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Department Overview

The department was established with the aim of regulating and monitoring the process of teaching/learning related to the first year engineering and hence imparting quality education. The highlights of the department are highly qualified faculties, supported by well equipped laboratories and excellent infrastructure to do total justice to the prescribed curriculum.

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  1. To inculcate the importance of basic sciences and develop a natural flair for Engineering and Technology which in turn shall mould the student into a competent professional.
  2. To motivate students towards becoming self directed & independent learner who will be groomed to face the challenges of the ever changing world outside.
  3. It also gives emphasize to provide valuable resources for industry & society through excellence in technology, education and research.

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  1. To introduce innovative teaching methodologies and evaluation strategies, to chisel the professional etiquette of the students.
  2. To encourage students to identify and bridge gaps between the curriculum and industry requirements.
  3. To promote leadership and professionalism among the students and faculty by providing right ambience.
  4. By producing students who are intellectually and technically equipped with well defined knowledge, skills and ethics, who are creative thinkers, inspiring leaders and contributing citizens.
  5. To give the best practical knowledge to the students for their enhancement.
  6. To guide students in personality development and communication skills.
  7. To organize training programs / workshops for upgrading staff and student performance.
  8. To provide students with a strong foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to identify, analyze and solve real life problems and to prepare them for graduate studies in their specific domain.
  9. To prepare students for successful career in Indian and multinational organizations, by assessing current and emerging technologies.
  10. To promote awareness amongst students for life-long learning and to inculcate in them professional and ethical attitude, good leadership qualities and commitment to social responsibilities.

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1 Dr. Varsha Gaikwad HOD / Asst. Professor B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D
2 Ms. Archana Deshpande(PHY) Asst. Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
3 Mr. Tushar Borkar(CHE) Asst. Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
4 Ms. Sadaf Gauhar(PHY) Asst. Professor B.Sc, M.Sc
5 Ms. Firdous Sadaf Asst. Professor BE, M.Tech
6 Mr. Rakesh Karmarkar(Sports) Asst. Professor BA, MA, M.Phil, B.Ed, B.P.Ed
7 Dr. Kalpana Nagde Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D
8 Mr. Sanket Kewalsingh Gahalot Asst. Professor B.E., M.Tech.
9 Ms. Ashwini Tulsiram Thakre Asst. Professor B.E., M.Tech.
10 Ms. Vaishali Dashrath Patil Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc.
11 Ms. Pooja Kamal Arora Asst. Professor _________
12 Ms. Nishigandha Gawande Asst. Professor B.Sc.,M.Sc.
13 Dr. Arjunkumar Raghavendra Agrawal Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D
14 Mr. Pawan Ashok Ganorkar Asst. Professor _________
15 Ms. Aparna Prakash Jaipurkar Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc.
16 Mr. Kavishwar Devidasrao Khoper Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc.
17 Ms. Pooja Pradip Sawwalakhe Asst. Professor B.E.
18 Mr. Mirajul Haque Farooque Asst. Professor B.E., M.tech.
19 Ms. Shatabdi Mrityunjay Dhamgaye Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc.
20 Ms. Geetanjali Kale Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc.
21 Mr. Sourabh Tiwari Asst. Professor B.E.
22 Mr. Astoday Badole Asst. Professor B.Sc., M.Sc.
23 Dr. Neetu Gupta Asst. Professor B.Sc.,M.Sc.,Ph.D
24 Mr. Milind Deshpande Asst. Professor B.Sc.,M.Sc.
25 Ms. Pradhnya Vitthal Dubule Asst. Professor M.A
26 Ms. Jyoti Abhishek Agrawal Asst. Professor _____________
27 Ms. Kishwar Amir Khan Asst. Professor B.E.
28 Ms. Sadiya Sikandar Hayat Asst. Professor B.E.
29 Ms. Fouziya Tanzeem Ahmad Ansari Asst. Professor B.Sc.,M.Sc.
30 Ms. Kalyani Navneen Dubey Asst. Professor M.A., M.B.A.
31 Mr. Santosh headu Asst. Professor B.Sc.,M.Sc.
32 Mr. Sapan Joshi Asst. Professor  M.B.A.
33 Ms. Jayashree Narayan Paul Asst. Professor B.Sc.,M.Sc.

