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First Year Engineering :

Year of Establishment

1984
Name of the degree course offered First Year Engineering (Common)
Intake 840 (A.Y. 2020-21)
No. of Divisions 14
No. of Laboratories 10+1
Faculty 48
Faculty Qualification PhD: 4
PhD pursuing: 1
ME. /MTech/SET/NET /MPhill: 35
B.E/B.Tech/M.Sc: 8
Student-faculty ratio 17.5:1
Funded research projects Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi - 6.82 lacs, ISRO Funding - 4.75 lacs
Testing & Consultancy Testing of Cookstoves used for preparing the meal under ‘Meal-Day Mill’ programme of Government of India, for School Children.
Publications International Journal: 39
National Journal: 10
Conference paper International : 13
National: 37
Faculty development programs Mission 10X, STTPs, Workshops and Seminars
Workshop / Seminars organized
  • Effective Teaching Methodologies for Engineering Sciences (August 05, 2011) in association with University of Pune
  • Implementation of Revised Curriculum for Engineering Chemistry (July 30, 2012) in association with University of Pune
  • One Day Workshop for Perspective students and their parents (AY 2016-17 & 2017-18)
Result( average of last 3 years)
  • Average of last 3 years- 83.31 %
Co-curricular activities
  • Industrial Visits
  • Poster Presentation Competition
  • Guest Lectures
  • Quiz Competition on Academics
  • Debate Competition on Recent Trends in Society
  • High Impact Induction Program collaborated with Infosys Ltd.
  • Essay Competition
  • Communication Skill Training
Extra-curricular activities
  • National Science Day
  • Debate Competition
  • Cultural Activities
  • Sports Events
  • Teacher’s Day
  • Technical Events
Our Best Practices
  • F.E. Welcome Function and Induction Program
  • Felicitation of 10 F.E. toppers in Welcome Function
  • Class Teachers Scheme
  • Parents-Teachers Meeting
  • Bulk SMS Service
  • Teacher Guardian Scheme
  • Remedial Classes for Weak students

 

ICT

 Innovative Teaching Learning Practices :

Sr. No. Class Subject Activity Faculty Name
1. FE All Subjects

NPTEL Videos

Virtual Lab through COEP

Group Discussion

ICT/PPT's

By all Faculties
2.   Engineering Chemistry

Google Classroom

Flipped Classroom

Google Forms

Social Media for Study Materials

Poster Presentation

Mr. Santosh Damkondwar

Seminar by Students

Mrs. Prajnali Shinde

Mr. Santosh Damkondwar

Mrs. Deepali Chavan

3.  

Basic Civil &

Environmental Engineering

 

Flipped Classroom

Poster Presentation

Site Visit

Mrs. Savita V. Jatti

Ms. Subhashini Ramteke

Ms. Rohini Khandelwal

Mr. Sunil Payghan

Group Discussion

Mrs. Savita V. Jatti

Ms. Subhashini Ramteke

4. Engineering Mechanics

Expert Lecture

Visit to COEP under MoU 

Mrs. Savita V. Jatti

Ms. Subhashini Ramteke

Ms. Rohini Khandelwal

Mr. Sunil Payghan

Flipped Classroom

Mrs. Savita V. Jatti

Ms. Subhashini Ramteke

Ms. Rohini Khandelwal

  Communication Skill

Movie Club

Model Presentation

Language Lab Softwares like

Orell Dell, Clarity English Success,

Gurukul Goal Softwares, etc

 

Mrs. Swati Jadhav

Ms. Dipti Kandari

 

CO's

 Course Outcomes for First Year Engineering (Common to all branches)

