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Department of Computer Science

About Department


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is committed to providing quality education to the students through innovative methods of teaching and practical orientation. We are working hard to develop our students as leaders, innovators and technologists at international level. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty and we are continuously working on improving the quality of teaching and learning to impart high standard education to the students in comprehensible ways.

The department has excellent infrastructure which provides an encouraging environment for achieving academic excellence.

The department provides industry driven trainings and international certifications through its strong industrial collaborations. We regularly conduct workshops, trainings and technical talks for faculties and students to keep them acquainted with latest technological developments. We focus on improving the soft skills, aptitude and overall personality development of the students to make them globally competitive. The department provides healthy environment for interaction amongst its stakeholders.

Message from Head of Department

Prof. Bhakti Ahirwadkar

Head of Computer Science Engineering Department

Welcome to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering!


The Department of Computer Science and Engineering is committed to providing quality education to the students through innovative methods of teaching and practical orientation. We are working hard to develop our students as leaders, innovators and technologists at international level. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty and we are continuously working on improving the quality of teaching and learning to impart high standard education to the students in comprehensible ways.

The department has excellent infrastructure which provides an encouraging environment for achieving academic excellence.

The department provides industry driven trainings and international certifications through its strong industrial collaborations. We regularly conduct workshops, trainings and technical talks for faculties and students to keep them acquainted with latest technological developments. We focus on improving the soft skills, aptitude and overall personality development of the students to make them globally competitive. The department provides healthy environment for interaction amongst its stakeholders.


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Vision

To groom the students of Computer Science & Engineering for achieving global recognition as leaders, innovators and renowned technologists to meet the growing needs of industry and society.

Mission

To inculcate professionalism, human values and ethics in the students of Computer Science & Engineering through quality education supplemented with practical orientation.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

1. To make the graduates competent to apply mathematical logic and basic principles of Computer Science and Engineering for design and development of realistic applications.
2. To inspire the graduates for higher studies and lifelong learning to quickly reflect the changes in Computer Science and Engineering field.
3. To motivate the graduates to be key contributor in computing domain, private or government sector and society.
4. To inculcate intrapersonal, interpersonal and bodily kinesthetic skills with professional ethics among graduates to sustain in society and profession.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

1. Apply knowledge and basic principles of mathematics, science and computer engineering to identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems.
2. Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering tools in computer engineering to design, develop and analyze realistic applications.
3. Identify the need of sustainable software development in societal and environmental context relevant to the professional engineering practices and commit to professional ethics.
4. Adapt to changes in computer technologies for success in project management through effective communication and teamwork.

Program Outcomes (POs)

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Intake


Under Graduate (UG)
Computer Science & Engineering (Intake-120)
Information Technology
Post Graduate (PG)
M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering (Intake-24 )
M.Tech Software Engineering (Intake-18 )

Objective of the Course


Help students ingrain and apply basic knowledge of computing, mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science and engineering theory in the modelling and design of computer-based systems to real-world problems.
Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
Exercise good programming practices employing low or high level languages on appropriate platforms.

Department Awards and Recognitions

Year Awards/Recognitions
2016-17 Partners in Success 2017 – Infosys Campus Connect
2015-16 Best Student Branch – Computer Society of India
2014-15 Partners in Success 2015 – Infosys Campus Connect
2013-14 Best Student Branch – Computer Society of India
2012-13 Best Student Branch – Computer Society of India

Faculty Awards and Recognitions

Year Name Awards/Recognitions
2016-17 Prof. D. D. Dharmadhikari Longest Student Branch Counsellor Award from Computer Society of India.
2015-16 Dr. R. B. Naik Partnership
Prof. V. B. Patil
Level Achiever (Bronze) from Infosys, Pune
Partnership Level Achiever (Bronze) from Infosys, Pune
2014-15 Prof. D. D. Dharmadhikari
Prof. P. N. Suryawanshi
Longest Student Branch Counsellor Award from Computer Society of India
Partnership Level Achiever (Silver) from Infosys, Pune for Industry Elective Subject (Mainframe)

