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To build and ensure quality culture at the institute

Systematic efforts and measures towards Academic Excellence of the Institute

The primary aim of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution

We are committed to impart value based quality education to maximize student satisfaction keeping in mind global trends and needs of the industry and society in a rapidly changing environment.


Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the institution
Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education Organization of workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles Acting as a nodal agency of the institution for quality-related activities

Salient features of institutional quality policy are:

1. Student centric teaching-learning process.
2. Faculty is encouraged and enabled to upgrade continuously academic skills.
3. Self-learning and research laboratories.
4. Mapping educational policies to global needs.
5. Promoting research culture amongst students and faculty.
6. All round development of students through sports and cultural activities.
7. Regular interaction with industries to understand corporate culture and set standards for employability.
8. Need based training programs for needy students.
9. To motivate and support budging employers to set up the start up.

Role IQAC Members:

1. The quality policy of the Institute is framed and monitored periodically.
2. An action plan is to be prepared collectively by the Principal and the Heads of Departments for implementing the quality policy.
3. Random auditing of each program and of all cells to be conducted periodically.
Specific roles are assigned to various faculty members according to the act.
4. Committees are formed to take decisions, provision of budget and to review the implementation process.
5. Management encourages a healthy, participative and transparent environment needed for quality education.
6. Meetings are conducted for the review of action plan and major policy decisions.
7. Principal is authorized to form different cells for smooth working of the Institute to implement its quality policy and plans

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Dr. G.A. Hinge Chairman and Principal
2 Prof. A. P. Khatri Director / IQAC Co-ordinator
3 Prof. G. T. Sawant LMC Member
4 Prof. R. P. Kelapure Senior Faculty
5 Dr. A. D. Dhanawade Senior Faculty
6 Prof. A. D. Gujar Senior Faculty
7 Prof. A. N. Kshirsagar Senior Faculty
8 Prof. V. S. Dhote Senior Faculty
9 Prof. S.B.Patil Senior Faculty
10 Ms. Sonali Patil Student Member
11 Mr. Kunal Dhende Student Member
12 Mr. Prasad Kulkarni AlumniMember
13 Mr. Irfan Pathan Alumni Member
14 Mr. Tushar Jinturkar Industry Member
15 Mr. Ravindra Joshi Industry Member

To create awareness of the Women Right’s, counselling and redressal centre for the women in the campus where they achieve excellence in their field without any gender bias and discrimination.

To provide a neutral, confidential and supportive environment for members of the campus community by conducting counseling sessions, awareness programmes and workshops.

1. To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.
2. To equip the female students, faculty and staff members with knowledge of their legal rights.
3. To safeguard the rights of female students, faculty and staff members.
4. To provide a platform for listening to complaints and redressal of grievances.
5. To incorporate hygiene habits and ensure a healthy atmosphere in and around the campus.
6. To prevent sexual harassment and to promote general well-being of female students, teaching and non teaching women staff of the TSSM’S BSCOER campus

1. Women Grievance cell formation should be done by selecting one women faculty from all departments and one from admin.
2. Cell in charge should arrange the meeting with committee members twice in the semester.
3. Women grievance cell member will handle the department grievance problem and will forward to the cell in-charge.
4. Any aggrieved woman can file complaint in writing, to the WGC, within a period 3 months from the date of incident (sexual harassment at work place).
5. If she is unable to make a complaint in writing, the WGC will provide all possible assistance to her for making the complaint in writing.
6. If the WGC is satisfied that the circumstances were such, which prevented the woman from filing a complaint within a period of 3 months, it may extend the time limit not exceeding three months.
7. The complainant needs to submit six copies of the complaint along with the supporting documents and names and addresses of the witnesses to the WGC.
8. On receipt of the complaint, the Committee will send one of the copies to the respondent within a period of seven working days and ask the respondent to file his reply to the complaint along with his list of documents and names and addresses of witnesses, within a period not exceeding ten working days from the date of receipt of the complaint by him.
9. Legal practitioner is not allowed to represent the case at any stage of the proceedings before the Committee.
10.Complain redressalshould be done before one month from the date of complain submitted.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. K.S. Vaidya  (I/C) ( E &TC) Incharge
2 Ms. N.S. Sable Admin Office
3 Prof. P.C. Kaware ( E &TC) Member
4 Prof. S. M. Shah (Mechanical) Member
5 Prof. S.V.Ingale (Computer) Member
6 Prof. Bedi V.M (Civil) Member
7 Prof. Deode R. K. ( E&TC) Member
8 Prof. Shinde P.S. (Electrical) Member
9 Samrudhi Ugale (Computer) Student
10 Reshama Malvade (E&TC) Student

