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Around 29 students from  Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner  got placed in Tata Consultancy Services while the comapny came on c...

STUDENTS PLACED IN TCS - A proud Moment for all of us at AVCOE

Around 29 students from Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner got placed in Tata Consultancy Services while the comapny came on campus for recruitments, as is customary for the college. 


Students from branches like Computer, IT, Electrical, Mechanical and EnTC emerged out with flying colors, ready to take on the corporate world.

AVCOE wishes them all the very best for their future. We hope this shining lot upholds the prestige and face of the college in the corporate world too.

The list of students who got placed is as follows:


Reference Id Candidate Name Branch Package

CT20141200698 Priyanka Sapkal Computer Engg 3.53 LPA

CT20141200789 Saylee Kadhane Computer Engg 3.53 LPA

CT20141200820 Pratik Thorat Computer Engg 3.53 LPA

CT20141200737 Mayur Ghumare Electrical 3.53 LPA

CT20141200799 Shubham Ghodeswar Electrical 3.53 LPA

CT20151532993 Vinita Shinde Electrical 3.53 LPA

CT20141202188 Sachin Bhikane Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141202544 Dhananjay Tanpure Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141202897 Gaurav Wagh Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141202904 Harshavardhan Walte Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141203743 Neelkumar Panchal Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141206635 Tushar Kotkar Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141390953 Nilesh Mungase Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20151726258 Tejas Gadhe Mechanical 3.53 LPA

Akshay Aghav Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20151727357 Niraj Joshi Mechanical 3.53 LPA

CT20141200844 Aziz Baduda IT 3.53 LPA

CT20141200853 Akanksha Gadekar IT 3.53 LPA

CT20141200854 Uma Bhosle IT 3.53 LPA

CT20151533777 Pratibha Bhawar IT 3.53 LPA

CT20151536743 Damini Kadlag EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141203241 Swapnil Kinge EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20151523762 Snehalata Raut EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141200968 Vishal Pandule EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141201309 Prajakta Paimode EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141200683 Shivhar Shrimangal EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141200677 Sheetal Galande EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141200679 Dipika Varpe EnTC 3.53 LPA

CT20141200680  Pradnya Bhor EnTC 3.53 LPA

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Welcome to Amrutvahini College of Engineering's Alumni!  AVCOE maintains a cordial relationship with its valued alumni who have played a...

Alumni Connect




Welcome to Amrutvahini College of Engineering's Alumni! 

AVCOE maintains a cordial relationship with its valued alumni who have played an equally important role in establishing it as a reputed brand. They make up our team of valued ambassadors to inculcate and spread good word about the college. 

We at AVCOE have successfully acquired 8thrank amongst all the colleges in Maharashtra. We hope to garner a strong steady relationship with the alumni to establish a firm foundation for networking and other philanthrophic opportunities that the college hopes to inculcate amongst all its pupils.

Investing in your Alma Mater is one of the best ways to connect with them.
If you have yet not connected with us, now is the time!

Stay in touch!



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Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner is hosting " Amrutfest (2015-16) " . Amrutvahini College of Engineering is organiz...

AMRUTFEST 2015-16

Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner is hosting "Amrutfest (2015-16)" .


Amrutvahini College of Engineering is organizing its Annual Fest "Amrutfest (2015-16)"
It is a socio-cultural Fest which is open to and for students and pupils from all streams and branches. It will be a fun- filled Fest with activities ranging from music, dance, instrument playing, painiting and acting etc. The College welcomes pupils from all streams and branches to participate in this Fest and offers a plethora of events and competitions to take part in and win amazing prices and gifts

Events for Amrutfest are:

1.       Group Dance
2.       Singing
3.       Instrument Playing
4.       Skits Musical Drama
5.       Fashion Show
6.       Extempore
7.       Mimicry
8.       Spot Painting Cartooning
9.       Spot Poetry

Prizes:

1st- Rs. 11,000/-
2nd- Rs. 7,000/-
3rd- Rs. 5,000/-

Momento & Certificates
Each event 3 prizes

Prizes:

1st- Rs. 5,000/-
2nd- Rs. 3,000/-
3rd- Rs. .2,000/-
Momento & Certificates
Each event 3 prizes

The last date of registration is 20th August 2015.

Cultural Incharge- Prof. Vilas B. Shinde



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Workshop for Faculty Members on Techniques of Teaching Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner's R & D Consultancy and I P R C...

Workshop on Techniques of Teaching

Workshop for Faculty Members on Techniques of Teaching

Amrutvahini College of Engineering, Sangamner's R & D Consultancy and I P R Cell organized a workshop on techniques of teaching on 25th July, 2015 .

