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About DYPCOE

Dr. D. Y. Patil Prathishthan's, D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, was established in 1984 in Pimpri and later shifted to Akurdi complex in 2001, which is in the vicinity of Pimpri Chinchwad Industrial area, one of the biggest Industrial belts in Asia. The college spreads over 10 acres of land with seven Engineering disciplines. This Institute is approved by AICTE, New Delhi and is affiliated to the Savitribai Phule Pune University.

The college has excellent & ambient infrastructure with well-equipped laboratories. Well-qualified, motivated, and dedicated faculty members are serving in the Institute. Students are encouraged to actively participate in National and State level co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The institute has well planned boys and girls hostel in the campus with better amenities and ultra-modern facilities.


Branchwise intake

 

 Branch wise Intake 

Under Graduate Level(First year Engineering)

Intake

Post Graduate Level

Intake

Civil Engineering

120

Civil Engineering

·     Construction & Management

·     Environmental Engineering

 

18

18

Computer Engineering

180

Computer Engineering

13

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

180

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

·     VLSI & Embedded Systems

 

9

Information & Technology

180

NA

 NA

Instrumentation & Control Engineering

60

NA

 NA

Mechanical Engineering

120

Mechanical Engineering :Mechanical Design

 

18

Production Engineering (Sandwich) *(From Second Year(SE) to Final Year (BE))

60

Robotics and Automation

 

 

15

BE : Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

180

   

BE : Robotics and Automation

60

   

 

 


HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Established in 1984
  • Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
  • Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University
  • Highly qualified and competent faculty
  • Ultra-modern buildings and excellent infrastructure
  • Well-equipped laboratories
  • NRI quota as per AICTE norms
  • Research and Consultancy Cell
  • 100% placements through training and placement cell
  • Environmental Impact Assessment Cell
  • Highly enriching library facility including Internet, National and International journals 

Excellence through  Education:

Appreciated and recognized as a front runner in the education scenario. The D Y Patil College has become a prominent force in imparting quality education. The group strongly believes that quality education is a stepping stone to progress and success. With a long standing commitment towards quality teaching and learning, the group has nurtured values that go into the making of successful careers. Reiterating excellence in every venture explored, the group stands tall with its undeterred commitment to deliver quality education. Equipped with state of the art infrastructure, the group has a chain of 100 educational institutions that encourage individuals to think, question, explore and apply their well-honed minds to scale the newer heights of success. The college believes in imparting education that will build world citizens of tomorrow. Therefore it has ventured and excelled in uncommon streams like engineering, management, research and technology.

Moreover the college enjoys academic alliances with overseas universities that help to breach the educational and cultural divide between various and countries and us.

Code of conduct policy

 Code of conduct policy

Policy No 4: Academic Discipline and Code of conduct


 Policy 4.1 Code of Conduct for students

Entities affected by this policy – All the students of DYPCOE.

Policy Statement – Following are the codes of conduct for the students of the Institute

Responsible Office – All the academic departments of DYPCOE

Dates of issue:  Oct. 2019 


Policy 4.2 Code of Conduct for Faculty and Staff

Entities affected by this policy – All the faculty and staff of DYPCOE.


Policy Statement – Following are the codes of conduct for the

 

Best Practices 1

 

Institute Best Practice-1

 

Best Practice 1

 

Title of the practice:

Holistic Development of Students for Higher Package Jobs by formulation of PSO mapping and attainment aligned with Alumni Profiles

Objective of the practice:

1. To train the students and to enhance quantitative and qualitative aptitude.

2. To provide a platform to the students for showcasing their technical knowledge as per the needs of the industry.

3. To provide good offers through corporate cell of Institute during campus recruitment

4. To make students aware of alumni profiles and prepare them as per industrial requirement.

5. To appraise students the skills and competencies required to fulfill in market.

The Context:

 The Institute concentrates on work integrated learning through training and placement cell in equipping new graduates with the required employability skills. Student’s participation in internship gives them confidence and motivation through stipend. CO-Learning strategy is adopted for internship, which helps students to learn newer methods, cutting edge technologies and employability opportunities in the future to build upon. Third Year students were trained by external agencies like Campus credentials and Ethnus based on Aptitude test skills, technical coding skills, company specific questions and Resume writing etc. The Institute enhances industry-institute interface, networking within the industry for placement and training interventions for enhancing student’s capability. Program Outcomes are developed in students through alumni expert sessions.

