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WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING

Degree course offered

B. E. (Computer Science & Engineering)

Course Duration

4 years

Year of Establishnment

2012

Intake

120

Approved by

AICTE, New Delhi

Affiliated to

University of Pune

In view of the revolution in Communication and Computer sector in the world, there is a challenging task ahead for Computer Professionals. Keeping this in view, the Computer Engineering course has emerged as one of the indispensable engineering disciplines.

The Department is equipped with Computer Center, Software Lab and an internet center with ultra modern facilities. The total intake capacity of the department is 120.

Right from its inception in the year 2012, the Department has steadily grown in all spheres in terms of:

Student strength, physical Infrastructure, number of labs - subject wise, as per the rapid upgradations introduced by AICTE in the recent times and progressive changes in syllabi of Pune University,Pune. Brilliant faculty strengthened through qualification improvement programs, human resources in the form of trained supporting staff, all round quality development programs and operating systems for improving upon the functional effectiveness in the department. The Department has well-qualified Faculty Members with various specialization relevant for the industry.

The Department strives to develop long Term relationships with Industries and market the Student's Talents effectively. The Students are thus provided high level 'Leads and Pathways' that enable them to gain access to a broad range of 'high potential' and 'hi-tech' Career Opportunities.

 VISION & MISSION

Vision

1. To produce competent computer professionals having strong fundamental knowledge, technical skills and work ethics.

Mission

1.To promote growth of an individual by imparting comprehensive/ prerequisite knowledge using latest tools and technologies.

2.To inculcate professionalism, social awareness and to promote creativity, research aptitude by mentoring the students.

3.To establish industry institute interaction to enable student to cater to ever changing industry demands and to nurture entrepreneurial qualities.

4.To provide state-of-the-art environment and opportunities for soft skills and professional skills.


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PO'S

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals for the solution of complex problems in mechanical engineering

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex mechanical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO03: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs of mechanical engineering with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal

PO4: 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 conclusion for mechanical engineering problems.

PO5: 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

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with t h e 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.

PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of t h e 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.

PO12: 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 changes.

PEO


PEO'S

1.Graduates will design, analyses and develop engineering solutions that meet the needs of various industries.

2.Graduates will continue their education in engineering an interdisciplinary areas to emerge as experts, educators, entrepreneurs and researchers in their chosen fields.

3.Graduates will work effectively as a part of teams on multidisciplinary projects.

4.Graduates will exhibit strong leadership, inter-personal and communication skills with concern for society and environment.


PSO


PSO's

1: Graduate of programme should be able to demonstrate the  principles and working of the hardware and software aspects of computer systems.

2: Graduate of programme should be able to use professional engineering practices, strategies and tactics for the development, maintenance and testing of software solutions

3:Graduate of programme should be able to provide effective and efficient real time solutions using practical knowledge in IT domain. 


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Department of Computer Engineering

SE sem-I 2018-19

Subject:

Digital Electronics & Logic Design

Subject Code

210242

CO1

Students will be able to use k-map & boolean algebra to illustrate & implement combinational & sequential circuits able to implement combinational & sequential circuits using boolean algebra

CO2

Students will be able to simulate complex digital circuits using ASM & VHDL & also able to verify combinational circuits using PLD & PLA.

CO3

Students will be Able To Compare Different Logic Families & to have introductory knowledge about microcontroller & its programming model.

CO4

Students will be able to describe basic digital ckts & its operation to find effective solution problems.

Subject:

Computer Organization & Architectures

Subject Code

210244

CO1

To define and demonstrate computer organization and architecture concepts related to computer evolution, performance, function, computer arithmetic and memory system.

CO2

To Define and Design Input/Output System, I/O module, DMA Controller and machine instruction sets with its length, formats and addressing modes.

CO3

To Define Computer organizational and fundamental concepts related to basic processing unit

CO4

To Demonstrate computer architecture concepts related to design of processors, memories and I/Os

Subject:

Discrete Mathematics

Subject Code

210241

CO1

students will be able to apply knowledge of sets ,function, relation and induction and other proof techniques towards problem solving

CO2

students will be able to Apply counting principles to determine probabilities.

CO3

students will be able to implement the use of graph and tree in programming application

CO4

students will be able to formulate group codes in coding theory and apply this knowledge in area of network security such as cryptography.

Subject:

Data Structures and Algorithm

Subject Code

210243

CO1

Students will be able to describe basic data structure and analyze algorithms

CO2

Students will be able to implement Array & Linked List Data structure to solve various problems

CO3

Students will able to describe abstract data structures such as stack, queue and able to manage memory using static and dynamic allocations.

