Technovision 11.0


Technovision has always been a front-runner in achieving this motto since its inception. It has consistently grown in stature in terms of its content, infrastructure and logistics through the years. It attracts enthusiastic students and professionals from all over the country. The overwhelming crowd of such a huge magnitude and world-class technological display makes it a technical extravaganza. Technovision has scaled great heights of success through many years and paved its way into being considered as one of the biggest technical fests of Central India.

Technovision has been a commendable 15 years journey and this year also the college successfully organized its 11th edition. On 24th August, the inaugural ceremony took place in presence of the Chief Guest, Dr. Pramod M. Padole, Director of VNIT College. Honourable Shri Govindlalji Agarwal, General Secretary, Dr. Rajesh Pande, Principal; Dr.(Mrs.)R. R. Khandelwal, Convener and Prof. P. V. Shiwalkar, Co-convener were also present at the event. After lighting the lamp and delivering a motivational speech for all the students, the Chief guest also launched the technical Magazine ‘Souvenir', for the 11th edition of Technovision. The ceremony was followed by various events under this TechFest like robo-olympia, paperfest, breadboard maze and so on. They were a technical treat to all the enthusiasts. The cherry on the cake were the intriguing workshops that followed.

Robo-olympia was just the perfect event for young techies. It was held on 24th and 25th August 2018, under the guidance of our faculty incharge Prof. P.R.Selokar. It was comprised of 3 rounds with the initial round conducted on 24th August and the semi-finals and finals on 25th August. The event mainly focussed on how a bot can cross the obstacle course and reach the finish line in shortest duration of time for the first 2 rounds and the final round was a robo soccer match. This event tested everything including power of the robot and controlling skills.

Breadboard maze was also conducted on 24th and 25th of August under the guidance of our faculty incharge Prof. Jitendra Zalke. This event was based on electronic circuits in which electric circuits were implemented on breadboard  for getting the output without implementing them on PCB (Printed Circuit Board). Under third event, 3 rounds were conducted providing different tasks to the participants. In each round, qualifiers were decided on the basis of showing correct output and time taken to get the output.

Another interesting event was Aquabot which means water-robot (boat). This event was organized on 24th and 25th of August 2018, under the faculty incharge Prof. A. K. Jha, guiding the event. The main task in this event was to pick maximum number of boxes from one location and drop them to another location travelling through water in given time period. This event checked the robotic skills of the participants like design, control, stability, etc. The main challenge before the participants was to control the robot over turbulence. In the final round, 2 bots had to compete face to face. Team with the maximum points emerged as the winner.

Tech-quiz tested the technical awareness of the participants. It consisted of a series of online and offline rounds which tested their hands on technology and their spontaneity. The tests included questions from all domains like electronics, coding, mechanics, general awareness to test a technocrat. The first 2 rounds were online quizzes and the later was a buzzer round thus increasing the complexity and making it more interesting. The motive of the event was to increase technical awareness of the candidates and at the same time develop team spirit and trust among participating duo teams. It was held on 24th and 25th of August 2018.

Paperfest was a unique event under Technovision 11.0 which dilated the scope for aspiring engineers to present and discuss various aspects of electronic system design, software/hardware trade-off, electrical and mechanical applicable technologies. Students submitted their view-points in the form of paper relating to themes like Electronics, Computers, Mechanical/Industrial, Electrical, Civil, Engineering in Medicine. Initially, participants had to submit an abstract of their Research/Project. Based on that, competent teams were given a chance to present their papers and winners were based on their presentations. It was organized on 24th and 25th of August 2018, under the guidance of our faculty incharge  Dr.Madhuri Tayal.

Apart from events, various ravishing workshops under Technovision 11.0 included 3D Printing, Python Programming, Artificial Intelligence and many more.

3D printing is basically an Additive Manufacturing Technique. This workshop gave opportunity to all the participants to get acquainted with the working of a 3D printer which is going to revolutionize the world. The workshop dealt with recent developments in additive manufacturing and emerging 3D printing technologies, Rapid Prototyping, etc. Live demonstration on 3D printer ‘JULIA 2’ was given by our faculty incharge, Prof.M.G.Trivedi. The workshop was held on 23rd of August 2018.

The 2 day workshop on Data Analytics using Hadoop was conducted on 24th and 25th of August 2018, delivered by our faculty in charge, Prof. Shweta Jain. In this workshop, the participants got familiarized with different technology trends, salary trends, Big Data Market and different job roles in Big Data analytics like- what Hadoop is for, Hive and Pig can be used to analyze big data sets, High quality documents demos, Hive queries, Pig queries, how to install Hadoop in your machine and so on.

Another workshop which got overwhelming response was Python Programming. Held on 22nd and 23rd August 2018, our faculty in-charge, Dr.Ramchand Hablani taught students and helped them learn new concepts. Python programming language is used worldwide for the purpose of data science and analytics. In this workshop, students learnt the following things- Python Setup installation, how Python libraries integrate to make a larger system, practical application of Python, how to optimize and reduce the complexity of code and so on.

