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Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Approved by AICTE & Affiliated to Mumbai University
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Vision
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About VESIT
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Infrastructure
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Course Content
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Results
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Department Wise Information
 Electronics Engineering
 Electronics & Telecommunication
 Instrumentation Engineering
 Computers Engineering
 Information Engineering
 Masters of Computer Application
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Institute Activities & Achievements
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Previous Recruiters
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Contact Us
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Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Table of Contents
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Vision
“To create a vibrant knowledge oriented environment with innovative teaching practices and to inculcate a tradition of
socially conscious application of technology.”
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Shri Hashu Advani along with his 10
friends started Vivekanand Education
Society ( VES) as a small school, in a
barrack, which has grown like a
Banyan tree, with a spread of 26
institutions.
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Shri Hashu Advani was the Muncipal
Corporator, MLA Urban
Development Minister and Finance
Minister in the Government of
Maharashtra.
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V.E.S has Completed its Golden
Jubilee in the Year 2012.
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Founder of V.E.S
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Hashu Advani : Remembering, Valuing and Imbibing the teachings and the
life of, The Unassuming Leader of the People.
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Samarpan :Total dedication and devoted to serving humanity
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Samdrishti : Humanitarian feeling, behaviour with equality for all
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Vishalta : Visionary in pursuit of excellence for a value rich education
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Karm yogi: A doer, Actions spoke louder than words
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Kadar : Valued humanity and the importance of Education and Learning in
building a better future
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Founder of V.E.S
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Milestones
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Founded in 1984
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Approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE),
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Affiliated to University of Mumbai
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Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA)
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Under Graduate Courses
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Electronics (ETRX)**
Computers (CMPN)**
Instrumentation (INST)**
Electronics & Telecommunication (EXTC)**
Information Technology (INFT)*
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
About VESIT
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Post Graduate Programs
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M.E. Electronics & Telecommunication
M.E. Information Technology
M.E. Instrumentation & Control
Master of Computer Application (MCA)
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( ** indicates Accredited by National Board of accreditation (AICTE))
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( * indicates Accreditation under process by National Board of accreditation
(AICTE))
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
About VESIT
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Has a well built campus with separate floors allotted for each departments
and a separate R&D section for development in research fields.
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Hostel facility for boys and girls with a total intake of 286 students and 132
rooms are available.
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State of the art laboratories.
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Highly qualified, experienced & professional faculty with industry &
research exposure.
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Has a Play ground to conduct various sports activities.
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Infrastructure
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Playground and Auditorium
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Library
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Faculty Qualification
Chart Title
60
50
Number
40
30
20
10
0
Current
Pursuing
Ph.D
P.G
Graduates
12
10
52
0
21
0
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First Year
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C++
Engineering Mechanics
Basic Electricals And Electronics
Applied Physics I
Applied Chemistry I
Applied Mathematics I
Java
Engineering Drawing
Communication Skills
Applied Physics II
Applied Chemistry II
Applied Mathematics II
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Electronics Domain
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Fundamentals of Electronic circuits
Digital Logic and Design
Electrical networks analysis
Control systems
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Course Contents – Common Subjects
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Applied Mathematics
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Electrical Devices And Circuits
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Electrical Networks
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Digital Logic and Design
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Principles of Communication
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Microprocessor & Microcontroller
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Networking
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Presentation & communication Techniques
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Core Engineering Subjects - Second
& Third Year
Electronics
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VLSI
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Advanced VLSI
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VHDL
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Embedded -Systems
Common Subjects
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DTSS
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Communication systems
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Digital Comm.
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Microwave Devices & Ckts
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Power-Electronics
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Robotics
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Electronic Instrumentation
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Filter design
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Analogue & Digital IC
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Computer-Organisation
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TV &Video Engg
EXTC
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Radar
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Optical Fibre Comm.
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Antenna wave-propagation
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Mobile -communication
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RF Ckt Design
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Neural Networks
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Wireless Networks
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IETR
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Satellite -Communication
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Telecom Network Mgt
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Course Contents - ETRX & EXTC
Electronics
ETRX & EXTC
Instrumentation
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Power Electronics
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Digital Signal Processing
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Transducers
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Filter Design
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Electronic Instrumentation
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Analytical Instruments
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Electrical Technology and
Instruments
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Signal Conditioning
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Biomedical Instrumentation
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Control systems
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Nuclear Instrumentation
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Process Instrumentation
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Advanced Embedded Systems
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Course Contents - ETRX & EXTC
CMPN
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Computer Hardware
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Analysis of Algorithms
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Compiler Construction & system
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Common Subjects
INFT
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Database Management
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Financial Accounting
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Warehousing and Mining
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Manufacturing Process
programming
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Web Technology
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Middleware technologies
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Advanced Microprocessors
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Computer Graphics
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( Intel / Pentium)
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Mobile computing
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Computer Modeling and Simulation
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Automata Theory
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Data structures
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Robotics
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E-Commerce
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Course Contents - CMPN & INFT
CMPN
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Computer Hardware
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Analysis of Algorithms
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Compiler Construction & system
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programming
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Advanced Microprocessors
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( Intel / Pentium)
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Computer Modeling and Simulation
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Automata Theory
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Robotics
MCA
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Database Management
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(Warehousing and Mining)
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Web Technology
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Computer Graphic
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OS
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Data structures
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E-Commerce
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C,C++,JAVA
INFT
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Financial Accounting
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Manufacturing Process
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Middleware technologies
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Course Contents - MCA & CMPN/INFT
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Grade Point Average (GPA) system is
not calculated in M.U. Grading System.
Hence GPA is not included.
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The class is awarded for the whole year
on the aggregate of the two semesters
that comprise the year.
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The class of the Bachelor’s Degree is
awarded on the basis of the average of
the 7th and 8th semesters’ percentages.
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The student must clear all heads of
passing in one attempt to receive one of
the classes mentioned in the table above
failing which he receives a pass class
irrespective of percentage secured.
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The Student must clear all heads with
40 % marks.
Distinction
70% & Above
First Class
Between 60% &
70%
Second Class
Between 50% &
60%
Pass Class
50% & Below
Fail
Less than 40%
(45% for MCA)
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Grading System
Final Year – Engineering Record
Above 70
65-69.9
8%
60-64.9
58-59.9
55-57.9
6%
33%
8%
24%
21%
below 55
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Results - Final Year
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Results - Final Year
Percentage
160
Number of Students
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
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Precentage
Above 70
65-69.9
60-64.9
58-59.9
55-57.9
below 55
139
92
101
33
33
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Department of Electronics Engineering
Department of Electronics Engineering
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
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About Department
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Infrastructure
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Faculty Profile
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Student Profile
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Achievements of Department
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Student Centric Activity
Department of Electronics Engineering
Department of
Electronics
Engineering
Foundation
Vision
Mission
Electronics department of VESIT
was established in the year 1984.