CO4

Students will be able to solve problem by selecting appropriate sorting and searching algorithm

Subject:

Object Oriented Programming

Subject Code

210245

CO1

Students will be able to discuss and demonstrate various object oriented features and associated libraries in c++ programming

CO2

Students will be able Explain and implement concepts like Overloading, Constructors, Destructors in c++

CO3

Students will be able to Explain and implement pointers and its concepts, File I/O and command line arguments in C++ programming.

CO4

Students will be able to Model classes and template in application and perform exception handling.

TE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Software Engineering and Project Management

Subject Code :

310243

CO1

Students will be able to select appropriate model for developing a software project

CO2

Able to capturing, specifying, visualizing and analyzing software requirements and able to identify the unique features of various domains and design the model for software project

CO3

Able to describe the basic concept of software engineering used in IT industry and able to apply basic quality attributes in SDLC

CO4

Able to Plan, schedule and execute a project considering the risk management.

CO5

Able to apply various testing technique on different level of software project development

Subject:

Theory of Computation

Subject Code

310241

CO1

Students will be able to identify problems and solve it based on input using grammar rules and constraints

CO2

Students will be able to design deterministic and nondeterministic turning machine for all input and output.

CO3

Students will be able to design deterministic and nondeterministic push down automata for all input and output.

CO4

Students will be able to identify all tractable and intractable problems.

Subject:

Data Base Management System

Subject Code

310242

CO1

student will understand basic of database models.

CO2

student will learn to write different SQL queries on relational database.

CO3

student will understand transaction concept of database.

CO4

student will learn parallel and distributed databases.

Subject:

Information Systems & Engineering Economics

Subject Code

310244

CO1

Student will be able to explain the need, usage and importance of Information systems to an organization

CO2

Student will be able to describe various Information System like ERP,CRM etc. and the issues in successful implementation of these technology solutions in any organisation

CO3

Student will be able to solve problems related to present worth, future worth and annual worth analysis of one or more economic alternatives

CO4

Student will be able to explain the effect of depreciation and income taxes, project cash flows and financial statements.

Subject:

Computer Network

Subject Code

310245

CO1

Students will able to discuss the fundamental concepts of networking standards, protocols and technologies.

CO2

Students will able to distinguish different techniques for framing, error control, flow control and routing.

CO3

Students will able to demonstrate role of protocols at various layers in the protocol stacks.

CO4

Students will be able to develop an understanding of modern network architectures from a design and performance perspective

BE SEM-I 2018-19

Subject:

Artificial Intelligence & Robotics

Subject Code

 410242

CO1

Students will be able to identify and apply suitable intelligent agents for various AI Applications

CO2

Students will be alble to design smart system using informed and uninformed search

CO3

Students will be able to identify knowledge associated with AI and plan a strategy to solve a given problem.

CO4

Students will be alble to apply the suitable algorithms to solve AI problems.

Subject:

High Performance Computing

Subject Code

 410241

CO1

1. To Understand performance bottelnecks & Improvement arguments

CO2

2. Design parallel algorithm for higher performance and issue related to it

CO3

3. to learn Advance Techniques to improve performance using parallel, distributed algorithms & Hardwares

CO4

4  to study different parallel computing platforms

CO5

5 to measure and analyse performance of different algorithms

Subject:

Data Analytics

Subject Code

 410243

CO1

students will be able to understand data analytic life cycle for the data science projects

CO2

Students will be able to write case studies in Business Analytics and Intelligence using mathematical models

CO3

Students will be able to present a survey and advanced analytical methods for clustering and classification

CO4

Students will be able to provide problem solutions for multi-core or distributed, concurrent/Parallel environments.

