT analyst at TCS, Nagpur

277

2
Certificate Course Advanced Technology for Resume Building 15 Hrs Dr.Rakhi D.Wajgi

138

Session 2020-2021

Sr. No

Activity Duration Resource Person

No. of Participants

1
Webinar on Emergence and Relevance of Cyber Security, How IBM is making a difference in the space 30-04-2021 Ms. Vandana Verma, Security Solutions Architect at IBM India Software Labs

50

2
Webinar on Design Thinking by IBM 24-04-2021 Ms. Sheetal Atha, Mr. Ashwin Singh and Ms. Ankitha Patil IBM India

124

3
Training on IOT kits by CDAC Banglore

31-03-2021 and 01-04-2021

Kavita Choudhari, Amit Patil, Shahbaaaz Ahmed and Utkarsh Mankad CDAC Banglore

148

4
Webinar on IoT use cases for Medical Practitioner 27-03-2021 Mr. Harish Zambani, Founder IIOT labZ

150

5
30 Hrs Certification Program on “Applications in AI, ML, and Data Science” 22-03-2021 to 02-04-2021 Mr.  Shrinivasulu  Saya, Technical  Architect, Visiting  Faculty  at  IIITDM,  Kurnool, Dr.  Prakash Pimple,  CDAC, Dr.  G.  M. Dhopavkar, Dr.  Lalit  Damahe,Dr  R.  D  Wajgi, Dr.  P.  A.  Deshkar, Roshni Khedgaonkar, Nikhil Mangrulkar, CT Department, YCCE, Prof. Punesh Tembhre, Prof. Nischal Puri, PIT, Nagpur.

68

6
3 days SDP on Complete A to Z Web Development 19-02-2021 to 21-02-2020 Mr. Sudhanva Paturkar 8 Sem Student CT Department, YCCE, Nagpur

50

7
2 days training program on Data “Science & AI with MATLAB” 15-02-2021 and 16-02-2021 Mr. Suraj Gawande, DesignTech

10 students along with faculties of various department of YCCE

8
Training program on ESP 32 board and Raspberry Pi Kit 3-02-2021 and 10-02-2021 Mr.Sandip Sonaskar, VS informatics Pvt.Ltd,Nagpur

31

9
3 days Webinar Series on Topics Like: 1. Current Cyber Crime Trends 2. Social Engineering Threats & Attacks 3. Common Threats & Attacks 15-01-2021, 16-01-2021 and 22-01-2021 Isha Mujumdar, Vaibhav Malgewar, CEO,Vigilante Cyber Forces de jure

50

10
2 Days SDP on  Salesforce Admin & Salesforce Development 12-12-2020 and 13-12-2020 Rajeev Verma, PSPL, Nagpur

96

11
3 days Webinar Series on Transition to Data Science and its opportunities in the Industries Transition to Machine Learning and its opportunities in the industries Transition to Deep Learning and Artificial intelligence and its opportunities in the industries 26-11-2020 to 28-11-2020 Mr. Arpit Yadav, Consultant- Data Science, AI & ML, IIoT Labz, Research Scientist AI & ML, TenserBrew Hyderabad and Mr. Harish Zambani, IIoT LABZ, Nagpur

40

12
Webinar on “Strategic Branding” 24-11-2020 Mr. Ankush Patil Chairman & MD – Hypotenuse Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

100

13
Guest Lecture on IGIS 24-11-2020 & 25-11-2020 Ajit Dharmik, Director – 6Simplex Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Nagpur

42

14
16 Hours Student Development Program on “React JS and Node JS” 22-11-2020 to 29-11-2020 Mr. Ahfaz Rahman, Front End Developer, TCS, Nagpur

90

15
2 days SDP on Advanced Data Structures & Its Applications 23-10-2020 & 24-10-2020 Dr. Rakhi Wajgi, Dept. of C. Tech., YCCE, Nagpur, Ms. Mayuri Joshi, Valuemomentum Pvt. Ltd. Hyderabad, Prof. Pallavi Joshi, PICT, Pune and Prof. Punesh Tembhare, PCE, Nagpur

70

16
2 days SDP on ASP .Net 26-09-2020 & 3-10-2020 Vishal Deshmukh, Software Engg, TCS, Nagpur

127

17
2 days SDP on Object oriented programming using Java 19-09-2020 & 20-09-2020 Mr. Suraj Nair, Project Engineer, Persistant Systems, Nagpur, Mr. Saurabh Charade Project Engineer, Persistant Systems, Nagpur, Ms Aditi Kale, System Engineer, TCS, Nagpur, Ms. Purva Natoo, Persistant Nagpur, Mr. Yash Waghmare, Associate Full-stack Developer, Contestserv Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Pune

