Computer Science and Engineering
We are a dynamic and sophisticated Department that offers first-rate study opportunities in state-of-the-art areas within Computer Engineering. The continued success of our graduate program depends on the high quality and relevance of research performed by our professors and graduate students which is proved by the research papers published by the faculty and students in various conferences. We involved the students in preparation of mathematical models first, which has helped to create the research acumen among them. In this academic year twelve project groups have published their work in various National and International conferences and Journals.
With the globalization of Indian economy, vast opportunities of growth have thrown open for the computer software and hardware industry. Software being one of the largest growing sectors of the Indian economy, the department of computer engineering has been at the forefront of churning out software engineers of high caliber of technical expertise. It continues to foster and engender the innovation and breadth of vision necessary to excel in the blooming software industry.
Besides imparting theoretical knowledge, a lot of stress is laid on hands-on training and overall, development of the individual’s personality. The teaching and value addition program have devised keeping in view close interaction with the industry. The competence of the department is reflected in growing demands for its fresh graduates. The number of recruiting companies has multiplied many folds in the last few years.
The department strives to make learning more creative, interactive and information driven by using sophisticated computer techniques. The centre would offer training and software development apart from being a support service for the faculty, students.”
The Department of Computer Science & Engineering was established in 2010-11 with affiliation to University of Solapur, recognized by Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State & AICTE, New Delhi with an initial intake of 60 students for UG Programme. We are also running Master programmes in Computer Science Engineering with intake of 24 students.
What do we do?
The Department emphasizes on all round development of the students, to make them competent engineers. The Department has well qualified and experienced faculty members and technically competent supporting staff. Being fully residential campus a unique opportunity in terms of availability of students for 24 hours exists here. A unique model of Value Addition Programmes (VAP) is implemented to ensure project based learning (PBL). VAP has been proved to be a successful tool to bridge the gap between University curriculum and industry expectations. Presentations, Group Discussions, various competitions and technical festivals proved to be useful for life skill development of students.
Computer Science & Engineering department in association with user & industry will harness knowledge, and potential for application based product development in the future, through world-class education to empower the society around.
Computer Science & Engineering department will be the widely recognized center of excellence for promoting value added engineering education. We will contribute by evolving innovative technology solutions to solve a wide range of complex scientific, technological and social problems.
Short term goals
- Continuously upgrade existing resources through qualified and experienced faculty and state-of-the-art laboratories.
- To initiate relevant value addition programs and certifications for improving employability.
- To strengthen the Institute-Industry relationship for mutual benefit.
Long term goals
- To establish a center of innovations in Agriculture, Tele-health and ICT sector in collaboration with Industry.
- To create a center of excellence in network, security and computer vision.
- To establish a world class R&D institute for a patent based research creating opportunities for faculty to be resource persons.
Our Placed Students
|Staff Name||Designation||Qualification||Total Experience||Email Id||Photo|
|Dr. D. P.Gandhmal||Associate Professor|
|Prof. A. A. Phatak||Assistant Professor||ME(CSE), BE(CSE), PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. H.T. Gurme||Assistant Prof.||M.E(CSE), B.E(CSE)||email@example.com|
|Prof. S.A.Dhanawe||Assistant Prof.||M.E (CSE)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. L. C. Maindargi||Assistant Professor||ME(E & TC)||email@example.com|
|Prof. S. S. Shelke||Assistant Prof.||M.E (CSE)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. S. S. Navale||Assistant Prof.||M.E (CSE)||email@example.com|
|Prof. U. S. Gatkul||Assistant Prof.||M.E (VLSI & EC)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. V. S. Shakhapure||Assistant Prof.||M.E (CSE)||email@example.com|
|Prof. A. M. Gunje||Assistant Prof.||M.E (CSE)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. S. S. Shakhapure||Assistant Professor||ME(CSE)||email@example.com|
|Prof. A. D. Ruikar||Assistant Professor||ME(CSE)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prof. D.I Navale||Assistant Prof.||M.Sc. MCA,M.Phil, Ph.Demail@example.com|
Total Area-72.25 Sq .Mtr.