Computer Science Faculty Details


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BHAKTI AHIRWADKAR
HOD
BHUPESH MISHRA
Professor
ARVIND NAGRIK
Associate Professor
BHAGWAT KSHIRSAGAR
Associate Professor
DR. SMITA KASAR
Associate Professor
AMOL CHITTE
Assistant Professor
BHARAT CHAUDHARI
Assistant Professor
DIPA DHARMADHIKARI
Assistant Professor
DR. MADHURI JOSHI
Assistant Professor
HITESH DAULANI
Assistant Professor
JAYANAND KAMBLE
Assistant Professor
KIRAN GAIKWAD
Assistant Professor
KSHAMA KULKARNI
Assistant Professor
LALITA RANDIVE
Assistant Professor
MANDAKINI GANESHWADE
Assistant Professor
PARMEET GILL
Assistant Professor
PRAMOD SURYAWANSHI
Assistant Professor
PRIYANKA KAPADIA
Assistant Professor
PRIYANKA SONWANE
Assistant Professor
RAVINDRA PATIL
Assistant Professor
RUPALI MANGARULE
Assistant Professor
SANKET MILKE
Assistant Professor
SEEMA SILEDAR
Assistant Professor
SHALINI JAIN
Assistant Professor
SHEETAL LOHARE
Assistant Professor
SHILPA SANAP
Assistant Professor
SHITAL LAHOTI
Assistant Professor
SHIVRAJ MARATHE
Assistant Professor
SHWETA URKUDE
Assistant Professor
SUPRIYA KINARIWALA
Assistant Professor
SUSHMA GHODE
Assistant Professor
Employee ID
100094
Full Name
BHAKTI AHIRWADKAR
Designation
HOD
Date of Joining
15/12/2003

Education Details

DegreeStreamOrganizationUniversityYear Of PassingGradeLocationState / Country
B.E.B.E (COMPUTER SCIENCE ) DR.B.A.M.UMay-2000FIRST CLASSAURANGABADMAHARASHTRA - India
M.E.M.E ( COMPUTER SCIENCE ) DR.B.A.M.UDecember-2006FIRST CLASSAURANGABADMAHARASHTRA - INDIA

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IT Faculty Details


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KIRAN CHAUDHARI
Assistant Professor
PRASAD MAHAJAN
Assistant Professor
RANJANA KALE
Assistant Professor
RUPALI AWATI
Assistant Professor
SWATI JAIPURKAR
Assistant Professor
VARUN DESHMUKH
Assistant Professor
Employee ID
100351
Full Name
KIRAN CHAUDHARI
Designation
Assistant Professor
Date of Joining
27/08/2011

Education Details

DegreeStreamOrganizationUniversityYear Of PassingGradeLocationState / Country
B.E.B.E ( CSE )P.E.S COLL ENGINEEDR.B.A.M.U AURANGABADJune-2004FIRST CLASSAURANGABADMAHARASHTRA - India
M.E.M.E ( CSE )GOVT.COLL AURANGABADDR.B.A.M.U AURANGABADSeptember-2009FIRST CLASSAURANGABADMAHARASHTRA - INDIA

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Events



Expert Lectures

1. Key Note Address on Big Data and Analytics
2. Expert talk on Introduction of TRIRIGA Technology and industry expectations from graduates
3. Expert Talk on Open Source Technology and its Applications

Workshop

1. Three Days Workshop on Python by Mr. Tejas Rawal, Mitu Skillologies, Pune
2. Workshop on IoT Mr. Tushar Kute, Mitu skillologies, Pune


Expert Lectures : 1. Key Note Address on Big Data and Analytics

Resource Person : Mr. Baxish Mission, Associate Director, Big Data BFS, Cognizant Technologies, Pune
Date : 9/9/2017

Department of Computer Science and Engineering has conducted Key note session on “Big Data and Analytics” on 9th September 2017. Speaker of the key note session was Mr. Baxish Mission, Associate Director, Big Data BFS, Cognizant Technology Solutions , Pune. 198 students of UG, PG and faculties of CSE Department attended key note session.
Mr. Baxish Mission gave an overview of Big Data and three Vs, structured and unstructured data, Hadoop and its ecosystem, HDFS, Analytics and it's applications. He focused on future scenario of Big data, its demand and job opportunities in this era. He provided valuable inputs to final year students for their project development. This session benefited the students for enhancing their knowledge.

