Minutes of the meeting of Board of Governors AESCOET (Polytechnic).
Held on 15 th October 2016 at 2.00 pm in the office of the Polytechnic building.
The following members were present:
1. Mr.Rajeev Gulabrao Jagtap President,AES,Pune.
2. Mrs. Sunita Rajeev Jagtap Secretary, AES,Pune.
3. Mr. Sanjeev Gulabrao Jagtap Vice-President,AES,Pune.
4. Mr. Sureshwar Laxman Takawale Trustee,AES,Pune.
5. Mr.Dalal P. HR ,Nifab PVT.Ltd,Pune.
6. Mr.Gaikwad Prasad HR, Godrej & BoyceMfg.Ltd.Shirwal
7. Mr.Patil Prashant Jagannath Principal,AESCOET (Poly)
8. Mr. Lagdive R.B. HOD Computer Dept.
9. Mr.Bhalerao D.T. Sr.Lecturer Of General Science Dept.
Hon. Rajivji Jagtap was in the Chair. He then briefed the board about the polytechnic’s existing
activities and conveyed the Member Secretary to conduct the Meeting.
The Member Secretary read out the minutes of the previous meeting held on Saturday 15th
October 2016 and the same were approved and confirmed.
He then read out the measures adopted and steps taken with respect to the MSBTE Academic
monitoring as recommended by Governing Body.
At the outset, Prof. Prashant Patil explained the present process of First year Admission 2016-
17 and Direct 2nd year 2016-17. As per Govt. ordinance 2015, all the admission including
Minority Seats, except institutional Quota seats of 1st year and direct 2nd year shall be filled
through State Common Entrance Cell under CAP rounds. He further stated that that registration
and documents verification is made compulsory for each and every student for admission under
Diploma courses, by the State Common Entrance Cell. The necessary steps are being taken bythe institute to process F.Y. and Direct 2nd year admission in accordance with the rules &
regulations and notifications issued by the State Cell from time to time .
He further informed the members that there is no information from Shikshan Shulka Samiti
about submission of Fixation of fees, till date.
Prof. Prashant Patil informed the Committee members that, as there were poor response for the
Diploma from the students since last 3 years, it was decided to more emphasis must be given to
skill based Education rather theoretical knowledge from the Academic year 2017-18
Also he informed to the member about the latest Approval Process Handbook 2016-17, made it
compulsory to have NBA accreditation as qualifying criteria to introduce any new course in an
Prof. Prashant Patil presented the suggestions and recommendations made by various
committees, viz. Finance Committee, Equipment Committee, Building Committee and Staff
Selection Committee. Each point was discussed in detail and the following resolution was
Prof. Prashant Patil informed the member about Hostel activities like yoga, seminar, internet
facility in the hostel, cultural activities in the hostel, rules and regulation for the hostel students
and the success rate of the hostel students.
Mr. Lagdive R. B. informed that Engineers Day celebrated in the institute in order to give
opportunity to students to showcase their ideas and develop competency in Technical Projects
and Technical Paper Presentations, was a grand success and should be conducted in the Institute
every year. The same was appreciated and accepted unanimously.
Mr. Gaikwad Prasad suggested that efforts to be made to conduct long duration Industrial Visits
by each department to give students exposure to hands on experience. And immediately Rajivji
Jagtap sir immediately sponsored and suggested the Industrial Visit at ISRO Bangalore. The
same was unanimously accepted.
SPORTS & GATHERING
Mr. Nana Takwale Suggested that institute should promote cultural activities like gathering and
Social activities like Blood donation camp, plantation ,PUC camp and also to promote sports
in every possible way and should start sending student to participate in various Inter-Zonal
Sports competitions. Sanjeevji Jatap sir suggested to conduct gathering of the institute atGanesh Kala Krida mandal Pune ,and conduct the Social activities on the Occasion Of
Campus foundation day.
The same was discussed in detail and the proposal was accepted unanimously.
Mr.Rajeev Gulabrao Jagtap suggested that institute should start various “skill development”
courses to take benefit of opportunities offered by “PradhanMantriKaushalVikasYojana” and to
make use of existing infrastructure. The same was discussed in detail and the proposal was
appreciated accepted unanimously.
