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About International Relations Cell

During its 13 years long journey, International Relations Cell has undertaken a series of initiatives to develop academic collaborations with foreign universities. With the aim of improving the preparedness of faculty to meet global expectations, a series of expert sessions and interactive workshops with several revered foreign university professors are organized. Collaborating across different disciplines is unarguably the need of an hour to meet the challenges of the 21st century. A series of development programs on “21st Century: Recent trends, challenges and future roadmap for transitions in technological generations” planned for bolstering the innovation ecosystem at YCCE from a global perspective, engaged presentations on the aforementioned theme from prominent intellectuals, academicians from top ranked universities including Harvard University (USA), MIT (USA), Purdue University (USA), University of Queensland, Australia, NCSU (USA), graced with eminent stalwarts around the world who presented the state-of-the-art and the future roadmaps for transitions in technological generations in various disciplines. enhancing academic collaborations with best-ranked global institutions, the importance of insightful roadmaps and action plans, the SWOT analysis, competitive analysis, hiring the best faculties, diversifying the staff to foster innovations, focusing on research, improving engagement levels with faculty, students and staff, increasing incentives to well-performing faculties and staff.

IRC is designed to serve as a common platform for fostering cogent interaction and networking between YCCE and prominent international professionals, solving the 21st-century challenges necessitating the development of cutting-edge technologies involving various engineering and science disciplines, with broad perspectives and a vision for enhancing their research and development activities.

Vision

To drive the development of students and faculty members of YCCE in a global context

Mission

To provide collaborative, multidisciplinary environment to students and faculty members from global perspective

Opportunities that can be explored by the for students

-> Global Exposure/Training Tours
-> Students Exchange Programs
-> Students Development Programs
-> Global Internships
-> Summer School Programs
-> Semester Abroad programs

Opportunities that can be explored by IRC for faculty members

-> Faculty-to-faculty connection for conducting joint research work, joint project, sharing learning resources and methodologies.
-> Faculty Development Programs
-> Faculty Exchange Programs
-> Development of teaching and learning materials and strategies
-> Academic Curriculum Development
-> Collaborative research activities, guidance for PhD. work, sharing of expertise etc.
-> Global Exposure/Training Tour

Overseas Mentors

David Haney
Board Member of CodeBase, Carrollton, Texas, United States

Dr. Aviral Shrivastava
Professor Arizona State University, USA

Dr. Hemant Pendharkar
Professor University of South Florida, USA

Er. Nitin Birla
Kuwait Gulf Oil Company, Kuwait

Er. Ketan Doshi
CEO V R BOSS FZE, UAE

Dr. Shamim Mamun
Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh

Student Team

Sr. No.
Name of DepartmentName of Student
1
EEShushanto Sarkar
Varun Meshram
2
MESharvari Pathak
Manasi Kirloskar
3
ETCVedika Uday Mathurkar
Nandini Sunil Sakhare
4
ELVaibhav Paidlewar
Khemendra Bhagchand Udepure
5
ITIshita Kalbande
Isha Gode
6
CTAnoushka Sinha
Ankit Ajit Gupta
7
CVRutuja Rathod

Dean’s message

 

Dr. Shubhangi Rathkanthiwar

Dean, International Relations
It is my privilege to share my views from the Dean’s chair. During its 13-year long journey, the Cell of International Relations has undertaken a series of initiatives to develop academic collaborations with foreign universities. With an aim of improving preparedness of faculty to meet the global expectations, a series of mentoring sessions and interactive workshops with several revered foreign university professors were organized. Despite the challenges involved, the IRC Office successfully developed sustainable plans and methodologies while also navigating the difficulties associated with time zone differences across the globe. IRC has been striving to organize mentoring sessions professionally designed for faculties to not only enhance their ability to perform high quality research but also to foster creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship among the students. Being a signatory member of the Washington Accord, it is mandatory for us to make our education system outcome-based. As such, we are committed to ensure the highest quality assurance standards for implementing in our engineering programmes in global context. We aim to generate groomed learners through our carefully designed unique techniques which are poised to enrich their technical knowledge, skills and attitude to make them globally competent in terms of employment and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Shubhangi Rathkanthiwar
Dean, International Relations
Dr. Amoli Belsare
 
