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Amrutvahini College of Engineering Sangamner

Introduction:


The Institute was established in 1983 with two undergraduate’s courses Production and Civil departments along with the APPLIED SCIENCE Department as an associated department to provide the basic fundamentals of mathematics and sciences. The department was established with the intake of 120. At present it is known as Engineering Science department and its intake is increased up to of 660. The Engineering Science Department offers Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry for first year engineering whereas Engineering Mathematics is for first and second year engineering and for PG. Engineering Mathematics is the backbone of all Engineering disciplines, hencerigorousefforts are taken for Mathematics.

As per the AICTE and SPPU Pune norms the Engineering Science Dept. has 4 Associate Professors and 8 Assistant Professors who are enthusiastic and dynamic with 2 Technical Assistants, committed towards all the departmental activities. The Engineering Science Dept. along with the support of all other Departmental Faculties(FE Common) takes care of 11 divisions containing 60 students each.

The Engineering Science Department has well equipped Engineering Physics and Engineering Chemistry labs. A dedicated language laboratory is also available for all F.E. students for the enrichment of soft skills.

The faculty members are closely associated with first year students through ‘Teacher Mentors’. The attendance, academic performance of the students is monitored regularly and the report is sent to the parents time to time through SMS. Student's counseling meetings are conducted monthly. The online exam practice through MYEXAMO software, monthly unit tests and preliminary examinations are conducted for enhancing the performance of the students inuniversity final examinations.

Various Guest Lectures and Motivational Seminars are organized for the personal development of the students. Different sports,cultural programs and co-curricular activitiesare organized for the overall development of the FE students. BUDDY scheme provides the interaction of every student with distinguished Alumni of AVCOE.

The students achieving SGPA 9.5 and above are awarded with AMRUT MERITORIOUS SCHOLORSHIP by the AVCOE.It reflected in quality improvement as shown below:

Rank Name of Students [Academic Year 2017 – 18] SGPA
1. SAHANE PRAGATI GORAKSHA 9.96
2. GAWALI RAJESHRI RAJENDRA 9.92
3. DHAKE MOHIT SANJAY 9.88

Sr. No. Description [Academic Year 2017 – 18] No. of students
1. No. of students more than 9.0 SGPA 34
2. No. of students more than 8.0 to less than 9.0 SGPA 95
3. No. of students more than 7.0 to less than 8.0 SGPA 75
Total no. of Students [Rank between 7.0 to 9.0] 204

The Engineering Science Department has experienced and dedicated staff striving hard for the excellent academics as well as co-curricular and extracurricular activities of the students.Department is committed to serve the needs of various branches of engineering by fostering an effective teaching & learning environment.

Vision & Mission:


Vision:

To provide the fundamental knowledge of basic sciences to the students of all Engineering disciplines.

Mission:

The department of Engineering Science provides adequate knowledge for problem solving skills and its applicability to the students of all engineering disciplines.

It also aims to inculcate good human values.

Infrastructure:


Sr.No. Type No. of Rooms Seating Capacity Area
1. Lecture Halls 10 66 717.20
2. Labs 3 22 326.43
6. Faculty Rooms 01 -- 67.31
7. H.O.D Office 01 01 33.50
8. Drawing Hall 01 66 134
Total
1278.44

Laboratories:


1. Laboratory Details(UG):

Sr.No.

Lab. Name(Rs.)

Area (m2)

Laboratory Cost

1.

Engineering Physics

130

8,16,366/-

2.

Engineering Chemistry

138. 05

3,55,001/-

3.

