Activities

Information Technology (B.Tech.)

Departmental Activities

 

1.Webinar on “Internship opportunity at Secure Layer 7”

On 2nd June 2021, the Department of IT has organized a webinar on the Internship opportunity at
secure Layer 7 in the Cybersecurity domain. Department of Information Technology has
signed MoU with Secure Layer 7 under which various activities are planned and Internship is
one of them.

Student Internship Program vision builds the best cybersecurity talent in the world using
SecureLayer 7’s foundation methodology. During this internship program, a student will be
experiencing the cybersecurity community culture and learning essential cybersecurity skills.
Cybersecurity is a complex field of information technology where students need to be
passionate about cybersecurity.

Every 2nd semester of BE (i.e. 6th semester), Company will interview 20 students or less, and
SecureLayer7 experienced team members will conduct students' interviews. The company will be selecting ten students out of 20 students. Selected ten students will be working closely with
SecureLayer7; there will be a tight NDA (Nondisclosure agreement) signed with every student.

Selected ten students will be on internship first phase till BE 1st semester (i.e. 7th semester).
ScureLayer7 will begin the 2nd phase of paid internship in the last semester of BE (i.e. 8th
semester). SecureLayer7 will select six students for a paid internship, and further, these
students will be converted to full-time employees.

2.Invited as an “Expert Speaker” on topic “Machine Learning” on 09/03/2021.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane delivered an “Expert Speech” at Sanjay Ghodawat Polytechnic institute, in the AICTE-ISTE sponsored Induction/Refresher Programme 2021, of “Advance Technologies in Computer Science, Data Science and Machine Learning”, on topic “Machine Learning” during 05/03/2021 to 11/03/2021. She has explained various concepts about machine learning (ML), its need, different approaches, types of ML and difference between AI, ML and DL.

3.Invited as an “Expert Speaker” on topic “Java and its web Applications” on 12/12/2020.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane delivered an “Expert Speech” on topic “Java and its web Applications” in the One-day national Webinar on “JAVA Past, Present & Future”, organised by the Indian Institute of Business Management, Patna and Sponsored by CSI, Patna Chapter.

4.Invited as an “Keynote Speaker” on topic “IoT and its Applications” on 23/11/2020.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane delivered a “Keynote Speech” in the AICTE Sponsored Online STTP on Green IoT Organized by dept. of Electronics and Telecommunication, Computer Engineering, Information Technology and Master of Computer Applications”, Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology (VESIT), Mumbai, on topic “IoT and its Applications” on 23/11/2020.

5.Invited as an “Keynote Speaker” on topic “Introduction to Machine Learning, Supervised and Unsupervised Learning” on 06/11/2020.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane delivered a “Keynote Speech” on “Introduction to Machine Learning, Supervised and Unsupervised Learning” at the lecture series on Machine Learning Webinar Organized by IFERP during 6th to 8th November 2020.

6.Invited as an “Keynote Speaker” and “Session Chair” on topic “IoT and Its Applications” and “Cognitive Process” resp. on 5th and 6th September 2020 resp.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane delivered a “Keynote Speech” in the 1st international virtual conference on integrated intelligence enable networks and computing (IIENC-2020) sponsored by TEQIP-3, SIRG, IEEE and Springer Nature, on topic “IoT and Its Applications” and “Cognitive Process” resp. during 5th to 7th September 2020.

7.Invited as an “Expert Speaker” on topic “An Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) and Its Applications for Smart Transparent and Immutable Ecosystem” on 19/08/2020.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane delivered a webinar in the Short-Term Training Program (STTP) on “An Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT) and Its Applications for Smart Transparent and Immutable Ecosystem” sponsored by AICTE and held by the computer Science and Engineering Department, Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology during 17th August to 21st August 2020.

8.Invited as an “Expert Speaker” on topic “Fuzzy Logic in AI and its Applications” on 07/08/2020.

Dr Sharvari C Tamane Delivered a webinar in the online national level FDP on Research Directions in Security and Computational Intelligence held by departments of Computer Engineering, Information Technology and MCA, VESIT, Mumbai in association with CSI during 3rd August to 8th August 2020.