Mr. Baxish Mission, Associate Director, Big Data BFS, Cognizant Technologies, Pune

Audience for Expert Talk on Big Data and Analytics

Expert Lectures : 2. Expert talk on Introduction of TRIRIGA Technology and industry expectations from graduates

Resource Person : Mr. Ravindra Waybase, Managing Director ValuD, Aurangabad
Date : 06/09/2017

The expert talk was attended by 70 students of Computer Science & Engineering department along with the faculty members. Resource person for the expert talk was Mr. Ravindra Waybase, Managing Director ValuD, Aurangabad.
The Talk started with what the campus requirements are from the fresher. He discussed all about the hard work that the fresher should have, honesty that the companies expect from the fresher, time management, space management, IT industries and the upcoming technologies.
The main objective of this talk is to give brief introduction about TRIRIGA Technology. TRIRIGA provides a single system to manage the lifecycle of facilities. Its integrated workplace management system increases the operational, financial and environmental performance of facilities. Department of Computer Science and Engineering successfully organized this Expert Talk with the help of Faculty coordinator and student coordinators.

Mr. Ravindra Waybase, Managing Director ValuD, Aurangabad

Expert Lectures : 3. Expert Talk on Open Source Technology and its Applications

Resource Person : Ms. Rani Patil, Red Hat Mumbai
Date : 22/8/2017

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering conducted an expert talk on “Open Source Technology and its Applications”. The resource person for the talk was Ms. Rani Patil, Red Hat, Mumbai. She focused on what is open source, Red Hat Trainings and Certifications, its global recognition and related aspects. She also explained Docker Technology, Open Stack and applications of open source technology.


Felicitation of Ms. Rani Patil

Expert Talk by Ms. Rani Patil

Ms. Rani Patil, Red Hat Mumbai


Workshop : 1. Three Days Workshop on Python by Mr. Tejas Rawal, Mitu Skillologies, Pune

Resource Person : Mr. Tejas Rawal, Mitu Skillogies, Pune
Date : 26/08/2017 to 28/08/2017

The event was attended by 25 students of Computer Science & Engineering.
Python is a programming language that lets you work more quickly and integrate your systems more effectively.
Python is a versatile and widely-used programming language with many applications. Python is a great language for the beginner-level programmers and supports the development of a wide range of applications from simple text processing to WWW browsers to games.
Python syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in languages such as C++ or Java.
Python can run on a wide variety of hardware platforms and has the same interface on all platforms. It provides interfaces to all major commercial databases.
Python has features as object-oriented, imperative and functional programming or procedural styles. It can be used as a scripting language or can be compiled to byte-code for building large applications and provides very high-level dynamic data types and supports dynamic type checking. Python supports automatic garbage collection too.
This workshop was aimed at giving a brief introduction to Python. Participants successfully completed hands-on session for whichever concepts taught to them during entire session. Department of computer Science and Engineering had successfully organized this workshop with the help of Faculty coordinator and student coordinators.

Mr. Tejas Rawal, Mitu Skillogies, Pune

Workshop : 2. Three days workshop on IoT

Resource Person : Mr. Tushar Kute, Mitu skillologies, Pune
Date : 29/7/2017 to 3/8/2017

The event was attended by 25 students of Computer Science & Engineering. Marathwada Institute of Technology, Aurangabad has organized Workshop on IoT .
Workshop was conducted from 29/7/2017 to 3/8/2017. Mr. Tushar Kute has given detailed training on Internet of things (IoT) Architecture, Raspbian Fundamentals, Database programming, Networking, Cloud Connections.
Workshop was attended by 89 students of Computer Science & Engineering/IT/Electrical department. The workshop also included Hands on Session for the participants. Department of Computer Science and Engineering had shown active interest in organizing this event with the help of Faculty coordinator Dipa Dharmadhikari ,Rupali Auti, Pramod Surwanshi and student coordinators.

