Head of Department Profile :

Name : Dr. R. B. Joshi
Qualification BE, ME, Ph.D(CSE)
Email ID ramjoshi.comp@gmail.com
Mobile No. 9921945347
Area of Interest Information Security

Department of Information Technology
The department of Information Technology at JSPM's Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering is established in the year 2001 with intake of 45 seats which has been increased to 60 seats in year 2002. The basic aim of department is to give the best knowledge of various concepts and latest technologies through theory and practical’s. The department includes well equipped laboratories and qualified staff members to shape the career of Engineers to survive in the competitive world of Software Industries. All Staff members encourage students to participate in extracurricular activities happening inside as well as outside of the college.

VISION of Institute
To satisfy the aspirations of youth force, who want to lead the nation towards prosperity through techno economic development.

MISSION of Institute
To provide, nurture and maintain an environment of high academic excellence, research and entrepreneurship for all aspiring students, which will prepare them to face global challenges maintaining high ethical and moral standards.

VISION of Department
To create quality information technology professionals through superior academic environment.

MISSION of Department

  1. To incorporate the IT fundamentals in students to be successful in their career.
  2. To motivate the students for higher studies ,research and entrepreneurship.
  3. To provide IT services  to society .

Program Educational Objectives:

PEO 1

Graduate shall have successful career in IT and allied areas.

PEO 2

Graduate shall have functional and disciplinary skills with an ability to work in diverse professional environment with social concern.

PEO 3

Graduate shall explorer the use of modern tools and emerging technology for research and lifelong learning.

 

Programme Outcomes (POs)

  1. Engineering knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, including discrete mathematics, statistics, science, computer science and engineering fundamentals to model the software application.
    1. POa1: Ability to apply mathematical concepts
    2. POa2: Ability to apply knowledge of applied sciences
    3. POa3: Ability to apply knowledge of engineering fundamentals.
  1. Problem analysis: An ability to design and conduct an experiment as well as interpret data, analyze complex algorithms, to produce meaningful conclusions and recommendations.
    1. POb1: Ability to conduct experiments and practical’s
    2. POb2: Ability to interpret and analyse the data
    3. POb3: Ability to document experimental results and to produce meaningful conclusions and recommendations.
  1. Design/development of solutions: An ability to design and development of  software system, component, or process to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, health & safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

1.POc1: Design the software for a system, process and components.
2.POc2: Develop the software system process and components.
3.POc3: Evaluate the software system process and components.

  1. Conduct investigations of complex problems :An ability to use research based knowledge including analysis, design and development of algorithms for the solution of complex problems interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusion.

1.POd1: Investigate and formulate the complex problem
2.POd2: Analyze and solve complex problems

  1. Modern tool usage: An ability to adapt current technologies and use modern IT tools, to design, formulate, implement and evaluate computer based system, process, by considering the computing needs, limits and constraints.

1.POe1: Use of modern engineering tools
2.POe2: Use of modern engineering technologies, technique and skills

  1. The engineer and society: An ability of reasoning about the contextual knowledge of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, consequent responsibilities relevant to IT practices.

1.POf1. Apply knowledge of Information Technology to societal issues
2.POf2. Follow professional engineering practices.

  1. Environment and sustainability: An ability to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a societal context and demonstrate knowledge of and the need for sustainable development.
    1. POg1:Understand environmental issues
    2. POg2:Provide contemporary solutions
  1. Ethics: An ability to understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of IT practice.
    1. POh1: Understand professional, financial, and security issues
    2. POh2: Understand ethical, legal and social issues
  1. Individual and team work: An ability to apply managerial skills by working effectively as an individual, as a member of a team, or as a leader of a team in multidisciplinary projects.
    1. POi1: Function effectively as an individual
    2. POi2:  Work in a team
  1. Communication: An ability to communicate effectively technical information in speech, presentation, and in written form
    1. POj1: Verbal communication
    2. POj2: Nonverbal communication
  1. Project management and finance: An ability to apply the knowledge of Information Technology and management principles and techniques to estimate time and resources needed to complete engineering project.
    1. POk1: Apply knowledge of project management.
    2. POk2: Apply knowledge of finance.
  1. Life-long learning: An ability to recognize the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning.
    1. POl1: Contemporary technologies
    2. POl2: Lifelong learning

services to society.

