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 Vision and Mission

 Vision

Developing globally competent IT professional for sustainable growth of humanity.

Mission

1. To empower students in developing systems and innovative products for solving real-life problems.

2. To build a strong foundation in computing knowledge that enables self-development entrepreneurship and Intellectual property.

3. To develop passionate IT professional by imparting global competencies and skills for serving society.

 

Department Information

UG Degree course offered B. E. (IT)
UG Course Duration 4 years
UG Year of Establishment 1999
UG Intake 120
Approved by AICTE, New Delhi
NBA Accredited

Accredited twice in 2005 and 2013 and Not applied for accreditation by NBA further

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Affilliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

DYPCOE was one of the four colleges to start Information Technology course under Savitribai Phule Pune University. Information Technology Department started with intake of 30 in 1999. First batch passed out in 2003. Intake increased to 60 in 2000 and 90 in 2001 and 120 in 2011. IT program conducted by department is of international standard. About 870 students passed out and all are well placed in IT industry. Department is  second time accredited by NBA-AICTE in 2013  for  the period of 2 years

The Department of Information Technology aims at imparting quality education in the realm of IT, Software Engineering & Domain Specific Application with an objective to enhance and expand the knowledge and skill sets of target students, so that they can contribute in the betterment of Society at large. The department of Information Technology was established with the objective of producing highly proficient technocrats who can meet the standards of the corporate. The department purports to have dexterous mentors adept at molding the student talent pool. A team of well qualified faculty navigates issuing priceless guidance and tapping the potential of students. 

It is estimated that a huge number of IT professionals will be needed in India five years down the line in keeping with the global trend. Indian professionals are respected across the world for their IT-related skills. Our focus in this department is not only on completing the curriculum to pass the examinations but we also try to keep up with the developments in the technology and expose the students to the latest to ensure that they are able to cope up with the fast changing IT scenario. 

The Department is in purpose-built accommodation, and is equipped with teaching and office space as well as well equipped laboratories for computer-based teaching. In addition, we have well established Computer labs. All faculty of Department are members of various professional societies and technical bodies like IEEE, ACM, CSI, ISTE, IACSIT etc. We have signed MOU with Zensar Technologies for student exchange and projects. Our department is also a member of EMC2 Academic Alliance collaboration with colleges and universities for “Preparing the next generation of IT professionals”.

We are proud to state that our Department has given better placement with good package to the students till date  and  is running to the Centre of Excellence which conducts number of value added courses for the knowledge and skills up gradation of the students to cater the need of current corporate scenario.

 

 

COs

Course Outcome for Semester I:

Sr. No.

Subjects of Sem I

 Class: SE                                           Discrete Structures

1

Students will be able to understand discrete probability, permutation and combination logic to solve real time problems.

2

Students will be able to remember the set theory properties and able to apply in sets problems.

3

Students will be able to understand how relation, function and recurrence relations work.

4

Students will be able to examine graph theory models of data structures and state machines to solve problem of connectivity and constraint satisfaction.

5

Students will be able to understand the tree in discrete mathematics and how they can be represented in computer memory.

6

Students will be able to investigate problems precisely and able to construct Ring, Group and Integral Domain.

7

Students will be able to relate discrete structure knowledge to solve real life situations

 Class: SE                      Computer Organization & Architecture

1

Understand computer performance measurements and solve problems based on computer arithmetic

2

Analyze processor structure and its function

3

Describe the micro programming of a processor

4

Understand the concept of memory and I/O organization

5

Explain instruction level parallelism

6

Compare parallel organization of multi-processors and multi-core systems

  Class: SE                              Problem Solving and Object Oriented programming

1

Students will be able to understand the problem solving steps and will able to develop an algorithm using modular programming approach

2

Students will able to compare the different programming structure to solve programming problems 

3

Discover, explore and apply tools and best practices in  object-oriented programming.

4

Apply and analyze the concepts like overloading and inheritance of object oriented aspects to solve complex problems 

5

Understand and organize the problems using different object oriented concepts like friend function and template

6

Understand the exception handling mechanism  can apply in various file managing program

7

Build object models and design software solutions using object-oriented principles and strategies

 Class: SE                                             Digital Electronics and Logic Design

1

Students will be able to Apply knowledge of number systems, codes, Boolean algebra and Characteristics of TTL & CMOS logic gates.

2

Students will be able to Analyze complex logic functions using Boolean algebra or K-Map minimization techniques as well design combinational logic circuits using SSI & MSI chips.

3

Students will be able to Design and Implement Sequential circuits like FF and its conversion, application.

4

Students will be able to Identify basic forms of data movement in shift register, Sequence generator.

5

Students will be able to Design digital circuits using optimization methods like random logic gates, multiplexer, decoder, register, counter, PLA (Programmable Logic Array).

