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Since 1983
INFORMATION BROCHURE
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute
Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
www.ritindia.edu
Certification and accreditations
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Accredited by IE INDIA, KOLKATA
Accredited by TCS
All UG courses are accredited by NBA
Two PG programs M. Tech - Mechanical (Design Engg.) and M. Tech - Electronics are accredited for 3 years by NBA, New
Delhi among very few P.G Programs accredited in Maharashtra State.
Recognized Research Center (Ph.D.) of Shivaji University, Kolhapur
RIT is selected as Head of the 21 Lead Colleges under Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Rajaramnagar, Sakharale, Islampur, Tal.:Walwa,
Dist. Sangli, Maharashtra 415 414, India
Telephone : +91 2342 220329
Cell
: +91 9970 700700
For MBA : +91 2342 226488,+91 9970 700810
Fax
: +91 2342 220989
e mail
: [email protected]
www.ritindia.edu
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute,
Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Contents
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Board of Governance
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Controller of Examination, Deans & Registrar
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Head of the Departments
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From Director’s Desk
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RIT Campus
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Achievements of RIT
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International Visits
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Eminent Personalities’ Visits
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International Delegates
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Courses at a Glance
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Academics at RIT
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Department of Automobile Engineering
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Department of Civil Engineering
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Department of Computer Science & Engineering
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Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
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Department of Electrical Engineering
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Department of Information Technology
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Department of Mechanical Engineering
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Department of Sciences and Humanities
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Department of Management Studies
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International Admissions
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Research and Development
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Training and Placement
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Library
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Infrastructure
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Activities at RIT
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Students' Organizations
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Students' Amenities
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Kasegaon
Education
Society
Kasegaon Education Society is one of the leading educational
organisations in the Western Maharashtra. It was established in 1945 by
Late Shri. Rajarambapu Patil, the leading statesman. Considering the
need of time, the Society focused its attention on taking the education to
the threshold of the rural masses. The Society started schools in the
nearby villages and a hostel for backward class students at Kasegaon.
After the untimely and sad demise of Shri. Rajarambapu Patil in 1984, it
was Shri. Jayant Patil, his son, who alike his father entered his public life
through educational activities. He shouldered the responsibility of
Kasegaon Education Society. Shri. Jayant Patil took the Society with time,
diversifying its educational facilities. Today the Society has 31 primary &
secondary schools and 15 higher educational institutes under its roof.
This includes mainly three arts, commerce & science colleges, two
information technology institutes, an engineering college, a polytechnic,
two management institutes, a nursing institute, a agricultural polytechnic,
a pharmacy college and an international school.
The Society has been conferred with prestigious award like 'Dr.
Babasaheb Ambedkar Dalitmitra Puraskar', 'State Award for Educational
Institutes'. Certificates of appreciation have been also awarded to the
Society by C-DAC & MKCL for its exemplary contribution towards
computer literacy.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology established in 1983 has proved to
be a landmark development of the Society as well as an instrument for
expanse of its horizon.
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Board of Governance
Hon. Shri. Bhagat Rajaram Patil
Chairman
Hon. Shri. Jayant Rajaram Patil
Rural Development Minister,
Maharashtra State,
Member
Hon. Shri. Shamrao P. Patil
President, Kasegaon Education
Society, Kasegaon,
Member
Hon. Shri. Shamrao D. Patil
Chairman, Rajarambapu Cooperative Bank Ltd., Peth,
Member
Hon. Shri. Ramchandra Sawant
Secretary, Kasegaon Education
Society, Kasegaon,
Member
Hon. Shri. Vivek Sawant
Managing Director, Maharashtra
Knowledge Corp. Ltd, Pune.,
Member
Shri. Amit B. Kalyani
Executive Director,
Bharat Forge Limited, Pune
Member
Dr. Ashok S. Kolaskar
Ex. Vice-Chancellor,
Dr. M. P. Ravindra
Sr. Vice-President,
Member of Mgt.Council & Head of
Educational & Research, Infosys
Member
Hon. P. V. Sarode
Dy. Director, Regional Office, Pune
DTE, Nominee
Member
Hon. Prof. H. N. Agarwal
U.G.C., New Delhi,
Nominee
Hon. Dr. B. N. Gophane
Venutai Chavan College, Karad
University Nominee
Prof. Martand T. Telsang
Teaching Staff Representative
Member
Prof. Rajan D. Padval
Teaching Staff Representative
Member
Prof. Sandip Anandrao Thorat
Teaching Staff Representative
Member
Dr. Mrs. Sushma S. Kulkarni
Director
Member & Secretary
University of Pune,
Advisor, National Knowledge Commission
Member
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Controller of Examination,
Deans & Registrar
Prof. M. T. Telsang
Dean
Academic
Prof. D. G. Thombare
Dean
Student Development
Prof. A. C. Attar
Dean
Quality Assurance
Prof. P. S. Patil
Dean
Infrastructure
Prof. P. P. Deshpande
Dean
Research & Development
Prof. P. D. Kumbhar
Controller of Examinations
Prof. R. D. Padval
Registrar
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Head of the Departments
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Prof. S. S. Gavade
Head, Mechanical Dept.
Prof. B. P. Nikam
Head, Science & Humanities
Dept.
Prof. S. R. Patil
Head, Automobile Dept.
Prof. H. S. Jadhav
Head, Civil Dept.
Prof. S. S. Patil
Head,
Computer Science & Engg Dept.
Prof. S. R. Jagtap
Head, Electronics &
Telecommunication Engineering
Dept.
Prof. H. T. Jadhav
Head,
Electrical Engineering Dept.
Prof. S. A. Thorat
Head, Information Technology
Dept.
Prof. M. M. Shinde
Head,
Management Studies
Prof. M. L. Deshpande
Head,
Training & Placement
From Director's Desk
You will find everything at RIT, focused on our Quality Policy of
imparting quality education to students and to lead in technical
education through involvement & empowerment of our faculty with the
ultimate aim of student satisfaction.
We realize that we have to transform XII class student into a
professional engineer within a period of four formative years. We
ensure that students should gain not just technical knowledge but also
a holistic set of skills that will equip them to face the real world. Facultymembers guide and monitor students by participating in their
academic, research, sports & cultural pursuits. We want our students
to be committed, dedicated to their goals along with integrity and
concern for the environment and rural society they live in.
Institute is successfully running academic autonomy awarded by UGC
and Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Introduction of changes in curriculum
and timely revisions in it as per the needs of advancement and
changing scenario of industry resulted in satisfaction and enjoyment at
both students and teachers end. We insist that our faculty should
continuously upgrade to provide direction for future teaching-learning
innovations. RIT has consistently produced excellent results and its
alumni can be found in distinguished organizations in India & overseas.
We have continuous interaction with Industry through in plant training
and live industry based projects. Institute is funded under World Bank
Project named ‘Technical Education Quality Improvement Program’
(TEQIP II) with Rs. 4 crore for PG Programmes and Research driven by
innovation. Innovative activities like QEEE live classes, a Direct to
Student Program through webinars by highly rated IIT professors are
being arranged throughout the academic year. Inspired by the thoughts
of Vigyan Ashram, PABAL, our students initiated RIT SPEED an official
wing of Community and Social Responsibility (CSR). Through this our
students give engineering and technological solutions to the problems
in the society. Our most of the programmes are accredited and
reaccredited by NBA, AICTE, New Delhi.
In a nutshell, we believe in -'Make no little plans, they have no magic to
stir men's blood; make big plans, aim high in hope and work'. We are
constantly innovating and never standing still. If these are values you
believe in too, you will do well at RIT. If you have the drive and
determination, come to RIT and we will help you realise your dreams!
Dr. Mrs. Sushma S. Kulkarni
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RIT Campus
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Excellent track record of results of final year with a
consistent appearance in the University merit-list.
Research projects from state/national level
agencies to promote research culture.
Well qualified faculty: post-graduates and
doctorates.
Excellent academic discipline and good rapport
with parents.
Students' Counseling Cell having good rapport
with parents through Parent Liaison Scheme.
Engineering Education Cell for continuous faculty
development program.
Group Insurance Scheme for Staff & Students.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar (formerly known as College of
Engineering, Sakharale) was started in 1983. Located near Islampur, 7 kms. away from
Peth Naka off Pune -Bengalore highway. RIT has a green beautiful campus of 17 hectors
and buildings on it measuring 49021 sq.m. RIT has emerged as a leading technological
Institute in Western Maharashtra through its dedicated and disciplined approach to
provide quality technical education over a period more than thirty years.
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Awards received by
Dr. Mrs. S. S. Kulkarni, Director of the Institute
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Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan National Award for Best Engineering College Principal 2011-2012.
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‘Emerging HRD Thinkers Award’ for the paper on Strategic Planning for Effective Implementation of Growth & Development
Plan - A Case Study awarded by Indian Society for Training & Development (ISTD), New Delhi through Open Competition.
Awards & Achievements at
Institute Level
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Achievements of RIT
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Institute received approval from AICTE for the Diploma
courses in second shift for Civil Engineering & Mechanical
Engineering & increase in intake for M.Tech Design
Engineering & M. Tech. Civil – Structural Engineering (18 to
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Successfully conducted conference of African
Associations at institute from 8th June 2014 to 15th June,
2014.
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Civil Engineering department’s Quality Circle team has won
“Silver Medal” in CCQC held at Quality Circle Forum of India,
Pune Chapter on 25th August, 2012. Topic – Kalpataru - Air
Pollution Control Device for Small Scale Industries in year 20122013.
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Departments of Mechanical & Civil Engineering received
Excellence award in Quality Circle competition at IIT, Kanpur
year 2012-2013.
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The Institute is an Autonomous Institute from 2011-12.
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First Graduation Ceremony of M. Tech./MBA post
graduates held on 10th November, 2013 at the auspicious
hands of Hon.Ratan Tata in year 2013-14.
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Institute has received Best Engineering College of Maharashtra
Award by Engineering Education Foundation, Pune for the year
2011-2012.
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DQ-CMR Top T-Schools Survey 2013 - Ranked 52nd as
India's Top Engineering Colleges 2013-2014
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The Institute is an Autonomous Institute from 2011-12.
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Institute has 23 provisionally registered patents.
RIT is ranked amongst first ten in the Survey of Industry-linked
Engineering Institutes done by AICTE 2010-2011
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RIT has bagged Sri V.V.R. Seshadri Rao, Gudiavelleru
Engineering College National Award for “The Best Private
Engineering College 2013” by ISTE, New Delhi in year
2013-14.
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Successfully conducted Eye Donation & Eye Checking Camp in
associated with Emerging Leaders of Information Technology
(ELIT) on 15th September 2012.
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Best Practices Group of CSE dept. has won “Silver Medal”
at QCFI, Pune Chapter - 28th Annual Convention on
Quality Circle & allied concepts on 24th August, 2013in
year 2013-14.
Quality Circle named ‘Assured’ from Automobile Engineering
Department won international award at QC Convention
(ICQCC) at Beijing, China in 2007-2008.
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RIT has bagged The ISTE Best Chapter Award 2012-2013.
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RIT ranked 57th in CSR-GHRDC- ENGINEERING
COLLEGE SURVEY 2013 as top Private Engineering
Colleges in India & ranked 6th as top Engineering College
in State of Maharashtra, 2012-2013.
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RIT rated as 'AA+' Institute by careers 360 survey- 2013 in
year 2012-2013.
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DQ-CMR Top T-Schools Survey 2012 - Ranked 56th as
India's Top Engineering Colleges 2012-2013
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North East SUN magazine's Best Engineering Institutes
Ranking - RIT is ranked on 30th in the Top 50 Private
Engineering Institutes in India 2012-2013.
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RIT rated 30th in the Top 50 Private Engineering Colleges
in India by Dainik Bhaskar Lakshya, 2012-2013.
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Mechanical Engineering department’s Quality Circle team
has won “Gold Medal” in CCQC held at Quality Circle
Forum of India, Pune Chapter on 25th August, 2012. Topic
– In Efficiency of Turmeric Processing Plant in year 20122013.
Awards received by Faculty & Staff
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Prof. K. A. Parane & Prof. S. R. Poojara won 1st prize as
Distinguished Facilitator at Infosys, Pune under Inspire Faculty
contest on 27th June 2014.
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Prof. S. S. Patil, HOD - CSE dept. has won First Prize as
Distinguished Facilitator at Infosys, Pune under Inspire Faculty
contest on 14th August, 2013 in year 2013-2014.
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Institute Faculty Dr. S. M. Shiyekar has received Best
Engineering College Teacher of Maharashtra by Engineering
Education Foundation, Pune for the year 2011- 2012.
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ISTE - ‘Best Engineering College Teacher Maharashtra State
2011’award received by Prof. M. T. Telsang in recognition of
outstanding contribution to Academic Community in year 20112012.