9.Invited as an “Expert Speaker” on topic “Choose IT and Secure your Future!” on 01/08/2020.

Delivered a webinar on “Choose IT and Secure your Future!”, organized by JNEC Aurangabad, to promote JNEC BTech IT branch to engineering aspirants and their parents.

10.Organised an International Conference on Smart Innovations in Design, Environment, Management, Planning and Computing (ICSIDEMPC 2020), 30-31, October 2020.

ICSIDEMPC-2020 was organized to provide an international forum that brings together those who are actively involved in the areas of interest, to report on up-to-the-minute innovations and developments, to summarize the state-of-the-art, to exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of Intelligent Systems and Information Management, technologies and applications.

The concept of smart cities has spurred research and development in the domain of smart innovation i.e. sensor technology, data analytics, energy efficient planning and development, and decision making. Sensor technology is applicable in several domains of engineering, such as Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, where the development of sensors is pioneered by the Electronics Engineering. Such sensors are applicable in and for environmental audit and pollution monitoring, understanding of structural health e.g. bridges, dams and tectonic movements, efficient planning and monitoring of sensor networks through data analytics in the spatial and temporal domains and monitoring of engines related to performance, temperature and wear and tear. The objectives of the conference was to provide opportunities for the researchers, academicians, industry people and students to interact and exchange ideas, to serve as a forum to present and plan future work as well as to exchange research ideas in the field of smart innovations in Design, Environment, Management, Planning and Computing and to focus on innovative issues at international level by bringing the experts from different countries together.

We began our day at 1000 hrs with the inauguration ceremony which was virtually attended by more than 250 attendees, which included the delegates who registered for the conference. The conference was also telecasted live on Facebook via the official channel of MGM University.

Prof. Monica S. A. Oliveira, from the University of Aveiro, Portugal attended the conference as a chief guest. Dr. A. K. Nayak, the immediate past president of the Computer Society of India, and Er. Narendra Singh, the President, Institution of Engineers (India).

Prof. Monica S. A. Oliveira stressed on the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way of education, and it requires academicians and scientists would need to think differently to innovate.

Prof. A. K. Nayak talked about the importance of Computer Science and Information Technology in the emergent domains in the current scenario.

Er. Narendra Singh stressed on the need of AI, IoT and Blockchain technologies in the different disciplines of Engineering.

Keynote speeches were delivered by Dr. Monica S. A. Oliveira, from the University of Aveiro, Portugal and Dr. Mahesh P. Abegaonkar from IIT Delhi on Injection Moulding and 5G antennas, respectively.

On the first day, papers were presented on four different tracks in two parallel sessions each in the pre-lunch and post-lunch sessions. The sessions were judged for quality by the faculty members from inside and outside the University.

A panel discussion on the “Curricular implications in the context of smart technologies and the ecology of innovation”, moderated by Dr. Ashish Gadekar, Registrar, MGM University was held from 1530 hrs to 1800 hrs. The panel discussion focussed on the need to be student centric in terms of curriculum and pedagogy, and need to develop critical and analytical thinking. The panel discussion was attended by about 100 participants and had Dr. Saji Baby, Professor Hawalli-Tunis, State of Kuwait, Dr. J. Satya Sai Kumar, CEO (Vice Chancellor), Indus University, Ahmedabad, Dr. Richard Kemp, Executive Director, ScotsHunt, UK, Dr. K. K. Aggarwal, Chairman, National Board of Accreditation, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, Symbosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore, Dr. Vikas T. Patil, Project Management Consultant, Galfar Engineering & Contracting SAOG Oman, and Ms. Susanne Thompson, Managing Director, University Partnerships, Discovery Education, USA, as panel members.