6

Students will be able to use VHDL programming technique with modeling styles for any digital circuits

  Class: SE                                     Fundamentals of Data Structures

1

Use algorithmic foundation for solving problems and programming.

2 Implement basic C program
3 Utilize dynamic memory allocation concepts and  file handling
4 Realize importance of time and space complexity
5 Analyze and implement various searching and sorting algorithm
6 Use linear data structure for sequential organization
7 Apply dynamic memory allocation for implementing linked list
8

Enable with basic programming language knowledge with concept data structure and importance of time complexity which is always used by programmers

  Class: TE                                         Human-Computer Interaction        

1

To explain importance of HCI study and principles of user-centred design (UCD) approach.

2

To develop understanding of human factors in HCI design.

3

To develop understanding of models, paradigms and context of interactions.

4

To design effective user-interfaces following a structured and organized UCD process.

5

To evaluate usability of a user-interface design.

6

To apply cognitive models for predicting human-computer-interactions.

  Class: TE                                                      Operating System            

1

Summarize how Operating System is designed and how it works.

2 Differentiate between Process & thread. Solve process scheduling problems provided the process id and burst time.
3 Analyze classical process synchronization problem and solve deadlock problems using concurrency control mechanisms.
4 Differentiate between different memory partitioning techniques and solve page replacement problems.
5

Summarize organization of I/O functions & Solve disk scheduling problems for a given sequence of disk request. 

6 Summarize process management, memory management, file management and interprocess communication in Linux Operating System.

  Class: TE                                              Theory of Computation                      

1

Acquire a full understanding of Automata Theory as the basis of all computer science

2

Design Deterministic finite automata, Nondeterministic finite automata, E- NFA and convert of NFA to DFA, Construct regular expressions and languages.

3

Analyze the formal relationships among machines, language’s, grammars and classification of languages into their types.

4

Develop Pushdown Automata for different problems.

5

Design Turing machines and understand it’s working.

6

Apply knowledge of automata and languages to differentiate decidability and undecidability.

  Class: TE               Software Engineering and Project Management

1

To identify unique features of various software application domains and classify software applications.

2

To choose and apply appropriate lifecycle model of software development.

3

To describe principles of agile development, discuss the SCRUM process and distinguish agile process model from other process models.

4

To analyze software requirements by applying various modeling techniques

5

To list and classify CASE tools and discuss recent trends and research in software engineering

6

To understand IT project management through life cycle of the project and future trends in IT Project Management

 Class: TE                                         Database Management System         

1

To understand the fundamental concepts of database management. These concepts include aspects of database design, database languages, and database-system implementation

2

To provide a strong formal foundation in database concepts, technology and practice.

3

To give systematic database design approaches covering conceptual design, logical design and an overview of physical design.

4

To be familiar with the basic issues of transaction processing and concurrency control.

5

To learn and understand various Database Architectures and Applications.

6

To understand how analytics and big data affect various functions now and in the future.

   Class: BE                                      Business Analytics and Intelligence        

1

Comprehend the Information Systems and development approaches of Intelligent Systems.

2

Evaluate and rethink business processes using information system

3

Propose the Framework for business intelligence.

4

Get acquainted with the Theories, techniques, and considerations for capturing organizational intelligence

5

Align business intelligence with business strategy

6

Apply the techniques for implementing business intelligence systems.

 Class: BE               Software Testing and Quality Assurance

1

Test the software by applying testing techniques to deliver a product free from bugs.
2

Investigate the scenario and to select the proper testing technique.

3

Explore the test automation concepts and tools and estimation of cost, schedule based on standard metrics.

4 Understand how to detect, classify, prevent and remove defects.
5

Choose appropriate quality assurance models and develop quality.

6 Ability to conduct formal inspections, record and evaluate results of inspections
 Class: BE                              Information and Cyber Security          
 1  Use basic cryptographic techniques in application development. 
 2  Apply methods for authentication, access control, intrusion detection and prevention.
 3  To apply the scientific method to digital forensics and perform forensic investigations. 
 4  To develop computer forensics awareness. 
5  Ability to use computer forensics tools.
 Class: BE                                                  Machine Learning
1

Students will be able to identify the learning problems of classification, pattern recognition, optimization and decision in various fields.

2

Students will be able to design appropriate primitive for identified problems

3

Students will be able to develop and evaluate machine learning models

4

Students will be able to discover effective features.

5

Students will be able to differentiable when learning techniques will perform better instead of applying data mining techniques for solving machine problems.

6

Students will be able to apply suitable learning techniques for predictive and descriptive tasks.

 Class: BE                                         Software Design and Modeling

1

Students will be able to Understand object oriented methodologies, basics of Unified Modeling Language (UML).

2

Students will be able to Understand analysis process, use case modeling, domain/class modeling

3

Students will be able to understand interaction and behaviour modeling.

