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Gyanodaya’19 Inaugurated

Gyanodaya’19- “Education is a lifetime idea that will develop your character”-Swami Bhramhasthanandji

Tuesday 6th August, 2019, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management hosted GYANODAYA 2019, the Induction Program for First Year Engineering & MBA Integrated students. The function was inaugurated by lighting the traditional lamp at the hands of Swami Shri. Bramhasthanandji, President, Ramkrishna Math, Nagpur, Chief Guest for the occasion, Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar, Vice Chairman, RCOEM, Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal, Vice Chairman & President of the function, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM, Shri. Kailash Chandra Agrawal, Secretary RCOEM, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCOEM, Shri Ashok kumar Pacheriwala, Tresurer, RCOEM, Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal, Dr. Y. M. Sonkhaskar, Dean Students’ Representative Council (SRC) and Dr. Sanjogta Meshram, In-charge First Year BE.

Dr. Y.M Sonkhaskar, Dean, SRC introduced Swami Bramhasthanandji, the chief guest of the function who enlightened the audience on the meaning of GYANODAYA. Swamiji quoted a few teachings by Swami Vivekananda on education and character building and the ability to decide what to take in and discard. He also emphasized on being sincere and truthful in the endeavors one takes. He also  threw light upon the importance of real knowledge of working of mankind and character building. “Education is a lifetime idea that will develop your character” were his words.

Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal addressed the first-year students and asserted upon the importance of hard work and ethics. He gave an overview of the functioning and of all opportunities provided by the institute and shared his insights on having a clear vision and objective to be able to achieve a set goal. “Knowing is not enough, we must apply; Wishing is not enough, we must do” is his idea of true knowledge.

Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM addressed the gathering of parents and students by emphasizing on the importance of quality development in education.

The Principal presented the Gram Geeta to the Chief Guest and delivered his opening remark. It focused on the accomplishments of the college focusing on the recent national level achievements of the students, the colleges’ efforts and provisions for the overall development of the students and other academic and non-academic attributes of the college. He ended his note by extending warm and good wishes to the newly inducted students. 

In the second half of the function, Dr. S. D. Mohgaonkar, Dean Second Shift introduced the various deans, HODs and functional in-charges of the institutes. He also briefed about the various functional committees of the institution and the expectations and the responsibilities of the students towards the institute. He also urged the parents to be an active part of the various events and their responsibilities towards the same.

The previous day, Ms. Jharna De and DCP Shri Chinmay Pandit (Zone 2, Nagpur) had a motivational talk with students. Dr. Sanjogta M. Meshram (First Year In-charge), Dr. A.J. Agrawal (Dean Academics), Dr. Abhijeet A. Aghase (Controller of Examinations), Prof. N. M. Deshkar and Dr. Rashmi Shahu (In-charge Counselling Cell), Dr. Anupam Kher (Dean T&P), Dr. Preeti Voditel (Prof. In-charge GEMS), Dr. C. P. Pandhurnekar (Anti Ragging and Disciplinary Committee Member), Dr. J. P. Kalambe (Presiding Officer, ICC), Dr. Cynita Christy (Librarian, RCOEM), Dr. Y.M. Sonkhaskar (Dean SRC), Dr. Amit Anurag (HOD, Physical Education) addressed the students about their respective portfolios and existing facilities in the college.

Concluding the event, Ms. Jasmine Jadwani, Student Welfare Head, SRC and Mr. Yash Khandelwal, Cultural Secretary, SRC delivered the vote of thanks. The event was compared by Ms. Tanvi Bhat and Mr. Samwardhan Khandelwal, SRC Students of RCOEM.


Ranking in TOP 100 SWAYAM-NPTEL Local Chapters during NPTEL Exam Jul-Dec 2019


    Highlights of RCOEM, NPTEL Local Chapter During NPTEL Examination Run Jul-Dec 2019
  • Position in TOP 100 NPTEL Local Chapters
  • Topper of the Course : 3
  • Course Toppers (1%, 3%, 5%) :18
  • Gold category Certificates : 9
  • Silver category Certificates : 84
  • Elite category Certificates : 83

Club SAE INDIA RCOEM Collegiate

Team TRIDENT of Club SAE INDIA RCOEM Collegiate have scucessfully cleared the Virtual round of E- BAJA SAE INDIA 2020 and has been selected for the Final event to be held at Pithampur in January 2020 for which they will be fabricating an electric powered ATV.

