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Introduction:


The Department of Civil Engineeringis 3 times accredited with “A” grade by National Board of Accreditationhas well qualified, senior, ambitious and dynamic staff. The department started offering B.E programme in Civil Engineering in the year 1983 with annual intake 60.With increasing in demand from industry the department has increased the annual intake of B.E. programme from 60 to 120 in the year 2012-13. A team of qualified faculty with ample experience is the highlight of the department. A P.G. Course i.eME Civil (Structures) was added in the year 2007 with an intake of18 and also from 2020-21 Ph.D. research centrehas been established.Both the programmes emphasize on industry standard and research based projects, which would enhance student’s skills to become successful professionals for a holistic development.

The faculty members are having their publications in various refereed/ impact factoredSCI / Scopus journals of Taylor &Francis, Modern Applied Sciences, ASCE, Springer, IEI, Elsevier, etc. The faculty members are contributing as reviewers / referees in the journals of Elsevier, John Willey and Sons, Springer, etc. Faculty members of department are also associated in various kinds of R & D projects at university and AICTE level and received various grants of Rs.40 Lacs so far.

The department involves in various college activities like annual social gathering and sports. Every year department is organizing technical events like TechnoAmrut, which gives platform to the students to develop technocrat skills. Department has focused on making the students competent enough to get placed in well reputed companies like AFCON Infrastructures,HCC,IVRCL Hyderabad , Godrej Infrastructures, Dorche India, MagarpattaCity Pune, Jacobs Engineering, Gayatri Construction,Techflow Engineers, Protious Engineering Service Ltd, Make My House etc.

The department has strong alumninetworks, many alumni are placed in Industry, Government Sector, Public Sector (PSU) and Private Sector at National and International level. The department has significant record of maximum MPSC and UPSC qualified students. Up till now the department has produced150 plus officers in Government sectors, scientists in BARC and ISRO, and many rank holders in university examinations.

The department has got recognition under Unnat Maharashtra Abhiyaan, the flagship program of State Government of Maharashtra, under which various government activities are assessed and verified by the department like,JalyuktaShivaarYojana,Rural Water Supply Scheme, Rejuvenation of Watershed, etc in association with CTARA& IIT Bombay.

The department is also contributing for socio-economic development of rural area by producing economic structure such as ferrocement detachable toilet, water tank, check dam, farmer fishery pond, dome, bamboo reinforced houses, rammed-earth, paddle operated fertilizer spreading pump, energy efficient Bakelite shelter for quick rehabilitation. The department is also providing social services such as a) Soil heath card to farmers, which gives the idea about N, P, K, pH and salt concentration field survey and design of drainage system for the rural area. The department has a remarkable contribution in the field of research and development and providing testing and consultancy services to government and non-government organisations. The faculty members of department have 9 IPR contributions such as patents, design registration, trade mark, copyrights etc.

Vision & Mission:


Institute Vision:

  1. To create opportunities for rural students to become able engineers and technocrats through continual excellence in engineering education.

Institute Mission:

  1. Our mission is to create self-disciplined, physically fit, mentally robust and morally strong engineers and technocrats with high degree of integrity and sense of purpose, who are capable to meet challenges of ever advancing technology for the benefit of mankind and nature.
  2. We, the management and the faculty, therefore, promise to strive hard and commit ourselves to achieve this objective through a continuous process of learning and appreciation of needs of time.

Department Vision:

  1. Knowledge center for rural students with continual excellence in technical education

Department Mission:

  1. To create self-disciplined, physically fit and competent Civil Engineers with high level of professional, moral and ethical values.
  2. To serve mankind and nature with high integrity and sense of purpose to meet challenges of ever advancing technology through research and development.
  3. To mentor students in pursuit of higher education, employability and entrepreneurship.



Infrastructure:


Sr.No. Type No. of Rooms Seating Capacity (Each) Area (Sq. M)
1. Lecture Halls 7 66 502.08
2. Tutorial Rooms 2+2 30 141.6
3. Conference Room 01 134
4. Library/ Meeting 01 15 43.00
5. Laboratories 10+2 20 972.36
6. Faculty Rooms 04 -- 190.96
7. H.O.D Room 01 01 10
8. H.O.D Office 01 01 20.37
9. Drawing Hall 01 66 134
Total 2148.3

Laboratories:


1. Laboratory Details (UG):

Sr.No. Laboratory Name Area (Sq .M) Laboratory Cost (Rs.)
1. Testing of Material Lab 137.70 19,38,014.00
2. Geotechnical Engineering Lab 102.70 15,82,513.00
3. Geology Lab 70.50 32,573.55
4. Survey Lab 65.55 18,67,768.00
5. Mechanics Lab 97.56 82,556.15
6. Transport Lab 102.70 5,09,710.00
7. CAD Lab 78.03 54,03,510.94
8. Environmental Engineering Lab 73.37 11,32,893.00
9. Fluid Mechanics Lab 87.00 20,35,015.00
10. Fluid Machinery Lab 87.00
Total : One Crore Forty Five Lacs Eighty Four Thousand Five Hundred andFifty Three 902.11 1,45,84,553.64

2. Laboratory Details(PG):

Sr. No Laboratory Name Area (Sq .M) Lab Cost (Rs.)
1. Research Lab 70.00 8,09,100.00
2. CAD Lab 73.37 12,76,956.00
Total: Twenty Lacs Eighty Six thousand and Fifty Six 130.82 20,86,056.00

Transportation Engineering Laboratory.

Engineering Geology Laboratory.

Strength of Material Laboratory.

Computer Laboratory.

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory.

3. List of Major Equipment:

Sr. No Equipment Quantity (Number) Amount (Rs.)
1. Universal Testing Machine 01 9,56,250
2. Compression Testing Machine 01 1,76,906
3. Total Station 02 9,47,000
4. Vertical & Horizontal shake table 01 1,31,625
5. Plate Load apparatus 01 4,49,000
6. Wind tunnel apparatus 01 3,19,921
7. Digital Theodolite 01 1,35,000
8. Computers 68 24,45,187
9. Laptops 04 91,326
10. DLPs 08 2,84,120
11. Plotter 01 1,27,838
Total: Rs. Sixty Lac Sixty Four Thousand One Hundred and seventy three 60,64,173

4. List of Software:

Sr. No Software Quantity (Number) Amount (Rs.)
1. STAAD Pro2000 01 40,000
2. Auto Civil 10 30,000
3. Build Master 10 51,720
4. Build Quant 01 10,350
5. Lingo 01 82,438
6. Super Civil 01 1350
7. Road master 01 7,858
8. Rate Analysis 01 5,172
9. Engineering mechanics Teachers version 01 1,57,500
10. QE Pro 10 3,51,173
11. Prima Veera Portfolio management version 6 01 1,80,088
12. Geographic Information System 01 2,41,054
13. ETABS NL V-9.7 05 1,04,500
14. Global Mapper V.12.0 01 42,000
Total: Rs. Thirteen Lac Five thousand Two 13,05,203

Wind Tunnel Apparatus.

Universal Testing Machine.

Compression Testing Machine.

Hydraulic Tilting Fume.

Core cutter Appparatus.

Syllabus:



UG:
Sr. No. 2012 Course 2015 Course 2019 Course
1. FE (Common) FE (Common) FE (Common)
2. SE Civil Engineering SE Civil Engineering SE Civil Engineering
3. TE Civil Engineering TE Civil Engineering TE Civil Engineering --
4. BE Civil Engineering BE Civil Engineering --

PG:
Sr. No. 2013 Course 2017 Course
1. ME Structure ME Structure

Achievements:


1. Faculty:


Sr. No Faculty Name Achievement Details
1 Dr. J. B. Gurav Design Registration IPR- Bearing Converting Instrument For Surveying Class 10-04, Design No.260180, India
2 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Design Registration IPR- Combo Compass For Surveying Class 10-04, Design No.265731, India

3 Dr. J. B. Gurav Combo Compass Instrument For Surveying (Product-Patent), 3499/MUM/2014 / & INDIA
4 Dr. J. B. Gurav Combo Compass Instrument For Surveying (Product-Patent) 1456/MUM/2015 & INDIA
5 Dr. J. B. Gurav Computer Software work titled “KazApp” Android Application (Copyright act 1957) SW-9396/2017
6 Dr. J. B. Gurav Software work titled “BhumiTantra” Desktop Application (Copyright act 1957) SW-9580/2017
7 Dr. J. B. Gurav Registered Trade Mark for Software “KazApp” Android Application Class 9 (Trade Mark Act 1999)
8 Dr. J. B. Gurav Registered Trade Mark for Software “BhumiTantra” Desktop Application (Trade Mark Act 1999) Class 9
9 Dr. J. B. Gurav Awarded Promising Engineer Award for outstanding performance and excellent work done in Engineering Field by The Institution of Engineers (India)-IEI Ahmednagar Local Centre. 2010.
10 Dr. J. B. Gurav Best Teacher Award for outstanding performance and contribution in Teaching Field by Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner (SK) Dist: Ahmednagar 2011.
11 Dr. J. B. Gurav Best Appreciation Award for outstanding performance and excellent Research and Development work done in Surveying- Civil Engineering and for Design of Registration Patent Office Govt. of India.
12 Dr. J. B. Gurav Engineering Achievement Award for recognition of excellent performance and remarkable work in engineering field by The Institution of Engineers (India)-IEI Ahmednagar Local Centre. 2015.
13 Dr. J. B. Gurav Works as a reviewer for various Journals of Publishers like John Willey & Sons, Elsevier, Springers etc.
14 Dr. J. B. Gurav Recognized as a Ph.D. Research Guide of SPPU, Pune (Letter Ref. No: BUTR/Engineering/40/180 Dated:16/062017) and Associated with Ph.D. Centre of S.R.E.S. C O E, Kopargaon.
15 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Design Registration IPR, Design number 284335, Date 14/06/2016, 14:46:34.
16 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Patent on Helmet with hands free visor control (Appln no:201821022388, date:14/06/2018)
17 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Best paper award in International Conference UKIERI (UK & India Engg Research Institute) on 2nd – 5th November 2015 at Jalandhar.
18 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Award for Innovative Structural Design by Architects, Engineers and Surveyors Association, Ahmednagar
19 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Late V.D.Joshi Award , Best Ferrocement Structure Award,2016
20 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Certificate of Honour from Architect and Engineers Association, Nashik, 2018
21 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Engineering Achievement Award from IEI, Ahmednagar Local Chapter on 15 September 2016
22 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure, Prof. A.V. Navale and Prof. B.E. Gite Developed a perpendicular offset setter for surveying.
23 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Worked as co-ordinator for State Level Workshop (FANGA-10) on “Applications of Neural Network, Fuzzy and Genetic Algorithm in Water Res. and Environmental Engg.” Sponsored by Pune University, Pune

24 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Worked as co-ordinator for Expert Lecture Series on “IPR/Patents

25 Dr. J. B. Gurav Worked as coordinator for FDP onlife skills in teaching, professional development, innovative teaching methodology, SWOT analysis, vision development, research contribution, consultancy, sponsored research and publications
26 Dr. J. B. Gurav Worked as coordinator for FDP on “How to prepare the proposals for various technical programs of AICTE /DST/CSIR/UGC/DRDO/ISRO”
27 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Worked as coordinator for National Level Workshop (WASAP-15) on “Applications of SAP 2000 NL Software in the Field of Structural Engineering”

28 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Worked as coordinator for National Level Workshop (WATSS-15) on “Applications of TOTAL STATION in the Field of Surveying”

29 Dr. J. B. Gurav Worked as coordinator for Workshop on “Techniques of Teaching”
30 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Worked as coordinator for Workshop on “The Secrets of GURU”

31 Dr. J. B. Gurav

Guest Lecture on ISTE-STTP on “ Engineering Optimization (EO-2010)”-Linear Programming Applications at Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad

32 Dr. J. B. Gurav Guest Lecture on ISTE-STTP on “Genetic Algorithm and Neuro Fuzzy Applications in Engineering (GANEUFAE-2010)” -Fuzzy Linear Programming Applications at Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad
33 Dr. J. B. Gurav Guest Lecture on TEQIP-II STTP on “Engineering Optimization and its Applications” (EOAIA2012)”-Fuzzy Linear Programming Application in Irrigation Planning at Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad
34 Dr. J. B. Gurav Guest Lecture on TEQIP-II STTP on “Genetic Algorithm and Neuro Fuzzy Applications in Engineering (GANEUFAE-2012)”-at Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad
35 Dr. J. B. Gurav Guest Lecture on TEQIP-II STTP on “Soft Computing Tools and Its Application in Engg (SOCTAPE2013)”-Linear Programming at Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad
36 Dr. J. B. Gurav Guest Lecture on National Workshop on “Introduction to Research Methods in Civil Engg” Sponsored by BCUD University of Pune-(Research Methodology-Data Collection and Analysis) at Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad 2013
37 Dr. J. B. Gurav Expert Talk for STTP on Mathematical & Statistical Approaches in Engineering Applications (MSAEA-2013) Govt. College of Engg, Jalgaon 2013
38 Dr. J. B. Gurav Expert talk for AICTE- National Seminar on “Trends and Research Methods in Engineering”-2013
39 Dr. J. B. Gurav Expert talk for TEQIP-STTP on “Statistical Techniques for Data Analysis in Research” (STEDAR-2014) ”- Discriminant Analysis Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad 2014
40 Dr. J. B. Gurav Expert talk for TEQIP-STTP on “Statistical Techniques for Data Analysis in Research” (STEDAR-2014) ”- Correlation Analysis Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad 2014
41 Dr. J. B. Gurav Expert talk for TEQIP-STTP on “Computational and Statistical methods Applied in Engineering”- Correlation Analysis and Discriminant Analysis Govt. College of Engg, Aurangabad 2014
42 Er. S.B. Kandekar Android application software design of slab
43 Er. S.B. Kandekar Awarded Ph.D, Civil Engg, SPPU, Pune , 2019
44 Er. S.B. Kandekar Best Paper Award, ICEMELTS ’18, SandipUniversity,Nashik
45 Er. S.B. Kandekar Best Research Project, Avishkar 2015, Zonal Level, MGV Pharmacy College, Nashik, 5th Oct 2015
46 Er.B.E.Gite and Er.A.A.Pachore Patent on Spanner (Design no: 299554, Registration date:18/11/2017)
47 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Elected as BOS in SPPU, Pune.
48 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Design of Soil Mechanics (Elite)
49 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure NPTEL online Certification Course Name Engg. Mechanics (Elite)
50 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures
51 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Design of Steel Structures (Gold)
52 Mr. B. E. Gite NPTEL online Certification Course Name Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics(Elite)
53 Dr. M. R. Wakchaure Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics
54 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics
55 Dr. M. R. Wakchaure Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I
56 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I
57 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (Gold)
58 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Design of Steel Structures (Gold+1% topper)
59 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Geotechnical Laboratory (Gold+2% topper)
60 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Strength of Material (Gold+5% topper)
61 Mr. S. B. Kolhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Foundation Engineering (Gold+5% topper)
62 Ms. M. R. Gadhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Waste water treatment and recycling (Elite)
63 Ms. M. R. Gadhe Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Name Smart City waste Integrated system (Elite)

a)Book Published by Faculty: - (Last Three Years)
Faculty Name & Book Title Publisher
Dr. J. B. Gurav,
Title of Book: Sustainable Holistic Water Resources Management in a Changing Climate.
Chapter No.22 Conjunctive Use of Ground and Surface Water Using Fuzzy Logic.
M/S Jain Brothers, New Delhi
pp22.1-22.13
ISBN:978-81-8360-253-2

b)Paper Publications:

Faculty Name & Paper Title

Publisher

Author: Mahajan P D, Gurav J B, Kamodkar R U and Regulwar D G

Paper Title : “Optimization of Irrigation Planning using Intuitionistic Fuzzy Resources”

HYDRO 2019 International Conference on “Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering” Organized by ISH and Osmania University, Hyderabad Marriott Hotel & Convention Centre, Hyderabad

18-20 December 2019

Indian Society for Hydraulics (ISH) and Osmania University, Hyderabad

Regulwar D Gand Gurav J B published

Fuzzy Approach Based Management Model for Irrigation Planning under water resource, Vol.2, No.6, June 2010, pp. 545-554. (DOI:10.4236)

International Journal of Water Resource and Protection-(Scientific Research-USA) I mpact Factor:0.41

Regulwar D Gand Gurav J Bpublished

Uncertainty- Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming Approach, 2011, pp. 1387-1416(DOI 10.1007/ s11269-010-9750-5)

Water Resource Management- An International Journal (Springer-Netherlands)

Impact factor:2.848

Regulwar D Gand Gurav J B published

Sustainable Irrigation Planning with Imprecise Parameters under Fuzzy Environment,Vol. 26, No. 13, Oct. 2012, pp. 3871-3892

(DOI: 10.1007/s11269-012-0109-y)

Water Resources Management- An International Journal (Springer-Netherlands)

Impact factor:2.848

Regulwar D G and Gurav J B published

Irrigation Planning with Fuzzy Parameters-An Interactive Approach, Vol. 16, No. 05, Sept. 2014, pp.1157-1172

Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology (JAST), (University of Tarbiat Modares), Impact Factor 0.80

Gurav J B and Regulwar D G published

Multi Objective Sustainable Irrigation Planning with Decision Parameters and Decision Variables Fuzzy in Nature,

Vol. 26, No.10, June 2012, pp. 3005-3021 ( DOI 10.1007/s11269-012-0062-9)

Water Resources Management- An International Journal (Springer-Netherlands)Impact factor:2.848

Gurav J B and Regulwar D G published

Minimization of Cost of Cultivation Along With Interactive Decision Making Under Fuzzy Environment, Vol.17, No.2, 2011, pp. 30-42.(DOI: 10.1080/09715010.2011.10515043)

Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Indian Society for Hydraulics (ISH)(Taylor and Francis)

Regulwar D Gand Gurav J B published

Two Phase Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming Approach for Sustainable Irrigation Planning,

Vol.5 N0.6, June 2013, pp.642-651

International Journal of Water Resource and Protection-(Scientific Research-USA) I mpact Factor 1.0

Gurav J B published

Optimal Irrigation Planning and Operation of Multi Objective Reservoir Using Fuzzy Logic,

Vol.8 N0.2, Feb 2016, pp.226-236 DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2016.82019

International Journal of Water Resource and Protection-(Scientific Research-USA)I mpact Factor 0.41

Regulwar D Gand Gurav J B published

Fuzzy Optimization for

Irrigation Planning with Minimization of Cost of Cultivation

Accepted for Publication

European Water- Journal of EWRA

Gurav J B and Regulwar D G, published

Irrigation Scheduling and Optimum Cropping with Adequate and Deficit Water Supply

KK Wagh College of Engg and Research Centre, Nashik

7th Maharashtra Sinchan Parishad

Gurav J B and Regulwar D G published

Optimal Operation of Reservoir under Deficit Irrigation

13-16 Feb. 2007 Vol. II, pp. 873-887.

Proc. of 6th International R & D Conference (CBIP) on Sustainable Development of Water and Energy Resources- Needs and Challenges

Gurav J B and Regulwar D G, published

Optimal Cropping Pattern Planning under Deficit Irrigation 21-22 Dec 2007, pp. 209-219.

Proc. of HYDRO-2007 National Conference on Hydraulics and Water Resources ISBN978-81-88901-32-6

Gurav J B andRegulwar D G published

Planning of Conflicting Irrigation Objectives under Fuzzy Stipulations 30th31stAug2010 pp. 156-163.

Proc. of CID-2010National Conference on Civil Engineering for Infrastructure Development

Gurav J B, Thete A R andRegulwar D G, Decision Making in Irrigation Planning using Fuzzy Logic, 25-26 Feb.2011

pp. 6-11.

Proc. of National Conference on Water for Future (NCWF-2011)

Gurav J B andRegulwar D G published

Irrigation Policy Planning Using Multi Objective Fuzzy Linear Programming 28-29 Jan.2011pp.165-172

Proc. of National Conference on Environmental Pollution and Management (EPM-2011)

Gurav J B andRegulwar D G published

Sustainable Irrigation Planning Using Two Phase Approach under Fuzzy Environment 05-06 April 2013 pp.118.

Conference on Sustainable Water Resources Planning, Management and Impact of Climate Change

Regulwar D Gand Gurav J Bpublished

Fuzzy Optimization for Irrigation Planning with Minimization of Cost of Cultivation 26-29 June 2013 pp. 57-58

8th International Conference of EWRA, “Water Resources Management in an Interdisciplinary and Changing Context”

Regulwar D. G.and Gurav J B,published

Optimal Irrigation Planning with Minimization of Cost of Cultivation Using Fuzzy Logic 8-13 Sept 2013 7 Theme E Water Resources and Hydroinformaticspp.369

Presented in Special Seminar Section for Oral Presentation

35th IAHR World

Congress

Gurav J. B. and Regulwar D.G.published

Rainfall-Runoff Modelling

30 Sept-01Oct2013 pp. 259-263

TEQIP-II Sponsored National Conference on “Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management”

SWARDAM2013

Gurav J B, Kamodkar R U and Regulwar D G, published

Vertical Farming- A Case Study, 4-7 July 2016 pp. 108-113

TEQIP-II Sponsored National Conference on “Sustainable Water Resources Development and Management” SWARDAM2016

ISBN 9789385777752

Ramakant S. Ingole and Dilip H. Lataye, published Adsorptive removal of phenol from aqueous solution using activated carbon prepared from babul sawdust. Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive WasteASCE, (2015), Volume 19, No. 4, 04015001-09.

Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste ASCE

Prashant T. Dhorabe, Dilip H. Lataye and Ramakant S. Ingole published

Removal of 4 nitrophenol from aqueous solution by adsorption onto activated carbon prepared from Acacia glauca sawdust, Water Science and Technology, (2016), Volume74, No. 4, 955-966.

Water Science and Technology

International Water Works Association

Ramakant S. Ingole and Dilip H. Lataye published, Adsorption of phenol onto low cost adsorbent: optimization of adsorption process parameters. 7th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology Crowne Plaza, Houston, Texas, USA during June 9-13, 2014 Organized by American Academy of Sciences, USA.

7th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology Crowne Plaza, Houston, Texas, USA

Prashant T. Dhorabe, Dilip H. Lataye and Ramakant S. Ingole,

publishedAdsorptive removal of 4 nitrophenol from aqueous solution using activated carbon prepared from waste orange peels, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive WasteASCE, 04016015-10, DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000332.

Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste ASCE

Ramakant S. Ingole , Dilip H. Lataye and Prashant T. Dhorabe, published

Adsorption of phenol onto Banana peels activated carbon, Journal of Korean Society of Civil Engineers, 2017, DOI 10.1007/s12205-016-0101-9.

Springer Publication

Ramakant S. Ingole , Prashant T. Dhorabe and Dilip H. Lataye, published

Adsorptive Removal of Phenol from Aqueous Solution Using OPAC. International Conference on Advances in Civil and Mechanical Engineering Systems, on 23-24 December 2014. Government College of Engineering, Amravati in association with SVNIT, Surat, India

International Conference on Advances in Civil and Mechanical Engineering Systems

Nilesh U. Mate ., Bakre S. V., and Jaiswal O. R. published, “Elastic and Inelastic Response of Structural System in Seismic pounding”, Proc. of National Conference on Advances in Structural Engineering (NCASE-2016), 27-28 February 2016, Govt. College of Engg, Karad, India

National Conference on Advances in Structural Engineering

Dr. Nilesh U. Mate , Dr. Sachin. V. Bakre, Dr. Omprakash. R. Jaiswal, published“

Use of Rubber Shock Absorber to Mitigate the Effect of Seismic Pounding,” Proc. of International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Science (ICRTES 2017), 20-21 January 2017, Research Development Cell, Government College of Engineering, Jalagon (M. S), India

International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Science (ICRTES 2017)

Nilesh U. Mate ., Bakre S. V., and Jaiswal, O. R.published“

Elastic and Inelastic Response of Structural System in Seismic pounding”. Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE), Scientific and Research Publisher USA, 6, 2016, 50-73.

Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE), Scientific and Research Publisher USA,

Nilesh U. Mate , Dr. Sachin. V. Bakre, Dr. Omprakash. R. Jaiswal, published

“Use of Rubber Shock Absorber to Mitigate the Effect of Seismic Pounding,” Proc. of Indian Conference on Applied Mechanics (INCAM 2017), 4-6 July 2017, Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, UP, India.

Int. National Conference on Applied Mechnics 2017

Nilesh U. Mate ., Bakre S. V., and Jaiswal, O. R.published“Seismic pounding response of elastic and inelastic structures using passive tuned mass damper”. International Journal of Civil Engineering, Iran, Springer Publication, vol. 15, No.7, 2017, 991-1005. (https://doi.org/10.1007/s40999-017-0178-7)(SCI Indexing Journal).

International Journal of Civil Engineering, Iran, Springer Publication

A.C.Bochare , R.V. Devalkar published

"Equipment Fleet Management in case of Local Road Construction Project", ICRTET, July 2015

International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology July 2015

M.A. Nawale , A.J. Mehetre & S. B. Kandekar published “Strengthening of RC Beam And Column Joint By Using CFRP & GFRP” International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology (ISSN : 2277-1581)issue no.
9 of volume 4.

International Journal of Scientific Engineering
and Technology

S. B. Kolhe , published

Soil Stabilisation Using Fly-ash &Lime",IJARIIE, Vol-2, 2016

International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education

M. A. Nawale , A. J. Mehetre, S. B. Kandekar, V. P. Kulkarnipublished

"Design of RC Beam and Column Joint by Application CFRP & GFRP" IJMTER Volume 2, Issue 8; August 2015

International Journal of modern Trends in Engineering and Research

Mr. M.A.Nawale , A.J. Mehetre, S. B. Kandekar, V. P. Kulkarnipublished

"Bravado of RC Beam and Column Joint by Consumption CFRP & GFRP"IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 3, Issue 06, 2015 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613

International Journal for Scientific Research & Development

Dr. R.S.Talikoti, Prof A.J.Mehetre, Mr. M.A.Nawalepublished

"Hardening of RC Beam & column Junction by utilizing Fiber Sheet"International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 6, Issue 8, August-2015 1014
ISSN 2229-5518

Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research

M. R. Gadhe , Dr. M.V. Jadhav, Mr.P.B. Shinde published "A Neural Network based Modelling Using NeuroSolutions For Alum Dose Prediction.", IJSART, Vol 2, Issue 5,ISSN: 2395-1052,pp 478-482, May 2016

International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology

Sanket Rathi, Sachin Kandekar, Dr. R.S. Talikoti published

"Strengthening of R.C. Beam using Carbon and Aramid Fibre for its Torsional Behaviour", International Journal of Research Studies in Science, Engineering and Technology Volume 2, Issue 9, September 2015, PP 65-71, ISSN 2349-4751 (Print) & ISSN 2349-476X (Online)

International Journal of Research Studies in Science, Engineering and Technology

S. B. Kandekar , R. S. Talikoti and S. B. Kolhe, published "Torsional Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Beam Strengthened with FRP Materials", in SMART Technology for Natural Resource Conservation and Sustainable Development,

SMART Technology for Natural Resource Conservation and Sustainable Development,

Sayyad, K. K., Wakchaure, M. R., and Mate, N. U. published

“Strength of concrete filled steel tubes with shear connector”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science and Engineering, vol.2, No. 12, December 2016, 223-231

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science and Engineering

Ms. M.R. Gadhe , Mr. P.B. Shinde, published

"Identification of Groundwater Potential Zones using GIS & RS Techniques: A case study of YavatmalTaluka-Maharashtra."IJSART, Volume 3, Issue 7, July 2017, ISSN:2395-1052.

International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology

P.B.Shinde, M.R. Gadhe, published

"Feasibility Analysis of water Distribution System for yavatmal City using WaterGemsSoftware.” IJIRSET(UGC Approved),Vol.6 , Issue 7,ISSN: 2319-8753, July 2017

