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Courses Offered

College is Affiliated to University of Pune and offers following Courses for Academic Year 2014-2015

AICTE Approved Master of Engineering (M. E.) Affiliated to Pune University

Choice Code Course Name Duration Course Start Year Intake
518124510 Computer Engineering 2 Years 2013 24
518190410 Mechanical Engineering Design 2 Years 2013 24
518134810 Digital Systems 2 Years 2014 24
518190210 Power Electronics & Drives 2 Years 2014 24
Total 96

AICTE Approved Master in Computer Application (M.C.A.) Affiliated to Pune University

Choice Code Course Name Duration Course Start Year Intake
518124110 Master in Computer Application 3 Years 2010 60
Total 60

Lateral entry to Direct Second Year of M.C.A. is available as per DTE Norms

AICTE Approved Bachelor of Engineering (B. E.) Affiliated to Pune University

Choice Code Course Name Duration Course Start Year Intake
518119110 Civil Engineering 4 Years 2010 60
518124510 Computer Engineering 4 Years 2009 120
518129310 Electrical Engineering 4 Years 2009 120
518137210 Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering 4 Years 2009 60
518461210 Mechanical Engineering 4 Years 2009 120
Total 480

Lateral entry to Direct Second Year of Engineering is available as per DTE Norms

Total Intake for UG & PG Courses is: 636

Computer Engineering and MCA (Engineering)

Computer Engineering and MCA (Engineering) is the design and prototyping of computing devices and systems. While sharing much history and many areas of interest with Computer Science, Computer Engineering concentrates its effort on the ways in which computing ideas are mapped into working physical systems. Emerging equally from the disciplines of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering rests on the intellectual foundations of these disciplines, the basic physical sciences and mathematics.
Produce graduates who are able to practice computer engineering to serve state and regional industries, government agencies, or national and international industries.

Educational Objectives

  • Produce graduates with the necessary background and technical skills to work professionally in one or more of the following areas: computer hardware and software design, computer-based systems, computer network design, system integration, electronic design automation.
  • Prepare graduates for personal and professional success with awareness and commitment to their ethical and social responsibilities, both as individuals and in team environments.
  • Prepare graduates who are capable of entering and succeeding in an advanced degree program in a field such as engineering, science, or business.

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering continue to be attractive profession that is in great demand. They have rich traditions in design, development, testing, and commercialization of cellular telephones and the information highway, command and control of systems for military applications, delivery of high power, high performance digital systems, and computer networks. Other areas impacted by these professions include microporcessor design, supercomputing, development of new superconductors and bio-materials, and VLSI circuit design and testing. These fields have a strong impact on wireless communications, networking, and nanotechnology.

Educational Objectives

  • PREPARE students for successful careers in Electrical Engineering (EE) and Computer Engineering (CpE) and instill the desire for lifelong learning.
  • TRAIN students to use methods of analysis, through EE and CpE courses, mathematical and problem-solving skills to identify engineering solutions.
  • DEVELOP skills and ability of the students in the design process including problem-solving methods and analysis; synthesis techniques with creativity and innovation in a teamwork environment.
  • TEACH students and equip them with current analysis tools and systems to facilitate experiments and engineering applications.
  • INSTILL in students an understanding of the importance of leadership, professionalism, and ethical responsibility.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering is concerned with the basic forms of energy that run our world. Whether it’s gas, hydro, turbine, fuel cell, solar, geothermal, or wind energy, electrical engineers deal with distributing these energies from their sources to our homes, factories, offices, hospitals, and schools. Electrical engineering also involves the exciting field of electronics and information technology.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineers apply the principles of mechanics and energy to the design of machines and devices. They must be able to control mechanical systems and usually work with other professionals in designing these systems. Automobiles, engines, heating and air-conditioning system, gas and steam turbines, air and space vehicles, trains, ships, servomechanisms, transmission mechanisms, machine tools, material handling systems, elevators and escalators, and robots used in industry are a few of the systems and devices requiring mechanical engineering knowledge.

Educational Objectives

  • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Course [ B.E. (Mech.) ] have acquired knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering and have developed problem solving skills necessary for productive careers in mechanical engineering and other professions and to pursue post-graduation, professional and life long education.
  • B.E. (Mech.) gives concentrated knowledge in at least one area in mechanical engineering. Areas of concentration may include aerospace, applied mechanics, design, energy engineering, and manufacturing and robotics.
  • Graduates of B.E. (Mech.) can design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data, and effectively use modern technology in communication, research, and problem solving. They have the ability to formulate engineering problems and design a mechanical engineering system or component to meet desired needs.

Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is the oldest and most respected discipline of all engineering fields. Civil engineers design, build, and manage the infrastructure of civilization, which includes buildings, bridges, highways, water supply systems, and other public works. These services are the cornerstone of the discipline, although no longer the limiting scope. The civil and environmental engineering programs include structural engineering, structural mechanics, geotechnical engineering, earthquake engineering, hydrology and water resources engineering, and environmental engineering.

Educational Objectives

  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering course [ B.E. (Civil) ] have acquired knowledge of designing structurs and have developed problem solving skills necessary for productive careers in Civil Engineering & Structures works and executing structural works and to pursue post-graduation, professional and life long education.
  • B.E. (Civil) gives concentrated knowledge in Civil engg. practice, design, societal activities, research, licensing and ethics. aleast one area in mechanical engineering. Be competent professional engineers, literate in both problem identification and problem solving, including design.
  • Graduates of B.E. (Civil) can adept communicators, skilled in teamwork, who thrive in the modern workplace and the public forums of civil engineering practice