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Information Technology
  • About Department
  • Vision & Mission
  • Syllabus
  • Resource and Facilities
  • Staff
  • Events
  • Final Year Projects
  • Toppers

From 1970 to till date the Information Technology (IT) has gone through tremendous change especially in last few decades.  We can see the use of IT in all sectors.

 

During 1990s, computers became essential work tool at every level of most organizations and networked computers became the information backbone of organizations. While this improved in productivity, it also created new workplace dependencies as problems in the computing infrastructure. This limits employees’ ability to do their work. To address this issue, the State Government introduced the field of Information technology in the Engineering colleges of Maharashtra in 1998 to produce graduates who had the right mix of knowledge and skills, which ensures that the organization’s infrastructure is appropriate and reliable. Our college which was by then a premier Engineering college in Mumbai University introduced the new discipline of Information technology in 1999 with the intake of 60.

 

Information Technology is the study of design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems.  IT refers to all kinds of computing, i.e., any goal-oriented activity requiring, benefiting from, or creating computers. In other words IT deals with the use of computers and software to convert, store, protect, process, transmit and retrieve information, securely.

 

As a part of commitment for excellence, from SVKM to extend state-of-art infrastructural facilities to the students, the IT Centre with modern Laboratories, Classrooms, Faculty Rooms and Amenities is set-up for effective Teaching Learning Process. A handsome donation of Rs.51 Lakhs was received from Shri. Mahendra Nanavati and in recognition of the same the department is named as Dr. Bhanuben Nanavati Centre for Information Technology.

 

IT department’s Mission is “To Transform Persons into Personalities”. The Department has always been on a high growth path and has experienced and dedicated faculty members with a strong commitment to engineering education. The teaching learning process at department prepares students to meet the computer technology needs of various sectors, namely, business, government, healthcare, education, manufacturing, etc. To keep pace with the current technological trends and to sharpen their skills, faculty development workshops are carried out regularly. During this four year programme, emphasis is on technology itself more than on the information it conveys.

Vision

To emerge out as a prominent department offering a programme blended with research culture in its pursuit for academic excellence in order to develop professionally competent and socially responsible engineers capable of meeting industry demands and social obligations in a vibrant global environment.

Mission

  1. To build fertile environment, where students receive the best of technological foundation and direction to explore, pursue and hone their own areas of interests, culminating with a wholesome development.
  2. To strive towards building an atmosphere that will be a catalyst for innovative ideas and learning, providing students with various opportunities and experiences that can help them to thrive and prosper through a blend of academics, practical exposure and research programs to pursue successful careers in a global environment.
  3. To bridge the gap between the industry, institute and society by acquainting the students with the highly dynamic information technology domain.
  4. To imbibe a sense of responsibility amongst students to apply their knowledge diligently keeping in mind its possible impact on the society.
  5. To develop soft and professional skills.

    

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

  1.  To impart learners with sound knowledge of basic sciences and core engineering fundamentals.
  2. To prepare learners use modern programming tools/technologies and develop competency to counter complicated engineering problems.
  3. To prepare learners to be professionally competent and socially responsible to sustain and strive through the competitive, global/environment challenges.
  4. To create a strong foundation in IT discipline and motivate learners undertake postgraduate studies, explore professional avenues or venture into entrepreneurship.
  5. To inculcate personality traits and professional ethics.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1: To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: To identify and formulate, research literature and analyze complex engineering problems resulting in substantial conclusions using principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PO3: To design solutions of complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

PO4: To use research based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: To create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: To apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.

PO7: To understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in the societal and Environmental context and demonstrate knowledge and need for sustainable development.

PO8: To apply ethical principles and further to commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

PO9: To function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: To 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.

PO11: To recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PO12: To demonstrate knowledge and understanding of 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.

 

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

   Students will be able to:

  1. Analyze real life problems and design user friendly solutions.
  2. To provide effective solutions for problems in sectors like healthcare, science, commerce, e-governance etc., by employing right set of tools and methodologies.
  3. Design and implement right IT infrastructural setups for any organization.
  4. Plan, execute, check and act in specific project tasks.