Short Term Goals:
1) To Start PG Course.
2) To Organize International Conference.
3) To increase the number of Publication of Technical Papers in International and National in Reputed Journals
4) To involve more faculty members in Consultancy and   R & D work.

 Long Term Goals:
1) At least 50% Faculty to complete Ph.D.
2) To establish Research Centre.
3) To provide Regular Consultancy Service to Industry.

Strengths of Departments:
1) Internet Lab has RF Line with 22 Mbps Speed. 
2) All Computers are with latest hardware Configuration (Wireless).
3) Students can access 24 hrs Internet Facility. 
4) Departmental Library with more than 277volumes with IEEE Journals.
5) Active participation by faculties in paper presentation at National & International conferences, workshops and journals.
6) Department has ISTE Students and Staff Chapter, and CSI Students Chapter.
7) Department strives to develop Industry-Ready Engineers.
8) Industry-Institute Interaction.
9) Encouragement to the Staff Members for Higher Studies and Knowledge Up gradation.
10) Department Organizes Stress-Release Programs and Technical Activities for Faculty and Students.
11) Departmental magazine is published every year.

  1. Guardian Faculty member 

 

    1. For every approximately 20 Students one faculty acts as their GFM and is responsible for keeping track of their attendance, calling in case of absentee, counseling and solving their difficulties.

 

  1. Mentoring System

 

Every faculty member acts as mentor for a batch of  20 Students.Monthly two meetings are conducted with students to sort out their personal or academic related problems. The Purpose of mentoring system is to increase interaction between Faculty and Students Monitor Students Activities, Academic Performance Solve Students Difficulties and Problems.

Additional efforts taken by department

Department conducts Remedial and makeup Classes for Weak students of all classes.Diploma Students of Second Year.The Subjects with University Result less than 70%.

Professional Bodies

Department is having following professional bodies :

  • 1. SAInt : Student association of Information Technology established in year 2006-07.
  • 2. ISTE: Indian Society for Technical education opened in year 2008-09.
  • 3. CSI: Computer Society of India established in year 2009-10.

Results Analysis

 

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

SE

95.94 97.43 86.48 97.4

TE

98.39 81.57 93.75 98.66

BE

100 100 88.8 100

 

Departmental Activities (Curricular and co-curricular)

    Sr. No.

    Name of Professional Society/ Chapter

    Nature of Activity

    Date

    1

    SAInT

    BE IT Farewell  2017

    8th April 2017

    2

    CSI

    Session on “Power of Habits

    11th February, 2017

    3

    SAInT

    Hemoglobin Estimation Camp For Female

    2nd & 3rd February, 2017.

    4

    SAInT

    Session on “Cloud Computing Technologies

    1st February 2017

    5

    SAInT

    Session on “Career in Defense Services”

    25th January, 2017

    6

    SAInT

    Session on “Career opportunities in MBA by FLAME University”

    18th January 2017

    7

    CSI

    Fruits Distribution Event

    14th January 2017.

    8

    SAInT

    MANUSKICHI BHINT-Clothing Distribution Event

    6th January 2017

    9

    SAInT

    IMPACT 16

    24th September 2016

    10

    SAInT

    Blood Donation & Health check-up Camp

    01st September 2016

    11

    SAInT

    Two Days Workshop on “Java”

    12th and 13th Aug 2016

    •  

    • 1) BE IT Farewell 2017
    • Principal, Dr. R.K.Jain Felicitated by Dr. A. N. Banubakode ... HOD IT, Dr. A. N. Banubakode addressing the students...

     

    2) A State Level Project Competition. Prowar

    Principal, Dr. D. S. Bormane Inaugurating Prowar - 2015
    Coordinators of Prowar - 2015

     

    3) Seminar on Cloud Computing .

    3) National level technical symposium Innovision .

    4) Blood Donation & ECG Camp .

    5) One day workshop on “PC Installation troubleshooting & maintenance” on Monday 04/02/2013, Coordination with department of Computer engineering and MCA.

    6) Eye Checkup camp for all and Health Checkup Camp.

    6) National level technical event IMPACT’12.


    Workshop/STTP Organized:


    Name of the Workshop/STTP

    Duration/Date

    Resource Person

    Collaborated with

    LATEX(Workshop)

    1 day

    Mr. Krishna Kanhaiya

    Alumni of IT Dept.

