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Amrutvahini College of Engineering Sangamner

Introduction:


The budding engineers begin their journey from First Year Engineering department. So, main aim of the dept is to ensure, strong foundation in the subjects of Science, Mathematics and Basic Engineering disciplines such as Basic Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Engineering Graphics and Fundamentals of Programming Languages. Also to nurture creative and innovative thinking, they are taught project based learning. They are made aware of self responsibility, through teachers and guest lectures by outside experts and make them to realize what they owe to the society.
The department of F.E. is having 13 basic science and 30 basic engineering faculty. The teachers are friendly, competent, well experienced and enthusiastic. The team of F.E. teachers is headed by one senior teacher working as F.E. co-ordinator, who will be responsible for planning and execution of all the activities of First Year Engineering from beginning to end of First Year. The overall personality of the students is developed through very effective planning, organizing, coordinating and controlling the well planned teaching-learning process and various co-curricular & extracurricular activities. The department has very well ventilated, high-tech class rooms, well equipped laboratories and computers with necessary infrastructural facilities.

  1. Excellent academics by well qualified, experienced & dedicated staff.
  2. Effective and Innovative teaching.
  3. Very good Infrastructure.
  4. Meticulous implementation of well planned academic calendar.
  5. Active participation in sports & cultural activities.
  6. Consistent & very good university results.
  7. Teaching beyond the syllabus, for bridging the gap.
  8. Students Book Bank.
  9. Meticulously planned Induction Program and Universal Human Values.
  10. Foreign language (Japanese & German) certification course.
  11. Central Computing Facility for students beyond college hours.
  12. Lush green, clean & energy efficient campus.
  13. Availability of many facilities in the campus itself.

Vision & Mission:


Vision:

  1. To transform first year students into future competent engineers with social values, through continual excellence, in the basics of engineering education.

Mission:

  1. To make the students to feel comfortable and stay at an ease in college.
  2. To impart quality education and training in Mathematics, Science & Basics of Engineering subjects.
  3. To develop an ability to communicate effectively and apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering.
  4. To inculcate creativity and innovative thinking ability in Engineering.
  5. To nurture professional & ethical values for successful career.

Infrastructure:


Sr.No. Type No. of Rooms Seating Capacity (Each) Area (Sq. M)
1. Lecture Halls 9 66 626.13
2. Drawing Hall 1 66 134
3. Tutorial Rooms 1 30 41.05
4. Conference Room 01 350 152.50
5. Library 01 15 41.05
6. Laboratories 8 22 1014.86
7. Faculty Rooms 1+1 6+4 67.31+20 =87.31
8. F. E Coordinator Office 1 2 33
9. H.O.D Office 01 01 33.50
11. Boy’s Common Room 01 6 25.00
Total 2188.4

Laboratories:


CCF LAB

ENGINEERING PHYSICS LAB

Engineering Chemistry lab: Total area 138.sq.m

BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGG. LAB: 57.26 sq.mtr

Basic Electrical Engineering : Area 73.4 sq.m

Engineering Mechanics Lab.

Systems in Mechanical Engineering Lab

Faculty:


Sr.No Name of Faculty
1 Prof. V.Y. Patil
2 Prof. V.P. Waghe
3 Prof. A.R. Tambe
4 Prof. D.N. Kalokhe
5 Prof. S.S. Deshmukh
6 Prof. S.V. Palimkar
7 Prof. R.D. Kandekar
8 Prof. P. Patra
9 Prof. P.N. Khairnar
10 Prof. K.B. Barange
11 Prof. V.B. Khemnar
12 Prof. M.G. Kalhapure
13 Prof. A.K. Inamdar
14 Prof. S.M. Landge
15 Prof. S.J. Aher
16 Prof. A.A. Joshi
17 Prof. Vijaykumar
18 Prof. B.N. Bansode
19 Prof. A.E. Kachare
20 Prof. H. A. Shinde
21 Prof. R.G. Tambe
22 Prof. P.N. Shingote
23 Prof. S.R. Wachaure
24 Prof. V.P. Kulkarni
25 Prof. A.P. Yadav
26 Prof. D.T. Rahane
27 Prof. N.V. Mande
28 Prof. T.R. More
29 Prof. R. S. Gavhane
30 Prof. G. B. Jambukar
31 Prof. N. H. Tambe
32 Prof. A. B. Aher
33 Prof. P.S. Shivsharan
34 Prof. N.T. Kurhe
35 Prof. P.G. Sangale
36 Prof. K.S. Bhagwat
37 Prof. A.S. Shinde
38 Prof. R.G. Dhamak

Syllabus:



UG:
Sr. No. 2012 Course 2015 Course 2019 Course
1. FE (Common) FE (Common) FE (Common)

Achievements:


  1. FE Meritorious 2019-20 Sem-I Click Here
  2. FE Meritorious 2018-19 Sem-I Click Here
  3. FE Meritorious 2018-19 Sem-II Click Here
  4. FE Meritorious 2017-18 Sem-I Click Here
  5. FE Meritorious 2017-18 Sem-II Click Here

Program Outcomes (PO's):


    PO1. Engineering Knowledge:
    Graduates will demonstrate applicatio n of fundamental knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering.

    PO2. Problem Analysis:
    Graduate will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems.

    PO3. Design/Development of Solutions:
    Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in socio-technical contexts by demonstrating awareness of contemporary issues.

    PO4. Conduct Investigation of Complex Problems:
    Graduates will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems using research based knowledge and research methods.

    PO5. Modern Tool Usage:
    Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment to analyze engineering problems.

    PO6. The engineer and Society:
    Graduate will be able to apply contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, Safety, legal and cultural issues.

    PO7. Environment and Sustainability:
    Graduate will understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of need for sustainable development.

    PO8. Ethics:
    Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities.

    PO9. Individual and Team Work:
    Graduates will demonstrate the ability to function on engineering task as well as on multidisciplinary design teams.

    PO10. Communication:
    Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.

    PO11. Project Management and Finance:
    Graduate will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to work as a member or leader of team.

    PO12. Life-long learning:
    Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of lifelong learning.

Department Initiatives:


Sr. No. Department Initiatives
1. F.E. Convention Programe.
2. F.E. Induction Programe.
3. Amrut Meritorious Scholarship.
4. Teaching Learning Practices
5. Student Parent Counseling cell.
6. Women Empowerment cell (for Girls Students).
7. Remedial Classes for weaker Students.
8. Career Guidance cell.
9. Motivational Lectures.
10. Tutor/Mentor Scheme.
11. Social, nature awareness programe.
12. German, Japanese Language certification courses.
13. Student alumni Interaction (Buddy Scheme).
14. Students Solar Ambassadors Workshop.