Sr. No. Course Outcomes
Engineering Mathematics-I (Sem-I)
1. To Apply Mean value theorems and its generalizations leading to Taylors and Maclaurin’s series useful in the analysis of engineering problems.
2. The Fourier series representation and harmonic analysis for design and analysis of periodic continuous and discrete systems.
3. To deal with derivative of functions of several variables that is essential in various branches of Engineering.
4. To apply the concept of Jacobian to find partial derivative of implicit function and functional dependence. Use of partial derivatives in estimating error and approximation and finding extreme values of the function.
5. the essential tool of matrices and linear algebra in a comprehensive manner for analysis of system of linear equations, finding linear and orthogonal transformations, Eigen values and Eigen vectors applicable to engineering problems.
Engineering Mathematics-II (Sem-II)
1. The effective mathematical tools for solutions of first order differential equations that model physical processes such as Newton’s law of cooling, electrical circuit, rectilinear motion, mass spring systems, heat transfer etc.
2. Advanced integration techniques such as Reduction formulae, Beta functions, Gamma functions, Differentiation under integral sign and Error functions needed in evaluating multiple integrals and their applications.
3. To trace the curve for a given equation and measure arc length of various curves.
4. The concepts of solid geometry using equations of sphere, cone and cylinder in a comprehensive manner.
5. Evaluation of multiple integrals and its application to find area bounded by curves, volume bounded by surfaces, Centre of gravity and Moment of inertia.
Engineering Physics (Sem-I/Sem-II)
1. To develop understanding of interference, diffraction, and polarization; connect it to few engineering applications.
2. To learn basics of lasers and optical fibres and their use in some applications.
3. To understand concepts and principles in quantum mechanics. Relate them to some applications.
4. To appreciate theory of semiconductors and their applications in some semiconductor devices.
5. To summarize basics of magnetism and superconductivity. Explore few of their technological applications.
6. To comprehend use of concepts of physics for Non-Destructive Testing. Learn some properties of nanomaterials and their application.
Engineering Chemistry (Sem-I/Sem-II)
1. To apply the different methodologies for analysis of water and techniques involved in           Softening of water as commodity.
2. To demonstrate appropriate electro-technique and method of material analysis.
3. To demonstrate the knowledge of advanced engineering materials for various engineering applications.
4. To analyze fuel and suggest use of alternative fuels.
5. To apply the principles and instrumentation of UV-Visible and Infra-red Spectroscopy for chemical compounds structures.
6. To identify causes of corrosion and apply methods for minimizing corrosion.
Systems in Mechanical Engineering (Sem-I)
1. To identify the sources of energy and their conversions.
2. To explain the basic concept of engineering thermodynamics and its application.
3. To understanding the specifications of vehicles.
4. To get acquainted with vehicle systems.
5. To introduce manufacturing processes applying proper method to produce components.
6. To be able to select and compare domestic appliances.
Basic Electrical Engineering (Sem-I/Sem-II)
1. To differentiate electrical and magnetic circuits and derive mathematical relation for self and mutual inductance along with coupling effect.
2. To calculate series, parallel and composite capacitor as well as characteristics parameters of alternating quantity and phasor arithmetic.
3. To derive expression for impedance, current, power in series and parallel RLC circuit with AC supply along with phasor diagram.
4. To relate phase and line electrical quantities in polyphase networks, demonstrate the operation of single phase transformer and calculate efficiency and regulation at different loading conditions.
5. To apply and analyze the resistive circuits using star-delta conversion KVL, KCL and different network theorems under DC supply.
6. To evaluate   work,   power,   energy   relations   and  suggest various   batteries   for   different applications, concept of charging and discharging and depth of charge.
Basic Electronics Engineering (Sem-I/Sem-II)
1. To emphasize the importance of Electronics and usage of various Diodes.
2. To analyze Transistors (BJT & MOSFET) Applications and the need for Op-Amps.
3. To build the digital circuits and  Compare Microprocessor and Microcontroller.
4. To apply Electronic/ Electrical Component Testing and Parameter Measurement for building applications.
5. To understand and apply knowledge of Sensors in the multidisciplinary Applications.
6. To recognize the working of analog and mobile communication.
Programming and Problem Solving (Sem-I/Sem-II)
1. To understand problem solving, problem solving aspects, programming and to use various program design tools
2. To Describe and demonstrate input output statements, decision making, looping in Python
3. To explain  functions, modules and packages in Python and to execute various problems using functions in Python
4. To discuss about  strings in Python and to execute various problems using strings and operations with it  in Python
5. To describe features of Object Oriented Programming using Python and to implement the solutions of the problems in diversified domains.
6. To acquaint with the use and benefits of files handling in Python
Engineering Mechanics (Sem-I/Sem-II)
1. To determine resultant of various force system.
2. To determine centroid, moment of inertia and solve problems related to friction.
3. To determine reactions of beams, calculate forces in cables using principles of equilibrium.
4. To solve trusses, frames for finding member forces and apply principles of equilibrium to forces in space.
5. To calculate position, velocity and acceleration of particle using principles of kinematics.
6. To calculate position, velocity and acceleration of particle using principles of kinetics and Work, Power, Energy.
Engineering Graphics (Sem-II)
1. To draw the fundamental engineering objects using basic rules and able to construct the simple geometries.
2. To construct the various engineering curves using the drawing instruments.
3. To apply the concept of orthographic projection of an object to draw several 2D views and its sectional views for visualizing the physical state of the object.
4. To apply the visualization skill to draw a simple isometric projection from given orthographic views precisely using drawing equipment.
5. To draw the development of lateral surfaces for cut section of geometrical solids.
6. To draw fully-dimensioned 2D, 3D drawings using computer aided drafting tools.
Project Based Learning (Sem-II)
1. Project based learning will escalate learning capability of students through shared cognition.
2. Students able to draw on lessons from several disciplines and apply them in practical way.
3. Learning by doing approach in Project based learning will promote long-term retention of material and replicable skill, as well as improve teachers' and students' attitudes towards learning.

 

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