 OBE - outcome-based education focuses on making students employable. Any professional degree education's end conclusion or net result can be evaluated by either placement (on campus, off campus, higher education), or entrepreneurship.

 

The practice:

OBE for Teaching Learning process: 

 Students and faculty members have completed certifications and value-added programs for gap fulfillment with respect to Industry requirements.Faculty has been playing a vital role in guiding and mentoring students to select the right choice of courses and further counsel them to prepare for placement and higher education selection process. The impact of the guiding and mentoring system observed as this scheme helps to reduce productive wastage of time that otherwise can be utilized for learning by students. Institute offers employability skills development training programs from high repute third party vendors during their TE. 

  Alumni are strong assets of the Institute. Departments and T&P cells have consistently arranging various activities to cater the students as per the upcoming need of the Industry in advanced technologies. Technical activities are organized under various Professional Bodies and Students Association to groom the students and make them technically competent. Google Developer Student Club is established in the Institute from 2020 to train and learn technologies of Google platforms to the students of all departments.

  Core areas are always specific to each program like Manufacturing, Design in Mechanical Engineering, Sensors and Embedded systems in Electronics, construction in Civil engineering and likewise. Broad areas consist of core along with the other areas of working which can be seen mostly through the alumni profile. Similar to the basic areas of computer engineering are Web and Software development, Communication, Programming, Networking while broadened fields include signal processing, high performance computing, embedded systems, VLSI design, and many inline disciplines.

 

   Depth of T = Alumni’s working in Core area / Total No. of alumni's. The percentage of depth refers to the number of curricular gaps needed to meet PO and PSO requirements. Opportunities in the program are growing when broad regions are shallower than core areas. else it will be diminishing accordingly.

 Participation of Alumni’s profile will be considered for PSO formulation

Pros of designing PSOs based on alumni characteristics include -

1. Adoption of the alumni growth trend line in OBE.

2. To educate teachers about the problems faced by alumni as a result of changes in skills and competencies and technological advancements in the business world.

3. Whether the Present skills and competencies developed in the students are aligned with alumni profiles or not can be outlined through the CO-PSO Mapping.

4. Encourage educators to create lesson plans and pedagogy that will help

Evidence of success:

Following are the statistics of higher packages received for students during the placement of academic year 2022.

 

 

 

 

 

            Below are some evidences of success of higher package students:

 

 

 

 

   Following are the PSO statements framed through the case study conducted from Electronics alumni.

1. PSO1 (A few key categories delineated from Alumni Profiles recruited during UG course placements): Graduates design, test, and validate time switches, timers, PLCs, GSM controllers, temperature controllers, signal transducers, modular power supplies, and instrumentation devices in the electronics industries. They also embed software engineers or train to be software engineers in the transportation sector, along with network planning engineers for all long-distance routes in the country.

2. PSO2 (Some of the significant areas noted in the Alumni Profiles of those who continued their studies after completing their UG): to improve analytical, computational, and computationally intensive problem-solving abilities in the fields of electronic circuits, communication, signal processing, and control systems.

3. PSO3 (Some of the key industries where alumni launched their businesses): Graduates launch their businesses in industries like website development, renewable energy, and digital branding, among others.

 

 

Problems Encountered and Resources Required:

 

   As students were well aware about the market scenario and competition lined up for them in this corporate world, considering this in mind, students were expecting more such training. Also students should be trained using some hands-on training or through visits to industrial premises or Corporate world.