Mr. Tushar Kute, Mitu Skillologies, Pune

Hands on session during IoT workshop

Expert Lectures

1. Expert talk on Red Hat Certifications and Career Opportunities in Open-Source
2. Expert talk on Job opportunities in Open-Source

Faculty Development Program

1. Big Data and Analytics with R Pune
2. Core Java & Advance Java


Workshop

1. Two Days Workshop on Python
2. Two days workshop on Wordpress Bhupesh Thakre Mitu killologies, Pune
3. One Day Workshop on Redhat Gluster Storage Server
4. One Day workshop on Open Stack
5. One Day workshop on Open Stack
6. One Day workshop on Redhat Storage Server

Expert Lectures : 1. Expert talk on Red Hat Certifications and Career Opportunities in Open-Source

Resource Person : Mr. Vatsal Thakur, Examiner, Red Hat India, Mumbai
Date : 5/8/2016

An expert talk was held on 5/8/2016 on “Red Hat Certifications and Career Opportunities in Open Source”. The talk was scheduled for B.E. (CSE / IT) students. Resource person for the talk was Mr. Vatsal Thakur, Examiner, Red Hat India, Mumbai. He guided the students regarding various certifications of Red Hat and explained the importance of certifications. Mr. Thakur discussed various career opportunities in open source with students. He encouraged students to enhance their knowledge through certifications and get internationally recognized. Towards the end of the session he cleared the doubts of students.

Expert Lectures : 2. Expert talk on Job opportunities in Open-Source

Resource Person : Mr. Pranav Manvatkar, Hortonworks, Bangluru
Date : 13/8/2016

Expert Talk was held on 13th August 2016 on the job opportunities in Open-Source. Today the open source technology is in a big motion. There are various opportunities for jobs and career in the open-source. The motive of this Expert talk was to make the students aware of the career and job opportunities in the open-source area. We had Mr.Pranav Manvatkar as an expertise. He works for the Hortonworks, a Big-data hadoop company in Bangluru.
Mr.Pranav Manvatkar interacted with the student regarding the Job opportunities in open source using Big-data hadoop (technical support), Redhat and other open-source platform. Today there are many job and career opportunities in the open source technologies which were not known to the students. He cleared all the doubts that the students had, regarding making their career using open-source technologies. To make a good career in any field one must be flexible enough to work in any environment. He made students understand, how helpful Big-data Hadoop technology proves in making their career much more flexible in Redhat or open source technologies.
Simply reading books makes a person learned, one is said to be truly educated if he/she knows when, how and where to apply the gathered knowledge. He encouraged the students to think beyond the boundaries and to boost their knowledge during their engineering course. He mainly focussed on the various application areas in which open-source can be used.

FDP : 1. Short Term Training Program for Faculty - Big Data and Analytics with R

Resource Person : Mr. Bhushan Pawar, Mr. Tushar Kute, mitu skillologies, Pune
Date : 4/6/2016 to 9/06/2016

Marathwada Institute of Technology ,Aurangabad has organized Short Term Training Program on “Big Data and Analytics with R” . Short Term Training Program was conducted from 4/6/2016 to 9/06/2016. Mr. Tushar Kute has given detailed training on Hive Database, Cassandra Database, Apache pig, Apache Mahout, R Data Interfaces, R Charts and Graphs, Time Series Analysis, Statistics Modeling using R. Mr. Bhushan Pawar has given training on Basics of R Language, R Programming Construct,, R Packages. 35 faculties from different colleges of Marathawada region have participated in the Short Term Training Program.
CSE department of our college had shown active interest in organizing this training program event with the help of Ms. B. S. Ahirwadkar, Convenor & Mrs. S. A. Kinariwala Co-convenor.

FDP : 2. Core Java & Advance Java

Resource Person : Mr. Tushar Kute, mitu killologies, Pune
Date : 2/01/17 To 7/1/17

The event was attended by 23 faculty members of Computer Science & Engineering department.
Java is a versatile and widely-used programming language with its own runtime environment. The target of Java is to write a program once and then run this program on multiple operating systems. Another key benefit of Java is its security features. Both the language and the platform were designed from the ground up with security in mind.
This FDP was aimed at giving a brief introduction to java as well as advanced concepts like Servlet, JSP along with the latest technologies like Strut, Hibernate, and Spring framework.
The FDP also included practical implementation by the participants on the skills that were taught during the sessions.

Workshop : 1. Two Days Workshop on Python

Date : 19/08/2016 to 22/08/2016

The event was attended by 50 students of Computer Science & Engineering, along with the faculty members. Python is a versatile and widely-used programming language with many applications.
Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability and its syntax allows programmers to express concepts in fewer lines of code than would be possible in languages such as C++ or Java.
The language provides constructs intended to enable clear programs on both a small and large scale. Python supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative and functional programming or procedural styles.
It features a dynamic type system and automatic memory management and has a large and comprehensive standard library. Python was useful to store the data into a database and also to retrieve it. Various operation were performed on the databases.
The operations included creating of database, creating tables in the database, inserting and retrieving values from the database, updating the values,etc.
The workshop also included practical implementation by the participants of the skills that were taught during the sessions. Department of computer Science and Engineering had shown active interest in organizing this event with the help of Faculty coordinator and student coordinators.

