PIMPRI CHINCHWAD EDUCATION TRUST's

PIMPRI CHINCHWAD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

  • NBA Accreditation (UG Courses Accredited Thrice : Mechanical, Computer, E&TC;
    Accredited Twice: IT)
  • NAAC Accreditation with "A Grade "
  • Permanently Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), Pune
  • An ISO 9001: 2015 Certified Institute
  • Approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) New Delhi, Govt. of Maharashtra, D.T.E., Mumbai
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Student Association Coordination Cell

Objectives

To create a platform for students to plan, organize and execute various activities in the interest of student development of the students. Its an association of students for students and by students

Functions

  • To create “an association of students working for students” for their overall development.

  • To provide a platform for regular and frequent discussions and exchange of views among students.

  • To provide opportunities for students to develop their leadership and organizational qualities.

  • To develop student’s academic, professional and personality development skills through various programs, activities arranged by association.

  • To monitor and control effective conduct of such program ensuring regular attendance, active participation and involvement of students. To carry out feedback analysis after conclusion of the program.

  • To create awareness amongst the students about professional societies, encouraging them to be a member of these societies.

PCCOE is the best engineering college in Pune

Ms. Anagha Chaudhari
(Student Association Coordination Cell Incharge)
Email Id : anagha.chaudhari@gmail.com
Contact : 9881957427

Department Student Associations


Sr. No.

Department

Student Association

Coordinator

1

Computer

Computer Engineering Student Association (CESA)

Mr. Rahul Pitale

2

Mechanical

Mechanical Engineering Student Association (MESA)

Mrs. Varsha Gaikhe

3

E & TC

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Student Association (ETSA)

Mrs. Ashwini Shinde

4

IT

Information Technology Student Association (ITSA)

Mrs. Ashvini Tonge

5

Civil

Civil Engineering Student Association (CiESA)

Mr. Siddharth Gaikwad

6

FE

First Year Engineering Student Association (FESA)

Mrs. Ashwini Vaze

7

MCA

Master of Computer Application Student Association (MCASA)

Mrs. Dipali Railkar

8

MBA

Student Association of Master of Business Administration (SAMBA)

Mrs. Shilpa Kundale

Major Activities


National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19"

Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust’s Pimpri Chinchwad College of Engineering (PCCOE). Pune hosted a 12th edition of National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19" on 2nd and 3rd April, 2019 in association with Quality Circle Forum of India and Design Innovation Centre,Savitribai Phule Pune University.

The theme of Techlligent 2K19 was based on thrust areas related to Energy, Agriculture, Health and Hygiene, Transport and Automobile, Digital India and active participation of Indian youth in country's governance and development.

Objective of Techlligent 2K19 is to provide an opportunity to Students of all Engineering branches, MBA, MCA as well as Science stream from all around the Country to showcase their Technical proficiency, their enthusiasm towards technology, and skills to provide better solutions for societal benefits.

Techlligent 2K19 saw 1000 + footfalls, 13 events, and a whopping Rs. 2.5 lakhs in prize money. There were 600 + exciting and highly competitive contestant in all branches of engineering, robotics, drones, logo making and short-film making. Some of the events included Techlligent 2K19 - Technovation (Innovative Project Competition), Infovision ( Innovative Idea Presentation) , Invictus ( Award Winning Project Display) , Dronovation( drones competition) , Roboolympics ( Competing robots) , , Frames Tales (short film contest), Logo design , Royal Jumble ( mix and match products to make new products ), Shift delete bhrashtachar , peoples voice challenge ( uprooting corruption and giving voices to people’s grievances) , Smart village (technology for rural development ) , Power tower ( balancing civil structures) and prestigious ACM chapter sponsored Pune coding league (PCL 3.0) . Many engineering colleges around Pune participated with great enthusiasm in these events.

Pro vice chancellor of SPPU Dr. N. S. Umarani graced the award ceremony by his esteemed presence as chief guest along with Mr. Rohan Rajapurkar Executive Director at Radiant Heat Exchanger Pvt. Ltd. as a guest of honor. Mr. S.J. Kalokhe - President QCFI, Pune, Dr.A.D. Shaligram- Dean Science and Technology SPPU, Dr. A. M.Fulambarkar- Principal PCCOE , Mr. Anant Kshirsagar’ - HEAD Corporate HSE at Thermax Ltd. , and Dr. S.U. Bhandari Dean - Student development and welfare PCCOE marked valuable presence at the event.