The department is committed to
produce technocrats ready to
handle the state of art technologies
in the field of Electronics
Engineering, with a humane
approach.
To emerge as a centre of excellence
in the field of Electronics
Engineering with emphasis on core
electronics field.
Department of Electronics Engineering
About Department
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Sophisticated Lecture rooms.
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Six well equipped laboratories.
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Over 3000 books on Electronics Engineering in the college library.
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A departmental library having selected reference books.
Department of Electronics Engineering
Infrastructure
Tools
ISIS Proteus and
MPLAB software
support in all P.Cs.
Intel’s SDK85,
SDK51 and SDK86
kits.
Space (Sq. Mt)
93.51
Capacity
20-25
Subjects
Microprocessor and
Microcontroller-1,
Microprocessor and
Microcontroller-2
Department of Electronics Engineering
Advanced Microprocessor
System
Tools
Sun v240 Servers,
Solaris 8 and Micro
wind Software
support &
Communication
System Kits
Space (sq.mtr)
92.17
Capacity
20-25
Subjects
VLSI, AVLSI,
Digital
Communication &
Coding
Techniques.
Department of Electronics Engineering
VLSI & Communication
Tools
Soldering Kits and
Latest Practical
Kits .
Space (sq.mtr)
92.17
Capacity
20-25
Subjects
Robotics Project,
Power Electronics.
Department of Electronics Engineering
Robotics & Power Electronics
Tools
Digital Multi
meters for
Hardware design.
P Spice and
MATLAB for
Software design.
Space (sq.mtr)
46.08
Capacity
20-25
Subjects
Electrical
Networks, BEE,
Electrical
Measuring
Instruments.
Department of Electronics Engineering
Basic Electrical & Electronics
Faculty Profile
Faculty Profile
Department of Electronics Engineering
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12
Number
10
8
6
4
2
0
Pursuing
Current
Ph.D
P.G
Graduates
3
1
3
9
0
1
Faculty Experience
Faculty Experience
15 - 20 years
10 - 15 years
5 - 10 years
6%
25%
19%
19%
31%
Less than 5 years
Department of Electronics Engineering
Greater than 20 years
Student Profile
Aggregate up to Sem 5
65-70
10%
60-65
58-60
55-58
Below 55
7%
40%
4%
26%
13%
Department of Electronics Engineering
Above 70
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Students Of T.E, from ETRX department, had participated in the national
level competition of Cadence Design Contest 2010 AND WON – 1st Prize.
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Electronic staff member Asawari Dudwadkar was awarded research grant
by Mumbai University under Minor research grant scheme for the academic
year 2012-2013 in ‘Digital Control for induction heating.
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Students selected for national level E-Yantra robotics competition in Jan
2014. E-Yantra is an initiative by MHRD and IIT Bombay to improve the
quality of robotics and embedded systems education in the country.
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Students won an event, “Mission Mumbai” organized by VJTI in
Technowanza.
Department of Electronics Engineering
Achievements of Department
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Two groups from the college consisting of students of ETRX and EXTC
department participated in Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge : India
Analog Design Contest 2014.
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Dhanesh Pradhan, Mihir Patankar, Vignesh Srinivasan, Khyati Mardia and
Audrija Mukherjee worked on ‘TADPA (TAser Defibrillator PAcemaker)’
under the guidance of Mr. Hardik Shah.
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Malhar Chaudhari, Virag Doshi, Moumita Dey, Sarvesh Patkar, Suchitra S,
Tushar Advani, Akshay Gharge and Vinayak Joshi presented ‘Kindle for
Blind’ under the guidance of Mr. Hardik Shah.
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Sarvesh Patkar stood 6th in India in Ramajunam Contest organized by
ISTE.
Department of Electronics Engineering
Achievements of Department
Sr No
Name of
Event
Name of
Student(s)
Remarks/Ac
hievements
Year
1.
Intel India
embedded
challenge
Parth
Chaudhari
2nd Prize
2010
2.
Intel India
embedded
challenge
Shrutee
Kamath
2nd Prize
2010
3.
Intel India
embedded
challenge
Arnold
Pereria
2nd Prize
2010
Department of Electronics Engineering
Achievements of Department
Sr.
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Name of Event
Name of
Student(s)
Remarks/Ac
hievements
Year
1.
Intel India embedded
challenge
Parth
Chaudhari
2nd Prize
2010
2.
Intel India embedded
challenge
Shrutee
Kamath
2nd Prize
2010
3.
Intel India embedded
Arnold
2nd Prize
challenge
Pereria
Cadence Design Contest Arnold Pereira 1st Prize
2010
4.
2010
Department of Electronics Engineering
Achievements of Department
Achievements of Department
Name of
Students
1.
Nikhil Bhalerao
2.
Rahul Bhambere
3.
Sourabh Sawant
4.
Sarvesh Bhargav
Name of
Event
Society/ Remarks/
Year
Event
Achievement
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National level IEEE
1st Prize
2010-11
TPP
National level Trinity
1ST prize
2013-14
TPP
DJSCoE
National level Trinity
1ST prize
2013-14
TPP
DJSCoE
National level Trinity
1ST prize
2013-14
TPP
DJSCoE
Department of Electronics Engineering
Sr.
No.
Sr.
No.
1.
Name of Event
2.
Robofest
3.
Robofest
4.
Robofest(Innovative Chassis
Design)
5.
Time out quiz
Enigma(IEEE 360 Degrees)
Name of Student Remarks/
(s)
Achievements
Nikhil Bhalerao
1st prize
Siddhesh Parab
Satish Teli
Mayur Shete
Anand Rathi
Rucha Geedh
Aparna
Mohankumar
Akhil gore
2nd prize
1st prize
1st prize
1st prize
Department of Electronics Engineering
Achievements of Department
Student Centric Activity
Workshop/Seminar: The department has organized various workshops for
students which include:
 Arduino Workshop.
 Data Encryption.
 Emerging Trends in Signal and Image Processing.
Department of Electronics Engineering
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Student Centric Activity
Faculty Development Programs organized by department includes:
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SCILAB Workshop by IITB
Embedded workshop on ARM-7 by ESA Ltd. Bangalore
Power generation workshop by Prof. D.R . Pagay
Nanotechnology workshop by Ex- BARC Director, Physics.
Analog and Digital communication by FALCON Ltd., Mumbai
FPGA Demo and Hands-on training by NIT-2 Design solutions
Proteus VSM Demo and Hands –on training by Cybermotion Ltd., Hyderabad.
