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MESCOEE&TC Dept. NewsletterVol.2, issue 3,DEC 2011- MAY2012MODERN EDUCATION SOCIETY’S COLLEGE OFENGINEERING, PUNE-01Phone No:020 - 2616 3831Email Id :principal@mescoepune.orgWebsite: www.mescoepune.orgCONTENTS1.2.PATRON :From H.O.D’s Desk .2From Editor’s Desk .2 DepartmentalActivities 3 Guest lectures Workshops Industrial tour3. NSS Activities . .54. Staff Achievements .65. Students achievements .76. T& P Activities7. SAGA’128. Roboclub Activities9. JHANKAR 201210. Women’s Day celebrationVol.No2 Issue- 3 Dr.L.G.Navale (Principal)Prof.A.J.Hake (Vice-Principal)EDITOR : Prof.Mrs.K.S.TiwariDEPARTMENTAL STAFF: Prof. Mrs. P. P.Mane(H.O.D)Prof . Mrs. M.P.DaleProf. P.B. ChopadeProf. Mrs. N. MasoodProf. Mrs. A.N.KhanProf. Mrs. B.M.NaruteProf. P.N.KotaProf.S.N.DharwadkarProf.Mrs.K.S.TiwariProf .Mrs.A. DhavilikarProf.Mrs.R.S.KadamProf.Mrs.Y. M.AjgarProf. .U.BombleE&TC Dept NewsletterPage 1

FROM THE H.O.D’S DESKGreetings to friends and faculty!As the first semester of the college academic year unfolds, we would do well toreflect on a number of important and exciting developments at ourdepartment. First, congratulations to our students who earned good marks intheir first semester. A hearty “well done!” to Prof. P.N.Kota and Prof.K.S.Tiwari for achieving research grants from University of Pune.The last fewyears have seen many changes here at MESCOE and I am now pleased toreport that we are entering a phase of consolidation. For this I would like tothank our dear students, faculty and the supporting staff. Special thanks toPrincipal, Dr. L.G.Navale, Vice Principal Prof. A.J.Hake, Registrar Mr.VitthalRahane and HODs and Faculty of all the departments of MESCOE.Our SE student numbers have stabilized at 120, our academic results wereoutstanding, our students outperformed in co-curricular and extra-curricularactivities, and now our focus can move from growth to establishing thestandards and systems needed to properly maintain the department.In this process I expect the hard work of our students and the support of theteaching faculty and non-teaching staff of the department.Working with our wonderful community of students and staff, we will make2012-13 a year to remember!Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 2

FROM THE EDITOR’S DESKAs the editor of the Newsletter, I welcome all the readers and contributors,many ofwhomare personally known to me, and many others with whom I nowwish to make anongoing acquaintance.Technical Education is one of the important pillars ofHigher Education sectoras it imparts practical knowledgeto its students to build infrastructure asingindustrialproductivity, and improving the overall quality of life forthe people,Technical Education also creates professionalsin architecture, management,applied arts & crafts, hotelmanagement and catering technology.In E&TC, at MESCOE, we all strive hard to impart not only good quality oftechnical education to our future engineers, but also inculcate good moralvalues in them, so that they will become a good human being and contributetowards betterment of our country. This goes with saying of renowned leader,Father of the nation , Mahatma Gandhi :“Literary education is of novalue, if it is not able to buildup a sound character.”Our Department also sees to it that departmental staff knowledge level ismaintained at par with industry people by conducting workshops for them, asa part of which a 2 days state level workshop in collaboration with Benchmarkwas conducted on RF and optical fiber communication. Ourdepartmentalintake has increased from 60 to 120, kudos to our Patrons for it!I hope to this newsletter will provide a brief report of all activities conductedin this duration.Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 3

