Annual Report

Department of Civil Engineering

ANNUAL REPORT    2021-22


Sr. No.Name of ContentPage No.
1Feedback System
2Value Added Courses

Field/ Industrial Projects for Students During Current Year
4Project Based Learning (PBL)
5Students Internship and Industrial Visits.
6Professional Activities of Students
7Student Mentoring System
8University Results
9Placement, Higher Studies, Self-Employment
10Extra-curricular Activities and Achievements

Weak and Bright Students Identification and Efforts.
12Use of ICT facilities by teachers
13Research projects
14Workshops / Seminars / Conferences

Research publications in Journals notified onU.G.C. Website
16Active Memorandum of Understanding
18Faculty with Ph. D. Qualification
19Faculty Associated with University Work
21Incubation center/ Start-ups


A.Y.2019-2020 for IQAC Meeting

Name of the Institute: RMDSTIC, Warje, Pune. Date of Report: 20th March 2020

Accreditation Grade : A Date of Accreditation: 27th Nov. 2017

Based on the Latest trends, technology and industry requirements the criteria for curriculum Gap identification is based on the following points:

  • Model Curriculum of SPPU
  • Feedback from Stakeholders (Alumni, Industry, Faculty, Students, Society)
  • Feedback from Interviewers / Recruiters
  • Interdisciplinary approach
  • CO-PO mapping
  1. Feedback System
  2. StudentÔÇÖs Feedback –

Student feedback has three main objectives:

  1. To provide students to express on the quality of their learning experiences, as  required in preparation for and as part of review processes.
  2. The feedback is utilised methodically in the organization of teaching activities, decision making and the growth of teaching.
  3. Online feedback on course delivery is taken from students, once during each semester and consolidated to get the rating of faculty. Comments are considered positively and weaknesses with regard to teaching are rectified by advising the faculty with the sole objective of maintaining good academic practices and standards.
Sr.No.Name of BranchFeedback TakenAnalysis/ SuggestionsAction for Improvement


Civil Engg.

Average Feedback analysis of all Classes theory subjects & practical is above 92.46 %. Students are satisfied with the  learning practices. Notes, important points and practice material from topics provided were satisfactory.   Faculties are counselled to motivate    students regarding higher studies and    research activities. Faculties were counselled to take practice   for their communication development.
  1. Employers/ Industries
Sr.No.Name of BranchFeedback TakenAnalysis/ SuggestionsAction for Improvement


  Civil Engg.

Students need to improve in communication skills, teamwork, and domain knowledge in order to make them industry ready.Students need to be given    more practical/industry based training and live projects. Students need to explore some more advanced technology knowledge like cloud computing, Sales force etc.Need to arrange more hands-on sessions & assign innovative projects to grow more in R&D.Awareness session for personality development, Pre Placement training conducted for fundamental growth of core subjects.Aptitude test from various companies format questions conducted for students. Motivational    talk arranged to encourage placement & higher studie

Alumni play animportant role in the evaluation, development and enhancement of the quality of this learning experience. Alumni feedback is valuable for us as it provides inputs regarding improvement in
facilities. We request our alumni to provide their earnest feedback to us through prescribed forms,
emails and during alumni meets on the infrastructure, library and teaching faculty of the college. The purpose of this feedback is to assess the quality of the academic program. Civil Engg.,Computer Engg, E&TC Engg, IT, Mechanical Engg.and MBA Departments are unable to take feedback during this Academic Year. 

  1. Alumni
Sr.No.Name of BranchFeedback TakenAnalysis/ SuggestionsAction for Improvement


Civil Engg.

Students need to explore some more practical knowledge like Quantity Surveying, Site management    Need to arrange more internship programs, training programs, software training for project management and structural design.More no. of Industrial visits should be planned.Need of relevance to Industry requirements.Studentsnare motivated for internship through training and placement cell. Value addition programs have been arranged for different domains like project management, structural design.Pre   Placement     activities conducted to improve basic concepts of technical subjects. Elaboration of STP programs by industry experts
  1. Parents
Sr.No.Name of BranchFeedback TakenAnalysis/ Suggestions [if Yes, write comments]


Civil Engg.

Provide fixed time for internship.  Most of the parents are satisfied with the departmental activities, laboratory infrastructure and efforts taken by faculties to improve student performance.Parents are satisfied with the department faculties. During the PTM they have appreciated all the faculty members.
  1. Teachers
Sr.NoName of BranchFeedback TakenAnalysis/ SuggestionsOverall performance of the studentsLaboratoryAny Recommendation to BOS


Civil Engg.

Satisfactory. Students are counselled to study regularly to improve results.SatisfactorySatisfactory

The college aims to offer the best possible environment and learning experience to encourage students to perform to their full impending for academic attainment. By analyzing the feedback received from students, alumni, parents and stakeholders it is observed that the gap between industry and academia can be bridged by implementing the strategies mentioned below:

  • Arranging Workshops
  • Industrial visits
  • Skill Enhancement Program
  • Interdisciplinary projects
  • Guest Lectures
  • Communications to University BoS
  • Alumni Interaction
  • Industrial training for faculty
  • Professional Society Activities
  • Offering Open Electives
  1. A) Value Added Courses during current year

In addition to University curriculum courses are designed and implemented at institute level, as  University curriculum cannot satisfactorily cover all areas of importance or relevance.  It is important for higher education institutions to supplement the curriculum to make students better prepared to meet industry demands as well as develop their own interests and aptitudes. The Value-Added Courses aim to provide additional learner centric graded skill oriented technical training, with the primary objective of improving the employability skills of students. The main objectives of the program are:

  • To equip the students in current technologies and also to trim down the gap between academic and industry.
  • To improve employability skills of students.
  • To bridge the skill gaps and make students industry ready.
  • To promote ethical values and inculcate organizational behavior.
  • To provide an opportunity to students to develop inter-disciplinary skills.

Various Value addition courses conducted by the institute during the AY 2019 ÔÇô 20 are listed below:

Sr.No.Name of Branch
Name of the Topic

Resource Person
DurationNo. of Students Enrolled

Civil Engg.          NIL              NIL        NIL        NILNIL

After attending these value addition courses, outcomes are:

  • Students were aware about the various software trends and new technology in the Industry.
  • Students were well acquainted about the recent advances in the technologies that are used in the Industry.
  • Students were also aware about the life cycle carried out for the project in the industry.
  • Students were also made aware of Security markets.
  1. B) Guest Lectures Arranged for Students

The objective of expert lectures is to explore curriculum content by interaction with industry experts. Guest lectures provides platform to students to express their ideas and view. Guest lectures are arranged for the students in the institutes on the topics in the curriculum and beyond the curriculum. Series of such session pour an extra enthusiasm to student to give practical approach to their study.