The second day of the IEEE, CSI and IEI sponsored 2 days ICSIDEMPC-2020 conference started with the keynote speech by Dr Surya Durbha, IIT Bombay on “IoT innovations for Smart India“, which is an emerging branch applicable to various aspects of life along with the second keynote speech by Dr Nilanjan Dey, JIS University, Kolkata on “Small Data Handling” followed by 6 paper presentation sessions and the most awaited panel discussion session on “Change in business dynamics post pandemic and innovative ways to manage the change” by the eminent industry experts Mr. Mukund Kulkarni, Director, Expert Global solutions Pvt. Ltd., Mr Rajiv Vaishnav, Co-founder and Managing Partner at Cornerstone Venture Partners Fund, Mr Umesh Dashrathi, Managing Director, Rucha Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Samit Sachdev, plant head, Siemens Aurangabad, Dr Salil Sen, Rurbanization Consultant, W W E_Own = “We Own” Sustainability Visiting Professor (Intermittent) at Management Development Institute of Singapore, and Dr Dilip Gaur, Chairman IEI, Aurangabad chapter, which will help us to identify priority areas for engineering curriculum and the guidelines for teachers.

Total 80 papers were registered for the conference. Out of which 74 were presented in the various sessions of yesterday and today.

The analysis of the conference feedback forms (received from some of the participants) showed that the event was very well received as a valuable, stimulating and enjoyable day, particularly for making contact with PhD researchers, learning about on-going projects, and inspiring individuals’ commitment to pursuing their own research objectives. From the participants perspective, the event provided a great opportunity to address its aims related to bringing together information about smart innovations in various fields which were covered in this conference.

11.Organised an International Conference on Smart Innovations in Design, Environment, Management, Planning and Computing (ICSIDEMPC 2020), 30-31, October 2020.

ICSIDEMPC-2020 was organized to provide an international forum that brings together those who are actively involved in the areas of interest, to report on up-to-the-minute innovations and developments, to summarize the state-of-the-art, to exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of Intelligent Systems and Information Management, technologies and applications.

The concept of smart cities has spurred research and development in the domain of smart innovation i.e. sensor technology, data analytics, energy efficient planning and development, and decision making. Sensor technology is applicable in several domains of engineering, such as Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, where the development of sensors is pioneered by the Electronics Engineering. Such sensors are applicable in and for environmental audit and pollution monitoring, understanding of structural health e.g. bridges, dams and tectonic movements, efficient planning and monitoring of sensor networks through data analytics in the spatial and temporal domains and monitoring of engines related to performance, temperature and wear and tear. The objectives of the conference was to provide opportunities for the researchers, academicians, industry people and students to interact and exchange ideas, to serve as a forum to present and plan future work as well as to exchange research ideas in the field of smart innovations in Design, Environment, Management, Planning and Computing and to focus on innovative issues at international level by bringing the experts from different countries together.

We began our day at 1000 hrs with the inauguration ceremony which was virtually attended by more than 250 attendees, which included the delegates who registered for the conference. The conference was also telecasted live on Facebook via the official channel of MGM University.

Prof. Monica S. A. Oliveira, from the University of Aveiro, Portugal attended the conference as a chief guest. Dr. A. K. Nayak, the immediate past president of the Computer Society of India, and Er. Narendra Singh, the President, Institution of Engineers (India).

Prof. Monica S. A. Oliveira stressed on the fact that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way of education, and it requires academicians and scientists would need to think differently to innovate.

Prof. A. K. Nayak talked about the importance of Computer Science and Information Technology in the emergent domains in the current scenario.

Er. Narendra Singh stressed on the need of AI, IoT and Blockchain technologies in the different disciplines of Engineering.

Keynote speeches were delivered by Dr. Monica S. A. Oliveira, from the University of Aveiro, Portugal and Dr. Mahesh P. Abegaonkar from IIT Delhi on Injection Moulding and 5G antennas, respectively.

On the first day, papers were presented on four different tracks in two parallel sessions each in the pre-lunch and post-lunch sessions. The sessions were judged for quality by the faculty members from inside and outside the University.