70

18
2 Days SDP on An Introduction to Mobile Application Development 12-09-2020 & 13-09-2020 Mr. Chaitanya Deshpande, Assistant System Engineer, Tata Consultancy Services, Nagpur and Ms. Manasa, System Administrator, Tata Consultancy Services, Banglore

100

19
2 Days SDP on Essential of JAVA 7-08-2020 & 8-08-2020 Mr. Gandhar Patwardhan, SUP EduTech and Dr. Prarthana A. Deshkar

100

20
AI & ML using Industrial Perspective 11-7-2020 Prof. Arun Prasad, ICFAI Business School

69

21
3 days SDP on Research methodology 9-7-2020 to 11-7-2020 Dr. G.M. Dhopavkar Dr. Kavita R. Singh Dr. S.D. Kamble Dr. L. B. Damahe Prof. T. R. Ravi Prof. N.U. Sambhe YCCE, Nagpur

100

22
Recent Trends in Mobile Aap Development 22-6-2020 Mr. Avin Vij Founder MaxScripts Technologies

50

23
Career Guidance: CV Making, Interview             Etiquette, Technical Preparation, HR Interview, Query and Resolution. 20-6-2020 Ms. Arpita Ghom, Managing Director and CEO  Rectraiment  Services Pvt Ltd ,Pune

40

24
Introductory session on Salesforce and the tool 14-06-2020 Mr. Aakash Wankhade Salesforce, Hyderabad

143

25
Domain Specific classes for the preparation of AMCAT 8-6-2020 to 13-6-2020 Dr. G. M. Dhopavkar Dr. S. J. Karale Dr. R. D. Wajgi Prof. S. R Kapse Prof. N. M. Jichkar Prof. P. A. Deshkar Prof. R. S. Khedgaonkar Prof. S. S. Thombre Prof. N. S. Mangrulkar YCCE, Nagpur