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The department of Information Technology is located on the 6th floor of D. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering. It has three spacious air-conditioned class-rooms along-with five very well equipped laboratories. Seamless internet and intranet connectivity is provided using wired and wireless network.

 

The Department has the following laboratories.

  1. Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) Laboratory
  2. Object Oriented Programming System (OOPs) Laboratory
  3. Client Server (CS) Laboratory
  4. Mobile Computing (MC) Laboratory
  5. Software Project Management (SPM) Laboratory

 

The department has more than 100 latest i3 and i5 computers. The department focuses on student development through project activity. To do this, teachers motivate students to carry out project development right from their second year of engineering. The facilities available in all the laboratories can be accessed throughout the working hours of the department.

 

The laboratories are equipped with all the latest technologies and the relevant software packages. The computational facilities available with department include:

Computer/Equipments:

  1. Xeon 226 IBM Server
  2. HP, Dell (i3 and i5), and IBM desktop machines
  3. IBM, Dell, and HP Laptops
  4. HP Scanners
  5. HP DeskJet Printers, HP LaserJet Printers, Canon Laser Printer, Samsung Laser Printer, and EPSON Dot Matrix Printers
  6. Hitachi and NEC projectors
  7. Microcontroller kits
  8. Web Cameras
  9. D-Link Switches
  10. OHPs

Softwares:

  1. Oracle 8i, 9i
  2. Turbo C++
  3. Matlab
  4. Rational Suite
  5. Sun Wireless Toolkit
  6. NetBeans
  7. Eclipse
  8. GPSS
  9. Testing Tools (Mercury, Load Runner)
  10. Prolog
  11. Eucalyptus
  12. LISP
  13. Scilab
  14. Windows Azure

Campus Agreement Softwares

  1. Windows 7
  2. MS Office
  3. Visual Studio
  4. MS Project
  5. Windows Server 2000 / 2008
  6. SQL Server
  • Dr. Abhijit R. JoshiDr. Abhijit R. JoshiProfessor, Vice-Principal
    (Academic) & HOD
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Neepa K. ShahProf.(Mrs.) Neepa
    K. Shah
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Vinaya M. SawantProf.(Mrs.) Vinaya
    M. Sawant
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Kirti SrivastavaProf.(Mrs.) Kirti
    Srivastava
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Purva P. RautProf.(Mrs.) Purva
    P. Raut
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs) Neha A. KatreProf.(Mrs.) Neha
    A. Katre
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Harshal D. DalviProf. Harshal
    D. Dalvi
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Arjun K. JaiswalProf. Arjun
    K. Jaiswal
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms.) Anusha VegesnaProf. (Ms.) Anusha
    Vegesna
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) StevinaProf.(Ms.) Stevina
    M. Dias
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Mitchell R. D’silvaProf.(Ms.) Mitchell
    R. D’silva
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Pratik KananiProf. Pratik KananiAssistant Professor
  • Prof. Dinesh TharwaniProf. Dinesh
    Tharwani
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Darshna DesaiProf. (Ms) Darshna
    Desai
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Leena RautProf. (Ms) Leena RautAssistant Professor
  • Dr. Abhijit R. JoshiDr. Abhijit R. JoshiProfessor, Vice-Principal
    (Academic) & HOD
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Neepa K. ShahProf.(Mrs.) Neepa
    K. Shah
    Associate Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Vinaya M. SawantProf.(Mrs.) Vinaya
    M. Sawant
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Kirti SrivastavaProf.(Mrs.) Kirti
    Srivastava
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs.) Purva P. RautProf.(Mrs.) Purva
    P. Raut
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Mrs) Neha A. KatreProf.(Mrs.) Neha
    A. Katre
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Harshal D. DalviProf. Harshal
    D. Dalvi
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Arjun K. JaiswalProf. Arjun
    K. Jaiswal
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms.) Anusha VegesnaProf. (Ms.) Anusha
    Vegesna
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) StevinaProf.(Ms.) Stevina
    M. Dias
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof.(Ms.) Mitchell R. D’silvaProf.(Ms.) Mitchell
    R. D’silva
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. Pratik KananiProf. Pratik KananiAssistant Professor
  • Prof. Dinesh TharwaniProf. Dinesh
    Tharwani
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Darshna DesaiProf. (Ms) Darshna
    Desai
    Assistant Professor
  • Prof. (Ms) Leena RautProf. (Ms) Leena RautAssistant Professor
Workshops and Seminars

The IT department organizes various technical activities like seminars, paper presentation, programming contest, and industrial visit throughout the year, where the experts from the industries and other organizations conduct the sessions. The goal behind these extra activities is to keep the students abreast of the latest development in the field of IT. These activities also play a vital role in shaping young talent by introducing them to the new areas of research and development. Due this, IT students have shown keenness in exploring organizational and business needs.

