Welcome to Information Technology Engineering

The Department of Information Technology was formed with the primary objective of providing quality education in the field of Technology. Right from its inception, the Department has been offering excellent infrastructural facilities with a variety of computing platforms to aspiring IT students to meet the rapidly increasing demands of the IT industry. Importance is given to quality teaching and learning process through faculty development programs for teachers and soft skill programmes for students. Special care is taken for the students whose performance is poor in the examinations through counseling and extra classes. We the staff and students of IT department express our gratitude and heartfelt thanks to our Management and Principal for providing us the necessary facilities and valuable guidance.

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Vision

To become a center of excellence in the Information technology discipline and to create technically capable and intellectual IT professionals.

Mission

M1: To nurture an effective teaching-learning process to provide in-depth knowledge of principles and its applications pertaining to Information Technology; and interdisciplinary areas leading to new technology.
M2: To provide an environment for students and faculty for continuous learning to explore, apply and transfer knowledge to meet global challenges.
M3: To inculcate creative thinking through innovative group work exercises by providing industry and department interactions during consultancy and sponsored research which enhances the entrepreneur skills, employability and research capabilities.

PO 1: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.(Engineering knowledge)
PO 2: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.(Problem analysis)
PO 3: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.(Design/development of solutions)
PO 4: 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.(Conduct investigations of complex problems)
PO 5: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.(Modern tool usage)
PO 6: 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.(The engineer and society)
PO 7: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.(Environment and sustainability)
PO 8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.(Ethics)
PO 9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.(Individual and team work)
PO 10: 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.(Communication)
PO 11: 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.(Project management and finance)
PO 12: 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.(Life-long learning)

Programme Specific Outcomes

PSO 1: Students will be able to demonstrate database, networking and programming technologies.
PSO 2: Students will be able to design an algorithm, component or process to meet desired needs, within realistic constraints through analytical, logical and problem solving skills.

Programme Educational Objectives

PEO 1: To prepare students to identify, formulate, and solve multifaceted and complex IT problems.
PEO 2: To teach core professional skills with latest information technologies that prepares students for immediate employment in Information Technology Industry.
PEO 3: Exhibit professional excellence through ethics, soft skills, leadership qualities as a responsible citizen with social interest.

Prof. Harshal Patil

HOD, Information Technology Department

Information technology is one of the fastest growing technical areas in the world. As a part of it,the department seeks to combine excellence in education and research with service to the industry. Our vision is, the department should be recognized as one of the leading Information Technology Departments in India and beyond. Our goal is to provide students with a balance of intellectual and practical experiences that will enable them to serve a variety of societal needs. We train all students in such a way that, they are compatible at national as well as at international level. Our highly qualified faculty members not only provide knowledge to the students but also motivate them to be distinctly professional in their approach. The Department offers four year Bachelor Degree. In our department students are nurtured to become world-class software professionals as Project Managers, System Analysts or Team leaders in Industry or become Entrepreneurs in their own innovative way. I am sure in time to come; many students from our department will make indelible mark nationally and internationally in the field of Information Technology and make us proud. We have students who are hard- working, committed faculty members and a very healthy work-culture. Department of Information Technology consists of sincere students, dedicated teachers and a conducive working environment. If you really want to become the frontiers in Software Profession, then the IT department of Theem College of Engineering is the right place for you.

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Guest lecture on "Industry perspective of .NET"Importance of .NET in Industry
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Expert Talk on "Career in IT"Exposure in various fields of Information Technology after graduation
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Workshop on Google SEOOptimization of website for search engines and creation of keyword targeted content
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IoT based Project ExhibitionPlatform for the participants to show their innovative skills
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IoT Workshop Learn about practical exposure on internet of things
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Industrial Visit at CETTM MTNLConceptual understanding of wireless technology and mobile computing
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Teaching Staff