100

26
Career Opportunities Abroad 03-06-2020 Mr.Swarup Gandewar ICAD, Nagpur

82

Publication, Patent, Copyright, Grants

Session
Publication
Copyright
2022-23
20
12
2021-22
07
11
2020-21
11
9

Publication Details –

2022-23

Sr. No. Authors Name Title of Paper Conference / Journal Name, Book chapter (with issue, volume, page, year)
1 R. S. Khedgaonkar,             K. R. Singh Designing face resemblance techniques using Near Set Theory under varying facial features International Journal of Multimedia tools and applications,  Volume 82, pp. 33616-33182,          6 March 2023
2 Ganesh Keshaorao Yenurkar & Sandip Mal Effective detection of COVID-19 outbreak in chest X-Rays using fusionnet model The Imaging Science Journal,  Volume 70, 2022 – Issue 8, , Pages 535-555 07 Mar 2023
3 Prof Supriya Thombre, Aarti Devikar, Vaishnav Gangamwar, Pratik Majrikar and Tanmay Patil Crypto-Currency Price Prediction using Deep Learning International Journal of Next-Generation Computing,  Volume 14, Special Issue 1, February 2023
4 Ganesh Keshaorao Yenurkar, Sandip Mal, Vincent O. Nyangaresi, Anshul Hedau, Prajwal Hatwar, Shreyas Rajurkar, Juli Khobragade Multifactor data analysis to forecast an individual’s severity over novel COVID-19 pandemic using extreme gradient boosting and random forest classifier algorithms Engineering Reports,  Volume 5, 2022 – 12, 21 May 2023
5 R. S. Khedgaonkar,      Anshu Patil,                  Pravin Sonsare Video Crawling using Deep learning  International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Networks (ISCON), Mathura, India
6 Balvir.S.U,            Raghuwanshi M.M. Singh, K.R. A Comprehensive Survey on Learning Based Methods for Link Prediction Problem 2023 6th International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Networks, ISCON 2023.
7 Chayna Bhandarkar, Saloni Deshmukh, Kartik Yeole, Rakshit Dalvi, Smita Kapse, Pranay Shete Monitoring Health of IoT Equipped 3-Phase Induction Motor using Interactive Dashboard 2023 IEEE International Students’ Conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science (SCEECS)
8 Kavita Singh; Sakshi Kokardekar; Gunjan Khonde; Prajakta Dekate; Nishita Badkas; Sagar Lachure Cloud Engineering-based on Machine Learning Model for SQL Injection Attack International Conference on Communication, Circuits, and Systems (IC3S), BHUBANESWAR, India, 2023, pp. 1-6, doi: 10.1109/IC3S57698.2023.10169533.
9 Roshan Sureshrao Bhanuse, Dr. Sandip Mal     Optimal e-learning course recommendation with sentiment analysis using hybrid similarity framework   International Journal of Multimedia tools and applications  
10 Lata Tembhare, Isha Narharshettiwar,Vaishnavi Thakur Manswi Tigaonkar,Ishita Khandekar Virtual Conversational AI-Assistant Chatbot for Animal Healthcare: PET-O- CARE International Journal on Engineering and Technology  
11 Dr. Neha Ingale Chaudhary (Pt), Dr. Sachin Chaudhary.(Pt), Muzahid K Sheikh, Gendlal Vaidya Early Introduction Of Graded Unilateral Squats Training In Post Traumatic Brain Injury Hemiparetic Patient – A Case Report Journal of Survey in Fisheries Sciences
12 Gendlal M Vaidya,        manali kshirsagar Solution to Query Processing Challenges Through Smart Query Processor for Big Data Analytics Springer Nature for Computer Science (SNCS), Vol. 4. Issue 2, 2023
13 Gendlal M Vaidya, Dr Neha Chaudhary (Prof of Physiotherapy), Snehal Nasare, Shubhlaxmi Warutkar, Shreesh Kawathekar, Sanket Dhengre (Student) Disease Detection of Citrus Plants Using Image Processing Techniques International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology Signal and Information Processing, Organized by GHRCE, Nagpur
14 Sanjay P. Pande,  Sachin Chaudhary, Pravin R. Satav, Uma Patel Thakur, Namita Parati IoT-Enabled Transportation Networks for Resilient Intrusion Detection Using Deep Learning International Journal of Intelligent Systems And Applications In Engineering, Vol. 11, Issue 10, pp.49–58, 2023
15 Amit Bhagat,Mrunal Singade,Prassana Anjankar,Savinay Surbhik,Nilesh Sambhe Text summarization on youtube videos VIDEOS IN EDUCATIONAL DOMAIN BioGecko,A Journal for New Zealand Herpetology, Vol 12 Issue 03 2023 ISSN NO: 2230-5807
16 R. S. Khedgaonkar, A. Nagrare, A. Pande, A. Funde, B. Rathi and A. Bagde Retinal Damage Detection Using Conv2D Net IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Medical Sciences
17 Ganesh Keshaorao Yenurkar & N.U.Sambhe Enhancing Customer 360 With Better Service Management using Salesforce CRM IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Medical Sciences
18 Sharayu Rinkal Kawale & Ganesh Keshaorao Yenurkar Analysis and Simulation of Sound Classification System Using Machine Learning Techniques IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Medical Sciences
19 Asati, R., Raghuwanshi, M.M., Singh, K.R. Fractal Image Coding-Based Image Compression Using Multithreaded Parallelization Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems
20 Sanjay P. Pande Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India Machine Learning Algorithm for Early Detection and Analysis of Brain Tumors Using MRI Images International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, VOL. 11 NO. 5S (2023    
Copyrights Granted Status – Yr: 2023
Sr.  no. Topic Name of the Author Registration No.
1 Implementation of DDOS attack defense mechansims with performance evaluation. Archana S. Pimpalkar L-120461/2023
2 Efficient Approach for Image Antiforensic Methodology   Neha Kadu L-121201/2023
3 Design and Implementation of Face Mask Detection And Recognition Prachi Bainalwar L-124711/2023
4 Design and Implementation of Secure MQTT Protocol for Embedded IoT Devices Shweta N. Jain L-122023/2023
5 Technique to Detect DeepFake Video Shubhsngi S. Shambharkar L-124772/2023
6 Analysis and Simulation of Sound Classification System Using Machine Learning Techniques Sharayu R. Kawale L-125260/2023
7 Rule Based Grammar Checking System For Hindi Language Lata R. Tembhare L-123844/2023
8 Data Security in Local Network Using Distributed Firewalls Sneha A. Sahare L-128998/2023
9 Design and Development of Alumni Portal for Computer Department, YCCE Shweta A. Gode L-134384/2023
10 A step towards Data Science Charvi S. Suri L-134016/2023
11 Performance on various speech enhancement techniques Sharayu R.Kawale L-139040/2023
12 MAP Reduce in Hadoop (Word Count Program) Pradnya S. Moon L-126862/2023
 

2021-22

Sr. No.