A panel discussion on the “Curricular implications in the context of smart technologies and the ecology of innovation”, moderated by Dr. Ashish Gadekar, Registrar, MGM University was held from 1530 hrs to 1800 hrs. The panel discussion focussed on the need to be student centric in terms of curriculum and pedagogy, and need to develop critical and analytical thinking. The panel discussion was attended by about 100 participants and had Dr. Saji Baby, Professor Hawalli-Tunis, State of Kuwait, Dr. J. Satya Sai Kumar, CEO (Vice Chancellor), Indus University, Ahmedabad, Dr. Richard Kemp, Executive Director, ScotsHunt, UK, Dr. K. K. Aggarwal, Chairman, National Board of Accreditation, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, Symbosis University of Applied Sciences, Indore, Dr. Vikas T. Patil, Project Management Consultant, Galfar Engineering & Contracting SAOG Oman, and Ms. Susanne Thompson, Managing Director, University Partnerships, Discovery Education, USA, as panel members.

The second day of the IEEE, CSI and IEI sponsored 2 days ICSIDEMPC-2020 conference started with the keynote speech by Dr Surya Durbha, IIT Bombay on “IoT innovations for Smart India“, which is an emerging branch applicable to various aspects of life along with the second keynote speech by Dr Nilanjan Dey, JIS University, Kolkata on “Small Data Handling” followed by 6 paper presentation sessions and the most awaited panel discussion session on “Change in business dynamics post pandemic and innovative ways to manage the change” by the eminent industry experts Mr. Mukund Kulkarni, Director, Expert Global solutions Pvt. Ltd., Mr Rajiv Vaishnav, Co-founder and Managing Partner at Cornerstone Venture Partners Fund, Mr Umesh Dashrathi, Managing Director, Rucha Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Samit Sachdev, plant head, Siemens Aurangabad, Dr Salil Sen, Rurbanization Consultant, W W E_Own = “We Own” Sustainability Visiting Professor (Intermittent) at Management Development Institute of Singapore, and Dr Dilip Gaur, Chairman IEI, Aurangabad chapter, which will help us to identify priority areas for engineering curriculum and the guidelines for teachers.

Total 80 papers were registered for the conference. Out of which 74 were presented in the various sessions of yesterday and today.

The analysis of the conference feedback forms (received from some of the participants) showed that the event was very well received as a valuable, stimulating and enjoyable day, particularly for making contact with PhD researchers, learning about on-going projects, and inspiring individuals’ commitment to pursuing their own research objectives. From the participants perspective, the event provided a great opportunity to address its aims related to bringing together information about smart innovations in various fields which were covered in this conference.

12.Organised 2 days International workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning during 26th to 27th February 2021.

Day 1: 26th February 2021

We started our day at 10:30 am in the presence of Hon. Shri A. N. Kadam, Chancellor, MGM University, Aurangabad, Shri P. S. Borade, Trustee, MGM, Dr. Sudhir Gavhane, Vice Chancellor, MGM University, Aurangabad, Dr. Ashish Gadekar, Registrar, MGM University, Aurangabad, Dr. H. H. Shinde, Dean, Engineering and Technology, MGM University and Principal, JNEC and Dr V B Musande, Vice Principal, JNEC Aurangabad, and extended a warm welcome to our Guests Dr A K Nayak, Advisor of IIBM Group of institutions and Former President, CSI, Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra Director and Professor (CSE) & Founder  Director, Microsoft Innovation Centre,  Sri Aurobindo Institute of Technology,  Indore, MP, India, Dr. Kamal Kumar Sethi Professor & Head, CSE, Acropolis Institute of Technology &  Research, Indore, Dr. Xavier Chelladurai Director, HRDC and Professor, CSE, Christ Deemed to be University, Bangalore with more than 90 attendees, which included the participants who registered for the workshop. The workshop was also telecasted live on MGM University’s Facebook page via the official channel.

The inauguration session was started with lighting a lamp followed by a welcome address by Convener Dr Sharvari C Tamane, Professor & HoD, IT, JNEC. She shared the goal of the workshop and the performance assessment opportunities to be provided by the experts through the workshop at national and International level for researchers, academicians, industry persons and students.

Dr. V B Musande, Vice Principal JNEC addressed the audience about MGM University’s initiatives and foundation courses for graduate and post-graduate students.

Dr. Sudhir Gavhane, Vice Chancellor of MGM University, Aurangabad had given insights about applications of AI in industries.