3. Departmental Activities:This semester our Department conducted various workshop and GuestLectures for students.3.1Guest Lectures:3.1.1 Artificial IntelligenceA Guest lecture was given by Mr.Prof.Nilesh J. Uke, Chairman of ArtificialIntelligenceto B.E.(E&TC) students on 3rd April 2012.The objectives ofworkshop was to give examoriented guidance of Artificial Intelligence subjectto students . Also being a newly introduced Subject in the curriculum of B.Estudents,few difficult topics were also covered by him. Students gained theknowledge about questions related to university exam and how to solve thequestions.Prof.P.P.Mane felicitating Prof.NileshUkeVol.No2 Issue- 3Prof.NileshUke delivering lectureE&TC Dept NewsletterPage 4

3.2Workshops3.2.1 RF and Optical Fiber CommunicationName of Activity:State Level Two DayWorkshop on ”MeasurementTechniques in Optical & R.F. Communication ” on 9th and 10th Jan 2012Objectives: Industry –Academia interactionDetails of activity:This workshop was organized by the Department ofElectronics & Telecommunication in association with Agilent Technologies,Benchmark Electronic system and Synergy Measurement TechnologiesPvt.Ltd. The workshop was supported by the Chief ConvenorDr.L.G.NavalePrincipal and Chief-Patron Prof.A.J.Hake –Vice Principaland theConvenorProf.P.P.Mane –Head of Dept.This activity was co-ordinated byProf.Nabegha Masood and Prof.P.N.Kota.Partially the workshop was sponsored by the associated industries asmentioned above along with the college. The resource faculties were from theindustry. The audiences were the teaching faculties from various engineeringcolleges from all over the state.The activity included lecture series on Optical and R.F.Communicationfollowed by practical demonstration and training on the measuringinstruments by industry experts of Agilent Technologies, Benchmarkelectronic system and Synergy Measurement Technologies Pvt.Ltd.The workshop was designed to cover the following aspects: Fundamental in fiber optical communicationIntroduction to OTDR,EDFA,WDM &CDFiber Optics for Digital CommunicationHands on experience in OFS-BenchmarkR.F.Measurement FundamentalsTools for R.F.MeasurementInterpreting results using R.F.Spectrum analyzerR.F.Lab trainer-AgilentVol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 5

Dr.L.G.Navale Felicitating chief Guest ofworkshop ,Prof.DeosarkarWamanJoglekar and his teammates conducting workshop3.2.2 A one day workshop on Personality Development for F.E GirlsOne day workshop on Personality Development of F.E girls was held on6/3/2012, Monday under the Board of Student Welfare Scheme, Universityof Pune, in MES college of Engineering,Pune and it was organized by Prof.Mrs. P.P.Mane ,Prof.Mrs. V.J.Sonawane ,Prof. Mrs. ShraddhaKhonde.The workshop was organized in Morning & Evening sessions. TheEminent speakers in the morning session were Dr. Omeshshukla,TejgyanFoundation & In the afternoon session, the session Dr. VrushaliRandhir,Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 6

Associate Professor Ness Wadia College of commerce respectively. TargetAudience was 95 girls from First year engineering.Objectives of the one day workshop were1. To enhance the hidden qualities in the girls like leadership,interpersonal skills, presentation skills.2. To develop positive approach towards life.The workshop was inaugurated at 10.00am by Vice Principal Prof. A.J. Hake, MES College of Engineering, Dr. Omesh Shukla, AnjuSethi, Dr.Pratibhajawale, Tejgyan foundation, Prof. A.S.Purandare , Prof.S.B.Sharma.Prof. Mrs. P. P. Mane gave Welcome speech.The Guest of honor wasDr. OmeshShukla.The session was on developing positive attitude towardslife. He focused on the concept of Iceberg. The session was wonderful.DrPratibhaJawale and AnjuSethi assisted Dr Shukla for conduction ofinteractive session.In afternoon session Vice Principal A. J. Hake felicitated Guest of honor Dr.VrushaliRandhir. She concentrated on enhancing hidden qualities of girls.The session was interactive. The qualities like leadership, punctuality,presentation skill, team work are enhanced. All the girls participated &enjoyed the session.The Vice Principal Prof. A. J. Hake guided about different areas of life inwhich values are added.Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 7