Language Laboratory

58. 38

25,55,097/-

Total 37,26,464/-

1. Engineering Physics Laboratory:

2. Engineering Chemistry Laboratory:

3. Language Laboratory:

Faculty:


1.Faculty Members:

Photo Faculty name and description
Name: Prof.R.S.Kharde
Designation: HOD
Qualification: M.Sc.
Exp. Teaching: 29
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Mathematics
Name: P.N.Khairnar.
Designation: Asso.Professor
Qualification: M.Sc.Bed.
Exp. Teaching: 26
Exp. Indusrtial
Area of Specialization: Chemistry
Name: Mr. V.P.Waghe
Designation: Asso.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc
Exp. Teaching: 25
Exp. Indusrtial: 00
Area of Specialization: Physics
Name: D.N.Kalokhe
Designation: Asso.Prof
Qualification: M.Sc. Med
Exp. Teaching: 21
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Mathematics
Name: Mr.K.P.Barange
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc. NET
Exp. Teaching: 07
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Chemistry
Name: A.K.Inamdar
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc.
Exp. Teaching:12
Exp. Research & Development:7.5
Area of Specialization: Physics
Name: Mr. S.S.Deshmukh
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc
Exp. Teaching: 7
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Mathematics
Name: Mr. S.V.Palimkar
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc. MBA
Exp. Teaching: 9
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Mathematics
Name: Miss.R.D.Kandekar
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc.Bed
Exp. Teaching: 5.5
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Mathematics
Name: Mr. M.G.Kalhapure
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc.M.Phill
Exp. Teaching: 13
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Physics
Name: Mr. S.M.Landge
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc.
Exp. Teaching: 7
Exp. Indusrtial:14
Area of Specialization: Physics
Name: Mr.V.B.Khemnar
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.Sc. Bed
Exp. Teaching:7
Exp. Indusrtial:
Area of Specialization: Chemistry

2.Supporting Staff:

Photo Faculty name and description
Name: A. A. Pokale
Designation: Lab Assistant
Qualification: B Sc. Chem
Exp. Teaching:27 yrs.
Exp. Indusrtial:NIL
Area of Specialization: Chemistry
Name: B. B. Sonawane
Designation: Lab Assistant
Qualification: B. Sc. B.
Exp. Teaching:6 yrs
Exp. Indusrtial:8 yrs
Area of Specialization: Chemistry
Name: B. K. Sabale
Designation: Peon
QualificationS. Y. B. A.
Exp. Working:2 yrs
Exp. Indusrtial:NIL
Name: P. S. Rahane
Designation: Peon
Qualification:T. Y. B. A.
Exp. Teaching:2 yrs
Exp. Indusrtial:NIL

Syllabus:


UG:

First Year Engineering Syllabus

Achievements:


  1. Achievements Click Here
  2. Result of 2017-18 (sem 1) Click Here
  3. Toppers of FE 2017-18 Click Here

1.Faculty

Sr. No

Faculty Name

Achievement Details

1.

Name of P.I: V.P. Waghe
Name of Co- P. I.:
M. G. Kalhapure
Name of Co- P. I.:
A. K. Inamdar

EFFECT OF RADIATION ON MECHANICAL AND TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF Al-Si ALLOYS.

Vijay P Waghe, Milind G Kalhapure , Akbar K Inamdar

Department of Physics, Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner, Maharashtra.

Amount Sanctioned: Rs. 2,40,000/-

2.Students:

Sr. No

StudentName

Achievement Details

1

KOLHE KUNAL NAVNATH
KALEVAR SHUBHAM PRAKASH

FIRST PRIZE IN ON SPOT MODEL MAKING


Felicitation of FIRST PRIZE IN ON SPOT MODEL MAKING at PCCOE Pune.


Felicitation by Hon. Principal & FE Coordinator AVCOE.



Activities:


Sr. No. Date Name of Activity Participants Outcomes
Academic Year: 2014-15
1. 21/02/2015 Science - Math’s Exhibition FE& SE Application of technical knowledge & creativity
2. 27/02/2017 Trekking FE Awareness about nature & physical fitness.
Academic Year: 2013-14
3. 20/02/2014 Poster presentation FE Understanding the Social responsibility.
4. 07/02/2014 Science - Math’s Exhibition FE Application of technical knowledge & creativity

Inauguration of Science-Maths Exhibition


Exhibition Experts/Judge evaluating the exhibition projects


Viewers


Trekking


Hon. Guest visit & appreciations


Felicitation of Exhibition winners.



Felicitation of Exhibition winners.


SwayanpreitSamajikvikasSansthaKhandgaon


Guest Lectures Organized

Sr. No. Date Name of Resource Person (Post, Name of Company) Area/Subject Target audience Outcome
Academic Year: 2017-18
1. 14/09/2017 to 20/09/2017 Dr. JagannathRao Ph.D. Para Psychology (UK). Psychologist and HRD Trainer Personality Deveolpment and study skills FE Students are motivated for achieving their goals by understanding their personality traits
2. 5/09/2017 Prof. A. R. Tambe Associate Professor, Matoshri College of Eng.,Nasik Preparation of Online Exam for EM -I FE Students are guided about online preparation and benefited
Academic Year: 2016-17
3. 6/02/2017 To 11/02/2017 Dr. JagannathRao Ph.D. Para Psychology (UK). Psychologist and HRD Trainer Personality Deveolpment and study skills FE Students are motivated for achieving their goals by understanding their personality traits
4. 25/08/2016 Dr. Mrs. NeelamMuley Psychologist Counselor and Trainer in Nasik city Motivational Seminar- Aptitude test and interview skill FE Students were counsel for aptitude and personnel skills
5. 04/03/16 Mr. MangeshKhaire BE IT Eng. Maths and Carreer guidance BE IT Important of Mathematics in industry and Engineering
Academic Year: 2015-16
6. 29/12/2015 Mr. SagarSalunkhe R&D Dept. , MercedezBenz,Bangalore Career oriented motivation FE Awareness about recent trends and applications of industry
7. 22/12/2015 Swami Aryanandji Conveyor , Swami VivekanandPratishthan ,Pune You are the Caption of your Ship FE Self-awareness
8. 17/08/15 Mr.PrashantPuppal Conveyor , Swami VivekanandPratishthan ,Pune Inspiration FE Students learned about devotion and dedication in any kind of work
9. 5/08/2015 & 6/08/2015 Mr. GokhaleC. G. Mrs. GokhaleR. C. Founder,GATI Jalgaon Motivation FE Confidence building and communication skill
10. 6.7.2015 Mr. MangeshKhaire BE IT Eng. Maths and Career guidance Recognized the importance of mathematics in engineering & life.

Seminar and Workshop Attended:

Sr. No. Date Title Venue Name of The Participant Outcome
Academic Year: 2017-18
1. 04/12/17 to 06/12/17 & 11/12/17 to 13/12/17 Three Day Workshop on Spoken English AVCOE, Snagamner&Wordperfect English Academy, Loni All Staff members Improvements in ability to express effectively using appropriate grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation
Academic Year: 2016-17
2. 21/02/2017 Myexamo workshop AVCOE, Sangamner All Staff members Benefitted in online examinations.
3. 14/12/16 Awareness Programme on “Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)” AVCOE, Sangamner All Staff members Better planning and systematic delivery of course content during the semester.
4. 12/12/16 to 13/12/16 Two days Faculty Development Programme on “A Novel Approach to become the Best Teacher” AVCOE, Sangamner All Staff members Usage of innovative teaching methodologies in class room and laboratory teaching
5. 25/11/2016 Faculty Development Program on “Fetching Research Grants.” AVCOE, Sangamner All Staff members It creates awareness in research field & useful in Fetching Research Grants
Academic Year: 2015-16
6. 12/09/2015 Secrets of Guru AVCOE, Sangamner All the staff members Understand the steps about how to do a research
7. 25/09/2015 Techniques of teaching AVCOE, Sangamner All the staff members Acquired skills to prepare PCB layout and design
8. 16/01/16 Conference-Innovation 2015 BOS & SPUOP Prof. V. P. Waghe Understanding of solar PV system design
9. 28/01/16 to 29/01/16 Workshop- Techniques of teaching AVCOE Prof A. K. Inamdar Usability of application of solar PV systems

Guest Lectures Organized

Sr.No. Details of grant
1. V. P. Waghereceived BCUD grant of Rs.2, 40,000 /-for research project “ EFFECT OF RADIATION ON MECHANICAL AND TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF Al-Si ALLOYS.
Total Grants received in 2014-17: Rs. 2.40 Lacs