    Students were not aware of the advantages of such a method. Therefore, initially students were made aware of curriculum gaps and bloom’s taxonomy level requirements to enhance their employability. This has helped to overcome the thinking of students who were considering assessment as a burden. Also, to make calculations of each outcome, were lengthy and susceptible for fatigue by faculty. Therefore, software named attainDI was developed and made available on the website.

 

 

Best Practices 2

    

Institute Best Practice-2

Title of the practice:

To inculcate Entrepreneurship, Project Designing, Project Manufacturing, Team Working skills through co-curricular activities such as BAJA SAEINDIA.

Objective of the practice:

  1. The main goal of initiatives like BAJA SAEINDIA is to foster a grasp of how to enter the industrial reign in young, inquisitive minds.
  2. To inculcate Product design and project development skills in students.
  3. Project management and testing the product with ARAI like a standard institute.
  4. To inculcate the quality of co-operative working as a part of a team.

The Context:

   Co-curricular activities aid in the holistic growth of students and the acquisition of vital competencies needed for success including Intellectual, physical, emotional, and social growth, which can only be attained through quality education. Co-curricular activities like BAJA SAEINDIA play a significant role in the growth of social and emotional skills, among other aspects of persona.

   All India SAE BAJA competition was held at Pithampur-M.P, from 6th April to 10th April 2022. For BAJA SAEINDIA 2022, 214 entries from various engineering colleges in India were received, of which 138 teams have registered for the m-BAJA event and 76 teams have enrolled for the e-BAJA event. Students at BAJA SAEINDIA are required to conceptualize, design, build, test, and verify a single-seater all-terrain vehicle (ATV) in order to participate in a number of activities.

 

Fig: 7.2.4: BAJA Event Schedule

The practice:

 

Phase 1 - Preliminary Round, BAJA SAEINDIA 2022

   The virtual presentation of the teams' ATVs was the main emphasis of the first leg (Phase 1), also known as the preliminary round, which was held in August 2021. The purpose of the Preliminary Round was to gauge teams' technical and professional prowess on an online forum.

 

Phase 2 - Virtual Round, BAJA SAEINDIA 2022

    For the 2022 iteration, the second leg did include digital static events in conjunction with virtual dynamic events created with the aid of automotive simulation software. The virtual evaluation of static events, such as design, cost, manufacturing, and sales presentation, as well as dynamic events, like acceleration, gradeability, braking, suspension & traction, and maneuverability, are both included in phase 2.Through IPG CarMaker, a globally renowned automotive simulation program, All Terrain Performance is digitally maintained. The purpose of these competitions is to assess the teams' business acumen, cost-effectiveness, software knowledge, and comprehension of design.

 

Phase 3 - Physical Round, BAJA SAEINDIA 2022

     Phase 3, the last phase, is planned to take place physically in Pithampur (for mBAJA) in April 22 and Bangalore (for eBAJA) in May 22. The primary purpose of this phase was to physically assess the buggies created by the different competing teams. Along with the initial technical assessment, this part included a number of dynamic events, including maneuverability, acceleration, suspension and traction, and endurance.

 

Fig: 7.2.5: BAJA Event Phase 3 Schedule

 

                                  Team member details:

 

Name of Student

Year- Branch

 

Neel Kapadi

BE Mech

Vipul Jadhav

BE Mech

Ali Abu Farjad

BE Mech

Pratik Biradar

BE Mech

Pruthviraj Shinde

BE Mech

Saurabh Shingare

BE Mech

Sudip Chavan

TE Mech

Anuj Tembugade

TE Mech

Aryan Kesharwani

TE E&TC

 

 

MrunalDaudkar

BE E&TC

 

Vikaskumar Singh

TE Mech

YashodeepHimmatrao Patil

TE Mech

Nilesh Arjun Bhopale

TE Mech

Gauri Rajesh Kharche

TE Mech

AbararJaved Patel

TE Mech

PrathameshSarjerao Pawar

SE Mech

Yash SheshkumarMalusare

SE Mech

Mandar Shantaram Mali

SE Mech

Shantanu Satish Patil

SE Mech

Swarali Santosh Gulwade

SE Mech

Faculty Adviser: Mr. Vaibhav Phule

Note:Mr Vinod Hiwase was present as faculty Adviser during event due to health issue to Mr. Vaibhav Phule.