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First Semester

Applied Mathematics-I: C101 Year of Study 2017-18

C101 .1

CO[1]: To equip student with a sufficient understanding of the scientific method so that they can use mathematics in other subjects.

C101 .2

CO[2]: To expose students to the basic knowledge of mathematics.

C101 .3

CO[3]: To make them aware about the applications of mathematics so that they apply that application to the various subject.

C101 .4

CO[4]: To become a part of on-going technological revolution, today’s engineering students has to acquaint himself with method of science.

C101 .5

CO[5]: To have sufficient background in the area to do well in jobs, interviews for mathematical problem and effective quantitative.


Engineering Physics: C102 Year of Study 2017-18

C102 .1

CO[1]: Explain the concept of quantum mechanics; differentiate classical mechanics and quantum mechanics.

C102 .2

CO[2]: Describe wave nature of matter.

C102 .3

CO[3]: Use Schrodinger time independent equations to apply in energy levels.

C102 .4

CO[4]: Explain, classify seven crystal systems, unit cell characteristics & sketch Miller planes.

C102 .5

CO[5]: Differentiate solids into conductor, semiconductor and insulator on the basis of band theory.

C102 .6

CO[6]: Explain characteristics of diode, transistor & rectification. Make use of different diodes in different applications.

C102 .7

CO[7]: Demonstrate the development of Hall voltage.


Engineering Chemistry: C103 Year of Study 2017-18

C103 .1

CO[1]: Develop innovative methods to produce soft water for industrial use and potable water at cheaper cost.

C103 .2

CO[2]: Apply their knowledge for protection of different metals from corrosion.

C103 .3

CO[3]: Identify the functional role of ingredients of cement.

C103 .4

CO[4]: Develop an awareness of the utilization of waste materials as novel innovative materials for use in concrete.

C103 .5

CO[5]: Understand prevention of pollution by designing proper processes to reduce or eliminate the generation of hazardous byproducts.

C103 .6

CO[6]: Understand working of different types of battery.


Basic Electrical Engineering: C104 Year of Study 2017-18

C104 .1

CO[1]: Ability to analyze circuits using Kirchhoff’s voltage & current laws, and node analysis.

C104 .2

CO[2]: Ability to analyze different magnetic circuits and its analogous with Electric circuits.

C104 .3

CO[3]: Ability to compute frequency responses of circuits containing capacitors and inductors of A.C circuits.

C104 .4

CO[4]: Ability to analyze efficiency and regulation of system using Transformer.


Basic Civil Engineering: C105 Year of Study 2017-18

C105 .1

CO[1]: The ability to practice civil engineering using up-to-date techniques, skills, and tools as a result of life-long learning ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. Describe the scientific terminologies related to construction and mechanical sciences.

C105 .2

CO[2]: Students will gain the ability to identify, analyze, formulate, and solve different challenging of civil engineering problems. Students will develop professional skills that prepare them for immediate employment or postgraduate study in Civil Engineering disciplines.

C105 .3

CO[3]: Students will develop abilities in the application of the necessary mathematical tools, scientific basics, and fundamental knowledge of civil Engineering. To produce graduates who are prepared for life-long learning and successful careers as civil engineers.

C105 .4

CO[4]: Students will develop an understanding of the multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social and human context, in which their engineering contributions will be utilized. Students will learn to communicate their ideas to be effective in collaboration with other members of civil engineering teams.

C105 .5

CO[5]: Familiarize with different components, equipments and technical standards. Know the purpose, procedures, and the materials. Be aware of the uses and standards adopted in industries. Understand the basic laws pertaining towards the subject.

C105 .6

CO[6]: Understand the procedures for construction of several structures. Create working models or prototypes of the components. Gain knowledge in surveying, their types and the equipments used. Explain the principle, working and application of Engines and Power plants.