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Prof. M. V. Pisal, Associate Professor, has been awarded
“Shikshak Bhushan Puraskar” by Avishkar Foundation,
Kolhapur.
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Mr. Shankar Kulkarni has been awarded with the ‘Kala-Ratna
Award 2011’ by Maharashtra Journalist Foundation Felicitated
by Mr. Ramesh Dev.
Signed MoU for TEQIP Phase - II
Innovative Educational Practices
Institute has Signed of MoU for TEQIP Phase II project funding of
Rs. 4.00 Crore from the World Bank through Ministry of Human
Resource Development (MHRD).
g Implemented TEQIP Phase I successfully and become one
amongst very few institute at National Level to get selected as
Network Institute. The institute had received project funds of Rs.
9.23 Crore for development.
g Rated one amongst the top colleges for student’s satisfaction
index under TEQIP Phase I.
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Use of ICT in Teaching Learning Process - The Institute has
implemented Autonomy since 2010-11. Since Autonomy is for
boosting students knowledge, competencies and skills through
continuous, comprehensive evaluation.
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IUCEE - Member of Indo US Collaboration for Engineering
Education Consortium Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering
Education was conceptualized by over 150 leaders of
Engineering Education and business from USA and India.
Enjoying status of regional chapter and organized Online
Webinars, Conferences, Workshops & Expert Lectures through
Indo-US regional chapter.
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NPTEL Lectures
It provides E-learning through online Web and Video courses in
engineering stream. The mission of NPTEL is to enhance the
quality of engineering education of students by providing free
online courseware.
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Moodle Server is implemented for creating virtual learning
environment & for e-resources content management.
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Quality Enhancement in Engineering Education (QEEE) a
Direct to Student program: Institute was selected among
100 engineering colleges in India for QEEE pilot program.
The Committee for Reforms in Technical Education under the
chairmanship of Professor Ashok Jhunjhunwala, IIT Madras, has
been constituted by the Ministry of Human Resources and
Development (MHRD) with a mandate to bring about
comprehensive reforms in technical education. Under this the
Direct to Student program was offered. Goal: to utilize high quality
pedagogical resources to enhance learning in a wider student
community
Achievements of RIT
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The program was delivered to 100 engineering colleges (mostly
TEQIP) in a pilot implementation from January 2014.
5 MBPS NKN connectivity
Integration of top quality resources in the form of instructors and
multimedia resources into followed curriculum and methods of
teaching
- Highly rated IIT Professors by students
- Satellite + Broadband ensures high quality video/ audio
Institute has contributed an award at National Level through
Indian Society for Technical Education every year under the
category ‘Rajarambapu Patil National Award for Promising Best
Engineering College Teacher’ (At Degree / Diploma Level) since
1995.
Faculty Appraisal Review Process and Rewards
(Performance Based Appraisal. System - PBAS)
Institute follows the PBAS format of University Grants Commission
(UGC) for the appraisal of faculties. Institute has carried out
strategic planning for five years with SWOT analysis and prepared
one page strategic plan as per Gazelles inc. (Verne Harnish). As
per this strategic plan annual goals have been decided and key
result areas (KRA) defined for all the faculty members along with
HOD’s Vice-Principals and Principal. Based on KRA, incentives
and rewards are given every year up to 5% of salary to Director,
Deans & HODs.
Best Practices (Quality Circle)
It includes activities like induction training of faculty and orientation
of freshers. It went identifying its form to strengthen academic
process. RIT being an institutional member of the ‘Quality Circle
Forum of India’ is known for its innovative ideas for quality circle
activities in educational institute. Quality circles in RIT have fetched
many prizes in state and national level competitions organized by
QCFI, India. Quality circle of RIT received Gold Medal for Case
Study Presentation at International Convention on Quality Control
Circles at Bejing, China in 2007-2008.
The features are like
a) Discussion Forum
b) Files Upload / Download for contents
c) Moodle instant message
d) Online quiz
e) Online resource material & event manager.
INPODS
It makes easy for Students to collaborate and learn from each
other. It allows students to conduct discussions, observe each
other work, and work together on problem-solving. INPODS
increases student teacher interactions while freeing up teachers
from routine tasks, online tests can be conducted, Mapping of
learning outcomes with questions asked in question paper.
Making social learning effective & to reduce assessment load we
are using INPODS software. Social learning with Add Assignment,
Syllabus, Attendance, Class participation, Course exit survey
1) Student Project Submission
2) GATE Preparation
3) On-line Tests also conducted using Inpods.
4) Using Web Conferencing Tool
5) Go To Meeting Web Conferencing Tool
Outcome based Teaching Learning process /
Innovative ractices followed as per NBA guidelines
at Institute level.
Outcome based course plans are prepared.
Continuous assessment process is adopted.
g Simplified understanding through model study, animated
videos and e-learning resources.
g Assignments/Tutorials for each subject are given for more self
understanding.
g Faculty training through workshops /seminar/webinar/STTP
etc.
g Innovations through in class quiz role-play, Term paper etc.
g Conduct extra expert/guest lecturers, industrial visits having
contents beyond syllabus. Arranging debate, quiz online
assignments for critical subject and webinars for students.
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Awards received by Students
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Mr. Omkar Thorat from S.Y. B. Tech. Civil Engineering has won
Third prize for his project titled Measurement of Gas in a LPG
Cylinder on 1st March, 2014 at National Centre for Radio
Astrophysics, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Pune and
Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope, Tal: Junnar, Khodad, Dist:
Pune in year 2013-2014.
Mr. Abhijeet Shete from S. Y. M. Tech. Electrical Power System
has received “BEST PAPER AWARD” in IEEE International
Conference on Knowledge Collaboration in Engineering held at
Kathir College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu on 24,
25th January 2014. He presented paper on “The case study of
automatic power factor controller on distorted system with
overview of harmonics reduction” in year 2013-2014..
Associations with Leading US Universities
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Visited to Nanyang Technological University & Nanyang
Polytechnic, Singapore in from 27 – 29th February 2012 to study
about Research culture & developments in engineering
education.
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MoU with University of Massachusetts Lowell USA and Purdue
University, USA in the area of faculty and staff exchange,
collaborative research activities, joint programs, credit transfer.
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Chairman, BOG, Principal and faculty members visited to five
US universities to study the US Technical Education System and
best practices during November 2008.
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Dr. Walker, President & Dr. Maria, Provost LTU, USA visited for
discussing of collaborative programs.
ASME Human Powered Vehicle Challenge India – 2014 hosted
by IIT Delhi on 17-19th January, 2014 All Over India 2nd Rank
i. 6th Rank in Design Event
ii. 4th Rank in Drag Event
iii. 1st Rank with 49 laps in 150 minutes in Endurance event
(Amount of All Prizes Rs.35,000/-)
Achievements of RIT
Academic Audit
The process of academic audit is being introduced from second
semester of 2009-2010. The objective of academic audit is to have
brief hand information regarding the teaching learning process
with planned intervention to enhance the quality of teachinglearning process and facilitate the learning of all students. A
methodological approach is laid for conducting the audit
Mini Projects for the First year students
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Automobile Engineering students secured 1st Rank in “Eco
Green Vehicle Challenge” organized by SAE at L.D.COE,
Ahmadabad, Gujarat on 24-25th April 2014 All Over India 1st
Rank
Mini Projects have been incorporated in the curriculum in the order
to enhance and utilize the creative potential of the students and
built positive attitude, which will help them in their social &
technical life ahead. The Mini project is designed to help students
develop practical ability & knowledge about practical tools,
techniques in order to solve real life problems and also connect
with society locally, to understand their needs, identify problems &
develop solution. It helps them to work in teams.
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Professional Skill development introduced as credit course in
1st, 2nd & 3rd year as three credit courses with focus on
practical & Language enhancement.
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MOU with IIT Bombay, workshops on engineering subjects are
received through interactive terminals to interact live with IIT,
Mumbai faculty for Faculty Development Programs sponsored
through Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).
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Question paper set by faculty using Blooms Taxonomy & course
learning outcomes.
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Associate membership with the industries in Maharashtra which
provides unique opportunity to participate in industrial
exhibitions, seminars and internship programs for engineering
students.
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TCS has recognized Labs for GATE Exams with capacity of 400
students.
i. 1st Rank in Design Event
ii. 2nd Rank in Drag Event
iii. 1st Rank in Endurance event
(Amount of All Prizes of Rs. 65,000/-)
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Students grabbed 2nd position in ASME-HPVC hosted by IIT,
Delhi in year 2013-14.
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Students of Electronics department won 1st prize in “YUVA
ANVESHAK” competition conducted by IIT, Jodhpur and
received funds of Rs. 10 Lakhs in 2012-2013.
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Miss. Kumbhoje Priyanka Ajit and Miss. Khade Ashwini
Mahadev won 3rd prize for the presentation during the 16th
ISTE Students National Convention held at Periyar Maniammai
University, Vallam, Thanjavur (Tamilnadu) in 2012-13
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Ms. Aditi Sutar & Mr. Prakash Vedpathak under the guidance of
Prof. H. S. Jadhav won the First prize of International Fair
‘Constro 2012’ at Pune in “Memento Design Competition,”
2012-13.
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Mechanical Branch students grabbed 2nd prize in Siemens
“PLM-GTT” full throttle design competition.
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International Visits
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Eminent Personalities’ Visit
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International Delegates
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Vision
Transformation of young minds into competent engineers to face global challenges
Mission
To offer the state of art technical education programmes to shape promising engineers with
requisite skills, knowledge, research aptitude, values and ethics ensuring rewarding careers.
Goals
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To attain the status of academic autonomy and deemed university within next five years.
To develop center of excellence in each department in specified area leading to research,
consultancy and Ph. D. programmes.
To strengthen industry-academic interaction to bridge the gap between theory & practice.
Strategic alliance with reputed institutes and universities of India and overseas.
To promote community development through technology awareness & transfer.
To develop high quality graduates for research, employment & entrepreneurship.
To be amongst first ten most preferred institutes in Maharashtra.
To attract, retain & develop competent faculty as per cadre ratio.
Quality Policy
We are committed to impart quality education in
Engineering & Management keeping in mind global
trends and the needs of the industry in a rapid
changing environment.
Core Values
Practice what we preach
Honesty and sincerity
Fairness and equality
Cooperation
Joy of learning
Each one can excel
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Courses at a Glance
Institute offers both UG and PG programmes in the core as well as special branches
Degree
Courses
Sanctioned strength
Under Graduate Courses
Automobile Engineering
60
Civil Engineering
60
Computer Science & Engineering
60
Electrical Engineering
60
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
60
Mechanical Engineering
120
Information Technology
60
UG Total
480
Automobile Engineering
18
Civil Construction & Management
18
Civil - Structures
24
Mechanical - Design
24
Mechanical - Production
18
Electrical - Power Systems
18
Computer Science & Engineering
18
CAD /CAM /CAE
18
Electronics Engineering
18
Electronics - Digital Systems
18
Master of Business Administration
120
PG Total
312
Grand Total
792
Post Graduate Courses
* Laboratories in Department of Mechanical, Electronics and Civil Engineering are recognized by Shivaji University, Kolhapur for research work leading
to Ph.D.
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There exists a wide gap between the expectations of industry from engineering graduates and the
knowledge, skills and competency the students possess leading to reduced employability. RIT being an
autonomous institute is sensitive to this issue and proactive in bridging the gap through interaction with
industries and professional organizations. RIT is accorded the status of academic autonomy from the year
2011-12, which we look towards as great opportunity to design and implement curriculum sensitive to needs
of Business and Industries, introduce innovative evaluation system to make students learn they are expected
to learn (learning outcomes). The RIT model of Autonomy focuses on “Experiential learning which believes in
learning by doing. This is achieved through hands on experience, industrial assignments mini projects and
live problem solving. RIT proactively embraced Outcome Based Education (OBE) to prepare students for
careers that demand high level of competencies. RIT set in to dynamics of transformation and witnessing a
shift in focus from teaching to learning and entire academic system of RIT is designed to provide multiple
learning opportunities for students to acquire and demonstrate the knowledge, skills and competencies for
rewarding career.
Academics @RIT
OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION, DESIGN, DELIVERY AND ASSESSMENT AT RIT
What the student
should achieve?
Special features of RIT Academic Systems
Transformation of teaching methodology from traditional lecture mode to creating different learning opportunities to address various
learning styles of students.
l Curriculum design with the judicious mix of theory, laboratory work, mini projects, tutorials, industrial visit and field assignments.
l Institutional level open electives are being introduced which gives a student to study the course of his choice from different disciplines.
l Self study courses are introduced to prepare students for lifelong learning
l Professional skill development as a part of curriculum to develop the all-round personality of students
l The assessment scheme is designed to evaluate students learning and linked to attainment of PO’s and Co’s.
l Series of innovative assessment techniques have been introduced like in semester evaluation (ISE) 20%, mid-semester (30%) and End
Semester evaluation (50%).
l RIT is practicing Absolute Grading System for student evaluation and required to earn the total credits specified for the program to earn
the degree.
l RIT with its association with industry helps to imbibe the employment skills and prepare students industry ready.
l Every Student is given a special training in specified software to acquire employability skills.
l Academic Audit system to capture the class room dynamics.
