Computer Science Engg Dept students of RCOEM emerged as Winner for SIH 2020 of Ministry of Uttarakhand


Team 'NEW_WORLD_ORDER' of RCOEM Nagpur (CSE Department) has emerged as Winner for the statement MK91 of "Ministry of Uttarakhand" bagging prize money of INR 1 lakh at Nodal Centre: Graphics Era University, Dehradun.

Team Name : New_World_Order
Department : Computer Scienece & Engg, Sem-VII 
Team Leader:  Atharva Udapure
Team Members:
1. Gaurav Sharma
2. Nikhil Sahu
3. Ashlesh Mahule
4. Jigyasu Prakash
5. Manasi Namjoshi

Mentors:
Dr. M. B. Chandak
Prof. S. G. Mundada

R.T.M. Nagpur University has congratulated RCOEM for securing 113th (AIR) position in NIRF-2020 in Engineering Category

R.T.M. Nagpur University  has congratulated our College for securing 113th (AIR) position in NIRF-2020 in Engineering Category and also securing first position amongst unaided private Engineering Colleges in Maharashtra.

Abhinandan Prastav passed by R.T.M. Nagpur University

RCOEM signs Memorandum of Understanding with Kingsway Hospitals in the field of Bio-Medical Engg.

Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCoEM) added another feather to its cap when it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kingsway Hospitals, Nagpur. The MoU was signed on July 08, 2020 by Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM and Dr. R. R. Khandelwal, Director (Academics), Kingsway Hospitals in the presence of Mr. Anand Sancheti, Chairman, Board of Directors, Dr. Prakash Khetan, Managing Director, Dr. Pramod Gandhi, Director, and Mr. Amit Somani, BUH and Chartered Accountant from Kingsway Hospitals, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCoEM and Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal, RCoEM.

The signing of this MoU marks the beginning of a new relationship between technocrats and medical practitioners.The purpose of the agreement is to build a framework for establishing a cooperative and productive relationship to evolve a better system for the application of engineering aspects in the field of biomedical engineering. This interdisciplinary collaboration comes at a time when the nation needs the best of brains to come together and work towards a common cause.

Dr. R.R. Khandelwal discussed about the various opportunities in the field of biomedical engineering. He also spoke about the scope and importance of telemedicine in easing the clinical problems and infrastructure development in view of the expanding scope of the health care sector.

The MOU also expresses infrastructure and research support to foster the development of innovative health care applications. Hence this collaboration will open up new frontiers for faculty, students and researchers with expertise in diverse areas to work together towards the unified goal of creating products and techniques that will ease the work of technicians and medical practitioners.

This MoU is expected not only to increase joint research but also to result in development of solutions for the overall betterment of the society. Both the parties are committed towards creating an ecosystem that will increase sharing of resources and enriching the intellectual capacity of the researchers. It is also expected that the solutions generated through this tie-up will have far reaching implications and will lead to improvement in the health care services.

In photo: Left to Right – Dr. Rajesh Pande, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Dr. R.R. Khandelwal, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, Shri Anand Sancheti and Shri Amit Somani.

Confluence of Sanskrit and Technology MoU between KKSU and RCOEM

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was recently signed between Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM), a leading autonomous educational institution in Central India with Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University ( KKSU), Ramtek, a lone Sanskrit University in Maharashtra. The agreement is intended to combine ancient Sanskrit literature with modern science and technology. The MoU was exchanged in between Acharya Shrinivas Varakhedi, Vice Chancellor, Kavidkulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University and Prof. Nikhil Damle, Registrar, RCOEM. For the last three years, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has started a Non-formal Sanskrit Education centre at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management. Through this center, engineering students are receiving Sanskrit language training and trying to use the precious treasure hidden in Sanskrit literature and ancient literature for the benefit of the society. The agreement was signed through the visionary role of the Vice Chancellor Acharya Shrinivas Varakhedi and the RCOEM Principal Dr. Rajesh Pande. The MoU is expected to further boost the research attitude among faculty members, researchers and students of engineering and Sanskrit. Dr. Vijay Kumar CG, Registrar, KKSU; Dr. Prasad Gokhale, Director, Board of Planning and development, KKSU; Sumit Kathale, Assistant Registrar and Dr. Bhalchandra Hardas, Sanskrit Centre Coordinator, RCOEM were prominently present on the occasion.

Prof. Shrinivas Varakhedi and Prof. Nikhil Damle exchanging MoU between KKSU and RCOEM. Also  seen are Sumit Kathale, Dr. Vijay Kumar CG, Dr. Bhalchandra Hardas and Dr. Prasad Gokhale.