Familiarization with Solar Power System was also a very useful workshop conducted on 21st August 2018 delivered by our faculty in charge Prof. P. Sawarkar. The participants were provided with the knowledge about solar products and a demonstration on how to install and how to construct was also shown to the students.

The workshop on Modern Surveying Techniques focussed on new methodologies that are now a days being used on the field at present in India. Students were taught about TOTAL STATION and GIS. It included Introduction to Advanced Surveying Techniques, Introduction to Remote Sensing, demonstration of total station, etc. it was conducted on 25th August 2018. Our faculty in-charges Prof.H.D.Bhave  and Prof.P.P.Dahale were there to ignite the minds of young technocrats.

The Artificial Intelligence workshop was another workshop that caught attention of many. It was held on 24th and 25th August 2018 under the guidance of faculty in charge Prof. Vasundhara Rathod. The workshops introduced participants to Machine Learning and were trained on real image data. Total 16 hours of instructions were carried on. Two major projects were Predicting Stock Market Rates using previous records and Object Detection. The workshop had an overwhelming response from the students. It was conducted by Google Speakers, Mr. Ali Mustafa Shaikh and Mr.Charandeep Singh.

Thus, Technovision 11.0 undoubtedly proved to be a great learning platform and a memorable experience for all its participants.

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‘Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering And Management’, celebrated 72ndIndependence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervour on August 15, 2018. The gamut of celebration activities held in the campus by college management committee, SRC and NSS Unit, started by the hoisting of the Tricolour at 9:30am by the hands of Hon’ble Chief Guest Shri. Chandrakantbhai Thakar (Vice-Chairman, Shri Ramdeobaba Sarvajanik Samiti) in the presence of Shri. Govindlalji Agarwal (General Secretary, Shri Ramdeobaba Sarvajanik Samiti) and other respected Committee Members, Dr. R.S Pande (Principal, RCOEM) along with staff and students of the College. The national anthem echoed in the entire campus.


After the national anthem, The Vice Chairman addressed us reminding the students and the teachers of the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters and inspired us so that we would serve our motherland, ‘India’ with heart, body, and soul to bring it glory and laurels with our dignified deeds. Various acts were performed by Music club, Dance club and Drama Cluba wakening everyone’s feelings towards the motherland. Their acts enlighten us with the sacrifices of our freedom fighters which resulted in the feeling of patriotism in our hearts. The program was summed up with the distribution of snacks and sweets.

Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.

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Gyanaodaya-2018, an induction programme for the newly admitted first year students was held at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management on 9th August, 2018. Following the Indian cultures and values, the event began with the traditional lightening of the lamp & Saraswati Vandana. The event was graced by the auspicious presence of Swami Suvijneyanandaji, Ramkrishna math, Nagpur and the Vice-Chairman Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar along with Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal, Vice-Chairman RCOEM; Shri Govindlalji Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM; Shri Kailashchand Agrawal and Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCOEM; Shri Ashok Kumar Pacheriwala, Treasurer,  RCOEM; Dr. R. S. Pande; Principal, RCOEM, Dr. Y. M. Sonkhaskar; Dean SRC and Prof. (Mrs.) Prachi A. Saoji; First Year In-charge, RCOEM.

Dr. Y.M. Sonkhaskar introduced Swami Suvijneyanandaji, the chief guest of the function. Swamiji threw light upon the importance of real knowledge of working for mankind and character building. He also enlightened the students with the 5D’s of success – Discipline, Determination, Dedication, Diversity & Direction.

 Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar addressed the first year students and asserted upon the importance of hard work and ethics. He also stressed on “Simple Living and High thinking”.  He administered an oath to the newly inducted students that they will study hard, exercise regularly and be healthy.

Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal RCOEM gave the opening remark acknowledging on the glories and achievements of RCOEM and also gave importance about academics, examinations and new changes in the curriculum for the new batch. He also introduced about the offers and opportunities for UG and PG courses and informed about the autonomy.

In the second session, Dr. S. D. Mohgaonkar, Dean Second shift, Dr. S. B. Bodkhe, Dean Academics, Dr. A. A. Agashe, Controller of Examinations, Prof. N. M. Deshkar, Prof. In-charge Conselling Cell, Dr. Anupam Kher, Dean T&P, Dr. C. P. Pandhurnekar, Campus Discipline In-charge Dr. Preeti Voditel, Prof. In-charge GEMS, Dr. Cynita Christy, Librarian, Dr. Amit Anurag , HOD Physical Education addressed the students about existing facilities in the college.

Ms. Bhagyashree Sahu & Mr. Gagan Chordiya, the Joint Cultural Secretary, SRC, delivered the Vote of thanks, and the event was compared by Mr. Aman Paul and Ms. Nikita Pande.

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