The list of various training programs, seminars, workshops, etc. organized by the IT department is as follows:

2005-06

  • Two Weeks ISTE approved STTP on “Information Technology Orientation for Engineering Teachers” December 19 – 31, 2005

2006-07

  • Two days’ workshop on “Trends in S/W Quality Management” August 10 – 11, 2006
  • Two days’ workshop on “J2ME Technology” September 8 – 9, 2006

2007-08

  • Two Weeks ISTE approved STTP on “Integrating Security and Software Engineering”  June 09-20, 2008

2008-09

  • Seminar on “Network Security” – 25th Aug’08
  • One day workshop on “Professional Web Designing” – 27th Feb’09

2009-10

  • Two days’ workshop on “.Net Technology” – 11th and 12th Sept’09
  • One day workshop on “2G and 3G Technologies” – 5th Oct’09
  • Two days’ workshop on “Linux OS” – 2nd and 3rd Oct’09
  • One day workshop on “Middleware and wireless technology” – 13th & 14th Apr’09
  • Seminar on “Tricks & Tweaks” – 7th Oct’09
  • Seminar on “Innovation Mindset” – 8th Jan’09
  • One day workshop on “Professional Web designing and deployment” – 20th Feb’10
  • Seminar on “MBA Career Guidance & Vedic Mathematics” – 22nd Apr’10
  • Seminar on “Cyber Security” – 25th May’10

2010-11

  • One week’s workshop on “DB2” – 2nd to 8th Aug’10
  • One day workshop on “PYTHON” – 7th Aug’10
  • One day workshop on “MAC OS” – 18th Aug’10
  • Seminar on “Cloud Computing with Windows Azure” – 13th Aug’10
  • Seminar on “Network Security – Hacking and Phishing Attacks” – 24th Aug’10
  • Four days’ workshop on “Rational Suite” – 29th Aug’10 to 1st Sept’10
  • Seminar on “Knowledge Management & Web 2.0 Technology” – 29th Sept’10
  • Seminar on “E-Learning” – 11th Oct’10
  • Two days on workshop on “UBUNTU Linux” – 22nd & 23rd Oct’10
  • One day workshop on “Flash Animation” – 9th Oct’10
  • One day workshop on “PC Assembly” – 13th Oct’10
  • Seminar on “GRE and Mock Test”, 24th and 25th Jan ’11

2011-12

  • Seminar on “MS counseling for foreign studies ” – 17th Aug 2011
  • One day workshop on “Oracle Database 10g Administration I & II” – 19th Aug’11
  • One day workshop on “Motion Photography” – 4th Oct’11
  • One day workshop on “Advance DSF concepts” – Oct’11
  • One day workshop on “.NET Technology” – 4th Oct’11
  • One day workshop on “Blender 3D Graphics” – 15th Oct’11
  • One day workshop on “Apple Mac OS” – 18th Oct’11
  • One day workshop on “An Offline Test based on C Programming” – 24th Jan’12
  • Interactive Session on “Life in U.S. during Master’s” – 28th Jan’12
  • One day workshop on “PHP Language” – 30th Jan’12
  • Seminar on “Guidelines for Placements, projects and further studies” – 30th Jan ’12
  • Seminar on “Work Culture at Microsoft and Interview Preparation” – 30th Jan’12
  • One day workshop on “Android Application Development” – 24th Feb’12
  • Seminar on “Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security” – 29th Feb’12
  • Seminar on “GRE preparation” – 7th Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Career opportunities after engineering” – 21st Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Information Storage Management Concepts” – 21st Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Preparation for Amazon Internship Written Test and Interview” – 28th Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Role of Programming for IT Engineers” – 28th Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Guidelines for Final Year Projects” – 28th Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Life in U.S. during Master’s” – 28th Mar’12
  • Two days’ workshop “TechExpo 2012” – 27th & 28th Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Career Opportunities after Engineering” – 31st Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Women in Technology” – 31st Mar’12
  • Seminar on “Software Project Management” – 18th Apr’12

