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The Department of Computer Engineering was established in 2001. The department offers B.E. undergraduate course with intake 60 which has been increased to 120 from academic year 2011-2012. The department also offers M.E. postgraduate course with intake 18 from academic year 2012-2013.

The department is headed by Dr. Narendra Shekokar. Currently, there are 22 faculty members in computer department. The department has five well equipped computer labs with latest computer systems, licensed software & open source software.

All classrooms & labs are well-resourced with amenities such as OHP, LCD projector, internet facility, scanner and printers.

The department has consistently achieved 100% results in academics with university toppers. Also, 100% placement of final year students is done in national & multinational companies like Microsoft, Google, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Cap Gemini, Accenture, E&Y, TCS and more.

Vision

To impart high quality education, promote research culture and inculcate ethical values to develop/produce professionally competent engineers capable of meeting global challenges.

 

Mission

  1. Encourage research aptitude and analytical approach to prepare students for facing technological challenges in computing field.
  2. Develop professionals, equipped with soft skills, ethical and social values for betterment of society.
  3. Create awareness about sustainability concerns and ongoing trends in computing field.
  4. To nurture and provide a collaborative environment for enabling aspiring technocrats to meet industry expectations.
  5. Provide competent faculty and systematic modern approach in teaching-learning with state-of-art infrastructure.

 

PEOs

  1. To impart quality education to students, while encouraging innovations and research culture in keeping abreast with technological advancements in computing.
  2. To develop computer professionals with comprehensive knowledge, capable of facing indigenous and global challenges.
  3. Develop computer professionals to fulfill industry expectations and social aspirations.

 

        POs

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

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

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health, safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

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

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

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

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

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.  Adapt to life-long learning process in the continually changing technological context.

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

       

       PSOs

By the completion of Computer Science program, the student will have following Program specific outcomes. 

  1. Ability to understand and assess fundamental and advanced principles of computer hardware and software systems.
  2. Comprehensive knowledge and practical competence with a broad range of programming languages enabling graduates to understand the structure, design and development methodologies of software systems on various platforms.
  3. Ability to efficiently model real-world problems using appropriate data structures and algorithms.
  4. Capability of applying computing knowledge in multidisciplinary domains to identify problems and provide solution to them.

S.E.

T.E.

B.E.

Semester VII ( Click on the subject to view the syllabus) 


Semester VIII   ( Click on the subject to view the syllabus)

M.E.

Semester I     

  • Advanced Algorithms and Complexity
  • Parallel Computing
  • Network Design and Management *
  • Elective I
  • Elective II
  • Laboratory I-Open Source #
  • Laboratory II-Advanced Algorithm


Elective I :-
(i) Operation Research
(ii) Software Testing
(iii) Machine Learning
(iv) Advanced Data Base Design

Elective II :-
(i) Bioinformatics *
(ii) High Performance Computing
(iii) Service Oriented Architecture
(iv) E-Business Technology *


Semester II

  • Advanced Operating System
  • Cyber Security
  • Decision Making and Adaptive
  • Business Intelligence
  • Elective III
  • Elective IV
  • Laboratory I-Open Source #
  • Laboratory II-Cyber Security an  Decision Making and Adaptive Business Intelligence and Network Lab


Elective III :-
(i) Advance Computer Graphics
(ii) Information Retrieval
(iii) Storage Area Network
(iv) Soft Computing *

Elective IV :-
(i) Advanced Compiler Design
(ii) Semantic Web Technology
(iii) Ubiquitous Computing *
(iv) Emerging wireless Technologies and Future Mobile Internet

There are more than 100 computers in the department located in different laboratories and faculty room. The facilities of all the labs can be accessed by students throughout the working hours.

All classrooms & labs are well-resourced with modern amenities such as OHP, LCD projector, internet facility, scanner and printers. The students get maximum exposure to new technologies, modern amenities which assist them to perform their practical sessions. The AC classrooms and high tech computer labs are designed especially for students by keeping in mind their requirements.

The department of Computer Engineering has state of the art infrastructure, with well-equipped and air-conditioned classrooms and labs with all the latest techniques and instruments:
 

  • ACWT Lab
  • DBSE Lab
  • CGMM Lab
  • Microprocessor Lab
  • Electronic Design Lab


The laboratories are well equipped with the required softwares needed to perform the experiments as per the syllabus of University of Mumbai. All the software on these machines are licensed software, student versions or freeware. There are some computers that are dedicated only to BE students for their projects throughout the year. UBUNTU Server, Mat-Lab Server, Adobe Premier suit , Thin Client configuration, Wireless LAN are some of best features of the labs. Wi-Fi facility is also available for students and faculties in college campus. Thus, students are having more exposure to the recent technologies and research because of the dedicated faculty members, and well-equipped laboratories students are having more exposure to the recent technologies. Other facilities provided to the staff are Departmental Library, laptops, staff lounge, and conference room.

  • HODDr. Narendra
    M. Shekokar
    Professor & HOD
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Jyoti JoglekarDr. (Mrs.) Jyoti
    Joglekar
    Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Meera M. NarvekarDr. (Mrs.) Meera
    M. Narvekar
    Associate Professor
  • Dr. Ramchandra MangrulkarDr. Ramchandra
    Mangrulkar
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Aruna U. GawdeProf.(Mrs.) Aruna
    U. Gawde
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Kiran BhowmickProf.(Mrs.) Kiran
    Bhowmick
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Khushali P. DeulkarProf.(Mrs.) Khushali
    P. Deulkar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Lakshmi D. KurupProf.(Mrs.) Lakshmi
    D. Kurup
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Ashok P. PatadeProf. Ashok
    P. Patade
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Chetashri S. BhadaneProf.(Mrs.) Chetashri
    S. Bhadane
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Ruhina B. KaraniProf.(Ms.) Ruhina
    B. Karani
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mrs).Sindhu S NairProf. (Mrs).Sindhu
    S Nair
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mr. Abhijit PatilProf. Mr. Abhijit
    Patil
    Assistant Professor
  • lynette DProf.(Mrs.) Lynette
    R.D'mello
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mr. Pranit <br>BariProf. Mr. Pranit
    Bari
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Deepika DongreProf.(Ms.) Deepika
    Dongre
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mr. Sudhir BagulProf. Mr. Sudhir
    Bagul
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Pankaj SonawaneProf. Pankaj SonawaneAssistant Professor
  • HODDr. Narendra
    M. Shekokar
    Professor & HOD
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Jyoti JoglekarDr. (Mrs.) Jyoti
    Joglekar
    Professor
  • Dr. (Mrs.) Meera M. NarvekarDr. (Mrs.) Meera
    M. Narvekar
    Associate Professor
  • Dr. Ramchandra MangrulkarDr. Ramchandra
    Mangrulkar
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Aruna U. GawdeProf.(Mrs.) Aruna
    U. Gawde
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Kiran BhowmickProf.(Mrs.) Kiran
    Bhowmick
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Khushali P. DeulkarProf.(Mrs.) Khushali
    P. Deulkar
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Lakshmi D. KurupProf.(Mrs.) Lakshmi
    D. Kurup
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Ashok P. PatadeProf. Ashok
    P. Patade
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Chetashri S. BhadaneProf.(Mrs.) Chetashri
    S. Bhadane
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Ruhina B. KaraniProf.(Ms.) Ruhina
    B. Karani
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Mrs).Sindhu S NairProf. (Mrs).Sindhu
    S Nair
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mr. Abhijit PatilProf. Mr. Abhijit
    Patil
    Assistant Professor
  • lynette DProf.(Mrs.) Lynette
    R.D'mello
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mr. Pranit <br>BariProf. Mr. Pranit
    Bari
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Deepika DongreProf.(Ms.) Deepika
    Dongre
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Mr. Sudhir BagulProf. Mr. Sudhir
    Bagul
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Pankaj SonawaneProf. Pankaj SonawaneAssistant Professor

Various seminars and conferences are organized by the department throughout the year where the experts from the industries and other organizations guide the young talent and faculty. The following are the details of the various training programs (ISTE approved) and seminars /workshops organized by the department in a short span of 4 years.