3010 Dell optiplex Desktop-Intel core-i3 Processors,500 GB HDD,2 GB Ram,18.5’’ Monitor, EPSON Dot Matrix Printer LX-300, D-link Switch-24 port DES-1228 ME, D-link Switch-16 port DES-1016 A, UPS 15 KVA
Practical conducted here are of subjects ADC,DS,DBE,DC,BE-Project.
Total Area-72.25 Sq .Mtr.
390 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core- i3 Processor, 500 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 18.5” Monitor, EPSON 300 Lx Printer, D-link Switch-24 port DES-1024 D, D-link Switch-16 Port, Servo Stabilizer (7.5 KVA).
Practical conducted here are of subjects MDS,DBE, ESL-I,BE-Project.
Computer Software Lab Total Area-72.25 Sq .Mtr.
380 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core 2 Duo,320 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 17” Monitor, D-link Switch-24 port DES-1024 D , D-link Switch-16 port DES-1016 A, EPSON 890 Fx Printer.
The total cost of equipments is 534595/-
Practical conducted here are of subjects JP,DBE,DC,BE-Project.
Operating System Lab
Total Area-72.25 Sq .Mtr.
380 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core 2 Duo,320 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 17” Monitor, D-link Switch-24 port DES-1024 D, D-link Switch-08 port, EPSON 890 Fx Printer.
The total cost of equipments is 559586.5/-
Practical conducted here are of subjects OSC,DS,DAA.
Advanced Programming Lab
Total Area-72.25 Sq .Mtr.
380 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core 2 Duo,320 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 17” Monitor, D-link Switch-24 port DES-1210, D-link Switch-16 port 1016A, EPSON 890 Lx Printer, UPS 15 KVA.
The total cost of equipments is 666615.1/-
Practical conducted here are of subjects JP,CG,ESL-III,BE-project.
System Software Lab
Total Area-72.25 Sq .Mtr.
3010 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core- i3 Processor, 500 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 18.5” Monitor, Acer Veriton Desktop intel Dual Core ,Ram-1 GB, HDD-160, Mouse & Keyboard, 17” Monitor, D-link Switch-24 port DES-1024 D, D-link Switch-16 port DES-1016 A, Stabilizer 7.5 KVA, EPSON 300 Lx Printer.
The total cost of equipments is 667255/-
Practical conducted here are of subjects JP,ESL-III,Python,MDS,CG,BE-project.
Computer Center Lab
Total Area-144Sq .Mtr.
380 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core 2 Duo,320 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 17” Monitor , 380 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core 2 Duo,320 GB HDD, 1GB RAM, Acer Veriton Desktop intel Dual Core
Ram-1 GB, HDD-160, 390 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core- i3 Processor, 500 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 18.5” Monitor, 3010 Dell Optiplex Desktop- Intel Core- i3 Processor, 500 GB HDD, 2GB RAM, 3020 Dell Optiplex Desktop Inter i5 4 GM RAM, 500 GB HDD, D-link Switch-16 port DES-1016 A, Servo Stabilizer (7.5 KVA)
The total cost of equipments is 1437015/-
Practical conducted here are of subjects SP,ESL-III,ADC,BE-Project.
Network Lab Lab & Server Room
Total Area-72.25Sq .Mtr.
Dell PowerEdge T110- Intel Xeon 2.4 GHz, 8 GB RAM ,500 GB HDD ,Windows Server 2012,Dell PowerEdgeR210- Intel Xeon 2.4 GHz, 12 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, Windows Server 2012, Dell 3020- Intel Core i3, 8 GB RAM,1TB HDD, Windows Server 2012, Cyberoam CR300iNG- Web Filtering, Application Filtering, User Authentication, Bandwidth Management, IPS, VPS, Reporting Tool, Fortigate 80C- Web Filtering, Application Filtering, User Authentication, Bandwidth Management, IPS, VPS, Reporting Tool, Cisco Catalyst 3750-24 Port Manageable Gigabit Ethernet Layer 3 Switch, Cisco Catalyst 3550-24 Port Manageable Fast Ethernet Layer 3 Switch, Cisco 1941 Router- Onboard WAN ports , Gigabit Ethernet, Cisco 1905 Router- Onboard WAN ports 10/100/1000 ,Gigabit Ethernet WAN routed ports, Dell 380- Dell 380 Optiplex Desktop, Intel Dual Core 2GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Dell 3010- Dell 3010 DT, Base i3, Intel 2GB RAM, 500GB HDD., Hikvision 32 CH NVR-32 CH NVR with 8 TB HDD, Dlink 24 Gigabit Switch, Dlink 100 Mbps Switch, 100 Mbps Media Converters, Gigabit Media Converters - Fiber to Ethernet Media Converter, 5 KVA UPS with Battery Backup, 42 U Server Rack.