Various Value addition courses conducted by the institute during the AY 2021 ÔÇô 22 are listed below:

Sr.No.Name of Branch
Name of the Topic

Resource Person
Date of ConductionNo. of Students Enrolled


Civil Engg.
Awareness to Civil Engineering practicesMr. Venkat A. Patil21/1/2022149
Structural Health Monitoring,retrofitting & RehabilitationDr. S.N. KhanteDr. Suresh BhallaDr. Ratnesh KumarDr. KumthekarDr. Shiradhonkar12/7/2021to 16/7/2021165
Innovative trends in water resource & hydraulic EnggEr. SurveEr. RanadeEr. Pravin KolheDr. Shrinivas Londhe9/08/2021 to 10/08/2021513
Research Design Publication & IPRDr. Milind MoholDr. Marthand TelsamMr. Nilesh dhobale28/07/21 to 30/07/21190
Excel for civil engineers- Basic levelMr. Prati shirole3/7/21 to 7/7/202150
Excel for civil engineers-advanced levelMr. Prati shirole17/1/2022 to 21/1/202140
Pre/ Post requisite for masters degree abroadMr. Yash Kulkarni23/9/2021155
Scope for civil engineers in construction industry in USAMs. Shrina Deshpanday23/9/2021155
Scope & Opportunities for civil Engineers in construction industry in CanadaMr. Abhishek Pustake14/1/2022110
Microsoft project software in construction industryMr. B. T. Ade9/3/202120

After attending the above Guest Lectures Arranged for Students, outcomes are:

  • These Guest lecture enlighten the students in taking right career path.
  • Students got opportunities to interact with the people in the industrial world and gain knowledge and sound exposure to face the world.
  • Developed the sense of responsibility among the students and make them confident to work in industries.
  • Students interact with various industry experts belonging to different domains.
  • Students learn what industry needs and what they need to achieve them.
  • Students got clear idea about need of internships and additional skill development.

                          Guest Lectures Arranged for Students [A.Y. 2021-2022]

Innovative Trends on Water Resource Engineering        Research Design Publication & IPR

  1. Field/ Industrial Projects for students during current year

The aim of these Field/ Industrial Projects is ÔÇ£Education ÔÇô Exposure ÔÇô Experience.ÔÇØ The main objective of Field/ Industrial Projects is to expose the students to actual working environment and enhance their knowledge and skill from what they have learned in the curriculum. Another purpose of it is to impart the good qualities of integrity, responsibility and self-confidence. It is also to help the students about the safety practices and regulations inside the industry and to inculcate the spirit of teamwork and good relationship between students and employees.

Sr.No.Name of BranchNo. of ProjectsNo. of Students Enrolled for ProjectsProminent Industries Sponsoring the Projects
01Civil. Engg.NIL          NIL                      NIL

After allotting the Industrial Projects for Students, outcomes are:

  • Students were equipped with the required skills from the industry.
  • Students have worked in industry and got the live experience of working in industry.
  • Students have developed an ability to identify, formulate and model problems and find engineering solutions based on a systems approach.
  • It has provided a comprehensive learning platform to students where they can enhance their employability skills and become industry ready along with corporate exposure.
  1. Project based learning (PBL)

The objectives of PBL system are;

  • Self-directed learning: Through tutorial sessions the students are taught to self-formulate their goals and objectives of learning of particular topics and then at the end of each session they are expected to evaluate the extent to which their goals are realized
  • Problem solving: This encourages students to increase their motivation to learning, critical thinking, writing and also to enhance communication skills.2,3 This may be through the medium of case scenario where students analyze the information and come to a conclusion
  • Team work: The students are required to work together and cooperate with each other during entire process through out the project.
  • Methodology, is improving the learning of the students.
  • Project-based learning not only provides opportunities for students to collaborate or drive their own learning, but it also teaches them skills such as problem solving, and helps to develop additional skills integral to their future, such as critical thinking and time management.
  • Some examples of a project are:
  • Water Absorbing Road.
  • Land Cover Analysis using Remote Sensing & GIS.
  • Zero Radius Turning & Four Wheel Steering System.
  • Power generation using rowing machine.
  • Insurance Management System.
  • E-Commerce Website.
  • Hydrogen Car.
  • The project method has several steps: The teacher and the students examine a certain environmental topic, they choose a problem which is important to them, and then they develop and carry out an action plan. With each step the students assume more and more the role of a manager able to treat environmental topics. Following are the students doing their Laboratory Innovation & Project work in respective classes.
Sr.No.Name of BranchName of ClassNo. of Projects
  1. Students Internship (including online Internship for IT, Comp. etc) and Industrial Visits
  2. StudentÔÇÖs Internship ÔÇôTo prepare students are ready to join industry based on the Internship

The purpose of Industrial Training / Internship is to expose students to real work of environment experience and at the same time, to gain the knowledge through hands on observation and job execution. From the industrial training, the students will also develop skills in work ethics, communication, management and others. Moreover, this practical training program allows students to relate theoretical knowledge with its application in the manufacturing industry.

Aim & Objectives of Students Internship:

  • To provide students the opportunity to test their interest in a particular career before permanent commitments are made.
  • To develop skills in the application of theory to practical work situations.
  • To develop skills and techniques directly applicable to their careers.
  • Internships will increase a student’s sense of responsibility and good work habits.
  • To expose students to real work environment experience gain knowledge in writing report in technical works/projects.
  • Internship students will have higher levels of academic performance.
  • Internship programs will increase student earning potential upon graduation.
  • To build the strength, teamwork spirit and self-confidence in students life.
  • To enhance the ability to improve studentÔÇÖs creativity skills and sharing ideas.
  • To build a good communication skill with group of workers and learn to learn proper behavior of corporate life in industrial sector.
  • The student will   be   able   instilled   with   good   moral   values   such   as responsibility, commitment and trustworthy during their training.
  • Develop intentional learning objective goals that are structured into experience & supervised by professionals with relevant background in the field of mechanical engineering

In Various domain students are joined in Industry for Internship between the two semesters. Branch wise list of students was taking internship shown in the Table.

Sr.No.Name of BranchName of StudentName of IndustrySpecialization AreaNo. of days


Civil Engg.
Swamini sanjay kholeSamishtiConstruction Technology30
CHIRMADE NAVIN RAJENDRAJadhav Construction And BuilderÔÇÖsConstruction Technology60
Suyash Tanaji KambleV K CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology30
Prapti NinaweV K CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology30
Sakshi KhapreV K CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology30
Suyash Vikas MhamaneV K CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology30
Kaustubh Ajay PashankarAditya ConstructionConstruction Technology30
Mohan Kishorsinh RahekwalSAJCON CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD.Construction Technology60


Civil Engg.


      Civil Engg.
Vaibhav Gorakh jewrikarVisvesvaraya field training academy,Latur -413512Construction Technology60
Vaibhav Suresh KasbeV K CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology90
Sadanand Bhalchandra BoyaneVisvesvaraya field training academy,Latur -413512Construction Technology30
ROHIT MARUTI BIRADARC.K ConstructionConstruction Technology60
Tushar Tapan DasHammer World ConstructionsConstruction Technology30
Hemant Rajesh GanatraHammer World ConstructionsConstruction Technology30
Gaurishankar baswaraj birajdarVisvesvaraya field training academyConstruction Technology30
Vishvas Babasaheb MoreNirmit ConstructionConstruction Technology30
SUSHANT DAGADU PATILNirmit ConstructionConstruction Technology60
Piyush kiran pensalwarNirmit ConstructionConstruction Technology30
Rohit Sandeep RajarshiShrinivas DevelopersConstruction Technology30
Nagapure Piyush AjitVishvashweriya Feild training academyConstruction Technology30
Piyush NagapureVishvashweriya Feild training academyConstruction Technology30
Ayush BadeGRAVITY Construction & InteriorConstruction Technology30
Vaishnavi SudeSpencer EnterprisesConstruction Technology60
Deore Himanshu VinayakS. A. Sawant constructions Pvt LtdConstruction Technology60
Tejas hemant salunkheRKC infrastructure private limited,Construction Technology90
Gaurishankar baswaraj birajdarVishvashweriya Feild training academyConstruction Technology30
Shubham Sanjay MahaleS. A. Sawant constructions Pvt LtdConstruction Technology60
Tushar Arjun GaikwadSamishthi Techno Services Consultant LLPConstruction Technology30
Nishant Suresh PatilSai ConstructioConstruction Technology30
Vishnu JadhavSamishthi Techno Services Consultant LLPConstruction Technology30
Esalwar Vaibhav MarotiSamrudhi ConstructionConstruction Technology30
Digvijay NikamBachhav Builders And Developers LLPConstruction Technology60
Rushabh kankalS.D.More & AssociatesConstruction Technology30
Yashkumar Suryabhan bhusareBachhav builders and developersConstruction Technology30



