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About Department

 Use of Information Technology is growing in the Government and industrial sector. The multi-national companies are building applications based on Cutting Edge Technnolgy, They are using IT in their operations and decision making. Due to this exponential growth, computer user community is facing shortage of manpower, trained in developing quality solutions, and planning for long term IT requirements. The need for human resources in the IT industry is being addressed at various levels.

Some degree programs are available at various universities, which are providing required technical manpower in IT industries of the country. These degree programs focus mainly on entry level knowledge, whereas the IT industry needs and much more refined skills for training, research and development. Our IT branch provides sophisticated academic program that will have the necessary depth and focus to meet the needs of both the user and the IT industry.

Objectives

  • Create leaders, trend-setters for the next generation of the IT industry.
  • Offer state-of-art information technology education.
  • Train individuals who would contribute substantially to the ambitious IT goals of the country.
  • Undertake joint R & D with IT industry.
  • Contribute to large developmental projects in government and public sector.
  • Help the industry to create infrastructure that would facilitate the Indian IT industry.
VISION OF DEPARTMENT
  • Provide socially enriched and professional environment to transform the students into globally competent IT engineers
MISSION OF DEPARTMENT
  • Provide learning ambience to impart quality technical education for students to develop into globally competent technology professionals.
  • Prepare the students with strong fundamental concepts, analytical capability and problem solving skills.
  • To provide a dynamic learning environment that emphasizes open ended design, team work, leadership and employability skills.
  • To prepare graduates with positive professional attitude and ethical values with spirit of social commitment .

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Faculty Profile

Dr. V. S. Gulhane

Professor & Head

Ph.D.(CSE), M.E(CSE),

24 Years Exp.

Prof. A.B. Deshmukh

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.(Pursuing),

M.E(Digital Electronics),

23 Years Exp.

Prof.L.K. Gautam

Assistant Professor

M.E. (CSE)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)

15.6 Years Exp.

 Prof. H. N.Datir

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.(Pursuing), M.E.(IT)

13 Years Exp.

Prof. R. L. Pardhi

System Administrator

M.E.(IT)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)

12 Years Exp.

Prof. V. P. Vaidya

Assistant Professor

M.E. (I.T.)

10.8 Years Exp.

 Prof. M. D.Tambakhe

Assistant Professor

M.E.(I.T.)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)

12 Years Exp.

Prof. J. S. Karnewar

Assistant Professor

M.E.(IT)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)

11 Years Exp.

Prof.T. S. Rohankar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(IT)

10 Years Exp.

Prof.H.N. Watane

Assistant Professor

 M.E.(CSE)

7 Years Exp.

Prof. S. Z. Khan

Assistant Professor

M.E. (IT)

6.5 Years Exp.

Prof. S. R. Kamble

Assistant Professor

M.E. (IT)

6.5 Yrs. Exp.

Prof. A. R. Bhuyar

Assistant Professor

M.E. (IT)

6.5 Yrs. Exp.

Prof. A. B. Parandekar

Assistant Professor

M.E. (IT)

6.5 Years Exp.

Prof. G. V. Dahake

Assistant Professor

M.E. (IT)

6.7 Years Exp.

Prof. G. D. Govindwar

Assistant Professor

M.E.(IT)

12  Years Exp.

Prof. A. J.Ade

Assistant Professor

M.E.(IT)

5 Years Teaching Exp.

2 Years Industry Exp.

Prof. A. R. Thakur

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(IT)

7 Years Exp.

  Prof. S. P. Palaskar

Assistant Professor

M.E.(CSE),

7 Years Exp.

Prof. O. A. Jaisinghani

Assistant Professor

PGDIT, M.E.(I.T.)

5 Years Exp.

Dr.N.M.Tarbani

Assistant Professor

Ph.D(CSE),M.Tech(CSE)

7.5 Years

Prof.R.R.Dhande

Assistant Professor

Ph.D(Pursuing),M.E.(IT)

2.5 Years

Technical Supporting Staff

  • Shri. Nandkishor B. Jawanjal
  • Shri. Bhushan V. Pauranik
  • Shri. Anil  Kaithwas

Departmental Activities News Letters

News Letter for 2018-19… Click Here News Letter for 2017-18… Click Here

Syllabus for B.E. (Information Technology)Credit Grade System:

Time Table

  • Time table odd semester session 2019-20
…Click here

Project Format

B.E. (IT)Project Format

B.E. (IT)Seminar Format

B.E. (IT) Dissertation Files download here

M.E.(IT) Dissertation Files Download Here

Industrial Visit

  • Industrial visit to renowned companies KELTRON and ISRO museum on 21st Dec….Click here
  • Industrial Tour  2018-19 ….Click here
HEAD OF DEPT, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
      • Name:  Dr. Vijay S. Gulhane, Head of Information Technology
      • Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)301
      • Email: v_gulhane@rediffmail.com

Programme Education Outcomes:

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PEO.1:

Analyze and solve real-life problems through application of Information Technology and fundamental knowledge of mathematics and science courses

PEO.2:

Succeed in diversified and applied areas with analysis, design and synthesis of data to create novel products and solutions to meet current industrial and societal needs.