Dr. A. K. Nayak, the immediate past president of the Computer Society of India attended the workshop as a chief guest. He stressed on Page 4- Policy on national education and the education for all movement of the Government of India of Sarva Shikshan Abhiyan (SSA). He said that everyone should understand and require all new set of skills and expertise to use the emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and SMAC (Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud), and the possibilities using these technologies to deliver education for all.

Keynote speech was delivered by Dr. Durgesh Kumar Mishra, Director and Professor from dept. of CSE, Sri Aurobindo Institute of Technology, Indore. He talked about Importance of Data & Data Science in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence with Python Programming. He focused on various applications of data science like Recommendations, Health care services etc. and demonstrated Python libraries and packages for data science for research.

Invited speech was delivered by Dr. Kamal Kumar Sethi, Professor & Head, CSE, Acropolis Institute of Technology & Research, Indore on Machine Learning Trends: Applications and Challenges. He focused on different aspects of Machine Learning, Deep Learning and how Google is utilizing machine learning with real time examples, like: Gmail-smart replies, Google Maps Search, Google Assistant, Google Translate, Google Photos, Google Music, Google Lens, Speech Recognition, Reverse Image Search etc. He also stressed on advantages, limitations and Challenges of ML techniques. Lastly, he talked about the focus areas of Indian government for AI and ML.

Second invited speech was by Dr. Xavier Chelladurai, Director, HRDC and Professor, CSE, Christ Deemed to be University, Bangalore on Face Recognition Algorithms and Applications. He discussed various algorithms in Face Recognition, Speech recognition, NLP, NLG, Robotics, Machine Translation and their Mathematical Foundations. He also discussed applications of these algorithms in different domains. He concluded his speech by discussing various case studies such as Craniofacial Anthropometry, Face signature, 2d face recognition techniques etc.

First day of the workshop was very informative and educational. Many new insights in AI and ML were highlighted with their day to day practical implications. Participants very actively interacted with all speakers.

The second day of the international workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning started with the invited speech by Dr Malaya Nayak, Fellow, Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), UK on Machine Learning. He explained various concepts about machine learning such as data collection, data verification, resource monitoring, feature extraction and process management. He also discussed the professional & ethical responsibilities along with trusted Artificial Intelligence and Opensource policies in Artificial Intelligence.

This was followed by Second invited talk by Dr Prashant Nair, Chairman, IQAC, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore. He had very beautifully explained differences between data science, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning. He introduced PROLOG software to the audience which is a very helpful tool for carrying out research in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Dr. S S Sonawne, Director, School of Mechatronics Engineering of Symbiosis Skills and Professional University (SSPU), Pune, in his keynote address had introduced IoT technology challenges in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. He also explained the IoT, as an anytime, anyplace and anything technology which will be the future of smart innovations. He gave insights about the intersection of IoT with AI and ML i.e. IOIT which are creating wonders in various fields such as Health care, Finance, and day to day lives with personal assistants like Alexa and Siri.

The analysis of the workshop feedback forms (received yesterday from participants) showed that the event was very well received as a valuable, stimulating and enjoyable day, particularly for making contact with PhD researchers, learning about on-going projects, and inspiring individuals’ commitment in pursuing their own research objectives. From the participants perspective, the event provided a great opportunity to address its aims related to bringing together information about current trends in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and many more topics in the country. Added to this, discussions during the day – particularly in the sessions, have helped identify priority areas for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Facial Recognition, Digital Twin, Transfer Learning, IoT, and Smart Innovations in the coming months.

Thanks to Dr Ashish Gadekar, Registrar, MGM University Aurangabad, for being with us in the valedictory function, it was honor for us for being available for us. Thanks for gracing our crucial work and sharing with us your opinion and findings.

Anchoring of the program was done by Mr Nouman Khan Pathan and Ms Madhuri Kawarkhe and Vote of Thanks by Mr A M Mohsin.

  1. Organised an OctoHack Challenge event by JNEC Red Hat Academy (RHA) for CSE/IT/MCA/ECT students during 3rd October to 10th October 2020.