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science and Engineering


2. Students:

Sr. No

Student Name

Achievement Details

Academic Year: 2019-20
1. NileshWaditake 1) State level Speech competition organised by India Govt and SJVN pvt.Ltd.achive 2nd prize (Rs 5000/-) 2) Distric level Speech competition organised by K.J.SomayyaCollage,Kopargaon 1st prize Selected in zonal level
2. NileshWaditake and BhartiDake 1) Distric level Debate competition organised by K.J.Somayya Collage, Kopargaon 4th prize Selected in zonal level
3. VrushaliRane State level Speech competition organised by India Govt and SJVN pvt.Ltd.achive Consolidation prize (Rs1500/-)
4. SakshiHolkar State level Speech competition organised by India Govt and SJVN pvt.Ltd.achive Consolidation prize (Rs1500/-)
5. Akshya Chavhan
Vishal Bahiram
Zonal level 5th year Inter college chess competition organised by BabasahebAmbedkarkalavanijyavidyalayaKolhar collage achive 1st prize
6. Vrushalirane (captain)
ShubhangiDhindale
Zonal level 5th year Inter college chess competition organised by BabasahebAmbedkarkalavanijyavidyalayaKolhar collage achive 1st prize
7. Team member
UgaleShubhum
LokhandeSagar
State level MINDSPARK 2019 organised by COE PUNE achive 3 rd prize
8. Team member
AmbreLalit
GawaliDnyaneshwar
State level MINDSPARK 2019 organised by COE PUNE achive 4 th runner up prize
9. Ms.BarveKarishma
Mr.SanapAkshay
Ms.SuranaKomal
Ms. Rajput Ashwini
Project competition organised by SIEM techfest at Sandip Foundation Nashikachivefirst runner up
10. Mr.ShindeAbhimanyu
Mr.BajareSaurabh
Mr.Bajare Prasad
Mr.Yadav Deepak
Project competition organised by PRO-TECH 2020* Symbiosis Institute of Technology, Pune achive second prize worth ₹ 5000/-
11. Mr.ShindeAbhimanyu
Mr.BajareSaurabh
Mr.Bajare Prasad
Mr.Yadav Deepak
Project competition organised by SIEM techfest at Sandip Foundation Nashikachive second prize
12. Ms.BarveKarishma
Mr.SanapAkshay
Ms.SuranaKomal
Ms. Rajput Ashwini
Rotary Water Olympiad 2020 organised by Rotary Water Olympiad 2020* in MamtaGodbole Water Innovation Award Held at SPPU Pune achive first prize with cash prize of 10k
13. Ms.PardeshiGauri
Ms.NeheVaishnavi
Technical event, under "Plan it" (Theme event) Plan a Town activity held at Sinhgad College of Engineering, Vadgaon Pune. Achive second prize worth 2000/-
14. Mr.SuryawanshiNilesh
Mr.ChaureChetan
Mr.Abhaymase
Mr.Abhishekkanade
Anat2k19 organised by GuruGovindSingh COE Nashik winner
15. Mr.MandalikShrikant
Mr.kokaneAmol
Mr.LandgeAniket
Mr.LandgeAbhijeet
Levl It organised by Sandip Instituted COE Nashikachive winner position
16. Ms.BarveKarishma
Mr.SanapAkshay
Ms.SuranaKomal
Ms. Rajput Ashwini
Avishkar Competition held at PDVPCOE viladeghatA’nagarachive winner position
17. Mr.ShindeAbhimanyu
Mr.BajareSaurabh
Mr.Bajare Prasad
Mr.Yadav Deepak
Agro fest 2k20 held at PVPIT Pune achive winner position
18. DhonePavanBhaskar Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory with Elite+Silver
19. SushantSomnathGunjal Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory with Elite
20. Pawar Nikhil Balkrishna Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Fluid Mechanics withElite+Silver
21. PundePradip Sanjay Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Fluid Mechanics withElite+Silver
22 DhirajBhausahebChavan Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Fluid Mechanics with withSuccessfully completed
23 Pawar Nikhil Balkrishna Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Foundation Engineering withSuccessfully completed
24 GawaiDnyaneshwarPandurang Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Design of steel structures with Elite+Silver
25 LalitRamdasAmbre Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Design of steel structures withElite
26 LendeSnehalYuvraj Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Design of steel structures withElite
27 PhadAshabaiSampat Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Design of steel structures with Successfully completed
28 HaseAdityaUttam Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Course Design of steel structures with Successfully completed
Academic Year: 2018-19
1. Ms.Mrunal Gade Won First Prize in Poster Presentation in “One day Seminar on Reduction in Water Footprint” held at Shri ChatrapatiShivajiMaharaj College of Engineering, Nepti, Ahmednagar on 31st August 2018
2. Ms. AnkitaPatil
Mr. Vikrant Mohite
Mr. Sunil Chalnewad
Won First Prize in Paper Presentation in Two days State level Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Technology held at Samarth Group of Institution, Belhe 24th and 25th January 2019.
3. Ms. MalunjkarRuchita
Mr. Ugale Ashish
Ms. Holkar Sakshi
Mr. Sanee Jadhav
Ms. Jyoti Avhad
Ms. Shraddha Kshirsagar
Participated in Poster Presentation in the event “One day Seminar on Reduction in Water Footprint” held at Shri ChatrapatiShivajiMaharaj College of Engineering, Nepti, Ahmednagar on 31st August 2018
4. Mr. Tushar Sharma
Mr. Lokesh Patil
Mr. Rushikesh Hange
Participated in Seminar competition in the event “One day Seminar on Reduction in Water Footprint” held at Shri ChatrapatiShivajiMaharaj College of Engineering, Nepti, Ahmednagar on 31st August 2018
5. Mr. Harish Nagare
Ms. Apurwa Wagh
Mr. Rushikesh Sahane
Ms. Anita Nawale
Participated in “Avishkar” MEDHA Project Competition held at AVCOE, Sangamner on 16th January 2019
Academic Year: 2017-18

1.

1) Ms. Chaube Amruta

2) Ms. Chaudharu Harshali

3) Ms. Gite Ankita

4) Mr. Warpe Pranav

5) Mr. Ghuge Ramdas

6) Mr. Jadhav Pritam

“ Makeshift Disaster Shelter for Quick Rehabilitation”,

AVISHKAR 2016 Short listed for University Level at Pune

2.

1) Mr. Garje Tushar

2) Ms. Gunjal Akshada

3) Mr. Gunjal Nikhil

4) Mr. Gunjal Rahul

5) Ms. Kshatriya Aishwarya

6) Ms. Wagh Sapana

7) Ms. Shinde Priti

8) Mr. Landge Shubham

9) Mr. Shah Akshay

10) Mr. Rahane Praveen

“Sustainable development of AVCOE campus.

Runner up in Project Exhibition held at AVCOE, Sangamner.

3.

1) Mr. Memane Dipraj

2) Mr. Shinde Sushil

3) Mr. Wale Sudheer

4) Mr. Zade Kiran

Energy Efficient Bakelite Shelter.

Secured Third Prize in Project Exhibition held at AVCOE, Sangamner.

4.

Mr. Rahul Waliba Gunjal

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Structural Design II (Gold)

5.

Mr. Nikhil Shivaji Gunjal

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Structural Design II (Gold)

6.

Miss. Nikita Radhakisan Wakchaure

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Structural Design I (Elite)

7.

Mr. Pankaj Bhausaheb Sawant

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering –I (Elite)

8.

Mr. Shrihari Bhausaheb Lande

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I

9.

Miss. Nikita Balasaheb Sonawane

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I

10.

Miss. Shraddha Nilesh Rahane

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I

11.

Miss. Nikita Radhakisan Wakchaure

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I

12.

Mr.Prajwal Gorakshnath wakchaure

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Soil Mechanics/Geotechnical Engineering -I

13.

Mr. Rahul Waliba Gunjal

Passed NPTEL online Certification Course Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures

GATE Qualified Students:
SN Name of Student Marks (Out of 100)
GATE 2020
1. Mr.AbhijitDighe 42.23
GATE 2019
1. Ms.Kuwar Swati 35.58
2. Mr.KuldeepBidgar 25.74
3. Mr.PinateSuraj 27.05
GATE 2018
1. Mr. Shaikh Javed 63
2. Mr. Raut Rushikesh 55.46
3. Mr. Solanke Vaibhav 53.93
4. Mr. Shinde Pranav 49.42
5. Barde Ashwini 44.89
6. Khemnar Pratibha 43
7. Mr. Sagade Amol 42.45
8. Mr. Kawade Rajesh 36.22
9. Mr. Omkar Sahane 33.00
10. Mr. Jaybhaye Sudhir 32.65
11. Naik Prachi 32.00
12. Nehe Punam 32
13. Mr. Gunjal Rahul 31.64
14. Mr. Garje Tushar 30.65
15. Gite Ankita 30.11
16. Mr. Sagar Channa 25.00
17. Mr. Karale Akshay 27.93
18. Jadhav Vaishali 26.39
19. Mr. Dighe Sunil 25
GATE 2017
01. Mr. Shaikh Javed Gulab 43.80
02. Mr. Raut Rushikesh Goraksha 35.76
03. Mr. Impal Rahul Kantilal 22.90
04. Jadhav Vaishali Rajendra 21.42
05. Mr. Wakchaure Rahul Madhukar 30.22
06. Mr. Satpute Rushikesh Raosaheb 26.88

Amrut Meritorious Scholarship Distribution Ceremony 2017-2018.

Activities:


1. CESA and IEI activities:

Sr. No. Date Name of Activity No. of Participants Outcomes
Academic Year: 2020-21
1. 22/07/2020 Debate Competition 3 Groups with 4 participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in group of people with different opinion on various topic with proper gesture.
2. 05/08/2020 Technical Quiz Competition 22 Participants Recalling and updating the technical knowledge about various terms and invention of new tricks to solve the numerical.
3. 12/08/2020 Poster Presentation 8 Participants Fun with learn activity which can helps students to feel social issue and improve the drawing skill.
4. 19/08/2020 Auto CAD Competition 12 Participants To make practice in Auto Cad and to learn short cuts in auto cad for drawing.
5. 25/08/2020 Extempore Competition 14 Participants Stage daring and leadership quality of students get improve they can speak on any topic with in short period of time with proper gesture.
6. 02/09/2020 Talent Show 26 Participants Students can express there self by performing any activity in which they are interested or master.
7. 23/09/2020 Paper Presentation 5 Groups Students get familiar with Microsoft power point and Microsoft word and use this knowledge while making seminar and their projects.
8. 07/10/2020 Essay Writing Competition 9 Participants Improve the thinking power of students and creativity in writing skill
9. 10/03/2021 Elocution Competition 8 Participants Stage daring and leadership quality of students get improve they can speak on any topic with in short period of time with proper gesture.
10. 17/03/2021 Group Discussion 4 Groups with 4 participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in group of people with different opinion on various topic with proper gesture.
11. 24/03/2021 Talent Show 10 Participants Students can express there self by performing any activity in which they are interested or master.
12. 07/04/2021 Debate Competition 3 Groups with 4 participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in group of people with different opinion on various topic with proper gesture.
13. 28/04/2021 Quiz Competition 15 Participants General quiz competition updates the current general knowledge of students which helps in government examination.
14. 05/05/2021 Essay Writing Competition 7 Participants Improve the thinking power of students and creativity in writing skill
15. 12/05/2021 Model Making Comp. 34 Participants Students get aware about updated software and draw the 3D models in various software’s.
Academic Year: 2019-20
1. 19/06/2019 Debate Competition 5 Groups with 4 participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in group of people with different opinion on various topic with proper gesture.
2. 26/06/2019 Technical Quiz Competition 36 Participants Recalling and updating the technical knowledge about various terms and invention of new tricks to solve the numerical.
3. 03/10/2019 Elocution Competition 9 Participants Stage daring and leadership quality of students get improve they can speak on any topic with in short period of time with proper gesture.
4. 10/07/2019 Group Discussion Competition 6 Groups with 4 Participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in public on various topics with proper gesture.
5. 17/07/2019 Technical Aptitude Competition 42 Participants Recalling and updating of technical knowledge about various terms and invention of new tricks to solve the numerical.
6. 24/07/2019 Talent Show 19 Participants Students can express there self by performing any activity in which they are interested or master.
7. 14/08/2019 Extempore Competition 12 Participants Stage daring and leadership quality of students get improve they can speak on any topic with in short period of time with proper gesture.
8. 21/08/2019 Bridge Making Competition 14 groups Students get idea about how to construction bridge and various loading condition.
9. 28/08/2019 Theodolite 9 Participants Hands on training on theodolite to measure the angle perfectly.
10. 04/09/2019 Poster Making Competition 6 Participants Fun with learn activity which can helps students to feel social issue and improve the drawing skill.
11. 11/09/2019 General Quiz Competition 35 Participants General quiz competition updates the current general knowledge of students which helps in government examination.
12. 18/09/2019 AUTOCAD Competition 16 Participants To make practice in Auto Cad and to learn short cuts in auto cad for drawing.
13. 25/09/2019 Paper Presentation 5 Groups Students get familiar with Microsoft power point and Microsoft word and use this knowledge while making seminar and their projects.
14. 18/12/2019 Debate Competition 5 Groups with 4 Participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in group of people with different opinion on various topic with proper gesture.
15. 1/1/2020 Technical Quiz Competition 34 Participants Recalling and updating of technical knowledge about various terms and invention of new tricks to solve the numerical.
16. 8/1/2020 Theodolite survey 7 Participants Hands on training on theodolite to measure the angle perfectly.
17. 22/1/2020 AUTOCAD Competition 26 Participants To make practice in Auto Cad and to learn short cuts in auto cad for drawing.
18. 5/2/2020 Extempore Competition 14 Participants Stage daring and leadership quality of students get improve they can speak on any topic with in short period of time with proper gesture.
19. 12/2/2020 Group Discussion Competition 6 Groups with 4 Participants in each group. Students feel confident about speaking in public on various topics with proper gesture.
20. 4/3/2020 Paper Presentation 8 Groups with 4 Participants in each group. Students get familiar with Microsoft power point and Microsoft word and use this knowledge while making seminar and their projects.
21. 11/3/2020 Discussion on Construction documents 7 Participants Students get idea about various construction documents like 7/12 abstract 8 Aect.
22. 18/3/2020 Block Blasting 15 Groups with 4 Participants in each group Compressive strength of block is calculated, students get idea about mix concrete
Academic Year: 2018-19
1. 20/06/2018 Debate Competition 16 participants in two groups Increases the confidence and stage daring.
2. 27/06/2018 Technical Quiz Competition 8 group of three participants Established relationship between theory and application of the learn concepts
3. 04/07/2018 Elocution Competition 18 Reflects views on issues with clarity and confidence
4. 11/07/2018 Group Discussion Competition 30 improved the ability of critical thinking
5. 26/07/2018 Technical Aptitude Test 150 Prepared students for Written test during recruitment.
6. 02/08/2018 Extempore Competition 20
7. 29/08/2018 Poster Making Competition 15 Learnt to project documents in a fast, concise and clear way.
8. 05/09/2018 General Quiz Competition 90 Prepared students for Competitive examination
9. 30/08/2018 AUTO CAD competition 95 Prepared students for computer aided drawings
10. 06/09/2018 Sport activity 47 Awareness regarding Physical fitness.
11. 13/09/2018 Talent show 12. Nourishes the Talents amongst the students
Academic Year: 2017-18
12. 28/06/2017 Debate Competition 16 participants in two groups Increases the confidence and stage daring.
13. 05/07/2017 Technical Quiz Competition 8 group of three participants Established relationship between theory and application of the learn concepts
14. 12/07/2017 Elocution Competition 18 Reflects views on issues with clarity and confidence
15. 19/07/2017 Group Discussion Competition 30 improved the ability of critical thinking
16. 26/07/2017 Technical Aptitude Test 150 Prepared students for Written test during recruitment.
17. 02/08/2017 Extempore Competition 20
18. 16/08/2017 Poster Making Competition 15 Learnt to project documents in a fast, concise and clear way.
19. 23/08/2017 General Quiz Competition 90 Prepared students for Competitive examination
20. 30/08/2017 General Aptitude Test 95 Prepared students for Competitive examination
21. 06/09/2017 Sport activity 47 Awareness regarding Physical fitness.
22. 13/09/2017 Talent show 12 Nourishes the Talents amongst the students
23. 20/09/2017 Group Discussion Competition 30 improved the ability of critical thinking
24. 27/09/2017 Debate Competition 16 participants in two groups Increased confidence and stage daring.
25. 04/10/2017 Essay Writing Competition 21 Improves writing skill
26. 10/01/2018 Debate Competition 16 participants in two groups Increased confidence and stage daring.
27. 17/01/2018 Technical Quiz+ Aptitude Test Competition 8 group of three participants Established relationship between theory and application of the learn concepts
28. 24/01/2018 Measurement of Angle on Theodolite 35 Students learnt about angle measurements
29. 07/02/2018 AUTO CAD Competition 65 Students learnt to maintain time and accuracy during CAD
30. 14/02/2018 Paper Presentation 18 Improves the skill of Presentation
31. 21/02/2018 Extempore Competition 13
32. 14/03/2018 Group Discussion Competition 30 Improved the ability of critical thinking
33. 21/03/2018 Discussion on Construction Documentation 50 Students learnt the importance of construction of documentation
34. 28/03/2018 Block Blasting
Academic Year: 2016-17
35. 15/07/2016 Debate Competition 16 participants in two groups Increased confidence and stage daring.
36. 1/08/2016 Quiz Competition 8 group of three participants Established relationship between theory and application of the learn concepts
37. 12/08/2016 Elocution Competition - Reflects views on issues with clarity and confidence
38. 26/08/2016 Group Discussion Competition 30 improved the ability of critical thinking
39. 31/08/2016 Debate Competition 16 participants in two groups Increased confidence and stage daring.
40. 03/09/2016 Quiz Competition 8 group of three participants Established relationship between theory and application of the learn concepts
41. 17/09/2016 Poster Making Competition 6 group Learnt to project document in a fast, concise and clear way.
42. 23/09/2016 Essay Writing Competition 20 Improves writing skill
43. 26/09/2016 Elocution Competition - Reflects views on issues with clarity and confidence
44. 27/09/2016 Group Discussion Competition 30 improved the ability of critical thinking
45. 25/01/2017 Quiz Competition 8 group of three participants Established relationship between theory and application of the learn concepts
46. 09/02/2017 Elocution Competition - Reflects views on issues with clarity and confidence
47. 16/02/2017 Group Discussion Competition 30 improved the critical thinking students
48. 21/02/2017 Aptitude Test 200 Prepared students for Written test during recruitment.
49. 23/02/2017 Extempore Competition 20
50. 02/03/2017 Poster Making Competition 6 groups Learnt to project documents in a fast, concise and clear way.
51. 07/04/2018 Farewell Function for BE Students. 650 Interaction of all Final year students.