PEO.3:

Endure higher studies, research activities, entrepreneurial skills and continue with lifelong learning.

PEO.4:

Adhere to professional and ethical values, soft skills, teamwork and communication.

Programme Outcomes:

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO1: Engineering knowledge:

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem analysis:

Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences

PO3: Design/development of solutions:

Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations

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 conclusions.

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 teamwork:

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi disciplinary settings.

PO10: Communication:

Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with 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 the 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 multi disciplinary 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 change.

Program Specific Objectives (PSOs):
PSO.1: Problem solving using the knowledge of programming, Theory of Computation, Data Structures And Discrete Mathematics.

PSO.2: Design and develop software and hardware solution by applying knowledge in Database,Operating Systems, Computer Network & Security, System Architecture, Basic Electronics and Software Engineering.

PSO.3: Analyze given information by applying Web Engineering, Communication Engineering, Internet Of Things and Artificial Intelligence in Concepts.

PSO.4: Demonstrate Awareness towards Professional Ethics, Environment Aspects, Social Issues and Readiness for Lifelong Learning.

Under GraduatePost GraduatePh.D.

Under Graduate – B. E.

Sr. NoCourseIntake
01B.E.  (Information Technology)120

 

Post  Graduate –  M. E.

P.G.

Sr. NoCourseIntake
01M.E.18

  • Recognized Research Lab for Ph.D Programme in Information Technology with sactioned intake as per University Norms


The department has well equipped laboratories to run UG ,PG programmes and research work for Ph.D. students.
DBMS LAB

Objectives:

  • Lab is designed to perform practicals based on high end applications, best to identify the skills, knowledge, and attitudes the students should gain throughout the course. Lab consists of 64-bit i3 processors with all necessary tools and software’s.

COMPUTER NETWORK LAB

Objectives:

  • With the rapid change in technology the needs  are constantly evolving. While balancing the costs associated with reliability, efficiency and availability of technology, goal is to provide the most useful practical knowledge based on subjects of IT syllabus.

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING LAB

Objectives:

  • Lab sessions helps to enhance the fundamental knowledge and skills required for the  students in research areas.
  • Explore novel effective ways of practical implementations and specialised curricula. These labs offer workstations based on generic hardware and interfaces.

IOT/EMBEDDED LAB

Objectives:

  • The lab offers  higher-end systems customized to provide digital workstations requires in research projects.
  • The lab encourages our students to apply their knowledge and skills to succeed in their career and higher education.

COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING LAB

Objectives:

  • The lab offers access to various softwares and hardwares that serve the needs of the entry level users.

WEB TECHNOLOGY LAB

Objectives:

  • The lab measures  student’s efficiency in terms of technical ability and skills needed for IT industry. 

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE LAB

Objectives:

  • The lab is designed for encompassing knowledge about system architecture, multimedia and expert system application building and development.

View all Placement Students information…Click Here.

Sr.No.Name of ProjectsDeveloped ByGuided By
01Air Quality Monitoring
System
Pratik Kayate, Shardul Jalkote, Kiran
Kawale, Nishigandha Sable
Prof. Aniket Thakur
02Emergency Contact
Services
Ashish Kakne ,Aniket Tirathkar ,
Abhishek Donge, Harshada Joshi
Prof. A. B. Deshmukh
03Inventory Management
System
Pratik D. Kale , Abhinav P. Tayade ,
Kajol S. Tandurkar, Shubham R. Patil
Prof. Ashwin Ade
04Tempreture Monitoring
System
Anuj Kumar Tiwari, Dhawal Gandhe,
Sushil Mohad, Aditya Pawar, Gauri
Pawar, Samruddhi Kapoor
Prof. Tanuj S. Rohankar

Winners and Runners in Technical Activities

Sr.No.Name of StudentEventVenuePrizeSessio
n
01Ashish D. ShilpakarContraption – Vidyotan 2k19

COET,

Amravati

2nd2018-
19
02Saurabh G. NanotkarIoT challenge-2019Conducted by I3-
India Technologies
at Stanley College
of Engineering &
Technology for
Women,
Hyderabad
1st2018-
19
03Sushil B. MohadIoT challenge-2019Conducted by I3-
India Technologies
at Stanley College
of Engineering &
Technology for
Women,
Hyderabad
1st2018-
19
04Runal P. BanaraseIoT challenge-2019Conducted by I3-
India Technologies
at Stanley College
of Engineering &
Technology for
Women,
Hyderabad
1st2018-
19
05Prathamesh V. ThakareIoT challenge-2019Conducted by I3-
India Technologies
at Stanley College
of Engineering &Technology for
Women,
Hyderabad
1st2018-
19
06Bhargavi UpadhyeRobo Race – Vidyotan 2k19,Mock Placement – Ignite-
national level technical event