Digvijay D. DeshmukhNP infra pvt. ltd.Construction Technology30
Swapnil Suresh JagtapRaj BuildconConstruction Technology30
Anushka ShewalkarBachhav BuilderÔÇÖs DevelopersConstruction Technology30
Siddhi SonareBachhav builders DevelopersConstruction Technology60
Pritam Prabhakar PawarNEOGEN CONSULTANTSConstruction Technology60
Rohit Manik BachhavBachhav BuilderÔÇÖs & DevelopersConstruction Technology30
Hitesh Mangesh MangaonkarASR Promoters & Developers LLPConstruction Technology60
Tejas Tukaram SawantASR Promoters & Developers LLP.Construction Technology30
Shubham Sharad NaikASR Promoters & Developers LLPConstruction Technology30
Lokesh Yogesh PatilVinit Construction NashikConstruction Technology30
Ninad Vikas ParabAsr promoters and developersConstruction Technology30
Prajwal Nitin MahajanEkadant ConstructionConstruction Technology60
Aashwini Bapurao MuleSAMISHTHI TECHNO SERVICES CONSULTANT LLPConstruction Technology30
Ganesh shendgeShri DevelopersConstruction Technology30
RATHOD SHRIKRUSHNA PANDITShree Mauli Construction, design & devloper’sConstruction Technology30
YASHASHREE EKNATH IDHATESamishti Technoservices ConsultantsConstruction Technology30
Lokesh Galsing PawarTulsi BuildtechConstruction Technology60
Rushikesh Vivek KshirsagarJD CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology60
Komal shankar gawariRanjeet gaikwad engineering & contractorsConstruction Technology30
Biradar Dipali UmeshraoRanjeet Gaikwad Engineers And ContractorsConstruction Technology60
Shubham Sanjay HonalikarRanjeet Gaikwad ENGINEERS & cONTRACTORSConstruction Technology30
Sumati Balbhim DandeRanjeet gaikwad engineers and contractorsConstruction Technology30
Bilal KhanA.P.Mane Civil ServiceConstruction Technology30


Civil Engg.


      Civil Engg.

Civil Engg.
Sanket Sanjay DeshmukhPIONEER DEVELOPERSConstruction Technology30
Ashutosh Rahul PoleNDG Projects LLPConstruction Technology30
Abhijeet Kishan WakleNexus EnterprisesConstruction Technology30
Rushabh ganeshrao kankalS.D.more & associationConstruction Technology30
Onkar Suresh ShindeTrimurti DevelopersConstruction Technology30
Altaf Chand PatelA. S. ASSOCIATEConstruction Technology60
Saurabh Vilas RathodShree mauli constructionConstruction Technology60
SUNNY BHIMA KANADEAditya constructionConstruction Technology90
Suraj bhawarSURAJ developersConstruction Technology30
Mandale Amardeep BhausahebCivil engineers and govt contractorsConstruction Technology60
Noopur HandeShree laxmi enterprisesConstruction Technology30
Siddhesh dharmavatUpd construtionConstruction Technology30
Abhishek MahajanV K CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology30
Pratik mahaleShree Ram VrundavanConstruction Technology30
Siddhesh dharmavatUpd constructionConstruction Technology60
Tejas Tanaji PasareShree Samartha Krupa AssociatesConstruction Technology30
Pradhumna Sunil LohakareB.G. Associates, AklujConstruction Technology30
RUSHIKESH LAHU KAMBLEShree Ram VrundavanConstruction Technology30
Mayuresh Sandeep UritS.B PasalkarConstruction Technology30
Nishant Dilip chavanShree mauli constructionConstruction Technology30
Shirish BhandUPD constructionConstruction Technology60
Siddhesh sunil kaduShree samaratha krupa associtesConstruction Technology60



Anushka Ashok ShewalkarBachhav BuilderConstruction Technology90
Pathan Faizankhan ArshadkhanSharda Construction and CorporationConstruction Technology30
Shubham VelekarSamishthi techno service consultant LLP.Construction Technology60
Siddhant AhirASHISH B.AMBHOREConstruction Technology30
Siddhi P. SonareBACHHAV BUILDER’S DEVELOPERSConstruction Technology30
Mali Piyush RajendraSR InterprisesConstruction Technology30
Shivprasad Bhanudas KhudeRoshn congratulation & interiorsConstruction Technology30
Rathod Nikhil PrakashNOOR CONSTRUCTIONConstruction Technology60
Shirish Shivaji BhandCommercial project at BhosariConstruction Technology30
Chinmay KaduSB pasalkarConstruction Technology30
Ashutosh Rahul PoleNDG Projects LLPConstruction Technology30
Harshal Vikas SalunkheNDG Projects LLPConstruction Technology30
Shubham Sharad nagameSwaraj homes company puneConstruction Technology60
Krishna Santosh ShindeShree mauli constitutionConstruction Technology90
Khilesh WaghuldeNDG Projects LLPConstruction Technology30
Nehru MudavathRoyal BuildconConstruction Technology60
Afroz Maheboob SayyedRoyal BuildconConstruction Technology30
Prajwal Nitin MahajanEkadant ConstructionConstruction Technology30
Parag Prakash GoradEkadant constructionsConstruction Technology30
Samarth Suresh KarleRoyal buildconConstruction Technology30
Digvijay Shashikant NikamBachhav Builders and Developers LLPConstruction Technology60
BHALERAO PRADIP VINAYAKSamishthi techno servicesConstruction Technology30
Devendra Sharad gawandeVighnaharta enterpriseConstruction Technology30
Akash SawantShree Sai DevelopersConstruction Technology30
Faizankhan PathanSharda construction and corporation pvt. Ltd.Construction Technology30
Siddhesh Nitin RathodSamishthi TechnoConstruction Technology30

ShreyasJ D constructionConstruction Technology60
Sanket Sachin ParakhRaj BuildconConstruction Technology90
Sairaj Bipin MoreTejas-pooja associatedConstruction Technology30
PRASAD PARMESHWAR SURVASETejas Pooja AssociatesConstruction Technology60

Total No. of Students Internship during A. Y. 2021-22


Outcome of the Students Internship is as follows.

  • Students have understood the site knowledge more deeply and have understood the practical aspects involved at construction sites
  • Students will be able to work in teams in a real time industry environment.
  • Students will be able to work in industries and will be able to acquire skills that can be applied to future jobs.
  • Student will be able to find out the unknown technical skills as per industry standard.
  • Ability to acquire & apply knowledge to real applications.
  • Get exposure by interacting with professionals.
  • Ability to identify, formulate & solve problems in mechanical engineering by applying principles.
  • Students interact with industry persons and gets hands on training of industry processes and practices.
  • Students understand actual industry practices and get field work experience
  1. Industrial Visits:

The main Objective of Industrial Visit or Industrial Tour for the department students to give them exposure about practical applications for their fields. In real, as a part of their engineering or professional graduation, students must visit industries in order to get a proper insight about how the real working environment of a company is and the functionality at different levels while pursing the graduate education.

Sr.No.Name of BranchName of ClassName of IndustryDate of VisitNo. of Students


Civil Engg.

Second Year
(SSD) Virtual Site Visit29/11/202155
(SSD) Virtual Site Visit26/11/202160
(AGE) local Site Visit01/04/202220

Third Year
(DRCS)Gunde Complex, Bavdhan27/04/2022110
(WWE) STP near Rajaram Bridge11/4/2022 & 12/04/202288
(AGE) Malpani Group Construction Site, Baner01/04/202218

Final Year
(DHS) Nira Devghar & Bhatghar Dam26/4/2022123
(APC)  Rajgad Sugars Pvt Ltd26/4/2022123
Total No. of Visit during A. Y. 2021-2022    08

The visit Incharge shall look after the students at the time of visit and report to the office and HOD after     successful completion of visit and shall record the same in the activity register. A small presentation by group of students may be made on the classes (depending upon its usefulness) for 5/10 minutes during a regular lecture in time table.

Outcome of the Industrial Visit is as follows:

  • Industrial visits provide the students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices.
  • It gives the students an exposure to current work practices as opposed to theoretical knowledge being taught at their college classrooms.
  • By way of interactions with the staff of the industry, students get more exposure towards the current work conditions of any industry
  • Provides an opportunity to plan, organize and engage in active learning experiences both inside and outside the classroom
  • Provides an insight into the real working environment of the Industry
  • Helps them to see their future place in the working world
  • It serves as a relation building process between institutes and industry
  • Helps to enhance their interpersonal skills and communications
  • The employee contacts are precious especially when the students wish to pursue the same career.

Industrial virtual site Visit Arranged for Students [A.Y. 2021-2022]

                                           Department of Civil Engineering

                                Virtual (Online) Site visit to meteorological station

  1. Professional activities of Students
  2. Professional societies etc.

The aim of the Association/ Chapters:     Gathering the member organizations of the Associations in order to increase the professional knowledge and provide them with social status, in accordance with their contribution to socio-economic, scientific-technological development. It also assist and contribute     in      the      production      and      development      of      top      quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industries and other organizations.

Objective of the Association/ Chapters:

  • To formulate the general goals & responsibilities of technical education.
  • To adjust curriculum & educational processes to changing conditions.
  • To develop effective teachers & educational administrators.
  • To improve instructional methods & practices & administrative usages.
  • To enhance professional ideals & standards.
  • To foster research as a function complementary to teaching.
  • To cultivate fraternal spirit amongst the teachers, administrators, industrialists & professionals.
  • To bring about effective linkage between technical institutions industry & society.
  • To award Honorary fellowships, Awards and Prizes, for furthering the objectives of Technical Education.

Departments are run engineering societies, at colleges level. These are listed below.

  1. Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)
  2. Aeronautical Society of India (ASI)
  3. Computer Society of India (CSI)
  4. The Institution of Engineers (India)
  5. Institution of Mechanical Engineers (India)
  6. Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)
  7. Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA)

Outcome of the Professional Society / Chapters: Students gain Co-curricular, Extracurricular and practical knowledge through various technical activities. Also, Student will be proficient in the skills regarding the publishing the technical papers, participation in conferences, etc.

  1. List of Technical Magazines, News Letters etc.

Technical Magazine /Newsletter is reaching out to every individual of the college and parents about the happenings in the college, and endeavors students in organizing a variety of events.

Newsletters and magazines provide a forum for students and faculty to express their views and insights on subject-related and general topics.

Aim of Newsletter:

  • To get a recognition to the departmental activities & Events taking place at Department level
  • To present a platform for encouragement of faculties as well as students.

Objectives of Newsletter:

  • To provide a technical knowledge platform to the students to explore.
  • To educate about events/activities conducted in the department.
  • To educate readers about the exciting new developments and ongoing programs at the College.
  • To mainly focus on Achievement of the students from the department in the Co-curricular and Extra-Curricular Activities.
  • To make students, parents and educational community aware about various activities carried out.
  • To know about students and staff achievement and glorious moments of institute

Department-wise Newsletters with their Name of title published in A.Y. 2019-2020 are given below.

Sr.No.Name of BranchTitle of News LetterDate of Publication
01Civil Engg.          Spandan 2021      17/10/2022

Outcome of the Newsletters

  • The students and parents get a chance to get the departmental activities information through the departmental Newsletter
  • To promote faculties and students for their co curricular and extra curricular development
  • It boosts to promote self-esteem, motivation, cultural exposure, creativity, social harmony and appreciation of diversity.
  • It encourages, motivates, exposure to students in various fields like BAJA, SUPRA, and various technical activities.
  • It shows the talent of students.
  • Stakeholders know about the happenings of the department
  • To give platform for the students to rejuvenate their artistic skills and talent

We are unable to publish RMDSTIC College level magazine from A.Y. 2016-2017.

                                                Department of Civil Engineering – Spandan   

  1. Explain in short, the student mentoring system

(No. of students per mentor ÔÇô frequency of meeting- issues considered)

Aim of The Teacher Guardian:

  • To monitor, counsel and mentor students about their academic performance and personal professional development
  • To monitor the studentÔÇÖs regularity & discipline Objectives of The Teacher Guardian:
  • To provide and create awareness among the students about consistency in the academic performance.
  • To make parent aware about their wardÔÇÖs progress and other academic related matters.


  • A teacher Guardian scheme is a unique system in which one faculty member is allocated for a batch of 20 to 22 students in a class. So, every class has three Teacher guardians & one class teacher.
  • Other than being nurtured in the classroom, our students benefit from the Teacher- Guardian scheme, which gives them moral as well as emotional support related to their academics or non-academics activities. TG is a connecting link in between parents and the students who communicates directly to parents about their wardÔÇÖs developments in the college.
  • The Staff Guardian is to advise to interact with students on the following broad questions, during the meeting to be scheduled on every week. Please remember, not only counseling but parenting will be required if we wish to draw some meaningful results out of this activity.
  • The documentation formats have been derived in such a way that the documentation of the activity is not hectic; gives freedom to you on range of issues, at the same time, helps yourself to evaluate how many students in your group have been motivated and performed better actually.

Weekly Department wise Teacher Guardian Meeting conducted [A.Y. 2019-2020]:

                                    Department of Civil Engineering TG Meeting (SE/TE/BE)

  1. Give the Percentage of university results without backlog / ATKT for the last four years

% Result =


  1. University Result Analysis

A.Y. 2021-2022A.Y. 2020-2021A.Y. 2019-2020A.Y. 2018-2019A.Y. 2017-2018


Civil Engg.
  1. Summary of Result Analysis [A.Y. 2021-22 (Sem-I)]
Name ofDepartmentComp. Engg.Civil Engg.E&Tc Engg.ITMech. Engg. RMDSSOEResult
B.E.(All Branches) Regular Students. 
Total students1621714186214674
No of pass16016441 85200650
% age result10095.9097.5698.8393.4597.14
Distinction1544112 85112404
First class612322 028179
Higher second class0060006
Second class0000000
Pass Class0001001
No. of Fail Students07101422
T.E.(All Branches) Regular Students.
Total students appeared179151337769509
No of All Clear Students1719932 7647425
% age all clear result10065.569798.868.1185.89
First class0400048
Higher second class00000000
Second class0000000
Pass class00010001
No. of fail students03102226

S.E.(All Branches) Regular Students.
Total students appeared179145288927468
No of All Clear Students17591288914397
% age all clear result9862.7510010051.8582.52
First class854130874
Higher second class13000307
Second class00000000
Pass class00010001
No. of fail students4200612
FE (All)
Total students appeared307
No of All Clear Students120 
% age all clear result39.09%
First class42
Higher second class2
Second class0
Pass class2
No. of fail students1
Total No. Of students204162
No. Of students Passed203141
No of students Failed121
All Clear Passing percentage99.5087.03
No. of students scoring O (90-100)206
No. Of students scoring A (80 -89)15691
No. Of students scoring B (70 – 79)2642
No. Of students scoring C (60-69)12
No. Of students scoring D (50-59)00
No. Of students scoring E (45-49)00
No. Of students scoring P (40- 44)00
  1. Placement, Higher Studies, Self-Employment

The institute has appointed a Training and Placement officer with one faculty from each department as members with the objective that majority of eligible students are placed and coaching the students towards employability.