Subject:

ELECTIVE1: Data Mining and warehousing

Subject Code

410244(D)

CO1

To Understand the fundamentals of Data Mining

CO2

To Identify the appropriateness and need of mining the data along with models and data representation

CO3

To Learn the pre-processing minig, and post processing  of the data

CO4

To understand various methods, techniques and algorithms in data minig

Subject:

Elective1: Pervasive & Ubiquitous computing

Subject Code

410244(D)

CO1

Explain characteristics and principles of Pervasive computing

CO2

Analyze and estimate the impact of pervasive computing on future computing applications and society

CO3

Develop skill sets to propose solutions for problems related to pervasive computing system

CO4

Design a preliminary system to meet desired needs within the constraints of a particular problem space

Subject:

Elective 2: Mobile Communication

Subject Code

410245(B)

CO1

Students will able to analyze mobile communication and different modes

CO2

Students will able to discuss GSM/CDMA architecture of mobile communication, Mobile devices

CO3

Students will able to analyze cellular network for mobile communication

CO4

Students will be able to discuss different generations mobile communications

Subject:

Elective 2: Software Testing & Quality Assurance

Subject Code

410245(B)

CO1

Define and describe fundamental concepts in software testing such as manual testing,
 automation testing and software quality assurance

CO2

Design and develop project test plan, design test cases, test data, and conduct test operations.

CO3

Apply selenium automation tool for various software testing for testing software.

CO4

Discuss different approaches of quality management, assurance, and quality standard
 of software.

SE sem-II 2017-18

Subject:

Engg. Mathematics -III

Subject Code

207003

CO1

Student will able to solve higher order linear differential equation using appropriate techniques for modeling and analysing electrical circuits.

CO2

Students will be able to solve problems related to Fourier Transform, Z-Transform and applications to signal and image processing.

CO3

Student will be expected to learn  basic concepts of statistics and its applications for data analysis.

CO4

Student will be expected to learn  basic concepts of probability and probability distributions as Binomial, Poisson and Normal .

CO5

Students will able to perform vector differentiation and integration to analyze the vector fields and apply to compute line, surface and volume integral.

CO6

Students will able to Analyze conformal mappings, transformations and perform contour integration of complex functions required in image processing, digital filters and computer graphics.

Subject:

Computer Graphics

Subject Code

210251

CO1

Students will be able to demonstrate the basic concepts and algorithms of computer graphics for generating and rendering graphical figures such as line & circles

CO2

Students will be able to demonstrate the polygon filling and clipping concepts.

CO3

Students will be able to interpret mathematics and logic to develop graphical transformations for simple graphic operations.

CO4

Students will be able to implement various methods and techniques regarding projections, segment, shading, reflection, illumination, lighting, Curves & fractals.

CO5

Students will be able to use the concepts to develop animation and gaming programs with the help of OpenGL

Subject:

Advance Data Structures

Subject Code

 210252

CO1

Students will be able to discuss and apply amortised analysis on data structures, including binary search trees.

CO2

Students will be able to do major graph algorithms and their analyses. Employ graphs to model engineering problems, when appropriate.

CO3

Students develop knowledge of basic data structures for storage and retrieval of ordered or unordered data.

CO4

Describe the hash function and concepts of collision and its resolution methods & applications of Data Structures.

Subject:

Microprocessors

Subject Code

 210253

CO1

Students will be able to apply the assembly language programming to develop small real life embedded application.

CO2

Students will be able to interpret the architecture of the advanced processor thoroughly to use the resources for programming

CO3

Students will be able to interpret the higher processor architectures descended from 80386 architecture

CO4

Students will be able to apply knowledge of interconnection of Input and output devices

Subject:

Principles of Programming Language

Subject Code

210254

CO1

Students will be able to learn the software development process and concept of syntax and semantics of language.

CO2

Students will be able to analyze different programming paradigms

CO3

 

CO4

To discuss the basics of object oriented programming language

CO5

To demonstrate the principles of object oriented programming using JAVA

CO6

To use the concept of exception handling and develop the programming using applet

TE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Embedded  Systems & Internet of  Things

Subject Code

310252:

CO1

Ability to design IoT based architectural model for specified requirement

CO2

Ability to implement IoT based architectural model for specified requirement

CO3

To learn and Solve the given societal challenge using IoT.

CO4

Identify the best suitable available technologies and devices for stated IoT challenge

Subject:

Design & Analysis of Algorithms

Subject Code

 310250

CO1

Student will be able to solve the problem using mathematical abilities

CO2

Student will be able to apply algorithmic strategies while solving problems.

CO3

Student will be able to Analyze the asymptotic performance of algorithms

CO4

Student will be able to find optimal solution by applying various methods

Subject:

Web Technology

Subject Code

 310254

CO1

Analyze and apply the role of mark-up languages like HTML, CSS & XML

CO2

Apply and create client-side & server-side technologies

CO3

Analyze and build dynamic web pages using server-side programming like PHP and AJAX controls and frameworks.

CO4

Develop solution to complex problems using appropriate method, technologies, web services and content management.