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An autonomous RIT believes in potential and capability of each student and extends the multiple learning opportunities to make him an
engineer rather than just Engineering Graduate. Our efforts are always in the direction to develop an overall personality of students with
ethical and moral values to make them a competent technical manpower for employment and self employment. We always hope and look
forward for joyful learning experience for students and RIT should be the first Choice for both students who value learning as an experience
and also faculty who have a passion to create a great learning environment.
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Department of Automobile Engineering
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The department has received two years NBA re-accreditation by NBA, AICTE, New Delhi.
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The department has also received the accreditation by The Institution of Engineers (India), Kolkata.
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Good rapport with Automotive Research Organizations like ARAI Pune, VRDE Ahmadnagar, CIRT, Pune leading to
better prospects of sponsored projects.
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Automobile Research & Diagnostics Centre is developed under TEQIP, the World Bank Assisted Programme consisting
two wheeler chassis dynamometer, decelerometer, combustion analyzer etc.
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Active SAE Collegiate Club of 'Society of Automotive Engineers' (India), a leading professional organization.
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Competitive Exam Guidance Cell working for preparation on GATE, GRE, TOFEL examination
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Department Library is having SAE Publication books, e-learning resources specific to automotives, automobile
magazines, Journals etc.
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Department has received Gold Medal in case study presentation in International Convention on Quality Control Circle
(ICQCC) held in Beijing, China during Sept, 2007.
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Department has received research grant of Rs. 8,25,000 from A.I.C.T.E., New Delhi under Research Promotion Scheme
( R.P.S.) for the research period 2011 -2014.
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Two Wheeler & Four Wheeler Performance Testing Centre.
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Faculty Strength
Programmes Offered
Course Offered
U. G. Automobile Engineering
P. G. Automobile Engineering
Intake
60
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Professors
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
B. Tech. Automobile
M. Tech. Automobile
Programme Educational Objectives
List of Laboratories
Contribute to the society in general by becoming
professional engineer and responsible citizen of the nation.
g Pursue successful career in automotive and ancillary
industry, in the domain of design, testing and diagnostics
that meet the needs of global companies.
g Lay solid foundation of automotive engineering and
engineering in general; in order to pursue higher
education/certifications and research interests.
g Generate employment by being an entrepreneur
g Serve in public/private transport organization and offer
services in sectors like insurance, sales & marketing etc.
l Automobile Power Plant
l Automobile Transmission
l Theory of Machines
l Metrology and Quality Control
l Automobile Emission
l Measurement and Controls
l Hydraulics and Pneumatics
l Automotive Research
and Diagnosis Centre
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Scope of Employment in various organizations
Automobile engineering graduate can be absorbed in
organizations like vehicle manufacturing industries,
ancillaries manufacturing industries, automotive marketing
divisions, automotive dealership and vehicle testing,
research and development organization, transportation
sector etc. They can start their own business e.g. vehicle
dealership and workshop.
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- Mahindra & Mahindra
- ARS Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
- UVEE Info. Systems Ltd.
- Reliance General Insurance
- Satyam Computers Ltd.
- TATA Auto. Comp. Ltd.
- Spaco Carburators
- Kay Bouvet
- Bajaj Auto
- TATA Motors
- Merchant navy
- Infosys
- Wipro
- Bharat Forge Ltd.
- Indian Army
- Tech Mahindra
Industry Institute Interaction
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is signed with
Bharat Forge, Wipro Technologies Ltd., Maharashtra Centre
for Entrepreneurship Development, Indradeep Foundation,
Regular interaction with industries for expert lectures,
student training, sponsored projects and faculty research.
List of Softwares
l MSC ADAMS
l CATIA
l MSC Nastran
l Ansys
l LS Dyna
l Pro-E
l Unigraphics
l Hyperworks
l Simulation X
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Automobile Chassis
Automobile Maintenance
Departmental Software
Body Engineering
Fuels and Combustion
Automobile Electrical &
Electronics
l Department Computer
Lab
AICTE Sponsored RPS Projects
l Experimental Investigation of Fluid Elastic Vibration in
Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Subjected to Freon134a
Cross Flow for different Tube Spans & End Conditions
(Rs. 8,25,000/- )
l esting Facility for evaluation of Regenerative Shock
Absorber with Adjustable Damping
(In house funding Rs. 50,000/-)
Some Notable Industry Sponsored Projects
l Design and development of Jig for gear box testing
machine at TATA Motors, Pune.
l Improving direct pass ratio at Skoda Auto India Private
Ltd. Aurangabad
l General performance testing of engine using ethanol as
alternative fuel at Vanaz Private Ltd. Pune.
l Design and development of chain adjusting tool at Bajaj
Auto Ltd. Pune.
l Design and development of forging machine at Climber
Engineers, Pune.
l Design of Punch Hole Flange for Bonnet Inner of Bolero
at Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd., Nasik.
Department of Civil Engineering
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Shivaji University, Kolhapur recognized Ph.D research centre
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Best placement opportunities in leading construction industries.
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Best learning opportunities because of huge consultancy assignments for prestigious projects like Jalswaraj and
foundation investigation projects of major bridges,NDT.
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Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory developed for U.G.& P.G. under TEQIP, the World Bank assisted
programmes.
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State of the art laboratories and computing facilities with well equipped latest equipments & softwares for drawing, design
& analysis.
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Under community development many programmes have been organized for benefit of unorganized sector, like water
testing, earthquake resistance construction etc.
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Programmes Offered
Course Offered
U. G. Civil Engineering
P. G. Civil-Structures
P. G. Civil - Construction & Mgt.
Faculty Strength
Intake
60
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B. Tech. Civil
Aims at structuring students so professionally that after their
graduation students will be able to function as responsible
members of the global engineering community. Dedicated to
life-long learning, collaborative practice, discovery, and
sharing of knowledge are the other desired areas. The
program gives emphasis on making students well
acquainted with wide range of Civil Engineering disciplines.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)
The program will prepare graduates of Civil Engineering to,
g Achieve high level technical expertise to succeed in all
positions in Civil Engineering practices and research.
g Pursue higher studies to foster their learning and
understanding in an ever widening sphere of technology.
g Sustain latest practices in analysis, design,
constructiontechniques, project management and
entrepreneurial ability.
g To produce civil engineers who will be fully aware of the
impact of their work on society, both nationally and
globally
Scope of Employment in Various Organizations
Civil Engineers do have job opportunities in the state and
central Government departments, private and public sector
industries, research and teaching institutions, military, road,
railways, etc. They have other newly arising placement
opportunities also. Civil engineers will always be needed to
maintain and repair existing facilities and structures and to
construct new ones. After graduation, one can look for jobs
in road and railway projects, building works, consultancy
firms and quality testing laboratories. Also one can open his
own independent consultancy services.
Professors
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
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M. Tech. Civil -Structural,
Construction and Management
Our objective is to develop PG students to undertake
problem identification, formulation. Students will be able to
find solutions to it. This develops the capacity in student to
be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member.
Also students should understand social, cultural, global and
environmental responsibilities and ethics of a professional
engineer for the need of sustainable development.
Objectives of the Programme
To get exposure to current industry analysis and design
practices, construction methods and materials, and overall
project delivery considerations.
g To produce Post Graduate engineers who acquires
professionalism, leadership and commitment to
professional development through life-long learning.
g To contribute to the task of nation building by churning out
well educated, confident and highly trained engineers and
researchers.
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Scope of Employment in Various Organizations
l In Research & Development organizations such as
Structural Engineering Research Centre (SERC).
l As a Design Engineer in Leading Private and Public sector
Construction industries.
l Civil Engineers do have job opportunities in the state and
central Government departments, private, public sectors
industries and research.
l Software Companies.
l Structural Consultants, Project Manager.
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INDUSTRY INSTITUTE INTERACTION
Continuous liaison with Government, Private and Public sector bodies for consultancy, testing and training.
Filed training through well-known industries.
g Sponsorship for research projects from reputed companies such as MC Bauchmie Co. Ltd. Mumbai, S & P Claver
Ltd., Mumbai etc.
g MoU with reputed construction companies such as Vista core consultants, Magarpatta Township
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List of Laboratories
List of Softwares
l Structural Engineering Laboratory
l Construction and Management Laboratory
l Material Testing Laboratory
l Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory
l Surveying Laboratory
l Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
l Applied Mechanics Laboratory
l Environmental Engineering Laboratory
l Transportation Engineering Laboratory
l Geology Laboratory
l STAAD Pro
l STRAP structural Analysissuite
l Hit Office software
l AutoDesk Land Desktop
l MS Project
l Terramodel
l Primavera
l SAP 2000, ETAB
l AutoDesk
l AutoDesk Architectural
Desktop
l QGIS
Workshops / Conferences / Training Programs
Organized Recently
l The department is actively engaged in organizing National
conferences, workshops, Seminars and short term
courses. The following programmes have been organized
by department.
l National Conference on recent trends in Civil Engineering.
l Software Training program using softwares STAAD PRO,
Primavera and Build Master, Auto Cad, GIS.
l ISTE Workshop on Engineering Mechanics.
l Technical house construction for masons, Drinking water
testing, Earthquake resistant building constructions,
Shetkari Prakahsikshan Shibir etc. under community
services.
l Short term training programme on Durability of concrete
structures for 21st Century.
l Application of Ferrocement in Civil Engineering.
l Short term Training Program on Practical Application of
Finite Element Method in Civil Engineering using ANSYS
Software.
l Workshop on Modern Surveying Techniques.
Some Notable Industry Sponsored Projects
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- Shapoorji & Pallonji Pvt. Ltd.
- Magarpatta Township Development & Construction
- Bhagwati Design
- VSL India Ltd.
- MAYTAS
- Fressynet Prestressed Concrete Co. Ltd.
- Afcons Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.
- JMC Pvt. Ltd.
- Uttam Steel Pvt. Ltd.
- Wipro BPO
- DEPA
- Sobha Construction
- Vista core
- IRB
The department always remains in the forefront owing to
R&D, Planning, Design, Construction and Consultancy
services.
l Effect of more than two admixtures on the properties of
concrete, sponsored by MC Bauchmie Co. Ltd. Mumbai.
l Mix properties of high Performance Concrete for Indian
Environment, sponsored by MC Bauchmie co, Ltd.
Mumbai and BASF Pune.
l Strengthening and retrofitting of RC beams using fiber
reinforced polymers sponsored by S & P Clave
Ltd.,Mumbai
l Calibration of UPCTV for M20 Grade & Polymer modified
Concrete
l EVA Modified Bitumen
l Recrons 3S Fiber
Civil Engineering
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Department of Computer Science & Engineering
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Accredited by National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi.
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MoU with Infosys and CDAC for staff and student training.
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Faculty members have published more that 50 papers in International journals, International and National
conferences.
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State-of-art infrastructures with two High end servers and required softwares.
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CUDA teaching center with NVIDIA Technologies & Aneka Cloud Lab
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Excellent academic results
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Competitive Exam Guidance Cell working for preparation on GATE, GRE, TOFEL examination
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Training programs for value based education.
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Outcome based Teaching- Learning Process
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Tie-ups with reputed Industries and Institutions.
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Developing research culture through R&D cell.
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Accredited by TCS, Pune
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Programmes Offered
Course Offered
U. G. Computer Science & Eng.
P. G. CSE
Faculty Strength
Intake
60
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Computer science & Eng.
Associate Professor
Assistant Professors
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B.Tech. CSE
M.Tech. CSE
Objectives of the Programme
Computer science & Engineering
List of laboratories (UG & PG)
Graduates will utilize their expertise to solve engineering
and social problems.
g Graduates will be prepared for their careers in
development, architects, IT consultant, system/network
administrators.
g Graduate will have the background and perspective
necessary to pursue higher studies and to become
entrepreneur.
g Graduates will function in their profession with social
awareness and responsibility.