2012-13

  • Three days’ workshop on “Data structures and algorithms” – 29th Sept, 7th & 10th Oct’12
  • Two days’ workshop on “3D Blender Animation” – 5th and 6th Oct’12
  • Two days’ workshop on “Introduction to Game Architecture and Programming” – 7th and 8th Jan’13
  • Seminar on “Higher Education and Life in US” – 11th Jan’13
  • Seminar on “Enlightening Higher Education” – 15th Jan’13
  • Seminar on “.NET Technology” – 22nd Jan’13
  • Lecture series on Web Technologies – 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, and 25th Feb’13
  • Seminar on “Sixth Sense Technology” – 13th Feb’13
  • Seminar-cum-workshop on “Phishing, SQL injection, Recovery etc.” – 23rd Feb’13
  • Two days’ workshop on “3D Blender Animation” – 26th and 27th Feb’13
  • Seminar on “Introduction to Spring Web flow framework” – 26th Feb 2013
  • Two days’ workshop on “Google Developer Group (GDG) DevFest” – 9th and 10th Mar’13
  • Seminar on “Wealth Shiksha” - 13th Mar’13
  • Two days’ workshop on “Adobe Photoshop” - 13th and 20th Mar’13
  • Seminar on “Image Thresholding” - 30th Mar’13
  • Poster Presentation of final year projects - 4th April’13

2013-14

  • Seminar on “Intercollegiate Programming Contest (ICPC)” - 7th Sep’13
  • Two days’ workshop on “Google Developer Group (GDG) DevFest” – 7th and 8th Sep’13
  • 2 days’ workshop on “Big Data Hadoop” - 13th and 14th Sep’13
  • Seminar on “DBMS using Oracle” – 24th Sep’13
  • Seminar on “. NET and Microsoft Certifications” - 24th Sep’13
  • Workshop on “Android” - 25th and 26th Sep’13
  • Seminar on “Photoshop” - 27th Sep’13
  • Two days’ workshop on “Unity 3D” – 3rd and 5th Oct’13
  • Seminar on “Information and Network Security” - 4th Oct’13
  • Seminar on “Reading Comprehension in GRE” - 8th Oct’13
  • Seminar on “Information Security” - 17th Jan’14
  • One day workshop on “Photoshop” - 11th Jan’14
  • Seminar on “GRE” - 21st Jan’14
  • Seminar on “Placements” - 24th Jan’14
  • Seminar on “Andriod” - 28th Jan’14
  • One day workshop on “Business Intelligence and Simulation” - 10th Feb’14
  • Seminar on “Netbanking, Facebook and CreditCard Frauds” - 27th Mar’14
  • Seminar on “Metasploid Framework for Ethical Hackers and Sniffing traffic” - 27th Mar’14
  • Seminar on “KasperSky and NetProtector Antivirus for Hardware Firewall” - 28th Mar’14
  • Seminar on “32Hour Placement and Training” - 29th Mar’14
  • Seminar on “GRE & GMAT” - 11th Apr’14
  • Seminar on “Theoretical Computer Science (TCS)” - 21st Apr’14

The IT department has maintianed high standards in terms of quality of project, which is developed by final year student in their semster VII & VIII together as a part of curriculum. These projects are developed in following major domains/areas:

  1. Data Mining
  2. E-Learning
  3. Artificial Intelligence
  4. Fuzzy Systems
  5. Natural Language Processing
  6. Expert Systems
  7. Cloud Computing
  8. Grid Computing
  9. Distributed Computing
  10. Mobile Computing
  11. Network Security
  12. System Security
  13. Image Processing
  14. Game and Animations
  15. Multimedia Systems
  16. Embedded Systems

 

Project execution and evaluation process

The students are required to submit min 2 proposals in any of the above said domains. The project proposals are then scrutinized and one of them is selected based on its novelty, scope & feasibility.