Authors Name Title of Paper Conference / Journal Name, Book chapter (with issue, volume, page, year)

1

Dr.Rakhi D. Wajgi Thorasic Image Analysis using Deep Learning (BC). Book Chapter in Computational Intelligence And Healthcare Informatics, pg. no 17-42, Published by:WILEY (Scopus)

2

Prof.Roshni Khedgaonkar, Dr.Kavita Singh Local Plastic Surgery-based recognition using convolution neural networks. Book chapter in Demystifying Big data, Machine Learning & Deep Learning for Health care Analytics. Published by Elsevier, https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-821633-0.00001-5,2021

3

Dr. Lalit Damahe Dr. Shailesh D. Kamble Prof. Praful V. Barekar Detectıon of Abnormal Activity at College Entrance Through Video Surveillance Data Engineering for Smart Systems. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, Springer, Singapore, vol 238. pp 109-121 (Scopus)

4

Prof. Roshan Bhanuse A Systematice Review: Deep Learning Based E-Learning Recommendation System International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Smart System, (ICAIS-2021) JCT college of Engineering, Coimbtore India (Scopus)

5

Prof. Gauri Chaudhary USING OSINT TO GATHER INFORMATION ABOUT A USER FROM MULTIPLE SOCIAL NETWORKS  Information Technology in Industry Vol. 9, No.2, pp. 207-211, 24-03-2021

6

Dr. Shailesh D. Kamble Disease Diagnosis System using Machine Learning Journal Of Pharmaceutical Research International, Volume: 33, Issue: 33B, pp-185-194, 29 June 2021 (WOS)

7

Dr. Shailesh D. Kamble Analysis Of Deforestation Multispectral Satellite Data Using Remote Sensing Techniques International Journal of Next-Generation Computing, Vol. 12, Issue 5, 26 Nov 2021, pp. 630-635, ISSN:2229-4678 (WOS)

Copyrights Granted Status – Yr : 2022

Sr.no.
Topic Name of the Author Registration No.
1
Topic Detection in Twitter Dataset using Python Prof. Ganesh K. Yenurkar L-111991/2022
2
Document Scanning with Image Processing and Language Translation Prof.Nikhil Mangrulkar L-111986/2022
3
Energy Conservation Using IoT Prof.Nilesh Sambhe L-111973/2022
4
A Voice Controlled Web Application Prof. Praful V. Barekar L-111951/2022
5
Investigations on Protein Structure Prediction using Deep Learning Techniques Prof. Roshani Khedgaonkar L-111426/2022
6
Introduction to Communication & Networking Prof. Sanjay P. Pande L-113757/2022
7
Introduction to Internet of Things Prof. Smita R. Kapse L-114085/2022
8
Handwriting Comparison and Analysis Prof. Ravi Temparai L-114086/2022
9
Disease Diagnosis System Using Machine Learning Dr. Shailesh Kamble L-114289/2022
10
Vehicle Number Plate Detection Dr. Kavita Singh
11
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Prof. Supriya S. Thombre and Prof. Roshan S. Bhanuse L-114653/2022

Patent 2020-2021

Sr.no.
Name of the Inventor Title of the Patent Application No Published /field date
1
Dr.Lalit B.Damahe Apparatus for providing solutions to a problems 202021047487 A 25-12-2020
2
Dr.Kavita R. Singh ABIE Voting System: Aadhar and Blockchain intelligent electronic voting system 202021027657A 16-10-2020

Copyrights Granted Status- Yr : 2021

Sr.no.
Topic Name of the Author Registration No.
1
Mathematical Foundations for Data Analysis Prof.Nikhil Mangrulkar L-98325/2021
2
Python Programming Dr.Rakhi D.Wajgi & Prof.Nilima Jichkar L-99089/2021
3
Burglary Disclosure System Prof.Nilesh Sambhe L-98304/2021
4
Internet of Things Enabled Soil Testing & NPK Nutrient Detection Prof. Smita Kapse L-99047/2021
5
Essentials of IT Prof.Gendlal M. Vaidya and Dr.Gauri M.Dhopavkar L-100588/2021
6
Adobe Animate 2020 CC Prof.T.R.Ravi L-100589/2021
7
XML:An Overview Prof. Ganesh K.Yenurkar L-100628/2021
8
Language Processor Prof. RoshanBhanuse & Dr.S.D.Kamble L-100482/2021
9
Development of Web GIS Application using Python Framework-Flask Dr.G. M.Dhopavkar L-104912/2021

Students Forum

Department of Computer Technology have two student chapters

  • ACM Student Chapter (ACM-SC)
  • Computer Technology Student Chapter (CTSC).
 
 

About ACM Student Chapter (ACM-SC)

Department has started ACM Student chapter in the year 2008. It serve as hubs of activity for the students of the department and the computing community at large. Various seminars, webinars, guest lectures, student development programs, learning forums and networking opportunities with peers and experts across the computing spectrum.
Hierarchy of Orders
2023-2024



 
 

About Computer Technology Student Chapter (CTSC)

The Role of chapter is to organize various extracurricular and co-curricular activities for students, which provides opportunities to develop leadership, social responsibility, and volunteerism.