Aptitude Test conducted for B.E. Civil Student.



Group Discussion Activity.


English Recitation Guidance –Mr. Anthony D’souza.


Poster Making Competition.


Techno Amrut (Technical Event) held at Department of Civil Engineering.


Participants of Debate Competition under CESA and IEI .


Model Exhibition Competition .


Model Exhibition Competition.


2. Alumni Interaction:

Sr. No. Date Name of Alumni & Details Students Year of Passing Topic Outcome
Academic Year: 2020-21
1. 27/05/2021 Mr. Mahesh Dange,
Director, Matoshree Interior, Nashik.
ALL 2012 Interior Design and Management To identify and evaluate the technical aspects of interior design projects
2. 05/06/2021 Mr.SiddheshBhavsar,
Senior Planning Engineer, Afcon Infrastructure Ltd, Africa
ALL 2012 My journey from Amrutvahini to Africa Students will get inspire from the experiences of alumni and excel their career in foreign countries.
Academic Year: 2019-20
1 03-08-2019 Mr. Mahesh Dange Matoshree Interior Designer, Nashik. ALL Batch -2012 “Interior Design and Career”. Importance of interior designing.
Shared knowledge of interior designing.
Future scope for interior designing.
2 13-01-2020 Mr. AmolKawade Assistant executive EngineerWRD, Sangamner ALL Batch -2003 “Canal Irrigation” Importance of canal Irrigation.
Shared knowledge about canal Irrigation.
Process of canal Irrigation.
3 06/02/2020 Mr. SalilGadgil Manager Krishna Conchem Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai. SE Batch -2003 “Role of Construction Chemicals for Durability Enhancement of RC Structures” Role of construction chemical in Civil Industry.
Different techniques of how to used and where to used different chemicals in concrete.
Method and Application.
4 07/02/2020 Mr. BalasahebSabaleDirector,Innovetia Consulting Engineers India Pvt. Ltd. Pune. TE Batch -2003 “Academic to corporate transition with special emphasis on industrial application of Civil Engineering” Requirement of industry from students.
Different application of Civil Engineer in industries.
Industrial Visit and Practical knowledge.
Academic Year: 2018-19
1 17/08/2018 Mr. Balasaheb Sable Managing Director, Innovetia Consulting Engineers (India) Pvt. Ltd. Pune. ALL (Batch-2003) “Academics to Industry Transition: Applications of Civil and Structural Engineering with special emphasis on Innovative Techniques in Construction” What is the requirement of Industry.
Innovative Technology in Construction industries.
Importance of academics and industry institute interaction.
2 15/09/2018 Mr. Dinesh Sable Senior Construction Coordinator, Turner Project Management India Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai. ALL (Batch-2003) “Industry Expectation from Civil Engineer.” What is the requirement of Industry?
New equipment and Practical knowledge.
Importance of software for surveying, Designing and Estimation etc
3 27/07/2019 Mr. VinayakMulay Director, Surveying Firm, Sangamner. ALL (Batch-1998) “Scope in Survey Engineering” What is the requirement of Industry.
New equipment in surveying like Lidar, Drone camera, satellite survey, Arial survey.
Importance of software for surveying, Designing and Estimation etc.
4 05/09/2018 Mr. Sunil Desai Senior Manager, Hiranandani Estate, Mumbai. ALL (Batch-1993) “Industry Experience” What is the requirement of Industry
Hardworking on site and passions.
Industrial visit for practical learning.
5 21/12/2018 Mr. Ashish Mane Structural Engineer, Jacobs Engineering, Mumbai. BE (Batch-2007) “Industry expectation from civil engineer and Importance of software” What is the requirement of Industry.
Shared knowledge of structural design and software.
Industrial visit for practical learning.
Academic Year: 2017-18
1. 06/07/2017 Mr. Shrikant Kadlag BE 2015 How To Start A Construction Business. Learnt significant things required before starting business.
2. 13/07/2017 Mr. A.B. Kawade TE & BE 2006 MPSC Preparation. Got an idea to plan preparation of Competitive Exam
3. 17/08/2017 Mr.Harjyot Singh Batra BE 2012 Opportunities In Construction Field Came across different recruiters in Civil Engg.
4. 17/08/2017 Mr.Umesh Kasat BE 2012 Opportunities In Construction Field Came across different recruiters in Civil Engg.
5. 11/10/2017 Mr.Saiprasad Holkar BE 2017 Jobs In Economic Sector Came to know different job opportunities
6. 17/07/2017 Mr.Nilesh Katore TE & BE 2015 Role of Engineer In Construction Field. Understood the various responsibilities of Civil Engineer.
7. 17/11/2017 Mr.Bhavsar Siddhesh TE & BE 2012 Construction opportunities in Gulf Countries Came across different recruiters in Civil Engg.
8. 19/03/2018 Mr.Desai Sunil Rajaram BE 1988 Role of Civil Engineer in Industry Understood the various responsibilities of Civil Engineer.
9. 08/02/2018 Mr.Kadlag Vishwajeet TE & BE 2010 I.S. Code Provisions in Civil Engineering Understood the New amendments in IS code.
10. 09/04/2018 Mr.Tanaji Pandit Thite BE Indian Road Congress (IRC) Understand Working of IRC

Alumni Interaction Mr. Harjyotsingh Batra interacting with Students.


Alumni Interaction Mr. Umesh Kasat interacting with Students.


Alumni Interaction Mr. Sunil Desai interacting with Students.


3. Industrial Visits:

Sr. No. Date Industry Name& Address Class Outcome
Academic Year: 2018-19
1. 20/07/2018 WALMI, Aurangabad TE (A) Students observed various units.
2. 20/07/2018 WALMI, Aurangabad TE (C) Students observed various units.
3. 24/07/2018 MERI, Nashik TE (B) Students observed various units.
4. 27/07/2018 Central Railway Workshop, Manmad. TE (A) Students observed various units at workshop.
5. 27/07/2018 Central Railway Workshop, Manmad. TE (C) Students observed various units at workshop.
6. 07/08/2018 Sangamner Bus Stand, Sangamner. SE(A) Students observed working at Construction site
7. 10/08/2018 Sangamner Bus Stand, Sangamner. SE(B) Students observed working at Construction site
8. 24/08/2018 KolatePatil Developers, Pune. SE(B) Students observed working at Construction site
9. 4/09/2018 SMBT Sahakari Sugar Factory, Sangamner. TE (C) Students observed various units at factory.
10. 07/09/2018 Environment Department PCMC Pune &Mahametro BE (A) Students observed various treatment units at plant.
11. 07/09/2018 Environment Department PCMC Pune &Mahamtro BE (B) Students observed various treatment units at plant.
12. 07/09/2018 Environment Department PCMC Pune &Mahametro BE (C) Students observed various treatment units at plant.
13. 07/09/2018 Stone Crusher andBitumen plant, Pimpale. BE (C) Observed different machineries.
14. 14/09/2018 Retaining Wall Construction Site, NandurShingote. BE (B) Students observed various component of retaining wall.
15. 19/09/2018 Road Construction Site, Sangamner. BE (A) Students observed various layer in road construction.
16. 19/09/2018 Retaining Wall Construction Site, NandurShingote. BE (C) Students observed various component of retaining wall.
17. 25/09/2018 Sangamner Bus Stand, Sangamner. SE(C) Students observed working at Construction site
18. 21/01/2019 Concrete Mix Plant and Gargoti Museum, Nashik SE(A) Students observed working at Construction site
19. 15/02/2019 Concrete Mix Plant and Gargoti Museum, Nashik SE(B) Students observed working at Construction site
20. 25/01/2019 Concrete Mix Plant and Gargoti Museum, Nashik SE(C) Students observed working at Construction site
21. 14/02/2019 New Construction, Sangamner TE (A) Students observed working at Construction site
22. 15/02/2019 SMBT, Amrutnagar TE (B) Students observed working at Construction site
23. 22/02/2018 Sai Construction, Sangamner TE (C) Students observed working at Construction site
24. 19/03/2019 Water Treatment Plant, Ghulewadi TE (A) Students observed working at WTP
25. 19/03/2019 Water Treatment Plant, Ghulewadi TE (B) Students observed working at WTP
26. 19/03/2019 Water Treatment Plant, Ghulewadi TE (C) Students observed working at WTP
27. 22/02/2019 Nilwande Dam BE (A) Students observed working at site
28. 13/03/2019 Mula dam, BE (B) Students observed working at site
29. 14/03/2019 Nilwande Dam BE (C) Students observed working at site
Academic Year: 2017-18
30. 18/08/2017 Life Republic, Kolte Patil Developers Pune SE(A) Students observed working at Construction site
31. 08/08/2017 Goel Ganga Group, Pune SE(B) Students observed working at Construction site
32. 30/08/2017 C.W.P.R.S., Khadakwasla, Pune TE(A) Students observed construction units
33. 29/09/2017 Vaitarana Power Generation Plant TE(A) Students learned power generation system
34. 01/09/2017 Sugar Factory, Sangamner TE(B) To analyse Air pollution control techniques
35. 29/09/2017 Igatpuri Railway Junction TE(B) Students observed the various units of Railway station
36. 04/10/2017 Dadson Lindblom Phase –I, Bhandardara TE(B) Students learned power generation system
37. 12/09/2017 Precast India Pvt. Ltd., Pune BE(A) Learnt about Precast Processes
38. 12/09/2017 WTP PCMC, Pune BE(A) Students observed the various units of WTP
39. 22/09/2017 N. K. Gade Hot Mix Plant, Sangamner BE(A) Students observed the working of Hot mix plant
40. 22/09/2017 Beton Concrete Products, Khadka, Newasa BE(B) Students observed the procedure of concreting
41. 22/09/2017 Aurangabad Airport, Aurangabad BE(B) Students observed the various units of Aurangabad Airport
42. 01/09/2017 Lawasa Pune BE(B) Students learnt about various aspects of Town Planning.
43. 08/09/2017 Lawasa Pune BE(C) Students learnt about various aspects of Town Planning.
44. 22/09/2017 Beton Concrete Products, Khadka, Newasa BE(C) Students learnt about various aspects of Town Planning.
45. 22/09/2017 Aurangabad Airport, Aurangabad BE(C) Students observed the various units of Aurangabad Airport
Academic Year: 2016-17
46. 17/02/17 Parksyde Home, Nasik & Gargoti Mineral Museum, Sinnar S.E.(A) Students learnt various types of rocks and minerals
47. 21/02/17 Gargoti Mineral Museum, Sinnar&Chetak RMC Plant, Sinnar S.E.(B) Students learnt various types of rocks and minerals
48. 23/02/17 Gargoti Mineral Museum, Sinnar& RMC Plant Sinnar S.E.(C) Students learnt various types of rocks and minerals
49. 10/02/17 Yashoda Building, Ekta Chowk, Sangamner T.E (A) Students observed working at Construction site
50. 22/02/17 WTP Vadgaon, Pune T.E (A) Students observed the various units of plant
51. 10/02/17 Yashoda Building, Ekta Chowk, Sangamner T.E (C) Students observed working at Construction site
Academic Year: 2015-16
52. 13/07/2015 Pride World City,Charoli, Pune SE(A) Students observed construction units
53. 27/09/2015 Mahalaxmi Pride , Sangamner SE(A) Students observed construction units
54. 17/07/2015 DSK Dream City, Pune SE(B) Students observed construction units
55. 28/08/2015 Kanchan comfort Ekatachowk , Sangamner SE(B) Students observed various units of building
56. 21/08/2015 Railway Station, Manmad Junction TE(A) Students observed the various units of Railway station
57. 21/08/2015 Railway Station, Manmad Junction TE(B) Students observed the various units of Railway station
58. 29/07/2015 C.W.P.R.S., Khadakwasla, Pune TE(B) Students observed construction units
59. 19/08/2015 Railway Junction, Igatpuri, Nashik TE(C) Students observed the various units of Railway station
60. 03/09/2015 LAVASA City,Pune BE(A) Students learnt about various aspects of Town Planning.
61. 03/9/2015 LAVASA City, Pune BE(B) Students learnt about various aspects of Town Planning.
62. 17/02/2016 Gargoti Mineral Museum, Sinner SE(A) Students learnt various types of rocks and minerals
63. 15/02/2016 Ultratech RMC Plant, Satpur, Nashik SE(B) Students observed the various units of plant
64. 11/02/2016 PCMC Water Treatment Plant, Nigadi , Pune TE(A) Students observed the various units of WTP
65. 09/02/2016 Gunjal & Dhariwal Construction, Sangamner TE(B) Students observed working at Construction site
66. 02/03/2016 Bhandardara Dam, Akole BE(B) Students observed the various units of Dam

Industrial Visit of TE students at Water Treatment Plant, Nigadi, Pune.


Industrial Visit of BE students at N. K. Gade Hot Mix Plant Sangamner.


Industrial Visit at Construction Site, Pune.


Industrial Visit at CWPRS, Pune.


Visit at Ghatghar Dam.


4. Value Added Courses:

Course details Name & details of resource person Class Outcome
Academic Year: 2019-20
STAAD Pro Mr.VikramBagade Dexter Technology Solution, Pune T.E. Students learned basic concepts of designing with STAAD
Auto CAAD Mr.VikramBagade Dexter Technology Solution, Pune SE Civil Students learned basic concepts of drawing with Auto CAD
Academic Year: 2018-19
Auto CAAD Er. Gite B.E
Er. Kokate M.D.
Er. Kolhe S.B.
Er. Wale S.R.
(AVCOE Faculty)
SE Civil Students learned basic concepts of drawing with Auto CAD
Academic Year: 2017-18
STAAD Pro Mr. Amol Taralkar Structural Engineer at Aker Solution Company TE Civil Students learned basic concepts of designing with STAAD
STAAD Pro Mr. Yogesh Pisal & Mr. Amol Taralkar (VMS constancy Pvt Ltd, Mumbai) BE Civil Students learned basic concepts of designing with STAAD
Academic Year: 2016-17
AutoCad Er. Gite B.E Er. Kokate M.D. Er. Wale S.R. (AVCOE Faculty) SE Civil Students learned basic concepts of designing CAD
Academic Year: 2015-16
Auto CAD Mr. Vikram Bagade Dexter Technology Solution, Pune SE Civil Students learned basic concepts of designing CAD

Value Added Course on STAAD Pro and STAAD Foundation conducted by Dept of Civil Engineering


5. Guest Lectures /Expert Talk Organized:

Sr. No. Date Name of Resource Person(Post, Name of Company) Area/Subject Target audience Outcome
Academic Year: 2020-21
1. 16/05/2020 Mr.Paresh Gugale,
Director,Imperial Institute of Excelence
GATE Examination Awareness UG Students Students will be able to understand facts and figures for preparing GATE Examination
2. 23/05/2021 Dr. P. Pravinkumar Venkat Rao
Assistant Professor, IIT Hyderabad.
Seismic Behaviour and strengthening of Unreinforced masonry walls UG Students Students will be able to solve problems regarding seismic behavior and strengthening of unreinforced masonry.
3. 19/05/2021 Mr.Mohit Mistry
Senior Research Fellow,
SVNIT, Surat.
Sustainable Utilization of waste tyrefibre as pavement subgrade materials UG Students Students will understand sustainable development.
Academic Year: 2019-20 Semester II
1. 13/01/2020 Mr. AmolKawade Canal Irrigation UG Able to design the different types of Canal.
2. 24/01/2020 Mr. OmkarShendure Golden Opportunities for Civil Engineer in Government Sector. UG Understand the different requirements for the  career in the Government sector
3. 17/02/2020 Dr. YogeshwarNavandar How to write Research Article, Seminar and Thesis UG, PG Able to prepare the research paper, seminar and thesis.
4. 28/02/2020 Dr. M.R. Wakchaure Yes I wants to set my own office. UG Understand the basic requirements for to become entrepreneur.
Academic Year: 2019-20 Semester I
1. 05/07/2019 Mr.AvinashKulkarni Career opportunities for Civil Engineer UG Students will be able to select suitable sector for their career
2. 12/07/2019 Director ASCE Institute, Nashik Value Added Courses for Civil Engineering Career Development UG Understand the importance of value added courses for development.
3. 19/07/2019 Ms. MrinaliniKulkarni Importance of Hit Office Software in Project Management UG Apply the hit office techniques for project management.
4. 03/08/2019 Mr. Mahesh Dange Interior Design and Career UG Identify the types of materials for interior designing of buildings.
Academic Year: 2018-19
1. 26/06/2018 Mr. Hassan Chandrasekara
QA/QMS/QC Adviser, Pune
Shuttering SE Students understood the various onsite problems related with shuttering.
2. 26/06/2018 Mr. Hassan Chandrasekara
QA/QMS/QC Adviser, Pune
Quality assurance in Concrete Technology TE Students understood the aspects related with quality assurance of concrete.
3. 26/06/2018 Mr. Hassan Chandrasekara
QA/QMS/QC Adviser, Pune
Project Management BE Students understood the parameters related with Project management.
4. 02/07/2018 Mr.Mohd Zain Kangda
PhD Research Scholar, VNIT, Nagpur
Prevention and Protection of Base Isolated Structures subjected to Blast Induced Vibration BE Students understood things like Earthquake zones, theories related to Earthquake, Earthquake Forces.
5. 06/07/2018 Dr. N.R. Telrandhe
Prof and Head MBA Dept, AVCOE, Sangamner.
Resume Writing and How to Face Interview. BE Students understood significant points to be highlighted in resume.
6. 11/07/2018 Mr. Sameer Alone
Director, Infini Institute of Program Management , Pune
Choose your Job Career BE Students understood the points to be consider for choosing proper career.
7. 16/07/2018 Mr.AbhijeetKute
Chief Engineer Jacobs Engineering, Pune
Career in Consultancy BE students became aware about the opportunities and scope of work available in consultancy
8. 27/07/2018 Mr.Balasaheb Sable,
Director, INNOVENTIA Consulting Engineers India Pvt Ltd, Pune.
Academics to Industry Transition BE Students come to know different opportunities in Industries.
9. 01/08/2018 Mr. Sanjay Londhe
Director and CEO, AshokaBuildcon, Nasik.
Expectations of Construction Industry from Civil Engineering Students BE Students became aware about challenges to face in construction industry.
10. 02-08-2018 Mr. Amit Alai, Chartered Engineer, Nasik Green/Environmental Friendly Buildings and their Rating Systems UG Students understood the concept of environmental friendly building.
11. 24-08-2018 Ms. V.V. Sable
Dept. of MBA AVCOE, Sangamner
Moral, Values and Ethics UG Learnt moral values and ethics.
12. 30-08-2018 Mr.MukundNaik Mrs.VrushaliNaik Gym Aerobics Instructor SSY Teacher, Sangamner Stress Relief Technique by Meditation UG Students understood importance of mediation to mitigate the stress.
13. 05-09-2018 Er. Sunil Desai
Senior Project Manager Hiranandani Group, Mumbai
Project Planning UG Understood various activities during the execution of project.
14. 15-09-2018 Er. S.I. Kazi Director Taj Consultant Duties and responsibilities of Civil Engineer. UG Students understood the duties and responsibilities of Civil Engineer
15. 15-09-2018 Er. Dinesh Sable Project Lead Turner International, Pune Duties and responsibilities of Civil Engineer. UG Students understood the duties and responsibilities of Civil Engineer
16. 04-01-2019 Prof. K.C. Arote ShivajiMaharaj- The Management Guru All
17. 31-01-2019 Mr.Vaibhav Shrivastava Planning & Success Tips to Crack ESE & GATE Exams in First Attempt
18. 01-02-2019 Prof.SagarDongare Applications and Importance of GIS in Civil Engineering SE
19. 15-2-2019 Er. Onkar Gandhe Cyber Security and Bylaws All
Academic Year: 2017-18
20. 20/03/2018 Dr. Abhay Khandeshe, Consultant Ahmednagar Design of Water Treatment Plant BE Various aspects related with WTP
Academic Year: 2016-17
21. 07/02/2017 Mr. Antony D’souza, English Language expert, Pune English Recitation TE Significance of English as global language
22. 25/01/2017 Mr. Samir Aloni, Infini Solution, Pune Career after B.E. BE Opportunities after UG.
23. 26/07/2016 Matrixn Firm, Pune Career opportunities on Estimating and Costing BE Learnt software related to estimating and costing
24. 12/01/2017 Mr. Rajesh Chaudhary, Motivational Speaker, Satara Jeevan Sanjivani TE Positive thoughts and energy
25. 23/02/2017 Er. Shreyash Jorvekar, J.E. Monte Carlo Pvt Ltd, Sangamner Construction of NH 60 BE Different aspects of National Highways

Felicitation of Mr. Hassan Chandrasekara by Head of Dept. of Civil Engineering.


Guest Lecture delivered by Mr. Hassan Candrasekara on 26/06/2018.


Guest Lecture delivered by Mr.Mohd. Zain Kangda on 02/07/2018.


Guest Lecture delivered by Dr. N.R. Telrandhe on 06/07/2018


Guest Lecture delivered by Mr. Sameer Alone on 11/07/2018


Guest Lecture delivered by Mr.AbhijeetKute on 16/07/2018


Guest Lecture delivered by Mr.AbhijeetKute on 16/07/2018


Guest Lecture by Mr. Rajesh Chaudhary on Jeevan Sanjivani.


Guest Lecture by Matrix Firm, Pune.


6. Seminar/ Workshops/Conference Organized:

Sr. No. Date Name of Activity Resource person Target audience Outcome
Academic Year: 2019-20 Semester II
1. 13/07/2019 Infrastructure and Indian Economy- Civil Engineering Perspective Er. TapashBasu UG Understand the interrelation between Infrastrure and Economy
2. 18/07/2019 How to become Entrepreneur in the field of Civil Engineering Mrs. YogitaJagdhane UG Understand the basic requirements for entrepreneurship.
Mr. HirenChaudhari
3. 26/07/2019 Waterproofing Mr.TirthaPratim Banerjee UG Explain the different waterproofing material available and their role.
4. 06-02-2020 Role of Construction Chemicals for Durability enhancement of RCC Structure. Mr. Salil Gadgil UG Students can apply the construction chemical forDurability enhancement of RCC Structure.
5. 15-02-2020 to 16-02-2020 Industrial Motivation Campaign for Two Days Sponsored by Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India, New Delhi Dr. Jayprakash Bagade UG Students get motivated for entrepreneurship.
Mr. Ajinkya Kale
6. 13-03-2020 Analysis of Geological Map Dr. A.V. Deshpande UG Students analyze the geological map and can draw the different geological map.
7. 07/02/2020 Academic to Corporate Transition with special Emphasis on Industrial Application of Civil Engineering Mr. Balasaheb Sable UG Students understands the gap between the academic and Industry andcan select the right career option
8. 07/02/2020 Industry Requirement in terms of Employability Skills for Emerging Engineers Mrs. RuchiraGhormare UG Students understands the requirements from industry for employability.
Academic Year: 2019-20 Semester I
1. 07/02/2020 Academic to Corporate Transition with special Emphasis on Industrial Application of Civil Engineering Mr. Balasaheb Sable UG Students understands the gap between the academic and Industry andcan select the right career option
2. 07/02/2020 Industry Requirement in terms of Employability Skills for Emerging Engineers Mrs. RuchiraGhormare UG Students understands the requirements from industry for employability.
3. 21/06/2019 The Success Mastermind Workshop Mr.Nilesh Chhallare UG Students can developed their personality and communication skill.
4. 13/07/2019 Infrastructure and Indian Economy- Civil Engineering Perspective Er. TapashBasu UG Understand the interrelation between Infrastrure and Economy
5. 18/07/2019 How to become Entrepreneur in the field of Civil Engineering Mrs. YogitaJagdhane UG Understand the basic requirements for entrepreneurship.
Mr. HirenChaudhari
6. 26/07/2019 Waterproofing Mr.TirthaPratim Banerjee UG Explain the different waterproofing material available and their role.
Academic Year: 2018-19
1. 5th& 6th July 2018 Unnat Maharshtra Abhiyan Dr.N.U.Mate, Er.M.R.Gadhe - Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Samgamner was invited for open discussion session in follow up workshop organized by MIT, Aurangabad in support of CITARA , IIT Bombay under Unnat Maharashtra Abhiyan (UMA) on 5th& 6th July 2018. Dr.N.U.Mate, Er.M.R.Gadhe and two final year students(TejasKombade and SwapnilPatil ) had represented the institute.
Academic Year: 2017-18
2. 09/04/2018 to 11/04/2018 3 Days Training Prog on Earthquake dynamics of structure using Computer Programming Dr. N. U. Mate & Dr. M. R. Wakchaure (AVCOE) Sangamaner) PG Students and Staff Importance of Computer programming in structural analysis.
3. 27/03/2018 Application of Ferro cement technology in Civil Engineering Er. Chandramohan Hangekar& Er. Girish Sangale& Er. P.P. Lele (Ferro cement Society India) SE Civil Learnt practical application of Ferro cement Technology
4. 17/03/2018 Bar Bending Schedule Mr. Hemant Patil, Consultant, Pune BE Civil Learnt to Quantity surveying in Excel Sheet
Academic Year: 2016-17
5. 18/11/2016 Revision of TE Civil Engineering Syllabus CBCS 2015 pattern BOS member of SPPU, Pune TE, Staff Members SPPU Amendments in the syllabus
Academic Year: 2015-16
6. 27/01/2016 to 28/01/2016 Two days National Conference on ‘Analysis and Design of Civil Engineering Structures under Static and Dynamic Loading’ Dr. Suhasini Madhekar & Dr. Alka Pisal & Dr. R. L. Wankhade & Dr. A. S. Sayyad. Final Year Students and Staff Members Exposure to recent trends in static and dynamic analysis
7. 03/01/2015 to 05/01/2015 3 days National Level Workshop on ‘Applications of SAP 2000 NL in the field of Structural Engineering (WASAP-15)’ Dr. Nilesh U. Mate Staff Members Use of SAP in analysis of various Engineering problems

Unnat Maharshtra Abhiyan

One Day Workshop “Application of GIS in Civil Engineering


Workshop on Application of Ferro cement technology in Civil Engineering


Workshop on “Bar Bending Schedule” on 17/03/2018


3 day Training Programme on Earthquake dynamics of structure using computer programmimg 9th to 11th April 2018