Assistant Dean, International Relations
 

Dr. Tejeswini G Panse

Coordinator, Department of Electronics Engineering

Prof. Priyanka Pitale
Coordinator, Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. Praful Barekar

Coordinator, Department of Computer Technology

Prof. Shushil S. Chavhan

Coordinator, Department of Information Technology

Mrs. Swati Nitnaware

Coordinator, Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Prof. Shweta L.Tiwari

Coordinator, Department of Electrical Engineering

Prof. Pradnya Moon

Coordinator Departmeny of Computer Technology

Prof. Chetan Mahatme

Coordinator, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. Yogesh P. Kherde

Coordinator, Department of Civil Engineering

Prof. Akshaykumar Jagdishrao

Coordinator, 1st Year

 

DevToppers BV, The Netherlands and Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur, India for promoting the industry institute interaction for the further enhancement for the quality of the education and the employability of the fresh graduate and post graduate engineers and hereby wish to enter an understanding with each other


MoU Tab: MoU’s  Signed with

  1. V R BOSS FZE, UAE
  2. DevToppers BV, Netherlands
  3. Michigan State University, College of Engineering, Michigan, USA
  4. University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
  5. Purdue University, College of Engineering, Global Engineering Program (CoE)
  6. Lawrence Technological University, MI, USA

Summary for Activities conducted during Dec 2020-July 2021

 
Sr. No.
Name of Activity Total Events
1
Webinar 16
2
Seminar/Guest Lecture/ Interaction 2
3
Live Project 1
4
Project 1
5
MoU 1
6
BoS/CDW Involvement 5
7
Accelerator Program 8
8
Conference at YCCE Keynote/Presentation 2
9
Online-off line publicity 3
10
Industrial online visit 1
11
Semester long internship 1
12
Innovation Challenge 1
13
IReaching Local Event for School Teachers and Students 1
Total Activities 43

International Faculty Development Program organized at YCCE: A step towards internationalization

Recently, the International Relations Office (IRO) at YeshwantraoChavan College of Engineering, Nagpur, organized an IETE approved one-week international faculty development program (FDP), titled, “21st Century: Recent trends, challenges and future roadmap for transitions in technological generations”. The FDP was successfully conducted with huge takeaways, as informed by Dr. ShubhangiRathkanthiwar, Dean, International Relations, YCCE and Convener of this FDP.

According to Dr. Rathkanthiwar, the IRO has been striving toward bolstering the innovation ecosystem at YCCE from a global perspective. The FDP engaged presentations on the aforementioned theme from prominent intellectuals, academicians, and industry experts from around the world such as USA, Austria, Australia, Botswana, Bangladesh, Kuwait, and India. The FDP was designed to serve as a common platform for fostering cogent interaction and networking between Indian faculty members and prominent international speakers. Solving the 21st-century challenges necessitates the development of cutting-edge technologies involving various disciplines of engineering and science. The FDP aimed to provide attendees from diverse disciplines with broad perspectives and a vision for enhancing their research and development activities.

The FDP was graced with eminent stalwarts around the world who presented the state-of-the-art and the future roadmaps for transitions in technological generations in various disciplines. The list of speakers included Dr. Krishna Vedula, the executive director, Indo-Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE), and an emeritus professor at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, USA, Dr. James Conrad, a professor at the University of North Carolina, Charolotte USA, Dr. AviralShrivastava from Arizona State University, USA, Dr. DigbijoyNath from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Er. Nitin Birla from Kuwait Gulf Oil Company, Dr. Rajeev Shore from the University of Queensland, Australia; Dr. Shamim from Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, VishveshKoranne from Purdue University amongst others. Dr. David Haney, Codebase, USA, and Er. SachinMaske from Botswana enlightened the audience with recent trends, challenges and scope for research to prepare the roadmap for fast transitions in technological generations in the 21st century. Dr. Sanjay Kallapur, from Indian School of Business revealed the strategies to develop a world-class educational institution in India. Some of these included enhancing academic collaborations with best-ranked global institutions, the importance of insightful roadmaps and action plans, the SWOT analysis,competitive analysis, hiring the best faculties, diversifying the staff to foster innovations, focusing on research, improving engagement levels with faculty, students and staff, increasing incentives to well-performing faculties and staff. He also shared the contributions he made to the top universities in the world, including Harvard University, USA, Purdue University, USA, National University, Singapore, and ISB, thereafter.