The project guide takes the review of the project progress on weekly basis. During this weekly meeting, the guide provides inputs, solves difficulties raised by the students and gives them direction for the rest of the work. Both, the guide and students maintain the status reported of the project at their end.

At the end of each semester every group is encouraged for writing a Technical paper on their project proposal, which is then send to renowned International conferences/journals for publication.

In the month of April, a poster presentation of the final year student’s project is organized wherein each project group display their working model. This activity not only helps the project groups in preparing themselves before the final examination, but also provides a window to the junior students for new ideas.

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2013-14)

  1. Eye Simulation using 3D animation
  2. Renewable Energy
  3. Virtual Laboratory
  4. Word Problem Solver for Probability
  5. Document Clustering
  6. 3D Medical Councilor
  7. Fantacy Cricket
  8. Atos Feet on Street for Insurance Services
  9. Intelligent Integrator
  10. Smart Glass
  11. Document Reconstruction using Image Processing
  12. Medical Palmistry
  13. Intelligent Marketing Analysis
  14. An optimized approach to stock market analysis
  15. Big Data Analytics
  16. My Health Planner
  17. Location Based Alert
  18. Photosynthesis
  19. Course Timetabling using Memetics
  20. EmergenSee
  21. Metamorphic Virus Detection
  22. Application of HCI for Mood Detection
  23. Session Based Security using color codes and Metrics

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2012-13)

  1. Big Bang Chess
  2. Usage Based Insurance
  3. Word Problem Solver
  4. Interactive Circuits using Augmented Reality
  5. Auto Tutoring System for Marathi
  6. Collapp: Real-time Online Code Collaborator
  7. AutoText Summarization Tool
  8. Cybernetics Protector
  9. Mining Tool for Educational Purposes
  10. Trustworthiness and Web Document Clustering
  11. Automatic Question Generator
  12. Data Freshness in Distributed System
  13. User and Query Dependent Ranking for Web databases
  14. ARCHAIC
  15. Database GUI and Database Switch
  16. Text Indexing for Data Retrieval using Hadoop
  17. Virtual Trial Room
  18. iDoctor Medical System
  19. Intelligent HoneyPot Agent for Malicious Attack Detection
  20. Automated Treasure Hunt Generator
  21. Intelligent Insurance Policy Generation
  22. Judgment
  23. A Smart Talking Pedometer
  24. Facial Expression Recognition System
  25. MobiMeter

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2011-12)

  1. Gesture Recognition for Education
  2. Cricket Team Selection using AI
  3. Stock Market Analysis
  4. Visual Speech Recognition
  5. Performance of the Routing Algorithm using Mobile Agent for MANET
  6. Ethernet Based Control System
  7. The Reader based on the Sixth Sense Technology
  8. Drowsiness Detection System
  9. Prediction of Earthquakes using Data Mining
  10. Whiteboard Capturing & Processing for e-Learning
  11. Fire  Fighter
  12. Integration of Heterogeneous Databases into XML Format with Translator
  13. Unattended Object Intelligent Analyzer for Video Surveillance
  14. Sentimental Analysis
  15. Intrusion Detection in Database
  16. Comparison of Data Mining Algorithm on Cloud Platform
  17. Distributed Image Processing using Hadoop MapReduce Framework
  18. Music Education for the Deaf
  19. Automation Testing for Web Application
  20. Implementing CRM using Fuzzy Data Mining Algorithms
  21. Brain Mapping
  22. Blind Vision
  23. Guide for the Blind
  24. Route Reservation in Inter Network
  25. Optical Character Recognition
  26. Night Walker Human Detection using GAIT Analysis
  27. Automatic Driver Assistance System

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2010-11)

  1. Universal Document Viewer
  2. Voice (speaker) recognition using Neural Network
  3. Short Term Gas Demand Forecasting
  4. Network Security with Anonymous connection using Onion Routing
  5. Accessing emails using SMS
  6. Web Traffic Analyzer
  7. Smart Engine
  8. Scrabble
  9. Alumni Website for DJSCOE
  10. RSS Based Web Service Repository
  11. Web based DB design tool
  12. Heterogeneous Distributed DB System and Query Processing in modern enterprise
  13. Providing Services through Cloud Computing
  14. eCommerce solution based on Google’s cloud
  15. Platform Independent DOS
  16. Cloud Computing Application
  17. Synthesizer Software
  18. LogIC Simulator
  19. Crime Reporting
  20. Off-line OCR for handwriting
  21. Image Mining using texture and feature recognition
  22. Prevent DoS Attack on VOIP System
  23. Intrusion Detection System
  24. Dynamic Traffic Control System using Microcontroller
  25. Compatibility between PSTN and GSM Technology