Designation:Professor
Qualification:
Area of Interest:
Email:
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME, BE
Area of Interest:Data Structure, Cyber Security,machine Learning
Email:harshal.patil@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME, BE
Area of Interest:Data Mining,programming,internet Technology
Email:sneha.sankhe@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:M.TECH, BE
Area of Interest:Image Processing,database,data Mining
Email:krunal.pimple@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:M.Tech (CSE), BE (Computer)
Area of Interest:Database Technologies, Web Technology, Cloud Computing
Email:muhib.lambay@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:M.TECH (CSE), BE (CSE)
Area of Interest:Networking,web Security,wireless Technology
Email:khalil.pinjari@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification: ME, B.E
Area of Interest:Dbms,networking,testing
Email:tanzeem.syed@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME. COMPS, BE
Area of Interest:Cryptography,computer Network.
Email:ansarahemad.shaikh@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:ME, BE
Area of Interest:Operating System, Computer Graphics, Artificial Intelligence, Automata
Email:azhar.nabi@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:M.TECH, B.TECH COMPUTER
Area of Interest:Storage Networking,network Management.
Email:ruchi.rahi@theemcoe.org
Designation:Asst Professor
Qualification:BE IT
Area of Interest:Programming
Email:anas.dange@theemcoe.org

Non-Teaching Staff

Designation:Lab. Assistant
Qualification:M. Sc. (Computer)
Designation:Lab. Assistant
Qualification:B. Sc. (I.T)
Designation:Lab. Assistant
Qualification:Diploma (Computer)
Designation:Lab. Assistant
Qualification:Diploma (IT), B. Sc.(ETRX)
Designation:Attendant
Qualification:B. A.

  Name of the Laboratory                       Description

I.t Centre 1
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The lab is equipped with latest networking related devices that facilitates students to perform Computer Network practicals. All important Network Simulators like Cisco Packet Tracer, NetSim, OMNET and NS3 are installed to provide solution to the practical problems faced by computer scientists. We conduct IIT workshops by NMEICT in the lab and also perform networking practicals.
I.t. Centre 2
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The lab is equipped with latest networking related devices that facilitates students to perform Computer Network practicals. All important Network Simulators like Cisco Packet Tracer, NetSim, OMNET and NS3 are installed to provide solution to the practical problems faced by computer scientists. We conduct IIT workshops by NMEICT in the lab and also perform networking practicals.
Project Lab
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The lab is dedicated for the students to develop their Minor and Major projects. All project related software is installed in this lab to fulfil the requirements of development. We provide all facility to students to implement their knowledge in this lab.
Programming Lab
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The lab is installed with all important editors like Code Block, JAVA, C++ provides a dual operating system environment .This lab provides requisite environment for Design and Analysis of Algorithms for solving complex problems in the field of computer science. Students execute all data structure and other algorithm related practicals in the lab. The latest platforms/compilers are provided to the students to run their programs.
Dbms 1lab
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Database Management Systems laboratory is spacial and well equipped with the latest Acer Machines. Database Management Systems Lab Fully Networked and attached to the Server located at Hi-Tech Laboratory, Main Campus. The Oracle Software and .NET is available for all the machines. Guidances are provided to the students by a team of faculty experts and lab programmer. The lab is used to train the students to improve their programming knowledge and make experiments to get familiar with the Core Courses.
Dbms 2 Lab
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Database Management Systems laboratory is spacial and well equipped with the latest Acer Machines. Database Management Systems Lab Fully Networked and attached to the Server located at Hi-Tech Laboratory, Main Campus. The Oracle Software and .NET is available for all the machines. Guidances are provided to the students by a team of faculty experts and lab programmer. The lab is used to train the students to improve their programming knowledge and make experiments to get familiar with the Core Courses.
We Lab
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In WE lab we are working on software engineering issues of building software systems that effectively utilize various resources in emerging environments such as the Web, clouds, Internet of Things (IoT), and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). We especially focus on making software systems adaptable to changing needs and conditions in highly dynamic environments and allowing end users to participate in the evolution of the software.