Workshop on Application of Ferro cement technology in Civil Engineering


7. Seminar/ Workshops/Conference Attended:

Sr. No. Date Title Venue Name of The Participant
Academic Year: 2019-20
1 22/04/2020 "Research Outcomes, Technical Paper Writing, Research Proposal, Patent Filing" Webinar organized by Data Tech Chennai Er. Anshuman Pemgirikar
2 27/04/2020 "Understanding Intellectual Property and Patents" Webinar organized by Department of Civil Engineering and the Research & Development Cell of Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner in association with AM Legal Associates, Pune Er. Anshuman Pemgirikar
3 24,25Jan 2019 Environment Challenges in 21st Century Dr.VVCOEP Nagar Nawale Mahesh Anil
Academic Year: 2017-18
1. 04/07/2017 to 06/07/2017 Indian Conference on Applied Mechanics (INCAM 2017) MNNIT Allahabad, UP Dr. Nilesh U. Mate
2. 20/01/2017 to 21/01/2017 International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Science (ICRTES 2017) Govt College of Engg Jalgoan Dr. Nilesh U. Mate
3 22/07/2017 to 24/07/2017 Faculty Dev Program Guru Gobind sing Nashik Dr. M R wakchaure
4 06/06/2017 to 10/06/2017 Teaching Learning Practices in Structural Analysis Zeal Education Society, Pune Dr. M R Wakchaure
5 24/03/2017 Analysis and design of modern steel structures Sandip Foundations Institute Of Engineering And Management, Nashik S. B. Kandekar
6 09/09/2017 Understanding IS 1390 and IS 1893 Part 1 (Revised) Association of consulting civil Engineers (India) Nashik Er. M.A.Nawale Er.N.K.Khairnar V.R. Rahane Dr. Nilesh U. Mate
7 26/02/2018 to 28/02/2018 International Conference on Advances in Concrete Structure and Geotechnical Engineering BITS, Pilani, Pilani Campus Er. S. B. Kandekar
Academic Year: 2016-17
1 27/1/2016 to 28/1/2016 Analysis and Design of Civil Engineering structures under Static and Dynamic loading AVCOE, Sangamner Er. M.A.Nawale
2 20/01/2017 to 21/01/2017 Recent Trends in engineering and science Government college of engineering Jalgaon Er. T. R. More
3 9/06/2016 Post Graduation Conference-Civil Engg. AISSMS COE, Pune Ms.M.R.Gadhe
4 5/2/2016 TO 6/06/2016 Recent Trends in Engineering and Management Kopargaon/ SRESCOE Er. J B Sangale
5 19/01/2017 to 20/01/2017 Modern Emerging Engineering Technologies AVCOE, Sangamner Er. B. E. Gite Er. A.A.Pachore
6 28 TO 30 APRIL-2016 International conference for recent trends in engineering and technology. SNJB, CHANDWAD Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
7 19/01/2017 to 20/01/2017 Modern Emerging Engineering Techonologies AVCOE, Sangamner Er. S. B. Kolhe
8 12/12/2016 to 13/12/2016 “A Novel Approach to be the best teacher” Amrutvahini College of Engineering Sangamner Er. S. B. Kandekar
9 25/11/.2016 “Fetching research grants” AVCOE, Sangamner Er.N.K. Khairnar
10 12/12/ 2016 TO 13/12/2016 “A novel approach to become the best teacher” A.V.C.O.E Sangamner Er.N.K. Khairnar
11 29/12/2016 to 02/01/2017 Choice Based Credit System, OBE, Curriculum Design, IPR and Industry-Institution partnership Engineering staff College of India, Hyderabad Er. T. R. More
12 10/09/1016 Faculty development programme on structural design and drawing III SPPU Er. Prashant B Kanawade
13 24/09/2016 One Day Faculty Development program on Fetching Research Grants. JCOE,Kuran Ms.M.R.Gadhe
14 12/12/2016 to 13/12/2016 A Novel Approach to Become Best Teacher AVCOE Dr. Nilesh U. Mate, Er. B. E. Gite, Er. A.P.Yadav, Er. A.C.Bochare, Er. S. B. Kolhe, Er. D T Rahane
15 25/11/2016 Fetching Research Grants AVCOE Er. A. R. Ghode, Er. A.P.Yadav, Er. A.C.Bochare, Er. A.A.Pachore, Er. S. B. Kolhe
16 14/12/2016 Awareness programme on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) AVCOE Sangamner Dr. Nilesh U. Mate
17 20-21/08/ 2016 “Geotechnical Engineering-2016” SVNIT, Surat Er.N.K.Khairnar
18 05/02/ 2016 “Stress management” SVIT, Chincholi, Nashik Er.N.K.Khairnar
19 03/03/ 2016 “Research, innovation, copyright and patents” PDVVP, COE, A.Nagar Er.N.K.Khairnar
20 14/02/2016 to 15/02/2016 “Trends & Research Methods in Engg.” PREC, LONI Er.N.K.Khairnar
21 05/02/2016 to 06/02/2016 Sanjyot-2016 'international level seminar' Sanjivani College of Engineering, Kopargoan Er. V.R.Rahane
22 11/02/2017 Reduction in water consumption IEI Local Centre, Ahmednagar Er. M.D. Kokate
23 14/03/2017 to 18/03/2017 Sustainable Development for smart city development VNIT Nagpur Er. T. R. More
24 21/02/2017 Myexamo AVCOE Sangamner Er. A.A.Pachore
25 26 /09 2016 Recent trends in prestressed concrete structures Jaihind college of Engg. Kuran Dr. M.R.Wakchure
26 10 /09/2016 Faculty development program on structural design of pre-stressed girder and slab PVP Institute Of Technology Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
27 16 /082016 Guest lecture on independence day AVCOE, Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
28 18/12/2016 “Revision of TE Civil Engineering syllabus-CBCS-2015 Pattern” A.V.C.O.E Sangamner Dr. Nilesh U. Mate Er.N.K. Khairnar, Er. S. B. Kandekar Er.V.R. Rahane, Er.Prashant B Kanawade, Ms.M.R.Gadhe, Er.B. E. Gite, Er.A.C.Bochare, Er.A.A.Pachore, Er. S. B. Kolhe, Er. A.R. Ghode
29 24/09/2016 “Limit state design of steel structure” Jaihind college of Engg. Kuran Er.N.K. Khairnar
30 11/01/2017 Applications of GIS in civil engineering AVCOE Sangamner Er.V.R. Rahane
31 10/02/2017 to 11/02/2017 New Challenges for Data, Systen and applications AVCOE Sangamner Er.A.A.Pachore
32 04/09/2016 Revision of se civil engg syllabus –cbcs-2015 pattern VIIT PUNE Dr. M.R. Wakchaure
33 10/09/2016 Resource person for FDP on structural design and drawings PVP INST. PUNE Dr. M.R. Wakchaure
34 23/09/2016 As a expert in program of structural engineering Bhujbal Knowledge City, Nashik Dr. M.R. Wakchaure
35 26 /08/2016 University selection committee for the post of asst prof/ prof/ assco. Prof SCS COE RAHURI Dr. M.R. Wakchaure
36 10/09/2016 Faculty development program on structural design and drawing iii PVP Institute of Technology , Pune Dr. M.R. Wakchaure
37 09/09/2017 Understanding IS 13920 and 1893 Part 1 (Revised) Association of Consulting Civil Engineers, Nashik Er. S. B. Kolhe
38 27/01/2016 National Level Conference on “Analysis and Design of Civil Engineering Structures under Static and Dynamic Loading” Organized by Deptt. of Civil Engg, Amrutvahini COE (Sponsored by BCUD-SPPU Pune) Dr. J.B. Gurav
39 01/02/2016 National Workshop on “Innovations, Inventions and Patents IIAP-2016” Govt. College of Engineering, Aurangabad, (Sponsored by TEQIP Phase-II), ISH and IWRS Aurangabad Local Centre Dr. J.B. Gurav
40 14/12/2016 Awareness Programme on “Intellectual Property Rights” Organized by R&D, IPR and Consultancy and IQAC Cell Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner Dr. J.B. Gurav
41 12/12/2016 Faculty Development Programme on “A Novel Approach to Become the Best Teacher” Organized by R&D, IPR and Consultancy and IQAC Cell Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner Dr. J.B. Gurav
Academic Year: 2015-16
1 25 /02/2016 NCTER Anantrao Pawar College of Engineering, Parvati,Pune Er.V.R. Rahane
2 12/01/2016 Analysis and design of civil engineering structures under static & dynamic loading AVCOE, Sangamner Er.V.R. Rahane, Er.B. E. Gite, Er.Prashant B. Kanawade, Er. S. B. Kolhe, Ms.M.R.Gadhe, Er.D. T. Rahane,
3 09/06/2016 Civil Post Graduation Conference SPPU Er.Prashant B. Kanawade
4 10/03/2016 National Conference on Technical Revolution. APCOE, Pune Ms.M.R.Gadhe
5 5 & 6/02/2016 Strengthening of PCC beams by using different types of wire mesh jacketing SRES, COE, KOPARGAON Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
6 09/06/2016 TO 10/06/2016 PG CON 2016 AISSMS COE PUNE Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
7 12/03/2016 TO 14/03/2016 Study of seismic behaviour of various rc building under various frequency content ground motions Ngspm’s Bramhavalley Coe & R, Anjeneri, Nashik Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
8 02/11/2015 TO 05/11/2015 UKIERI CONFERENCE NIT Jalandhar India Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
9 05/02/2016 to 06/02/2016 International level seminar-Sanjyot-2016 Sanjivani College of Engineering,Kopargoan Er. V.R. Rahane, Ms.M.R.Gadhe
10 05/02/2016 Recent trends in engineering and management SRESCOE Er.D. T. Rahane
18 7-11/12/ 2015 “Repair, Retrofitting and Strengthening of Building” Dr.J.J.Magdum COE, Jaysingpur Er. S. B. Kandekar, Er.N.K.Khairnar
19 17/09/2016 to 21/09/2016 Management Capacity Development Program based on Pedagogy for Faculty Government College of Engineering Jalgaon Er. T. R. More
20 15/12/2016 to 17/12/2016 31st Indian Engineering Congress, Institution of Engineers India J W Marriot, Kolkata Er. S. B. Kandekar
21 18/01/2016 to 22/01/2016 Advanced construction techniques in low cost housing PDVVP Inst Of Tech & Engg Pravaranagar Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
22 24/01/ 2015 “Application of SAP 2000 NL Software in the field of structural Engg” A.V.C.O.E Sangamner Er.N.K.Khairnar, Er. V.R.Rahane
23 02/12/2016 to 03/12/2016 Orientation of NAAC and Grade Calculation Methodology Government College of engineering Jalgaon Er.T. R. More
24 /01/2015 Application of total station in surveying AVCOE Er.V.R. Rahane
25 25/07/2015 One Day Workshop on Techniques of Teaching. AVCOE Ms. M.R.Gadhe
26 11/12/2015 Workshop ISTE Er.J.B. Sangale
27 09/08/2015 to 10/08/2015 LaTex & Science Communication Jawaharlal Nehru Engg. College, Aurangabad Er.B. E. Gite
28 03/01/2016 University selection committee as a subject expert VNCOE, ALEPHATA Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
28 22/12/2015 to 23/12/2015 Practical oriented structural design Bhivrabai Sawant Coe & R Narhe, Pune Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
29 22/11/2015 BE civil (2012 course) syllabi drafting AISSMS, COE PUNE Dr. M.R.Wakchaure
30 24/09/2015 to 25/09/2015 The Ambuja Concrete Mix Design Workshop Ambuja Cement, Nashik Er. S. B. Kolhe
31 07/07/2015 Techniques of teaching AVCOE, SANGAMNER Dr. M. R. Wakchaure

8. Grants Received:

Total grant received till date = Rs.39,00,935/-

Sr.No. Details of Grant Total Amount (Rs.)
1. Dr. Gurav J.B. received the research grants of Rs. 2,00,000 for BCUD research proposal for 2011-12. Ref. No. BCUD/OSD/390 2,00,000
2. Dr.Wakchaure M.R. received the research grants of Rs. 2,00,000 for BCUD research proposal for 2011-12. Ref. No. BCUD/OSD/390 2,00,000
3. Dr. Sable Kishor received the research grants of Rs. 2,00,000 for BCUD research proposal for 2011-12. Ref. No. BCUD/OSD/390 2,00,000
4. Dr. Gurav J.B. received the research grants of Rs. 60,000 from SPPU Pune for Applications of neural, Fuzzy and Genetic Algorithm in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering. 60,000
5. Dr. Jadhav received the grants of Rs. 60,000 from SPPU Pune for Air Pollution Control. 60,000
6. Dr. Jadhav, Dr. Sable, Dr. Wakchaure received the Research grantof Rs. 1,25,000 from SPPU Pune for 3 Days National Seminar 1,25,000
7. Dr. N. U. Mate received the Research grantof Rs. 2,00,000 from SPPU Pune forNational Conference 2015-16 2,00,000
8. Er. Auti V.A. and Er. Ghode A.R. received the Research grantof Rs. 2,00,000 from BCUD Pune for Project Feasibility of drinking water in village by gravity Flow. 2,00,000
9. Dr. Wakchaure M.R. received the Research grantof Rs. 1,30,000 from BCUD Pune for Project Experimental Study on Polypropylene fiber reinforces model. 1,30,000
10. Er. A.V. Navle and Er. B.E. Gite received the Research grantof Rs. 1,20,000 from BCUD Pune for Project Experimental Investigation on Flexure cracking behaviour on RC beam. 1,20,000
11. Er. V.R. Rahane and Er. Auti V.A. received research grantof Rs. 20,000 from SPPU for Revision of TE Civil syllabus. 20,000
12. Total Research grants received: 15,15,000/-

a)Details of MODROBS:
Sr.No. Details of MODROBS Total Amount (RS.)
1. MODROBS grant of Rs. 5, 85,935/- from AICTE for the Transportation Engineering lab equipment. (2011-12) 5,85,935/-
2. MODROBS grant of Rs. 7,00,000/- from AICTE for the Testing of Materials lab equipment. (2008-09) 7,00,000/-
3. MODROBS grant of Rs.6, 00,000/- from AICTE for Environmental Engineering Laboratory. (2005-06) 6,00,000
4. MODROBS grant of Rs.5,00,000/- from AICTE for the Surveying lab equipment Total Station. (1998-99) 5,00,000/-
Total Research grant Received: 23,85,935/-
Total grant received so far: Rs. Thirty Nine Lacs Nine Hundred and Thirty Five Rs.39,00,935/-

9. Revenue Generated through Clients for Testing and Consultancy:

Year Material Testing (Rs.) Design Checking (Rs) Third Party Technical Audit(Rs) Surveying (Rs.) Total Amount (Rs.)
2019-20 5,07,120 38,000 - - 5,45,120
2018-19 6,47,475 67,200 - - 7,14,675
2017-18 1,38,400 24,400 67,572 10,000 2,40,372
2016-17 4,71,944 29,350 - 85,000 5,86,294
2015-16 2,01,975 44,900 - - 2,46,875
2014-15 4,60865 88,830 2,84,715 - 8,34,410
Total: Rs. Nineteen Lacs Seven Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty One 31,67,746/-

a) Clients for Testing and Consultancy

LOCO Trip Shed, CENTRAL RAILWAY,Igatpuri

Ahmednagar Municipal Corporation,Ahmednagar

PWD Sub Division No.2,

Akole.

MaharashtraJeevan Pradhikaran,Urban & Rural,

Sub Division, Sangamner.

PWD, Sub Division, Sangamner-422605

Z.P. Rural water supply,

Sub Division, Sangamner

Dist- A’Nagar.

sangamner nagarparishad logo साठी प्रतिमा परिणाम

Minor Irrigation Surveying Sub Division, Sangamner, Dist- A’Nagar

Zilla Parishad,

Sub Division, Sangamner,

Dist- A’Nagar

Sangamner Nagarparishad,

Sangamner

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan,

Zilla Parishad, Ahmednagar.

PWD Sub Division, Rajur,

Tal- Akole, Dist- A’Nagar.

Pratibha Constructions

Engineers & Contractors (I) P. Ltd.,Kolhapur – 416003.

Ph.- 0231-2659822, 2658687

Sub Divisional Engineer,MJP Urban & Rural,Sub Division, Akole

Executive Engineer,Upper Pravara Dam Division,Sangamner, Dist- A,Nagar.

Jyoti Structures Ltd,

‘Shree Complex’, Flat No. 103,

Opp. Garud Hospital, Near,

Ahmednagar – 414003 (M.S.)

Shri Sai Baba SansthanTrust, Shirdi

PWD Sub Division No. 1,

Akole, Dist- A’ Nagar

Minor Irrigation,

Sub Division, Akole

Placements:


Placements Details:- Academic Year 2021-22


Placements Details:- Academic Year 2020-21


Placements Details:- Academic Year 2019-20


Placements Details:- Academic Year 2018-19


Placements Details:- Academic Year 2017-18


Placements Details:- Academic Year 2016-17


Department Initiatives:


1) UNNAT MAHARASHTRA ABHIYAN

    Unnat Maharashtra Abhiyan (UMA) is a project of the Chief Minister's Office, Govt. of Maharashtra and the Ministry of Higher and Technical Education. Its vision is to build an independent and public knowledge infrastructure for the state of Maharashtra which will bring socio-economic and cultural development for its people, especially those in the bottom 80% of the socio-economic strata. The Amrutvahini College of Engineering is empanelled institute under this flagship program selected by the CTARA (Centre for Technological Alternatives for Rural Area) IIT Mumbai team.

    Role of Department of Civil Engineering

    1. Third Party Assessment of Avankhed, Nal-Pani Puravatha Yojana, Dindori, Nashik –RWSS (Rural Water Supply Scheme):Scheme Capacity: 0.076 MLD
    2. Financed by: VWSC (Village Water Sanitation Committee)/ Zilla Parishad/ MJP
    3. Third Party Assessment of Nagade Nal-Pani Puravatha Yojana, Nagade, Yeola, Nashik –RWSS . Scheme Capacity: 0.206MLDFinanced by: Gram Panchayat/ Zilla Parishad .
    4. Rejuvenation of Jam River Water Shed at Sinner, Nashik :

    It consists of 23 numbers of villages which are primarily rain-fed covering an area of about 26,000 hectors. Our six students and three staff members from the institutes carried out the field data collection of 3 villages (Dodi Bk, Marhal, & Mitsagare at Sinner, Nashik District) in collaboration with IIT Bombay (UMA Team) and Yuvamitra (NGO) team for two weak. Submitted the report of water balance and crop pattern to UMA CTARA team.

    1. Third Party Assessment of Karhe Village under JSA (Jalyukta Shivaar Abhiyaan)
    2. Third Party Assessment of Saykhindi Village under JSA (Jalyukta Shivaar Abhiyaan)

    In addition to this our institute is organized field work follow-up workshop on “Improving the Performance of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector in Maharashtra”, during 15-16 January 2018 in collaboration with UNICEF, CTARA, IRAP.

    The UMA CTARA team has appreciated our effort for social work. As a result of this, our college will be able to bid for paid assessment for Rural Water supply scheme under the control of district administration.

Field visit along with IIT Staff.


Assessment of Depth and Diameter of Well.


Pumping Site of Nagade Village.


Farm Pond in Saykhindi Village.