All F.E. Girls attending personality development workshop3.3Industrial Tour3.3.1 Visit to Elecrama-2012Objectives: To make students aware of the recent technologies in the fieldof industrial electronics and automation.Details of activity: The students of S.E (ETC) and T.E. (ETC) along with thestaff members visited the international exhibition by IEEEMA held atMUMBAI EXHIBITION CENTRE . The students got an opportunity tointeract with the Technocrats, Manufacturers and Vendors and were ableto obtain information on the latest technology.Date of Activity: 21-01-2012The following staff members attended the exhibition and co-ordinated thevisit:Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 8

1.Prof.Vijayalakshmi2. Shinde6.Mr.Kuri7.Mr.ShahuJadhav8.Mr.YeoleOutcome: Students obtained a good exposure to the projects developed bystudents of polytechnic and engineering students of all over the country.The best projects were selected and displayed in the exhibition. This hasmotivated the students to participate in the students pavilion inELECRAMA-2013.Staff members in ELECRAMA visitStudents with Prof Vijyalaksmi inELECRAMA visit3.3.2 Visit to GMRT- SCIENCE EXHIBITION, KHODAD,NARAYANGAONObjectives: To interact with the-interdisciplinary department of astronomyand understand the working of GIANT METER WAVE RADIO TELESCOPESDetails of activity: The students of T.E. (ETC)) along with the staff membersvisited the national science exhibition held at GMRTcampus,KHODAD. Thestudents got an opportunity to interact with the scientist of TATA INSTITUTEVol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 9

OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH and astronomers from NCRA and IUCAA andwere able to obtain information on the GMRT OBSERVATORY. The studentsgot to see the ARRAY OF 30 PARABOLOC DISH ANTENNAE and understand itsworking. At the exhibition venue students got to see the projects on display.The projects were made by students of science and engineering background.Date of Activity: 29-02-2012The following staff members attended the exhibition and co-ordinated thevisit:1.Prof.Vijayalakshmi3.Prof.Nabegha Masood2. Prof.P.B.Chopade4.Mr.S.B.Shinde5.Mr.YeoleiOutcome: Students got to see the projects developed and displayed by theengineering and science students from all over the state. This has motivatedthe students to complete their mini projects at T.E. level and also their B.E.projects in advance so that they can get an opportunity to display theirprojects on the Science Day at GMRT-KHODAD. The students got anopportunity to interact with the scientist and astronomers and gaininformation on the UNIVERSAL LAWS OF SCIENCE.Not only the students but also the staff was motivated to study a short termcourse in astronomy being conducted by NCRA-TIFR at the Pune Universitycampus. The staff obtained information on the summer and winter school onresearch programscalled as VISITING STUDENT RESEARCHPROGRAMME(VSRP) in astronomy being conducted by TIFR.The staff also learnt that the scientist and astronomers conduct guest lecturesfor visiting students on their campus. Our institute can also arrange for thesame. We were informed that we can contact the academic co-ordinator atNCRA-TIFR for the same.Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 10

Students of T.E & B.E at GMRT ,NarayangaonStaff members at GMRT , Narayan Gaon3.3.3 Visit to DRDO EXHIBITION, R&D(DIGHI) PUNEObjectives: To interact with the outside world-interdisciplinary departmentof the army research & developmentDetails of activity: The students of S.E(ETC) , T.E. (ETC)& B.E(ETC) alongwith the staff members visited the DRDO exhibition held at R&D –Dighicampus,Pune. The students got an opportunity to interact with thescientist of R & D dept of DRDO and were able to obtain information on thewarfare technology used by the army. The students got to see the warfareequipments using Robotics ,applied electronic application used in the mannedvehicle & automation technology in the unmanned armed vehicles.Application of Power electronics such as an equipment having variable speedconstant voltage and constant frequency. Besides the applied electronicstechnology ,students got to see the biological and chemical warfare technologyused by the army.Date of Activity: 4-02-2012The following staff members attended the exhibition and co-ordinated thevisit:1.Prof.VijayalakshmiVol.No2 Issue- 32. Prof.P.P.ManeE&TC Dept NewsletterPage 11