The Training & Placement Cell prepares budding professionals to be globally effective in their career. The main thrust areas are personality development & proper communication skills. Training is imparted right from the day student enters the institute.

Training and placement office with ample space, furniture, computers, video conferencing for online interviews for students is provided.

The objectives of training and placement cell are

  • To equip the students with proper technical skills & imbibe spirit of professionalism.
  • To prepare students for the placement as per requirements & expectations of industry.
  • To maintain close liaison with reputed industry &corporate to ensure maximum placements.
  • To help in securing the consultancy work & industry sponsored projects for staff & students.
  • To enter in the campus connect program with leading industries & corporate.
  • To create maximum opportunities for the students by identifying emerging trends & establishing close rapport with leading professionals from industry.
  • To prepare the students for the placement by organizing personality development & soft skill programs.
  • To conduct the foundation programs offered by various industries to give the professional exposure to students &to make them ready hands at the time of joining.

Students are also trained for Aptitude, logical reasoning to enable them for placement. Sessions are organized by HR personnel of various companies to make the students aware of current industrial trends and requirements.

Flow chart of training and placement activity

Departmental Training and Placement coordinators carry out different activities related to both training and placement. These include:

  • Collection of data and CVÔÇÖs of each student.
  • Registrations of students for placement to TPO email ID.
  • Arranging for training activities to enhance Aptitude and soft skills, Arranging group discussions and mock interviews,
  • Arranging Expert / guest lecturers of Industry personnel
  • Arranging Industrial training

In addition to this, Institute takes initiative to motivate students for Placement,  Higher Studies and Self Employment in different ways. Pre-placement training, Expert Lectures, Motivational sessions arranged by all departments. Seminars, Expert Lectures are arranged to aware students about Competitive exams like GATE, GRE and TOFEL etc. Students are motivated to be future entrepreneur by arranging various sessions by entrepreneurs.

Training and Placement Cell conducts different courses to improve placements:

  • CADCAM Guru Solutions Pvt. Ltd. – Technical Training in CAD software for Mechanical students

List of students placed through Campus Placement


Name of Contents
Name of Department / Academic Year
Civil Engg.

Total No. of students placed including off campus


02No. of students going for higher studies


03No. of students self employed


04Total ( I + ii + iii)252615
05Total students in final year





b. Efforts and facilities to Improve Placements

Following are the Events / Activities conducted during A.Y. 2021-2022 to improve the placement is given below.

  1. Activity conducted by T&P Dept.
Sr.NO.EVENT/ ACTIVITYDate/ PeriodDeptAcademic Year

One week online pre-placement training17/08/2021 to 25/08 2021CIVIL 2021-22
02Seminar on How to Ace an Interview3/07/ 2021CIVIL 2021-22
032 days online pre- placement training session(Group discussion and aptitude test )25/06/2021 & 29/06/ 2021CIVIL 2021-22

Pre-Placement Activity

  1. Activity conducted by respective department [A.Y. 2021-2022]
Sr.No.Name of DepartmentName of TopicName of SpeakerOrganizationType


Webinar on Scope for Civil Engineer in Construction Industry in USAYash   KulkarniAsst. Project Manager, Corinthian Contractors INC(USA)Webinar23/09/2021

Pre/Post Requisites for MasterÔÇÖs Degree in abroad & further scope for Civil EngineersShirina DeshpandayProject Engineer, L & D Constructions (USA)Webinar23/09/2021

Outcome: Students are motivated to have good communication skills and overall personality development and enhance interview skills

                             Webinar Scope of Civil engineer in construction Industry

  1.   Extra-Curricular Activities and Achievements

Extra-Curricular Activities: Sports outdoor and indoor games, gymnasium, auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities, public speaking, communication skills development, yoga, health and hygiene.

For the all-round development of the students, the institute encourages the students to participate in various sports/ tournaments at the university and state level, Sports, cultural activities, NSS etc.

  1. Sports:  To nurture the talents of students in different fields and for their all round development, a large number of sports activities are conducted to shape their personality and health and fitness. The institute provides facilities for  both indoor and outdoor games to the students.
    1. Outdoor Games: A spacious playground is available for outdoor games like cricket, football, volleyball, basketball, badminton etc.

j) Indoor Games: The institute also has an indoor area for playing chess, table tennis, carom and badminton etc.

  1. Gymnasium: The institute has a gymnasium facility (Vadgaon Campus) for students to strengthen their physical & mental ability.
  2. Seminar Hall: The institute has a modern, well-equipped seminar hall with audio visual equipment with power backup for conducting workshops, conferences, seminars, Alumni meet and various college events and functions.
  3. NSS: The College has a NSS unit. The unit is started with an objective to cultivate an attitude of social service in the minds of students and to make them responsible citizens. Various socially relevant activities are being carried out like tree plantation, Swachhata Abhiyan camps, social awareness camps, blood donation camps, medical checkup camps. NSS report is available for the reference saperately.
  4. Cultural activities: To bring out the hidden talents of the students and for getting tremendous exposure in interpersonal skills, team spirit, time management and delegating, the students are encouraged to participate and arrange various cultural activities. Every year an annual event Sinhgad Krandak  is conducted where the students participate actively and enthusiastically in various competitions like singing, dancing, fashion show etc. Besides these, the students are also

encouraged to participate and have won several prizes in state level cultural events like Purshottam Karandak, Firodiya Karandak. Besides these events the students celebrate Teachers day, Engineers day, Dahi Handi and many other festivals.

  1. Communication Skills:  The institute conducts Student Training programs to help students to improve their communication skills, public speaking and practice of group discussions and interview. It also provides training on soft skills like Goal setting (Personal and Career), Personality and Stress management, behavioral skills, listening, reading (technical/ non-technical) writing resume, letter, report etc. The institute publishes college magazine ÔÇ£AKSHARBRAHMAÔÇØ through which students learn to express themselves through technical/non-technical articles, poems etc.
  2. Technical skill enhancement: An annual technical event is conducted every year for the students to promote innovative ideas, share and apply their technical knowledge. The students are encouraged to participate in various university levels, state level and international level events, to improve their technical knowledge and public speaking.
  3. Health and Hygiene: The College maintains a medical center with a doctor to treat the students and staff for any minor problem. In-house team of housekeeping staff is appointed for day to day cleanliness and maintenance of the premises. The Yoga club has been formed for students to maintain  good health, possess mental and emotional stability, and integrate moral values and to attain a higher level of consciousness.

Table shows the list of the number of students participated in different events.