Dear All,
National Service Scheme (NSS) unit in the Institute is approved by Savitribai phule university. National Service Scheme (NSS) has been playing a vital role in enriching the souls and minds of the students of the Institute. The overall objective of this scheme is Education and Service to the community and by the community. It is a programme for students to cater to the needs of the community, as and when required. It helps the students to communicate with the society to understand the social issues. The students joining this scheme develop many behavioral interactive skills. They visit the rural areas as NSS volunteers during the camps organized by the Institute. The NSS volunteers take initiative in developing a Technocratic Environment and also help the underprivileged people to develop themselves. The scheme promotes the ability of the students to understand the societal issues in a better way so that they get opportunity to apply the technical knowledge being acquired during their study. Thus the ultimate goal of the scheme is to strive to inculcate the bond of patriotism, national integration, brotherhood, communal harmony among the Students. This unit functions as per the guidelines of SPPU and organizes various events and activities which address the cross cutting issues relevant to Gender, Environment and Sustainability, Human values.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. N.N. More (I/C) Incharge
2 Prof. V.N.Nayakwadi Member
3 Prof. D.D.Barale Member
4 Prof. T.T. Bellundagi. Member
5 Prof. A.N.Kshirsagr Member

To prepare the students to be technically sound, robust and morally responsible citizen.

1) To ensure that 100% students should be technically sound and fit.
2) To strengthen the teaching and learning process.
3) To focus on all round development of the students.

1. To ensure academic accountability.
2. To define quality of each component of the functionalities and to ensure quality of technical education throughout the system.
3. To safeguard functionalities of technical education.
4. To define effectiveness of teaching–learning process and to devise methodology to confirm maximum output from faculty members as well as students.
5. Identify the processes and procedures used by departments for quality assurance and enhancement in each of the focus areas
6. Appraise the adequacy and effectiveness of the quality assurance processes and procedures.
7. Make appropriate recommendations for continuous improvement of the processes and procedures used for quality assurance and enhancement.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. R.N. Pote (Mechanical) Incharge
2 Prof. A.D.Nimkarde (E&TC) Member
3 Prof. M.K. Kodmelwar (Computer) Member
4 Prof. R.G. Gore (Mechanical) Member
5 Prof. J.J. Inamdar (Electrical) Member
6 Prof. Ms. R.S. Kognole (Civil) Member
7 Prof.Ms.N.A.Gore (F.E) Member

SC/ST/OBC Cell has been constituted in the Institute to resolve all the affairs and problems related to the SC/ST/OBC Officers, Employees, and Students of the Institute.

1. To circulate State Government and University Grants Commission’s decision regarding course wise admission to the students belonging to Schedule caste and schedule Tribes.
2. To provide the guidance about the improvisation of communication skills, and personality development of the students by identifying the industrial needs.
3. To deal with representations received from SC/ST/OBC candidate regarding their admissions, recruitment, promotions and other matter in college.
4. To monitor the working of remedial coaching scheme if approved in the institute.
5. To implement, monitor and evaluate continuously the reservation policy in the Colleges and plan measures for effective implementation of the policy and programme of the Government and UGC.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Dr. G. A. Hinge (Principal) Chairman
2 Prof. D. D. Sarpate (E&TC) Coordinator
3 Prof. K. S. Vaidya (E&TC) Member
4 Prof .R. A. Kale (Mechanical) Member
5 Mr. N. A. Kamble (Non-Teaching) Member
6 Ms. B.S. Kamble (Student-Computer) Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. V.V Ankolekar Incharge
2 Prof. Dr.P.M.Patil Member
3 Prof. Dr. J.G.Agrawal Member
4 Prof. S.M.Chaudhari Member
5 Prof. S.V. Pawar Member
6 Prof.N.P.Khatmode Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. Dr. G. A. Hinge Appellate officer
2 Prof. S. R. Thite Information officer
3 Mrs. N. S. Sabale Asst. Information officer

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Dr.G.A.Hinge Chairman
2 Shri. N.M Nagargoje. Police Inspector
3 Shri. Kalyan Avtade Reporter, Lokmat News Paper, Pune
4 Prof. A.P.Kinge Student Welfare Officer
5 Prof. N.N.Morey Member
6 Prof. S.S. Kulkarni Member
7 Prof. D.D.Sarpate Member
8 Prof. D.S.Sargar Member
9 Prof. M.J.Gaikwad Member
10 Prof. Y.W. Shelar Member
11 Ms. N.S. Sable Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. N.N Morey Incharge
2 Prof. N.B. Pokale Member
3 Prof. S.B.Patil Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. A.P. Khangan (I/C) Incharge
2 Prof. S.D.Patil Member
3 Prof. S.G.Shete. Member
4 Prof. M.J.Gaikwad Member
5 Prof. P.S. Karande Member
6 Prof. V.A. Gajdhane Member
7 Prof. S. B. Patil Member

Ever maintained resources for effective and efficient delivery of academics.