Coordinator of JNEC RHA: Dr Sharvari C Tamane, Professor and HoD, IT

The Red Hat Academy of JNEC organised an OctoHack Challenge event that was a mix of coding and Hackathon aimed at students form all branches of MGM’s JNEC. Event details were published to all departments of the institution through official channels and social media. The event was split into 2 rounds. The participants were asked to join in groups of 2. A total of 37 teams registered using the invite link and 28 teams participated in the first round. The participants were asked to join a Discord server created for this event for communication. The details of each round:

  • Round 1(Coding Round): In this round all the students registered completed in a coding competition. 8 teams were selected from this round to compete in the final Hackathon round.
  • Round 2 (Hackathon): The selected 8 Teams were asked to prepare a project on the topic COVID-19, the participants got 1 week to prepare the project and present it to a panel of Judges (Faculty and Organizers). The winning Team was selected as the winners of the event.

Event Dates

Start date: 03 October, 2020

End date: 10 October, 2020

Round 1: 03 October, 2020 (10AM to 10PM)

Round 2: 05 October, 2020 to 10 October, 2020

Final Presentation: 10 October, 2020

Round 1(Coding Round)

The event starting time and joining procedure was informed to the students 48 Hours before the event started. To organize the coding competition, CodeChef online platform was used and all the participants registered on the platform. The competition consisted of 6 programming questions for the participants to solve. The challenge was to solve the maximum questions in the least amount of time. At 10AM on 3rd October the questions went live on the platform for the participants to solve. The participants were given 12 hours to work on their problems. CodeChef employs their own technique to identify plagiarism, all those who were found to copy the code where immediately disqualified. A live rank board in on the event page kept updated details of the top teams. At the end of the event, the top 8 teams where selected for the finals.

Round 2(Hackathon)

The selected team of 8 finalists were informed about the final round through a Google Meet call. The participants were asked to create a project which can be employed to make the life of people easy in the COVID-19 pandemic. The participants were given 5 Days to create their project (05th October -9th October). They had to present their project with a live demo to a judging panel on 10th October. The panel consisted of Prof. Vinod S. Agrawal (Faculty, MCA Dept.), Anay Joshi (Event Coordinator), Purnendu Ghokhale (Event Coordinator). The judging panel was the presentation and asked questions to the presenters and scored each project. A winning Team was selected on the basis of marks.

A Three Days Workshop on “Blockchain Fundamentals”

A Three Days Workshop on “Blockchain Fundamentals” was organised from 2nd July to 4th July 2019. The speakers of the session were Mr. Gaurav Somwanshi, (Future Leader, British Council) and Mr. Ganesh Anantwar, (Associate, J. P. Morgan) and participants were faculty and students from the various engineering colleges affiliated to Dr. B.A.T.U., Lonere. 

Contents: Introduction & History of Blockchain: Hype vs Reality, Nuts & Bolts of a Blockchain: How does Bitcoin work, Major Blockchain Platforms, Identification of Blockchain Use Cases, Real world  examples of Blockchain, Consensus Algorithms & Blockchain Security, Blockchain Network Architecture Models, Understanding Multichain: Basic Concepts, What are Smart Contracts, The rise of Etherium.

FIRST YEAR INDUCTION PROGRAM

An Induction program was conducted in the department for newly admitted first year students. In this program various activities were conducted for students like students aspirations and family expectation through which students can get an idea about how to handle aspirations and family expectations, peer pressure as per AICTE guidelines to make them aware of handling peer pressure and various sessions like Gratitude, Self and Body, Prosperity, KBC Game etc.

Study tour to ISRO NRSC-national Remote Sensing Center Hyderabad

ISRO is nations pride and taking students there is a true motivation for us. Department of IT organized a study tour to ISRO NRSC-National Remote Sensing Center, Hyderabad on 23rd sept 2019 for Third year students with dept. coordinators Ms. Vijaya Ahire Mr. Amol Mahadik, and Mr Yogesh Tayade. The objective of this visit was to explore research opportunities in the field of Remote sensing and GIS. Dr. Padmarani, Head, NRSC given presentation which was not only focused on various projects of ISRO but on: how ISRO founded?, contribution of legends like great scientists Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, Dr. A P J Abdul kalam and the challenges ISRO faced. Students got knowledge of ISRO centers in INDIA and responsibilities they are carrying and contribution of ISRO in space mission.