Department of Electronics Engineering
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Student Centric Activity
01/01/2013
To
04/01/2013
01/01/2013
To
04/01/2013
23/12/2012
To
27/12/2012
Industry name
Organizing
Target
Duration
Society/ Class
Students
Schneider Electric,
Titan Energy Systems,
Vinayak Steels Ltd,
Hyderabad
ISTE
B.E, T.E & S.E
4 Days
Siemens Ltd,
Ultratech Automotives ,
G.M.I. Zarhak Moulders
PVT Ltd, Goa
IEEE
B.E, T.E & S.E
4 Days
MG Dairy,
Secure Electronics,
Udaipur
CSI
B.E, T.E & S.E
4 Days
Department of Electronics Engineering
Date
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Embedded systems
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Robotics
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Image processing
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Communication Engineering
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VLSI
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Signal processing
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Power electronics
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Electronic instrumentation
Department of Electronics Engineering
Projects Domains
Placement Statistics
Academic Years
Department of Electronics Engineering
120
Percentage
100
80
60
40
20
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%Jobs Offered
%Placed
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
95.45
90.9
80.56
75
76.67
66.67
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
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Placement Incharge
Mr. Hardik Shah
Contact Number:- +91 98 33 394803
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Student Placement Coordinators
Sarvesh Bhargav
Contact: [email protected]
Nikhil Mogare
Contact: [email protected]
Department of Electronics Engineering
For Industry
Institute
Interaction
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication
Engineering
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
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About Department
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Infrastructure
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Faculty Profile
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Student Profile
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Achievements of Department
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Student Centric Activity
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Contact Details
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Department of
Electronics and
Telecommunicatio
n Engineering
Foundation
Vision
Mission
The Department of Electronics &
Telecommunication Engineering
was started in the year 1992 with
its B.E. course and included M.E.
from the year 2000.
Towards developing a centre of
excellence in the field of
Electronics & Telecommunication
and to nurture students to become
technocrats with a human outlook
To empower the budding engineers
to meet the growing challenges of
industry.
It has been accredited by the NBA
in 2006.
To promote a cutting-edge research
to benefit the society locally and
globally.
To develop young engineers with
human and social intellectual
qualities required for practices
responsible engineers.
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
About Department
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Four Lecture rooms equipped with technical support for audio-visual
interaction
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Eight laboratories with cutting-edge apparatus
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Available Software Tools :
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COMM SIM for analogue & digital design
PCAAD for antenna design
OTDR
MSOFT for microwave amplifier and antenna design.
MATLAB for Designing and simulation
OPTIWAVE software for optical fibre communication
Other Tools like P Spice Professional, Xilinx, Proteus etc.
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Infrastructure
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Apart from IIT-Bombay, the
department is the first one to have
purchased OPTIWAVE optic system
software package for fibre optic
projects.
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Satellite communications trainer kit,
Colour and Monochrome TV trainers,
DSOs, TFT monitors have also been
recently purchased.
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Infrastructure
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Faculty Profile
Faculty Profile
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7
Number
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Pursuing
Current
Ph.D
P.G
Graduates
3
4
0
7
0
1
Faculty Experience
Greater than 20 years
15 - 19 years
21%
10 - 14 years
5 - 9 years
7%
22%
29%
21%
Less than 5 years
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Faculty Profile
Results 1st Year Pie Chart
50-59%
60-70%
Greater than 70%
16%
47%
37%
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Student’s Profile
Results of 2nd Year Pie Chart
50-59%
60-69%
Greater than 70%
21%
43%
36%
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Student’s Profile
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Student’s Profile
Results Upto Semester 5
45
40
35
Axis Title
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Number
Less than 55%
55 - 58%
58 - 60%
60 - 65%
65 - 70%
Greater than
70%
6
3
5
13
10
40
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1st, 4th and 7th university rank holders in year 2013
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won first and third price in technology day march 2013
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won first price in project presentation competition ‘CII-TECH CONNECT 2013’
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2nd place in state-level Technical Paper Presentation Competition in “Techware
2k13” by ITSA-RAIT; TPP Topic : “Bionic Contact Lens”
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1st place in “JA – Titans”; a National-level Business Strategy Simulation
Competition
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3rd place in Elecrama 2014; TPP Topic : “Solar Stalker”
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The faculty of EXTC department had published 57 papers and 5 papers in
international journals and national journals respectively
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The faculty of EXTC had presented their 41 papers and 59 papers international
conferences and national conferences respectively
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Department has conducted various Training programs and Workshops
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Achievements
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The main domains for the projects carried out in the department include:
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Optical Communication
Microwave Communication
Signal and Image Processing
Digital Communication
Wireless Communication
Interactive Voice Recognition System
RADAR Signal processing
Embedded system
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Achievements
FPGA Design and Simulation
RF Circuit Design and Simulation
Antenna Design
Application-specific Communication System using Integrated Development
Environment (IDE)
 Artificial Intelligence through neural networks and fuzzy systems
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Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Achievements
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Planned Departmental Schedule.
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Periodic Tests & Mock Vivas.
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Progress Report of project maintained.
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Counselling for Weak Students by Counsellor as well as Academic Coordinators
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Review of Feed Back from students
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Skill enhancement lectures
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Various workshops and lectures conducted for students
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Student Centric Activities
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Placement Record
Placement Record
120
Percentage (%)
100
80
60
40
20
0
%offered
%placed
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
100
94.44
101.42
88.57
96.46
92.42
77.27
77.27
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
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Training And Placement Officer
Mr A. Nagananda
Email id : [email protected]
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Placement Incharge
Mr Shobhit Khandare
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Student Placement Coordinators
Atharva Ponkshe
Rishi Hemdev
Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
For Industry
Institute
Interaction
Department of Instrumentation
Department of Instrumentation
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
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Vision and mission
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Infrastructure
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Faculty profile
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Students profile
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Achievements
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Student centric activities
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Course contents
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Placements
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Contact details
Department of Instrumentation
Department of
Electronics
Engineering
Foundation
Vision
Mission
VESIT is proud to be the first
institution to offer
Instrumentation Engineering in
Mumbai University under the
ablest leadership of Dr. G.
Haridasan our mentor.
To create proactive, noble
personalities and integrated
individuals who will use their
knowledge and be fully engaged in
the field of Instrumentation.
The Department of
Instrumentation Engineering
strives to provide superior
education for students to develop
critical, analytical, and imaginative
thinking to enter the workplace
with confidence, to move beyond
entry-level jobs, to pursue lifelong
learning so as to contribute
towards the betterment of the
society.
Department of Instrumentation
About Department
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Distributed Control Systems & Programmable Logic Controllers Lab
Process Instrumentation Lab
Transducers Lab
Analytical Instrumentation, Nuclear Instrumentation And Biomedical
Instrumentation Lab
Control Systems Lab And Embedded Systems Lab
Analog Electronics Lab
Research And Development Lab
Department of Instrumentation
Infrastructure
PLC & DCS Lab
DCS Workstations
Department of Instrumentation
PLC Panels
Process Instrumentation Lab
First/Second Order Setup
Department of Instrumentation
The complete Lab Setup
Process Instrumentation Lab
Pressure Control Loop Setup
Department of Instrumentation
Junction Box
Facilities in the Lab
Single Loop Controller Based Set Ups
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 Level Control Loop
 Pressure Control Loop
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Programmable Logic Controller Based
Set Ups
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Ratio Control Loop
Split Range Control Loop
Heat Exchanger Set Up I
Batch Reactor Set Up I
Distributed Control System Based Set
Ups
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Heat Exchanger Set Up Ii
Batch Reactor Set Up Ii
Mass Flow Meter Set Up
Pump Characteristics Set Up
Control Valves Characteristics &
Sizing Set Up
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CV Testing Set Up
Other Set Up
First/Second Order System Set Up.
Pressure Control Loop Set Up.
Department of Instrumentation
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Transducers Lab
Resistance Temp. Detector
Department of Instrumentation
Rotameter
Transducers Lab
The Complete Transducers Lab Set
Up
Department of Instrumentation
Orifice Plate, Venturi & Flow
Nozzle Set Up
Biomedical And Nuclear
Instrumentation Lab
Department of Instrumentation
EMG setup
GM counter and Nuclear
spectrometer
Embedded Systems Lab
Department of Instrumentation
8051 Microcontroller Kits
Research & Development Lab
Department of Instrumentation
Complete Research And
Development Lab
Faculty Profile
Faculty Profile
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Department of Instrumentation
12
Number
10
8
6
4
2
0
pursuing
completed
Ph.D
post graduation
graduation
0
4
2
10
0
4
Faculty Development Programs
The faculty has also undergone Industrial Training in various famous
establishments such as:
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IISC Bangalore
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
Crompton Greaves
Siemens
Larsen & Toubro Limited
Workshop on DCS system
Workshop on Embedded systems.
Department of Instrumentation
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Student Profile
Number of Students
65 to 70%
60 to 65%
18%
58 to 60%
55 to 58%
11%
6%
23%
16%
26%
below 55%
Department of Instrumentation
above 70%
Academic Years
100
90
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
aggregate percentage
F.E(2010-11)
S.E(2011-12)
T.E(2012-13)
55.9693
63.1282
62.902
Student Profile
Comparative progress of VESIT INSTRUMENTATION batch 2011-2015 year wise.
Department of Instrumentation
Percentage
80
•
Avinash Somanathan has published a research paper in Ieeexplore
during an International Conference approved by IEEE(USA) on Circuit,
System, Communication and Information Technology Applications.
•
Shridhar Loknathan, Radhika Mujumdar, Yash Teckchandani,
G.Sivaperumal received the 1st Rank in Learning Beyond Syllabus- an
initiative by VESIT, for on Wireless Notice Board using Raspberry pi and
Python coding.
•
VESIT has tied up with National Instruments and has a established NI
Academy in the instrumentation department.
Department of Instrumentation
Achievements
Student Centric Activities
Workshops and Seminars
Embedded System Workshop
PCB Workshop
Workshop on Arduino
Workshop on Labview
ISA MAHARASHTRA conducted a seminar on ‘Enterpreneurship & Goal Setting’ at
VESIT
 Seminar on ‘How to write technical paper’
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Department of Instrumentation
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BARC, Mumbai
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Material Merceplast Ltd, Silvassa
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Bluestar Limited, Silvassa
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RCF, Mumbai
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Aker Solutions, Mumbai
•
UHDE India, Mumbai
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Fluidtecq Pneumatics, Mumbai
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Bunty Biscuits, Mumbai
•
Virgo Engineering, Pune
Department of Instrumentation
Industrial Visits
ISA-VESIT
•
ISA-VESIT is a student section of ISA International that comes under the
•
ISA-VESIT is the most active Society aiming to bridge the Gap between the
student community and the industry by creating an interactive agenda.
•
They mainly cater the Instrumentation students, Faculty and industry.
•
Their members include students from the First Year to the Fourth Year of
Engineering.
Department of Instrumentation
ISA Maharashtra Section.
Learning Beyond Syllabus
A group of students did projects as a part of their course in ‘Learning
Beyond Syllabus’ such as:
 Spy Robot
 Digital Stethoscope with murmur detection
 Wireless Notice Board
 Embedded System
 Surveillance Robot
Department of Instrumentation
•
Research and Development Projects
•
Some students completed various projects in the vacation such as:
•
Avinash .S and Jitesh Cheejwani opted for exclusive scholar program in
ECG amplifier and Heart rate monitor
Department of Instrumentation
 Water Alarm
 Mobile Phone Detector
 Remote-Controlled Home Appliances
Automation Exhibition
Department of Instrumentation
VESIT participated in the India Automation Technology Fair (IATF 2013),
held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre to showcase the fully equipped process
instrumentation laboratory in the college.
Placements Record
Academic Years
50
45
Department of Instrumentation
40
Number
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Jobs Offered
Placed
2011
2012
2013
46
43
40
38
35
28
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
•
Placement Incharge
MR. PRASAD GODSE
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Student Placement Coordinators
Sarvesh Bhargav
Contact: [email protected]
Nikhil Mogare
Contact: [email protected]om
Department of Instrumentation
For Industry
Institute
Interaction
Department of Computer Engineering
Department of Computer Engineering
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Department of
Computer
Engineering
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
•
About Us
•
Infrastructure
•
Faculty Profile
•
Students Profile
•
Achievements
•
Students Centric Activities
•
Contact Details
About Department
Foundation
Vision
Mission
The Department of Computer
Engineering was started in the
year 1984 with its B.E. course. It
has been accredited by the NBA in
2006
To reach international standards
in empowering students with
computing skills and cutting edge
technology.
To Sustain excellence in teaching &
research and create a “Center of
Excellence”
To Provide broad Educational and
Research experiences through
interdisciplinary and industrial
collaboration programs.
To Prepare students to enter the
world of computing and make them
ready for productive employment in
the public or private sectors,
enhancing their entrepreneurship
skills and pursue advanced degrees
Infrastructure
•
Five Lecture rooms and one seminar room equipped with Data Projector,
Laptop, OHP.
•
9 Labs, and one server room aimed to provide the students with exhaustive
hands-on experience and practice.
•
One departmental library with Reference Books, Project/Seminar reports.
•
One tutorial room.
•
Emphasis in Teaching Learning Process.
•
Developed facilities supporting complete software development.
