RCOEM Alumni Bring Laurels in IES Exam 2017

Felicitation of Mr. Lohit Yadav, 1st All India Rank holder in  IES 2017 (Mechanical Engineering) at the hands of Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM

Besides, providing excellent technical education, RCOEM provides guidance and encouragement to the students for their all round development. The college also inculcates high values of patriotism and nation building. These were the words of Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary RCOEM who was speaking in the special function organised in the college to felicitate Mr. Lohit Kumar Yadav, the 1st All India Rank holder in IES examination (Mechanical Engineering) conducted in 2017. It is probably for the first time that a student from private engineering college has topped the list of successful candidates in IES exams. Mr. Saurabh Chitlange who secured 43rd All India Rank in the same exam was also felicitated on the occasion.

Both the students have completed their graduation in Mechanical Engineering from RCOEM.  Dr. R.S.Pande the Principal of the college appreciated the success of the students and said that it will motivate other students of the college to take up All India Exams such as IES, IAS etc..... It gives a chance to the students to utilise their technical and managerial skills for the nation and society.

Felicitation of Mr. Saurabh Chitlange, 43rd All India Rank holder in  IES 2017 (Mechanical Engineering) at the hands of Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM

L-R : Dr. Anupam Kher, Dr. K.N.Agrawal, Dr. M.M.Gupta, Mr. Saurabh Chitlange, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, Mr. Lohit Kumar Yadav, Dr. R.S. Pande, Dr. Mrs. Mrudula Korde

L-R : Mr. Lohit Kumar Yadav and Mr. Saurabh Chitlange

While replying the felicitation Mr. Lohit Kumar Yadav expressed his gratitude to the college and Department of Mechanical engineering for fostering positive attitude, effective study habits and sound technical foundation in him. He said that it is necessary that more and more students from Nagpur should appear for All India Exams as it will offer them a rewarding career. He further added that he made his own strategy to prepare for the exam. He read the interviews of those who had cracked the exams before him.  Regular meditation and Yoga helped him to concentrate on studies and saved him from stress.  For last couple of years he remained away from social media.

The success of Mr. Saurabh Chitlange is sure to motivate many. He said that there is no need for the students to lose hope even if they get setbacks in life. 

L-R: Dr. Anupam Kher, Dr. M.M.Gupta, Mr. Lohit Kumar Yadav, Dr. Rajesh Pande, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, Mr. Saurabh Chitlange, Dr. K.N.Agrawal, Dr. Mr. Mrudula Korde

Dr. K.N.Agrawal, Dr. M.M.Gupta, Dr. (Mrs.) M.S.Korde and Dr. Anupam Kher who were prominently present on the occasion also congratulated the students for their glaring success.

RTMNU has awarded Dr Rajesh Pande, Principal of RCOEM as the Best Principal.

Dr. Rajesh Pande, Principal of Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management was felicitated as Best Principal during Teacher’s Day function of RTMNU at Guru Nanak Bhavan at the hands of Chief guest Dr. Vikas Mahatme, VC Dr. S P Kane, Pro-VC Dr. Pramod Yeole and Registrar Puran Meshram.

Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) has adjudged Dr Rajesh Pande, Principal of Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM) as the Best Principal. Dr Pande was honoured during a programme organized to mark the Teacher’s Day on September 5, at Guru Nanak Bhavan, RTMNU campus.

RCOEM  received not one but two honours -- Best Principal Award and Best Teacher (Social Worker) award conferred upon Prof B M Hardas, Assistant Professor in Electronics engineering, RCOEM. Padma Shree and Rajya Sabha MP Dr Vikas Mahatme was the chief guest while Vice-Chancellor of RTMNU Dr S P Kane  presided over. Dr Pramod Yeole, Pro-Vice Chancellor, RTMNU,  grace the event. Management, faculty and staff members of RCOEM congratulated Dr. R.S.Pande and Prof. B.M.Hardas for this achievement

RCOEM Sanskrit Centre Inauguration

Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management has been approved as Non-Formal Sanskrit Education Centre of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Deemed University under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India. New Delhi. This scheme is only for colleges where Sanskrit Language is not taught. Total 51 such centers has been started in country. RCOEM is one of them. RCOEM Sanskrit center has been inaugurated on 28th August 2017 at the hands of noted Sanskrit scholar Dr. Chandragupta Warnekar. Shri Govindlal ji Agarwal, General Secretary RCOEM, presided over the function. Dr. S.D.Mohgaokar, Dean ( Second shift), Prof. B.M.Hardas, nodal officer of the centre and Prof. Chandramohan Goyal, expert faculty appointed by HRD ministry were prominently present. About 40 students, faculty and staff members are learning Sanskrit in different batches right from 6.30 am to 6.30pm.

 

Independence Day

On the auspicious occasion of 71st Independence Day, there was zealous celebrations organised on the grounds of Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur by college management committee and NSS Unit of RCOEM. The programme started with Flag Hoisting at 9:30 A.M. by the hands of Hon'ble Chief Guest Shri. Chandrakantbhai Thakar (Vice-Chairman, Shri Ramdeobaba Sarvajanik Samiti) in the august presence of Shri. Govindlalji Agrawal (General Secretary, Shri Ramdeobaba Sarvajanik Samiti ) , Dr. R.S Pande (Principal, SRCOEM) along with staff and students of the College.