Second Training Workshop of RWS Scheme held at AVCOE, Sangamaner.


2) JALYUKTA SHIVAAR ABHIYAAN

    Maharashtra government has launched the project "Jalyukt Shivar Abhiyaan" in a bid to make Maharashtra a drought-free state by 2019. The project involves deepening and widening of streams, construction of cement and earthen stop dams, work on nallahs and digging of farm ponds. Under this abhiyaan, our department has carried our two projects for third part preliminary assessment of Karhe and Saykhindi Village of Sangamner Tehsil of Ahmednagar district.

      Objectives:

      a) To inspect the JSA completed projects of Karhe Village and collect preliminary information.

      b) To measure the beneficiary effect of JSA completed work

      c) To study the crop culture / pattern of this village and evaluate the socio-economic development of village after JSA projects


Statistical Information of JSA Completed work from 01/01/2015 to 08/01/2015.


Assessment of Gambian Bandhara at Saykhindi.


Site View of JSA at Karhe.


Assessment Meeting of JSA.


Field Visit at Karhe.


Activities during JALYUKTA SHIVAAR ABHIYAAN


3) SOIL HEALTH CARD

    Soil Health Card Scheme is a scheme launched by the Government of India in February 2015 .Under the scheme, the government plans to issue soil cards to farmers which will carry crop-wise recommendations of nutrients and fertilizers required for the individual farms to help farmers to improve productivity through judicious use of inputs. All soil samples are to be tested in various soil testing labs across the country. Thereafter the experts will analyze the strength and weaknesses (micro-nutrients deficiency) of the soil and suggest measures to deal with it. The result and suggestion will be displayed in the cards.

    As a social work, our department has participated in this scheme individual without the support of Government Authorities since the institute is located in rural area and having some old history in co-operative sectors for the benefit of nearby farmers. The department has collected the soil sample from nearby farms and tested the various parameters like pH, N, P, K and salt concentration to check the fertility of soil. The suggestions to improve the properties of soil are also given over the soil health card. All these information are given free of cost. Up till now 100 soil health cards are issued to needy farmers.

Laboratory Analysis Work for Soil Heath Card


Soil Heath Card.


4) ECONOMICAL FERROCEMENT WATER TANK

    Objective: To develop low cost water storage system for rural area.

    Outcome: Solve the water scarcity problem of rural area.

    Application: It is used in remote villages where supply of water from regulatory bodies is not continuous.

    Cost of one unit: Rs. 2,000/-

Detailing and Hand Plastering of Ferrocement Water Tank

5) BAMBOO REINFORCED HOUSE

    Objective: To analyze and design the bamboo reinforced concrete structures.

    Outcome: Alternative to the steel reinforcement, which reduces the cost of construction.

    Bamboo used for construction:

    Dendrocalamus strictus species

Bamboo Reinforcement Work

6) FERROCEMENT CHECK DAM

    Special Features:

    Height and Width of Check Dam – 1 & 3 m respectively,

    It is made up of Ferrocement Technology with arch shape.

    Cement mortar 1:6 proportion, 8mmf reinforcement bar is used.

    Stores 20,000 litre water

    Cost is about Rs. 16000/-

Activities during construction of Ferrocement Check Dam









































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Nmae: Dinesh Sabale
1. Your memories with AVCOE…- memories with AVCOE are fascinating with all Royal facilities inside the premises like clean and hygienic Hostels, Canteen ( Nandu cha hot dog ani Prakash che pohe), well equipped Gym, huge playground, garden premises with huge greenery, well equipped lab, well maintained library, spacious classrooms and all friendly teaching and non-teaching staff. We used to study overnight on the playground and inside the college during the exams period.
2. What made you take Civil Engineering as a profession - The most innovative field I found with huge scope for implementing the innovative ideas for the nations development.The commonly used engineering in almost all sectors of private and government as well.
3. Something about your initial days after graduation…It was quite struggle because all employer were asking for the field experience while offering the job but I was completely fresher and having only the Degree with brand name of University & college in hand. The technical knowledge with theoretical background was the only seeds were having for growing the big size trees in the industry. Additional qualification with Higher education was one of the factor observed in the competition to survive. But because of the poor financial background, couldn’t take admission for higher education but then I did the distance Education in Construction Management from NICMAR while doing the job itself.
4. Why do people say Civil Engineering is a great and vast branch of Engineering? Because of vast scope in all sectors including government sectors with Infrastructure development etc. The major part of nations growth is linked with the construction development.
5. How did Civil Engineers differ from the others? Civil Engineers keeps the hands on knowledge of other field also and in most of the organizations the leading position is occupied by the civil engineers and the MEP team is working under them and results in the effective coordination.
6. Something about your current work positions.. I am working as a Assistant General Manager in Apeejay Education Society and looking after Pan India projects for constructions of colleges, schools and infrastructure etc. all over in our esteemed organization.
7. According to you, what is the importance of your discipline in the society? Major role in development and growth of the Universe in terms of Infrastructure and other development.
8. Career opportunities in this field? Planning Engineer , Contracts Engineer , Estimation and Budgeting Engineer, Billing engineer, Structural Engineer, MEP Design engineer, Survey works, Infrastructure development, Private sectors Government sectors like PWD , BMC, Railway, CIDCO, Metro etc.
9. What changes do we need to bring into the curriculum to make it solution oriented? Upgrade the students with latest technologies developed in the civil industry, awareness about the latest software like BIM ( Building Information Modelling) , Awareness about the practical lapses in the industry which may results in the failure of the projects, some SOP needs to be learned and understand from the person practically working on projects, Guest lectures needs to be arrange on different topics by working professionals from the industry.
10. And finally, your message to the young buddies…Please plan your career as per your interest and skill you carries so that you can perform best in particular field you choose and develop yourself accordingly. Please keep yourself upgraded time to time in the industry otherwise you may become NOKIA phone which was performed well without any defects but nowadays out-dated and not used by anyone due to failed in upgrading themselves. Always carry hard work, Honesty, Loyalty in your professional career wherever you work, which will ensure long lasting success and satisfaction with you.
Data of Alumni
1. Current job details - AGM( Pan India Projects) Apeejay Education Society at Navi Mumbai , Kharghar.

Name: Nikhil Gunjal
1. Your memories with AVCOE…- well equipped Gym, huge play ground, garden premises with huge greenery, well equipped lab, well maintained library, spacious classrooms and all friendly teaching and non teaching staff. We used all lab equipments during practical period.
2. What made you take Civil Engineering as a profession - huge scope for implementing the innovative ideas for the nations development.The commonly used engineering in almost all sectors of private and government as well.
3. Something about your initial days after graduation…It was quite adventures because I was preparing for competitive exam with good guidance from AVCOE professors ( Mr. Sandip Kolhe and Mr Balasaheb Gite)
4. Why do people say Civil Engineering is a great and vast branch of Engineering? Because of vast scope in all sectors including government sectors with Infrastructure development etc. The major part of nation’s growth is linked with the construction development.
5. How did Civil Engineers differ from the others? Civil Engineers keeps the hands on knowledge of other field also and in most of the organizations the leading position is occupied by the civil engineers and the MEP team is working under them and results in the effective coordination.
6. Something about your current work positions.. I am working as a Sub Engineer in Municipal corporation of Greater Mumbai.
7. According to you, what is the importance of your discipline in the society? Development and growth of the society in terms of Infrastructure and other development.
8. Career opportunities in this field? Planning Engineer , Contracts Engineer , Estimation and Budgeting Engineer, Billing engineer, Structural Engineer, MEP Design engineer, Survey works, Infrastructure development, Private sectors Government sectors like PWD , BMC, Railway, CIDCO, Metro etc.
9. What changes do we need to bring into the curriculum to make it solution oriented? Arrangement of seminar and presentation, GD on latest construction technology, efficient management. Upgrade the students with latest technologies developed in the civil industry, awareness about the latest software like BIM (Building Information Modelling) , Awareness about the practical lapses in the industry which may results in the failure of the projects, some SOP needs to be learned and understand from the person practically working on projects, Guest lectures needs to be arrange on different topics by working professionals from the industry.
10. And finally, your message to the young buddies… Set short term goal and plan your career as per your interest and skill you carries so that you can perform best in particular field you choose and develop yourself accordingly.
Data of Alumni
1. Current job details – Sub Engineer Grade 2, Hydraulic Engineer department, Municipal corporation of Greater Mumbai.

Name: Pratibha
1. Why AVCOE? :
After 12th standard, when I decided to pursue engineering as a career, it was AVCOE which attracted me the most. There were several reasons behind the same but the most important and prominent one was its 15 acres of beautiful campus and the blissful location that this campus was located in. Other facilities that AVCOE provided helped me immensely in shaping my academics most importantly its humungous library, all the well-equipped labs and also others recreational facilities. The other factor that impressed me most about AVCOE was it highly educated, learned and knowledgeable teaching and non-teaching staff who were stepping stones for my career. The other important memory that flashes back to me when I think of AVCOE is its strict adherence of discipline and time. It was only and only because of AVCOE that of understood importance of time and discipline in my life.
2. What made you take Civil Engineering as a profession?
Civil Engineering is the only field which is more practical and objective in its approach also the scope for the career in this field is wide as it covers both in private and various government sectors. These were the reasons which made me choose this field.
3. Something about your initial days during graduation: To be honest initial days of college were quite tough for me as college grilled us in every possible way but it is now that I realize it was only to make us stronger to face every situation in our future, It was college who arranged different seminars which helped us in shaping our future. It was only because of college that we could face and deal with setbacks that I received in initial stage of my preparation.
4. Why do people say Civil Engineering is a great and vast branch of Engineering?
A Career is Civil Engineering is a very creative one with every design, every opportunity. Engineer has to think out of the box to solve this wide range of challenges.
5. How did Civil Engineers differ from the others?
Civil engineers have quite different approach towards professions; they find opportunities in various fields like an energy, geotechnical, environmental etc. For developing nations civil engineers play an important role in meeting demands for transportation, energy, environment, waste disposal telecommunication and infrastructure.
6. Something about your current work positions: I am currently working as an Assistant Engineer in Maharashtra state Electricity Distribution Company limited.
7. Career opportunities in this field? : According to career opportunities thousands of Civil engineers are hired by the government in sector like PWD, WRD, WCD, MJP, BMC, Railways, CIDCO, MSEB, METRO, MHADA, Nagarparishd, Town planning etc, by government institutions, by PSUs and even by the private sectors.
8 And finally your message to the young buddies: In the initial days of your engineering itself fix your goal and start the preparation accordingly. Two things are very important for your career one is time i.e. once it passes it never going to come back and other is hard work it is the key to success. Also maintaining personal and work life balance is very important.
Data of Alumni:
1. Current job details- Assistant Engineer, Civil Subdivision Ahmednagar M.S.E.D.C.Ltd.

Name: Rajendra Bankar.

  1. Your memories with AVCOE… -

I have a ton of memories to share , but a few of the fondest ones would be , having the tasty khichdi behind our hostel, having "5rs chocobar" at the ice cream parlours. The tiresome process of using the STD PCO after 10pm ,as the rates would be 1/4th the original rates. The farewell party and the fireworks at the end of it surely have a special place in my heart and memories.

  1. What made you take Civil Engineering as a profession - Honestly, during my school and college days , due to lack of awareness, the only kind of engineering I knew was - Civil engineering. During 11th , i was having trouble understanding the subjects and generating interest in them so I dropped out and chose to do diploma and as fate would have it , I loved the subject and 6 years later , i was a Civil engineer!
  2. Something about your initial days after graduation…

Quite tough , i would say, as the initial jobs weren't good at paygrade but yes the learning I got during those years , worked wonders for me and I was able to build on it.

  1. Why do people say Civil Engineering is a great and vast branch of Engineering?

As the subjects covered here are the basics of every branch of engineering, i believe, a civil engineer can work in almost every field of engineering there is , be it , aerospace, aviation or IT.

  1. How did Civil Engineers differ from the others?

As I said earlier, I think civil engineers are better equipped to tackle all and any challenges thrown at them , as the curriculum is so tough , that you naturally cultivate that problem solving nature in yourself.

  1. Something about your current work positions..

I work as a liaising officer at a private firm in Mulund.

  1. According to you, what is the importance of your discipline in the society?

The foundation of every city , every society there is, was and will be laid by civil engineers and as we know, A building is only as good as it's foundation.

  1. Career opportunities in this field? Liaising officer, Planning Engineer , Contracts Engineer , Estimation and Budgeting Engineer, Billing engineer, Structural Engineer, MEP Design engineer, Survey works, Infrastructure development, Private sectors Government sectors like PWD , BMC, Railway, CIDCO, Metro etc.
  2. What changes do we need to bring into the curriculum to make it solution oriented?

Firstly, all kinds of software’s involved in design and drawings should be included in the curriculum.
And second, hands-on experience of new technologies on and off the filed should be given to the students. So that they are better equip ped when they start a job.

  1. And finally, your message to the young buddies…

Nothing worthwhile, was ever easy. That's the mantra I live by and that is what I would want the younger generation to live by. The competition in this field is more than it ever has been , so you have to be the best in business to make a difference. Also, once you reach a position where you influence progress, make sure that you do your duty towards the nation and take your country to new heights.
Data of Alumni
1. Current job details - Liaisoning officer at Shraddha landmark pvt.limited , Mulund East.

Name: Saiprasad Holkar
1. Your memories with AVCOE…- - AVCOE is not just college for me, it is full set of memory. All those days with friends, teachers are just mesmerizing. Those lectures, times spend in canteens, late night exam preparation in library, sports on ground, MEDHA fest, Techno fests and many more…..
2. What made you take Civil Engineering as a profession- Civil Engineering innovations have their greatest impacts on the quality of human lives. Buildings are the largest contributors to greenhouse gases. Civil Engineers make powerful buildings and other pivotal facilities which can make our life great. That’s why I choose it as a profession.
3. Something about your initial days after graduation…It was a quite struggle because all employer were asking for the field experience while offering the job but I was completely fresher and having only the Degree with brand name of University &college in hand. And at that moment I was very fascinated about learning more about the stock market and then when I started learning more about it, it grew into a passion and that’s when I realised I will follow my passion and make a career in this field. So I shifted my focus from Civil Engineering to Stock Market.
4. Why do people say Civil Engineering is a great and vast branch of Engineering? Because of vast scope in all sectors including government sectors with Infrastructure development etc. The major part of nation’s growth is linked with the construction development.
5. How did Civil Engineers differ from the others? Civil Engineers keeps the hands on knowledge of other field also and in most of the organizations the leading position is occupied by the civil engineers and the MEP team is working under them and results in the effective coordination.
6. Something about your current work positions.. Co-founder and Managing Director at Sharebiz Solutions.
7. According to you, what is the importance of your discipline in the society?
8. Major role in becoming financially stable and use money efficiently.
9. Career opportunities in this field?
Career opportunities in this field are Stock broker, Investment Advisor/ Financial advisor, Equity Research Analyst, Portfolio management, etc.
10. What changes do we need to bring into the curriculum to make it solution oriented? Upgrade the students with latest technologies developed in the civil industry, awareness about the latest software like BIM ( Building Information Modelling) , Awareness about the practical lapses in the industry which may results in the failure of the projects, some SOP needs to be learned and understand from the person practically working on projects, Guest lectures needs to be arrange on different topics by working professionals from the industry.
11. And finally, your message to the young buddies… Always follow your dreams and passion. Once you’re set in a direction to follow your dreams, never look back. Plan all your actions accordingly and never lose hope. Keep trying hard to become a better version of yourself. And as we live in a dynamic society so it is very important to keep yourself updated with the society.
Data of Alumni
1. Current job details – Co-founder and Managing Director at Sharebiz Solutions.