3.Prof.Nabegha Masood4.Prof.Usha Boble5.Mr.KuriOutcome: Students obtained a good exposure to the projects developed byour Indian scientists. The students got an opportunity to see the armyequipment & gain information on how the field of mechanical engineering,electronics engineering, bio technology ,chemical engineering ,Robotics &software engineering are used in the development of warfare equipments.This may motivate the students to join the defence institute such as DIAT andpursue government jobs in the DRDO and ISRO.3.3.4 Visit to BSNL ,PUNEAn industrial visit of B.E students to BSNL was organized by Prof . BhartiNarute.4. NSS ACTIVITIES4.1Rang Panchmi celebration program with AIDS children wasorganized.The Objective was to To generate the awareness about AIDSand how to deal with AIDS affected persons.NSS students celebratedRangpanchmi with AIDS affected students which is held by Bhoi,’spratishthan.4.2Women’s day was celebrated by arranging a lecture of Prof.VrushaliRandhir on “MahilaBachat Gat” and the objective was to Togenerate the awareness about women’s rights.5. STAFF ACHIEVEMENTS: Prof. P.P.Mane :i. Presented a paper titled. Mobile operated Pelican Robot“National Conference on Innovative Paradigms at S.B.JainCollege of Engg, Technology and Management on 28thJanuary,2012.Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 12

ii. Presented a paper , Optimization of gap between VisualFeatures and high level Human Semantics in Content BasedImage Retrieval National Conference SCITECH-2012 atS.B.Patil College of Engineering, Pune, on 6th- 7th January2012iii. . Wireless Pelican Robot, International Conference on RecentTechnologies 2012(ICORT-2012), at Institute of Knowledge,Pune, on 9th -10th -11th February 2012.iv. Mobile Operated Pelican Robot. IJCA Proceedings on NationalConference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering andTechnology (NCIPET 2012) ncipet(5): 6-9, March 2012.Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York,USA.v. Reviewed a paper titled “An analytical Comparison betweenDynamic Ranges Based OFDM System for Reduction of Peak toAverage Power Ratio (PAPER)” .inNational Conference onInnovative Paradigms at S.B.Jain College of Engg, Technologyand Management on 28th January,2012 . Prof .M.P.Dalei. Published a paper on "A Single Sensor Hand Geometry andPalm Texture Fusion for Person Identification", inInternational Journal for Computer Application (IJCA), Vol. 42,No. 7, March 2012, ISSN 0975-8887, pp. 11-16.ii. Reviewer for International Journal on Pattern Recognitioniii. Reviewer for Int. Conference on Intelligent & AdvancedSystems ICIAS2012iv. Reviewer for National Conference on Machine vision andImage Processingv. Given Expert lecture on 32 bit processor at AISSMS’s IOIT forTE E&TC studentsvi. Given Expert lecture on Palm as Biometric at COEP to M.Tech.studentsvii. Judge for ePGCON, conference for PG students of Pune Univ. Prof.P.N.KotaVol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 13

i. Prof .P.N.Kota submitted research proposal on his Ph.D workand received a grant of Rs. 2.1 lacs. Kudos to him!!!. Prof.K.S.Tiwarii. Presented a paper onReduct Generation from BinaryDiscernibility Matrix: An Hardware Approach in aninternational conference on computer vision and computingICCCV 2012 at Singapore on 9-10 June.ii. Published a paper in an International conference onEngineering Research and applications (ICERA-2012), titledsequential circuit elements using reversible logic during 10-12March 2012 at Godavari college of Engg ,Jalgaon.iii. A Research proposal on Rough set processor design forcontrol and automotive applications, submitted BCUD Punewas accepted and a grant of Rs.1.5 lac was received. Prof.R.S.Kadam&Prof.A.N.KHANi. A National level workshop was attended by Prof. Kadam onlatest trends in image processing in RajashriShahu college ofEngineering, Pune in Jan 2012. Prof.S.S.Pansare:i. Attended workshop on Innovative practices in teachingorganized by MESCOE, Pune on 23rd feb 2011.ii. Attended workshop on measurement techniques in RF &Optical communication organized by MESCOE, Pune on 9&10th Jan 2011.iii. Attended workshop on Fundamentals of electronics&telecommunication organized by JSPM, Pune on 6 &7thfeb 2011.Vol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 14