The total cost of equipments is 18,24,348/-
Total Area-72.25Sq .Mtr.
Microprocess 8085 Dynalog Kit-8 ,SMPS-8.
The total cost of equipments is 40,000/-
Prof. S S Joshi
Workshops and Seminars
|Title||Level||Sponsoring Agency||Dates||No. of participants||Coordinator|
|Deploying and Running your Application on Server||National||Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Solapur University, Solapur||24 & 25 March 2023 ||102||Mr. H. T. Gurme|
|Networking Concepts||Institute Level||NBNSCOE Solapur||10-April to 13-April-2023||80||Prof. L. C. Maindargi|
|How to Write a Research Paper||Institute Level||NBNSCOE Solapur||1-Jun-23||80||Dr. D. P. Gandhmal|
|Latex||Institute Level||NBNSCOE Solapur||2-Jun-23||78||Mr. H. T. Gurme|
|Agile Methodology||Institute Level||NBNSCOE Solapur||3-Jun-23||80||Mr. Subhodh Kulkarni|
|Building Application using Raspberry - Pi||Institute Level||NBNSCOE Solapur||3-Jun-23||80||Prof. S. S. Shakhapure|
|Guest Lecture on Gate||Institute Level||Ace Academy||12-Dec-22||65||Mr.Shankar Wadne|
|NLP, personality development, skills enhancement, Mind training and carrier guidence||Institute Level||14-Oct-22||72||Mr. Arshad Sayyed|
|Python Training Workshop(Barclays)||Institute Level||Gayatri Infotech,Solapur Barclays||13-Oct-22||66||Mr.Narendra Mergu|
|Placement orientation and induction||Institute Level||13-Oct-22||60||Mr. Satish Lakade|
|Motivational Story||Institute Level||Microsoft,Bangalore||10-Oct-22||70||Mr.Mudassarali Rangrez|
|Finding Innovative ideas and transform it into a product||Institute Level||Qualcomm Technologies Inc,Hyderabad||7-Sep-22||77||Mr.Harsh Jain|
|Visit to UDYAM PAHSUS||National||PAHSUS||25-Aug-22||30||Dr. Sachin Ladda|
|Expert Lecture on Start Up Ideas||Institute Level||RB Tech Services, Ahmednagar||22-Aug-22||126||Mr. Bhavik Shah|
|Redhat Linux: career guidance and job opportunities||Institute Level||Top IT academy||20-5-2022||124||Mrs. Kavita Patil|
|Full Stack Development||Institute Level||Stance Code Technology Pvt Ltd.||21-Mar-22||67||Mr. Ritesh Dayma|
|Alumni Session||Institute Level||Nil||13-Jan-23||45||Mr. Suraj Patil, Mr. Amey Utpat, Mr. Prathmesh Sanga|
|Spoken Tutorial||National||National||1st July-20th sept|
|77|| Prof. A.D. Meshram,
Prof. A.S. Kulkarni
|SOFT COMPUTING”-ANN AND FUZZY SYSTEM FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION(SCAFPR-2016)||National||Solapur University||1st Feb 2016 to 05th Feb 2016||101|| Prof. A.V. Mohare,
Prof. I.I. Kazi,
Prof. B.R. Solunke
|A WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER SECURITY & ETHICAL HACKING||National||Nil||3rd Feb 2016 to 4th Feb 2016||110||Prof. K.S. Swami|
|GOOGLE APP FOR EDUCATION||Institute Level||Nil||13 July 2015 to 14 July 2015||250||Prof. A.S. Shimpi|
|EXPERT LECTUREON HADOOP||Institute Level||Nil||26 Sept 2015||80||Prof. B.R. Solunke|
|LATEX WORKSHOP||Institute Level||Nil||3rd April 2016||65||Prof. R.S. Dayama|
|RECENT TRENDS IN DATABASE ENGINEERING||Institute Level||Nil||3rd Feb 2016||75||Prof. B.R. Solunke|
Development Training Program
|state||NIIT, Solapur||22nd DEC 14 to 27th DEC 14||52||Prof. A. A. Phatak|