To ensure timely availability of resources in expected conditions for carrying out desired academic activities through effective and efficient maintenance practices.

1. Provide a reliable and secure infrastructure.
2. Identify methods and practices to better manage network infrastructure.
3. Develop a student support system for distance learning, including readiness assessment, training, and technical support.
4. Ensure that an appropriate array of enterprise services is provided for departments, faculty, staff, and students to enable effective communication, broad collaboration, and timely access to information.
5. The ready access to computers and relevant course matter will benefit students in their future job search.
6.To help students to prove and confirm for themselves through experiments, what they learn in the classroom.

1. Infrastructure must be as per the norms and guidelines given by AICTE for TechnicalInstitutions.
2. Maintenance of all the equipment must be carried out as per the guidelines given byIQAC(Internal Quality Assurance Cell).
3. Every equipment must undergo preventive maintenance as per requirement. The recordsof the same must be maintained.
4. All the equipment must be tested for performance on daily/weekly/monthly as perrequirement for accurate working.
5. In case of failure of any equipment, a report of the failure must be submitted to the Head of the Department by laboratory assistant stating cause and effect.
6. Maintenance requirement must be sent to Principal through the department attaching quotations(This may include service charges from external technician or brought out components).
7. The maintenance requirement must be approved from the corporate office on emergentbasis.
8. Monthly status of maintenance must be kept and uploaded on Moodle in first week ofevery month.
9. We identify and justify the need for procurement of new equipment’s (software, hardware, etc.). The requirement is then forwarded to Head of the Department (HOD) for further process. HOD will call for the quotations from various vendors and prepare comparative chart. One of the best quotation will be forwarded to Head of the Institute & same will be forwarded to corporate office for necessary approval. Subsequently purchase order (PO) will be placed by Campus Office/Institute. The procurement of equipment and installation report will be prepared and record is maintained.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. S.B. Karale (Computer) Incharge
2 Prof. S.D.Patil (Civil) Member
3 Prof.S.G. Shete (Electrical) Member
4 Prof.A.N. Kshirsagar (E &TC) Member
5 Prof. S.S. Kulkarni (Mechanical) Member
6 Prof.S.M. Kokate (FE) Member
7 Mr. U.G. Gajare (Computer) Member
8 Mr. Deepak Mane (Computer) Member
9 Mr.N.A. Kamble (Electrical) Member
10 Mr.Ajay Shinde (Mechanical) Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. A.R. Vasatkar (I/C) Incharge
2 Prof. D.S. Sargar member
3 Prof. R.B.Bhosale member
4 Prof. B.K. Navle member
5 Prof. L.M.Bharate member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. A.P. Kinge Incharge
2 Prof. A.D. Nimkarde member
3 Prof. S.M. Chaudhari member
4 Prof. M.M. Bhagatkar member
5 Prof. G. B. Chandrabansi member
6 Prof. S. S. Kunte member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. M.K. Mokashi incharge
2 Prof. K. U. Gandhare member
3 Prof. B.K. Nawale member
4 Prof. A.Y. Balande member
5 Prof. P.S. Shinde member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. D.A. Kulkarni incharge
2 Prof. R.B. Bhosale member
3 Prof. A.E. Shivdas member
4 Prof. A.P. Khatri member
5 Prof. V. A. Gajdhane member
6 Prof. D.A. Gondkar member
7 Prof. P.P. Bhale member

Bridge the gap between aspiring graduates and opportunities.

To impart additional training to act as link between institute and industry for facilitating placement activities.

1. To provide career related support to the students.
2. To emphasis on training the students on various employability skills and provide placement in various industries/organizations by organizing campus drives in and outside the institute.
3. To give feedback to the departments about industry/society needs.
4. To get accredited by various industries /organizations.