The workshop was a lucrative one, wherein, the teaching skills of teachers were brushed up. They were introduced to new lucrative ways to teach their pupils and inculcate better teaching skills in them to aid better education and learning habits. The entire faculty took part in the workshop and were intoduced to new and better standards of teaching and ways in which they could manifest the art of learning amongst the students, staff, faculty and management in general.

The Workshop proved to be a thoroughly successful one.

The Resource Person:

1. Prof. J.B. Gurav
2. Prof. M.R. Wakchure


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Faculty Development Program Amrutvahini College of Engineering organized a Faculty Development Program on 31 st August, 2015 and 1 st Sep...

Faculty Development Program

Faculty Development Program

Amrutvahini College of Engineering organized a Faculty Development Program on 31stAugust, 2015 and 1st September, 2015 on CAD-CAM Automation, CAE & FEA, CIM & FMS hydraulic pneumatics and mechatronics. This workshop was in association with Indiasoft Ltd.


The Coordinators were:

1.       Prof. V.D. Wakchaure
2.       Prof. R.S. Tajane 

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       Amrutvahini College of Engineering's Information Technology Department organized a Workshop on Android on 11th July, 2015. It was...

IT Dept Organizes Workshop on Android

      
Amrutvahini College of Engineering's Information Technology Department organized a Workshop on Android on 11th July, 2015. It was organized by Prof. Bhosale R.S. in association with Geeks India lab Pvt. Ltd.



The department has established a reputation for its excellent result and placements. The department has highly qualified staff. It has state-of-the-art laboratories with latest software. Students are trained in computer programming for engineering applications to meet the IT Industry challenges. The department is an authorized center for conducting microsoft IT training program. It has Virtual classes and conference series from Watchwitz technologies, Nagpur.

The department has Student association SISTES (Society of Information Technology Engineering Students) for departmental student’s Co-Curricular and extra-curricular activities.

The department also has ‘Departmental Library’ for the departmental students having reference as well as text books. The library also contains different reference project as well as seminar reports.
The department is also providing LCD and projector facility for the effective teaching.

The department has been offering its BE and ME courses in Information Technology since 2001 and 2012 respectively.  




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Amrutvahini College Of Engineering, Sangamner's Department Of Civil Engineering is organizing a two day National Level Event "Techn...

Department of Civil Engineering Holding Event

Amrutvahini College Of Engineering, Sangamner's Department Of Civil Engineering is organizing a two day National Level Event "Technoamrut-2015" in association with CESA (Civil Engineering Students Association) & IEI on 10th September, 2015 and 11th September,2015. IEI is a student chapter established by the Department, which organizes guest lectures on various subject for overall development of students.     

The faculty members of the Civil Engineering Department are having their publications in various refereed/ impact factor journals of Francis, ISH, Modern Applied Sciences, IJEIT, IJMER, IJAIR, Elixir, IJCTEE, IJERT etc. The faculty members are contributing as reviewers/ referees in the journals of Elsevier, John Willey and Sons etc. Faculty members are also associated in various kinds of R & D projects at university and AICTE level.

The department also organizes various workshop, seminar and conferences at state and national level. The department is organizing value added courses for various software’s, like STADD Pro, Auto-CAD etc. for final year students. Department has modern Fluid Mechanics Lab with all new equipments. The departmental library has sufficient numbers of books.

Department involves in various college activities like gathering and sports. Every year department is organizing events like TechnoAmrut, which gives platform to the students for  developing technocrat skills.

Department has focused on making the students enough competent to get placed in well reputed companies like AFCON Infrastructures, IVRCL Hydrabad, Godrej Infrastructures, Dorche India, Magarpattacity Pune, Protious Nashik etc.


The event list is as follows:      

1.      Crane War
2.      Paper Presentation
3.      Setting Out
4.      Tug of War
5.      Draft Power
6.      Design Maniac
7.      Bridge kriege
8.      Unseen AVCOE
9.      Box Cricket
10.  Buzz Quiz

Prizes worth Rs. 1 lakh at stake for the winners.



Student Coordinator
 Indrajeet Deshmukh
 Tejal Thorat
Coordinator
Prof. S.B. Kandekar


Organizing Secratory
Prof. S.B. Kandekar


Convener
Prof. M.R. Wakchaure


Chief Coordinator
Dr. N.U. Mate

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I do a lot of public speaking, and like a lot of speakers, I use PowerPoint slides and want the audience to remember what I say about those ...

PowerPoint: A Communication Curse?