To judges the various events the team of experts form industries like Mr. Jagdish Lomte - Thermax, Dr.Rahul Shindurnikar -Simens , Mr. Rahul Uplap –KPIT technologies, Mr. Vikramsinh Desai -Teamspringg Engineering Solutions, Mr. N K. Vaidya and Amol Madkar -TATA MOTORS , Mr. Hemant Gadgil- Dassult Systems Foundation, Mr. Arun Jangam -Nayan Electronics , Mr. D W Bapat and Dr.N.D.Joshi –Ex Thermax were present. Keeping in mind the versality of the event based on thrust area Dr. Dattatray Lad- Agriculture College Pune, Dr. Prasad Bhanap (YCM) and Dr.Ritesh Pathak - PGI YCMH PCMC Pimpri Pune were present. Dr.Gunjal- SPPU-Skill Development and Mr. Vijay Athawale- Consultant and Mr. Ravi Nagphase –Skill India Jury Member also graced the occasion as judges.

Sponsorers for the events were Forbes Marshall ,Limras , Shrike groups Telecommunication Pvt Ltd (LTPL), , GTS Techno Soft - Banner Pune, A+A Interiors Pune, Swamy electrical consultants, MSC softwares Pune and NAG magic Pune.

This event provided a systematic approaches for industry–academia collaboration. It brought together experts to discuss the state-of-the-art and potential research agendas and industries willing to sponsor academic research.This collaboration proved best in developing interpersonal relationships between individuals. Techlligent 2K19 witnessed that Student internships , research project funding and collaborations, could be a win-win situation for both parties. Techlligent 2K19 realised that Industry should frankly and honestly talk with academia based on logical thinking and scientific background, which would be helpful to close engagement with academia.

The Techlligent 2K19 core committee consisted of faculty members Mr. Umesh.G.Potdar , Ms. Anagha Chaudhari and Mrs. Deepti S.Khurge, along with students core committee -Mr. Ronak Gandhi, Kashaf Shaikh, Gayatri Kadam , Pranjali Chaudhari, Angha Belkone

Techlligent 2K19 was based on the idea that Academia and industry are two important pillars of our economy. A robust collaboration between the two will augur well for our developing economy, enabling innovation, growth in the education system and producing an employment-ready workforce. This event gave a chance to discover, develop and demonstrate talent for students to excel and succeed. This student driven techfest showcases and celebrates the innovation, creativity, teamwork and talent of the students.

National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19

National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19 National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19
National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19 National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19
National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19 National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19

TEDxPCCOE


The recruitment of volunteers was done in a detailed and professional manner. Based on the responses of the students for the volunteering positions, colour codes were used to segregate these responses based on certain commonalities. The selected students then went through the personal interview round wherein questions were directed to the role he/she applied for were asked.

Volunteers recruited = 38, Core members = 9, Total volunteers = 47.

After the recruitment of the volunteers, activities like group discussions, debates and mock drills were conducted. The purpose of these activities were as follows

  • To get the volunteers to know each other i.e. for the team bonding.
  • To improve self-confidence.
  • Developing various skills like effective communication, presence of mind and leadership etc.

Team meetings were organized every day after college hours. Alpha meetings were conducted during the weekend, where a few of the volunteers along with the core made the agenda for the upcoming week. The agenda was followed strictly by each team within the planned timespan and at the next alpha meeting progress for each team was reported.

Initially the entire team had a common meeting where the said GD’s etc. were carried out. In the later phase each individual team i.e. Curation, Design, Executive Production, Photography worked independently in their respective domains.

During the entire phase students got the opportunity to meet the speakers and learn a lot from them. Meetings and discussion of ideas with professionals was a great experience for everyone. The executive production team acquired major sponsorships such as – Title Sponsor – Suroj Buildcon = Rs. 1,00,000. Other Sponsors – Gauri Electronics, SA Electronics, Malu Industries = Rs. 60,000.