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Faculty Profile - Experience
Faculty Experience
Greater than 20 years
15 - 20 years
10 - 15 years
5%
29%
5 - 10 years
Less than 5 years
9%
28%
29%
Student’s Profile – Results Upto
Semester 5
Percentages
45
40
35
Number
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Numbers
Above 70
65-69.9
60-64.9
58-59.9
55-57.9
below 55
42
42
34
8
10
13
Project Domains
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Data and graph mining
•
Neural Networks
•
Android Application Development
•
Human Computer Interaction
•
Networking and Security
•
Image Processing
•
Artificial Intelligence
•
E-commerce
•
Cloud Computing
Achievements
Members
Project/Event
Organizer
Achievement
Sagar Gurnani
Samyukta Iyer
Nitish Mhalgi
Deepika Dixit
Modified 3D
playfair stream
cipher
IJCA
International
Paper Published
Ritesh Talreja
BOTNET: The
Chandrashekar
hidden spies
Dashudu
Anish Raniwala
International Conferences
IJERT
International
Paper Published
International Journals
(24)
(16)
Achievements
Members
Project/Event
Organizer
Pallavi Wadhwani
Jayesh Asrani
Cornerstone
(Marketing Event)
Neeraj Chahclani
Ashish Pinjwani
Sahil Gupte
Divyesh Darde
Ajit Naik
Sagar Ramrakhyani
Web it
Nucleus-2013
NITIE
Management
College, Powai
Shah & Anchor,
Chembur
Divyesh Darde
JA Titans
Delloite
Webpreneur
Technovanza’13
VJTI
Achievemen
t
National level
Finalist
1st prize
Runners Up
Cash Prize Rs.
10,000/Best Coder
Rs. 750/-
Achievements
Salman Dhariwala and
Komal Patil
Divyesh Darde, Sagar
Ramrakhyani,Sahil Gupte,
Ajit Naik.
1st prize at NATIONAL LEVEL
project competition
“INNOVATION 14” SIES,NERUL
Runners up, JA Titans organized
by Delloite. Cash prize Rs.10,000/-
Achievements
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Research initiatives by faculty
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Intelligent Agents
E-Governance
Networking and Web Applications
Data Retrieval and Knowledge Management
Information Systems
Digital Signal Processing
•
National Conferences
(22)
•
International Conferences
(04)
•
International Journals
(20)
Student Centric Activities
•
Planned Departmental Schedule.
•
Periodic Tests & Mock Viva
•
Seminar on Advance Topics by industry experts.
•
Mini projects.
•
Progress Report of project maintained.
•
Counselling for Weak Students by Counsellor as well as Academic
Coordinators.
•
Vedanta to de-stress students.
•
Review of Feed Back from students
•
Learning beyond syllabus (LBS) encourages students to innovate projects
outside their curriculum.
For Industry
Institute
Interaction
•
Head Of The Department
Mrs. Nupur Giri
•
Placement Incharge
Mrs. Indu Dokare
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
•
Student Placement Coordinators
Mohit Adwani
Chandrashekar Dashudu
Siddhesh Sinkar
Priyanka Sabhagani
•
Email id : [email protected]
Department of Information Technology
Department of Information Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
•
About Us
•
Infrastructure
•
Faculty Profile
•
Students Profile
•
Achievements
•
Students Centric Activities
•
Contact Details
Department of Information Technology
Department of
Computer
Engineering
Foundation
Vision
Mission
Started in 1999 with a vision to
help students capitalize onto the
IT boom, we are now entering into
the 14th year of existence.
To create a high quality academic
and research environment, which
empowers faculty and students
attain the highest levels of
excellence as professionals in the
field of Information Technology, in
turn leading to the creation of
leaders and trend-setters for the
next generation IT Industry.
The Department Strives in the
pursuit of excellence to achieve
heights in the field of Information
technology.
Department of Information Technology
About Department
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Four Lecture rooms.
•
Seven well equipped laboratories.
•
Around 1000 titles on Information Technology in the college library.
•
A departmental library housing selected references.
•
Developed facilities supporting complete software development
Department of Information Technology
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
Advanced Database Systems Lab
 The lab comprises of well-upgraded computers installed with various Database
tools & Servers like Microsoft SQL Server 2005/08 & MS Access, Oracle 9i/10i,
Visual Studio 08/10.
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Software Project Lab
 This lab has been specially provided for the students to perform their project work
with several advanced computers with latest soft-wares like MATLAB, Visual
Studio 2010 & Adobe Illustrator.
•
Object Oriented Programming Lab
 A dedicated lab that caters to requirements of Multimedia with latest soft-wares
like Adobe Photoshop & CorelDraw, Visual Paradigm, Adobe Macromedia Studio,
Macromedia Flash, Dreamweaver, Autodesk 8.0.
Department of Information Technology
•
Faculty Profile
Faculty Profile
Department of Information Technology
12
10
Number
8
6
4
2
0
pursuing
completed
Ph.D
post graduation
3
2
4
7
Student’s Profile - Results Upto
Semester 5
Percentages
Department of Information Technology
25
Number
20
15
10
5
0
Numbers
Above 70
65-69.9
60-64.9
58-59.9
55-57.9
below 55
21
10
18
7
8
2
Name of
College
Event
Name
Name of
Student(s)
Achievements
Level
VESIT
LBS
Rohit Joshi
Arjun Bhadra
Adwait Vyas
Vedant Pandit
Chinmay Pai
Developed an Android
Application –
snAppLocker
College
Shobhit Sinha
Trupti Agarwal
Developed a path
following robot using
KVR Bootloader
College
Prasad K.
Mandar Kambli
Website for College
College
Department of Information Technology
Achievements
Name of
College
Event
Name
Name of
Student(s)
Achievements
Level
VESIT
CSI Open
Software
Priyanka Asrani
Vishal Akshali
Home Alarm System
College
Aakash Mishra
Symmetric Key Logger
College
Department of Information Technology
Achievements
•
Rajesh Kanjan stood 1st throughout Mumbai University in the year 20112012.
•
Developed a Literature Game
•
Developed a Path Following Robot Using KVR Loader
•
Developed a College Website Using PHP
•
Android Application for College Attendance
•
Developed a Home Alarm System
Department of Information Technology
Achievements
Module
Description
Data Analysis and
Business Interaction
Expert lec. On Earned
value Analysis in the
subject of SPM
Google Day
Developed /
Organised By
Sandeep U and
Amit S
Shalu .C
Duratio
Resource
n
Persons
01 day
Accenture
01 day
Mrs Arundhati .B
from L&T
Asha B & Anjali Y
01 day
Google
Technology Day
Shalu .C &Vidya
.P
01 day
Project Exhibition
Department of Information Technology
Student Centric Activities
Module
Developed /
Description
Organised By
Expert lec. On B.E projects Roopkala.R
Silver Light and .NET
Jayashree .H
Microsoft Appfest
Sandeep U and
Roopkala R
Asha.B
3D Modeling
Duratio
Resource
n
Persons
01 day
Roshan
(B.E
student,VESIT)
01 day
Seed Infotech
01 day
Microsoft
01 day
3DPLM S/W
Solution
Department of Information Technology
Student Centric Activities
•
Looking Beyond Syllabus (LBS)
•
The department has contributed to the Looking Beyond Syllabus program
which encourages students to innovate in subjects outside their curriculum.
