Mechanical Engg. Department conducted a certificate course on “Finance and Costing for Engineers” under department ++ activity. The course was designed to provide insights and knowledge of an organization from financial perspective for engineering students. This is an introductory course to understand the importance of finance in industry. The course started from 15th Feb 2017 for which there is a good response from all branches of MIT and industry. Total 31 students have registered for the course out of which 6 from other branches of MIT.
- Product costing, Breakeven Analysis and Cost Reduction and Cost Control techniques.
- Reading financial statements such as Balance sheet and Income Statement. • Concepts such as Working capital and Capital Structure of a company.
- Course Duration: 20 hours (Conducted in period of 15th Feb 2017 to 30th March 2017)
- Course Fees 1200/-
- Resource Person Dr. Rashmi Paranjpye (PhD Finance)
- Coordinators (1.) Prof. Dr. S.T. Chavan (2.) Prof. A.H.Pawar
A guest lecture on the topic “Multithreading, Exception Handling and Collection Framework” was conducted on 29th March 2017, for SE, E&TC (Div.-I & II) students. Mr. Sachin Ravekar, Project Manager from, Synerzip, SofTech Pvt. Ltd., Pune conducted the lecture. He has been serving Synerzip since June 2011. He is a software professional with 17+ years of experience in all phases of software development life-cycle (SDLC). He possesses high level of knowledge and expertise with tiered J2EE architectures, MVC based web applications, object-oriented design (OOAD). He very well explained the concepts of Object Oriented Programming with simple and easy to understand real life examples. The topics Multithreading, Exception Handling and Collection Framework were covered in details. He explained the students the method for implementing multithreading and how to use the methods of thread class to perform certain operations. He also explained the concept of exception handling in java which is a powerful mechanism to handle the runtime errors so that normal flow of the application can be maintained. He also covered the topic collection framework which provides architecture to store and manipulate the group of objects. He explained that the JAVA collection framework can be used to perform operations such as searching, sorting, insertion, manipulation, deletion etc. on the data by using interfaces already provided by the collection framework. Mr. Sachin Raverkar is a project manager at Synerzip. He made students aware of the industry expectations and what kind of understanding the industry expects from students as fresher’s. He explained them the importance of punctuality and timely submission. Overall the lecture was a great learning experience for students.
Mechanical Engineering Department, Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Pune, has hosted India’s ultimate auto quiz the “Auto Quotient – Season 8” in association with Mahindra & Mahindra on 10th February 2017. The event consisted of an online quiz to be answered by a team of 2 students. The event was conducted at Computer Laboratory 2nd Floor, Mechanical Engineering Department, MIT Pune The quiz was open for all auto enthusiasts – not necessarily only students from mechanical engineering discipline but any person between 18 to 35 years of age having passion for automobiles. There was an overwhelming response from students from engineering and management streams. More than 300 students participated in the event. This was the first round of all India Quiz competition for Pune and around area. The winner from this round will enter into next city round to be held at Mumbai, then for western region round before entering the Grand Finale at national level. Regional Final rounds and National Finals will be aired on NDTV 24×7 & NDTV Profit. Season 8 prizes range from Mahindra Two Wheeler products to exclusive sponsored Mahindra Adventure Expeditions! Prof. D.P. Hujare( Incharge of M&M – MIT Pune MOU) along with Prof. S.N. Rumde and Prof. G.S. Barpande co-ordinated and conducted the event.
The Department of IT had an Alumni meet on 28th January 2017, “IT-Alumni Meet 2017”, MIT. The meet was attended by few alumni ranging across various batches. All Alumni’s were very happy as the alumni could meet their friends, teachers and share their experience with them. Teachers and students interacted and revised their old memories. The program continued for about 2 hours after which the Alumni’s enjoyed good food.
The Department of Computer Engineering organized a five days Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Security and its Multiple Aspects”, technically sponsored by IBM, TRDDC and ISACA. It has been an innovative approach at bridging the gap between Academia and Industry by collaborating with Industry giants and inviting some of their experts as Resource Persons to deliver state-of-the-art sessions on the multiple aspects of Security viz Information Security, Web Security, Cloud Security, Critical Infrastructure Security, IoT Security, Mobile Security and Cyber Security.
An important highlight of this program was an exclusive session of Panel Discussion, wherein some of the top notch Industry Experts participated in a highly interactive session with the participants. In line with our theme, we invited three eminent guests for the Panel Discussion – Mr. Shashikant Satbhai ( Expertise in Information Security and Freelancer with ISACA Pune), Mr. Mahesh Paradkar (Expertise in Cloud Security, Senior Development Manager IBM Pune), Advocate Vaibhav Salunkhe (Advocate & Cyber Law Consultant). It was a lively learning experience for participants as their different queries were being answered by the concerned expert.
All sessions were well-received by the participants. Sessions by Dr. Sachin Lodha (Principal Scientist, TCS Innovation Labs Pune, TRDDC), Mr. Mahesh Paradkar (Sr. Development Manager, IBM Security Systems, IBM India Software Labs – Pune), Dr. Sandeep Shukla (Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, I.I.T. Kanpur), Mr. Hemant Dusane & Mr. Vijay Bhalerao (Cyber Security & Information Security Consultants respectively at ISACA Pune ), Mr. Sunil Pawar (Senior Police Inspector, Cyber Crime Cell Pune) need a special mention.
A wonderful blend of major security aspects, this FDP promised an all-round, fulfilling learning experience for its participants.
One day seminar on “Current Trends in Computer Science Research” has been organised on Monday,2nd Jan 2017 in Computer Dept., MIT, Pune. This seminar was organised by Computer Society Of India(CSI) and Advanced Computer Machinary (ACM) Pune Chapter in association with MIT-CSI student chapter. The keynote speech was given by Dr. Anand Deshpande, CMD, PSL, Pune and the invited talk was given by Dr. Abhijat Vichare, PSL, Pune. One of the sessions was on presentations of recently completed PhD faculties from different colleges. Which was very informative where they shared their experiences. Last session was panel discussion on Current Trends in Computer Science Research.the panel members were Dr.Venkateswaran, PSL, Pune, DR.Sachin Lodha, TCS, Pune, Dr.Arti Dixit, SPPU, Pune and Dr.Vrushali Kulkarni, MIT, Pune. The panel discussion has given an insight to move ahead in proper direction for pursuing research. Total more than 100 participants were there to attend the event. Overall the seminar was successful.
Department of Computer Engineering, MIT, Pune , in association with BOS Computer Engineering , SPPU organized One day Syllabus Implementation Workshop on “Advanced Data Structures” (2015 course) on 15th December,2016. This Syllabus Implementation Workshop has been organized to guide the faculty members from various institutes about Practical assignments in Advanced Data Structures in perspective of the revised syllabus of SE Computer Engineering 2015 course for the effective conduction of this course. The Syllabus Implementation Workshop focused on the overview of theory as well as the newly added Practical assignments of Advanced Data Structures as per the revised syllabus.