1. At the beginning of the academic calendar, students will be subjected to aptitude tests or counseled to chalk out their career plan- whether to pursue higher education or to seek an employment.
2. The students who wish to apply for employment are required to submit their data to the Training and Placement Coordinators of their departments before the specified deadline. No late entries will be entertained under any circumstances. It is obligatory on the part of these students to attend the interviews.
3. The Training and Placement Office will provide opportunities to all its registered students to secure one job at the first instance, and pursues a policy of one student- one job till at least 50/70/80% (depending upon the discipline) of the students in a particular branch/discipline get a job.
4. Once 50-80% of the class gets one job, the students already having a job will be eligible to apply for another job. A student who has obtained a second job in this fashion will not be allowed to appear for any more interviews.
5. After all the students of a department have secured at least one job; all of them will be allowed to apply for all subsequent jobs (subject to securing a maximum of two jobs).
6. If a student is offered a second job, he/she must give a letter of regret to the company, which offered the first job and a letter of acceptance to the second.
8. After accepting a job offer, if any student decides to withdraw his/her acceptance any time during the year, he/she must inform the company concerned through the Training and Placement Office immediately.
9. The students selected through campus interview will complete all the necessary formalities (e.g. medical test) asked by the employer and will join the organization within stipulated time frame. He/ she will keep the T & P Cell / Department coordinator update regarding his/ her progress in the Company. T & P Cell, in turn, will obtain regular feedback from the employer regarding the performance of selected students. As a matter of policy, the selected students will work as per terms and condition of the respective Organization.
10. Student withdrawing after being shortlisted by a company without informing T&P at any stage will be debarred from participating in recruitment process and T&P registration stand cancelled automatically.
11. Students are not allowed to use mobile phones in the vicinity of a company official and also are forbidden to carry the question paper out of the examination hall after the written exam.
12. No student will directly contact any company official for any purpose. This includes forwarding of resumes for consideration, opportunities of Internships/Dissertations etc. All communication should be channelized through Placement Representative of Training and Placement Cell.
13. Each student should join the online group of their respective department which will be handled by their respective Placement Representative. Students are also advised to keep a watch on the Mails and the Official Facebook group for updates.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Ms. P.L. Chaudhari (TPO) Incharge
2 Prof. S.A. Pawar (Computer) Member
3 Prof. G.R. Padamwar (Mechanical ) Member
4 Prof. R.S. Ambekar (Civil) Member
5 Prof. D.S. Sargar (Electrical) Member
6 Prof. P.C. Kaware (E & TC) Member

To produce an environment which is conductive for the students to transform while learning and growing through quality education and training

Enhancement and upgrading students skills and strive for excellence through implementation of skill development initiative programs.

i) Facilitate students to understand their latent skill.
ii) Align the skill of students with the career of their choice

i) Training should beplanned by taking requirements, needs of industry.
ii) After getting requirements from industry same things should be discussed with students and their capabilities need to be considered.
iii) For identifying this regular interaction with students, industry person should be there by Faculty, TPCs, HOD, TPO, and Principal.
iv) Minimum 1 meeting shall be taken at the start of the semester.

i) To implement the training for technical knowledge and industry required skills for students and their engineering projects
ii) Organizing workshops, conferences with joint participation of faculty and the industries.
iii) Participation of experts from industry in academic activities.
iv) To guide students and train them to face interviews in the industry.
v) To arrange different soft skill sessions by experts.
vi) Arranging visits of staff members to various industries.
vii) Visits of faculty to industry for study and identifying skill sets required for getting job in particular industry.
viii) Seminars on Technical topics, Skill Development as perIndustry requirements.
ix) Career Guidance and motivational seminar for unplaced students.
x) Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) between industry and training institute to bring the two sides strategically closure.
xi) Short term assignment to faculty members in industries.
xii) Motivating students for attending internship program after completion of semester in different industries.
xiii) Professional chair sponsored by industries at the institute.
xiv) Laboratories sponsored by industries at the institute.
xv) Practical training of students in industries.
xvi) Ensure data up dating on website.
xvii) Formulate department wise activity plan for semester.
xvii) Maintain MOM.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. G.R. Padamwar (I/C) Assist. TPO
2 Ms. Y.A. Todkar Counselor
3 Mr. N.S. Juvekar Trainer
4 Prof. S.A. Pawar (Computer) Member
5 Prof. S.B.Karale (Computer) Member
6 Prof. V.V.Mahindarkar (Mechanical) Member
7 Prof. P.S.Karande (Mechanical) Member
8 Prof. R.S.Ambekar (Civil) Member
9 Prof. S.D.Patil (Civil) Member
10 Prof. D.S. Sargar (Electrical) Member
11 Prof. P.S.Shinde (Electrical) Member
12 Prof. P.C. Kaware (E & TC) Member
13 Prof. B.K.Nawale (E & TC) Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. D.D. Sarpate CEO
2 Prof. M. K. Kodmelwar Asst.CEO Member
3 Prof. A.S. Shelke Member
4 Prof. R. A. Kale Member
5 Prof. N.M. Agashe Member
6 Prof. M.A. Rakate Member
7 Prof. A.N. Kshirsagar Member
8 Prof. S.N.Gorde Member
9 Mr. B.T. Hekade Exam Clerk
10 Mr. N.U. Badhe Exam Clerk