Workshop : 2. Two days workshop on Wordpress

Resource Person : Mr. Bhupesh Thakre mitu killologies, Pune
Date : 17/3/2017 To 18/3/2017

The event was attended by 93 students of Computer Science & Engineering, Wordpress is an open source Content Management System, which allows the users to build dynamic website & blogs. WordPress is most popular blogging system on the web and allows updating, customizing & managing the website from its backend CMS and components. It is free & open source Content Management System based on PHP & MySQL.
The workshop also included Hands on Session for the participants. Department of computer Science and Engineering had shown active interest in organizing this event with the help of Faculty coordinator Mrs Dipa Dharmadhikari and student coordinators.

Workshop : 3. One Day Workshop on Redhat Gluster Storage Server

Date : 1/4/2017 to 1/4/2017

The event was attended by 10 students of Computer Science & Engineering.
Red Hat Gluster Storage is a computer storage product from Red Hat. It is based on open source technologies such as GlusterFS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Red Hat Gluster Storage, a scale-out NAS product, uses as its basis GlusterFS, a distributed file-system. Red Hat Gluster Storage also exemplifies software-defined storage (SDS).
Red Hat Gluster Storage provides an open, software-defined storage solution across physical, virtual, and cloud resources.
Founded on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and GlusterFS, Red Hat Gluster Storage combines file storage with a scaled-out architecture that lets you efficiently store and manage unstructured data, providing cost-effective and highly available storage without compromising on scale or performance.
The workshop also included practical implementation by the participants of the skills that were taught during the sessions.

Workshop : 4. One Day workshop on Open Stack

Date : 3/4/17

The event was attended by 10 students of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology.
OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface.OpenStack is a free and open-source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).
The software platform consists of interrelated components that control diverse, multi-vendor hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center. Users either manage it through a web-based dashboard, through command-line tools, or through a RESTful API. OpenStack.org released it under the terms of the Apache License.
The workshop also included practical implementation by the participants of the skills that were taught during the sessions.

Workshop : 5. One Day workshop on Open Stack

Date : 4/4/17 to 4/4/2017

The event was attended by 10 students of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology.
OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface.OpenStack is a free and open-source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).
The software platform consists of interrelated components that control diverse, multi-vendor hardware pools of processing, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center. Users either manage it through a web-based dashboard, through command-line tools, or through a RESTful API. OpenStack.org released it under the terms of the Apache License

Workshop : 6. One Day workshop on Redhat Storage Server

Date : 17/4/2017

The event was attended by 10 students of Computer Science & Engineering.
Red Hat Gluster Storage is a computer storage product from Red Hat. It is based on open source technologies such as GlusterFS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Red Hat Gluster Storage, a scale-out NAS product, uses as its basis GlusterFS, a distributed file-system. Red Hat Gluster Storage also exemplifies software-defined storage (SDS).
Red Hat Gluster Storage provides an open, software-defined storage solution across physical, virtual, and cloud resources.
Founded on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and GlusterFS, Red Hat Gluster Storage combines file storage with a scaled-out architecture that lets you efficiently store and manage unstructured data, providing cost-effective and highly available storage without compromising on scale or performance.
The workshop also included practical implementation by the participants of the skills that were taught during the sessions.

Cybernetics 2016

Date : 7/10/16 to 8/10/16

Cybernetics 2016 was a state level event organized by the Computer Society of India, MIT Student branch, Aurangabad with the theme of ‘Digital India’.
The theme aimed to extend digital connectivity to every student and also to digitally empower them in every walk of life. The students of MIT, Computer Science and Engineering department, from the final year, third year, as well as second year all contributed to the success of the convention by organizing various technical events.
The students from various colleges in Aurangabad Region and other states, participated in different activities like Web Designing, Campus Exotica, Tech-nightstick, Project Carnival.