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Scope of Employment in Various Organizations
Computer Science & Engineering
l Linux Laboratory
l Database Laboratory
l Project Laboratory
l Application Development Tools Laboratory
l Operating System Laboratory
l Web Development Tools Laboratory
l PG Laboratory -1& 2
MoU with industries like
Zensar Technologies Ltd.,Pune
EMC2 Ltd, Banglore
GTT, Pune
Kahuna System, Pune
Infosys, Pune
CDAC, Pune
SEED Infotech, Pune
Vishwsoft Technology, Pune
l Software Development Engineer
l Software Testing Engineer
l Computer Information System Manager
l Network Administrator
l System Analyst
List of Softwares
l Microsoft Windows Server Enterprise 2008
l Oracle 9i, 5 User License
l Oracle 11 G, Standards 5 User Pack
l Simulator: Espoir Smart Interview Simulator
l Espoir smart Interview Simulator.
l Espoir Knowledge based English Communication
l Program smart English through Technology & Science.
l Maya 6.5 Unlimited Ver. AE
l Microsoft Visual Studio
l • Net Pro AE
l Microsoft Visual Studio Pro 2011 ( 4 License)
l Camtasia Studio Academic
l Novell Netware 6.5
l Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES 4 Basic
l Microsoft Windows 2003 Server with 5 CAL AE
l MS SQL Server Standard Edition 2008 AE
l Foss Lab Server Hard disk
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Workshops/Conferences/Training Programs Organized
Recently
l One Week Workshop on Cloud Computing & Virtualization
l Workshop on Mobipreneur (Android workshop)
l Workshop on “Employment Exercise Readiness”
l Guest Lecture on “.Net Technologies and web development”
l TECHUNT 2013 is a National hunt for “India's Student Entrepreneur of the
Year” and workshop series jointly hosted by Nurture Talent Academy and
Computer Society of India, Pune
l Technical event “Technosphere 2k14”
l Workshop on “Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security”
l Workshop on “Network Security” by IIT, Delhi
l Workshop on “Latex – Effective Documents Writing”
Some Notable Industry Sponsored Projects
Computer Science & Engineering
l Integration of real time website using JOOMLA and PHP by Hi Tech
Engineers Mumbai
l Automation of cane registration and employee attendance by
Rajarambapu Sugar Factory, Sakharale.
l Query Generator by Enterprise DB software India. Pvt. Ltd, Pune
l Display Driver with multi monitor by Simentini Embedded System, Mumbai
l Enhancing the security of ATM System by Rajarambapu Co. Op. Bank, Peth
l Fusion by Reliance General Insurance, Pune
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Industry Institute Interaction
-Infosys Campus Connect Program
-Industry Visit at Microsoft, Banglore
-Industry Visit to Persisten Systems, Pune
-Industry Visit to Infosys at Pune, Mysore and Banglore
-Mobile Application Development course floated by
Infosys, Pune
-Industrial visits and training for faculties at various
Industries like BSNL, SEED InfoTech, Infosys, Reliance
insurance, MKCL etc.
List of Companies visiting to campus
- TCS
- Persistent Software Ltd.
- Syntel
- DB Com
- HSBC
- Tech Mahindra
- HCL Infosystem ltd.
- L&T Infotech
- MindTree Solutions
- Wipro
- Infosys
- Techbrivo
- ZensarTechnologies
- SEED Infotech
- KPIT cummins
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Re-accreditation of UG and PG program by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi
Recognized Ph.D. centre of Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Leading MNCs visit for campus placement.
Seven patents filed.
Eight Funded projects worth Rs.33 lakhs
Many students are pursuing higher studies in premier institutes of India and in foreign universities.
Outcome based curriculum.
Student Exchange Program under IUCEE.
Sponsored Laboratories by Texas Instruments.
Student chapters of professional societies like IETE, ISTE.
Competitive Exam Guidance Cell prepares students for GATE, GRE, TOFEL examination
Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
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Programmes Offered
Course Offered
U. G. Elect. & Telecommunication Engg.
P. G. Electronics
P. G. Electronics ( Digital Systems)
Faculty Strength
Intake
60
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B.Tech. ETC
Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
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M.Tech. Electronics
Digital Systems
Objectives of the Programme
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To create successful Engineers in Electronics,
Communication and allied industries.
To make students responsive to community needs with
high ethical standards in profession.
To motivate students to pursue higher studies to foster
learning and understanding in an ever widening sphere of
technology and management.
To expand knowledge and capabilities of students through
lifelong learning experiences.
Scope of Employment in various organizations
Electronics and Telecomm. Engg. is one of the largest and
fastest growing field of engineering. India is amongst the
fastest growing telecom markets. This creates a strong
opportunity space for electronics and telecommunication
engineers. Graduates in ETC have opportunities in
Government and private companies for installation, operation
and maintenance of electronics equipments and systems.
Defence, Space and other large research organisations
employ these engineers in designing and development of
complex devices and systems for signal processing and
telecommunication. Industries involved in design and
fabrication of devices, integrated circuits, embedded systems,
electronic equipments etc. also provide large scale
placements for engineers with this specialisation. Electronics
and telecommunication graduates also have bright placement
opportunities even in the IT industry, both in the software and
hardware space.
List of Laboratories
l Advanced Communication Lab
l VLSI & Embedded System Lab
l Microprocessor & Microcontroller Lab
l Linear Integrated Circuit Lab
l Transducer Measurement & Control
l Project & Research Lab
l Industrial & Power Electronics Lab
l PCB Design& Manufacturing Lab
l Basic Electronics Lab
l Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
List of Softwares
lFEKO
lCommsim 2001
lMathematica ver - 5.0
Assembler, Linker
lPROTEUS VSM
lLab View 8.6.
lIDL Version 5.6
lTanner EDA Tool
lMATLAB
lMultisim 7
lSCARM- Compiler,
lVsim/Communication
lActive HDL
lSwift Gate
lTina 8 design suit
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- TCS
- Tech-mahindra
- L&T Infotech
- Syntel
- Scope T & M
- Infosys
- Mind-Tree
- Siemens
- Zensar Technologies
- KPIT Cummins
- Patni computers
- Wipro
- Scientech
- PARI Robotics
- Manthan Shipping
Workshops/Conferences/Training Programs
Organized Recently
l Two week ISTE workshop on “Signals & Systems” under
NMEICT, MHRD Govt. Of India in collaboration with
IIT,Kharagpur.
l Two week ISTE workshop on “Analog Electronics” under
NMEICT, MHRD Govt. Of India in collaboration with IIT,
Kharagpur.
l National conference on “Electronics for Rural Development”
l TEQIP-II sponsored STTP on DSP, Embedded System and
Image Processing.
l Three days workshop on Low Power Embedded Systems
using MSP430 Microcontroller
l ETRON National level technical event.
l IETE Student Forum organized “Renewable Energy invention
Competition”
l IETE approved workshop on "PCB Design and
Manufacturing”
l Two days workshop on“Learning Effective Document Writing
using LaTeX”
l One day workshop on “Antennas-Fundamental, Design,
Fabrication and Testing”
Department of Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering, which is concerned with the study and application of the principles of electricity to develop the
machinery, equipment and systems, is significantly influencing the quality of life. Rapidly depleting primary sources of energy
and their adverse environmental effects are the key drivers of growth of renewable sources for sustainable development.
Further, the growing demand of power and large scale integration of renewable energy sources into existing grid requires
knowledge of complex processes and control systems that the today's engineer should posses.
This Engineering program is developed to equip engineering graduate with knowledge of fundamentals and contemporary
issues.
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Programmes Offered
Course Offered
U.G Electrical Engineering
P.G Electrical Engineering
Faculty Strength
Intake
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Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
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B.Tech. Electrical
M.Tech. Power Systems
Objectives of the Program
List of Laboratories
The Electrical Engineering graduate will contribute to
growth of different stakeholders such as industries,
government organization, research institutions etc by
applying skill and knowledge acquired.
g The graduate will practice the profession as Electrical
Engineer with ability to analyse, design, develop, optimize
and implement complex systems.
g The Electrical Engineering graduate will successfully enrol
in and complete higher studies such as Ph.D., MBA, MS
and ME and M.Tech.
g The Electrical Engineering graduate will provide solutions to
engineering problems in technological, ethical and societal
context.
g To collaborate with other Engineering branches to evolve
interdisciplinary opportunities and study material for the
students.
l Basic Electrical Engineering
l Electrical Machines
l Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation
l Power Electronics and Drives
l Control System
l Computer Laboratory
l Switchgear and Protection
l Microprocessor and Microcontrollers
l Basic Electronics and Communication Engineering
l Project Laboratory
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Scope of Employment in Various Organizations
Utilities like Electricity Generation, Transmission and
Distribution, manufacturing electrical equipments,
marketing and business management. Public sectors, oil
and natural gas industry, Indian army, railways and
companies such as Reliance Energy, JSW Limited, Bharat
Forge Limited, Siemens and Syntel. Government R & D
organizations like BARC, DRDO, ISRO and DAE.
List of Softwares
l MiPower Version - 6.0
l Orcad/PSpice Version - 10.5
l MATLAB Version - R2014a
l SKM PT Version - 6.0.2.8
l ETAP
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- Reliance energy
- TATA Power
- Siemens
- TCS
- Mahindra
- JSW Limited,
- Bharat Forge Limited
- Syntel
- Infosys
- Scope T & M
Industry Institute Interaction
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) recently signed l dB Devices Pvt. Ltd., Bhosari, Pune
l M/S KHARE ELEC-TRANS TASGAON
l Rajaram Solvex Limited, A/p- Wamkusawade, Tal-Patan.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in the past
l Bharat Forge, Pune
l Wipro Technologies Ltd, Pune
l Maharashtra Centre of Entrepreneurship Devp. Pune
l Indradeep Foundation, Pune
Regular interaction with industries for expert lectures,
students training, sponsored projects and faculty research.
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Electrical Engineering
Workshops / Conferences / Training Programs
Organized
Some notable Industry Sponsored Projects
U. G. Projects
l Training Program on “Recent Trends in Industrial
Automation Product (PLC, SCADA)” at RIT on 16-21
Dec.,2013.
l GATE Coaching is given from experts to Final Year
Students, 2013-14.
l One week Program on “MATLAB & Its Applications” at
EED RIT, on 17-21 June, 2013.
l One Day Workshop on “Flour Mill- Maintenance and
Management” at RIT, on 7th May, 2013. (Community
Service).
l One day workshop on “Maintenance and Safety of
Electrical Equipments” at RIT, on 16th March
2013.(Community Service).
l Departmental event “ENTHUSE” an annual activity
l Departmental Magzine “Vidyut” published quarterly.
l Workshop on 'Solar Photovoltaic Cell' on 12-22 Dec.
2011organised by IIT Bombay.
l Workshop on "Renewable Energy Sources" on 27th Aug.
2011
l A workshop on 'Advanced Distribution Management' by
Dr. Mani Venkat, Professor UOW, Settle, USA on 31st Dec
2008.
l A workshop on 'Energy Management' during 17-19 March
2007.
l Computer Aided Design of 3-phase Induction Motor
(Sponsored by Hematic Motors Pvt. Ltd. Karad, 2012-13)
l Replacement of mains frequency induction furnace by
medium frequency induction furnace (Sponsored by
Kirloskar Brothers Ltd., 2013-14)
P. G. Projects
l An Optimal Technique for Manufacturing of High Voltage
Capacitor by using Metalised Poly-Propylene Film
(Sponsored by Yash Capacitors Pvt.Ltd., Nashik, 2013-14).
l Reduction of Power Losses by Optimal Location of Flexible
A.C. Transmission Systems (FACTS) Devices (Sponsored by
Vista Associates, Kolhapur, 2012-13).
l Fault Level Analysis of Distribution Substation for Selection
of Protective Devices (Sponsored by Vista Associates,
Kolhapur, 2012-13).
l Analysis of Transformer Oil with the Help of Image
Processing (Sponsored by Rainbow Electricals & Engineers,
Kolhapur, 2012-13).
l Close Loop Speed Control System for DC Drives
(Sponsored by HEM Electronics, Kupwad MIDC, Miraj)
l Current Injection kit (sponsored by Testing Division of
MSEB, Kolhapur)
lTo promote use of Renewable Energy, the department has
installed small wind solar system of 2KW and supply it to a
few laboratories.
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Two years accreditation is awarded by National Board of Accreditation (NBA).
The department got TCS accreditation in academic year 2010-11.
Received permanent affiliation status from Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
Total eleven students of department ranked in Shivaji University Merit List from year 2006-07 to 2012-13 including one gold
medalist in year 2012-13.
IT Department has Aakash Project Center in collaboration with IIT Bombay to test and enhance the use of tablets for teaching
learning process in classroom.
Competitive Exam Guidance Cell working for preparation of GATE, GRE, TOFEL examination
Information Technology department is working as a Remote Center for IIT Bombay for conducting ISTE workshops for
empowering teachers of engineering colleges under National Mission on Education using ICT (NME-ICT) of MHRD.
The IT Department has conducted 9 workshops in collaboration with IIT Bombay for faculty trainings funded by MHRD.
Organized First National Conference on Algorithms and Intelligent Systems (NCAIS) 2012 on 3-4 Feb 2012.
Started CSI Student, Pune Chapter to motivate professional activities in the department.