Distinguished Alumni

Sudha Rao Yellapantula
 
Job description –VP, Engineering & BFSI Delivery Head at
Persistent Systems
https://www.linkedin.com/in/sudha-rao-yellapantula-6287664/
Mr. Nitin Upasani
 
Job description – Director / Principal Architect – ECM Solutions Delivery Washington D.C. Metro Area , YRS Solutions Inc
https://www.linkedin.com/in/nitin-upasani-142b3b1/
Mr. Chetan Pohane
 
Job description – Systems Analyst. Greater New
York City Area
https://www.linkedin.com/in/chetan-pohane-2302023/
AMIT GOSAIN
 
Job description –Bodycast Innovation LLP, Tech Entrepreneur, Innovator and Investor CEO and Partner
gosain_a@yahoo.com / linkedin.com/in/amitgosa
SUMIT GOSWAMI
 
Job description –Avient Corporation, Head Of Supply Chain Management
sumitgoswami@hotmail.com / linkedin.com/in/sumit-goswami-12ba9513
ARUSHUPINDER CHAHAL
 
Job description – Owner at MSM CHAHAL LLC
https://www.linkedin.com/in/arushc/
NILESH SARATKAR
 
Job description – ACT, Principal Architect
nilesh97@hotmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/nileshsaratkar/
RAHUL JOSHI
 
Job description – Cloud Engineering at Security And Safety Things
https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahul-joshi-09068b/
TANMAY AMIN
 
Job description –Sr. Consultant (Business & Tech) / Solutions Architect
tanmayamin@gmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/tanmayamin
GANDHAR PATWARDHAN
 
Job description –S2P EDUTECH, Founder, Managing Director, Trainer
gandharpatwardhan@s2pedutech.com / linkedin.com/in/gandhar-patwardhan-969bb721
CHETAN GADGILWAR
 
Job description – Xento Systems Pvt. Ltd., Technical Product Manager
linkedin.com/in/chetangadgilwar
BHUMIKA M. SAPRE
 
Job description – ServiceNow – The Enterprise Cloud Company at ServiceNow, Technical Lead
bhumika.msapre@gmail.com / linkedin.com/in/bhumika-sapre-9b554b1b
ANIMESH RANJAN
 
Job description – dentity & Access Management at PwC, Manager
https://www.linkedin.com/in/animeshranjan1/
RAHUL HARTALKAR
 
Job description – Objective Corporation, Sydney, Sr. Test Analyst
hartalkar.rahul@gmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/rahul-hartalkar-0986a236
AVINASH SINGH
 
Job description – Supply Chain Planner- South Asia
avipro.singh@gmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/avinash2410
ABHIJEET NAZAR
 
Job description – Unilever, Data Analyst / Scientist at Unilever
abhijeet.nazar@gmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/abhijeetnazar/
NEELESH PRATAPWAR
 
Job description – PwC Deutschland, Technology Consulting Manager
neeleshprat@gmail.com / linkedin.com/in/neeleshprat
ANKUSH PATIL
 
Job description – Hypotenuse Corporation Private Limited, India., Chairman & Managing Director
theankushpatil@gmail.com / linkedin.com/in/ankush-patil-9a026154
KIRAN MACHHEWAR
 
Job description –Google, Application Engineer
smachhewar@gmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/kiran-machhewar-a0874333/
MOHIT TARE
 
Job description – AIRTEL x –Labs, Deep Learning Engineer
mohittare92@gmail.com / https://www.linkedin.com/in/mohit-tare-24028062

Events

years
No. of Events Conducted under ACM SC
No. of Events Conducted under CTSC
2022-23
21
22
2021-22
03
13
2020-21
10
18

