Faculty Development Program at Germany

MGMU’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College has established Innovation Incubation and Research Center (IIRC) for the first time in Marathwada region to enhance industry-oriented skills among students. The college owns industry setups purchased from Christiani Sharpline, a German-based organization. The main facilities of the center includes the Advanced Industrial Automation ,Mechatronics ,Industrial Fluid Power ,Industry 4.0, E-Vehicle and Computer Integrated Manufacturing lab in Association with Christiani Sharpline, Germany and SSIGMA, Pune. The center also has Industrial robotics lab of YASKAWA and TAL BRABO robots. Our main objective is to prepare industry ready engineers and also provide solutions to the surrounding Industries. For this purpose, our faculty also visited Christiani Sharpline, Mumbai and SSIGMA, Pune.


International Sumer School Russia’

Our Students Pratiksha Patil, Vaishnavi Rajurkar, Omkar Kulkarni along with faculty Ms. Aarti R. Salunke attended summer school on “Quantum Communications and Telecommunications” organized by Indian-Russian Scientific Centre, Rostovo, Russia for three weeks from 24/6/2019 to 13/7/2019 at the Southern Federal University, Russia.

Industry Visit

Our final year students had visited Greaves Cotton Pvt. Ltd., Aurangabad, on September 10, 2019. The purpose of this visit was to enhance the practical knowledge of the students and to provide them with industrial exposure. The Industry team explained the working and usage of all the electronic systems used there.

Guest Lectures

  1. R.P. Deshpande, a specialist in Indian Capacitor sector, interacted with our third-year students and enlightened them on the topic ‘Electric Vehicles’ on February 4, 2020. The speaker elaborated on various important techniques like better battery selection and battery optimization.
  2. In October 2018 a guest lecture was organized on ‘Industrial Controls & Automation’ by D.K. Deshmukh, Executive Engineer (Retd.) MAHAGENCO, Bhusawal.
  3. On January 27, 2019 a guest lecture on ‘Internet of Things’ was organized by our Proud Alumni Mr. Gurjit Singh Gill, presently working as a Founder and Director of Gill Instruments, Bangalore.


LED Workshop was arranged for the First-Year students by our faculty members Ms. A.R. Salunke, Ms. C.S. Khandelwal and Ms. S.D. Gavraskar. The aim of the workshop was to develop a cost-effective LED flashing and lighting to understand the modern devices with their capabilities and limitations.

E&TC Winners

  1. MGM Olympics 2019 was held on 2-4 December 2019 where in our students won the Gold Medal in Kabaddi. Akash Kale had won the Gold Medal and Ritesh Kumar Yadav won the Silver Medal in Power Lifting.

2. Our final year students Vyankatesh Kulkarni, Sachin Tadvi & Yash Rajput won 1st Prize for their project ‘IOT based Smart Mirror’ in Nirmaan 2K19, sponsored by IE(I), Aurangabad. This project was guided by Dr. S.N. Pawar

3. Raunak Borkar & Mr. Devendra Kulkarni 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.

4. On 27th August 2019, in an open source expo held at the PES College of Engineering, Aurangabad, our students Pratik Sarda and Abhijeet Mohanan won the First Prize in Project Competition by demonstrating their project named DOCKER on IOT using Raspberry Pi.

Social Activity

  1. Tree Plantation at Nirgudi

A tree plantation programme was organized by MGM, Aurangabad at Nirgudi Village on 18th July, 2019. Our students had planted more than 1000 saplings in a single day!

2. NSS Camp at Melghat

NSS Camp was held at Melghat, Dist. Amravati from 25th July 2019 to 4th August 2019 wherein our students participated enthusiastically. The sole objective of this camp was to help the tribal children and provide them with medicines, making them aware about the importance of health.

3. Blood Donation Camp

A blood donation camp was organized on 31st January 2020, as a departmental activity with the help of MGM Blood Bank.  Students experienced the “Joy of Giving” by participating in blood donation camp in large numbers.