Objectives of the Programme
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provide students with a sound foundation in Information Technology theory and practices to analyse, formulate and
solve social and engineering problems.
g To develop knowledge amongst students to pursue successful career in IT industries as a software engineer, database
administrator, network administrator, IT Manager and system analyst.
g To provide an excellent environment for developing professional skills comprising ethical attitude, effective communication,
leadership and teamwork.
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Programmes Offered
Faculty Strength
Course Offered
U. G. Information Technology
Intake
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Professor
Associate professor
Assistant Professor
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Information Technology
IT Student Job Profile
List of Laboratories
l Software Engineer (Developer, Tester, Analyst, Architect,
Integrator, Designer, etc.)
l Database Administrator.
l IT Manager (Process, Project, Enterprise & Resource,
Information Services, Business)
l Network and Communication Engineer.
l Research Fellow.
l Education.
l Higher Studies.
l Software Engineering Laboratory
l Advance Development Tool Laboratory
l Programming Laboratory
l Internet Technology Laboratory
l Operating System Laboratory
l Electronics Laboratory
l Computational Laboratories 1, 2 and 3
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Persistent Systems Ltd.
- Webonise Lab Ltd.
- Zensar Technologies Ltd.
- L & T Infotech
- Mithi Software Pvt Ltd.
- Paramatrix Technologies Pvt Ltd.
- Quinnox Consultancy Services Ltd.
- TechMahindra
- Aetherit Software Solutions
- Acty System India Pvt Ltd.
- Universal Hunt (Pool)
- Syntrosys Ltd.
- Syntel Ltd.
- Barath Forge
Pune
Pune
Pune
Pune
Pune
Pune
Navi Mumbai
Pune
Mumbai
Pune
Mumbai
Pune
Mumbai
Mumbai
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EMC2 , Bangalore
TCS, Pune
GTT, Pune
Infosys , Pune.
l BlazeCLan Technologies
l Kahuna (3Di System),Pune
l Sunbeam C-DAC, Pune
Workshops/Conferences/Trainings Organized
l National level workshop on “Network Simulator 2”.
l Workshops on “Database Management”, “Computer
Programming”, “Computer Networking” , “Cyber Security”,
“Aakash for Education” , “Introduction to Research
Methodology”, were conducted by IIT Bombay under
National Mission
l “Aakash Android Application Programming for students”
workshop conducted by IIT Bombay for students.
l University level workshop on “Ethical Hacking & Cyber
Security” under CSI Student Chapter.
l Technical workshop on “Rudiments of PERL”
Industry Institute Interaction
List of Softwares
l Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Academic
l Red Hat Linux Enterprise Server Edition with Media CD
l Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2010 Academic
l Microsoft Visual Studio Professional MSDN Library
Academic
l Espoir Smart Interview Simulator CD with 10 Books
l Espoir Knowledge Based English Communication
Programme Smart English Through Technology & Science
l Seagate Crystal Report 2008
l Oracle 11G Standard 5 users license
l Campus Connect – Program by Infosys, Pune
l Industrial training to faculties
-Technofirst, Bangalore, Consistent System, Pune
- SEED Info Tech Ltd., Pune
Some Notable Industry Sponsored Projects
l“Decision support system on CRM using Data mining”
sponsored by Prism Information Technology Ltd., Pune
l“Sales app for Salesperson” sponsored by REDIVIVUS
Technologies Private Limited, Pune.
l“Android Based Virtual Classroom” sponsored by Seed
Infotech, Kolhapur.
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Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering is an engineering discipline that involves the application of principles of
analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. The present age demands
Mechanical Engineering specialists who have the capacity of adaptability and creativity in the new
technical areas. Mechanical Engineers should have knowledge not only in their own specialized fields
but also in wide interdisciplinary fields as well. To meet the above requirements Mechanical Engineering
department offers the UG course in Mechanical Engineering and post graduate courses in Design
Engineering, Production Engineering and CAD/CAM/CAE.
Rajarambapu Institute of Technology started offering undergraduate course in mechanical engineering
in 1987. The department is positioned as one of the leading department offering mechanical
engineering academic programmes. The department has good infrastructure and laboratory facilities
and well qualified and experienced faculty.
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CAD Training Programmes
Expert lectures by industry persons / renowned
academics.
Consultancy, testing and training.
Recognized research centre (Ph.D.) of Shivaji University,
Kolhapur.
Centre of Excellence in the area of Product Lifecycle
Management (PLM) in collaboration with Siemens Ltd,
Mumbai.
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Industrial visits / Project assignments for students.
CNC Training Programmes
Centre of Excellence in the area of Computer-AidedEngineering (CAE)in collaboration with Altair Engineering
Ltd., Bangalore.
The department has received more than Rs. 50 lakhs
fund for the development of laboratory & research
projects from various research funding agencies.
(AICTE, DST, FIST, MODROB)
Faculty Strength
Programmes Offered
Course Offered
B. Tech. Mechanical
M. Tech. Mechanical - Design
M. Tech. Mechanical - Production
M. Tech. CAD / CAM / CAE
Intake
120
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18
B.Tech. Mechanical
Professors
Associates Professors
Assistant Professors
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M.Tech. Design
Production and CAD/CAM/CAE
Four years undergraduate programme affiliated to Shivaji
University Kolhapur, reaccredited for 5 years in 2007 by NBA,
AICTE New Delhi.
Objectives of the Programme
Graduates will apply knowledge gained in engineering
and science to improve lives and livelihoods through a
successful career in Mechanical Engineering and other
related fields.
g Graduates will become innovators, entrepreneurs to
address social, technical and business challenges
g Graduates will engage in lifelong learning such as higher
studies, research and other continuous professional
development activities
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Scope of Employment in Various Organizations
A degree in Mechanical Engineering is ideal preparation for
career in wide range of exciting industries including
automotive, aerospace, bio-medical, chemical, computers,
electronics, manufacturing, power sector and in the areas of
research & development.
List of Softwares
l MMSC Adams
l CATIA V5 R15
l Hypermesh & LSDyna
l Altair Hyperworks Suit
l Automation Studio
l Solid Edge
l MSC Nastran & Patran
l Solid Works & Cosmos
l Matlab7.0
l ANSYS 10.0
l Unigraphics Nx4
l Siemens Team Centre-PLM
l Technomatrix
l Witness Process Modelling
Simulation and Optimization
The Department offers four semester M.E. program with
three specialisations. M.E. Design started in year 1996. The
programme is accredited for 3 years by NBA in the year
2009. M.E. Production started in year 2004. & M.E.
CAD/CAM/CAE started in 2009
Objectives of the Programme
Although students completing an undergraduate degree
in mechanical engineering are well prepared for a
rewarding an interesting career, there are further rewards
for the students who complete a postgraduate degree.
By having worked closely with professors who are at the
cutting edge of the new technologies, these students will
gain extra skills and deeper understanding that will lay
the foundation for a more exciting and rewarding career.
List of Laboratories
l CAD Centre
l Metrology & Quality Control
l Fluid Machines & Mechanics
l Theory of Machines
l Refrigeration & Air-conditioning
l Energy Engineering
l Measurement & Control
l Advanced Welding
l Mechatronics
l Metallurgy
l Noise & Vibration
l Heat Transfer
l Experimental Stress Analysis
l CAM Centre
l Ind. Hydraulics & Pneumatics Thermodynamics
l Applied Thermodynamics
l Workshop Ffacility
l Tribology Lab.
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Workshops/Conferences/Training Programs
Organized Recently
l Two day workshop on Recent trends in production
engineering for PG students.
l Two week ANSYS training for weak Post Graduate
students and faculty.
l TEQIP-II Sponsored Faculty Development Program on
Micro & Nano Technology.
l Two Week ISTE sponsored STTP on “Engineering
Thermodynamics”
l Two day workshop on Smart Material: Advanced
Research and Technology for PG students.
l Opportunities in Automobile Design Practices using
Cad & CAE.
l GATE Orientation Seminar for UG students.
Some Notable Industry Sponsored Projects
Our students completed sponsored projects in various
areas like nano fluids, solar energy, heat transfer, IC
engines, combustion studies, alternative fuels, CFD,
refrigeration and air conditioning, cryogenic systems,
gas turbines, finite element methods, fracture
mechanics, bearings, gears, design optimization, nondestructive evaluation methods, condition monitoring,
vibrations, nonlinear dynamics, acoustics, metrology,
tribology, fatigue, experimental stress analysis,
unconventional machining processes, statistical quality
control, metal cutting, CAM, Mechatronics etc.
Students completed sponsored projects in the
organizations like Gabriel India ltd. Pune, Bharath
Earthmovers Ltd., Kirloskar brothers Ltd., Spaco
Carburetors Pvt. Ltd., Automotive research association
of India, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., TATA Motors Ltd,
Manugraph India Ltd, Emerson Technologies Karad etc.
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- Cummins (I) Ltd.
- TAL Manufacturing Solutions Ltd.
- Kalyani Infotech
- Bharat Forge Ltd.
- Thyessen Krupp Industries India ltd.
- IVRCL Infrastructures & Projects Ltd.
- Forbes Marshall Ltd.
- Kirloskar group
- Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
- Transparent group of companies
- Prescient Technologies Ltd.
- Faurecia India Ltd.
- Jindal Steel Pvt. Ltd.
- Triveni Turbine Ltd.
- Apollo Tyres Ltd.
- Siemens India Ltd.
- Tata Consultancy Services
Pune
Chinchwad
Pune
Pune
Pune
Hydrabad
Pune
Pune
Mumbai
Pune
Pune
Pune
Bangalore
Delhi
Mumbai
Pune
Industry Institution Interaction (MOU)
l Institute has tie up with Bharat Forge Limited, Pune, a
leading MNC in forging which has initiated Talent
Pipeline Program to induct fresh engineering
graduates into workforce, in line with its vision to focus
on technology based innovations and building world
class manufacturing plants.
l Institute has signed up agreement with more than 30
industries & training services across the India to have a
joint collaboration for development of Industry &
Institute.
Mechanical Engineering
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Department of Sciences and Humanities
Faculty Strength
Professor
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor
List of Laboratories
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l Engineering Physics Laboratory
l Engineering Chemistry Laboratory
l English Language Laboratory
The department plays a major role in equipping F. Y. B. Tech.
students to take up their core programme education. The
activities like mock interviews, group discussions, oral
presentations help students to develop the soft skills. Miniprojects introduced in the First Year of engineering tap
students’ creativity and research attitude.
The role of education of basic sciences and humanities is of
utmost importance in engineering education. The disciplines
of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English comprise
this Department. The first year of engineering serves as
induction and foundation of the core engineering curricula
which students take on from second year of engineering.
Objectives of the Programme
A lot of apprehension is underlying the apparent enthusiasm
when an engineering student enters the campus. He finds
himself in an entirely new atmosphere undergoing quite a
different kind of education and learning experiences.
Looking at the transformation that students undergo after
their intermediate / XIIth, the Department focuses its efforts
on bridging the gap between their status and the required
competencies of an engineering student.
To provide strong foundation of basic sciences and
mathematics for the UG Programme in engineering.
g To cater to the needs of developing computational
abilities among students.
g To assist the students to develop the communication skills
necessary for a engineering graduate.
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Salient Features
l EWell-set laboratories with state of the art equipments.
l English Language Laboratory: an interactive multimedia
information tool to learn English with different utilitarian
aspects.
l A hi-tech instructional hall with video conferencing facility;
expert lectures from IIT Powai, webinars from IUCEE
scheduled round the year.
l Value added training provided in advanced softwares, like
CATIA, ANSYS, NISA, MATLAB, PRO-E, ADAMS, STRAP,
ARCHITECTURAL DESKTOP, STRUDS, MATHEMATICA,
ORACLE, AUTOCAD, UNIGRAPHICS NX4, LABVIEW, MSC
NASTRAN and PATRAN, HITOFFICE, IDL, MULTISIM
SOLIDWORKS and COSMOS, HYPERMESH and
LSDYNA, etc.
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Department of Management Studies
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100% Admission (120 Intake capacity).
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100% Placement Support.
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Approved, Qualified & Experienced Faculty (16 Faculty Member with 5 Ph.D).
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Permanent Affiliation by Shivaji University, Kolhapur.
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All Digitally Equipped Classrooms and Labs.
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Special Training & Placement Officer for MBA.
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Complete focus on Grooming, Interview Trainings & Placements.
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Faculty Strength
Programmes Offered
Course Offered
P. G. Master of Business Administration
Professor
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
Intake
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Management Studies
Objectives of MBA Department
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Develop expertise in applying business concepts in
identifying, formulating, analyzing and solving managerial
problems.
Gain significant exposure in managerial decision making
at individual, team and organizational contexts.
Develop an understanding of professional, ethical and
social issues suitable for participation and leadership in
their communities.
Demonstrate effective communication and ability to
integrate with people in business, family and social
environment to bring transformation.
Activities at Department
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We have designed MBA Curriculum, Teaching Methods,
SIP Process and Grooming Techniques of future managers.
We introduced MBA Foundation course for those who
have taken admission or willing to take admission. The
objective of this course is to get them acquainted with
fundamental knowledge of Finance and Accounting,
Quantitative Methods and English.
We introduced Agribusiness Management in Second
Semester and Agribusiness Management as
specialization in third Semester. The objective of this is to
understand Indian Agriculture and Agribusiness Scenario
which is backbone of our economy.
We designed our tutorial & practical system and
emphasized on developing writing and presentation skills.
We incorporated OJT (On the Job Training) in SIP
Process. The aim of “On the Job Training” concept is
have to have working with employees of the SIP Company
for 45 days and contribute like employees.
We launched three certificate courses in association with
Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD), New
Delhi.
We are starting Diploma in Taxation course from July 2014.
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VISION 2013 and INSPIRA 2014.
We organised third International Conference Feb
2014.Our students are participating in sports and winning
prize at University, State and National level.
We organised First Farmers Workshop2014 in
association with Rajarambapu Patil Sahakari Sakhar
Karkhana Limited in March 2014.
List of Companies Visiting Campus
- HDFC Bank
- Vodafone
- MR Informatics
- Pranav System Tech.
- Shipra Tech & Const Pvt. Ltd.
- Syntel Software Ltd.
- Rich Infra Real Estates
- NG Rathi
- Barspell Technology
- Krushitek Pvt. Ltd.
- SKP E-solution Pvt. Ltd.
- IIFL
- ICICI Securities
- Axis Securities
- Wonderbar Kids
- Club Mahindra
- Country Club
- Saibaba Sales Pvt. Ltd.
- ING Vyasy Bank
- Atilier Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
Organised Industrial Visit
1. Finolex Cables Pvt Ltd., Goa
2. Karnataka Soaps & Detergent Ltd.
3. Karnataka Silk Industries Corporation Ltd.
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RIT's networking with world's leading universities is a step forward to
become the leading private institute which will provide a world class
technical education to prepare students for global career.
RIT has signed MoU with
Purdue University, Indianopolis
UMass Lowell, Boston
Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI USA
University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Highlights of MoU
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Faculty (US) visit for a 1-3months to Indian Institutes to mentor , inspire the faculty
Indian faculty visit to US Universities to pursue research as part of PG program, Ph.D. or one year professional course
Tutored video instruction in VLSI and embedded system
One week course on research methodology, preparing research proposal
Cooperation in community development projects
Collaboration in Engineering Education and guidance for post doctoral programs
Summer training or small research projects for students in US universities
Develop and offer one month model for Industry experts to conduct class for students
Faculty Development through knowledge upgradation in areas like Nano technology
US undergraduates going to India for three months (one academic term)
Pursue Joint research in areas of mutual interest
Involve industries (Multinationals) in India for collaboration and interaction with the Institutes those which have tie up with US
universities.
13. UG programs like 3 + 1, 2 + 2 should work.
International Admissions
Eligibility for B. Tech.
Eligibility Criteria for Foreign National/Foreign student/ PIO/Children of Indian workers
in the Gulf countries/Children of NRI
l The eligibility of the candidates passing the HSC (Std. XII) equivalent examination from a school/college/Examination Board
situate outside India shall be further decided by the University Authorities to which the candidate is admitted. Hence such
candidates are advised to get their eligibility verified by the respective University Authorities before seeking admission to the
Engineering/Technology degree courses in the State of Maharashtra.
l The candidate belonging to this type is not required to appear for the MHT - CET 2012/AIEEE 2012.
Eligibility for M. Tech.
Eligibility Criteria for Foreign National/Foreign student/ PIO/Children of Indian workers in the Gulf countries/Children of NRI Any
person, who has passed the degree of Bachelor of Engineering of any recognized University as equivalent thereto, with minimum
of 50% marks in the final year, is eligible for admission to the appropriate M. Tech. course.
* For more details please visit our website www.ritindia.edu
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Research and Development
From past three to four years RIT is witnessing growth in Research and Development
activities. A dedicated R&D cell has been established to elevate the quality and
performance of Research activities in the Institute. In these years RIT has registered 22
patents, received research grant of Rs.1.5 Crore and three new products are in the final
stage of commercialization and published several hundred papers in International
journals.
Leadership in the 21st century will belong to those nations that can capitalize best on change and Science and Engineering. Research has
become the most powerful force for change in our society.
A strong Research capacity will also allow us to deal with a large variety of future challenges, whether national security threats, Disaster
management systems, Environmental problems, Public health emergencies, water crisis or crisis that we cannot yet predict. Solutions to
pressing problems will continue to emerge in unexpected ways from new knowledge.
Our capacity for problem solving and creative discovery will continue to be essential for keeping India in its world leadership position
economically and intellectually.
Our mission statement is – to encourage and advance research activities at RIT which would be timely, socially responsible and
trendsetting.
Our specific aims are
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To solve Industry’s technical problem, working together with company professionals to create new ideas and find value added
solutions which are only possible through industry-institute collaborations.
To create a teaching-cum-research environment which can enhance the learning process for students, development of Faculty
members and researchers through sponsored in house research funding projects helping them to become unique engineers who
have the ability to function in an ever changing international arena.
To provide support in preparing research proposals for private or government sponsorship.
To encourage students and faculty members for translating their innovative ideas into valuable patents and also helping them to
convert these patents into commercial products.
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Research and Development
Recognised Research Centre(s)
We have Ph.D. research centers recognised by Shivaji University ,Kolhapur.
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Electronics Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
About 25 research scholars have registered for their Ph.D.s in Electronics Engineering, 5 in Civil Engineering and 5 in Mechanical
Engineering through these research centers.
RIT has taken new research initiatives to stimulate research activities in the institute
lEncouragement and financial support to faculty and students for research projects.
lSeparate Intellectual Property cell to promote Patents and product commercialization activities.
lFaculty members are trained for writing winning proposals to attract research grant from various funding agencies.
lIdentification of new research areas and development of research laboratories.
lCollaborations with Industries for sponsored research projects.
Proposed Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurial development
Post liberalization, India has seen a rising level of interest in entrepreneurial and innovative ventures, particularly in technology related
fields. Keeping this in view, RIT is planning to initiate setting up of Technology Business Incubators (TBIs) to nourish and promote
these ventures through incubation. The process is aimed at enabling individual and group level technology ventures to contribute
towards wealth creation and new job creation in this region.
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Engineering solutions.
RIT is actively involved with NGOs, Premier institutions like IITs, R&D establishments and Industries to work on live problems in
order to develop suitable alternatives.
- One of our thrust area is Assistive technology development: RIT have undertaken research project jointly with Niramay
Rehabilitation and R&D centre, Solapur for development of Automated Physiotherapy platform for physically disabled
people. A joint patent has also been registered for this new concept.
- Another thrust area is Appropriate Technology development: RIT is developing mini sugarcane harvester very prestigious
research project sponsored by Rajarambapu sugar factory jointly with Kunal enterprises a neighbouring Industry as a
technology partner.RIT and Kunal Enterprises jointly registered Five patents for different innovative claims.
- Development of efficient turmeric processing plant to cater the requirement of local farmers by generating value added
engineering solutions. This contemporary design will help in improving energy efficiency of the system over the existing
one.
Post liberalization, India has seen a rising level of interest in entrepreneurial and innovative ventures, particularly in technology related
fields. Keeping this in view, the Government of India (GoI) has initiated setting up of Technology Business Incubators (TBIs) to nourish and
promote these ventures through incubation. The process is aimed at enabling individual and group level technology ventures to contribute
towards wealth creation and new job creation in their regions.
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The Training and Placement Cell at RIT plans and executes its activities which enables students to shape
a promising career. RIT can proudly claim to be successful in this endeavor. Thousands of its past
students represent in reputed organizations in India and abroad; hundreds are pursuing their higher
studies in IIT's, NIT's and foreign countries. The Training and Placement Cell of RIT focuses equally on
both training and placement of students. Following are some of the features the cell.
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Coaching sessions to prepare students for entrance examination like GATE, GRE & TOEFL
Training programmes to strengthen soft skills like communication skills, interpersonal skills, leadership skills and
social skills
Aptitude Tests, Group Discussions and personal interview practice rounds before campus interviews.
Good liaison of faculty members with various public/private sector organizations through regular visits.
Alumni support to enhance Industry-Institute Interaction Entrepreneurship awareness and development programs to
encourage self-employment
Training and Placement
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Industry - Institute Interaction
RIT has focused on Industry-Institute interaction from the beginning. Industry-Institute Interaction Cell has been designed to maintain
an excellent liaison and rapport with the industries. The efforts of the cell resulted into developing among industries a deep trust in the
institute as the generator of quality education. The activities of this kind are taken care by the cell at RIT.
The objective of this cell is “To reduce the gap between industry expectations and academic offerings by direct involvement of industries”
Some of the companies, where RIT`ians have been placed through campus interview
TCS
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Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co. Ltd.
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DAS Offshore Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
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Persistent Systems
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Faurecia
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Mindtree
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Bharat Forge Ltd.
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Zycus
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IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd.
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Indian Ar
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Zensar Technologies
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Aquatech Systems (Asia) Pvt. Ltd.
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HDFC ERGO General Insurance Company Ltd
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JSW Steel Ltd.
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Syntel Ltd.
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IBM
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Posco Maharashtra Steels Pvt. Ltd.
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Ixsight Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
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Webonise Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
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Shriram Transport Finance Co. Ltd.
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Lucas - TVS Ltd.
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Triveni Turbine Ltd.
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Bosch Ltd.
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Transparent Energy Systems Pvt. Ltd.
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OM Constructions Pvt. Ltd.
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Kirloskar Group
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Torrent Power
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Precision Automation & Robotics India Ltd.
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Krishna Constro -Projects Pvt. Ltd.
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Godrej India Ltd.
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Tech Mahindra Ltd.
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Wipro
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L&T Infotech
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Manthan Shipping Private Ltd.
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Bharat Electricals
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IGATE Patni
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Cooper Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
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Shivam Engineering Services
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Shinde Developers Pvt. Ltd.
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Karad Projects and Motors Ltd.
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Advanced Design Solutions
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Manugraph India Ltd.
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Manugraph India Ltd
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S. S. Patane & Associates
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B. G. Shirke Construction Tech. Pvt. Ltd.
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Name of the Company
City
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Zensar Technologies Limited,
Pune
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Mutha Group of Industries,
Satara
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TATA Motors,
Pune
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John Deere India Private Limited,
Pune
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Forbes Marshall,
Pune
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JCB India Limited,
Pune
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SoftTech Engineers Pvt. Ltd.,
Pune
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Infosys,
Bangalore
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Scope T&M Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai
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Library - A repository of knowledge
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Rich Collection: Over 70000+ Volumes of text and reference books.
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National and International journals, Magazines and Newspapers.
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All AICTE mandatory e-resources of engineering and management about 6670 full text and 17738 indexed e-journals.
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Computerized library management system with barcode enabled issue & return.
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OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) search facility
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Open Access to all students.
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Specious Reading hall facility having 150 seats.
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Separate digital library space with 50 computers to access e-resources.
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RIT Central Library will soon be housed in an independent, four-storied, air conditioned and Wi-Fi enabled building
with a carpet area of over 35,000 Sq. ft.
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Summer Project in IIT, Bombay
IIT Bombay is mentoring to Rajarambapu Institute of technology, Rajaramnagar in TEQIP projects. The four students from civil and one
student from electrical engineeringdepartment admitted to IIT Bombay for summer project in the months of May, June and July 2014.
The summer project was supported and funded by TEQIP. The project of “Environmental Services for Chikurde Village” was successfully
carried out by students from Civil Engineering Department under the guidance of Dr. Bakul Rao from CTARA, IIT Bombay and Prof. S. S.
Kumbhar from RIT. The student from electrical engineering department did “Study of Water Pumping and Effect of Over Quality Voltage
on Motors” project, under the guidance of Dr. Priya Jadhav from CTARA, IIT Bombay, and Prof. H T Jadhav from RIT.
Student Exchange Program (SEP)
Student Exchange Program(SEP) is not merely an exchange of students but that of Knowledge, Education Culture/System, Technology
and a sea size experience. It helps us to motivate and aspire ourselves for development of our own Institution and Community up to a
larger extent. It provides us a wonderful vision to develop ourselves within to know our true potential. It helps us to evaluate where we
stand, what are our Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.
SEP Objectives
1. Joyful learning should be at the core of program.
2. Quality of program has to be maintained at any cost.
3. Amenities (Training, Food and accommodation) offered to students should be of class arrangements.
4. All sessions should be interactive.
5. All students should get equal chance to express and experiment with themselves to understand their skills and potentials.