|ANDROID OS||state||Creazione Softwares Pvt. Ltd, Aurangabad||26th December 2014 to 30th December 2014||Prof. K. S. Swami|
|LATEX||State||NIL||5 Oct 2015||80||Prof. R.S. Dayama|
|LATEX||State||NIL||5 Nov 2014||75||Prof. R.S. Dayama|
|Spoken Tutorial||National||IIT B||Sept 2014||44||Prof. H.S. Chabukswar|
|LATEX||State||NIL||OCT 2013||80||Prof. R.S. Dayama
Prof. H.S. Chabukswar
|BOOTING process of OS||State||NIL||10 & 11 Aug 2013||150||Prof. A.S. Pawade|
|BOOTING process of OS||State||NIL||Aug 2014||163||Prof. A.S. Pawade|
|ANDROID||State||NIL||Sept 2013||30||Prof. R.S. Jamgekar|
|Robotics||International||IIT B & Technofilia||Sept 2013||100||Prof. S.S. Joshi & Prof. M.C. Bagwan|
|Name of Topics||Name of Speaker, Designation and Organization||Dates||Number of faculty/Student attended|
|Sponsored Project||Mr. Bhavik Shah||22/8/2022||6|
|Expert Lecture on Start Up Ideas||Mr. Bhavik Shah||22/8/2022||126|
|Webinar / Awareness session||Mrs. Kavita Patil||20/5/2022||124|
|Full Stack Development||Mr. Ritesh Dayma||21/3/2022||67|
|Recent trends in DataBase Engineering||Mr. Vikas Kadam||03/02/2016||75|
|Industrial Interaction for HADOOP||Mr. Sagar Shimpi||26/09/2015||80|
|Project Development||Mr. Avinash Patil||03/09/2013||100|
|Software Issues||Mr. Jayant Kirtane||21/02/2013||56|
|Opportunity & expectation from IT industry||Mr. Amit Chilka||13/08/2012||140|
|ANDROID technology||Mr. Vishal Teli||20/07/2012||70|
Research , Publication and Patent
Title of Paper/Book
Link to the recognition in UGC enlistment of the Journal/Book
|2022-2023||1. Mrs. Amruta Ruikar||Government of India||AI AND IOT BASED SMART WALKING STICK FOR VISUALLYIMPAIRED WITH ALERTING|
|2. Amruta Ruikar||Springer Nature Computer Science||2661-8907||DNN-Based Knee OA Severity Prediction System: Pathologically Robust Feature Engineering Approach||https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s42979-022-01476-4|
|3. Dr. Dattatray Gandhmal||Nirali Prakashan||9.78935E+12||Deep Learning|
|4. Prof A.D Ruikar||Bharati Vidyapeeth press||978-93-91015-51-0||Lab on C programming|
|5. Prof A.D Ruikar||Bharati Vidyapeeth press||978-93-91015-83-1||Lab on Java|
|6. V V Pottigar||IJIRSET||2319-8753||Implementation of Intelligent Accident and Notification System for Emergency Assistance||http://www.ijirset.com/upload/2022/march/65_Implementation_NC.pdf|
|7. V V Pottigar||IJIRSET||2319-8753||Clustering data Streams based on shared density between microclusters|
|8. V V Pottigar||IJSREM||2582-3930||Intercloud resource allocation by using agent based approach||https://ijsrem.com/download/intercloud-resource-allocation-by-using-agent-based-approach/|
|9. Prof. B.R. Solunke||IRAJ||IS-ICME GOA-25106 600, October 2016||Analyzing Students learning Experiences Through Social Media|
|2016-2017||1. Prof. A.D. Meshram||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||Automatic Facial Expression Recognition using Features of Salient Facial Patches|
|2. Prof. A.S. Pawade||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||Meetify: A Friend Recommendation System|
|3. Prof.A.S.Shimpi||RICE||Volume 3, 2469-2589||Online Feature Selection based on Regression analysis and Clustering method along with its Application|