•
Projects done Under LBS
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Developed
Developed
Developed
Developed
Developed
Symmetric Assignment Key Verifier
an Android based security application
a security App- All Secure
Image Recognition Software
Integrated Secure IT for finance and other corporate firms software
Department of Information Technology
Student Centric Activities
Placement Record
Academic Years
Department of Information Technology
120
100
Number
80
60
40
20
0
Job Offered
Placed
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
100
92.95
114.08
97.18
102.98
83.58
94.03
88.06
•
Head of Department
Mrs Vijayalakshmi
•
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
Placement Incharge
Mrs. Vidya Pujari
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Student Placement Coordinators
Anvay Agte
Aakash Mishra
Department of Information Technology
For Industry
Institute
Interaction
Department of MCA
Department of MCA
Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology
Vivekanand Education Society’s
Institute of Technology
About Us
•
Infrastructure
•
Faculty Profile
•
Students Profile
•
Achievements
•
Students Centric Activities
•
Contact Details
Department of MCA
Department of
MCA
•
Name of the Department
Master of Computer Application
(Affiliated to the University of
Mumbai)
Year of Starting of The Programme
2003-2004
Duration of Program
3 Years ( Full Time)
Sanctioned Intake
120 + 28 (Lateral Entry)
Department of MCA
About Department
Foundation
Vision
Mission
The department of MCA was
introduced in the year of 2003-04
To lead the way, in partnership
with others, in achieving a
forefront position in areas of high
impact that will benefit the
students to become successful
professionals, benefit the region,
and the nation.
To provide opportunities to
students so that they understand
the theoretical principles that
enable them to continually master
the evolving tools, techniques, and
trends in technology and
management and put them in
practice in a cost effective manner.
Department of MCA
About Department
•
Object Oriented Programming
•
Computer Graphics
•
Computer Organization & Architecture
•
Network Security
•
Software Engineering
•
Operation Research
•
Discrete Mathematics
•
Software Project Management
•
Principles & Perspectives of Management
•
Core & Advanced Java
•
Data Structures
•
Advanced Database Theory & Applications
•
Operating Systems
•
System Modelling & Simulation
•
Computer Networks
•
Soft Skills Development
•
Probability & Statistics
•
Advanced Web Technology & .NET
•
Financial Accounting
•
Wireless & Mobile Technology
•
Database Management Systems
•
Soft Computing
•
Distributed Computing & Cloud Computing
Department of MCA
Course Contents: Core Subjects
Course Contents: Labs & Electives
Electives
•
Programming & Software Engineering
•
Geographical Information System
•
Web Technology & Web Project Development
•
Embedded Systems
•
Programming & Statistical
•
Service Oriented Architecture
•
Operating System & Digital Computer Networks
•
E-Business
•
Computer Graphics
•
Human Computer Interface
•
DBMS & Software Testing
•
Cyber Security
•
Core & Advanced Java
•
Advanced Database Theory and Applications &
UML
Multimedia Technology
•
•
Information System Security & Audit
•
Advanced Web Technology & .NET
•
Bioinformatics
•
Wireless & Mobile Technology
•
Software Quality Assurance
Department of MCA
Labs
•
The Department has 4 well-equipped laboratories with around 120
computers connected under one LAN.
•
Wireless Internet is available to the students in the laboratories as well as
the classrooms for maximum productivity.
•
The Department has access to a state of the art library with seats around
150 students and has over 1000 domain related titles, international journals
and magazines.
•
Spacious classrooms equipped with the best educational aids help provide
the students a complete learning experience.
Department of MCA
Infrastructure
Laboratories: Hardware
Configuration of Computer Hardware
P4
Core 2 Duo
i3
i5
Servers
Printer
2%
7%
6%
36%
37%
Department of MCA
12%
•
Server Operating System: Windows 2003 Server, Fedora 12
•
General Purpose Operating System: Windows 7 Professional
•
Server Software: Oracle Server 10.1.2
•
Statistical Analysis: SPSS 15.0
•
Endpoint Security: Quick Heal Total Security
•
Developer Tools: MSDN Academic Alliance
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Office Project Professional 2013
Visio Professional 2013
Office Web Apps 2013
Office Access 2007
Visual Studio 2008, 2010, 2012 Professional
Department of MCA
Laboratories: Software Licenses
Faculty Profile
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Pursuing
Non Pursuing
Department of MCA
Number
Faculty Profile
UG
1
1
PG
0
15
Experience
Faculty Experience
1 to 5 years
6 to 10 years
11 to 20 years
20 to 30 years
12%
24%
29%
Department of MCA
35%
Letter Grade
Grade Points
Performance
80.00 and above
O
10
Outstanding
75.00 – 79.99
A
9
Excellent
70.00 – 74.99
B
8
Very Good
60.00 – 69.99
C
7
Good
55.00 – 59.99
D
6
Fair
50.00 – 54.99
E
5
Average
45.00 – 49.99
P
4
Pass
Less than 45.00
F
0
Fail
Student Profile
Since Academic Year 2012-2013, the MCA Department has transitioned into a Credit Based Grading System, the details
of which are as follows
Department of MCA
Percentage of
Marks Obtained
Result Analysis
CGPI Upto Sem 3
45
40
35
Department of MCA
Number
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
CGPI Upto Sem 3
5 - 5.9
6 - 6.9
7 - 7.9
Above 8
2
27
40
19
VESIT versus Mumbai University
Graphical Analysis of the Results of Batch (2012-13)
100
90
80
60
Department of MCA
Percentage
70
50
40
30
20
10
0
VESIT
MU
SEM-I
SEM-II
SEM-III
SEM-IV
SEM-V
69.35
47.25
62.71
40.46
83.24
56.95
87.04
54.21
92.59
71.96
Placement Record
Chart Title
60
50
30
Department of MCA
Axis Title
40
20
10
0
Students Placed
Students with Internships
Strength
2012-2013
2013-2014
40
41
46
20
49
55
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Many students from the current batch have previous employment experience
after their Graduation Degrees.
•
More than 10 students have been awarded a scholarship from Sir Ratan
Tata Trust worth 75% of the academic fees for excellence in academic
performance.
•
Two students got selected among the top 10, in the C & FOSS-Python
Contest held at Mumbai University
•
The students have been major contributors to developing and maintaining
websites for college festivals and committees (SPARC, Illusion, Sphurti,
Training & Placement Cell)
•
More than 10 students have been selected for the Code for Good Hackathon
2014 organized by JP Morgan.