Flag Hoisting was followed by National Anthem, and then Chief Guest enlightened the staff and students about importance of freedom with his motivational speech. Various acts were performed by Music club , Dance club and Drama Club. The celebrations reflected India's struggle for freedom, achievements after freedom in the sector of Agriculture , Science and Technology along with the plight of Naxalism. The ceremony concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Miss. Shrutika Patel (Secretary, NSS Unit) along with distribution of sweets.


Jai Hind!!


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Gyanodaya-2017

Gyanodaya-2017, an induction programme for the newly admitted first year students was held at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management on 5th August, 2017. Following the Indian cultures and values, the event began with the traditional lightening of the lamp. The event was graced by the auspicious presence of Rev. Swami Brahmasthananda; President of Ramkrishna math, Nagpur and also the Vice Chairman Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal, RCOEM; Shri Govindlalji Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM; Shri Kailashchand Agrawal and Shri  Rajendra Purohit, Secretaries, RCOEM; Shri Ashok Kumar Pacheriwala, Treasurer, RCOEM; Dr. R. S. Pande; Principal, RCOEM, Prof. S.H. Deshmukh; Dean SRC and Prof. Prachi A. Saoji; First Year In-charge, RCOEM.

Dr. Y.M. Sonkhaskar introduced Swami Brahmasthanandaji, the chief guest of the function. Swamiji threw light upon the importance of real knowledge of working for mankind and character building. He also stressed on following the path of Swami Vivekanada and work for the betterment of humanity.

Shri Satyanarayan Nuwal addressed students and asserted upon the importance of hardwork and ethics.   He also stated that the College is ragging free and has various disciplinary cells like the anti-ragging and anti-harassment cell.

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

Mr. Sanghpal Wasnik, the Joint Cultural Secretary, SRC, delivered the Vote of thanks and the event was compeered by Mr. Nihal Kashyap and Ms. Sanjana Nandy.

ARCEON 2016

The College continued with its winning streak for the third consecutive year by winning one of the top positions in the Annual College Magazine Competition held by Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University. Arceon’16 was awarded the 2nd prize in a high profile function held at Gurunanak Bhawan of RTMNU on the ‘Vardhapan Din’ of the University held on 4th August 2017. The Magazine team was felicitated by the Chief Guest for the function, Dr S P Kane, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of RTMNU and Dr Yeole, Hon’ble Pro-Vice Chancellor of RTMNU. The prize comprised a cash prize of Rs.5000 and a certificate.

The theme of Arceon’16 was ‘Startups’ that carried features of different successful start-ups initiated by College students. The magazine was entirely designed by the students of the magazine committee including the main cover and the section covers. The editors for the Arceon’16 magazine were Mihir Raichura, Rashmi Naidu and Shirin Chimthanawala and faculty coordinators were Dr Deepshikha Mehra, Dr Gayathri Band, Prof Pratishruti Singh and Prof Vandana Gandhi.

Workshop on Aptitude Development (WAD)

[ENCL- Photograph-L-R- Mr.Sanghpal Wasnik, Dr. R.S. Pande, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Dr. P.G. Yeole, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Mr. Sarvesh Shastri]

The Workshop on Aptitude Development (WAD) a seven day workshop was inaugurated at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur on 3rd July 2017.The chief guest of the function was Dr. P.G. Yeole, Pro Vice Chancellor, R.T.M.N.U.Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary RCOEM, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary RCOEM, Dr. R.S. Pande, Principal RCOEM and Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convener WAD were present on the dais.

Over 200 delegates from various colleges like IIIT Nagpur, D.Y.Patil College of Engineering Mumbai, Terna College, Mumbai, National Law University Delhi, Manipal University, BIT, Durg and different colleges from Nagpur participated in the workshop. In her opening remark Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convener WAD, said that the aim of such an endeavor was to explore excellence within an individual to help him reach to highest altitude. Dr. R.S Pande, Principal RCOEM, welcomed the chief guest Dr. P.G.Yeole. He also appreciated such kind of workshops and emphasized on the need to expand them on a local level. Quoting the famous autobiography of Jack Well, He said that our problem is instead of thinking mediocre and achieving it, we should think high and have high ambitions. Dr. R.S. Pande also stated that such kind of workshops prove to be helpful in placement procedure.

Dr. P.G.Yeole, in his inaugural address enlightened the audience with his inspiring words on the importance of presentation of individual’s personality and character. He also shared his views on job interviews and gave a few tips on the same. He explained the difference between aptitude and attitude relating it with sharpening the acquired skills and developing the inbuilt skills. Giving the famous concept of three mothers Dr Yeole said that our first mother is the biological mother, the second one is the teacher and the third one is our profession. Dr. Yeole also spoke about 3 D’s,that should have in every student’s life i.e. Discipline, Dedication and Determination. Shri Govindlal Agarwal in his presidential address spoke about how Engineers are leaders of the world, He also said that every student should learn to change oneself and accept others. He assured the delegates that this 7 day workshop will give a life time learning to all the participants

The Student Secretary Mr. Sarvesh Shastri proposed the Vote of Thanks. Student in Charge, Mr. Sanghpal Wasnik presented the report of WAD WINTER December’16.