2023-24

Sr. No. <Activity Name Date Beneficiaries Type of Event
Journey to Entrepreneurship 09-11-2023 105 Entrepreneurship
2. Profile Building and Resume Writing 10-10-2023 99 Skill Development
3.  Networking and Cloud Computing 5-8-2023 to 30-9-2023 145 Skill Development
4. Nirmalya Collection 28-09-2023 12 Social Activity
5. Profile Building and Resume Writing 26-09-2023 105 Skill Development
6. Profile Building and Resume Writing 21-09-2023 85 Skill Development
7. Angel Investment /VC Funding Opportunity for Early Stage Enterpreneurs 29-08-2023 89 Entrepreneurship
8. Blood Donation Drive 19-07-2023 112
2022-23
Sr. No. Date Beneficiaries Type of Event
1. Bootcamp on C programming 22-06-2023 to 24-06-2023 20 Outreach Activity
2. Break the Query” SQL Based Contest 27-05-2023 1329 International Level SQL Contest
3. 30Hrs VAC on Power BI 15-04-2023 to 21-05-2023 150 Value Added Course
4. Seminar on How to plan for Start-up and legal & Ethical Steps 16-05-23 92 Seminar
5. An International Bootcamp on React Redefined – Progressing Towards Interactive Web Applications 05-05-2023 & 06-05-2023 317 International Level Bootcamp
6. Bootcamp on Website Development 28-04-2023, 29-04-2023 & 02-05-2023 73 Outreach Activity
7. SDP on Brush up Session on C Programming 30-04-2023 53 SDP
8. Bootcamp on Python Programming 17-04-2023, 18-04-2023 & 19-04-2023 98 Outreach Activity
9. Food Grains Donation Drive 12-04-2023 15 Social Activity
10. Bootcamp on C Programming 06-04-2023, 10-04-2023 & 11-04-2023 31 Outreach Activity
11. Stationary Kits Donation Drive 08-04-2023 15 Social Activity
12. Cloths Donation Drive 27-03-2023 10 Social Activity
13. Seminar on Graduate Admissions in the USA 24-03-2023 149 Seminar
14. SDP on Greedy & Dynamic Algorithm with time complexity analysis 14-03-2023 142 SDP
15. SDP on Calm se Kaam 08-03-2023 168 SDP
16. My Story – Motivational Session by Successful Entrepreneur/Start-up Founder 15-02-2023 110 Seminar
17. SDP on Internet of Things 13-02-2023 and 14-02-2023 37 SDP
18. SAMPARK Alumni Conclave 04-02-2023 110 Alumni Conclave
19. Seminar on MBA as a Career Option 25-1-2023 133 Seminar
20. National Level Coding Olympiad 1.0 24-01-2023 277 National level Coding Contest
21. SDP on Python for Data Science 21-1-2023 to 22-1-2023 81 SDP
22. Computer Literacy Program 07-01-2023 10 Social Activity
23. SDP on Salesforce Technology 24-12-2022 50 SDP
24. 30 hrs. VAC on Power BI 30-11-2022 to 4-12-22 140 VAC / Certification Program
25. Seminar on Cloud Technology and InformationSecurity and it’s Future Opportunities 22-11-2022 48 Seminar
26. 30 hrs. Value Added Course & Certification Program on Advancement in Techniques used for Data Science 10-9-2022 to 12-11-2022 156 VAC
27. Workshop on Research Methodology 3-11-22 and 11-11-22 110 Workshop
28. Workshop on Computer Programming and IoT for Sai Ashram Students 31-10-2022 30  Outreach Activity
29. Guest Lecture on GIS 20-10-2022 39 Guest lecture
30. Symposium on Know-It-All 19-10-2022 536 Symposium
31. How to crack competitive exams by Career Launcher 13-10-22 72 Seminar
32. Seminar on Higher Studies 12-10-2022 76 Seminar
33. Seminar on Learn the Basics in Launching Your start-up 4-10-2022 105 Seminar
34. Nirmalya Collection 09-09-2022 12 Social Activity
35. Guidance Session on Higher Studies 05-09-2022 82 Seminar
36. An International Level Technical Fest – Compufest 2K22 1-09-2022 to 3-09-2022 1112 International Level Technical Fest
37. Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights in Digital World 22-08-2022 60 Seminar
38. Seminar on Career Guidance 22-08-2022 58 Seminar
2021-22
Sr. No. Activity Name Date Beneficiaries Description
1 SAMPARK “Alumni Conclave” 16-04-2022 138 Others
2 Seminar on “What after B.Tech” 20-04-2022 139 Career Oriented
3 Expert Session by ACM Distinguish speaker on Data Science for Beginners 12-03-2022 81 Technical
4 LinkedIn Profile Building 29-01-2022 90 Others
5 Interview and Interpersonal Skills 21-02-2022 158 Personality Development
6 Design Thinking, Critical Thinking and Innovation Design 02-12-2022 60 Technical
7 Expert Session by ACM Distinguish speaker on Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Threats 01-08-2022 78 Technical
8 Web Development 20-12-2021 20 Technical
9 SDP on User interface and Graphics Design 19-10-2021 158 Technical
10 15 Hrs Certificate Course on Angular 12 02-10-2021, 03-10-2021, 9-10-2021, 10-10-2021 277 Technical
11 Webinar on Salesforce 25-09-2021 158 Technical
12 Induction Program 18-09-2021 102 Others
13 Cyber Security 18-09-2021 88 Technical
14 AI on Rise! 08-08-2021 24 Technical
15 15 Hrs Certificate Course Advanced Technology for Resume Building 07-08-2021, 14-08-2021 and 21-08-2021 138 Others
16 Domain Specific Knowledge Classes 19-07-2021 to 23-07-2021 114 Technical
2020-21