|4. Prof.A.S.Shimpi||IJIRCCE||Vol4, Issue 11, 2320-901||OFS: Online Feature Selection based on Regression analysis and Clustering method along with its Application|
|5. Prof.A.S.Shimpi||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||Web Image Search Based on Hyper graph Re-ranking|
|6. Prof. H.T. Gurme||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||Augmented Interfaces and Virtual Simulation for Business Models with focus on Banking and Retail|
|7. Prof. K. S. Swami||IJSR||Volume 5 Issue 10, 2319-7064, October-2016||Security Methods for Privacy Preserving and Data Sharing Over Cloud Computing and BigData Frameworks.|
|8. Prof. R.S. Dayama||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||Optimal Traffic Engg. & Efficient flooding mechanism|
|9. Prof. R.S. Dayama||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||Vehical to Vehical communication using Ad-hoc network|
|10. Prof. R.S. Dayama||IJGSER||Vol. 2(3), 2455-510X, September 2016||Efficient and Scalable Botnet Detection Method in P2P Communications|
|11. Prof. V.V. Bhanawase||IJRPET||Volume 3 Issue 4, 2454-7875, Apr 2017||Efficient Data Storage in Clouds using decentralized access control with anonymous authentication|
|12. Prof. V.V. Bhanawase||National Conference||NCCC-2K17, March 2017||RRW-A Robust and Reversible Watermarking technique for relational data|
|2015-2016||1. Prof. A.A. Phatak||IJCSAE||Volume 3, No 07, July 2015||“A Brief Review on Digital Rights Management Mechanisms with and without Trusted Third Party”|
|2. Prof. A.A. Phatak||IJIRSET||Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2016, ISSN-2319-8753||“Adjacent Line Image Rotation for Preserving Image Quality”|
|3. Prof. A.A. Phatak||IJIR||ISSN 2454-1362 Vol-2, Issue 5, 2016||“Mining Association Rules Securely from Distributed System”|
|4. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IJRITC||ISSN: 2321-8169 Volume: 3 Issue: 11 |
6239 – 6243- Year- 2015
|“Designing Change Assimilation Process using Close-up Down Graph for Switch Based Networks “|
|5. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IRJET||ISSN-2395-0056 Year-2015.||“Dynamic Network Reconfiguration for Switch-Based Network”|
|6. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IJRITC||ISSN: 2321-8169 Volume: 3 Issue: 11 6239 – 6243- Year- 2015||“Energy Efficient Minimum Broadcast Routing in ASN”|
|7. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IJCSI||Volume 6 issue 6 November - December 2015.||“IEAACK-Secure Detection System for Packet- Dropping attack in MANETs”|
|8. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IJCSIT||Vol. 6 (3), 2015, 2406-2408 Year- 2015.||“Minimum Broadcast Energy Conserving Protocol for Asymmetric WSN”|
|9. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IJCSI||ISSN- 2229-3345, Vol -6-Issue-6,Year 2016.||“Paradigm of Privacy Preserving Techniques in Social Network Data Publishing”|
|10. Prof. A.V. Mophare||IJR||ISSN-2348-6848, Vol-2, Year 2016.||“Visual Categorization Using Negative Bootstrap”|