1. C-Chakravyuh

The Basic Objective of event was to test the Knowledge of Participants regarding C language.
The Participants were tested on their fundamental knowledge of C language, their programming skills.
The participants were allowed to participate individually or in a pair.
Winner-Rushikesh Kakde and Gaurav Kad(MIT)
Runner Up-Abhishek Deshpande and Mugdha Kate(DIEMS)

2. Campus Exotica

The main objective was to give the students a brief idea of campus recruitment procedure.
The students were made aware of the common flaws that they make during GD’s and PI, by the Judges. The three rounds also inculcated the theme of Digital India.
There were three rounds in this event -
i) Aptitude test.
ii)Group Discussion round.
iii)Personal Interview.
Number of Participants- 60
Winner-Nayana Aher(GECA).
Runner Up-Ghanshyam Pimpalshende(GECA).

3. Logo Quiz

The participants had to solve quiz based on logos of various companies and brands. The objective was to check the general knowledge and observation of students. Logos reflecting the theme of Digital India were also asked
Winner-Amay Bapat,(GECA)
Runner up-Sahil Ramteke, Bhushan Puranik(MIT).

4. GET SET GOOGLE

The participants were asked to search specific information in the given time. The main intention was to check and enhance the searching speed of students on Google. There were two rounds for this event. In the second round the questions were displayed on screen for a limited time and then were disappeared. This also tested their memorizing skills.
Winner- Ashutosh Bagadiya(MIT)
Runner up-Tushar Manal(MIT)

5. WEB SLY

The participants had to design a website based on the themes digital India, shopping website, news website. The main objective was to test web designing skills of participants in a limited time.
Winner-Vishakha Sonawne(MIT)

6. POSTER PITCH

The participants had to prepare posters based on theme-‘Digital India’.
They also had to represent and explain their posters to the judges.
Winner-Abhijeet Mahajan(MIT)
Runner up-Rutuja Yadav(ICEEM)

7. TECH NIGHTSTICK

The event was set up in a fascinating environment. The participants were given tokens and they could play any games based on C, C++, general knowledge which had a theme-Digital India.
Winner-Vaibhav Bhosle(MIT)
Runner up-Sukhdeep Singh(MIT)

8. MARKETING EVENT

The students had to present their marketing skills by making advertisement for any product in the first round and selling any product in the second round.
Winner-Chinmay Shastri, Ashish Dhenge, Shumbham Salunke, Somesh Deshmukh, Shyam Mhaske(MIT)

9. KEYNOTE ADDRESS

The speaker for this event was Mr. Suresh Shakkarwar ,Vice President, Findability Sciences, Aurangabad. The key points covered during the lecture were :
1. Digital Transformation
2. Organizations adapting to changes in their system, by levering digital technologies to create enhanced , customer centric business models
3. Creating new customer experiences.
4. Improving operation efficiencies.
5. Generating new revenue streams.
6. Rapidly responding to changing conditions.

10. WEB SLY

The participants had to present their projects to the judges. The students from all branches were allowed to present their project. This event showcased the talent of students to bring up their innovative ideas in the form of project.
Winner-Ghanshyam
Pimpalshende(GECA).

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Laboratories

Sr. No. Name of the Laboratory
1 Computer Hardware & Microprocessor Laboratory (418)
2 Computer Programming Lab (419)
3 Computer Software Laboratory (420)
4 Computer Network Lab (421 )
5 Project Lab (422)
6 Computer Design Lab (424)
7 Computer Graphics Lab (401)
8 Database and Information Technology (402)
9 Online Computer Centre – I
10 Online Computer Centre - II
11 Research Lab - I (206B)
12 Research Lab - II (206B)
13 Advanced Computing Lab (Library Building)
14 Linux Lab (Library Building)

Training and Placement

2016 - 2017

Deskera, Pune
Arpita Narwade
Shivani Tekale
Kiran Uchale
Sarika Kharge
Aporva Mandurnekar
Ekta Shrivastava
Akash Jadhav
Pallavi Ramteke
Peol Technologies, Mumbai
Chaitali Suradkar
Ekta Shrivastava

Policies365, Pune
Supriya Patil

Expert Global, Aurangabad
Sarika Rajhanse
Amazon
Shivani Patil
Yashika Nihalani
Karishma Kate
Snehal Kathare
Aditya Deshpande
Rujuta Mahajan