Subject:

Software Modelling and Design

Subject Code

 310253

CO1

Analyze the problem statement (SRS) and choose proper design technique for designing web-based/ desktop application

CO2

Design and analyze an application using static and dynamic modelling as fundamental tool

CO3

Apply software architectures to design and design patterns to understand reusability in OO design

CO4

Decide and apply appropriate modern testing tool for testing web-based/desktop application

Subject:

Systems Programming and Operating System

Subject Code

 310251

CO1

Analyze and synthesize system software

CO2

Use tools like LEX & YACC.

CO3

Implement operating system functions

BE SEM-II 2017-18

Subject:

Mobile Computing

Subject Code

 410451(1)

CO1

Students will able to analyze wireless networks and mobile computing

CO2

Students will able to discuss architecture of mobile communication, Mobile devices and mobile operating system

CO3

Students will able to analyze different layers of TCP/IP model for mobile communication

CO4

Students will be able to discuss data delivery, data dissemination and data
 synchronization mechanisms

Subject:

High Performance Computing

Subject Code

 410450

CO1

To Understand performance bottelnecks & Improvement arguments

CO2

Design parallel algorithm for higher performance and issue related to it

CO3

to learn Advance Techniques to improve performance using parallel, distributed algorithms & Hardwares

Subject:

Business Analytic and Intelligence

Subject Code

410452(A)

CO1

Discuss the use of decision support system, Business Intelligence system and its applications in various domains.

CO2

Write case studies in Business Analytic and Intelligence using mathematical models

CO3

Present a survey on applications for Business Analytic and Intelligence.

CO4

Write problem solutions for multi-core or distributed concurrent/Parallel environments.

Subject:

Software Design Methodologies &Testing

Subject Code

 410449

CO1

To create a requirements model using UML class notations and use cases based on statements of user requirements

CO2

students will be able to to apply principle and strategies of design pattern

CO3

students will be able to create object oriented design for a system from the requirements model in terms of high level architecture description

CO4

students will be able to perform various forms of software testing.

Subject:

Cyber Security

Subject Code

 410451(4)

CO1

Student will be able to develop problem solving abilities using Cyber Security

CO2

Student will be able to apply algorithmic strategies for cyber security

CO3

Student will be able to develop time and space e
cient algorithms

CO4

Student will be able to study algorithmic examples in distributed, concurrent and parallel environments



Distinguished Alumni

  Alumni Details:

Sr. No.

 Name of     Alumni

Pass out Year

  Designation

  Organization

 Contact No

1

Akshay Thorat

2017

Software Engineer

Capgemini Pvt. Ltd.

9881399977

2

Shubham Jagtap

2017

Associate Cloud Support Engineer

Silicus Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

9860818645

3

Savita Choudhari

2017

Service in IT Industry

SGS Technical Services

9371013277

4

Shubham Shaw

2017

software engineer

tech mahendra

7841026060

5

Akash Jadhav

2017

graduate engg trainee

johnson control, yerawda

9403355908

6

Amardeep Yadav

2017

Service in IT Industry

sagitech solutionsPvt Ltd

7767060947

7

Akash Kumar

2016

Entrepreneur

Purified Water Plant, Pune

 8421675431

8

Shubham Kale

2016

MS (Computer Science)

California state university

9762909653

9

Neel Shah

2016

IT Service

Persistent Systems Limited

7875192758

10

Abhijeet D. Nagarsoge

2016

Assistant Software Engineer

TCS, Hinjewadi, Pune

8149609948

11

Neeraj N. Ghongade

2016

Assistant Software Engineer

TCS, Hinjewadi, Pune

9689910254

12

Sanket Kshirsagar

2016

MS (computer Science)

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago

9503244484






























































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MOU



MOU Listing is as follows:

Academic Year 2018-19

Sr. No

Name  of organization

Valid Years

1.       

Redhat

Life Time

2.       

IBM

Life Time

3.       

NASCCOM

Life Time

4.       

Inportia IT Solutions Pvt Ltd

Life Time

5.       

IRT Pvt Ltd.

Life Time

6.       

Microspectra Software Technologies Private Limited

Life Time


Academic Year 2017-18                                             

Sr. No

Name  of organization

Valid Years

1

Virtusa

Life Time


Academic Year 2016-17

Sr. No

Name  of organization

Valid Years

1

Pariksha Co.