I do a lot of public speaking, and like a lot of speakers, I use PowerPoint slides and want the audience to remember what I say about those slides. I, like probably most in an audience, have been in the audience where speakers relied on PowerPoint, and as listeners we often discover that we don't remember much of what was shown.
            Slide presentations are ubiquitous, in education, government, and industry. Their misuse has been blamed for many of the problems in education and for some bad policy thinking and decisions in government (security briefings) and the military (Iraq war decisions). Critics have complained that PowerPoints tend to be relentlessly sequential and nested, reflect sound-bite thinking, present a pitch rather than encouraging reasoning, and have more style than substance (http://www.edwardtufte.com).
A recent study tested the question of how PowerPoint affects recall of the information presented. This question was prompted by several studies the authors cited showing that in school settings, PowerPoint actually interferes with learning. As a partial replication attempt, this latest study evaluated the remembering in a non-school environment, namely religious sermons.
The subjects were regular members of a church attending PowerPoint-based regular sermons at their church. Their average age was 54 and they had been members of that church on average for 16 years. Members listened to sermons under several PowerPoint conditions and were tested for recall by an on-line multiple-choice survey four days after each sermon. Each survey had 12 questions that covered content, concepts, and general points of the sermon.
The first hypothesis tested was that memory of the sermon content would be better when the preacher’s slides included images in addition to words than with images only or words only. Slightly more concepts were remembered from slides that had words and pictures than slides that only had pictures. Otherwise, there were no differences.
The second hypothesis tested was that PowerPoint with graphics would be no more effectively remembered than sermons that did not use PowerPoint. Results indicated that it didn’t matter much for recall whether slides had words only, pictures only, or both. Most importantly, no differences could be detected between recall of sermons where slides were used and where no slides were used.
No details were provided on how wordy the slides were (key words are better than long phrases and sentences) nor on how effectively the graphics reinforced the ideas (they could have been a distraction).
I agree with the authors’ conclusion that “PowerPoint has the advantage of structuring and sequencing ideas in a presentation but that “it cannot overcome the need for clarity of thought, rhetorical focus, and effective communication skills.”
Why is it hard to remember content in PowerPoint presentations? The authors did not delve into the reasons for the ineffectiveness of PowerPoint. Some of the problems in their study might be unique to a worship service environment. But let me suggest some possibilities that could exist in any presentation environment. Many possibilities exist, but of course they vary with the speaker and how the slides are constructed and used.
In the first category of problems, we can cite the slides themselves:
·         Poor slides. Too many speakers put too much material on a given slide, use too many words on each slide, and have slides that are either boring or distracting to look at.
·         Too many slides. Many PowerPoints are an information dump, overwhelming the audience with too many facts and ideas. To finish the presentation on time, the speaker may rush through the slides, compounding the cognitive overload problem.
·         Poor use of graphics. Slides may lack graphics all together or have graphics that are distracting because they do not reinforce the ideas conveyed on the slide.

In the second category of problems, we can cite how the speaker uses the slides:

·         Reading the slides. The communication should come from the speaker, which does not happen when the speaker is reading text on slides that the audience is already reading (and probably finished long before the speaker finishes).
·         Failure to interact with the audience. Audiences are passive by nature. Optimal memory requires active engagement. Slides don’t stimulate engagement the way speakers can and should. PowerPoint lectures are speaker oriented, whereas effective learning and remembering requires content and audience orientation.

I recognized these problems long ago from watching professors and in my own college lecturing experiences. This led me to publish a paper on how to make PowerPoint presentations more memorable. Even when well done, there are limits to what can be achieved with slides.
Power Point teaching can trap teachers into bad teaching. The basic problem is that such presentations promote passive listening, rather than active learner engagement.
Slide shows should engage and motivate. Too often, they actually compete with learning. Slides should provide useful animations and graphics. But slide shows may not be the best way to disseminate basic information. Basic information is best conveyed in ways where the audience, not a presenter or teacher, can control the pace. That is why books, journals, videos, and the Web are preferable for disseminating information.
A typical instructional slide show presents a continuous long series of information-dense slides without pausing for reflection, engagement, and interaction. The teacher drones on, and slide images merge into a forgettable blur. Full engagement with the content in a slide show won’t occur unless the presenter builds in frequent discussion, questions, problems, and tasks.

Sources:

Buhko, A. A., Buchko, K. Jl., and Meyer, J. M. 2015. Is there power in PowerPoint? A field test of the efficacy of PowerPoint on memory and recall of religious sermons. Computers in Human Behavior. 28, 688-695.

Klemm, W. R. 2007. Computer slide shows: a trap for bad teaching.  College Teaching. 55(3), 121-124.

Dr. Klemm's books include Mental Biology, Memory Power 101,
 and Better Grades, Less Effort

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