Sr.No.Name of ActivityNo. of Students Participated
1Go Kart Championship2221
2Vinodottam Karandak1816
3Firodiya Karandak2325
4Techtonic 202047
5Technical Training7
6Cultural Activity8
7Cradzy Intercollegiate Management Event4
8Spectrum 2020170
9Sinhgad Karandak8075
10Sinhgad Sports Karandak62

National Service Scheme (NSS)100100100100

Apart from that, various extra-curricular activities are taken by college where number of Student get platform to show their hidden talent.

Sr.No.Name of DepartmentName of Students / Team
Event Details



 CIVIL Engg.

Abhishek Mahajan, Shreenidhee Pawar,

Firodia Karandak 2022 Inter College Multi Arts Competition

Achieved Second Rank in Classical Group Dance

Patil Krunal, Takale Ajay
Poster Presentation Competition-The topic of this year being “Current Fire burning issues”. Freedom of imagination was the main key.

Achieved First Price

Mr.Phuge kash AshokMr. Randive Sanket Sanjay
Make It and Break It competition-Students have to make bridge of size 60x10x10 cm by using 300 ice sticks, 1 cup fevicol, 1 scale and 1 cutter.Achieved second Price

Atharv Pingale
   Rocketry – at Brazil
Achieved First Price
Abhishek Mahajan, Shreenidhee PawarVEDANT 2022 Dance competition at B J Medical collegeSecond prize


                                                         VEDANT 2022 DANCE COMPETITION

                                    BLOOD DONATION CAMP 15/03/2022 AT BHUKUM UNDER 

11. Weak and Bright Students Identification and Efforts.

  1. Describe Process used for identification of weak and bright students-
1. Internal Examinations like Unit Tests & PrelimsStudents Securing less than 12 marks in Unit Test and 28/20 marks in Prelim
2. Mock Practical ExaminationsConduction of Mock Practical/Oral Exam before one week of SPPU Exams
3. Previous Year University results.SE= 22.66%, TE=24.88%, BE=61.85%
  1. Describe efforts to improve performance of weak students-
1. Counseling of Slow learnersProviding Model solutions of Previous Question Papers,Assignments, Question Bank
2. Remedial ClassesRemedial Classes are conducted
  1. Give the impact / outcome of the above efforts- Improvement in result.
  1. State encouragements to bright students-
1. Motivating fast learners to become University Toppers.Subject topics are brushed up with all respects such as competitive examinationexamples and GATE examples for students
2. Counseling on Time management during exam and points to cover while writinganswers to score good marks.Chapter wise marks distribution is explained to score good and complete the paper with option within given time frame
Sr. No.Class (2021-22)Weak (Before Remedial action)Weak (After Remedial action)Bright (Before Remedial action)Bright (After Remedial action)
4BE                       16041902
  1. Use of ICT facilities by teachers
Sr. No.Name of ParticularTotal
01i. No. of teachers arranging lectures190
02ii. Interactive Online lectures190
031. No. of Lectures arranged1890
042. No. of Teachers190

3. Class / Courses for which lectures are arranged-FE SE,TE,BE
06f. Any other e-resources used


1. e- Resources used like Spoken tutorial
Coursera, Virtual Lab, You Tube , Spoken Tutorial NPTEL
082. No. of teacher using these facilities190
  1. Innovative Practices in Teaching & Learning 

Title Period No. of

From To Participants

        Case studies, Role Play, Small         Group Activities, Field visits

  1. Research projects 

Jan-2021     Sep-2022       350                    NIL

                                Consultancy Projects- NIL

13. Workshops / Seminars / Conferences

Workshops / Seminars / Conferences are organized to share knowledge and best practice from eminent personalities and experts, for inspiring and generate ideas and new thinking. Faculties are motivated to participate in FDPÔÇÖs, Training Program & online Certification course to strengthen their technical knowledge.

Aim: To equip faculty with recent trends and technology. Objectives:

  1. To provide an active platform for knowledge sharing.
  2. To improve faculty’s ability in carrying out research & Innovation.

Outcomes: It acts as a satiable step in adding professionalism to the curriculum & Research

  1. No. of Workshops / Seminars / Conferences etc – Arranged
Name of DepartmentTitle of SeminarPeriod From ÔÇô ToNo. of Participants

   Civil Engg.
Excel for Civil Engineer : Basic Level 03/07/2021 to 07/07/2021122
Research : Design, publication and IPR28/07/2021 to 30/07/2021219
Innovative trends in water resource and Hydraulic Engineering09/08/2021 to 10/08/2021513
Structural Steel And Its Applications in Association INSDAG Kolkatta02/09/2021142
Carrier opportunities after engineeri-ng in Association with Un-academy06/01/202253
Excel for Civil Engineer : Basic Level 03/07/2021 to 07/07/202140
  1. No. of Faculty participation in Seminars / Conferences / Symposia etc.
International LevelNational levelState LevelLocal
Attended only310144
Presented Papers1400
Resource Person0006
  1. FDP/STP/Train the Trainer (TTT)/ NPTEL Courses/ Industrial Training etc ÔÇô Attended by faculty
Name of DepartmentName of FacultyTitle of ProgrammeSponsored byPeriod