4

Students will be able to understand design process and business, access and view layer class design

5 Students will be able to understand and list, classify CASE tools and discuss recent trends and research in software engineering.
6

Get started on study of GRASP principles and GoF design patterns.

7

Get started on study of architectural design principles and guidelines in the various type of application development.

POs

Graduate Attributes and Program Outcomes 

Graduate Attributes

Program Outcomes

1.    Engineering Knowledge

a.     An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to Computer Engineering.

2.    Problem Analysis

b.    An ability to define the problems and provide solutions by designing and conducting experiments, interpreting and analyzing data.

3.    Design & Development of Solutions

c.     An ability to design, implement and evaluate a system, process, component and program to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

4.    Investigation of Complex Problem

d.    An ability to investigate, formulates, analyze and provide appropriate solution to the engineering problems.

5.    Modern Tools Usage

e.     An ability to use modern engineering tools and technologies necessary for engineering practices.

6.    Engineer and Society

f.     An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society.

7.    Environment & Sustainability

g.    An ability to understand the environmental issues and provide the sustainable system.

8.    Ethics

h.     An ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility.

9.    Individual & Team work

i.      An ability to function effectively as an individual or as a team member to accomplish the goal.

10. Communication

j.      An ability to communicate effectively at different levels.

11. Lifelong Learning

k.     An ability to keep abreast with contemporary technologies through lifelong learning.

12. Project management & Finance

l.      An ability to apply knowledge of principles of resource management and economics to provide better services in the field of Computer Engg.

 

PEO

 

Programme Educational Objectives

Core Competence: To provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals required to solve engineering problems and also to pursue higher studies. 

Breadth: To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth so as to comprehend, analyse, design, and create novel products and solutions for the real life problems.

Professionalism: To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.

 Learning Environment: To provide student with an academic environment aware of excellence, leadership, written ethical codes and guidelines, and the life-long learning needed for a successful professional career.

Attainment: To prepare students to excel in research or to succeed in industry/technical profession through global, rigorous education and research and to become future entrepreneurs.

  

PSO

 

Program Specific Outcomes

1. Placement: Enhance employability of students through design methodologies, application development tools and building knowledge base in Networking, Database, Web applications, Security etc.

2. Higher Studies:  To prepare students to excel in postgraduate programmers or to succeed in industry by using knowledge of basic programming languages: syntax and semantics, problem analysis etc.

3. Project Development: Acquire ability to identify and solve IT problems by undertaking a team project and to improve communication skill and ability to work in team. Develop confidence for establishing their own IT companies in future.  

4. Life-long Learning: To groom the students to Design, implement, and assess an IT based or computer based system to meet desired needs of society.

 

 

         

AAB

             

Academic Advisory Board

Sr. No.

Name of Person

Designation

1.       

Mr. Anuj Jajoo

(Lead- Education & Research at Infosys, Pune)

Industry Experts

2.       

Mr. Hemant Kumar

Executive, KPIT

3.       

Dr. Jibi Abraham

COEP, CSE/IT, Pune

External Academicians

4.       

 Dr. Arati Dixit

Associate Professor, ACM Chapter, Pune

5.       

Mr. Alok Katariya

 

Alumni

6.       

Mr. Rahil Shaikh

Tech Mainstay Softwares, Pune

7.       

Dr. Preeti Patil

(HOD)

In-house faculty members

8.       

Mr. A. J. Patankar

Senior Faculty of  Department

9.       

Mrs.  Arti Gaikwad

Department Academic Coordinator

10.   

Ms. Shraddha Bhadani (BE)

Students

11.   

Ms. Nidhi Jha (TE)

12.   

Mr. Shubham DavaTe (SE)

 

ICT

Innovative Teaching Learning Practices

Sr. No.

Type of Innovative Teaching Methods

Description

Remarks of Comments etc.

1

Google Classroom

Faculty Members delivers important Concepts using this mode also

Source: Google Inc.

2

MOODLE

Assignments & information is available to students on MOODLE for use

 

3

Gnomio

All faculty members have created course and students are enrolled to these courses. Study material & assignments are available to students for use.

 

4

NPTEL Videos

Effective Teaching is carried out with help of NPTEL Videos also.

Source : IITs

5

Spoken Tutorials

Students are made available with Spoken Tutorials Lectures

 

6

Group Discussion/Pair-Think-Share

In classroom Group Discussion is carried out for effective learning

 

7

Industrial Visits/seminars/Workshop   

Industrial Visits, Seminars, Expert Lecture & Workshop are conducted in order to help students to learn beyond syllabus

  Resource Persons from  Vast Area of Expertization

8

Online Youtube Videos by Faculty

Faculty Members Upload their Teaching Videos

Source: Youtube

9

My Examo

Faculty Members conduct Practice Test for Students

 

10

Websites/Blogs

Faculty members also have their own website / Blogs for sharing Knowledge with student.