|11. Prof. B.R. Solunke||IJCST||Volume 3 Issue 2, Mar-Apr 2015.||“An Approach Towards Increasing The Throughput By Reducing Routing Overhead In MANET “|
|12. Prof. B.R. Solunke||IJARCC||Engineering Vol. 5, Issue 2, February 2016||“A Survey on Exploring Student’s Experiences through Analyzing Social Media Data”|
|13. Prof. B.R. Solunke||IJECS||Volume 4 Issue 5 May, 2015 Page No.11727.||“Automated Guided Model For Integrating News Into Stock Trading strategies”|
|14. Prof. B.R. Solunke||IJCST||Volume 4 Issue 2, Mar - Apr 2016||“A Methodology for the Usage of Side Data in Content Mining”|
|15. Prof. B.R. Solunke||IJRET||Jan 5,2016||“On Demand Retrieval of Crowd Sourced Mobile Video streaming and sharing the video: CCMVA”|
|16. Prof. V.V. Pottigar||IJCSI||ISSN : 0975-9646 VOL.6 (5), 2015.||“An Analysis of Robust Exemplar- Based In painting Algorithm using Region Segmentation and Block Computation”|
|17. Prof. R.S. Jamgekar||IJARCCE||Volume 5, 2319- 5940, Feb 2016||A survey of exploring student’s experience through analyzing social media data|
|18. Prof. A.D. Meshram|
Prof. A.S. Kulkarni
Prof. S.S. Hippargi
|IJLTET||volume. 6 issue 4 March 2016 ISSN: 2278-621X||“Big Data analytics using Real-Time Architecture”|
|19. Prof. R.S. Dayama||IJGSER||Vol. 2, 2455-510X, February 2016||Multi-Face Recognition with Attendance & Security|
|20. Prof. H.T. Gurme||IJCST||Volume 3 Issue 5, 2347-8578, Sep-Oct 2015||Throughput-Aware Probabilistic Rebroadcasting Method to Reduce Routing Overhead in Mobile Ad Hoc Network|
|2014-2015||1. Prof. V.V. Pottigar||IJCT||ISSN : 0975-9646 VOL.6 (5), 2015.||“Faster and Efficient method for Robost Exemplar Based In painting using block processing”|
|2. Prof. A.S. Pawade||ASSR||Volume 5 , Issue2 ,2350-1146,||Optimal Data Mining Techniques for Security Means|
|3. Prof. H.T. Gurme||IJCST||Volume 3 Issue 2, 2347-8578, Mar-Apr-2015||An Approach Towards Increasing The Throughput By Reducing Routing Overhead In MANET|
|4. Prof. R.S. Dayama||IJCA||Vol. 118, 0975 – 8887, May 2015||Secured Network from Distributed DOS through HADOOP|
|5. Prof. R.S. Jamgekar||IJCSIT||Vol. 6 (2), 0975-9646, June 2015||A Context-Aware Search System for Smart Phones Based on Context-Aware Infrastructure|
|6. Prof. R.S. Jamgekar||IJCSIT||Vol. 6 (5), 0975-9646, June 2015||Improving Privacy In Healthcare Service By Using Cloud Assisted Technologies|
|7. Prof. R.S. Jamgekar||IJCSIT||Vol. 6 (5), 0975-9646, June 2015||Enhancing Healthcare Service By Using OPE with Cloud Databases|
|8. Prof. V.V. Bhanawase||VESCOMM Conference-2015||Volume 2, 978-81-928542-0-2, February-2015||P2P Botnet Prevention with the help of Sybil attack|
|9. Prof. V.V. Bhanawase||IJATES|
Issue 2, 2348-7550, February-2015
|Requirements,Proposals and challenges in Transaction Management Service-oriented Systems|
|2013-2014||1. Prof. A.V. Mophare, |
Prof. A.A. Phatak
|IJCA||Volume 83, PP 75-78, Dec 2013||“Security & Privacy in Mobile Cloud Computing: Issues, Challenges &Appl.”|
|2. Prof. V.V. Pottigar||IJERT||Volume 2|
PP 3255-3260, Dec 2013
|“Difference strategies of grid scheduling techniques”|
|3. Prof. R.S. Dayama||IJCA||Volume 82, PP 12-14, November 2013.||“Achieving Reliability in Link State Protocol using Efficient Flooding and Traffic Splitting|