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Sem 3Applied Mathematics IIIStudents will able to apply the Set theory and Relation concepts. Students will able to apply the Functions and define the recursive functions. Students will able to apply Laplace transform to different applications. Students will able to apply Inverse Laplace transform to different applications. Students will able to Identify the permutations and combinations. Students will able to define variable and also identify the mapping.
Logic DesignStudents will able to understand the concepts of various components to design stable analog circuits. Students will able to represent numbers and perform arithmetic operations. Students will able to minimize the Boolean expression using Boolean algebra and design it using logic gates Students will able to analyze and design combinational circuit. Students will able to design and develop sequential circuits Students will able to translate real world problems into digital logic formulations using VHDL.
Data Structures & AnalysisStudents will be able to select appropriate data structures as applied to specified problem definition. Students will be able to implement operations like searching, insertion, and deletion, traversing mechanism etc. on various data structures. Students will be able to students will be able to implement Linear and Non-Linear data structures. Students will be able to implement appropriate sorting/searching technique for given problem. Students will be able to design advance data structure using Non-Linear data structure. Students will be able to determine and analyze the complexity of given Algorithms.
Database Management SystemStudent should be able to explain the features of database management systems and Relational database Student should be able to design conceptual models of a database using ER modeling for real life applications and also construct queries in Relational Algebra Student should be able to create and populate a RDBMS for a real life application, with constraints and keys, using SQL. Student should be able to retrieve any type of information from a data base by formulating complex queries in SQL. Student should be able to analyze the existing design of a database schema and apply concepts of normalization to design an optimal database. Student should be able to build indexing mechanisms for efficient retrieval of information from a database
Principle of CommunicationsStudents will be able to differentiate analog and digital communication systems Students will be able to identify different types of noise occurred, its minimization and able to apply Fourier analysis in frequency & time domain to quantify bandwidth requirement of variety of analog and digital communication systems. Students will be able to design generation & detection AM, DSB, SSB, FM transmitter and receiver. Students will be able to apply sampling theorem to quantify the fundamental relationship between channel bandwidth, digital symbol rate and bit rate Students will be able to explain different types of line coding techniques for generation and detection of signals. Students will be able to describe Electromagnetic Radiation and propagation of waves.
Sem 4Applied Mathematics-IVStudents will able to apply the Number Theory to different applications using theorem. Students will able to apply probability and understand PDF. Students will able to understand sampling theory and correlation. Students will able to apply the graphs and trees concepts to different applications. Students will able to understand group?s theory. Students will able to understand the Lattice theory
Computer NetworksStudents will be able to describe the functions of each layer in OSI and TCP/IP model. Students will be able to explain the functions of Application layer and Presentation layer paradigms and Protocols. Students will able to describe the Session layer design issues and Transport layer services. Students will able to classify the routing protocols and analyze how to assign the IP addresses for the given network. Students will able to describe the functions of data link layer and explain the protocols. Students will able to explain the types of transmission media with real time applications.
Operating SystemsStudent should be able to describe the important computer system resources and the role of operating system in their management policies and algorithms. Student should be able to understand the process management policies and scheduling of processes by CPU Students will be able to evaluate the requirement for process synchronization and coordination handled by operating system Student should be able to describe and analyze the memory management and its allocation policies. Student should be able to identify use and evaluate the storage management policies with respect to different storage management technologies. Student should be able to identify the need to create the special purpose operating system.
Computer Organization and ArchitectureStudents will be able to describe basic organization of computer and the architecture of 8086 microprocessor. Students will be able to implement assembly language program for given task for 8086 microprocessor. Students will be able to demonstrate control unit operations and conceptualize instruction level parallelism. Students will be able to demonstrate and perform computer arithmetic operations on integer and real numbers. Students will be able to categorize memory organization and explain the function of each element of a memory hierarchy. Students will be able to identify and compare different methods for computer I/O mechanisms.
Automata TheoryStudents will be able to understand, design, construct, analyze and interpret Regular languages, Expression and Grammars. Students will be able to design different types of Finite Automata and Machines as Acceptor, Verifier and Translator. Students will be able to understand, design, analyze and interpret Context Free languages, Expression and Grammars. Students will be able to design different types of Push down Automata as Simple Parser. Students will be able to design different types of Turing Machines as Acceptor, Verifier, Translator and Basic computing machine. Students will be able to compare, understand and analyze different languages, grammars, Automata and Machines and appreciate their power and convert Automata to Programs and Functions