Placements:


SR. NO. PHOTO RANK NAME OF STUDENTS DIV SGPA
Academic Year: 2017-18
1 1 SAHANE PRAGATI GORAKSHA H 9.96
2 2 GAWALI RAJESHRI RAJENDRA C 9.92
3 3 DHAKE MOHIT SANJAY C 9.88
4 4 KURHE RUSHIKESH SHAM F 9.84
5 5 BALSARAF VINAYAK RAMNATH A 9.80
6 5 KHULE PRATIK VISHWANATH E 9.80
7 5 KHULE SAURABH BHAUSAHEB E 9.80
8 6 KULKARNI ROHAN MILIND F 9.72
9 7 BIDWAI TEJAS RAJESH B 9.68
10 7 DARADE SAGAR BABURAO B 9.68
11 8 CHAVAN SHUBHAM NAVNATH B 9.64
12 8 PAWALE SHRADDHA RAJIV G 9.64
13 9 GAWAI DNYANESHWAR PANDURANG C 9.60
14 10 NAVALE ANAGHA NITIN G 9.56
15 11 KATORE SHREYAS BHASKAR E 9.52
16 11 CHAUDHARI VIJAY ARUN B 9.52
17 11 GAIKWAD ANIKET BABASAHEB C 9.52

Program Educational Objectives(PEO's):


Department of engineering science is committed to provide the best environment for under graduate studies housing good laboratories and teaching faculty required for curriculum to ensure academic excellence and thereof the scholar in his career will.

  1. Apply basic computing principles and the knowledge of major areas of application of those fundamentals of the benefit of society.
  2. Have productive professional career, with emphasis on technical competency and ability to work with multidisciplinary teams and effective communication.
  3. Successfully pursue post graduate studies and life- long learning in computer engineering and related fields.
  4. Have a sense of professionalism with encouragement of professional ethics and active participation in the affairs of the profession.
  5. To provide opportunities of industry-institute interactions and to promote Entrepreneurship and start-ups.

Program Outcomes(PO's):


Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  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.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  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.
  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.
  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's):


A learner of Engineering Physics should be able to:

  1. To expose students to the science and technologies and its applications in field of light: LASER and optics, sound wave technologies – architecture, solid state physics, superconductors, Nano and quantum physics, else.
  2. To provide conceptual knowledge in the basic science.
  3. To develop the awareness and create the vision of students to observe the all-around problems to resolve with advanced technologies and use of basic science used in industry, R and D institute and centers etc.
  4. To develop team work experience, question frame of mind, skills for Industry, social welfare means for society to know to new begin…..
  5. To expose students to the science and technologies and its applications in field of light: LASER and optics, sound wave technologies – architecture, solid state physics, superconductors, nano and quantum physics, else.
  6. To provide conceptual knowledge in the basic science.

A learner of Engineering Chemistry should be able to:

  1. Able to utilize knowledge of water technology and green chemistry.
  2. Can explore the scientific theories, ideas, methodologies and new age technologies in renewable energy engineering and use this knowledge in their professional development.
  3. To understanding of new generation fuel cell, green pathway for synthesis of chemical compounds, control of metal corrosion and its protection. To develop the awareness and create the vision of students to observe the all-around problems to resolve with advanced technologies and use of basic science used in industry, R and D institute and centers etc.

A learner of Engineering Mathematics-I should be able to:

  1. To provide conceptual knowledge in the mathematical domain.
  2. To introduced the students relevant Applications of mathematics.
  3. To expose students with advanced tools used in engineering or industry.

A learner of Engineering Mathematics-II should be able to:

  1. To provide conceptual knowledge in the mathematical domain.
  2. To introduced the students relevant Applications of mathematics.
  3. To expose students with advanced tools used in engineering or industry.

A learner of Engineering Mathematics-III should be able to:

  1. To provide conceptual knowledge in the mathematical domain.
  2. To introduced the students relevant Applications of mathematics.
  3. To expose students with advanced tools used in engineering or industry.

Distinguished Alumni


Department Initiatives