 

मध्य भारतातील अग्रगण्य शैक्षणिक संस्था श्रीरामदेवबाबा अभियांत्रिकी आणि प्रबंधन महाविद्यालय तसेच महाराष्ट्रातील प्रख्यात कविकुलगुरू कालिदास संस्कृत विद्यापीठ , रामटेक यांच्यात नुकताच सामंजस्य करार करण्यात आला. प्राचीन संस्कृत साहित्य आणि आधुनिक विज्ञान आणि तंत्रज्ञानाचा समन्वय व्हावा यासाठी हा करार करण्यात आला आहे. कविकुलगुरू कालिदास संस्कृत विद्यापीठाचे कुलगुरू आचार्य श्रीनिवास वरखेडी आणि  श्रीरामदेवबाबा अभियांत्रिकी आणि प्रबंधन महाविद्यालयाचे कुलसचिव प्रा निखिल दामले यांनी सामंजस्य करार हस्तांतरित केला. रामदेवबाबा अभियांत्रिकी महाविद्यालयात गत तीन वर्षांपासून मानव संसाधन विकास मंत्रालयाचे अनौपचारिक संस्कृत शिक्षण केंद्र सुरु झाले आहे. या केंद्रामार्फत अभियांत्रिकी विद्यार्थी संस्कृत भाषा प्रशिक्षण प्राप्त करीत असून संस्कृत साहित्य आणि प्राचीन वाङ्मयात दडलेला अनमोल खजिना यांचा समाजाला उपयोग व्हावा यासाठी प्रयत्नरत आहे. कुलगुरु आचार्य श्रीनिवास वरखेडी आणि  रामदेवबाबा महाविद्यालयाचे महाविद्यालयाचे प्राचार्य डॉ राजेश पांडे यांच्या दूरदृष्टी भूमिकेतून कराराचे सूतोवाच झाले. प्रस्तुत करारामुळे अभियांत्रिकी आणि संस्कृतचे प्राध्यापक, संशोधक आणि विद्यार्थी यांच्यातील संशोधन वृत्तीस अधिक चालना मिळावी असा विचार आहे. रामटेक येथे संपन्न झालेल्या या करार हस्तांतरण सोहोळ्यास कविकुलगुरू कालिदास संस्कृत विद्यापीठाचे कुलसचिव डॉ विजयकुमार सी जी , नियोजन आणि विकास मंडळ संचालक डॉ प्रसाद गोखले , सहायक कुलसचिव सुमित कठाळे आणि श्रीरामदेवबाबा अभियांत्रिकीचे बौद्धिक संपदा विभाग समन्वयक डॉ भालचंद्र हरदास प्रामुख्याने  उपस्थित होते.

International Yoga Day 2020

As part of worldwide celebration of 6th International Yoga Day on 21st June, the Department of Health, Physical Education & Sports of RCOEM, Nagpur has also celebrated this day on digital platform Google meet with great enthusiasm.

Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that has its roots in India. This year International Day of Yoga aims to raise awareness around the world, regarding the many benefits of practicing the yoga one of which is that it help individual to fight stress and also alleviate other ailments including depression and anxiety.

The theme for this year International Yoga Day 2020 is 'Yoga at Home, Yoga with Family'. The theme highlights that yoga is a powerful tool to deal with stress of uncertainty and isolation and helps maintaining physical well-being.

 

This year Yoga session of around 1 hour was organized in which 50 teaching and non-teaching faculty, students and staff took part enthusiastically. Session stars at morning 8:30 on Google meet under guidance of Shri Manoj singh Bangariya a certified yoga teacher of patanjali. The yoga session started with Prayers, and systematic practice of different ‘ASANAS” of standing, sitting and laying positions (both lying on back and reverse) smoothly changing in succession under the instructions and supervision of yoga teachers. During the course of “YOGABHYAS”, the yoga teacher also narrated the usefulness of different “ASANAS” as a precautionary measure, in curing many diseases and the usefulness of yoga in the overall wellbeing of a human being.

More than 50 Participants took part in this occasion, everyone who attends the session performed yogic exercises and ‘PRANAYAM’ to celebrate this day. Instructor also suggest participants to practice yoga regularly, it will surely help them to achieve a better life, physically, mentally and spiritually as well.

Women's day Celebration

On the occasion of International Women’s Day: in a sign of  Increasing sensitivity to the health of women,  the NSS Unit and Women Empowerment Cell  of  Shri Ramdeobaba college of Engineering & Management, conducted a workshop on Natural Detoxification, Kinds of Pains and Stress for Women,  in the MBA Auditorium from 2-3 pm on 11th March 2020. The guest speakers were Dr. Meera Gupta, Dr. Aparna Gupta and Arpita Gupta from Nature आलय. 83 teaching and Non-teaching faculties as well as students of almost all the branches attended this event.

Prof. Dr. Neeta Shah presided over the workshop which began with the importance of Women’s health in day to day life. She also encouraged the need to strengthen women’s immunity for the overall development of women in the society. The second part of the program was the highlight of the workshop. Herein, Dr. Meera and Aparna Gupta conducted a highly interactive and enjoyable session. Dr. Gupta displayed various household methods to get rid off everyday pains of the women’s body by using hot/cold water patch, mud therapy and by the consumption of household spices.

The program ended with a vote of thanks by Dr. Sunita Dhote, DMT and In-charge, Women Empowerment Cell. . The session was a thorough learning experience. Dr. Amrita pande, Asst. Prof, Department of physical Education, RCOEM coordinated the Event on behalf of NSS.