Civil Engg.
Dr. Pratibha AlandkarModern Approach in Structural Engineering-2020FDP06/ 07/2020 to 10/07/2020
Prof. Sumit R. ThakurEarthquake Resistant Structural Systems and Design for Buildings and Structures ATAL Academy Online Elementary FDP07-06-2021 to    11-06-2021
Fundamentals of Geotechnical and Structural Engineering for Sustainable Infrastructural DevelopmentATAL FDP28-06-2021 to  02-07-2021
Computational Intelligence in Earthquake Resistant Design AICTE FDP03-08-2020 to   08-08-2020
Advanced Structural Analysis using Software  STTP       ICT Mode NITTTR Kolkatta09-08-2021 to   13-08-2021
Earthquake Resistant Software STTP       ICT Mode NITTTR Kolkatta15-06-2020 to   19-06-2020 
STTP on Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & RehabilitationISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to   16-06-2021
Advances in Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures STTP AERDS-2021) under TEQIP-III (Virtual STTP)18-01-2021 to   22-01-2021
Prof. Rahul D. ShindeSafety in ConstructionNPTEL AICTE FDP1-02-2022 to     15-04-2022
Implementation and execution of third year civil engineering 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU FDP7-09-2021 to       9-09-2021
Name of DepartmentName of FacultyTitle of ProgrammeSponsored byPeriod
Civil Engg.Prof. Rahul D. ShindeEffective Teaching Methodology in Engineering Mechanics: DynamicsSELF FDP30-06-2021 to     1-07-2021
Research Methodology, Research Publication & Patent Filing NPTEL11-02-2022 to    16-02-2022
Machine Learning Applications in Civil EngineeringAICTE FDP21-02-2022 to    25-02-2022
Latest Trends of Research in Civil Engineering (online)SELF FDP9-03-2022 to     14-03-2022
Advances in Special Civil Engineering Structures and Materials ASCESM-20 STTP9-03-2022 to     13-03-2022
Prof. Ankita D. BhondeHydrological modeling, climate change & soft computing application in water resource engineering SELF FDP23/08/2021 to 28/08/2021
Implementation and execution of third year civil engineering 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU FDP13/01/2022 to 15/01/2022
Machine Learning Applications in Civil EngineeringAICTE FDP21-02-2022 to 25-02-2022
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & RehabilitationISTE approved STTP12th July to 16th July 2021
Prof. Abhijeet V. DatyeAdvances in Concrete Construction and TechniquesSELF FDP10th August 2021 to 15th August 2021
Implementation and execution of third year civil engineering 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7th Sept. to 9th Sept. 2021
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & RehabilitationISTE approved STTP12th July to 16th July 2021
Research in Environmental Engineering & A way forwardECA approved FDP15 th to 20 th June 2020
Implementation and Execution of third year engg. 2019 Pattern SyllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7 to 9 sept 2021 
Name of DepartmentName of FacultyTitle of ProgrammeSponsored byPeriod
Civil Engg.Prof. Sudhir S. NikamOnline Teaching Syllabus of TE civil 2015 Pattern SPPU WORKSHOP1 to 3 july 2020
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & Rehabilitation ISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to   16-06-2021
Prof. Sneha BhendeResearch Methodology, Research publication & Patent FilingISTE approved ISTE approved STTP11/02/2022 to 16/02/2022
Implementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7 to 9 sept 2021 
Advance in Design and Construction of Tunnelsworkshop 21/02/2022 to 25/02/2022
Prof. Swati B. KshirsagarStructural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & RehabilitationISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to   16-06-2021
Machine Learning Applications in Civil EngineeringAICTE FDP21-02-2022 to   25-02-2022
Prof. Mahesh J. MohiteResearch: Design Publication & IPRworkshop 12-06-2021 to   16-06-2021
Prof. Neha B. SasaneEnhancing Research Capabilities and Technical Education”SELF FDP08/02/2021 to 13/02/2021
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & Rehabilitation” ISTE approved STTPISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to   16-06-2021
Innovative Trends in Water Resources & Hydraulic Engineering RMDSSOESELF FDP28th to 30th July 2021
Prof.Patil Surekha S.Laboratory Practice on Civil Engineering Materials ÔÇô Concrete STTP NITTTR Kolkatta13/12/2021 to 17/12/2021  
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & Rehabilitation” ISTE approved STTP09/09/2021 & 10/09/ 2021
Implementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7 to 9 sept 2021 
Innovative Trends in Water Resources & Hydraulic Engineering WORKSHOP28th to 30th July 2021
Prof. Pooja S.SonawaneImplementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7th to 9th sept 2021 
Name of DepartmentName of FacultyTitle of ProgrammeSponsored byPeriod
Civil Engg.Prof. Pooja S.SonawaneTraining Program on compressive disaster management SELF FDP12-06-2021 to 16-06-2021
Prof. Sushma R. AwadImplementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7 to 9 sept 2021 
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & RehabilitationISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to 16-06-2021
Design of RCC StructureISTE approved STTP7/7/2020 to 12/7/2020
smart & sustainable Infrastructure developmentATAL FDP 20/12/21 to 24/12/21
Prof. Sagar K. SonawaneResearch: Design Publication & IPRSELF FDP09/08/2021 to 10/08/2021
Prof. Suraj W. JagtapSmart & Sustainable InfrastructureDevelopment for New IndiaÔÇØSELF FDP 7/09/21 to 9/09/21  
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & RehabilitationISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to 16-06-2021
Implementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7 to 9 sept 2021 
Recent trends in Civil EngineeringSTTP25 to 29 Oct 2021
Prof. Rahul D. KapaseImplementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU WORKSHOP7 to 9 sept 2021 
Structural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & Rehabilitation” ISTE approved STTPISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to 16-06-2021
Hydrological Modeling, Climate Change and Soft Computing Applications in Water Resources Engineering”STTP23/08/2021 TO 27/08/2021
Innovative Trends in Water Resources & Hydraulic EngineeringWORKSHOP9/08/2021 TO 10/08/2021
Name of DepartmentName of FacultyTitle of ProgrammeSponsored byPeriod
Civil Engg.Prof. Aparna H. ChavanStructural Health Monitoring, Retrofitting & Rehabilitation” ISTE approved STTPISTE approved STTP12-06-2021 to 16-06-2021
Advances in Geotechnical Engineering and Reliability of StructureSTTP23-27 Aug,2021
Structural Health monitoring and rehabilitation of structureSTTP10-15 may 2021
Innovative Trends in Water Resources & Hydraulic EngineeringWORKSHOP9-10 Aug,2021
Structural Health monitoring , Retrofitting and rehabilitation of structureSTTP12-16 July 2021
Machine LearningSTTP21-25 Feb,2022
Research Opportunities & Innovation in Civil EngineeringWORKSHOP20-21 may,2022
Advancement in Civil EngineeringSELF FDP23-27 Aug, 2022
Ms. Janhavi K MahaleImplementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern syllabusSPPU FDP13/01/22to 15/01/22
sustainable construction materials and technologySELF FDP21/02/22 to  25/02/22
6th National Convention on Ferrocement (FS – 2021)FERROCEMENT SOCIETY FDP11/2/22 to  16/2/22
Latest Trends in Structural Repairs and Retrofit IndiaWORKSHOP13/01/22- 15/01/22
Research Methodology, Research Publication and Patent FilingSTTP1/02/2022 to 16/02/2022
Prof. Amrutraj B. KhemalapureImplementation & Execution of T.E Civil Engg. 2019 pattern  syllabusSPPU FDP13/01/22 to 15/01/22
Mr. Amit Sodmise Research Methodology, Research Publication and Patent FilingSELF FDP11 Feb, 2022  to 16 Feb, 2022
  1. FDP/STP/TTT etc -Arranged
Name of DepartmentName of the facultyTitle of the ProgrammePeriod
CIVILProf Sneha S BhendeStructural Health Monitoring,Retrofitting and Rehabilitation12.07.2021 to 16.07.2021 
  1. MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) in SWAYAM with Certification by NPTEL ÔÇô AICTE
Name ofDepartmentName of thefacultyTitle of the ProgrammePeriod
Civil Engg.Prof. Rahul D. ShindeSafety in Construction1-02-2022 to 15-04-2022
Prof. Rahul D. ShindeResearch Methodology, Research Publication & Patent Filing
11-02-2022 to 16-02-2022
  1. Research publications in Journals notified on U.G.C. Website
To publish research papers on the basis of research carried out for self-advancement in reputed journalsTo encourage faculty to do research work by referring reputed journals.To enhance the knowledge of faculty in recent trends and innovations.It will encourage the staff to do more research-oriented work and it will help them for their careeradvancement.
  1. Active Memorandum of Understanding

MOUS are signed with industry to bridge the gap between Industry and Academia. The Institute has signed MoUÔÇÖs with several industries and Institutes of repute. Faculty and students benefit from these MoU’s as they are being exposed to enriched programs.

Aim: To establish and promote a strategic and cooperative partnership


  1. To increase Industry Institute interaction to bridge the gap between industry and Academia.
  2. To provide platform to the students to work on live industry environment..

Outcomes: Providing Internship, Training & Live Projects, Seminar, Workshops, Competitions etc.

Name of DepartmentName of the MoUName of theIndustry / OrganizationPurposeOutcome
Civil EngineeringCivil Software TrainingM/s Software Academy for Civil EngineersStrengthen & Impart a deeper understanding & application of the concepts & practice of Engineering DesignBoost career opportunities & build  their experience through a project focoused learning experience
Civil Software TrainingBlueprints Design Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd. (BDCSPL)Awareness about the various software Better employability,Industry awareness, Validate their skills.
Name of DepartmentAimObjectivesOutcome
Civil Engg.The purpose of MoU is to have mutual intentions to jointly work on construction projects required for industries and research needs, with learned faculty of good industrial experience and promising students, jointly agree to exchange their expertise for mutual benefit and growth, on the areas specified.Sharing the industrial/technical knowledge with students.Provide Internship to students by providing them to work on live projects.To provide placement opportunities to students.Students got internship through MOU.Students got Sponsorship for the Project through MOU.
MOU with Software Academy for Civil Engineers, puneMOU with BLUEPRINTS DESIGN CONSULTING SERVICES Pvt. Ltd., Pune  
  1. Patents

A Patent is a statutory right for an invention granted for a limited period of time to the patentee by the Government, in exchange of full disclosure of his invention for excluding others, from making, using, selling, importing the patented product or process for producing that product for those purposes without his consent.