Speakers and Performers of the event –

1. Sandeep Kumar - Speaker

2. Nidhi Hegde – Performer

3. Anupam Singhi – Speaker

4. Subah Jain – Speaker

5. Shantanu and Aman – Performers

6. Nishtha Javeri – Speaker

7. Faizan Hussain – Performer

8. Samson Samuel – Speaker

9. Sachin - Performer

Finally, on 7th of April the event kicked off at 10:30 AM with Ganeshprasad, the master of the ceremony and founder of TEDxPCCOE, introduced the audience to the idea of TED and the true spirit of the idea of a Zero Waste Event. The first speaker for the day was Cdr. Sandeep Kumar who spoke about "The Power of Desire". He shared the way a person can achieve a target, given that the desire is strong enough. After this, we had a prerecorded TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson speaking about "Do Schools Kill Creativity?". To cap off the first session of the event, we had Nidhi Hegde, a fellow student of the PCET family mesmerizing the audience with her melodious voice. The light refreshment break was followed by a prerecorded TED talk delivered by Rory Sutherland. He spoke about the importance of perspective. Next speaker of the event was, Mr. Anupam Singhi, sharing his valuable insight into the world of stock market. Final speaker for the second session was the most awaited speaker of the event, Ms. Subah Jain, who spoke about how to cure diseases by having a good diet. An uplifting and breathtaking Jugalbandi performance by Shantanu and Aman was followed by lunch.

After lunch, it was time for the next speaker, Mrs. Nishtha Javeri. She enlightened people about how the field of graphology can be used to identify people having mental illnesses. This was followed by another prerecorded TED talk delivered by Tony Fadell. He spoke about “The first secret of great design”. And in came, Mr. Faizan Hussain, an artist with a guitar and a melodious voice. After he enthralled the audience with his art, it was time for another short break. In this, a refreshing papdi chaat lifted the audience's spirit.

The last session of the event began with Mr. Samson Samuel, our last speaker of the day sharing his idea about the power of gratitude. The last prerecorded TED talk of the event was given by Janine Benyus. 'Biomimicry in action' was the central idea of it. Finally, came the jugglers, entertaining the audience with their theatrics.

After that, the lead organizer, Rohan Patil, came onto the stage to give a vote of thanks and conclude the event.

National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19
National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19
National Level Technical Symposium “Techlligent 2K19

Techlligent is a National Level Technical Symposium for Engineering students. It is a symposium for Under Graduate students which lead to develop their Technical and Management Skills. The PCCOE has been organizing this National level Technical Symposium event successfully for last few years. This year Techlligent-2017 was organized on 24th and 25th February2017.

Objectives

1. To reveal the technical and managing proficiency among students.
2. To develop ability in students to work as team with analytical and creative mind.

Techlligent Function :

The inaugural function of Techlligent-2017 was organized on 24th Feb 2017 at 09:30 AM in Seminar Hall of PCCoE. Mrs. Arati Dixit, Vice-Chairperson of ACM chapter was the Chief Guest for the Inaugural function of the Techlligent -2017. The student anchoress Ms. Ashwini and Mr. Ronak Gandhi welcomed all the dignitaries and student participants. The formal inauguration started with the lamp-lightening ceremony and welcoming of all the dignitaries – Mrs.Arati Dixit, Dr. A. M. Fulambarkar, Principal, PCCOE, Dr.S.S.Lakde, Dean R&D, Dr.S.U.Bhandari, Dean SDW, Prof. U.R.Shirode, Faculty Convenor and Prof.A.S.Gadhe, Faculty Secretary.

Events under Techlligent-2017:

Total 23 events were organized under Technical-2017. Among which three events were mega technical events. There were two technical events and non technical/management events for each department ( E&Tc, IT, Computer, Mechanical, Civil).

Highlights of Mega Events :

1. Pune Coding League(PCL): PCL event is organised under the ACM Chapter Pune. Total 75 teams were participated. In this event student were given a problem statement to solve in time span of 5 Hrs. The solutions provided by participants were evaluated by offline judge and accordingly winner was declared.

2. Amphibot: Amphibot is an event where participant has to come up with robot which can put down hurdles on its way to reach to its destination. The track was made under water and in first round participated team has to make their robot to sail through water. Upon successfully qualifying round 1, the team will run their robot on track which is partially under water and on land. Total 61 teams participated in this event with maximum allowable group size of 3

3. Bridge the Gap: In this event participants make a bridge model on the basis of problem statement. Teams were selected on the basis of an objective type test in round 1 which comprised of questions related to engineering mechanics. In round 2 selected teams made a model on a given problem statement and then in round 3 testing of the modelled bridge is done. Total 36 teams participated in this event and up to 80Kg load was balanced by bridge made by participant using ice-sticks

 
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