Year 2013-2014
  • Organized two days Workshop on “Hadoop Technologies”
    • Speaker - Mr. Hiro Gangawani Associate Consultant, TCS
  • Organized “A lecture on preparing for coding competition ICPC”.
  • Organized “A Practical session on      Advanced Concepts of Coding for ICPC”
    • Speaker: Mr. Sunny Patel, Mr. Kunal Seth, Mr. Rahul Shah, Mr. Raimugia Vishesh
  •  Organized “A one day orientation on Object Oriented Programming Methodology”, for OOPM COMP/IT/EXTC faculty   
  •  Organized seminar for M.E (Sem II) students on student on Cyber Security, D J Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai
  • Organized seminar for M.E (Sem II) students on Advanced Operating Systems, D J Sanghvi College of Engineering, Mumbai.
  • Organized Machine learning workshop TE computers for SE and TE students.
  • Organized “A one day orientation on Object Oriented Programming Methodology”, for OOPM COMP/IT/EXTC faculty    
Year 2012-2013
  • Organized an expert talk on “Computer Forensic” by Mr. Ninad.
  • Organized an expert talk on Cyber Security by Dr. Nina Godbole for ME & BE computer students.
  • Arranged seminar on higher studies for SE students on 12th February 2013
    • Speaker – Mr. Rameez Loladiya, Mr. Manish Patel
  •  Arranged a guest lecture for ME students on “Advanced Operating Systems – Multiprocessor Environment
    • Speaker: Prof Seema Shah, Acting Principal, VIT, 7th March 2013
  • Organized & attended industrial visit to TCS, Pune on 14th February 2013 under ACM, Computer Dept.
  • Organized two days workshop on “Blender (3D Animation Software) on 26th& 27thFebruary 2013.
  • Arranged a seminar on higher studies for TE students, on  13th March 2013
    • Speaker: Mr. Yash Seth
  • Organized & attended industrial visit to TCS, Pune on 14/02/13 under ACM, Computer Dept.
  • Organized two days workshop on “Blender (3D Animation Software) on 26th& 27thFebruary 2013.
  •  Coordinated a seminar on Spring (Java Frameworks) by JP Morgan seminar on 26th February 2013
  •  Arranged seminar on higher studies for SE students on 12th February 2013
    • Speaker – Mr. Rameez Loladiya, Mr. Manish Patel
  • Organized two days workshop on “Blender (3D Animation Software) on 26th& 27thFebruary 2013.
  • Arranged a seminar on “Cloud Computing” by IIHT, 18th March 2013
Year 2011-2012
  • Two Days Workshop on “Android App making” , 20, 21 Sep 2011
  • One Day Workshop on “Desktop/laptop assembling, repairing & maintenance” , 29 Sep 2011
  • Two Days Workshop on “Coding workshop and competition” , 20, 21 Sep 2011
  • One Day Seminar on “Data structure concepts for interviews” ,11 Oct 2011
  • One Day Seminar on “J2ME” , 11 Oct 2011
Year 2010-2011
  • One Day Workshop on “Workshop on NS2 (Network Simulator)” ,2009-10
  • One Day Workshop on “A seminar on Cloud Computing” , 2009-2010
  • Two Days Workshop on “. NET technology” , 2009-2010
  • Four Days FDP on “Rational Rose” , 29th July-1st August 2010
  • Three Days Workshop on “DB2” , 2,3,4 Aug 2010
  • Two Days FDP on “Cloud Computing” , 21, 28 Aug 2010
  • One Day Workshop on “PYTHON” , 7 Aug 2010
  • Two Days Workshop on “ UBUNTU Linux” , 23, 24 Oct 2010
  • One Day Seminar on “Guest lecture on CORBA " , 2009-2010
  • One Day Seminar on “Advance Network Security" , 2009-2010
  • One Day Seminar on “Knowledge Mgmt & Web 2.0 Technology” , 29 Sep 2010
  • One Day Seminar on “Practical Application of Text & Data Mining”, 4 Oct 2010
  • One Day Seminar on “E - Learning” , 11 Oct 2010

The Final Year students have opportunity to undertake the technical projects in various well known Industries and in the Institute itself for the partial fulfillment of their four years degree course in Bachelor of Engineering of University of Mumbai, Mumbai.