Mrs. SanjeevJI Jagtap suggested that each of the five departments of the institutes should
decide a “Departmental Vision” for their department and start working towards achieving that
vision, to give better clarity of thoughts and actions to the faculty. The same was discussed in
detail and the proposal was appreciated accepted unanimously.
Mrs. Sunita Rajeev Jagtap suggested for applying for NBA accreditation. And suggested to
arrange NBA training in the college premises for all the staff .The proposal was appreciated
SANITARY NAPKIN MACHINE
Mrs. Sunita Rajeev Jagtap suggested to install ‘Sanitary Napkin Disposal Machine’ in the
Ladies’ Toilets, to help girl students and ladies faculty members. The proposal was appreciated
There being no other business, the meeting was concluded with a vote of thanks to the chair.
Vision & mission of All Dept. for committee
Vision Computer Engineering
Producing quality students, trained in the latest tools and technologies and striving to make India
a world leader in software and hardware products and services. To achieve academic excellence
in Computer Science Engineering by imparting in-depth knowledge to the students, facilitating
research activities and cater to the ever changing industrial demands and societal needs.
1. To provide quality engineering education to the students through state of art education in
Computer science engineering.
2. To provide a learning environment that helps students to enhance problem solving skills, be
successful in their professional lives and to prepare students to be lifelong learners by offering a
solid theoretical foundation in computing along with applied computing experiences and
educating them about their professional, and ethical responsibilities.
3. To establish Industry Institute Interaction to make students ready for the industrial
4. To provide exposure to students to the latest tools and technologies in the area of computer
hardware and software.
5. To promote research based projects/activities in the emerging areas of technology
VISION Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering Department endeavors to be recognized globally for outstanding
education and research leading to well qualified engineers, who are innovative, entrepreneurial
and successful in advanced fields of mechanical engineering to cater the ever changing industrial
demands and social needs.
1. To imparting highest quality education to the students to build their capacity and enhancing
their skills to make them globally competitive mechanical engineers.
2. To maintaining state of the art research facilities to provide collaborative environment that
stimulates faculty, staff and students with opportunities to create, analyze, apply and disseminate
3. To develop alliances with world class R&D organizations, educational institutions, industry
and alumni for excellence in teaching, research and consultancy practices.4. To provide the students with academic environment of excellence, leadership, ethical
guidelines and lifelong learning needed for a long productive career.
Vision civil engineering
The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department will excel in undergraduate and graduate
instruction, in research in all sub-areas of civil and environmental engineering, and in service to
the public consistent with the land-grant mission of the university. The Department will make
significant contributions to the economic development of the state, region and nation.
The mission of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is to provide quality
education to prepare nationally competitive undergraduate students for a successful career in
civil and environmental engineering; to provide advanced skills and knowledge in state-of-the-
art research and design in sub-areas of civil and environmental engineering for graduate students;
and to provide service to the university, engineering profession, and the public.
VISION Electrical Engineering
To produce world-class engineers for converting global challenges into opportunities
through Value Embedded Quality Technical Education in the field of Electrical
To develop this Department as an Academy of Higher Learning to meet the rapidly
changing Technical as well as Industrial requirements through continuous updating of
curriculum, research and development facilities as required.
To impart quality education in the areas of Electrical Engineering for enhancing the
opportunities for employment, higher education and research there by contributing to
socioeconomic development of the State and the Nation at large.
To maintain a positive academic environment that promotes excellence in learning and
research through constructive interaction among students, faculty, Academia and
To excel in imparting domain specific technical education through effective Teaching-
Learning process, nurturing research, creativity and critical thinking in applying
engineering skills to face the fast growing global challenges and opportunities.
VISION electronics and telecommunication engineering department
To be recognized by the society at large as an excellent department, offering quality higher
education in the Electronics and Communication Engineering field with research focus catering
to the needs of the public and being in tune with the advancing technological revolution and
changing cultural challenges.
To achieve the vision the department will
Establish a unique learning environment to enable the students to face the challenges of the
Electronics and Communication Engineering field.
Promote the establishment of centers of excellence in niche technology areas to nurture the spirit
of innovation and creativity among faculty and students.
Provide ethical and value based education by promoting activities addressing the societal needs.
Enable students to develop skills to solve complex technological problems of current times and
also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities.