JSPM Narhe Technical Campus, Narhe, Pune

S No 12-1-2 and 12-2-2 Narhe, Taluka- Haveli, Near Sanas Crane, Pune-Bangalore Highway, Pune, Maharashtra 411041
Landmark: Navale Bridge, Behind Swami-narayan Temple Narhe
Approved By AICTE & Affiliated To Savitribai Phule Pune University. Institute Code : 6755
ACCREDITED BY NAAC

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The Department of Computer Engineering at JSPMNTC is dedicated to providing students with high-quality education in a variety of subject areas based on their preferences, as well as to building first-rate academic facilities and infrastructure.

Established in 2012, JSPMNTC’s Computer Engineering Department offers AICTE-approved, NAAC-accredited UG and PG programs, with 120 intakes from 2024, The department are a member of the Computer Society of India (CSI) professional society.

The department features state-of-the-art classrooms with smart technology and fully functional and well-equipped laboratories supervised by experienced, qualified staff. In order to encourage "Project Based Learning" in students, the department has created a number of training programmes and innovative laboratories.

Many of this department's graduates are holding prominent roles in a variety of companies, including Infosys, Persistent, Tech Mahindra, Accenture, and Congnizant.

MOUs can provide students with practical skills by bridging the knowledge gap between classroom instruction and industry expectations in the real world.
Our goal is to give our students an exceptional educational experience that will equip them for the greatest levels of professional and personal achievement. 

“Excellence in engineering education isn’t just our claim; it’s our commitment to every student.”

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Prof. Shruti. P. Naik

Head of Department

M.Tech in CSE, Ph.d(Pursuing)
head_comp@jspmntc.edu.in

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Dr. Sulochana Sonkamble

Professor

PhD-Computer Science & Engineering
sonkamblesulochana@gmail.com

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Prof. Mahadevi S. Namose

Assistant Professor

M.E, Ph.d(Pursuing)
mahadevi.sggs@gmail.com

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Prof. Meera.s. Sawalkar

Assistant Professor

M.E, Ph.d(Pursuing)
meera.ggk@gmail.com

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Prof. Ulka Bansode

Assistant Professor

M.Tech
ulka.bansode99@gmail.com

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Prof. Priyanka R. Balage

Assistant Professor

M.Tech
priyanka.balage.jspm@gmail.com

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Prof. Nishanthi C. Naidu

Assistant Professor

M.E
ncnaidu.jspm@gmail.com

Vision

To be a preferred destination for computer engineering education.

Mission

M1: To provide high quality education and to nurture the students all around.
M2: To produce sound technocrats who can deal with the global challenges and leads to the positive solutions.
M3: To Produce a good human being having high social, ethical and moral values.

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Self - Learning laboratory.

Engineering graduates are expected to be employable and ready with a balance of technical knowledge in addition to the relevant sk ...

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Project Laboratory

Main objective of Project Lab is to provide platform to student for developing their innovative ideas. Software Modeling, Design a ...

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Micro Embedded Laboratory

One of the Extreme Laboratory in our department which collaborating with well know industries like Micro-embedded Technologies and ...

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Programming Laboratary - II

Programming laboratory - II focuses on state of art of software and programming module development using native programming Langua ...

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PEO1 Able to contribute for effective and efficient working of organization on basis of competency and skills gained during course of study.

PEO2 Able to work in interdisciplinary team and subsequently lead it, following ethical and legal values to fulfill societal needs.

PEO3 Able to adopt contemporary tools and techniques for research based activities.

1. SE Computer Course Outcomes

2. TE Computer Course Outcomes

3. BE Computer Course Outcomes

4. ME Computer Course Outcomes

PSO1 An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems.

PSO2 An ability to develop advance tools for software testing.

PSO3 An ability to use various approaches, skills and tools to secure the cyberspace.

PO1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complete engineering problem.

PO2 Problem analysis: identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problem reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural science, and engineering sciences.

PO3 Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system component and processes that meet the specified need with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5 Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

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

PO7 Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commits to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentations, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO11 Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environment.

PO12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

The Students' Association is dedicated to the growth and continuance of student services and cultural enrichment on campus. The Students' Association Executive consists of democratically elected President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and other committee members. The Executive is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Association.

The purpose computer engineering students association at the College of JSPM NTC is to provide a structure through which students may exercise their right to freely associate in pursuit of a common purpose or goal that enhances community at JSPM NTC. ACES create opportunities for leadership development, learning, student engagement, and fostering of shared interests.
Create, organize, promote and enrich the social, cultural, recreational, educational programs, services and environment for students of the College of the Rockies.
Develop a sense of community among students and other groups within the Department.
Promote and represent students' issues and interest in relation to the Department

If you’re an organizer or officer of your association, you will develop lots of experience and expertise in event planning and organization.
Even if you aren’t an active member of a student association with an administrative position, you will demonstrate a number of qualities simply by becoming a member.
You will be a team player who is able to show commitment to fellow members of the association.
by succeeding in your academic work alongside your participation in a association, you will demonstrate time management skills and come across as a well-rounded individual.

