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Activities

Shivjayanti 2019
Date & Day: 20 February 2019
Resource Person : Mr. Anurag Giridhar
Objective:
  1. To get inspiration from Great Leader Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj by his skills in ruling government.
  2. To get inspiration by his time management and problem solving techniques.
  3. To know about our history to get motivation for future life and to achieve academic goals. To adopt engineering skills of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in his fort buildings and other civil constructions.
Outcome:
  1. Students were feeling enthusiastic after program and it will beneficial to achieve their academic goals.
  2. They have taken inspiration from Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to enhance moral values.Students get motivated by speaker rheotic speech and willing to become a good speaker like him.
Summary report:

A Program was organized for all students of Mechanical Engineering to get inspire by Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj with his character, his engineering skills in fort constructions, his management skills in ruling government.
Today “Shivaji” is the symbol of excellence and seminar objective was to inspire them to be a “Shivaji“of his field of working.
The program was very much motivational and seminar hall was full of students. It is no doubt that the topic will enhance student’s enthusiasm to achieve their academic goals.

A Thank you Gratitude to Sanitation Workers
Date & Day: Thursday, 4th October 2018
Resource Person : Mr. K R Kapadani
Objective:

To give a Thank you Gratitude to Sanitation Workers

Outcome:

Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of an India which was not only free but also clean and developed. Mahatma Gandhi secured freedom for Mother India. Now it is our duty to serve Mother India by keeping the country neat and clean.

Summary report:

The program was organized to show and give respect to all the sanitation workers who are pillars of clean surroundings. A Swacchata quiz was conducted for all the students on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

Swacchata Pledge
Date & Day: 29 September 2018 Pledge for Swachhta


Pledge by students and staff
Resource Person : Mrs. Shubhangi Vanarse
Objective:

The 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' is a massive mass movement that seeks to create a Clean India. Cleanliness was very close to Mahatma Gandhi's heart. A clean India is the best tribute we can pay to Bapu when we celebrate his 150th birth anniversary in 2019. Mahatma Gandhi devoted his life so that India attains 'Swarajya'. Now the time has come to devote ourselves towards 'Swachchhata' (cleanliness) of our motherland.

Outcome:

Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of an India which was not only free but also clean and developed. Mahatma Gandhi secured freedom for Mother India. Now it is our duty to serve Mother India by keeping the country neat and clean.Students will be able to committed towards cleanliness and devote time for this. They will initiate the quest for cleanliness with themself, family, locality, village and work place. They will be the ambassadors for propagating the message of Swachh Bharat Mission in villages and towns.

Summary report:

A Swacchata Pledge was taken by all the students and staff members on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The program was organized to inculcate the citizenship and responsibility of keeping the surroundings clean.

Swacchata Quiz
Date & Day: 24/09/2018 to 4/10/2018 Certificate issued to students participated in swachhta Quiz
Resource Person : Mr. Kaustubh R Kapadani
Objective:

To aware students about sanitization activity in their daily life.

Outcome:

Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of an India which was not only free but also clean and developed. Mahatma Gandhi secured freedom for Mother India. Now it is our duty to serve Mother India by keeping the country neat and clean.

Summary report:

A Swacchata quiz was conducted for all the students on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti.

Guest lecture on ‘Bodh Shiv Charitracha”
Date & Day: 05 September 2018
Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:

The purpose of the guest lecture was to teach ethics and management skills of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj that is required for the students in their Social life.

Outcome:

Students learned different ethics management skills from the life of shivaji maharaj which was related to the students for managing their work and studies by doing it smartly and also got the brief history of maharaj from the guest lecturer.

Summary report:
  1. The program started with lamp lightning by the guest and other staff member on this occasion.
  2. Prof. Ramnani Sir felicated the guest with a bouquet, then student from the second year Master. Manish Ghatpande recited the poem named ‘Jaanta Raja’. After this Prof. Kaustubh kapadani sir gave the summary of the lecture and introduced the guest.
  3. After this Mohan sir started with his lecture. He gave the outline of his lecture by giving five points that he was going to share from the life of shivaji maharaj. Following were the points:
    a)Planning
    b)Organization
    c)Unity
    d)Torch bearers
    e)Control
  4. Sir started the lecture with full of energy and spoke about different qualities of shivaji maharaj such as loving, caring, giving, humble, obedient, courageous, brave, intelligence, etc
“Yoga Session” on International Yoga Day
Date & Day: Wednesday, 21 June 2017. Warm up exercises at by the student