C105 .7

CO[7]: Understand and apply the concepts of manufacturing and the technology related. Mention some of the applications of the manufacturing processes.

C105 .8

CO[8]: An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a field program to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.


Engineering Graphics-I: C106 Year of Study 2017-18

C106 .1

CO[1]: To impart and inculcate proper understanding of the theory of projection. To improve the visualization skills.

C106 .2

CO[2] To enable the students with various concepts like dimensioning, conventions and standards related to working drawings in order to become professionally efficient. To impart the knowledge on understanding and drawing of simple residential/office buildings.

C106 .3

CO[3] Increase ability to communicate with people. Learn to sketch and take field dimensions.

C106 .4

CO[4] Learn to take data and transform it into graphic drawings. Learn basic engineering drawing formats and Prepare the student for future Engineering positions.

C106 .5

CO[5] Learn to draw the Isometric Views / Projections of the give figure.


Second Semester


Applied Mathematics-II: C107 Year of Study 2017-18

C107 .1

CO[1] Compute a given integral using the most efficient method;

C107 .2

CO[2] Use integrals to formulate and solve application problems in science and engineering;

C107 .3

CO[3] Construct and plot parametric and polar curves;

C107 .4

CO[4] Identify different types of series and determine whether a particular series converges;

C107 .5

CO[5] Find the interval of convergence of a power series;

C107 .6

CO[6] Apply Taylor series to approximate functions and estimate the error of approximation.


Advanced Physics: C108 Year of Study 2017-18

C108 .1

CO[1]: Interpret the concept of Quantum transition. Explain the principle & working of LASER.

C108 .2

CO[2]: Explain & demonstrate the interference of light.

C108 .3

CO[3]: Analyze, compare the motion of charge particle in uniform electric & magnetic field.

C108 .4

CO[4]: Explain & apply concept of velocity filter in Bainbridge mass spectrograph.

C108 .5

CO[5]: Explain & illustrate the concept of CRO.

C108 .6

CO[6]: Apply Total Internal Reflection in communication.

C108 .7

CO[7]: Use optical fiber as sensor and detector.

C108. 8

CO[8]: Explain nano-particles & apply it in different applications.


Material Chemistry: C109 Year of Study 2017-18

C109 .1

CO[1]: Apply core concepts in material science to solve engineering problems.

C109 .2

CO[2]: Understand processing of fossil fuels (coal, petroleum and natural gas) and necessity of harnessing alternate energy resources such as solar, wind,hydro etc.

C109 .3

CO[3]: Understand mechanism of various types of lubricant.

C109 .4

CO[4]: Select materials for design new techniques.


Advanced Electrical Engineering: C110 Year of Study 2017-18

C110 .1

CO[1]: Ability to compute power dissipation, power factor, and maximum power transfer.

C110 .2

CO[2]: Ability to analyze different types of D.C Motor and its characterstics.

C110 .3

CO[3]: Ability to compute tariff of resediential and commericial building.

C110 .4

CO[4]: Ability to analyze A.C Motors consisting Single phase and Three Phase I. M.


Engineering Mechanics: C111 Year of Study 2017-18

C111 .1

CO[1] (a) The student will be able to trigonometric laws and apply to the addition and decomposition of vectors quantities.

(b) The student will be able to determine the resultant of a system of forces.

C111 .2

CO[2] (a) The student will be able to draw complete and correct free-body diagrams and write the appropriate equilibrium equations from the free-body diagram.

(b) The student will be able to determine the connection forces in trusses and in general frame structures.

(c) The student will be able to analyze systems that include frictional forces.

C111 .3

CO[3] (a) The student will be able to locate the “centre of gravity”, and “moment of inertia” and compute their location for bodies of arbitrary shape.

(b) The student will be able to calculate Principle of Virtual work applied to equilibrium of Mechanisms.

C111 .4

CO[4] (a) The student will be able to attain an introduction to work Energy equation.

(b) The student will be able to define and describe the impulse moment as well as principle of conservation of moment.


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