Name: Sumit Nawale
1. Your Memories with AVCOE
AVCOE memories are special because of its beautiful infrastructure, mainly bamboo tunnel structure get all the people fall in love with the college at the very first time, all royal facilities inside collage premises like well-equipped laboratories, fully ventilated classrooms, well-spaced and hygienic hostels and canteens, huge playground, very clean and full of greenery gardens, well maintained and properly managed library, college discipline, all friendly, supportive and very helpful teaching staff as well non-teaching staff, collage annual functions, college events etc. We always used collage library for study especially in PL’s and in exam periods.
2. What make you take Civil Engineering as a Profession?
Civil Engg is the most practical branch, you can see it, feel it on day to day basis, along with this it is a complete non-glam branch and is more functional in nature. Civil Engg field involves the application of knowledge of physics, mathematics, chemistry and biology for the betterment of a large settlement of human beings. Civil engineers always think out of the box to solve a wide range of challenges. Civil Engg is the most innovative field & has a huge scope in developing the nation
3. Something about your initial days after graduation
As I got placed in a third year of my college as a graduate engineer trainee in a city corporation Ltd, so I didn’t do any kind of struggle for searching job or from where I should start my carrier. But even when I had a job in my hand It is also challenging that how I should implement my all knowledge in actual practice being a civil engineer. but while working as a GET I found that I should take a specialization in particular field so that there is improvement in my knowledge so, along with my job I completed my master’s in construction Management and that was very helpful in my Mivan technology project in company.
4. why do people says civil engg is a great and vast branch of engineering
Because for improving or changing the infrastructure of the developing nation, to build a bridges, roads etc are very important thing and for for fulfilling all this needs of nation civil engineer plays a vital role. Apart from that nations growth is always directly linked with the construction development. Nations growth is totally dependent on its infrastructure how well it is design and developed.
5. How did civil engineers differ from others
Civil engineer encounter projects with unique challenges & requirement as well as helps in design, developing infrastructure, other large scale structural projects. In a construction field a whole project is accomplished by a different people or a team of people so an effective co-ordination is a key factor of a civil engineer
6. Something about your current work position
Recently I am working as a project Engineer in pride purple group. Execution, Estimation, management all this activities are handled by myself in our esteemed organization
7.Accourding to you ,what is the importance of your discipline in the society
Discipline helps an individual in becoming more focused, teaches a person how to be a responsible and respectful also brings stability and structure into person’s life. Along with this Discipline in the society promotes good human behavior to better society and make it more beautiful and enjoyable place for ever body to a part such a society.
8. career opportunities in this field
In private sectors opportunities like Planning engineer, Billing enginner, Estimating & Budgeting engineer, Structural engineer, Design engineer , contracts engineer, survey engineer etc & Government sectors like PWD, BMC, Railway, CIDCO, Metro etc
9.What changes do we need to bring into the curriculum to make it solution oriented
Guest lectures needs to be arrange from the working professionals so that student gets upgraded with what technology are actually used in the industry organization should give the knowledge of different technologies which are recently used in construction & infrastructure development(like Aluform, Mivan) industry visits needs to organized for the students so that they also get aware about how actually construction works, what are the difficulties, material selection criteria, what factors are responsible for failure or success of the projects etc.
10. And finally your message to the young buddies
Career development is an ongoing process consisting of four main steps like self-knowledge; exploration, decision-making, and action .so plan your carrier as per your interest and skills which you have so that you can do your best whatever you choose. Upgrade yourself each and every day so that your knowledge will explore day by day and you will not get any difficulty in your work. Along with that build a habit of always learning new thing so that success ultimately touches you instead of you have to run behind the success. And always do whatever you want to do with honesty and effort ultimately you will the satisfaction of your desired work.

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Program Educational Objectives (PEO's):


    1. The graduate will have professional competence with moral and ethical values to enhance their skills related to entrepreneurship, employability and higher education.

    2. The graduate will have sense of commitment for integrated and sustainable socio-economic development of the nation.

    3. The graduate will have an ability and motivation to carry out research and development activities using modern engineering tools and techniques.

    4. The graduate will have capability for critical thinking, engineering reasoning, problem solving, experimentation and teamwork.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSO's):


After successful completion of Civil Engineering program, the students will be enable to:

    1. Develop knowledge of building planning constructions, concrete technology, surveying, fluid and hydraulics, structural analysis and design, geotechnical and foundation, construction management, transportation and infrastructure, quantity surveying, and environmental engineering to design, develop and manage the civil engineering structures considering safety, health, ethics and environment aspects.

    2. Apply professional skills and fundamentals of mathematics, basic sciences, numerical methods, computer programming and applied mechanics in civil engineering field for the betterment of society through sustainable development.

    3. Excel careers in government, public and private sectors in addition to entrepreneurship and consultancy in the field of civil engineering.

Program Outcomes (PO's):


1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialisation for the solution of complex engineering problems.

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

3: 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 public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4: 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

5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6: 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.

7: 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.

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

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

10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the 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.

11: 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 multidisciplinary environments.

12: Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

Course Outcomes:


Sr. No. 2012 Course 2015 Course 2019Course
1. FE (Common) FE (Common) FE (Common)
2. SE Civil SE Civil SE Civil
3. TE Civil TE Civil
4. BE Civil BE Civil

Faculty:


1. Faculty Members:

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Name: Dr. M. R. Wakchaure
Designation: Prof., HOD & Dean Academics ;
Qualification: M.E.(Structure) Ph. D.(Civil Engg.)
Exp. Teaching: 32 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: madhukar.wakchaure@avcoe.org
Mob: 9422736711

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Name: Dr. J. B. Gurav
Designation: Professor
Qualification: M.E. (Water Resource Engineering), Ph. D. (Civil Engg.)
Exp. Teaching: 18 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 02 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Water Resource Engineering,Publications: click here Research Papers: click here
Contact Detail: jyotiba.gurav@avcoe.org
Mob: 9823346633
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Name: Dr. N. U. Mate
Designation: Asso. Prof.
Qualification: M.Tech (Structure) Ph. D.(Civil Engg.)
Exp. Teaching: 17 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: - SAP Programing
Contact Detail: nilesh.mate@avcoe.org
Mob: 9423622923
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Name: Dr. S. B. Kandekar
Designation: Asso. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structures, Ph.D.
Exp. Teaching: 14.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 0.5 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: sachin.kandekar@avcoe.org
Mob: 9890004028
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Name: Dr. R. S. Ingole
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M. Tech (Environmental Engg.), Ph. D. (Civil Engg.)
Exp. Teaching : 06 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Water and Wastewater Treatment
Contact Detail: ramakant.ingole@avcoe.org
Mob: 9765436687
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Name: Mr. A. V. Navale
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.Tech Offshore Engg., Ph. D. (Pursuing)
Exp. Teaching: 16 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 07 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Geotechnical Engineering
Contact Detail: avinash.navale@avcoe.org
Mob: 9819504024
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Name: Mrs. S. M. Pawar
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. (Water Resource Engineering)
Exp. Teaching: 33 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: - Water Resource Engineering
Contact Detail: sadhana.pawar@avcoe.org
Mob: 9371424318
Name: Mrs. V.A. Auti
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Water Resource Engineering
Exp. Teaching: 15 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Water Resource Engineering

Contact Detail: vijayashree.auti@avcoe.org
Mob: 9226971973
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Name: Mr. V. R. Rahane
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Environment Engg.
Exp. Teaching: 14.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 1.5 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Environmental Engineering
Contact Detail: vikas.rahane@avcoe.org
Mob: 8208248173
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Name: Mr. V. P. Kulkarni
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 14.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 1.5 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: vishwas.kulkarni@avcoe.org
Mob: 9850263147
Name: Dr. A. J. Mehetre
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structures, Ph. D.(Civil Engg.)
Exp. Teaching: 14 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 01 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: amol.mehetre@avcoe.org
Mob: 9860179804
Name: Miss. A. R. Ghode
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.Tech. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 11.0 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: asmita.ghode@avcoe.org
Mob: 9604046462
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Name: Mr. B. E. Gite
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 12.0 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 3 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: balasaheb.gite@avcoe.org
Mob: 9623450907
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Name: Miss. M. D. Kokate
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M. Tech. Urban Planning
Exp. Teaching: 7.3 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 02 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Urban Planning
Contact Detail: megha.kokate@avcoe.org
Mob: 9552880012
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Name: Mr. N. K. Khairnar
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: - M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 08 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: nilesh.khairnar@avcoe.org
Mob: 9423132075
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Name: Mr. S.B. Kolhe
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: - M.E. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 09 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 01 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: sandip.kolhe@avcoe.org
Mob: 9970413540
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Name: Mr. P.R. Mehetre
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 15 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: pravin.mehetre@avcoe.org
Mob: 9822539060
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Name: Mr. T. R. More
Designation: Asst. Prof
Qualification: M.E. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 7 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 3 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: tushar.more@avcoe.org
Mob: 878714864
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Name: Mr. P. R. Chandane
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Environment Engg.
Exp. Teaching: 7.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Environmental Engineering
Contact Detail: pradim.chandane@avcoe.org
Mob: 7507353943
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Name: Mr. D. T. Rahane
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 6.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 16 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: dnyaneshwar.rahane@avcoe.org
Mob: 9637925519
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Name: Mrs. C. M. Gunjal
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 6 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: chaitali.satpute@avcoe.org
Mob: 9763378290
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Name: Miss. J. A. Malunjkar
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 6 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: jyoti.malunjkar@avcoe.org
Mob: 9096477223
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Name: Mr. C. S. Kadlag
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Environmental Engg
Exp. Teaching: 08 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Environmental Engineering
Contact Detail: chetan.kadlag@avcoe.org
Mob: 9096543016
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Name: Mr. J. B. Sangale
Designation: Asst.Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Environment Engg
Exp. Teaching: 8.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Environmental Engineering
Contact Detail: jivan.sangale@avcoe.org
Mob: 9284926794
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Name: Mr. P. B. Kanawade
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: - M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 6 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: prashant.kanwade@avcoe.org
Mob: 9595796380
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Name: Miss. M. R. Gadhe
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Environment Engg.
Exp. Teaching: 7.0 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Environmental Engineering
Contact Detail: mayuri.gadhe@avcoe.org
Mob: 9552870997
Name: Mr. A.P. Yadav
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: - M.E. Structure
Exp. Teaching: 10 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Analysis of Structure
Contact Detail: abhijit.yadav@avcoe.org
Mob: 9403693554
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Name: Mr. A. C. Pemgirikar
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E.Construction Management
Exp. Teaching: 6.3 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Construction Technology
Contact Detail: anshuman.pemgirikar@avcoe.org
Mob: 9309865463
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Name: Mr. M.A. Nawale
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: - M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 8.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: mahesh.nawale@avcoe.org
Mob: 9850067174
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Name: Mr. A.C. Bochare
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Construction Management
Exp. Teaching: 7.5 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 0.6 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Construction Technology
Contact Detail: abhishek.bochare@avcoe.org
Mob: 9890882744
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MAV Name: Mr. N. V. Mande
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Water Resource Engg.
Exp. Teaching: 6 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Water Resource Engg.
Contact Detail: nandakishore.mande@avcoe.org
Mob: 9403599836
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Name: Mr. S. R. Wale
Designation: Asst. Prof.
Qualification: M.E. Structures
Exp. Teaching: 6 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 0.5 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Contact Detail: saurabh.wale@avcoe.org
Mob: 8806585333
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2. Adjunct Faculty:

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MAV Name: Dr. Abhay Genu Khandeshe
Designation: Adjunct Professor
Qualification: Ph.D. Civil Engineering
Exp. Teaching:00 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 34 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
MAV Name: Mr. Ballal Avinash Shamrao
Designation: Adjunct Professor
Qualification: ME Structures
Exp. Teaching: 00 Yrs
Exp. Indusrtial: 19 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering
Name: Mr. Pisal Yogesh Dattatraya
Designation: Adjunct Professor
Qualification: M Tech. Structures
Exp. Teaching:00 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 13 Yrs
Area of Specialisation: Structural Engineering

3. Supporting Staff:

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Name: Shri. S. S.Godase
Designation: Technical Assistant
Qualification: D. M. E
Acad. Exp: 25 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Contact Detail:
shrikant.godase@avcoe.org
Mob:
8483875000
Name: Shri. M. V. Shete
Designation: Lab Assistant
Qualification: I.T.I (Survey)
Acad. Exp: 34 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Contact Detail:
macchindra.shete@avcoe.org
Mob:
9421553428
Name: Shri. S. T. Shinde
Designation: Lab Assistant
Qualification: I.T.I (Survey)
Acad. Exp: 31 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Contact Detail:
subhash.shinde@avcoe.org
Mob:
9665732545
Name: Shri. N. S. Rahane
Designation: Lab Assistant
Qualification: B.Sc. (Chemistry)
Acad. Exp: 22 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Contact Detail:
nanasaheb.rahane@avcoe.org
Mob:
9860322325
MAV Name: Shri. V. D. Unde
Designation: Peon
Qualification: H S C
Working Exp: 33 Yrs
Exp. Industrial: 00 Yrs
Contact Detail:
Name: Mr. Ravindra N. Tambe
Designation : Tech. Asst.
Qualification : DCM
Acad. Exp(yrs) : 3.6
Exp Industrial (yrs) : NIL

Distinguished Alumni:


Sr. No Photo Name Details Year of Passing
1. Mr.Mrinmoy Mukherjee Director and CEO, SRT Sports Management Pvt Ltd, Mumbai 1993
2. Mr. Rajiv Nehru Head of Training and Product Development, RICS, South Asia. 1994
3. Mrs.Vaishali Gaykar Executive Engineer, MJP, Div I Pune 1998
4. Mr.Gayakwad Samadhan Director, Savali Construction Pvt Ltd, Sinnar 2002
5. Mr.Yogesh Garad Executive Engineer, Central Railway, (New Railway Track Ahemadnagar - Beed - Parali). 2004
6. Mr.Amol B. Kawade Assistant Executive Engineer Grade –I,Water Resource Department, Sangamner 2003
7. Image result for pravin kolhe Mr.Pravin Kolhe Superintendent Engineer, Irrigation Dept, Pune. 2004
8. Mr.Hase Sandip D. Assistant Executive Engineer Grade –I,Water Resource Department, Wardha 2007
9. Mr.Darole Jagdish Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Water Resources Department,Mangrul, Amravati 2007
10. Mr.Hase Ganesh R. Assistant Executive Engineer Grade –I,Water Resource Department, Washim 2007
11. Mr.Shaikh Asif P. Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Water Resources Department,Beed. 2007
12. Mr.Wakchaure Prashant P. Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Public Works Department, Bodhavad 2007
13. Mr.Dhole Deepak Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Public Works Department, Nashik CDO 2001
14. Mr.Jorvekar Yogesh Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Water Resources Department,Rahuri. 2010
15. Mr.Walve Sandip Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Water Resources Department,Washim. 2010
16. Mr.Harde Ganesh P. Assistant Executive Engineer Grade –I,Water Resource Department, Sangamner. 2011
17. Mr.Khatal Prakash Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Maharashtra JeevanPradhikaran, Chandrapur 2011
18. Mr.Gaikwad Mahesh Assistant Engineer Grade –I, Water Resources Department,Bhandara. 2012