Sem 5Computer Graphics and Virtual RealityStudents shall have understood basic concepts of computer graphics. Students shall have understood algorithms to scan convert the basic geometrical primitives, transformations, Area filling, clipping. Students shall have understood the fundamentals of animation, Virtual reality ,the related technologies, and shall be able to describe applications of Virtual Reality.
Operating SystemsStudent will learn important computer system resources and their management policies, algorithms used by operating systems. Student will understand what makes a computer system function and the primary PC components. Student will understand the working of an OS as a manager of various resources. Student will implement some of the functions of OS such as scheduling policies, page replacement algorithms, IPC.
Microcontroller and Embedded SystemsAbility to understand basic structure embedded systems Ability to understand basic structure microcontroller. Ability to understand basic concepts used in embedded system. Ability to program microcontroller. Ability to design conceptual embedded system.
Advanced Database Management SystemsConstruct complex queries using SQL to retrieve and manipulate information in a database. Design and implement full-fledged real life applications integrated with database systems. Clearly understand how databases are actually stored and accessed; How transaction ACID properties are maintained and how a database recovers from failures. Apply security controls to avoid any type of security incidents on vital database systems. Design advanced data systems using Object based systems or Distributing databases for better resource management. Understand the importance of enterprise data and be able to organize data to perform analysis on the data and take strategic decisions.
Open Source TechnologiesAfter this course students will be able to apply knowledge of the linux shell commands for working on the linux environment. After this course students will be able to apply knowledge of the linux administration commands for performing network and system security administration. After this course students will be able to apply knowledge of servers to configure various servers like FTP, Web server, DNS, etc. After this course students will be able to create simple apps for the Android OS.
Business Communication and EthicsA learner will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form and demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities A learner will be able to participate and succeed in Campus placements and competitive examinations like GATE, CET. A learner will be able to possess entrepreneurial approach and ability for life-long learning. A learner will be able to have education necessary for understanding the impact of engineering solutions on Society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues.
Sem 6Software EngineeringMeet the Information Technology Program Objectives of identifying and solving engineering problems To understand principles, concepts, methods, and techniques of the software engineering approach to producing quality software for large, complex systems. To function effectively as a member of a team engaged in technical work. To think critically about ethical and social issues in software engineering for different applications
Distributed SystemsThe student gains clear understanding of fundamental principles of Distributed Systems along with design and implementation of key mechanisms, Clock Synchronization, Election Algorithms, Mutual Exclusion, Message Communication, Process and Resource Scheduling etc. The student understands the message communication, remote procedure call and Remote method invocation (RPC and RMI) along with group communication. Emphasis is on developing applications using current distributed computing technologies like EJB, CORBA and .NET. Student should be able to develop/design distributed system/applications for an enterprise using SOA
System And Web SecurityUpon successful completion of the course the student will be able to differentiate between authentication and authorization Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to explain the basic idea behind access control and compare the various access control policies and models. Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to explain the need for security protocols in the context of use with Internetbased applications Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to explain the basic idea behind firewalls and intrusion detection systems and how they work Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to explain malicious software and typical software solutions used in dealing with viruses and worms Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to understand and explain various issues related to program security and web security.
Data Mining and Business IntelligenceOn successful completion of this course students should be able demonstrate an understanding of the importance of data mining and the principles of business intelligence On successful completion of this course students should be able able to prepare the data needed for data mining algorithms in terms of attributes and class inputs, training, validating, and testing files. On successful completion of this course students should be able implement the appropriate data mining methods like classification, clustering or association mining on large data sets. On successful completion of this course students should be able define and apply metrics to measure the performance of various data mining algorithms. On successful completion of this course students should be able apply BI to solve practical problems : Analyze the problem domain, use the data collected in enterprise apply the appropriate data mining technique, interpret and visualize the results and provide decision support.