Dr. HemantPendharkar, from the University of South Florida, put a strong emphasis on Mathematical Sophistication. This followed wonderful sessions by budding scientists including Dr. AnishaKalra, a scientist at Infineon Technologies, Austria, Dr. ShashwatRathkanthiwar from North Carolina State University, USA, and Dr. ChetanRalekar from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. Dr. Kalra walked the attendees through her entire academic journey. She discussed the importance of a range of curricular and co-curricular activities she picked up during high school that instilled an extraordinary confidence in her during every stage of her academic journey which finally helped her transition to a career in a global leading industry. Dr. ShubhangiRathkanthiwar highlighted his roadmap for transitions in technological generations in the field of gallium nitride semiconductors which are poised to enable next-generation power electronics, radio-frequency electronics, and ultraviolet optoelectronics. Dr. Ralekar discussed important aspects of applications of machine learning in medical image processing.

The FDP was inaugurated by the chief guest, Dr. Ramesh Agarwal, an eminent professor from the University of Washington, St. Louis, USA. The inauguration was graced by Dr. S. L. Badjate, The Chairman, IETE, Nagpur Chapter. Dr. UdayWaghe, Principal, YCCE, congratulated Dr. Rathkanthiwar for successfully organizing the FDP encompassing multidisciplinary aspects, and urged the participants to develop a deeper insight into the technological transitions foreseen in the next decade. He delved into the importance of machine learning and artificial intelligence and suggested that these fields will penetrate several technologies in the next decade. While Dr. ArvinderKaur gracefully anchored the inauguration, the formal vote of thanks was given by Dr. UjwalaGhodeswar. In the valedictory session, Dr. ManaliKshirsagar addressed the attendees on how this FDP is an important step towards the internationalization which is the need of an hour as far as National Education policy 2020 is concerned. Dr. Rajesh Thakare, Co-convener of FDP, proposed vote of thanks.

Collaborating across different disciplines is unarguably the need of an hour for Indian researchers to meet the challenges of the 21st century. The FDP helped the attendees update their multidisciplinary knowledge, give vent to ingenious ideas, and get involved in academic collaborations at national and international levels. More than 450 academicians, researchers, and industry persons from 12 different states of India and various countries participated in this FDP. Dr. Meenal Kale, Dr. Tejaswini Panse, Dr. Amoli Belsare, Dr. Sarala Adhau, Swati Nitnavare, Prof. Yogesh Kherde, Sushil Chavan, Chetan Mahatme, Pradnya Jadhav, Shweta Tiwari, Mahesh Pawar, Dr. Prachi Palsodkar and Ajinkya Edlabadkar were the organizing committee members. Dr. Tejaswini Panse, Prof. Atish Peshattiwar, and the technical team of this FDP smoothly executed the FDP in an online mode over the Zoom platform.

Total activities under IROCEMEEEETELCTITCSE1st Year
No. of Activities ConductedTotal Number of Activities: 6258121089622
 To organize interactive expert sessions by foreign university professors, industry persons, Accelerator program.2333131  
Project Guidance for UG/PG students 1  11   
Joint research / Guidance for PhD candidate  1 1    
Joint Workshop11       
Joint research paper (Faculty)11  1   1
Joint research paper (Students) 1     1 
BoS Involvement / Curriculum Development/syllabus framing  1 1  11
Overseas Internship, IUSSTF-Viterbi Program Applications,  Internship drive1 23133  
Alumni activities
1. Industrial online visit
2. Project guidance
3. Guidance sessions/syllabus content delivery
4. Alumni Fortnight
   21 2  

Any other activity:

  • Mini Courses for Engineering Students (IUCEE MISSION NEP 2021)
  • MIND SPARK 2022, Idea Pitching Competition
  • IUCEE Students projects for problem based learning (PPBL-2021)
  • IEEE Extreme coding Competition 15.0
  • IEEE International Project Competition under Innovation Challenge
  5212