Sipna COET,

Amravati,COET, Shegaon

2nd2018-
19
07Nikunj SukalikarNFS (LAN Gaming) –
Vidyotan 2k19,
NFS (LAN Gaming) –
Esperanza-2k19,
NFS (LAN Gaming) –
Techlons 2019,
NFS (LAN Gaming) –
NFS (LAN Gaming) –
Prajwalan’19,
NFS (LAN Gaming) –
Ignite-national level
technical event
Sipna COET,
Amravati,
PRMIT&R,
Badnera,
P. R. Pote Patil,
Amravati,
GCOE, Amravati,
COET, Shegaon
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2018-
19

Events and ActivitiesTechnical WorkshopFaculty Training Programs

Events and Activities

Sr.No.Type of
Event
TopicNumber of
Participant
s
Name of Expert with DesignationDate of Event
01SeminarRecent Trends in I. T. And Evolution
of Programming Languages
148Mr. Rushikesh Dhande, Worked as
Lecturer, S. B. Jain College of
Engineering, Nagpur.
18/07/2018
02SeminarOverseas Education Made Easyr21Ms. Gauri Kale and Mr. Ashvin
Alsi, Director, Proficient test prep,
Amravati.
19/07/2018
03SeminarSpoken English60

Mr. Shivaji Kuche, Director, Speak

Easy, Amravati.

21/07/2018
04Seminar
and Hands-
on session
Website Development in one hour57

Mr. Rahul Chute, Director, AMT

GLOBAL, Amravati.

26/07/2018
05Seminar

Gap between packages students get in

IIT’s, NIIT’s and how to Resolve that?

71Mr. Lankesh Dhandale and Mr.
Sujit Rumane, CEO and Founder
member of Oxybills India Pvt. Ltd;
Creative Head, Jugadukalars,
respectively.
26/07/2018
06SeminarStress Management33

B. K. Pratibha Didi, Brahama

Kumaris’ , Mount Abu, Rajasthan

27/10/2018
07SeminarSoft skills and technical skills required
to crack interview, survival in job and
how to prepare for it
59Mr. Santosh More, CEO and
Founder, SUN Infotech, Amravati
16/01/2019
08Seminar

M. Tech. as career option and

opportunities available through GATE

35

Mr. Umesh Agalawe, Director,

GATE Forum, Amravati

19/01/2019
09SeminarTech Leap51Mr. Suyash Zawar, Founder and CEO of Effigrity Solutions, Pune9/2/2019
10SeminarInternet of Things24

Mr. Pratik Kayate, Final year I.T.

Student

12/2/2019
11Seminar

Cloud Technology and Information

security

40Mr. Anil Tatode, Training Officer,
Department of Robotics and Cloud
Technology, RTMNU
6/3/2019
12SeminarSuccess in your Hand34Lokmat Group and Gillette13/3/2019
13SeminarStrategy to crack the inerview29Mr. Rahul Patil,Nuance India
Private Limited, Pune.
25/06/19

Technical workshop

Sr.No.Type of
Event
TopicNumber of
Participants
Faculty
Co-ordinator
Date of
Event
01Technical
Workshop
3- Days workshop
on IoT entitled “I3-
India”
3918/01/2019 to
20/01/2019
28

Faculty Training Programs

  • Induction/Refresher Programme on Machine Learning and Research Methodologies in Engineering.

  • One Week Short Term Training Program (Interdisciplinary) On Internet of Things (IoT) for Emerging Engineering Applications 28th Nov. to 3rd Dec. 2016
Sr.No.Type of EventTopicDate
01One week AICTE-ISTE
sponsored Induction/Refresher
Programme
Machine Learning and
Research Methodologies in
Engineering
23April- 28 April
2018
02One Week Short Term
Training Program
Internet of Things (IoT) for
Emerging Engineering
Applications
28 Nov.- 3 Dec. 2016

Departmental News

The Winners of Competition on Technocrat-Wall Magazine

Induction/Refresher Programme on Machine Learning and Research Methodologies in Engineering

Congratulations!! to Dr.V.S.Gulhane for nominated as member Board of Studies(BoS),Information Technology,SGBAU Amravati

Parents Meet Conducted on 25-08-2018……Click Here

Newsletter Session 2017-18…..Click Here

Congratulations to all Placed students at Tech Mahindra.