Advanced Internet TechnologyOn successful completion of this course students should be able develop Keyword Generation, Using Google Analytics etc. On successful completion of this course students should be able to demonstrate Responsive Web Design On successful completion of this course students should be able to demonstrate Amazon/Google or yahoo mashup.
Sem 7Software Project ManagementUpon completion of the course, students should be able to articulate similarities and differences between IT projects and other types of projects. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to justify an IT project by establishing a business case Upon completion of the course, students should be able to develop a project charter Upon completion of the course, students should be able to develop a work breakdown structure for an IT project Estimate resources (time, cost, human being, etc.) Upon completion of the course, students should be able to establish task inter-dependencies Upon completion of the course, students should be able to construct and analyze a network diagram Upon completion of the course, students should be able to identify IT project risks and develop risk mitigation strategies Upon completion of the course, students should be able to ensure the quality of the project using various standards Upon completion of the course, students should be able to demonstrate Team work and team spirit and how to overcome the conflicts
Cloud ComputingAfter completion of the course the learner should be able to differentiate different computing techniques. After completion of the course the learner should be able to compare various cloud computing providers/ Software. After completion of the course the learner should be able to handle Open Source Cloud Implementation and Administration. After completion of the course the learner should be able to understand risks involved in cloud computing.
Intelligent SystemStudents will develop a basic understanding of the building blocks of AI as presented in terms of intelligent agents. Students will be able to choose an appropriate problem-solving method and knowledge-representation scheme. Students will develop an ability to analyze and formalize the problem (as a state space, graph, etc.) and select the appropriate search method. Students will be able to develop/demonstrate/ build simple intelligent systems or classical toy problems using different AI techniques.
Wireless TechnologyUnderstand the new trends in mobile/wireless communications networks Understand the characteristics of mobile/wireless communication channels Understand the multiple radio access techniques Understand the multiuser detection techniques
E- Commerce and EBusiness
Project IThe learner should be able to prepare a synopsis of the work selected.
Sem 8Storage Network Management and RetrievalStudents will be able to evaluate storage architectures, including storage subsystems, SAN, NAS, and IP-SAN, also define backup, recovery. Examine emerging technologies including IP-SAN. Define information retrieval in storage network and identify different storage virtualization technologies.
Big Data AnalyticsAt the end of this course a student will be able to understand the key issues in big data management and its associated applications in intelligent business and scientific computing. At the end of this course a student will be able to acquire fundamental enabling techniques and scalable algorithms like Hadoop, Map Reduce and NO SQL in big data analytics. At the end of this course a student will be able to interpret business models and scientific computing paradigms, and apply software tools for big data analytics. At the end of this course a student will be able to achieve adequate perspectives of big data analytics in various applications like recommender systems, social media applications etc.
Computer Simulation and ModelingUnderstand the meaning of simulation and its importance in business, science, engineering, industry and services Identify the common applications of discrete-event system simulation. Practice formulation and modeling skills. Understand simulation languages Ability to analyze events and inter-arrival time, arrival process, queuing strategies, resources and disposal of entities An ability to perform a simulation using spreadsheets as well as simulation language/package Ability to generate pseudorandom numbers using the Linear Congruential Method Ability to perform statistical tests to measure the quality of a pseudorandom number generator Ability to define random variate generators for finite random variables Ability to analyze and fit the collected data to different distributions
Software Testing & Quality Assurance
Project IIThe learner should be able to demonstrate the product that is implemented. The learner should be able to produce the proper documentation of the work The learner should be able to able to work in team and communicate with peers. The learner should be able to develop skills required by the industry
  • Achievements by Staff
  • Sankhe Sneha Ramakant

    Published a paper entitled "Emotion Recognition And Reaction Using Neural Networks And Raspberry Pi 3." in "INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCE RESEARCH IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING" in April - 2018

  • Nabi Azhar Noor

    Published a paper entitled "Cold Storage Control System Using Iot" in "IJAREST" in April - 2018

  • Patil Harshal Aravind

    Presented a paper entitled "Analysis And Comparative Study Of Mobile Malware Detection" in the event "CRTCE - 18 (MULTICON)" in February - 2018

  • Pinjari Khalil Nabab

    Published a paper entitled "Virtual Mouse Using Sixth Sense Technology" in "IJARCET" in May - 2017

  • Dange Anas Sami Ahmed

    Presented a paper entitled "Identification Of Trustworthy Sellers And Buyers In E-commerce" in the event "INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMANATIONS IN MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING (ICEMTE-2017)" in March - 2017

  • Students Achievements
  • Akshay Singh won 1st Prize in the event Technorion held at Iit Bombay in 2018

  • Sudhanshu Vegad, Sharukh Boroundkar won 2nd Prize in the event National Level Innnovation Award held at Pune in 2017

  • Rima Biswas won 17th Rank in the event Hackathon held at Pune in 2017

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