 

The list of the projects undertaken by B.E. students (Year 2013-2014)

 

  1. Fuzzy keyword search over encrypted data in cloud computing
  2. Wi-Fi triangulation, positioning and authentication on Spatial data
  3. Data Visualization and Knowledge Discovery for Analyzing Trends in Social Media
  4. Content Extraction using Document Object Model and Text Density for Web
  5. Object Detection in Cloud using Distributed Network
  6. Implementation of an Adaptive Routing and Congestion Control Algorithm for Route Guidance
  7. Optimizing utilization of Energy Resources using Adaptive Business Intellignce
  8. Opimization of SCADA using Adaptive Business Intelligence
  9. Virus Detection using Neural Networks
  10. Author's Miner
  11. Efficient Analystics of Ordered Datasets using MapReduce and Cassandra
  12. Bomb Diffusing Robot
  13. Nucleus
  14. Automated Rationing for Public Distribution System
  15. Interactive Mirror Development
  16. Recognize Specific Hand Gesture to display Umpire Decision on LCD
  17. Xpod - An Emotion Based Music Player
  18. ChatterBot using AIML
  19. Detection of Breast Cancer in Mammogram using Image Processing
  20. Web Portal for Community Benefits
  21. Enhancing a Video-Enabled Web Browser for the Visually Impaired
  22. Review Mining using NLP
  23. Web Mining based University Search Portal
  24. An Exploration of Recommender System using Collaborative Filtering
  25. Credit Card Fraud Detection
  26. Intelligent Algorithms to ease the Healthcare Industry
  27. Intelligent Stock Market Assistant using Improved UP Growth Algorithm
  28. Home Automation System


The list of the projects undertaken by B.E. students (Year 2012-2013)

 

  1. Design and analysis of “SVKT” Encryption algorithm
  2. An ideal approach for detection and prevention of phishing attacks
  3. DDOS-Attack
  4. NFC based advanced attendance supervision system with support for e-notice board
  5. Smart Automated Room
  6. Wireless Sensor Networks
  7. Product Segregation and Dispatch Automation
  8. Optimization of Data Allocation Algorithms for Mobile Value Added Services
  9. Optimization of Mobile Databases to support mobile services globally
  10. Video Compression Technique Over Streaming Technology
  11. Efficient Compression of Encrypted Grayscale Images
  12. Security in Eye OS
  13. ANT colony optimization technique in network routing
  14. A distributed approach for Count Distribution Algorithm
  15. A machine learning approach for detection of phishing attacks
  16. Code Generator for MultiTouch gestures
  17. USB Data Acquisition System using ARM7
  18. EaTable – Restaurant Management using Surface Computing
  19. Optimization of FCFS based resource provisioning algorithm for Cloud Computing
  20. Cloud Management Platform
  21. Virtual Agent for E-commerce websites
  22. SCISSOR: Auto-extraction to boost document scanning
  23. Sentiment Analysis – Measuring Opinions

 

The list of the projects undertaken by B.E. students (Year 2011-2012)

 

  1. Multi-modal gesture recognition system
  2. Campus News Information System
  3. Prevention of Session Hijacking
  4. Automated Car Parking System
  5. Registration of Digital Mammography Images
  6. Intelligent Network Sniffer using Data Mining Techniques
  7. Honeypot Intrusion Detection System
  8. A Privacy Preserving Location Monitoring System for Mobile Phones
  9. Data Transfer from USB to Micro SD Card
  10. Intelligent Deep Web Crawler
  11. ARMO - Association Rule Mining using Ontology
  12. Personalized Query Processing on Mobile Devices using MVAS
  13. ATVMS
  14. Computer Operation By Hand Gestures
  15. Mobile Portal for Asset Management
  16. Iris Recognition
  17. Subtitle Generation using Speech Recognition
  18. Network based Intrusion Detection System
  19. Android OS Security and threat analysis
  20. 3-D Password Authentication
  21. Preventing Man-in-the Middle Attack by avoiding ARP Poisoning
  22. Wifi Protected Access 2 (WAP2)
  23. Secured Mobilized Banking
  24. Placement Aware Mobile Devices
  25. Driver’s Drowsiness Detection System