Prof.P.H.Mohite :i. Presented paper at a National conference in Indira College ofEngineering and S.B.V.P college titled Scalable Image codingusing EZW algorithm .ii. He also presented paper titled Performance analysis ofwavelet for image compression at ICORT,Pune in anInternational Conference.iii. He won first prize in an IEEE project competition on signaland image processing at COEP . Kudos to him!!!!6. StudentsAchievements:i. Rima Fernandes and AishwaryaDeshmukh of B.E.E&TCPresented a paper in an International conference onEngineering Research and applications (ICERA-2012), titledsequential circuit elements using reversible logic during 1012 March 2012 at Godavari college of Engg , Jalgaon.It wastheir B.E.Project work under the guidance of Mrs.K.S.Tiwariii. ShivrajRathod,MangeshDhakane and Priyanka Deosarkarpresented their B.E. project work under the guidance ofProf.Nabegha, in an international conference on ElectricalEngineering and computer Science(ICEES) held at Goa on &April 2012 .The paper titled High Gain , Enhance BandwidthMicro strip Antenna Design Will be published in a journaltoo. Also they all received Interscience Young InvestigatorAward for best presentation in the conference.They alsoparticipated in IMPETUS and CONCEPTS 2012 (Nationallevel Technical Symposium) at PICT, Pune.They alsoparticipated in M-pulse 2012 organized by P.E.S Moderncollege of Engg, Pune-05 from 13-15 Feb 2012.iii. Atman Mehta of B.E. E&TC received second prize in IEEEproject competition on signal and image processing at COEPunder the category of under graduate students.Theywereguided by Prof.S.N.Dharwadkar for the same.7.T& P Activity: Prof.S.N.DharwadkarVol.No2 Issue- 3coordinator of departmentalE&TC Dept NewsletterT&PPage 15

Activities , facilitated in smooth conduction of placement ofstudents. Our T&P cell is improving and so are ourplacements too. T&P cell along with SEED Infotechconducted a test on “C” for all department students of allyear. The table shown below summarizes the placementrecord of the academic year 2011-12.8. SAGA-12 :SAGA 2012 was a huge success which saw the crowd of more than 500students from MESCOE as well as outside colleges. There were lots oftechnical as well as non-technical activities carried out under SAGA-12which included KnowElex,OhmFactor,Walk through the Gates, Play withopamps,Minirobo War , Tech Paparazzi,Makesite,CPU Assembly,Codefury,Contraption, Lathe's Fight, 3D Warz,Google Whack,PiezoPower, Pirates of the Caribbean,Makesite,Naughty Networks,Paths OfGlory, Death Race etc. It was conducted during 23-25 Feb 2012 .Itreceived an overwhelming response from students of our college. AllVol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 16

B.E. Students managed and coordinated the activities with juniorssmoothly. The total expenditure of SAGA-12 was 1.5 lacs .Inauguration of SAGA 2012 , all dignitaries on DiasVol.No2 Issue- 3E&TC Dept NewsletterPage 17

SAGA 2012 SCHEDULE9. Roboclub Activity :An Autonomous workshop was conducted by Senior Roboclub members andAlumni Mr. Saurav on 10th and 11th March 2012.It got overwhelmingresponse and many student

ConvenorProf.P.P.Mane –Head of Dept.This activity was co-ordinated by Prof.Nabegha Masood and Prof.P.N.Kota. Partially the workshop was sponsored by the associated industries as mentioned above along with the college. The resource faculties were from the industry. The audiences were the teaching faculties from various engineering

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