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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.


Organogram-DYPCOE


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

120

Computer Engineering

25

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

120

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

·     VLSI & Embedded Systems

 

18

Information & Technology

120

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

Production Engineering (Sandwich) :Manufacturing Engineering & Automation

 

 

15

BE : Artificial Intelligence and Data Science

120

   

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: DYPCOE

 

1. ERP: Coll Poll is the ERP software used in the institute as a web and mobile based digital learning and analytics platform designed to address the rising complexity, competition developed and digital compliance of higher education institutions. Collpoll is used in the institute for lesson planning, scheduling, mapping with CO-PO, online Quiz, online assignments and attendance monitoring and test conduction. It is used for following purposes: -

  • Master Data Management 
  • Admission Automation
  • Outcome based Education
  • Curriculum & Timetable Management
  • Learning Management System
  • AI-proctored Examination Management
  • Placement Management
  • Campus Workflow Digitization
  • Fee Management (Cashless Campus)
  • Infrastructure Management
  • HR Management

This is the ICT based practice executed during pandemic situations. The main advantage of this platform is that students can learn at own pace and instructions are available 24*7 anytime anywhere learning. Immediate assessment is available for evaluation to identify advanced learners and support weak learners. 2. Alumni Expert sessions Alumni expert talk sessions were conducted in various programs to cater the upcoming need of industry in advanced technologies like Data science, Machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Platform, Block chain technology etc. The sessions were made to reach out to the students and faculty. 40 alumni from across the globe delivered sessions on this platform to provide opportunity for students to enrich their knowledge in the various areas. Distinguished alumni such as Mr. Omkar kulkarni, SDE- Database, Washington, Mr. Vinit Shah, General Manager, Surelines, Mr. Pravin chaudhary, Director, Virtuoso Project and Engineers, Mr. Ajinkya Borude, Director Greenomind Innovation etc. from various parts of the globe contributed for delivering state of art knowledge in respective domains. There are diverse deliberations on various topics like Data Warehouse and business intelligence, Software testing with automation and trending tools, upcoming drone, Performance Evaluation of Classification Models Using Confusion Matrix, career opportunities in various sectors were conducted. Thus, these sessions help the students for better placement with a workaholic environment. Institutional Distinctiveness OBE : CO-PO/PSO Mapping & Attainment for EmployabilityDue to industry revolutions, faster technological developments in software and allied artificial intelligence integrations, pandemic like covid-19, placement scenarios and entrepreneurship/business opportunities are changing rapidly. To achieve this, we are making CO as a knowledge and CO-PO as application of knowledge. We examine whether CO-PO is possible through curriculum or curriculum gaps. Further, we are identifying outcome opportunities for each PO and specific to each program. To align alumni profiles through PSO, the strategy is implemented with the formation of a question bank to develop students for technical recruitment. By doing CO-PSO we are aligning students' profiles with alumni profiles. For attainment of CO-PO and CO-PSO, we are doing statistical analysis and calculating discrimination index. The blooms taxonomy level for Program outcomes are identified from PO statements and mapped with technical questions in CO-PO. If the discrimination index is more than 40%, observations are made and further action plan is created else CO-PO mapping is revisited for modification. This will be implemented through an action plan for next year’s CO-PO and CO-PSO questions. As in all, micro level analysis is performed by each and every faculty for each and every student to prepare them technically for placement, higher education and to create students technical expertise as per alumni profiles.  

Best Practices

Institutional Distinctiveness

  

Institutional Distinctiveness

 

OBE : CO-PO/PSO Mapping & Attainment for Employability

Due to industry revolutions, faster technological developments in software and allied artificial intelligence integrations, pandemic like covid-19, placement scenarios and entrepreneurship/business opportunities are changing rapidly. To achieve this, we are making CO as a knowledge and CO-PO as application of knowledge. We examine whether CO-PO is possible through curriculum or curriculum gaps. Further, we are identifying outcome opportunities for each PO and specific to each program. To align alumni profiles through PSO, the strategy is implemented with the formation of a question bank to develop students for technical recruitment. By doing CO-PSO we are aligning students' profiles with alumni profiles. For attainment of CO-PO and CO-PSO, we are doing statistical analysis and calculating discrimination index. 

The blooms taxonomy level for Program outcomes are identified from PO statements and mapped with technical questions in CO-PO. If the discrimination index is more than 40%, observations are made and further action plan is created else CO-PO mapping is revisited for modification. This will be implemented through an action plan for next year’s CO-PO and CO-PSO questions. 

As in all, micro level analysis is performed by each and every faculty for each and every student to prepare them technically for placement, higher education and to create students technical expertise as per alumni profiles.  

   

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