Events of CodingClub registered under student CodeChef chapter

Sr. No.
Activity Name Date Beneficiaries Description
1
The Eminence of Competitive Programming in your Career 29/06/2020 234 Speaker : Mr. Bhavy Jain, IIT BHU ICPC World Finalist 2020, Placed at Microsoft Redmond, CodeChef 6 Star Discussion on: 1. What is Competitive Programming 2. Benefits of Competitive Programming 3. Popular Competitions of Competitive Programming 4. Popular Sites for Competitive Programming 5. Resources for Competitive Programming
2.
Webinar: on Competitive Programming Session 1: Getting Started 9/07/ 2020 80 Discussion on: introductory topics related to CP were covered including, basic IO, fast IO, structures of CP problem, Macros in C++, complexity estimation & introduction to linear data structures
3.
Learning and Practice Aimed Long Contest: “YCCE Code Ladder 12/07/2020 till 01/04/2021 93 Practice problems based on the conducted sessions are added in some interval of 15-20 days.
4.
Webinar: “Competitive Programming Session 2: Power of STL 25/07/2020 100 In this session, we covered some important containers and functions available in C++ STL, which are commonly used by Competitive Programmers for faster implementation. Graph implementation using vectors & easy and efficient implementation DFS traversal was also covered.
5.
Contest: “CRACK-A-CODE 2.0” on July 31, 2020 31/07/2020 58 Contest Link:https://www.codechef.com/CAC22020 This contest was exclusively for YCCE students and had problems based on the topics covered in CP sessions 1 & 2. As a support from CodeChef, they’ve credited 250 redeemable CodeChef Laddus in the CodeChef accounts of Top 2 contestants
6.
CRACK-A-CODE Solution Discussion Session 01/08/2020 40 Discussion on solutions of CRACK-A-CODE 2.0 contest problems with the participants.
7.
Webinar: “Competitive Programming Session 3: Basic Mathematics in Competitive Programming 09/08/2020 70 Bit manipulations techniques, primality testing, sieving algorithms, factorization, modular arithmetic and bitmask brute force approach for subset operations. Also discussion on previous year ICPC problems.
8
Open Team Contest: “Code Mates x1 Number of Participating Teams (Globally): 697 Contest Link: https://www.codechef.com/COMX2020 This was the first open contest organized by YCCE. It was a team contest of ICPC format. We had a great response from the CodeChef Community in this contest
9.
Contest: Learning Sprint 17-19 Nov 2020 10(YCCE) + 15 (other) Topics Covered: User Input, Output, Loops, Conditionals, Prefix Sums, etc. 17 & 18 November: Hands-on Programming & Problem Solving Sessions. 19 NovemberGave some practice problems and revision material. 20 November to 30 November: For the final assessment, track-wise contests were organised by CodeChefusers were allowed to attempt them in any 1.5 hr window in this duration. (Contest Link: https://www.codechef.com/CCCLS002)
Events Conducted by CodeChef for all College Chapters
10.
Indian Programming Camp, 2020 20th November to 22nd November 2020 34 CodeChef organised live classes, problem-solving sessions, and programming contests – all conducted by top programmers associated with CodeChef and Unacademy. At the end of the camp, participants were rewarded with IPC 2020 certifications. Topics Covered: Different topics were covered for each track, detailed list can be found here: https://www.codechef.com/ipc/camp/2020
11.
Speaker Session: “Roadmap to Competitive Programming 29/11/2020 27 ICPC World Finalist Deepak  Gour guided the students through the roadmap for getting started with Competitive Programming and shared his journey of becoming an ICPC World Finalist.
2020-21

CTSC and ACM Student Chapter Events:

Sr. No

Name of Event

Date

Student Participation
1
Valedictory of CTSC & ACM Student Chapters and Farewell to Final year students

24-05-2021

101

2
Academia, Industry & Research (AIR) Conclave 2.0

15-05-2021

85

3
Training program on “MS-OFFICE” for non-teaching staff of YCCE

30-04-2021

11 (Non-Teaching Staff)