6. This program is organized by the students, for the students and for the benefit of future students.
7. Students from different institutions should form groups using social networking site and continue to work after the program.
Under this program RIT students visited to JRE Noida and Guru Nanak Institutions Hyderabad.
Infrastructure
Central Computing Facility - For Gen Next
The institute has well-established Central Computing Center, specially designed for students which is kept open during the
college hours. The center extends all support for computing services. The separate internet labs here are well equipped with
more than 130 computers, 3 servers, 2 modems, 1 router, 92 campus wide networking components. 33 licensed softwares
and allied equipments make it a resourceful node of service. The total investment of this center is more than one crore. The
center has developed various softwares to computerise all major services like admission, library, students records,
accounts, central stores and results analysis.
It also maintains Website Design & Development, Campus wide networking with Wi-Fi, 24/7, 20 mbps internet, hardware,
software maintenance and Face-ID system.
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Infrastructure
Conference Hall
Video Conference Hall
Institute set up a video conference hall in 2007 to fulfill the need of
multimedia distance interaction. This air conditioned hall has been
installed with video conferencing equipments like LCD screen,
LCD projector, Cordless audio system, Web Cam, and Interactive
White Board and Advanced DVD Player. All equipments are
controlled by Touch Panel. It is mostly used for various addresses
and expert lectures from IITs and industries.
A separate conference hall with a seating capacity of over 300
is being equipped with modern amenities as well as
multimedia movie projectors, PA systems to serve as a central
hub for various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities
organized round the year and also caters to various addresses,
technological presentations, conferences, workshops and
symposiums.
Lecture Rooms
This Institute has taken due care to make class-rooms the
platform of interactive, innovative and effective learning for
students. The Institute has well furnished lecture halls
equipped with state-of-art audio-visual equipment for
contemporary education. More emphasis is given on
interactive session between students and faculties/experts
through group discussions, seminars, etc.
Bank Facility
All banking needs of the student and staff-members are taken
care of by an extension counter of Rajarambapu Sakhari Bank
Ltd. Peth, Branch: Rajaramnagar, situated in the campus
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Central Workshop
RIT has a full-fledged workshop for hands on training to the next generation engineers that includes sophisticated M/C shop equipped with
52 lathes, all conventional machines, automats, CNC lathe, EDM advanced welding shop with TIG, MIG, submerged arc welding, plasma
cutting machines, sheet metal shop, fitting shop, smithy shop, welding shop, machine shop and foundry.
The CNC turn A-16 machine is installed to enable students to take training in CNC turning & milling as well as computer aided
manufacturing (CAM) Various softwares like Master CAM level II, MTS simulation, software for turning & milling available here add to the
competency level required by industry.
IUCEE Regional Center, Islampur
2008 shall be recorded as a notable year in history of Indian
technical education. Few Indian origin professors in US
Universities joined hands with top Indian academic administrators
and policy makers to transform the face of Indian technical
education under the banner of Indo-US Collaboration for
Engineering Education (IUCEE).
IUCEE, as an icebreaking activity organized a series of training
programs for engineering faculty at UG level entitled as Faculty
Leadership Institute (FLI 2008) and was organized at Infosys,
Mysore in June-July 2008. RIT sent 13 of its faculty for FLI 2008.
Because of efforts taken by them in doing the follow-up exercise of
what they learnt, IUCEE leaders identified RIT as a "Regional
Center" to promote its activities by various means. Because of this
initiative, RIT was given the responsibility of selecting faculty for
2009 FLI at Infosys, Mysore.
IUCEE Coordinator, Dr. Krishna Vedula arranged a visit of Indian
Educationalists to US Universities in November 2008. The prime
objective of this study tour was to explore the opportunities to
establish mutually rewarding relationships with Universities and
institutes in the areas of joint programme offers, faculty and
student exchange programmes, relevant research collaborations,
graduate and doctoral research programme offerings.
Mr. Bhagat Patil, Chairman, BOG; Principal Dr. Ms. S. S. Kulkarni
and Prof. M. T. Telsang were among the team of 22 delegates. The
delegation visited g University of Massachusetts Lowell, Boston
g Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston
g Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
g Purdue University, Indianapolis
g University of southern California, Los Angeles
g University of Washington, Seattle
This tour culminated in three MoUs of RIT with Purdue, UMass
Lowell (Boston) and Lawrence Technological University.
Webinars organized by IUCEE are excellent in all respect and the
fringe benefit to students, faculties, HOD’s and Deans. Because of
this, all faculties from RIT could able to interact with globally known
eminent personalities and they are well conversant with Outcome
Based Education (OBE) which is today’s prime requirement of
today’s education world.
CAD / CAM / CAE Centre
Centre is established by the institute under the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme of Ministry of Human Resource
Development, Government of India. The centre is established to conduct the skill based short term courses in the field of CAD/CAM/CAE,
Product Design & Development.
In order to survive in the today's competitive market entrepreneur need to ensure that their products get designed and manufactured in the
minimum possible time, and in the lowest possible cost, without compromising on the quality aspect. Therefore design, engineering and
production department must work together in an integrated fashion. The advent of CAD/CAM/CAE has paved the way for highly flexible,
accurate, fast and integrated approach for creating and manufacturing products and its components.
Major Software
Siemens Team Centre PLM
Siemens NX CAD
Siemens NX CAM Express
ANSYS
WITNESS Process Simulation
CATIA V5
Hyper Mesh
Hyper Works
AutoCAD
Siemens Techno matrix
Major Hardware
Server with Xeon processor
High end PC Terminals with TFT monitors
Generator for Uninterrupted power supply
Courses Offered
g Certificate course in Siemens Team centre PLM with Siemens Certification.
g Certificate course in Siemens NX CAD with Siemens Certification.
g Certificate course in Siemens CAM Express with Siemens Certification.
g Certificate course in Siemens NX CAD.
g Certificate course in CATIA V5 CAD.
g Certificate course in Siemens NX CAD + NX CAM
g Certificate course in Siemens NX CAD. + ANSYS CAE
g Certificate course in Siemens Auto CAD.
Quality Circles
Quality Circles have become a culture in the Institute. It has constantly supported our academic administration. R.I.T. is quite
consistent and committed in this regard as it is experiencing the results of its implementation from last fifteen years. The institute is
devising and implementing number of practices with an objective to empower academics and one of such Best Practices is
‘Quality Circles’ that is formed with faculty as its members. It started with activities like induction training of faculty and orientation of
freshers. It went modifying its form to strengthen academic process. RIT being an institutional member of the Quality Circle Forum
of India ( QCFI ), is known for its innovative ideas for quality circle activities in educational institute.
The institute has taken sincere efforts and proved over the years with the number of problems that are solved and the appreciation
it has received, that quality circle is equally good in education, though the benefits are not of monetary nature.
Recently, a quality circle of RIT received ‘Gold Medal Award’ for case study presentation at International Convention on Quality
Control Circles ( ICQCC) 2007 at Bejing, China.
The Quality Circle teams of R.I.T. have represented the institute twice at international level, four times at national level and five times
at state level conventions and bagged several awards at these conventions.
Student Counseling Cell
Objectives
Activities @ RIT
l To help the students to overcome examination stress or fear.
l To help the students facing depression caused by family problems, academic or any other problem.
l To help the students to make aware towards academic performance and motivate them to take part in various activities
conducted by the institute
l To increase the number of students completing the course in four years with good academic record
Organizing following Activities
1. Group Counseling.
2. Personal Counseling.
3. Parent meets.
4. Merit scholarship distribution to rankers.
5. Organizing workshops for improvement of students.
6. Conducting psychometric diagnostic test.
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Entrepreneurship Development Cell
Globalization of business and tremendous potential for growth in service sector has opened a new era of opportunities for young
technocrats, who are looking for opportunities to exploit their full potential by setting up their own ventures.
Objectives
Establish Entrepreneurship Cell which will include incubation centers for budding entrepreneurs.
Establish Business Information Process Cell.
To seek assistance from outside agencies & render the services to society to create self employment.
For conducting Entrepreneurship development activities effectively, Institute has signed MoU with Maharashtra Centre for
Entrepreneurship Development (MCED). Institute is associate life member of Small and Medium Enterprise Development centre
of India (SME). SME is conducting programmes every year at Mumbai central office. . Institute is also conducting programs in
entrepreneurship development in association with I CREATE INDIA.
Institute is associate life member of Jagtik Marathi chamber of Commerce and Industry. MCED has selected our Institute as an
authorized training Institute for imparting advance technical training for self employment generation.
A separate Entrepreneurship Library has been established under TEQIP Phase I with the help of EDI and MCED. Adequate
number of books related to identifying business opportunities, market survey, project report preparation, financial management
and technology are made available worth Rs. 85,000/- for budding engineering entrepreneurs.
Faculty development programme on entrepreneurship are organized regularly for staff.
Interaction with successful entrepreneurs ,EAC ,Motivational programs are arranged every year as per module designed .
Product Innovation & Development Centre - Students from any branch can work on their own ideas in order to develop their own
products. For this, facilities such as material, manufacturing facilities and CAD facilities are made available. This club is open for
students other than college time and on holidays also.
Institute has been selected under DST – NIMAT Project 2012 – 13 For conducting Programmes in ENTERPRENEURSHIP
DEVELOPMENT. Grants Rs. 1,45,000/- sanctioned.
Entrepreneurship Development Program was organized for 3 weeks in summer vacation as finishing school for 15 students who
opted their career as Entrepreneur.
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Activities @ RIT
QEEE Smart Class
The Committee for Quality Enhancement in Engineering Education (QEEE) under the chairmanship of Professor Ashok
Jhunjhunwala, IIT Madras, has been constituted by the Ministry of HRD with a mandate to bring about comprehensive reforms in
technical education. Under this, the Direct to Student program has been offered to utilize high quality pedagogical resources to
enhance learning in a wider student community. Integration of top quality resources in the form of instructors from IITs and
multimedia resources has been adopted. Our institute RIT was selected among 100 engineering college in India for QEEE pilot
program. QEEE smart class room with a capacity of 120 students has been established with ultra-modern infrastructure in the
institute. Ten QEEE live classes were conducted last semester through webinars by highly rated IIT Professors and it has been
continued for the subsequent semesters.
Monitoring Cell
RIT has a strong academic monitoring cell that looks after monthly review of the lectures / practicals planned and
conducted for every class. It ensures that parents receive the monthly attendance reports of their wards. This
makes it possible to take all necessary steps to correct the lags and loopholes in the fast progressing semester.
Our Alumni
RIT has strong alumni base with a wide spectrum of alumni placed in all areas of engineering from defense to
public ltd. companies and Government organisations to private companies. Our graduates and post-graduates
are performing well in multinational companies like Mercedes, Volksvagan, Dell, Infosys and and top Indian
companies like Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, L & T Infotech, Bajaj, Bharat Forge, Wipro, Syntel, Mytas,
Cammins Info Systems, and Nihilent. Some of them are working at research organisations like BARC, ARAI and
DRDO. Students of RIT have flown to USA, UK, Canada, Australia and Germany for higher education. These
alumni meet frequently at the forum of RIT Alumni Association.
SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)SAE India Students' Chapter, R.I.T.
SAE Collegiate Club, RIT, established in 2003 and inaugurated at the hands of Mr. R. P. Sharma, Director-Technical, M & M, Nasik is
one of the biggest and active club in Western India. It was established with following objectives:
g To make students pursue knowledge in ever widening sphere of automotive technology by providing them the
platform for technical discussions and deliberations.
g To make students aware of latest technological developments in the field of Automotive Engineering
g To introduce the students to latest research work being conducted in the field of Automotive Engineering
g To enhance engineering knowledge and skills in the students by encouraging them to participate in various Seminars,
Conferences, Project competitions etc.
Major activities at SAE RIT are,
Participation in BAJA SAE INDIA
'KHYMERA' - a two day University level and SAE Western Region student symposium.
Education tour at ARAI, Pune
Expert/ Guest lectures on various advanced topics of automotive engineering
Various competitions like Autosculptor, Reflechi etc.
Routine activities like Techno Club, Movie Club and GATE Club.
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RIT has identified various ways and means to shape a student to be a true professional, responsible Indian citizen. The objective of
these organizations is to equip students with various skills and capacities which would be supportive to the academic career
through co-curricular and extra curricular activities. The associations identify needs of students and plan their activities. Aptitude
tests, expert lectures by industry persons have helped students for career-building. The technical quizzes, poster presentations
awaken their potentials, trigger their thinking. Following are various students associations in the Institute.