 

11

ICT / PPTs   

Use of ICT is also employed by faculty

Source: Self Prepared PPTs

12

Virtual Labs

Use of Virtual Lab is also employed by faculty

Source: COEP,IITs etc.

 

Alumni

Distinguished Alumni

 

Sr. No.

Name

Year of Passing

Designation

Company

1

Sntaji Ghorpage

2003

Senior Support Analyst

IBM

2

Verma Palash                

2006  

Genesis Solution Engineer

Altivon

 3

Kamdar Digant            

   2006     

Lead Consultant  

Capgemini

4

Namrata Rao

2007

Software Lead

QA Consultant

5

Deepika Sachdev

2009

Sr. Consultant

Oracle Apps

6

Nishant Kalbhore

2010

CEO

Kalbhorz Electric

7

Thakkar Hardik                 

2010 

Senior software Engineer

Persistent

8

Raut Ashwajeet        

    2010          

Quality Engineer

HSBC

9

Mayur Patil

2011

Project Associates

Cognizant Technology Solutions pvt. Ltd. India

10

Arvind Nayak

2011

Team Lead

IBM

11

Amit Palange

2011

Database Administrator

Central Railway

12

Manisha More          

    2011          

Module Lead  

Persitent

13

Jojo John Moolayil

2012

Data Scientist

Flutura Decision Science & Analytics

14

Manish Gonnade

2013

Senior System Executive

Cognizant Technology Solutions pvt. Ltd. India

15

Kamlesh Jagdale

2013

Associate Acqisition

Tata technologies

16

Rajmohamed Rahil

2014

CEO and Director

TechMainstay Software Pvt Ltd

17

Sujata Suhag

2015

Senior Software Engineer

Persistent Systems

18

Shantanu Shinde

2015

Associate Software Engineer

Tech Mahindra

19

Sonakshi Khandelwal

2015

Senior Software Engineer

Infosys Ltd

20

Mitanshu

2016

CEO

ART GRAMI

21

Monika Daiyya

2016

System Engineer

TCS

22

Santosh Zanak

2016

Full Stack Developer

Lonar Technologies

23

   Kiran Shinde                   

 2017  

Associate QA Analyst 

Bombardier Transportation

24

Amit Panchakshari               

 2017 

Associate System Engineer 

IBM

25

Amit Khandagale

2017

Big Data Analyst

Saama Techologies

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Testimonial

 

 

Mr. Gunvant Krishna Patil

Year of Passing- 2004

Being graduated from DYPOCE gives me immense pleasure and after my graduation I could see lots of changes in infrastructure, especially the teaching methodology department has improved a lot, all the labs have been improved. The exceptional programs and teaching methodologies backed by practical skills and industry interface have given me the confidence to pursue my career ahead. The college environment provides us a platform where we can develop ourselves uniquely. Currently I am working with Eastwind Networks Pvt Ltd, Pune.

 

 

Mr. Utkarsh Kshirsagar

Year of Passing- 2012

I strongly believe that DYPCOE is one of the best colleges in Pune city. 2008-2012 were the amazing years of my life. We were blessed with the best professors who guided us throughout. The best part was PC assembly workshop which was a great platform to showcase our skills. Technical event Tantrostav gave us opportunity to learn current trends in IT.  I am proud to have been a part of DYP because it has been a pioneer in my all round development. Presently I am working as Manager CD Risk Policy at Bajaj Finance Ltd., Pune.

 

 

Mr. Rahil Shaikh

Year of Passing- 2013

Study environment in D Y Patil COE makes it easy for a student to learn and inculcate the spirit to stand out amongst the talented and hardworking students. Another feather in the cap is the professors that impart quality education to their students. Never can a student find himself lost in a concept and professors not being able to rescue him! I could see lots of changes in infrastructure, especially the Training & Placement department has improved a lot, and all the labs have been improved. The infrastructure of the institute speaks for itself. I would like to guide the students as & when needed. Currently I am working as CEO of TechMainstay Software Pvt. Ltd.

 

 

Mr. Sujit Korde

Year of Passing- 2015

I feel proud to be student of D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, Akurdi. I graduated from Information Technology department in 2015. The days which has been spend in DYPCOE were the golden days of my life and will remember it for rest of my life. All success is due to support of  faculties of the department.

 

 

 Mr. Jelson Chacko

Year of Passing- 2016

It was a great journey at the D. Y. Patil College of Engineering, Akurdi all these years. If there was no teachers' support, I wouldn’t have been in such a position. Their encouragement and immense support were the boosting factors to all my achievements. Currently I am working in CalSoft Pvt Ltd, Pune.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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