The team has recieved 5 licences of ANSYS 19 R2 ( approximately 4 lac. each) for a period of one year and 25 licences of Solid Works (approx. 2.5 lacs each) for period of two years.

The students team comprises of 25 students from Mechanical, Industrial, EN and EDT branches. Their innovative design was approximated by the industry experts during the virtual round held at Chitkara University Chandigarh recently.
The entire project is sponsored by the college. The entire fabrication will be done in central workshop of the college.

RCOEM got 'Best New NPTEL Local Chapter' outside top 100 rated local chapter for July-Oct 2018.

NPTEL –  SWAYAM ,  RCOEM   Local Chapter : Id : 1981

Appreciation of Students and Faculty members of the college for their exemplary performance in the NPTEL Online Examination run July-Oct 2018 during the college annual function ‘PRATISHRUTI-19’ at the hands of Chief Guest,  Mr. Ghanshyam Ahuja , Alumnus of RCOEM, CEO, Copernicus Consulting Pvt Ltd. Singapore.

Highlights of RCOEM NPTEL Local Chapter during Examination Run July-Oct 2018

  • RCOEM NPTEL Local Chapter awarded with ‘BEST NEW NPTEL LOCAL CHAPTER ‘ (outside top 100 Local Chapters)
  • 47th Position in list of ACTIVE Local Chapters
  • Active SPOC Certificate : Dr. Asmita D. Deshpande
  • 1 Top Performing Mentor Certificate : Rajesh B. Raut
  • 1 Course Topper Certificate : Gaythri Band
  • Course Toppers Certificates
  • 1% topper category : Mr. Param Puranik, Ms. Pallavi Waghmare, Mr. Ashutosh Singh Prof. Sweta V. Jain.
  • 5% topper category : Mr. Sarang Nafde, Prof. Vrushali Bongirwar, Dr. Asmita D. Deshpande
  •  7 Gold category Certificates : Mr. Chaitanya .N. Asati, Mr. Kaivalya Sathe, Ms. Pooja Yadav, Mr.  Param Puranik ,Mr. Pooja Agrawal, Mr. Om Pandey, Mr. Ashutosh Singh

    • 65 Elite category Certificates
    • 19 Faculty Development Certificates (FDP) Certificates
    • 46 students have taken credit transfer through MOOCs on NPTEL against Open Elective of Semester VI (2018-19).
    • Pallavi Waghmare , student of VIth Semester from Department of  Management Technology has completed 2 Weeks Internship at IIT, Kharagpur under ‘NPTEL Internship Scheme’.

WAD Summer 2019

The 30th Edition of Workshop on Aptitude Development (WAD), a seven-days workshop was inaugurated with exuberance at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur on 3rd June, 2019. Mr. Rajat Kapoor, Founder, Director and CEO at the Ascent-Group, also an alumni of RCOEM was the chief guest of the inauguration function.

Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal of RCOEM and Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convenor of WAD were present on the dais.

Over 110 delegates from various colleges across Vidarbha have participated in the Workshop. Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convener WAD, in her opening remark said that the aim of such an endeavour was to explore the latent potential in each of the participant and help them to reach the highest altitude. She stated that WAD is a platform which gives one space to let yourself out. Dr Rajesh Pande, Principal RCOEM, said that times are changing, education is witnessing a lot of change. Types of jobs, employment and expectations from the candidates are changing and thus WAD helps individuals to live up to those.

The Chief Guest Rajat Kapoor in his address to the delegates said that he has noticed massive changes in technology and businesses over the past years. The most important change is the development of Brand India. The global reputation of India has phenomenally changed. Our country has got extraordinary amount of recognition. He shared his professional journey and stated that it taught him to have higher aspirations. He quoted that “Aspirations change civilizations”. The youth of the country should dream big and benchmark against the best was his opinion. He said that one should suffice his education with innovation and should try to innovate everything to make it better, faster and cheaper. He stressed on virtues like team-building, adaptation to changing workspaces, being open to new ideas and criticism, discipline and the need to have good communication skills. He also mentioned that one should evaluate changes on the basis of factual data rather than gender, cultural and racial biases. One should build a sense of gratitude and should contribute back to the society were his views. He concluded by saying that happy people achieve better than unhappy people and hence one should enjoy one’s journey of life. He ensured WAD’s success and gave best wishes to all the delegates and organisers.