Department of MCA
Student Achievements
Student Achievements
Among sports achievements, the department has
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•
State Level Participation in Swimming
District Level Championships and Awards in Swimming, Skating
District level participation in Volleyball
Multiple Student playing for the Mumbai District Football Association
Finalists at Carrom at the University Level for 3 years in a row
Inter-College Level Achievements in Football, Cricket and Carrom and Chess
Achievements at various levels for General Knowledge, Science, Academic
Excellence and Outstanding Corporate Performance
Department of MCA
•
Number of Projects
Database Oriented
Web Technologies
Mobile Computing
Networking
E-Commerce
Other
8%
6%
39%
14%
5%
28%
•
The M.C.A Department has
introduced yearly curricular projects
to be implemented during the summer
vacations.
•
The pie-chart gives a breakdown of
the projects according to their
domains.
Department of MCA
Yearly Academic Projects
Looking Beyond Syllabus Initiatives
The department has contributed to the Looking Beyond Syllabus program
which encourages students to innovate in subjects outside their curriculum.
The projects shortlisted for the program are as follows.
 An Authentication Approach Using QR Barcodes
 Multilingual User Interface using Resource Files
 ATM Redesign for use in Rural Areas
Department of MCA
•
•
The students of the M.C.A Department have contributed to International
Publications in various domains of research.
•
A total of around 40 students have published a total of 18 papers in
International Journals.
•
Some of the topics are enlisted as follows:
 RFID: A Sophisticated Approach Towards Academic Monitoring
 Smart Phones for Elderly Populace
 Understanding various Techniques for Background Subtraction and
Implementation of Shadow Detection.
 QR Code Based Secure OTP Distribution Scheme for Authentication in Net-Banking
 IPv4 to IPv6 Transition Using DHCP Server
Department of MCA
International Publications
Technology Day
projects
•
Intranet Portal System
•
Online Vb.net Compiler
•
SQL based Database
Management System Module
•
Content Management System
Department of MCA
The M.C.A Department showcases
some of the best projects of the
department during the Technology
Day Exhibition. Some of the projects
are enlisted here.
•
Planned Departmental Schedule.
•
Weekly Monday Tests & Mock Viva
•
Seminars on advanced topics by Industry Experts
•
Remedial Lectures for Academically Weak students.
•
Major Summer Projects on a yearly basis
•
Counseling for students by Trained Counselors and Academic Coordinators.
•
Periodic feedback and review by students.
Department of MCA
Student Centric Activities
•
SPARC is an annual Technical Festival
conducted by the M.C.A Department. It
is an acronym for ‘Stimulating
Performance and Redefining Creativity’
•
SPARC proves to be a magnificent
platform for the students of M.C.A
colleges across Mumbai to show their
talents and share their knowledge.
•
It is also an amazing opportunity for the
students of the M.C.A Department to
show their managerial expertise and
sharpen their administrative skills.
•
SPARC remains to be one of the few
Technical Festivals conducted solely by
the M.C.A Department in Mumbai
University.
Department of MCA
SPARC
For Industry
Department
Interaction
•
Head of Department
Mrs. Nishi Tiku
E-Mail ID: [email protected]
Faculty Incharges
•
Placement Incharge
•
Student Placement Coordinators
Dinesh Makhijani
Karthikeyan Iyengar
Pritesh Shetty
Priyanka Patil
Department of MCA
Mr. Dashrath Mane
Email ID: [email protected]
Institute Activities & Achievements
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
•
Apart from University’s Curriculum,
Various seminars and workshops are
organized for students by College
Department and Professional
Societies by inviting eminent Guest
Speakers.
•
Students are provided numerous
information about the practical
aspects of present technology & the
possible applications & ramifications
of future ones by these extra
activities.
•
It Results into a student coming out
as a well trained professional
Engineer, ready to be placed in
Corporate world.
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Seminars And Workshops
•
Counseling for Weak Students by
Counselor as well as Academic
Coordinators.
•
Vedanta to de-stress students.
•
Exclusive Scholar Program was
launched in Jan 2013 by college,
envisaged for academically bright
students who interested in any extra
practical/ study project beyond
curriculum .
•
Foundation course was conducted on
three subjects – Basic Electrical &
Electronics, Mathematics & Applied
Mechanics by our expert teachers. The
course was designed as a bridge course
between12th syllabus and the B.E.
engineering courses.
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Initiatives By College

Looking beyond syllabus was launched in the year 2011 with an aim to
expose the students to emerging technologies and opportunities to work as
teams on multidisciplinary projects under the mentorship of a faculty
member assigned to them.

Looking beyond the syllabus also prepares the students to use their skills
with a strong base for higher education and acquisition of knowledge to
sustain a life-long career in related areas.
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
Learning Beyond Syllabus Initiative
•
College Website using PHP/SQL
•
Mobile App for College Attendance
•
I-CAM Intelligent Video Recorder
•
Tracking and Positioning using Spark V Robot
•
Electronic Stethoscope
•
Foot Pronation Detector
•
Galvanic Stress Meter
•
Java Chat System
•
Cluster Computing
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
LBS Project Domains
•
Android Application Development
•
Notepad +
•
Java and HTML’s Game
•
Steganography
•
Math's Tutor using Java
•
Day Planner using Java Platform
•
J2ME- Location based services
•
AUDIO Compression
•
Medical Electronics
•
C Programming
Vivekanand Education Society's Institute of Technology
LBS Project Domains
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This is our annual intra collegiate
technical festival held during Odd
Semesters.
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It includes a lot of events ranging
from Competitive Events like Robotics
and Fun Events like Crystal Maze.
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Total Participation: 2000
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Students from Other College: 300
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No. of Events: 25
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PRAXIS
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Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE).
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International Society of Automation (ISA).
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Computer Society of India (CSI).
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Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE).
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Student's Personality Intellect & Creativity Enhancement (SPICE).
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Societies
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This day is dedicated to the memory
of our founder trustee “Shri. K. B.
Mansharamanai”.
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On this day, we organize project
exhibition and poster competitions for
our final year and pre-final year
students who actively participate and
demonstrate their researches.
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Technology Day
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Emerson organized a 2 day
technological conference on 5th and
6th October 2012, in association with
Confederation of India Industry (CII)
in VESIT known as Edifice.
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The motto of the conference was to
familiarize and enlighten the faculties
and students over the wide product
range, technologies and business
information.
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EDIFICE
Research and Development Department is headed by
Dr. P.P. Vaidya
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BRNS Funded project “ Electronic Radioactivity simulator” in collaboration with
BARC.