2015 - 2016

Persistent Systems Ltd, Pune
Akshay Nandgaonkar
Prajakta Hire

Webtech Developers Pvt. Ltd.
Sandesh Kamble

Tudip Techstar , Pune
Akanksha Rathee
Tata Consultancy Services, Pune
Mohit Joshi
Shivaji Ingle

Hybrid-BI technologies, Bhopal
Monika Shetkar

AMDOCS, Pune
Neha Bondade
Syntel , Pune
Sayali Kambale
Aayshmohan Kaul
Akash Eknath Karhale

Winjit Tecnologies
Mrunmayee Binewale

Alumni



Sr. No. Name of the Alumni Batch Current Position/Achievements Photograph
1 Mr. Muktak Joshi 2005 Managing Director –Ticket Utils India Private Limited,India
2 Mr. Apurva S. Karandikar 2008 Software Engineer-Cognizant Technology Solutions India Pvt. Ltd.
3 Mr. Pranav Manvatkar 2014 Technical Support Engineer- Hortonworks Bangalore
4 Mr. Shriprasad Joshi 2013 Manager HR- Godrej InfoTech Pvt. Ltd.
5 Mr. Rohit Golecha 2010 Owner- WADDTech Solutions,Pune
6 Mr. Aniket Shinde 2007-08 Software Engineer -Avaya India Pvt. Ltd, Pune
7 Mr. Anand Kolhare 2010 Software Engineer- TCS, Pune
8 Mr. Lakhan Bharuka 2014 Software Engineer- Infosys India Pvt. Ltd. Pune
9 Mr. Vishvambhar S. Kalegaonkar 2013-14 DBA- IBM India Pvt. Ltd. Pune
10 Mr. Akshay Lakhotiya 2012-13 DBA-Oracle
11 Mr. Anand Pande 2014-15 Software Engineer Syntel Inc.
12 Ms. Disha Walvekar 2013-14 Software Engineer RedHat, Pune
13 Mr. Harshad Supe 2014-15 Wipro- Software Engineer
14 Ms. Shweta Singh Thakur 2013-14 ValueD-Aurangabad, Software Engineer
15 Mr. Parth Pathak 2015-16 Redhat- Associate Technical Support Engineer
16 Mr. Prashant Thombre 2014-15 Persistent- Software Engineer
17 Mr. Ruchir Mahajan 2013-14 Atos Origin- Siftware Engineer
18 Ms. Sachi Yadav 2012-13 Accenture - Software Trainee
19 Ms. Sayli Kamble 2015-16 Syntel Inc-Pune- Software Engineer
20 Ms. Rajpreet Oberoi 2014 Software Engineer-Cognizant Technologies - Pune
21 Mr. Chetan Chopade 2013 Software Engineer- Cybage Software Pvt. Ltd. Pune
22 Ms. Neha Bondade 2015-16 Amdocs- Software Trainee

Mr. Parth Pathak (2016 Batch)
Associate Technical Support Engineer, Red Hat India


1. Senior Teaching Staff:

They have been good to the point where one student starts to think in a way where he/she can learn things and make sure that he knows the concept.

Prof. Jayanand Kamble sir: I am really very thankful. His way of teaching and discipline made me know the importance of O.S as a subject and a product.

Kinariwala Ma'am:With all due respect! She was the one because of which I understand a little bit of programming. I used to rarely miss her lectures as she made it such an interesting part that I felt that I could do those programs on my own.

Shiledar Ma'am: Ma'am made me think like a compiler! Both the years Third and the final we had good fortunes that we had lectures from Shiledar ma'am. For both "Theory of Computation" and "Principles of compiler design". We got lucky in that way!

Bhakti Ma'am: I have not seen a lady who is more dynamic and talented as you are ma'am. Although I did not like java that much; but, in general, I have learned a lot about professionalism from you. The way you spoke English, you had an aura. That taught me a lot of things.

Suryawanshi Sir:He taught me that how one can be friendly with the students and get the study done! He made sure that software engineering and Agile Methodologies were not boring enough and we learned those with their application!

2. Infrastructure: I think that we were fortunate enough that we go such good A/C labs with good machines to work on.

3. Technical/Non-technical events: Since the third year I have been a part of various technical/non-technical events conducted by the department and organized by the students. Thank you for providing us with that opportunity.