POST YEAR NAME
PRESIDENT B.E PRATIK BARAVKAR
VICE-PRESIDENT T.E PRATIK GOLE
SECRETORY B.E ROHAN YADAV
TREASURER B.E PRATIK BADGIRE

ASSI.TREASURER

T.E NIRANJAN MANDHARE
T.E VAISHNAVI JADHAV
S.E ANMITA KOLHE
CULTURAL B.E PAYAL GAIKWAD

SECRETORY

T.E KARISHMA BANSODE
T.E ATHARVA MORE
S.E KUNAL JADHAV

CORE REPRESENTATIVE

B.E NILESH RAJPUT
B.E DISHA PATIL
T.E GAURAV PANDIT
T.E KIRAN PAWAR
S.E VIGHNESH BRAMHE

LADIES REPRESENTATIVE

B.E ADITEE KHEDEKAR
T.E GAYTRI JOSHI
S.E NAMRATA SANCHETI

BOYS REPRESENTATIVE

B.E ROHAN JADHAV
T.E ASHISH DAREKAR
S.E RUTURAJ HAGAVANE

SPORTS SECRETORY

B.E PRATIK SHINDE
T.E VISHWAJIT JADHAV
S.E VIVEK DESALE
S.E AYUSH MORE

TECHNICAL TEAM

B.E DARSHAN JAIN
B.E KUNAL LAGAD
T.E PRATHMESH PIMPLE
S.E MRUNAL PATIL
S.E SUJAL BANGALE
S.E SUJAL BANGALE

SOCIAL MEDIA & MARKETING

B.E TANVI PANHALE
T.E MANAV JAGTAP
S.E ABHISHEK LONDHE
S.E SHRUTIK SAWADE
S.E VEDANT KUDKE
S.E TUSHAR RATHOD

MAGZINES

T.E PRACHI INGAWALE
T.E VAISHNAV CHARDE
S.E SANMATI TIGHADE
INDUSTRIAL VISIT S.E RUTURAJ HAGAWANE
Sr.No Event Name Date
1 Students visit to MSEB 24-7-2023
2 Students visit to cyber crime helpline LLP INDUSTRY visit 28-7-2023
3 Meri mati mera desh 11-8-2023
4 Industrial visit to I-Medita,Baner pune 18-08-2023
5 Session on how to crack gate exams 24-08-2023
6 Lecture on corporate training 28-08-2023
7 ACES Inauguration and SE Orientation 11-9-2023
8 Engineers day 16-09-2023
9 JSPM NTC Networking facility and setup 17-10-2023
10 Awareness of ethical hacking 19-10-2023
Sr.No Event Name Date
1 Hands on python programing bootcamp 28-7-2022
2 Career guidance on GATE Prepration and government opportunities 25-08-2022
3 Selection and Inauguration of ACES 26-8-2022
4 JSPM NTC Networking facility and setup 27-09-2022
5 Teachers day celebration 28-9-2022
6 Mock interview of second year students 15-12-2022
7 Team building with secret santa 21-12-2022
8 Lecture on internship opportunities 20-1-2023
9 Techno vision battle in style 28-2-2023
10 Lecture on serverless computing 17-3-2023
11 Session on opportunities in higher education 21-3-2023
12 Session on opportunities in higher education 24-3-2023
13 Training program by fuel academy 06-04-2023
14 Training program on soft skills 25-4-2023
15 Invitation on workshop 8-5-2023
16 Web technology workshop on webservices 15-5-2023
SR.NO. PARTICULAR’S EXPECTED DATE
1 Technical Test 13th July 2018
2 Social Responsibility Activity (SRA) by Dept. of Computer Engineering 24th Aug 2017
3 Teacher’s Day 5th sept 2018
4 Engineer’s Day 15th sept 2018
5 Technical Test 5th Feb 2019
6 Yoga and Meditation Chapter 5th Feb 2019
7 Visit to Matoshri Vruddhashram 28th Feb 2019
8 Farewell 9thApril 2018
SR.NO. ACTIVITY NAME DATE
1 IoT Club Inauguration 4-07-2017
2 Foreign Language Club Inauguration l 7-07-2017
3 Teacher’s Day 6-09-2017
4 Engineer’s Day 15-09-2017
5 Coding Contest Club Inauguration 13/02/2018
6 Topper Appreciation 1-3-2018
7 Second year student Appriciation Function 29-03-2018
8 BE Farewell Function 4-4-2018