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“Analysis and Monitoring of Degradation of Insulation” in H V transformers in
collaboration with Larsen and Tubro.
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Solar tracking system in collaboration with Larsen and Tubro.
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Multichannel analyzer in collaboration with Nucleonix Hyderabad.
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Medical Analyser
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Low level ( nano volts) signal processing
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Medical Variability processor
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Research and Development
Department
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Three staff members were awarded research grant by Mumbai University
under Minor research grant scheme for the academic year 2012-2013.
 1. Prof. Sangeetha P Ram: ‘Acquisition and analysis of EEG signals with improved
signal-to-noise ratio’.
 2. Nilima Warke: ‘Development of front end electronics with wide dynamic range for
universal medical analyser’
 3. Asawari Dudwadkar: ‘Digital Control for induction heating’.
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State of the art process Instrumentation lab developed in Collaboration with
Emerson Ltd. and technical guidance from Technimont and Sierra controls
Ltd.
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Research & Development Activities
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Sphurti is the Intra collegiate sports festival that entails indoor as well as
outdoor sports.
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Participation: 2000 ( All the Classes)
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Outdoor games: Football, Cricket, Volley ball, Basket ball, Throw ball,
Athletics, Discuss throw, Short put
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Indoor games: Carrom, Chess, Table Tennis, Badminton
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Sphurti
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It is the intra collegiate cultural festival of VESIT. The event includes
performing arts, fine arts, musicals, literary arts, Tele matches, workshops
etc.
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Total no. of students participation : 1500
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Events : 38
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Major Events: Group Dance, Solo Dance, Stage Play, Personality.
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UTSAV
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Illusion '14 is an initiative by the
Cultural Council at VESIT, focused on
identifying the most phenomenal talents
in the institution.
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Illusion ’14, a brand new addition to the
long line of respected events at VESIT
provides a grand arena for the students
to compete with each other and unlock
individual potential.
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The formation of 6 formidable, 42membered teams in the portfolios of
Music, Dance, Drama, Literature and
Aesthetics. With innovative events
planned for every portfolio, Illusion ’14
is certainly poised to give us an event to
remember
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Illusion
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Octaves is a musical festival initiated
by Music Council, which was newly
introduced in year 2013-2014 and
appreciated by all.
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The festival includes events like
Battle Of Bands, Scrap music,
Regional singing, Rap and Beat
boxing.
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Many seminars were conducted for
music lovers by Music Council
,which includes Seminar on
Informative sound engineering and
Guitar Workshop.
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Octaves
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Along with academic felicitation,
Annual day also comprises of a theme
drama based on socially relevant
issues and has a thought provoking
message.
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It is a cultural extravaganza which is
a complete event management
exercise for our students under the
supervision of our faculty. Annual
prize distribution is also held on the
same day.
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Annual Day
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VESIT Students have formed a social
responsibility team (SoRT) which
develops awareness of students
towards society .
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The activities of SoRT includes:
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Blood Donation Camp
SoRT week and clothes collection drive
A visit to ADAPT
SoRT premier league
GoGreen campaign
Computer Campaign
Medical camp
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SORT
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Co-curricular Achievements:
 Honour of having more than 25 university toppers and many more rank holders.
 Students from our college had participated in the national level competition of
Cadence Design Contest 2010 and won– Ist Prize.
 Winners at various prominent inter-collegiate events like TECHNOVANZA,
PIXELS,MANTHAN, Xcelleration, Eternia , ICON.
 In MICROSOFT Imagine Cup 2010, two teams from VESIT got 3 different awards
at National level, including 2nd prize in the Software Design category and 1st prize
in Accessibility Local Innovation Award(ALIA).
 Consistent Participation in Project and Technical competitions both at national and
international levels
 Active participation in national and international conferences by Faculty and
students
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Achievements
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Extra-curricular Achievements:
 Sports:
 University level table tennis tournament top 10 finish in year 2010.
 Chess Team Winners at University Zonal Level.
 Won Cricket Tournament Organised by Dutta Meghe College of Engineering in Year 2012.
 Won 1st Prize in Football ( RINK) Competition at Acharya College of Commerce in Year
2011.
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Achievements
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Intercollegiate Level:
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Finalist in quiz competition at the inter collegiate event of A.C.Patil.
Won contingent at Pratibimb (V.J.T.I.) and Manzar (U.I.C.T.) cultural festival.
Won prizes at K.J. Somaiya's intercollegiate cultural festival.
Stood 1st in Marathi and Hindi play competitions in various colleges.
Won dance competitions at V.J.T.I., K.J. Somaiya and U.I.C.T cultural festival.
Won best actress in U.I.C.T cultural festival.
Conducted MCA's first ever inter collegiate technical festival – SPARC as a part of
Silver Jubilee celebrations in the year 2008 for MCA colleges in Mumbai and we
continue to get overwhelming response.
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Achievements
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Overall Placements
Academic Year
100
90
80
Percentage
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
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Offered
Placed
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
93.28
81.29
79.79
73.69
68
65
90.29
84.31
86.66
78.34
84.98
75.33
78.82
75.06
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Accenture
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Deloitte
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Aker Solutions
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Digite Infotech
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AMDOCS
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Emerson
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Atos Origin
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GE
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BPCL
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Godrej IT
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Cap Gemini
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Herdillia Chemicals
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Chemtex
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Honeywell
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Cognizant Technology
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Infosys
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Convonix
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IVP
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Overall Recruiters
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JP Morgan
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NFIL
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L & T (H/W)
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NOCIL
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LTITL
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Nomura
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MAQ
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Nirmal Industries
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Mastek
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Oracle Financial
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Microsoft
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Deepak fertilizers.
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Morgan Stanley
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NSE IT
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Network 18
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iGate Patni
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ServicesDeltech Control Ltd
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Petrofac Ltd.
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Overall Recruiters
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Playgames
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Techmahindra Ltd
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Protiviti
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Techint India Pvt Ltd.
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Reliance Industries Ltd
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Tejas Networks
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SAP Labs
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TICB
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Siemens / SISL
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Toyo Engineering
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TIBCO
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Saplabs
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Tata Consulting Engineers
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UHDE
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Tata Consulting Services
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Zensar
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Overall Recruiters
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Address:
V.E.S. Institute of Technology,
Hashu Advani Memorial Complex (HAMC),
Collector’s Colony, R C Marg,
Chembur, Mumbai -74
Phone: +91 22 61532532 (586), +91 22 61532586
(D)
Landmarks: Jhama chowk (Chembur Camp),
Near Municipal School (Collector’s Colony)
Faculty Incharges
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Training and Placement Officer
Mr. Nagananda A.
Phone : +91 22 61532532 (565)
Mobile : +91 99872 68159
Website : www.vesit.edu
Email Address : [email protected] ,
[email protected]
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