4. College: Had it not been MIT I would have never been where I am today.

Thank you for all the opportunities of making the events possible. Encouraging us always so that we could be better and be ready to face the actual world!
Best Regards


Written By: Mr. Apurva Karandikar (2008 Batch), Sr. SQA in Sailpoint Technologies, Pune

During my tenure from 2004-08 i was closely associated with many professors who played an important role in getting me where I am currently. Their guidance and motivation has helped in achieving goals. Computer science is one of the difficult branch of engineering from its invention due to drastic change in technology every year, in MIT we have been provided a good teaching as well as practical experience with thorough knowledge of teaching staff. There are couple of professors who have shaped our futureMrs. Bhakti Ahirwadkar, Mrs. Tulle, Mrs Bhosale, Late Mr. Parthasathi and many others.




Written By: Mrs. Shubhangi Deshmukh (2017 Batch), M.E. (CSE), IBM, Pune

I am writing this letter to inform my heartfelt thank you, Kinariwala mam, for teaching Machine Learning.I am very thankful to you for make me understand in detail the subject because of which am able to deliver projects successfully based on Machine Learning.
Today when I have achieved my goals and success I can only think of you who very patiently taught me and cleared all my doubts and motivated me in life.
It’s because of your teachings that I am a responsible and successful person. I will always be grateful to you for all your support and inspiration for ML subject you taught me and guided for my project. I understand that there is nothing that I can return for what you have given to me .But if there is anything that I can do for you it will be a great honor for me. Thank you once again for everything.


Written By: Ms. Karishma K. Kate (2017 Batch), Software Engineer, Techechelons Infosolutions Pvt Ltd., Pune
I am writing this letter to inform my heartfelt thank you for giving a direction to my life Dharmadhikari mam. I am very thankful to you for your guidance and support because of which am at a good position today. Today when I have achieved my goals and success I can only think of you who very patiently understood me and listened to my problems and motivated me in life. It’s because of your teachings that I am a responsible and successful person.
I will always be grateful to you for all your support and inspiration and all the subjects you taught me. I still remember how you motivated me to attend various workshops in college which were based on all the new technologies. Being in the industry now I understand how important it is to be updated in all the recent technologies as it is what is always needed and appreciated at workplace. I would like to thank you for taking so much efforts for getting us understand the cloud computing subject because it was completely new for us.


Written By: Mr. Dhananjay Saraf (2016 Batch), Red Hat India
There is no special reason for this mail, but there is. I have joined a Linux Trainig Acadmy for my RHCSA, RHCE, and shell scripting. for shell scripting regular expressions are happen to be unavoidable key factor. They work as magic spell in scripting. Because of your teaching, Siledar mam, I got a special reputation as best regular expression caster. Every praise from my criptig teacher reminds me our practical sessions. I miss you mam.


Ms. Devayani Patil (2015 Batch), WFM Co-ordinator, ATOS

Best Teachers(supportive in all activities). Department is helpful whenever we need them.
Lectures are interesting and happy to learn new things about technology.
Glad to be a Student of CSE .
I am here bcoz of my CSE teacher & department .
Thank you Bhakti ma'am

CSI MIT Student Branch

Marathwada Institute of Technology
CSI MIT Student Branch

Computer Society of India is the largest association of IT Professionals in India, started in 1965. Today, the CSI has 69 chapters all over India, 358 student branches, and more than 70,000 members, including India’s most famous IT industry leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering established MIT Student Branch in 2011. Since then it is instrumental in spreading awareness of emerging technologies by organizing expert talks, workshops and State Level Events. The Student Branch has also been awarded with Best Student Branch Award since 2012. MIT Student Branch acts like a ladder for all the students to climb the steps of success. CSI provides a platform for all its members to publish their work which is acknowledged by all the members throughout India.
CSI Branch Coordinator: Prof. Dipa D. Dharmadhikari, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
CSI Council 2016

1 President Ajay Ramavat
2 Treasurer Sandeep Yadav
Somani Ruchita
3 Secretary Yashika Nihlani
Yogesh Ambore
4 Event Manager Karishma Kate
5 Event Management Committee Members Priyanka Darunte
Sonal Kulkarni
Aboli Kulkarni
Suverna Bhurewar
Ghare Rajesh