The list of the projects undertaken by B.E. students (Year 2010-2011)

 

  1. Adding Interactivity to E-learning Through Gesture Recognition
  2. Business Intelligent Solution for Retail Industry
  3. System Security Using IP camera
  4. Application of Data mining in Mobile Computing
  5. Cascaded Payment System in P2P Network
  6. Intelligent Agent For Mobile Value Added services
  7. Offline Handwritten Signature Verification
  8. Modeling of wireless channel Propagation Models for IEEE 802.16
  9. Estimation of Synchronization Error in OFDM Based Communication System
  10. Semantic BASED Video Retrieval System
  11. A QoS Provisioning Scheme for Voice and Data Traffic Over WLAN
  12. Invite Replay Attack on VoIP System and Its Application
  13. Driving Direction on Mobile with Voice Commands
  14. Robotic Arm Emulation
  15. Semantic Based web Image Retrieval
  16. Cloud Computing featuring Ontology
  17. Optimization of Network Flow Using Distributed System (Hadoop)
  18. Piano/ Electronic keyboard tutor with illuminated keys
  19. Hybrid Storage System
  20. Context Aware Personalized Application For Mobile Device
  21. Web Filtering Software
  22. Personalized OS Scheduling Using Mining Techniques
  23. GRASP‐ Gesture Recognition and Sound Production
  24. UID Application Using Service Oriented Architecture


The list of the projects undertaken by B.E. students (Year 2009-2010)

 

  1. Development of a Public Cloud
  2. Mobile and Web based Enterprise Resource Planning System
  3. SOA based SMART CITY
  4. An optical character recognition and Text‐to‐speech based embedded system to aid reading for the blind
  5. Virtual Keyboard
  6. Intelligent Document Matching System
  7. 3D Scene development and analysis using parallel processing
  8. Desktop File Browser and Multimedia Streaming on a mobile device
  9. Intrusion detection using real‐time data mining
  10. Application of clustering data‐mining algorithms to design recommendation engine for Twitter
  11. Automated Surveillance System
  12. Fault Tolerance in Sensor Networks for Tracking Forest Fire
  13. Bus Schedule Indicator
  14. Dynamic Traffic Control System
  15. Biometric Attendance Tracking System
  16. Development of Network Controller application
  17. Automation of Business Process Management
  18. Sms and bluetooth based home appliance control and security system
  19. Performance analysis and design of grid scheduling algorithms
  20. DOS on VOIP

The details of the students securing first ten positions in the college in the University B.E. Examination (Computer Engineering) for the last three years are as follows:

Year 2012-2013
RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT %
1 Niyati Shah 76.25
2 Pankti Shah 72.25
3 Vaibhav Mehtalia 70.88

 

Year 2011-2012
RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT %
1 Murtaza Bootwala 79.33
2 Avneet Oberoi 78.20
3 Namrata Shah 77.46
4 Kataria Shyam 76.53
5 Vishwanathan Shraddha 76.33

 

Year 2010-2011
RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT %
1*** Priyanka Mashelkar 85.06
2 Rameez Loladia 79.46
3 Chheda Rahul Shantilal 77.73
4 Pooja Manwani 77.33
5 Manish Shah 76.46
*** University Rank - 1st
Year 2009-2010
RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT %
1 Sauravjeet Mukharjee 76.46
2 Ishaan Mehta 74.20
3 Varun Udeshi 73.80
4 Saloni Marphatia 73.53
5 Jimi Gosalia 72.86