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First Year Engineering in Pune

The Department of First Year Engineering has a total intake of 360 students, and was founded in 2008. Initially, the First Year course started with four branches- Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Engineering & Information Technology. Later, the Automobile Engineering and Civil Engineering courses were added. The department has well equipped laboratories, computer centers with internet connectivity, furnished classrooms and dedicated, experienced faculty members

Students would be eligible only if they have obtained more than 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics group in class XII and 45% for caste reservations.

  • First Year Engineering Student Association is a student-run organization which provides the platform for different technical as well as curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
  • Techie News Board is a technical event for students and by the students. It is a monthly event where technical articles are collected from students and are sorted out intensively to select the best every month.

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1. Prof. Sandip Kale , Head of Department

Qualification: M.E. (Design Engg.)

Area of interest: Mechanical Vibrations

Experience: 8 years in teaching, 6 month in industry.

Email id: [email protected]

 

2. Prof. Rohit Argade , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (Design Engg.)

Area of interest: Welding,Strength of Material

Experience: 6.5 years in teaching, 8 month in industry.

Email id: [email protected]

 

3. Prof. Vishwesh Honrao , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (Design Engg.)

Area of interest: Machine Design

Experience: 8.5 years in teaching, 1 year in industry.

Email id: [email protected]

 

4. Prof. Supriya Shelke, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Sc. (Physics), B.Ed.

Experience: 11 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Nuclear Physics, Optics

Email : supriyashelke09@gmail.com

 

5.  Prof. Santosh Wadgane, Assistant Professor

Qualification:  M.Sc, B.Ed ,  Ph.D (App.)

Experience: 11.5 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Nanotechnology

Email : [email protected]

 

6. Prof. Anil G. Darekar,  Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Sc (Organic Chemistry), NET/SET , JRF, PhD (App)

Experience: 7.9 years in teaching

Area of Interest:  Organic Synthesis

Email : [email protected]

 

7. Prof. Nilima S. Jagtap, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)

Experience: 7 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Stereo chemistry, Reaction Mechanism

Email id: [email protected]

 

8. Prof. Manisha Tayade, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (Cad Cam & Robotics)

Experience: 6 years in teaching

Area of Interest: FEA, CAD-CAM

Email : [email protected]

 

9. Prof. Thombre Ashok Allauddhin, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Sc (Mathematics), SET, NET-JRF

Area of Interest: Abstract Algebra,Real Analysis,Topology.

Experience: 2 years in teaching

Email : [email protected]

 

10. Prof. Anju Meena , Assiatant Professor

Qualification:M.SC. , NET                        

Experience: 6 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Applied Mathematics, Statistics

Email : [email protected]

 

11. Prof. Prajwali  Kodre, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (Computer Science & Information technology)

Experience: 3.3 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Computer Network, Operating System, C,C++, JAVA

Email : [email protected]

 

12. Prof. Sameer Chambulwar, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (Structure)

Experience: 2.5 year in teaching, 1 year in industry.

Area of Interest: Structural Engg.

Email : [email protected]

 

13. Prof. Nita H. Gujar, Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (VLSI and Embedded System)

Experience: 3.1 years in teaching, 6 month in industry.

Area of Interest: Digital Electronics, Microprocessor, Control System.

Email : [email protected]

 

14.  Prof. Basavaraj G. K. , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Tech (Power System)

Experience: 6.9 years in teaching, 6 month in industry.

Area of Interest: Electrical Basics, Power System

Email : [email protected]

 

15 . Prof. Kharat Nitin R. , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Tech (Mathematics)

Experience: 5.6 years in teaching, 1 year in industry.

Area of Interest: Mathematics

Email : [email protected]

 

16. Prof. Magar  Dnyaneshwar , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.SC (Mathematics)

Experience: 5 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Mathematics

Email : [email protected]

 

17. Prof. Varsharani Jogdand , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. (VLSI)

Experience: 7 years in teaching

Area of Interest: VLSI design

Email : [email protected]

 

18.  Prof. Kavita Pagire , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.E. ( VLSI & Embedded System )

Experience: 8 years in teaching

Area of Interest: VLSI Design

Email : [email protected]

 

19. Prof. Nutan Ashokrao Borkar , Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Tech computer science and engineering 

Experience: 2 year in teaching

Area of Interest: Database, Data Mining.

Email : [email protected]

 

20.Prof. Sachin R. Gaikwad , Assistant Professor

Qualification : M.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication) 

Experience :- 6.4 years in teaching

Area of Interest: Sensor Technology, Mechatronics 

Email: [email protected]

 

TECHNICAL STAFF:

The technical staff supports and enhances the learning experience for students. They are dedicated to ensuring the best education possible.

 

Sr. No Name of Staff Qualification Designation
1 Mr. Sudam Gawali B.Sc. (Chemistry) Chemistry Lab Assistant
2 Mr. Shankar Thorat B.Sc.(Physics) Physics Lab Assistant
3 Mr. Anil Nachae B.A. (MCVC Electronics) BE Lab Assistant

 

 

Program Outcomes (PO):

PO1: Engineering and technological knowledge: Application of science, mathematics and engineering specialization to solve complex problems.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, define, formulate and analyze complex problems to accomplish conclusions by means of mathematics, natural science and engineering knowledge.

PO3: Design and development: Solutions to complex problems in design and development of components and assemblies.

PO4: Investigations on complex problems: Innovative techniques and research methods to analyze and interpret data.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Suitable techniques and tools for prediction and modeling of complex activities with limiting factors.

PO6: Engineer and society: Reasoning concerned with safety, health, legal and cultural issues and responsibilities.

PO7: Environment and sustainability: Apply engineering solutions for sustainable development and consequent impact on environment and society.

 PO8: Ethics: Professional and social ethics. Commit to norms and responsibilities.

 PO9: Individual and team work: Effective functioning as an individual, a member or a leader in heterogeneous teams in multidisciplinary groups.

 PO10: Communication: Effective communications with engineering community and society comprehension, reports, effective presentations, receive and dispatch instructions.

PO11: Project management and finance: Apply engineering knowledge and management techniques to administer projects in multidisciplinary environment.

PO12: Lifelong learning: Recognize essence of engineering and technology to cater needs of society and ability to engage in lifelong learning.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO):

PSO1: Ability to analyze, formulate, synthesize data and technical concepts to solve real life problems.

PSO2: Ability to apply knowledge and skills for diverse domains with creativity, commitment and social consciousness.

PSO3: To inculcate professional and ethical codes in professional practices and commitment to social responsibilities.

PSO4: To instill positive attitude, excel in communication skills and ability to work as an individual or in a team.

 PSO5: To prepare students to use modern tools effectively to solve real life problems.

PSO6: To explore multidisciplinary fields and professional capabilities to approach local and global needs.

PSO7: To build critical awareness in personal attitudes, behaviors and professional aspirations.