4
Importance of Higher Studies

20-03-2021

30

5
Guidance session on “How to prepare for MBA and how to select the MBA Stream”

22-02-2021

86

6
Guidance session on “Pathway to Preparation for Studying Abroad”

17-02-2021

66

7
Various Events Under Students Activities at YCCE

15-02-2021

166

8
Webinar on Identifying Intellectual Property Component at Early Stage of Innovation

8-12-2020

56

9
SAMPARK – An Alumni Conclave

24-10-2020

89

10
Counselling session on Higher Education in US, UK, and Canada

19-09-2020

40

11
Kick off session on ACM

12-09-2020

70

12
Induction Program for III Sem students

11-07- 2020

100

2019-20

CTSC and ACM Student Chapter Events

Sr. No Name of Event Date Student Participation
1
Induction Program for III Sem students 13-07-2019 110
2
Tree Plantation 17-07-2019 25
3
AARAMBH- Students’ Chapter (CTSC/ACM) Body Installation Ceremony 20-07-2019 120
4
Compufest-2K19 23-08-2019 to 24-08-2019 Total 615 students participated in various events
5
Workshop on C for the students of Somalwar Nikalas 19-08-2019 to 20-08-2019 48
6
Nirmalya Collection 12-09-2019 5 Students
7
Parent Teacher meet 12-10-2019 22 parents
8
Blood Donation Camp 03-02-2020 7 Students

Center of Excellence

Sr. No. Name of CoE Facility Name/Title of training Program Conducted Date of Training Offline/Online No. of Hrs No. of Faculty/Students
Training Completed
1. NVIDIA server Two days training program on Transfer Learning 12-4-2022 to 13-4-2022 Online 4 56
2. MATLAB One day online training program on “AI made easy using MATLAB” 26-02-2022 Online 2 155
3. NVIDIA Server Three days hands-on training session on “NVIDIA Training” 6-12-2021 to 8-12-2021 Online 9 39
4. NVIDIA Server one day training program on “NVIDIA admin” 30-10-2021 Online 3 14
5. MATLAB Training on Signal Processing with MATLAB 28-09-2021 Online 3 34
6. IOT Training program on “EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN FLOW ON ZYNQ USING VIVADO” 16-09-2021 to 17-09-2021 Online 7 15
7. NVIDIA Server AIML related Joint Online Two Weeks Certificate Program organized by NIT Warangal 22-8-2021 to 3-9-2021 Online 30 15
8. NVIDIA Server Two days training for AI cluster user and basic AI/DL training 23-07-2021 to 24-07-2021 Online 10 23

Sr. No.

Tool / software received

Company

Impact

1

MATLAB and Simulink Campus-Wide License Mathswork Faculty members and students of all the branches can have training as well can develop projects in AI, ML, and data science

2

DGX Workstation NVDIA Faculty members and students of all the branches can have training as well can develop projects in ML using NGC cloud

3

IoT kits Gold kits CDAC, Banglore Faculty members and students of all the branches can have training as well can develop projects using the IoT technology
Pynq board COREL
ESP32 IOT boards Vsinformatics, Nagpur

Activities conducted at CoE by Computer Technology Department

Sr. No. Name of CoE Facility Name/Title of training Program Conducted Date of Training Offline/Online No. of Hrs No. of Faculty/Students

Training Completed

1

Matlab Matlab Onboarding session (online): 5th January 2021 Online 2 50 Faculty

2

Matlab Designated/individual license creation and related training to each dept. 14th January 2021 Offline 4 15 Faculty

3

IOT Trainer Kits ESP 32 IOT kit training session 1 3rd February 2021 Offline 4 17 Faculty

4

IOT Trainer Kits ESP 32 IOT kit training session 2 10th February 2021 Offline 4 17 Faculty

5

Nvidia Server Training on Nvidia (Introduction) 11-Feb-21 Online 2 25 Faculty

6

Matlab Two Days Training Program on Data Science and AI with MATLAB 15/02/2021 to 16/02/2021 Online 9 25 Faculty & 8 Students

7

Nvidia Server Applications of NGC 02-Mar-21 Online 3 56 Students & 7 Faculty

8

Matlab Certificate course on Applications in AI, ML, DS 22-03-2021 to 2 April 2021 Online 30 70 Students

9

IOT Trainer Kits Webinar on IOT Use Cases for medical practitioners 27-Mar-21 Online 2 150 Faculty & Students

10

IOT Trainer Kits IOT kits training by CDAC, Banglore 31/03/2021 to 1/04/2021 Online 6 70 Faculty & Students

Course Practical

1

IOT Trainer Kits 6 semester practicals on ESP 32 Kit 17/03/2021 & 25/03/2021 Online 2 58 Students & 2 Faculty

2

IOT Trainer Kits 8 semester practicals on ESP 32 Kit 16/03/2021 & 9/03/2021 Online 2 35 Students & 2 Faculty