The Sixth International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools and Application (IPTA 2016) attended by Prof. Anish Goel

Prof. Anish Goel (EC department) participated and presented his paper titled "Median Based Pixel Selection for Partial Image Encryption" at The Sixth International Conference on Image Processing Theory, Tools and Application (IPTA 2016) hosted by University of Oulu, Finland from 12th Dec. to 15th Dec. 2016. This paper was co-authored by Mr. Kaustubh Chaudhari, EC 2016 batch pass-out.


During the conference Prof. Goel was offered to work collaboratively on the same research with a French University by Dr. William Peuch, Professor and Director of ICAR Project, Laboratoire d'Informatique, de Robotique et de Microélectronique de Montpellier, France.



Prof. Anish Goel with Dr. Jukka Riekki, Dean and Professor, Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Oulu  (LEFT)  and with Prof. Christian Weiser, Research Scientist and Instructor, Computer Science Department, University of Oulu. (RIGHT)

Workshop on Aptitude Development

The chief guest of the function, Dr. S. K. Mahajan, Director, Directorate of Technical Education inaugurated the workshop

Workshop on Aptitude Development (WAD), a seven day workshop on aptitude building and personality development was inaugurated at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur on 15th December, 2016.

The chief guest of the function, Dr. S. K. Mahajan, Director, Directorate of Technical Education inaugurated the workshop. Around 200 delegates from various colleges like SMMCA, Tirpude Institute of Management Education, YCCE, Frankfinn institute, Singhad College of Engineering, Pune, Natwarlal Maniklal Dalal College of Art and Commerce, Gondia etc. participated in the workshop. Dr. Rashmi Shahu, Convener, WAD, gave the opening remark and thanked the chief guest for gracing the occasion. She illustrated how WAD helps the students gain an insight of their latent skills. She also stressed on the importance of aptitude along with the difference between attitude and aptitude. Dr. R.S.Pande, Principal, RCOEM explained the philosophy behind organising the workshop. Dr. S. K. Mahajan, in his inaugural address, stated the three ‘E’ factors that determine our attitude–Environment, Experience and Education and emphasised on the need of inculcating a positive attitude and motivated the delegates to dream big and aim high. He quoted William James “The greatest discovery of my generation is human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind”. He also cited the examples that revealed how ordinary people can achieve success in life with extraordinary efforts. He also inspired the audience with the Famous Hindi quote “Koshish karne valo ki kabhi haar nahi hoti” and motivated the students. Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM stressed on concentrating on books and newspapers rather than mobile phones which inspired the participants. Student In–charge Mr Aggya Singhal delivered the report of WAD Summer 2016. The Student Convener Mr Adhyat Modi proposed the vote of thanks.  


The students of Department of Civil Engineering, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur had organized  central India’s largest civil techno event NEEV – A National Convention of Civil Engineering Students on 15th,17th,18th & 19th October, 2016 under the banner of CESA-Civil Engineering Students Association. More than 1000 Civil Engineering students participated in six different technical events & two workshops from all around the Central India. NEEV 2016 this year aimed to promote the concept of SUSTAINABILITY IN CIVIL ENGINEERING.

The NEEV started its activities by organizing a social event on the auspicious day of Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October 2016 as their Corporate Social Responsibility towards society & named it as NEEV-Our Social Face with the collaboration of a home grown NGO “Sankalp-Nayi Soch Nayi Ummeed”. This drive included Cleanliness Drive at Futala Lake where local cleanliness NMC workers were also felicitated with a shawl & a memento. A free Health Check up Camp at the Sundergarh High School with Awareness for under privilege people was organized under the guidance & collaboration with Meditrina Institute of Medical Science and a Tree Plantation Drive near RCOEM Campus.

NEEV2016 was formally inaugurated on 15th October. The chief guest for the function was Dr. Vimal Ghalot, Engineer, PWD Research Wing, Bikener, Rajasthan. The day then began with the first workshop of NEEV conducted on the idea of “Attitude Aptitude Attribute”enhancement of corporate skills of participants. The extravaganza of NEEV continued on 18th October too as formal two days technical Workshop on this year’s theme “SUSTAINABILITY IN CIVIL ENGINEERING” was inaugurated. Both the workshop got a huge applause from the participants as renowned faces with great experience & expertise in the field gave the lectures on the workshop topics.

NEEV2016 also had its celebrated events Mad-4-Cad, Tender-Filling, Buildcon, Elucidation and Elevate also started with a great enthusiasm on 17th October whereas the Town-O-Planner event started on 18th October. Students participated in a huge numbers in all the events and workshop in a thirst to learn something new and return back with cherishing memories.


An International Conference on Management and Information Systems (ICMIS 2016) was held in Bangkok on 23rd and 24th September, 2016 organized by International Forum of Management Scholars (INFOMS) and Chitkara University. The paper titled “The factors of organizational role stress affecting the stress level of IT employees in Nagpur city” authored by Dr. Gayathri Band and Dr. Neeta Shah, of Department of Management Technology, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management and Mr. Sriram Rajagopalan , Electrolux Appliances, Dubai won the Outstanding Best paper Award at ICMIS 2016. The paper also received appreciation on the research carried out in the paper. Dr Neeta Shah also chaired a technical management session in the International Conference. 

Dr. Monika R Seth Brings laurels to RCOEM


Dr. Monika R. Seth , Assistant Professor in the Department of Humanities has brought laurels to the college. She has received an International Honour as her name has been enlisted in prestigious International Publication entitled, “ASIA/PACIFIC WHO’S WHO” volume XIV published in 2016 for her academic achievements.

‘ASIA/PACIFIC WHO’S WHO’ volume recognises the outstanding achievements of people from Asia Pacific region who have significantly contributed for the promotion and amelioration of society in different domains.

Vishwakarma Cup

Rohit Nagbhidkar and Ramkrishna Kulkarni with the Vishwakarma Cup

Rohit Nagbhidkar and Ramkrishna Kulkarni of Computer Science and Engineering department awarded with Vishwakarrna Cup at “Genesis 2016”- National Level Project competition for their project titled "Gate Automation and Home Safety" organized by Dharampeth Polytechnic, Nagpur on 4th February 2016. They also bagged the 1st prize in Model Competition in Intercollegiate Competition on “Advanced Applications of Science” 2016 conducted by Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College of Engg. & Technology, Nagpur on 27th February 2016. The project has been developed under the RGSTC-TIFAC-MSME Internship Scheme.

Project Competition on “E-Governance”

Students of CSE department being felicitated by Hon'ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis

Tushar Sahay , Sagar Ayalani, Avnika Goyal and Shriya Shivankar of Computer Science and Engineering department won the 1st Runner-up position in Project Competition on “E-Governance” organized by Directorate of Technical Education, Nagpur and G.H. Raisoni COE, Nagpur on 18th January 2016. These students were felicitated by Hon'ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis. They also showcased their project in COMP-EX 2016 Nagpur Next- IT Based Project Competition organized by Vidarbha Computer and Media Dealers' Welfare Association.