|4. Prof. A.S. Pawade||IJSER||Volume 2, Issue 5,|
|“Activity Analysis in social networking for enhancing trust”|
|5. Prof. R.S. Jamgekar||ELSEVIRE||ISBN:978-93-5107-220-1,28,March 2014||“Secure Cloud Computing”|
|6. Prof. A.S. Pawade,|
Prof. R.S. Jamgekar,
Prof. H.M. Gaidhankar
|ELSEVIRE||ISBN No. 978-93-5107,220-1,28 March 2014||“Constraint based intertransaction Association rule discovery for stock prediction”|
|7. Prof. A.S. Pawade||COSMIC||ISSN- 0976-8491, Vol 5, Issue 2, April 2014||“Disability in online social n/w with an analysis of their models & their comprehensive activities”|
|8. Prof. A.S. Pawade||JCT||Vol. 3, Issue 4, April 2014||“The analysis of emotion mining from the text in the online social network”|
|9. Prof. S.S. Hippargi||IJARCSSE||Volume 3, Issue 11, Nov 2013||“Cloud Computing for media storage & performance analysis”|
|10. Prof. S.S. Hipparg||IJERT||Volume 2, Issue 12, Dec 2013||“Information sharing system using cloud for education”|
|11. Prof. V.V. Bhanawase||IJSER||Volume 5 Issue 2, 2229-5518, February-2014||Transaction Management in Service-Oriented Systems: Implementation|
|Sr. No.||Academic Year||Department||Class||Name of the Student||Result In Percentage||University Rank|
|1||2021-22||CSE||BE||Chavan Ujjwala Nivrutti||89.78||11th|
|2||Gudage Shraddha Sanjay||88.57|
|3||Mule Kajal Sunil||88.34|
|4||TE||Shruti Prashant Ingale||87.09|
|5||Snehal Manoj Kortekar||88.06|
|6||Tanjila Bashirahmad Bijali||85.09|
|7||SE||Raut Rutuja Mahesh||96.77||3rd|
|8||Kurale Nikhil Anil||95.61||7th|
|9||Mergu Swapnil Sharad||94.97||10th|
|1||2020-21||CSE||BE||SUBHEDAR ZOHA ANJUM ABDUL MUNAF||88.95||6th|
|2||KANNURKAR REKHA NURANDAPPA||86.69|
|3||DYAWARKONDA LATA SUBHASH||86.09|
|7||SE||KORTEKAR SNEHAL MANOJ||93.82||1st|
|8||SHIRKE ATHARVA PRASHANT||93.09||2nd|
|9||SHIRKE SANIKA PARAG||92.61||3rd|
|1||2019-20||CSE||BE||KULKARNI ANKITA CHANDRACHUD||86.73||6th|
|2||TELE AISHWARYA SHRIDHAR||84.6|
|3||FARASH SHIFA MUKHTAR ALAM||83.84|
|4||TE||DYAWARKONDA LATA SUBHASH||86.57|
|5||RAUL NAVINA NAGRAJ||86.11|
|6||SE||CHAVAN UJJWALA NIVRUTTI||88.78|
|7||GUDAGE SHRADDHA SANJAY||88.31|
|8||NARULE VAISHNAVI AJAY||86.63|
|1||2018-19||CSE||BE||JANGAM ABOLI SURENDRA||85.28||7th|
|2||TE||KULKARNI ANKITA CHANDRACHUD||86.29||1st|
|3||FARASH SHIFA MUKHTAR ALAM||84.29||6th|
|4||SE||SUBHEDAR ZOHA ANJUM ABDUL MUNAF||86.81||5th|
|1||2017-18||CSE||BE||TANDALE PRAJAKTA SUNIL||88.59||2nd|
|2||KINAGI ASHWINI ARVIND||85.7||8th|
|3||SAGAR PREMA RAJSHEKHAR||85.53||9th|
|4||TE||DUDHANKAR SHWETA MAHESH||83.88||6th|
|5||JANGAM ABOLI SURENDRA||82.65||9th|
|6||BE||TELE AISHWARYA SHRIDHAR||83.62||1st|
|7||KULKARNI ANKITA CHANDRACHUD||83.06||2nd|
|8||SHIRKE SHREYA PRASHANT||82.12||3rd|
|Total Experience in NBNSCOE||Photo|
|Mr.Vinayak Nale||Lab Assistant||BCA (Microsoft Certification)||firstname.lastname@example.org||10 Years|
|Mr. Onkar Sadanand Diwate||Lab Assistant||Diploma in Electrical Engg.||email@example.com||8 Years|
|Mrs. Shweta S. Chavan||Lab Assistant||MCAfirstname.lastname@example.org||1.3 years|
|Mr Umesh Babar||Peon||BAemail@example.com||13 years|