“Best HOD of the Year” CSI TechNext India 2019 Annual Industry- Acdamia Conference and Awards.

Prof. S.C. Tamane, Head of the Department of Information Technology received the “Best HOD of the Year” award from Computer Society of India, Mumbai Chapter at the CSI

TechNext India 2019 Annual Industry- Academia Conference and Awards, for her contribution to promote the employable skill enhancement programs for the students to strengthen the association with industry, Research Organisations, Government agencies.

Ms. Parminder Kaur has been awarded with doctoral degree

Ms. Parminder Kaur has been awarded with doctoral degree on” Spatial Data Mining of Multi Source data for agricultural usage” from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University under the guidance of Dr.K.V.Kale. She has been greeted by our Secretary MGM Trust on her achievement.

To understand Machine Learning, Statistics plays a very vital role. An expert talk on Statistics is delivered by Dr Omprakash Jadhav, Professor, Dr BAMU Aurangabad on 19th Oct. 2019. Third year students learned basics of Statistics, Probability Distributions, Hypothesis, Testing of Hypothesis etc.

Invited as a “Speaker” on topic “e-Governance and e-Learning”

Dr. S. C. Tamane invited as a “Speaker” for The UGC sponsored refresher course on “e-Governance and e-Learning” organised by UGC HRDC, on 4th November 2019 at Dr. BAMU Aurangabad.

Red Hat Academy (RHA) of JNEC received Gold Medal in the RHA CHALLENGE 2019 event held at DIETMS, Aurangabad. Raunak Borkar & Mr. Devendra Kulkarni of Red Hat Academy participated in ‘1st Open Source Conference, 2019’ and have won 1st Prize in the coding competition. Both of them won Amazon Kindle Paperwhite as a prize

  • Every year a one-week workshop on C/C++ language is conducted by the department faculty members for second year students to make concepts simpler.
  • Department has maintained a well bond with its Alumni by inviting them for interactions with their juniors and to guide them about technical requirements of industry.
  • To upgrade appetite knowledge and technical skills of student’s MATPO, InfyTQ and FNAT aptitude tests etc, are conducted in the dept.
  • To support overall development of students, a wall magazine activity “IT INFORIA” is carried out in the dept. regularly.
  • For hands on practice on various subjects of engineering virtual lab sessions, online exams and certification programs are regularly conducted in the dept.
  • As a part of grooming extra-curricular skills of students, events like “FM Radio Kay Tashan Baaz” are organized regularly.
  • To give the insight of the research work, local visits are regularly conducted to IT industries, research lab of Computer science and IT Dept. of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University, IT Park Aurangabad, National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology Aurangabad etc.
  • Students of dept. interacted with industry and academia experts in a recent mega Industry-Institute-Academia meet.
  • For the overall development of students, MGM is regularly organizing MGM Olympics and MGM heritage run where maximum number of students from the dept, are participating.
  • AMCAT and Co-cubes awareness session are arranged for students to prepare them for placements.
  • Students from second and third year participated in national level drama competition, Firodiya Karandak’20.
  • For the various posts of JNEC student council, students were nominated from the dept.
  • A guest lecture on ethical hacking was conducted by Mr. Amar Dabhade, Degimix Technological solutions Pvt. Ltd. for all IT students.
  • Students from the department participated in “Bhasha Diwas Program” and shown their talents in poetry and singing.
  • All faculty members and students have participated in a Tree plantation program at Nelgudi
  • Dept faculty members have published more than 10 research papers in the international journal /conferences in the AY 2019-20.

Red Hat Academy (RHA) of JNEC received Gold Medal in the RHA Challenge 2019 event held at DIETMS, Aurangabad. Raunak Borkar & Mr. Devendra Kulkarni of Red Hat Academy participated in ‘1st Open Source Conference, 2019’ and have won 1st Prize in the coding competition. Both of them won Amazon Kindle Paperwhite as a prize.