Event Details:

 From April 6 to April 10, 2022, the D. Y. Patil College of Engineering in Akurdi's BAJA "Team Predators Racing" competed in the BAJA SAE India tournament.

Result:

Team Predators Racing From DYPCOE, Akurdi secured an All-India Rank 1 with 17 different Awards.

Evidence of success:

 

 

Fig: 7.2.6: BAJA Vehicle

 

List of Awards is as follows:

Virtual Awards

Overall Virtual Dynamic - 1st

Overall Static-2nd

Manufacturing - 1st

Cost - 1st

Engg and Design - 1st

 

1.  Suspension and Traction - 1st

2.  Virtual Brake performance – 2nd

3.  Virtual Maneuverability- 2nd

4.  Virtual Acceleration - 2nd Physical Awards

5.   Dynamic Acceleration -1st

6.   Dynamic Maneuverability - 1st

7.   Dynamic Suspension and Traction - 1st

8.   Durability - 1st

9.   Overall Dynamic test - 1st

10.  Physical Dynamic -Acceleration – 1st

11.  Physical Dynamic -Maneuverability– 1st

12.  Suspension & Traction -  1st

13.  Durability – 1st

14.  Overall Dyanamic Test – 1st

15.  Raftar – 1st

16.  Sled Pull – 2nd

17.  4WD Transmission – 3rd

Overall All India Rank-2 Year 2019

 

Fig: 7.2.8: BAJA All India Rank 1 Year 2019

 

Overall All India Rank-2 Year 2021

 

Fig: 7.2.8: BAJA All India Rank 2 Year 2021

 

Overall All India Rank-1 Year 2022

 

Fig: 7.2.8: BAJA All India Rank 1 year 2022

 

Overall All India Rank-1 year 2023

 

Fig: 7.2.8: BAJA All India Rank 1 year 2023

 

Problems Encountered and Resources Required:

Problem encountered:

1.  Funding for SAE India 2021 event : Rs 2,00,000/- received as CSR from Jendamark India Private Limited

2.  AU mechanical engineering software required for Design, analysis and Simulation: Provided by Altair engineering

Resources for BAJA:

1.  DYPCOE Workshop for Vehicle manufacturing

2.  Dehu Road Cantonment: For Testing of Vehicle

3.  MSC Software Corporation India Private Limited: Romax software module CAD fusion for Analysis

4.  MathWorks Student Competition Team: MATLAB and Simulink Software for simulation

5.  3D Design and Engg Software Dassault systems : Solidworks software for designing

 

 

  

 

Institutional Distinctiveness

  

Institutional Distinctiveness

 

Institutional Distinctiveness- Proof

The institute's Corporate Relations & Placement Cell (CRPC) is an integral feature. In order to increase the employability of the students, the Cell works consistently and continuously to give them multiple possibilities to take part in the campus recruitment process. To ensure that the students are prepared for their careers and uphold the company's standards, several training programs are consistently implemented throughout the year. In addition to this the cell also works on diverse areas of improvement for students such as enhancing their technical abilities, personality development, communication and soft skills, resume building, etc. Various training and student development activities are conducted right from First Year of Engineering till they get placed in reputed organizations. Students who have shown interest in Higher Studies and Entrepreneurship, are guided through various Career Guidance sessions and Entrepreneurship Development programs.

A state of the art facility is available in the CRPC to conduct the campus recruitment process (Pre – Placement Talk, Aptitude / Programming Test, Group Discussion, Personnel Interviews). Many reputable industries visit the institute on a regular basis for campus recruitment, and we are glad to say that the majority of the prominent MNC's hire our students.
The Cell's major goal is to serve as a powerful bridge between various companies and bright, young graduates and postgraduates.