Life Time

2

Xcelerator

Life Time


Academic Year 2015-16


Sr. No

Name  of organization

Valid Years

1

College of Engineering

5

2

Engineering Cluster

3

3

Opulent Technology

5


COE


Training of Trainer(ToT) on Introduction on COE- CORE Practice, by Virtusa Polaris, Chennai

Venue                           :    Virtusa Polaris, Chennai         

Date                              :    3rd and 4th August, 2017          

Organizing Team         :    Virtusa Polaris, Chennai

 Subject: Report on “Train the Trainer” Program conducted on 3rd and 4th August, 2017, organized by Vitusa Polaris, Chennai

Title:“ Train the Trainer, Introduction on COE- CORE Practice ”.

Day: Thursday and Friday                                                     

Date: 3rd and 4th August, 2017 

No. of Faculty Attended:

Mrs. TanujaLonhari( AsstProf,ComputerDept)

Mrs. MilyLal( AsstProf,ComputerDept)

Brief introduction of the program:

As a  part of the Center of Excellence (COE)  initiative  Virtusa Polaris had organized a two-day  training  program  “Train the Trainer”. The purpose of this training was to communicate to the colleges expections of VirtusaPolaris from the students that are selected under COE. In the earlier model, colleges would bulk recruit  students from various colleges. Since the selected students are not job-ready, they would need to be trained on various  programming skills as well as business domains.  This would take anywhere between three to six months. The students will not be billable for that duration. So, the organization would not gain any revenue from the students plus they  will have to bare all the training costs for the student. This model is no longer being economical for the organization due to the tough market condition. So,Virtusa Polaris has come up with a new model in which they have partnered with few selected educational institutions from where they will select some students based on some selection criteria. Since the educational institutions have the required infrastructure and setup, they will impart necessary training to enhance programming skills of the students. When these students join the organization, they will be given some basic training about business domain and can be made job-ready as soon as possible. 

Day 1: Morning Session: Briefing of COE –Core Practice and Discussion over Module 1 of COE Syllabus.

           Afternoon Session: Hands-on Demo of E-Box Assessment Tool based on Module 1 of COE.

Day 2: Morning Session:  Discussion over Module 2 & 3 of COE Syllabus.

           Afternoon Session: Hands-on Demo of E-Box Assessment Tool based on Module 2 & 3 of COE.

           Briefing of the Virtusa Placement Procedure and their expectations from 2018 and 2019 pass-out batch

  COE Curriculum

Day 

MODULE

TOPICS COVERED

DURATION IN HRS

1

SE -UML

SDLC Overview,Models & Modeling

9:00 

2

SE -UML

UML Diagram

9:00 

3

SQL

RDBMS Fundamentals , Normal Forms & introduction to Oracle

9:00

4

SQL

Data Retrival , Restriction and Sorting, Single row functions , Multiple row & Group Functions

9:00

5

SQL

Join ,Sub queries & Set operators, Correlated Subqueries DDL,DCL DML & TCL

9:00

6

SQL

Other Schema Objects  - views, Index & synonyms

9:00

7

PLSQL

Introduction to PLSQL & Language Features

9:00

8

PLSQL

Contorl Structures , Sub Programs & Cursor

9:00

9

PLSQL

Packages , Exception & performance tuning

9:00

10

Core Java

OOPS,Java Introduction & Language Fundamentals

9:00

11

Core Java

Introduction to Java API, Strings

9:00

12

Core Java

Inheritance & Polymorphism

9:00

13

Core Java

Abstract Class , Interfaces & Exception Handling

9:00

14

Core Java

IO Streams

9:00

15

Core Java

Collection FrameWork & Generics In Java

9:00

16

Core Java

Mulit-threading

9:00

17

Core Java

Comparing Java Version 7 and 8.0, Introduction to 8.0

9:00

18

Core Java - JDBC

Developing Applications for the Java™ SE Platform - JDBC

9:00

19

Core Java

Apache Commons & Google Guava +Cache+4. Coding style best practices

9:00

20

Unit Testing

Unit Testing with Junit

9:00

21

Unit Testing

Mockito with Junit

9:00

22

HTML 5

HTML, Introduction to building a web page, Creating HTML Documents

9:00

23

CSS

Intro to CSS, Adding images, More CSS techniques,

9:00

24

CSS

Organizing information with tables and definition lists, creating layouts

9:00

25

Javascript

Javascript Basics

9:00

26

Project Work

 

9:00

27

Project Work

 

9:00

28

Project Work

 

9:00

29

Project Work

 

9:00

30

Project Work

 

9:00


 Photo: COE Train the Trainer Participants from various parts of the country:

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