    Advance Java(Workshop)

    2 days

    Mr. Somnath Bardapue

    Cognizant Pvt Ltd

    PC Installation troubleshooting & maintenance(Workshop)

    1 day

    Mr. Sujit Suryawanshi (IT Dept), Mr. Sharad Lavale (MBA Dept), Mr. Atul Supe(Comp Dept)

    RSCOE, Lab Technician

    Workshop/STTP Attended:


    Name of the Workshop/STTP

    Duration/Date

    Collaborated with

    Prof. A. G. Dombe- Cloud Infrastructure Services

    30/06/2014 to 04/07/2014

    EMC2

    Dr A. N. Banubakode- SPANDAN 2014’- Current Research Trends

    29/02/2014

    TCS

    Prof. A. J. Jadhav- Mobile Application Development using Oracle ADF mobile

    29/08/2013

    Oracle

    Prof. A. G. Dombe- Mobile Application Development using Oracle ADF mobile

    29/08/2013

    Oracle

    Prof. S. V. Kedar- Attended workshop on Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML with Essentials of Rational Software Architect

    27/06/2012 to 30/06/2012

    IBM

    Prof. G. S. Mate- Attended workshop on Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML with Essentials of Rational Software Architect

    27/06/2012 to 30/06/2012

    IBM

     

    Prof. M. Shaikh- Attended workshop on Object Oriented Analysis and Design using UML with Essentials of Rational Software Architect

    27/06/2012 to 30/06/2012

    IBM

    Conference/Seminar Organized:


    Name of the Conference/Seminar

    Duration/Date

    Resource Person

    Collaborated with

      Expectation from Industry(Seminar)

    2 hours

    Mr. Sandeep Sohoni

    Assistant Manager-HR, ATOS, Pune

    Project Guidance and Placement Awareness (Seminar)

    2 hours

    Mr. Yogesh A.
    Ghorpade

    Founder & managing Director of Evisipro  Solutions Pvt. Ltd. ,
    Pune.

    Study and work opportunities in USA and abroad(Seminar)

    2 hours

    Mrs. Nahid Bahamany

    The Chopra’s Pvt Ltd, Pune

    Cloud Computing(Seminar)

    4 days

    Mr. Deepak Mane

    RSCOE IT Faculty

    Insurance for Risk Free Life(Seminar)

    2 hours

    Mrs. Anuradha Gajendragadkar

    LIC , India

     

    Departmental Academic Calender

    Faculty Profile

    Students Achivements

    Time Table (SE,TE,BE)

    Laboratory Details


    Name of Laboratory

    Photo

    Major Equipment

     

    Network lab

     

     

     

     

    HCL Dual core 2.70 GHZ, 2GB RAM

    Software Lab

    Dual Core  2.5 GHz, 1GB DDR2 RAM

    Multimedia Lab

    eSys Wizard  Dual core 1 GB, 2.80 GHz

    Microprocessor Lab

    Digital IC Trainer kits
    Microprocessor and Microcontroller  Kits and Other Kits
    Intel Dual Core Processor, 3 GHz, 2 GB DDR 2 RAM, HDD 500 GB

    Digital Electronics lab

    Microprocessor and Microcontroller  Kits and Other Kits

     

    List of Toppers

    BE IT


    Rank

    Name  of the Student

    Percentage of Passing

    1

    Sayali  Kute

    74.13

    2

    Shweta Acchha

    73.60

    3

    Ankita Shrivastava

    73.13

    4

    Siddhant Tanpure

    72.66

    5

    Akash Udhanshiv

    71.26

    TE IT


    Rank

    Name  of the Student

    Percentage of Passing.
    %

    1

    Shweta kulkarni

    71.06

    2

    Rupali Gobe

    70.86

    3

    Supriya Ghogade

    69.9

    4

    Vaishnavi Nair

    69.07

    5

    Angha Girme

    67.8

     

    SE IT


    Rank

    Name  of the Student

    Percentage of Passing. %

    1

    Rohan Das

    80.06

    2

    Sucheta More

    76.13

    3

    Atul Patil

    76.06

    4

    Nauman Birwadkar

    73.6

    5

    Dishan Bhan

    71.60

     

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    Dr. R.B.Joshi
    Designation: Professor and Head of the department
    Telephone Nos: 020-22933423 Extn 213,
    020-22934084 Extn 213,
    020-22934344 Extn 213,
    Fax No: 020-22933424
    E-mailID: rscoeit@jspm.edu.in

     

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