Intellectual Property Rights is an inevitable tool for todayÔÇÖs globalized economy. Fostering innovation is one of the sustainable development goals set by the Government of India. ÔÇ£An India where Intellectual Property stimulates creativity and innovation for the benefit of allÔÇØ.

The term of every patent granted is 20 years from the date of filing of application. However, for application filed under national phase under Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), the term of patent will be 20 years from the international filing date accorded under PCT..

Advantages of patents:

  • A patent gives you the right to stop others from copying, manufacturing, selling or importing your invention without your permission.
  • You get protection for a pre-determined period, allowing you to keep competitors at bay.
  • You can then use your invention yourself.
Name of DepartmentAimObjectives      Outcome
Civil Engg.To get the recognition for the innovative and new technique or technology through patenting1.To encourage the faculties/ students for patent/ copyright registration2.To promote entrepreneurship/ self-employment through patenting.3.To create research-oriented culture in the institute.US Patent is published and 2 patents are registered and are in process of publication

Description of Department wise Patents:

Sr.No.Depar tmentName of Student/ FacultyPatent TitlePatent Registration DateDate of Publishing the Patent & PublicationPatenting AuthorityType of Patent
01Civil EnggProf Sneha S BhendePrediction & Recommendation system using seismic waves & wind map analysis for architectural development20/10/2022In ProcessKoneru lakshmaiah education foundation, IndiaNA
  1. Faculty with Ph. D. Qualification
Name of DepartmentTotal No. of FacultyNo. of Faculty with Ph. D.No. of Faculty pursuing Ph. D.
Civil Engg.2319
  1. Faculty Associated with University Work
  1. Various University bodies, BOS Senate etc.

Name of Department
Various University bodies, BOS Senate                                                          etc.
Civil Engg.01
  1. Syllabus Preparation, Modification etc.

Name of Department
Various University bodies, BOS Senate                                                          etc.
Civil Engg.01
  1. Self-Appraisal

Self-Appraisal is an act or instance of evaluating one’s own worth, significance, or status: appraisal of oneself a positive self-appraisal the process of self-appraisal an employee self-appraisal form.

Appraisal systems measures the employee performance against previously-agreed goals, set future objectives and give staff guidance on their developmental and training needs. They help managers identify both achievements and shortfalls in performance, and give a framework to guide future improvements.

Basically, the Appraisal in Sinhgad Institutes is done on the following four points:

  1. Student Concentric Activities (SCA) [100 Marks]
  2. Professional Development And Academic Contribution (PDAC) [100 Marks]
  3. Research Contribution (RC) [100 Marks]
  4. Evaluation by H.O.D./ Principal [100 Marks]

Based on the self-appraisal points given by the staff it is evaluated by the H.O.D. by verifying the all necessary documents and the final assessment i.e. Performance Indicator is sealed based upon the self and HOD evaluation.

The faculty members whose performance indicator score is more than 60 are given the appraisal note to motivate them to do better in future and the faculty members whose performance indicator score is less than 40 are given a warning note so as to improve their performance in next academic semester/year.

Aim: To motivate the faculty members to get best performance for studentÔÇÖs and self-growth


  1. To encourage the faculties to participate/ organise more and more workshops/conferences/seminars
  2. To encourage the faculties to publish their research work in well known publications
  3. To create research-oriented culture in the institute.


1. Mamimum number of faculty members are getting the Performance indicator more than 50 in the academic year Analysis of Faculty Appraisal System:

No. of Incubation centers created ÔÇô Start-ups incubated

Incubation centers primarily focus on providing boost to entrepreneurial development. Value-added program act as a bridge which fills the gap between the formal education and the industry demands. The value added program is introduced for holistic development of students through academic flexibility. Student Training Program helps students for overall development of students.

Aim: To provide additional technical training, with the primary objective of improving the employability skills of students


  1. To improve employability skills of students to provide students an understanding of the expectations of industry.
  2. To provide platform to the students to work on live industry environment.

Outcomes: The students were aware about the various technologies used in the Industry.

Sr. No.
Name of the Student
Start-Up Details

Contact No.
Establishment Year


Mr. Viraj Tambe 

Shri Kedareshwar Enterprises

2Mr.Rahul Pandharinath DumbreShree Samarth Constructionrahuldumbre123@gmail.com2021

Skill development programs conducted.-STP I, II, III, IV & V etc.

Student Training Program-I,II, III

ClassModule nameStaff nameContents DeliveredDateStudents present
Civil Engineering
Ms. Sneha Bhende, Ms. Ankita BhondeModule 1 to 1025/9/2021,1/10/2021,9/10/2021,16/10/2021,23/10/202156,57,45,59,52,65,58,44,60,52
SESTP 2Ms. Sneha BhendeModule 1 to 425/02/2022, 11/03/2022, 25/03/2022, 08/04/2022119,123,116,118
TESTP 3Mr. Mahesh Mohite, Mr. Summit Thakur, Mr. A. V. DatyeModule 1 to 313/09/2021, 20/09/2021, 23/09/2021,27/09/202194,86,96,98
TESTP 4Ms. Sneha Bhende, Mr. R D Shinde25/02/2022,11/03/2022, 25/03/2022113,114,122
Civil Engg.To provide additional technical training, with the primary objective of improving the employability skills of studentsTo improve employability skills of studentsTo provide students an understanding of the expectations of industry.The students were aware about the various technologies used in the industry.


  • Strength

Affiliation to Savitribai Phule Pune University.

  • Good academic performance.
  • Experienced and qualified faculty and their retention.
  • Transparent, conducive and collaborative work environment. Innovative teaching- learning practices.
  • Sprawling 10 acre campus and infrastructure.
  • Well-equipped library with adequate collection of books and e-resources.
  • Effective implementation of VAPs, and STPs.
  • Good placement record.
  • Teacher guardian scheme.
  • Promoting staff to do Ph. D. Industry Institute Interaction Cell.
  • Under the aggies of the society which offers quality education for the past 24 years.
  • Accessible location.
  • Opportunities
  • There is scope for an inter-disciplinary and collaborative research.
  • To become center of excellence in renewable energy and Wireless Sensor Networks.
  • Development of e-learning resources.
  • Networking and strengthening relationship with stakeholders.
  • Induction of faculty with Ph.D qualification. Proximity to IT & Automobile industry hub for networking and partnership.
  • Challenges
  • Increasing the number of placements with higher perks.
  • Bridging the gap between academia and industry.
  • Attract meritorious students.
  • Future Plan

Industrial based research project for UG/PG/Ph.D.

  • Employment oriented certification courses; considering industrial requirement.
  • Enhancement in Training & Placement activities.
  • Industrial training to students and faculties.
  • Need based courses in association with industry and institutes.
  • Innovative Research, Publications and Patents
  • Upgrading laboratory facilities to promote research.



(Approved by AICTE:Govt. of Maharashtra; Affiliated to Savatribai Phule Pune University)

Address: 111/1, Warje, Pune-Mumbai Bypass Highway, Pune-411058

Phone: Office – +91-020-25218401/02 Principal/ Director – +91-020-25218406 Tele Fax: +91-20-25218405

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