SMART INDIA HACAKATHON’17

SHRI RAMDEOBABA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT BECOMES THE EPICENTRE OF TECHNOCRACY,HOSTS THE WORLD’S LARGEST SMART INDIA HACAKATHON’17

  • Non-stop 36 Hours digital programming competition begins
  • A total of 80 teams, from 16 states from all over India
  • World’s biggest hackathon
  • 698 problem statements under 26 Ministries
  • Judges Panel from RT&H Ministry, AICTE & Persistent Systems
  • PM Narendra Modi to interact with participants on 1st April, 2017

“Swadeshi, economic and sustainable innovations is the need of the hour and we all must strive incessantly to achieve it”, asserted Shri Nitin  Gadkari at the inauguration of Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon ’17, a pan Indian 36 hour nonstop digital programming competition, kickstarted at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur to conduct this mega technical extravaganza.

 

The event at RCoEM, Nagpur was formally inaugurated by Shri Nitinji Gadkari, Hon’ble Union Minister, Ministry of Road, Transport & Highways, Government of India. He was welcomed by the Shri Chandrakantbhai Thakar, Vice Chairman, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management. Shri Nitin Gadkari, spoke extensively on the theme ‘wealth from waste’ like biofuel, lithium battery, ethanol, etc. where he said that knowledge is the locus for futuristic development. He stressed on the fact that research and innovation is the need of the hour and students have a huge responsibility of coming up with sustainable and economically feasible solutions for the betterment of the countrymen. He elaborated on the various ambitious projects that the Ministry of Roads, Transport and Highways is undertaking for cost-cutting benefits. He mentioned about the state-of the art 9km long road tunnel that has been constructed at Srinagar which will be inaugurated by Shri Narendra Modiji, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on 2nd April, 2017. Shri Nitin Gadkari gave a clarion call to all the students and technocrats to contribute in nation building by encouraging swadeshi technology. He wished the students a technologically sound future. He also interacted with the members of the participating teams to know about their domain of problem statements and how they planned to come up with solutions. Prominently present at the occasion were Shri Dilip Malkhede, Advisor, AICTE;  Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCoEM;  Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCoEM;  Shri Shyamsundar  Rathi, Shri Sanjay Agrawal, Shri Dwarkaprasadji Gupta, Executive Members, RCoEM;  Dr R S Pande, Principal, RCoEM & Nodal Officer, Smart India Hackathon’17, Nagpur; Dr M B Chandak, Assistant Nodal Officer and delegates from NIC, Persistent Systems, various faculties and Heads of the Department, RCoEM. The programme was compeered by Prof Pratishruti Singh-Agarwal.

The icing on the cake for the participating teams at Smart India Hackathon’17 will be the live video interaction of PM Narendra Modi with over 10,000 young innovators across India today late evening. The 36 hour event includes hands-on training sessions by AICTE personnel, who will be also judging the competition. The panel of judges from the Ministry of Road, Transport & Highways includes Mr Sanjay Jaju, Director, NHIDL; Mr R C Palekar, General Manager, NHAI; Mr Vipin Mangla, General Manager, NHAI; Mr Mansoor Ul Haque, Director, MIC; Mr Sandeep Kumar, General Manager, NHIDL; Mr Tarun Srivastava, Director, NIC; Mr Shishir Dani, Project Manager, Peristent; Mr Madan Tiwari, CEO, Click2Cloud and Mr Kunal Kuller, Manager, NHIDL

The judges for the event at Nagpur centre from the Persistent Systems include - Mr Jaydeep  Ayachit, Mr Rahul Gade, Mr Niket Pathak, Mr Sachin Khot, Mr Naresh Waswani, Prashant Chaware, Shailesh Wadhankar, Prakshit Umare, Manoj Dhanorkar, Vinit Kapoor, Laxman Potbhare and Rajeev Reddy.

Recreational activities like yoga and zumba dancing have been planned to ease the young innovators’ minds during the hackathon.  The event will conclude on 2nd April, 2017 at 8:00 pm followed by valedictory function across all the 26 centres where prizes worth more than 50 lakh Rupees will be given away. All the prize winners will be connected to form a ‘Community of Innovative Minds’.

Dr S D Mohgaonkar, Dean Second Shift, RCoEM; Dr D S Adane, Head, Dept. of Information Technology; Dr Priti Voditel, Head, Dept. of Computer Application; Prof S H Deshmukh, Dean, SRC; Dr A A Khurshid, Head, Dept. of Electronics; Prof Lalit Agrawal; Dr M Korde; Dr R Pais, Head, Dept. of Management Technology; Dr J Kene, Dr Y Sonkhaskar, Prof M R Wanjari, faculty and student members have worked relentlessly to make Smart India Hackathon a successful event.

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