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Computer Engineering - Events

  1. Faculty Development Program (FDP): FDP Multiple Aspects of Security Final Report

    This FDP has been an innovative approach at bridging the gap between the Academia and Industry by collaborating with Industry giants like – IBM, TRDDC and ISACA. Some of their experts were invited as Resource Persons to deliver state- of-the-art sessions on the multiple aspects of Security viz Information Security, Web Security, Cloud Security, Critical Infrastructure Security, IoT Security, Mobile Security and Cyber Security. A wonderful blend of major security aspects, this FDP promises an all-round, fulfilling learning experience for its participants.

    Resource Persons :
    Experts from IBM, TRDDC,ISACA, Cyber Cell Pune.

    FDP Objectives :

    • To gain fundamental and thorough understanding of Information Security and its various aspects.
    • To gain insight into the realms of Web Security, Mobile Security, Cloud Security, Cyber Security.

  2. Faculty Development Program (FDP): FDP HPC Final Report

    This FDP is aimed at giving academicians and industry experts an insight for delving into the details of High Performance Computing along with the technical know-hows of cloud computing. The FDP promises to allow its audience an enticing journey into the world of HPC and Cloud Computing, from the point of view of university syllabus demands and a foray into the mesmerizing world of HPC and Cloud Computing.

    Resource Persons :
    Experts from CDAC, NVIDIA, Clearlogy solutions pvt. ltd. and Experts from Academia.

    FDP Objectives :

    • Exposure to the advanced techniques of High Performance Computing and Cloud Computing
    • Research scope and guidance for pursuing research in the field of High Performance Computing and Cloud Computing
    • Current application areas for High Performance Computing and Cloud Computing along with case studies.
    • Hands on experience with high performance computing related lab assignments from CL-IV and assignment related to cloud Computing from CL- III


One Day Trek LOHAGAD One Day Trek LOHAGAD Details - The Lohagad trek had been organised by the Computer Engineering Department of the Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Pune on Saturday, 9th January 2016. Students in large numbers from both the divisions of Computer Engineering Department had enthusiastically vouched for the trek. Transport, food, communication services, travel routes had been looked after and sought to by the efficient and organized staff of MIT, Pune by corresponding with some of the students who had already been on this trek before.
History Of Lohagad Lohagad has a long history with several dynasties occupying it at different periods of time: Satavahanas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Yadavas, Bahamanis, Nizams, Mughals and Marathas. ShivajiMaharaj captured it in 1648 CE, but he was forced to surrender it to the Mughals in 1665 CE by the Treaty of Purandar. ShivajiMaharaj recaptured the fort in 1670 CE and used it for keeping his treasury. This fort was used to keep the loot from Surat. Later in PeshwatimeNana Phadnavis used this fort for living for sometime and built several structures in the fort such as a big tank and a step-well.In the recent years the fort has been declared as a protected monument by the government.
Lohagad is part of the Western Ghats.Pavana reservoir, located to the south of the mountain. The nearest train station is Malavli, which can be accessed by suburban trains between Lonavala and Pune. The nearest major train station is Lonavala, on the Mumbai-Pune railway line. Lohagad is connected by the Mumbai-Pune Highway and can also be accessed from Paud via Kolvan and DudhiwareKhind for all vehicles. People can also hike all the way to the fort. This walk is a particular favourite of trekkers, especially in the monsoon season. It is a simple, very scenic and pleasant trek and the distance from Malavli and Lohagadcan be covered in around two hours. The walk to Lohagad Fort is enjoyable with the epic scenic beauty, lush green grass, cool mountain air, the pleasant climate and site of the villages that can be seen along the way to the fort. A variety of birds and insects can also be spotted in the hills.From the top of Lohagad Fort, a view of the villages, beautiful bungalows, hotels and the entire hill station of Lonavala is visible. One can really relax andget some peace here.

Alumni Meet:

MIT Department of Computer engineering had organized an Alumni Meet on March 12, 2016, Saturday in N205 seminar room. Registration for the Meet (as well as on our online portal started at 11am.
Alumni of all batches were invited and total 53 Alumni were present for the event. This meet brought together different generations of alumni right from 1988-89 batch till 2014-15 batch. We extended a hearty welcome to the alumni and the all the faculty members were present for this event. After the welcome speech by our alumni coordinator, Prof. S. R. Vij, every one introduced themselves.
Prof. (Dr.) Vrushali Kulkarni(Head of the Department), on behalf of the College, extended a warm welcome to the alumni for coming down to join the Meet. She then informed them about the recent activities that are taking place in the department and the efforts that department is persevering in order to fulfill industry requirements. She then requested alumni to give their valuable feedback to improvise the quality of graduates. Some of the alumni shared their experiences & there was a healthy discussion for and about the betterment of the students.
One of the alumnus Mr. Sudhir Ghuge who is currently working in ZS associates, who was also in-charge of recruitment of 2015 Batch campus drive of ZS Associates, shared his recruitment experience and said that MIT students are always surprising the recruiters with their preparation for placements. He said he was proud of the culture MIT is bringing to the students and the culture is also admired in the industry, he added. Mr. Ashish Annachatre, Entrepreneur, suggested making students aware of the recent technologies, which cannot be covered in the syllabus due to the time constraint. Alumni also assured assisting the department on Industrial Visits, which will give exposure to student about the work culture of IT companies.
Another topic that was put up for discussion was “Entrepreneurship”. Amongst who were present here that day; about 7-8 alumni have started their own company. They shared their experiences and gave brief about their company; most of the entrepreneur had some experience before starting up the company. Some of the alumni shared their experience of being the part of MCUG (MIT Computer Users Group) & Texephyr event too. Alumni also suggested integrating Student Section to ERP software or online for clearance forms, collecting TC etc.
After the discussion, Prof. Sheetal Vij proposed vote of thanks to the alumni who have come a long way to attend the Alumni Meet. Alumni were given a token of appreciation, a book called “ The Last Lecture “, by Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch.
Lunch arranged in Chandralok Canteen was an enjoyable experience. After lunch alumni interacted with students and took tour of the campus and Texephyr16.

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