Automobile Engineering Students Association (AESA)
Organized Fresher’s party for S.E. students at the start of semester.
g Celebration of ‘Teachers Day’ by conducting Lectures and Practicals of Automobile Engineering Department by final year
students followed by felicitation of Teachers of Automobile engineering Department.
g Celebration of Engineer’s Day on 15th Sept. 2013 by organizing Technical Idea presentation for Automobile Engineering
Students.
g Organized Western region and university level Student’s Technical Symposium “KHYMERA” in association with SAEINDIA on
20-21 Sept., 2013.
g “AUTO CUP- 14”, a cricket competition was organized on 22- 23 Feb., 2014.
g Awareness program called “Vote for INDIA” was organized for all first year students on 4th Feb. 2014.
g A program named “Interaction with Alumni” was organized during KHYMERA.
g Industrial visits for Third Year students to Hind Gears and Unique Automobiles, Kolhapur.
g Industrial Visit for Third and Final year Automobile Engineering Students to Asia’s biggest automotive show “Auto Expo-2014” at
Pragati Maidan, Delhi, on 1st to 12th Feb., 2014.
g AESA organized prize distribution ceremony for the Automobile Engineering students who got prizes in different activities to
encourage them on 3rd March 2014.
g AESA organized farewell party for final year students.
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Civil Engineering Students Association (CESA)
CSESA Computer Science & Engineering Students Association (CSESA)
Organised Paper Presentation Competition Second & Third Year Students
g Project Competition for Final Year Students
g Weekly Aptitude Test Series for all Students
g Weekly C-Programming contest for all students named as Programming Challenge
Electronics Engineering Student Association (EESA)
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Various committees working at different fronts like Cultural, Sports and Technical.
Emerging Leaders in Information Technology Engineering (ELITE)
Monthly news letter "InfoTech" started by the department to make society aware about latest updates in the IT field.
g Conducted one day Social activity “Let’s Know IT” for 10th, 11th and 12th standard students on 4th Oct 2013. The
main objective of this activity is to create awareness among High School and Junior college students about
Information Technology.
g Conducted “Swa-Yudh” one day department level event on 5th Oct 2013, where different Technical and non
Technical activities were conducted.
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Students' Organizations @ RIT
The association identifies needs of students and plan their activities, aptitude tests, expert lectures by industry persons have
helped students for career building. Following events were organized by students of Civil Engineering
g State Level Technical Event VAASTU
g Extension Lectures
g Industrial and Educational Visits
g Engineers Day and Teachers Day Sports
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Conducted one day program on Motivation towards carrier excellence by Dr. Madan Shinde 5th Sep 2013.
Conducted Fresher party on 17th Aug 2013.
Conducted Farewell party on 23rd April 2014.
Every year various awards are given to students under student association like “Best Outgoing Student” , “Best
Student of the Year”, “Best Programmer of the Year”, “Best Idea Register”.
Mechanical Engineering Student Association (MESA)
MESA is the student association of Mechanical Engineering Department. MESA is organizing various competitions, events,
guest lectures for the students to improve their knowledge, and competency skill. MESA motivate students to participate in
competitive events organized by various Institutes and engineering industries across the India. Various students of the
department have grabbed championship of engineering events organized by ASME, IITs, John Deere, and Siemens-PLM
with GTT full throttle etc.
The most remarkable achievement of Mechanical Engineering department is organization of TRAILBLAZER – An annual event.
The Trailblazer created a milestone in era of technical event by arranging the unique grand event KART –FORCE. This was
the unique event in Maharashtra taken by RAJARAMBAPU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.
Thus MESA provides opportunities to the students for their overall development.
MBA Department Student Association
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A Mega Intercollegiate Management Events “VISION 2013 & INSPIRA 2014”.
Launched Certificate Courses on “PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & COMMUNICATION SKILLS, TAXATION &
ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT”
Three Orientation Program for CET Online Exams & DTE Online Exams.
Career Guidance program “NEXT STEP – WE CARE FOR YOUR FUTURE”
One day Training Program on “BANKING APPLICATION”
One Day workshop on “Micro Analysis of financial statement - A Unique Workshop” by Mr. S. Chandrasekhar B-School &
Corporate Trainer, Managing Director, EmpoVer, HR Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore.
Guest lecture by Prof. Rudrappa. S. Ainapure (State Resource Person/ MSRLM/NRLM/ NIRD Hyderabad) on
Entrepreneurship as a Career.
One Guest lecture for Self Help Group of Women’s in Islampur.
One Day Workshop on Entrepreneurial Career Opportunities, by Mr. Devanand Londhe, Founder Payod Industry,
Hingangaon , Hatkanangale
Seminar on 'SHARE MARKET PROCEDURES AND PROTECTIONS' has been organized for MBA I & II year student.
Industrial Visit Organised to “FINOLEX CABLES, MYSORE SANDAL & MYSORE SILK”.
Launching of TWO PRODUCTS “JOY TILGUL & JOY BHADANG” by students of MBA I & II under “BEST PRACTICE ACTIVITY”
Two Week “FOUNDATION PROGRAMME” for MBA I fresher students.
Training on “CAREER GUIDANCE & INERVIEW TECHNIQUES” for MBA Students.
Preparation of “E-NEWS LETTER” by MBA STUDENTS with 45 pages of edition.
"BOOSTER GROUP ACTIVITY” by MBA Placement Cell to Groom the Students.
ISTE Students' Chapter
Students' Organizations @ RIT
The activities of Indian Society for Technical Education through Students' Chapter RIT motivate the students in direction of
technical excellence. It helps in enhancing professional ideals & standards in the students. It also becomes effective link
between institute and industry. The following activities of the chapter make it one of the liveliest clubs of RIT
g Celebration of Engineer's Day.
g University-Level Technical/Non-Technical event “Deja-Vu”.
g Debate Competition: “Clash of Titans”.
g Various programs under “Personality Development Club”.
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RIT- SPEED
(A Student Platform for Engineering Education and Development)
RIT SPEED is an official wing of Community & Social Responsibility (CSR). It is an integral part of IUCEE-SPEED, INDIA. Inspired by Vigyan
Ashram, PABAL, RIT SPEED provides platform with its numerous initiatives for the society to share their problems. Our students work
toward giving Engineering Solutions to these problems. RIT-SPEED is initiated, run and governed by the students. RIT SPEED has
launched its own website (www.ritspeed.org) to showcase the initiatives taken and to inform about upcoming events. Some of the notables
are:
g Reform Nations
g Smart Village
g Rajarambapu Software solutions
g Rajarambapu Complete Solutions
g Series of WORKSHOP (Indian Business Models, Redefining Final year Projects )
g Industrial visit
g Student Exchange Program(SEP)
g Community Radio Service (CRS)
RIT Renewable Energy Club
In order to create awareness about new and renewable sources of energy among students, in January 2006 RIT has opened Renewable
Energy Club under the guidelines provided by Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources. The club has been registered at Maharashtra
Energy Development Agency
Every year this club organizes events like seminars, workshops, expert lectures, poster and essay competition, and field visits to renewable
energy projects in the vicinity. Also the club is celebrating Rajiv Gandhi Akshay Urja Diwas on August 20th.
RIT Nature Club
With the objective to uphold interest about wildlife and the environment among students the club has been started in 2005. The club works
for creating awareness among students about scientific and economic values of nature. Students get opportunities to serve the objective
of protection and conservation of natural environment through various activities of the club like tree plantation, celebrating non-vehicle day
in the institute, trekking and PUC testing programs.
Club is the member of WWF. It is the largest eco club in WWF, Kolhapur Division. The club is celebrating World Environment Day on June 5th
every year.
Girl Students’ Development Cell
Girl Students' Development Cell
This cell cares for the specific needs of girl
students. An Indian woman proudly
distinguishes herself in her understanding of
living life, faiths and values. The cell has
successfully directed them. Despite the
programs like health counseling, lectures on
social justice to women, the cell has
presented some beautiful performance
through its popular feature “Shardanyas”.
Its objective is to inculcate and develop
various values, senses, capacities and skills
in girl students which shall add value to their
academic career.
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Students' Amenities @ RIT
RIT Hostel: A home away from home
One of the major concerns of parents about their wards
is the facilities of stay and food. RIT promises parental
care of boys and girls students residing in the hostel.
The boys' hostel accommodates 650 students,
whereas 250 girls students can be accommodated in
the girls hostel. Six spacious dinning halls in the hostels
ensure quality food and reverse osmosis system is
installed for drinking water. Hot water through solar
system is provided at every floor. Uninterrupted power
supply is provided with the help of generators. The antiragging committee has been established. Its regular
visits to the hostel ensure feeling of security among the
inmates. Also, we spare a separate hostel building for
the new entrants.
Girls' hostel offers some special facilities like cooking
gas and electric geezers. Hostel staff staying in each
hostel building helps to maintain study atmosphere in
the hostel campus. Health Care provided to all
students at all times. Dispensary in the campus looks
over the preliminary medical needs of the students. An
ambulance is always ready to meet any medical
emergency. Internet facility is available at all hostel
buildings. Beautiful lush green campus of hostel
makes students' every morning wishful and evenings
memorable.
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Students' Amenities @ RIT
Sports Facilities: Healthy minds in healthy bodies
RIT has been keen in providing students sufficient time and facilities for
sports and a Gymnasium, with indoor facilities. The Swasthya Sadhana
Mandir is equipped with the nine-station gym, vibrator rowing machine.
The facilities for indoor games like table-tennis, carom, and chess are
available here. Volley-Ball, Basket-Ball, Badminton courts, as well as
Cricket, Kho-Kho and Kabaddi, grounds make the gymkhana not less
than a sports complex. RIT shares the athletics track, food-ball &
hockey fields with its neighboring sports complex.
Steps are being taken for holding periodic events such as cricket
matches, badminton and table-tennis matches, chess and carom
competitions, volleyball championship, and aerobics & fitness training
camps.
Consumers’ Co-op. Stores
The RIT Students Consumers' Co-operative Stores caters to the needs
right from stationary and cutlery items to cosmetics and dress material
for uniform. Educational aids like calculators and drafters are made
available through an educational kit and loose as well. A student can
rely on this store for his every requirement. The freshers especially feel
relieved as they receive kits of bedding and educational aids.
Cafeteria
Adjacent to the gymkhana hall is the place that collegians love most.
The good Canteen facility is available to the students and staff
members of the Institute. RIT canteen offers meal and snacks at
subsidized rates.
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Cultural & Youth Programs
Cultural activities and youth programmes provide opportunities for the latent potentialities of the students to find an outlet in
joyous and constructive ways. The students participate in inter-college and inter-university cultural and literary competitions.
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A staff committee comprising of faculty members from all departments and student committee with over hundred
members.
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A popular feature "Virangula" - an annual cultural festival
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Several awards and prizes have been fetched by students in various festivals/contests
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"Vishwakarma" the annual magazine has nourished and promoted literacy and art talents in students.
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RIT Location
Jammu
Road Route
Rail Route
Air Route
Delhi
Agra
Mumbai
Pune
Kolhapur
Sangli / Miraj
Bangaluru
Lucknow
Jhansi
Patna
Ahmedabad
Bhopal
332
188
50
41
653
km.
km.
km.
km.
km.
Kolkota
Towards Pune
Bhusawal
Nagpur
Pethnaka
Mumbai
MAHARASHTRA
Pune
Solapur
Islampur
Sangli
Kolhapur
RIT
Islampur
NH 4
Miraj Junction
Ashta
Belgaum
Sangli
Towards Solapur
Goa
Bangaluru
Miraj
Towards Ratanagiri
Jaysingpur
NH
204
Hatkangale
Kolhapur
NH 4
Towards Bangluru
The institute is situated in Islampur town. is located on Pune - Kolhapur Highway.
It is 50 Kms. away from Kolhapur and 42 Kms. away from Sangli.
Islampur City is well connected by Rail and State Transport Service.
Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET)
Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) in partnership with Rajarambapu Institute of
Technology is publishing “The Journal of Engineering Education”, which was published by Prof. Ratnalikar
since 1985. Its new name will be “Journal of Engineering Education Transformations (JEET)” and will be an
avenue for engineering educators to showcase their transformational work as publications reviewed by
expert educators from across the world.
Editorial Board
Chief Editor
Krishna Vedula
Professor and Dean Emeritus of Engineering, University of Massachusetts
Lowell, USA Founder and Executive Director, Indo US Collaboration for
Engineering Education (IUCEE)
Editor
Sushma S Kulkarni
Director, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, India
Founder Editor
N. V. Ratnalikar
Founder, Engineering Education Foundation, India
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DTE Institute Codes for CAP Admissions
B.Tech. : EN 6214
M.Tech. : ME 6214
MBA
: MB 6214
Kasegaon Education Society's
RAJARAMBAPU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
An Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Rajaramnagar, Sakharale, Islampur, Tal.: Walwa.
Dist.: Sangli, Maharashtra 415 414, India
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