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Dr. G A Hinge president
2 Prof. V N Tapase secretary
3 Prof. R. S. Kognole treasure
4 Prof. A.S. Jaibhai member
5 Prof. K S Vaidya member
6 Prof. S.A.Pawar member
7 Prof. A P Khangan member
8 Prof. R K Halli member
9 Mr. R.S.Mote member
10 Miss. V. A.Takale member
11 Miss. S.A. Barge member
12 Mr. R.S. Mokashi member
13 Mr. R.G. Maheshwari member

Bridge the gap between industry and academia.

To join hands with industries for mutual gain.

i) To strengthen link between industry and academia through frequent interaction.
ii) To work in collaborative mode for mutual gain.

i) Organizing work shops , conferences and symposia with joint participation of faculty and the industries.
ii) Participation of experts from industry in academic activities.
iii) Arranging visits of staff members to various industries.
iv) Professional consultancy by the faculty to industries.
v) Industrial testing by faculty and technicians at site or in laboratory.
vi) Joint research programs and field studies by faculty and people from industry.
vii) Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interests.
viii) Visits of industry executives and practicing engineers to the institute for the exposure to institutional research work and laboratories, discussions and delivering lectures on industrial practices, trends and experiences.
ix) Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) between industry and institute to bring the two sides strategically closure.
x) Human resource development programs by the faculty for practicing engineers.
xi) Practicing engineers for taking M.Tech/PhD program at institute.
xii) Short term assignment to faculty members in industries.
xiii) Professional chair sponsored by industries at the institute.
xiv) Laboratories sponsored by industries at the institute.
xv) Practical training of students in industries.
xvi) Ensure data up dating on website.
xvii ) Formulate department wise activity plan for semester.
Xviii) Maintain MOM.

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Ms. P. L. Chaudhari (TPO) Incharge
2 Prof. S.A. Pawar (Computer) Member
3 Prof. G.R. Padamwar (Mechanical) Member
4 Prof. S.D. Patil (Civil) Member
5 Prof. P.C. Kaware (E & TC ) Member
6 Prof. D.S. Sargar (Electrical) Member

To create healthy environment for the students in the campus and counseling them for their right’s where they achieve excellence in their field without problem.

To provide a neutral, confidential and supportive environment for students in the campus community by conducting counseling session, awareness programmers.

1. Improvement of teacher –student interaction.
2. To monitor the students regularity and discipline.
3. Students should feel free to express and resolve their problems.
4. To help the students to become self-confident.
5. Awareness regarding stress management, timemanagement, healthy-habits,wellness.

1. One faculty member from each department is nominated as member by principal in consult with cell in charge for the academic year.
2. Cell in-charge should arrange the meeting with committee member twice in the semester to transact the activates planning to be conducted in relation to counseling and health program for the both semester.
3. Cell member has to interact with the student having any complaints related to emotional issues and health problem and try to give suitable solutions otherwise refer to the cell-in charge.
4. The counselor/tutor should conduct one-on-one sessions with the cases refer by in-charge.
5. Thus helping to resolve the issues related to emotional and health and focus on academics

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. S.V.Ingale (Computer) Incharge
2 Ms. Y.A.Todkar Counselor
3 Prof. J.J.Inamdar (Electrical) Member
4 Prof. P.S.Parande (Civil) Member
5 Prof. P.C. Kaware (E & TC) Member
6 Prof. R.L.Raut (Mechanical) Member
7 Prof. N.U. Sayyed (F.E) Member

Sr.No. Name of Member Designation
1 Prof. D.R. Pisal. (I/C) Chairman
2 Dr. M. M.Shinde Secretary
3 Prof. Dr. D.S Bilgi member
4 Prof. Dr. G.A.Hinge member
5 Prof. S.S. Ambhaikar (Civil) member
6 Prof. A. R. Teke (Comp) member
7 Prof. K. M. Nuti (Mech) member
8 Prof. R.B. Bhosale (Mech) member
9 Ms. P.C. Kaware (E&C) member
10 Mrs. R.P. Kelapure (Eletrical) member
11 Prof. S.N. Gorde (F.E) member
12 Mr. A.M. Kulkarni (Library) member
13 Mr. Shinde Girish (TE Elect.) SR
14 Mr. M. P. Shinde (BE Mech) SR
15 Mr. Ganesh Rasankar (BE Civil) SR