A variety of career opportunities in public, private, and multinational corporations have been addressed in career guidance talks for students. The cell also advises students on their options for professions in various fields after completing higher education. The interaction between the industry institute and the students helps the students by exposing them to crucial guidance from experts that keep them up to date with industry requirements.

Salient features of CRPC are:

●Strong Alumni engagement
●Employability enhancement program in collaboration with industries and experts
●Thrust on Personality Development, Soft Skills and Communication Skills in English with help of Language Laboratories of campus
●Participation of students in Hackathon and competitions organized by industries
●Company specific trainings and mock drives
●Notable Placement Record

The three prominent verticals wherein CRPC contributes are:

  • Placements
  • Trainings
  • Career Guidance

These verticals of CRPC shown in the below flow diagram

An Academic Calendar, comprising of detailed plan of various CRPC activities (i.e. Career Guidance sessions, Technical trainings, Aptitude trainings, Soft Skills and Communication Skills Trainings, Alumni sessions, etc.) for every class from First Year to Final Year students; is prepared and implemented every year.

First Year students are informed about Training and placement activities during FE Induction program. FE students take part in competitions in association with various Industries like Barclays. Soft skill trainings are also provided to get insight into key areas to improve personality traits and communication abilities through in-house sessions.

Students in their second year of engineering trained for resume building and soft skills to strengthen their personal traits.

Students explored for Aptitude, Group Discussion and Personal Interview in Third year of Engineering through Training sessions. For placement readiness various activities are conducted such as technical sessions by Industry Personnel's, Career Guidance sessions, Entrepreneurship Development activities, Interaction with Alumni about Industry expectations and Participation in Technical Competitions.

Through a mock placement drive, final-year students provided training for corporate face-to-face and personal interviews. Placement cell invites various companies for Campus recruitment and provides opportunities to get placed in core and IT Industries during 7th and 8th semester of their degree program.

A brief overview of these activities is as below:

 

Placement Process
As per the requirement of the industry, fresher hiring begins every year from the month of July. Students are sensitized about the industry expectations during campus recruitment by Dean Placements, Training & Placement Officer and departmental faculty coordinators. Placement Policy is circulated to all the Third Year engineering students via creating Google Forms along with the Students Undertaking Forms. This data helps the Placement Cell to interest level of students wrt their career progression ie. Campus Recruitment / Higher studies / Entrepreneurship. The academic records of students are verified and updated in central database.
Companies are invited by sending e- mails/ connecting on phone calls for campus recruitment. As a routine procedure, the recruiters share the Job Description, Eligibility Criteria & Selection Process of their organization which is shared with students via email and WhatsApp messages for registration of students willing to participate in the recruitment process of the organization. This data of eligible and interested students is sent to the company HR for further process. Post sharing the data of students, the company shares the final date of recruitment process along with the process of recruitment Students are informed about the date of Campus Recruitment & selection process through Notices via E-Mail & WhatsApp Messages.
The company visits the campus for Campus Recruitment Process on the allotted date to conduct the selection procedure. Pre-placement talk is conducted at the beginning of any recruitment process and it is organized at auditorium as one of the central amenities of the institute. During pre-placement talk the students are made aware by the HR personnel about their requirements in detail so that students understand the job profile, requirement of industry and the do’s and don’ts to be followed during the selection process. Post successful completion of the recruitment process, the final list of selected students is announced by the company officials and the same is communicated to the Training & Placement Officer via email. The selection of candidates is posted on the Social Media handles.
In order to understand the performance of students, Employer’s feedback (via Google Sheets) is collected for necessary improvement. Employer’s feedback helps the department to understand the areas of improvements (if any). Student’s Feed Back is also collected from offered students to understand the recruitment process and skills required by the recruiter for the profile hired and this data is also shared with Heads of the Departments and faculty coordinators for necessary action for the next Academic Year.

Placement Policy

To avoid repetitive selection of same students in companies and provide opportunities to all, placement policy is drafted. Placement Policy - Document attached.

Placement Policy

 

 

 

 

   

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