 

The list of projects undertaken by B.E. students (2009-10)

  1. Intelligent Tutoring System for Indian Languages
  2. Augmented Reality
  3. Derivatives System in Stock Markets
  4. Mobile Railway Tickets using Wi-Fi / Bluetooth Technology
  5. Advanced Traffic Guide
  6. Banking Security using Honey-Pot
  7. Semantic Matching using Ontology in Multilingual Environment
  8. Speech Enabled to Music Player for Automobiles
  9. Fake Note Detection using Software
  10. Motion Detection System
  11. Vehicle Detection and Number Plate Scanning Using  IP and OCR
  12. Methodology to add Interactivity to Animations in 3D
  13. Hindi POS Tagger
  14. Geometric Simulator
  15. Face Tracking Mouse: Head tracking driven virtual computer mouse
  16. Image to text Converter
  17. Voice Wiki on your Mobile Phone
  18. Automatic Extended Relationship Diagram to DB Mapper
  19. Automatic Code Generation from UML Diagram
  20. Content Based Image Retrieval
  21. Process Scheduling Algorithm in Grid Computing
  22. Audio Steganography

The details of the students securing first ten positions in the college in the University B.E. Examination for the last four years are as follows:

2012-13

RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT TOTAL MARKS GRAND TOTAL %
1 * Shah Niyati 1500 1193 79.53
2 Shah Pooja 1500 1172 78.13
3 Golwala Dipesh 1500 1170 78.00
4 Jain Aayush 1500 1162 77.47
5 Joshi Shweta 1500 1149 76.60
6 Vijaykumar Simi 1500 1135 75.67
7 Shah Nirali 1500 1131 75.40
8 Kulkarni Alhad 1500 1126 75.07
9 Bhatia Dipika 1500 1123 74.87
10 Malani Ankita 1500 1112 74.13
* University Rank - 7th

 

2011-12

RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT TOTAL MARKS GRAND TOTAL %
1 * Thakkar Mohini 1500 1226 81.73
2 Shah Monik 1500 1188 79.20
3 Thakkar Varun 1500 1135 75.67
4 Kataria Shyam 1500 1131 75.40
5 Parekh Komal 1500 1119 74.60
6 Lopes Radul 1500 1116 74.40
7 Jani Vaibhavi 1500 1104 73.60
8 Sanchala Parita 1500 1097 73.13
9 Doctor Mansi 1500 1096 73.07
10 Shah Aditya 1500 1096 73.07
* University Rank - 15th

 

2010-11

RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT TOTAL MARKS GRAND TOTAL %
1 * Bhandari Aishvarya 1500 1165 77.67
2 Gavai Gaurang 1500 1146 76.40
3 Modi Aditya 1500 1129 75.27
4 Mehta Mit 1500 1126 75.07
5 Mehta Harsh 1500 1118 74.53
6 Prabhu Pooja 1500 1112 74.13
7 Darji Krunal 1500 1113 74.20
8 Patel Dilkhush 1500 1110 74.00
9 Singh Shivee 1500 1102 73.47
10 Godshalwar Karan 1500 1090 72.67
* University Rank - 22nd

 

2009-10

RANK NAME OF THE STUDENT TOTAL MARKS GRAND TOTAL %
1 * Shah Ishan 1500 1197 79.79
2 # Palasara Minhaj 1500 1166 77.80
3 Shah Tanay 1500 1162 77.49
4 Viegas Ishaan 1500 1146 76.41
5 Gandhi Jigna 1500 1135 75.82
6 Raman Chirag 1500 1133 75.49
7 Prajapati Dhiraj 1500 1130 75.45
8 Parmar Kartik 1500 1128 75.29
9 Jhaveri Jeemit 1500 1126 75.22
10 Shankar Aditi 1500 1117 74.46
* University Rank: 3rd
# University Rank: 8th