Surya-Namskar
Resource Person : Mrs. M.A. Kango
Mrs. B.R. Baviskar
Objective:
  • To celebrate International Yoga Day.
  • To promote health benefits of yoga.
  • To bring awareness about Yoga among the common masses.
Outcome:
  • The event spread the awareness among the students about the importance of YOGA in daily and busy life.
  • Improves Flexibility. Improves mental peace & gives healthy life.
Summary report:
  • PES’s Modern College of Engineering E & TC Dept. had arranged a Yoga session on the occasion of International Yoga Day on 21 June 2017.
  • Students were accompanied by Mrs. R.S. Kamathe, HOD & faculty members. The session was conducted by students of E & TC department. Total 41 students with 20 faculty members were attended the session.
  • Yoga session was started with Guru-mantra. Students were performed some Aasans & Surya namaskar followed by Pranayam. Student experienced increased energy levels & warm up relaxation exercises have improved blood circulation, especially in hands and feet.
  • The session was beneficial for all the students & faculty members.
Tree plantation at Pashan Hill, Pune
Date & Day: Sunday,2nd July 2017 Human chain for tree plantation


Plantation of tree by students
Resource Person : Mrs. M.A. Kango
Mrs. B.R. Baviskar
Objective:
  • To actually involve engineering students as a representative of Institution in social responsibilities.
  • To make the students well aware of the importance of tree plantation.
Outcome:
  • Students realized need of conservation of natural resources and protecting our nature from pollution.
  • A sense of responsibility towards society was developed in students by social work.
Summary report:

On 2nd July 2017 E&TC Department had organized a social activity. The activity was tree plantation on a Pashan Hill, Pune. Student of S.E. and TE along with teachers were present .We started work with members of ‘Vasundhara Swachchta Abhiyan’ around 7.30 am. Some plants were planted by members of vasundhara swachhata Abhiyan. The students of E & TC department helped them, made human chain and collected stones for rain water harvesting for planted trees. Students & teachers planted some saplings on the hill. Mr. Deepak Dhrote showed us some techniques for planting trees which are essential in order to plant a tree perfectly with proper care of sapling.

Visit to AnandDham Old Age Home September 2017 (Sem I)
Date & Day: 28th September 2017, Thursday



Interact with the people at “AnanddhamVrudhashram".
Resource Person : Ms.Manisha Changule
Mrs Laxmi Sisode
Objective:

To sensitize students to social work, know about predicament situations and problems of those people and also to Experience the joy of serving and being with them.

Outcome:

The most inspiring thing was that in spite of facing so many hardships those aged people have brave hearts and are still trying to find endless ways to be happy to live.

Summary report:
  • The Session lasted for 2 hours.
  • Students of S.E , T.E and B.E participated in this Social activity and got the opportunity
  • to serve and to interact with the people at "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students were first told about the Ashram's history and today there live around 20 of agedpeople under the roof of "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students acted, played Antakshari with all the Grandpa’s and Grannies, sang songs andspent some quality time.
  • That was the most worthwhile time ever spent by the students.
  • After the small celebration and the interactive session, students along with the staff co-ordinator distributed fruits and some eatables required for them.
  • All the students shared their experiences after the session.
  • 40 students from SE-A & SE-B have attended the session.
“Rajmata Jijau Jayanti”
Date & Day: Thursday, 12th January 2018 Pratima Pujan of Rashtramata Jijau
Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:

To get inspiration from the great work done by Rajmata Jijau for “Swarajya”.

Outcome:

The willful resistance against mughals especially by Vidyavati, Haramani devi, Rani Laxmibai and Jijabai were the founding stones for the Indian women who then got inspired and nurtured Nationalism in their children for the sustenance of Nation and our culture.

Summary report:
  • Jijabai was born on 12 January 1598 and a daughter of Lakhoji Jadhav in present-day Buldhana district of Maharashtra State. she was wed at an early age to Shahaji Bhosale, a nobleman and military commander under the Adil Shahi sultans of Bijapur in present-day Karnataka. Jijabai was a very pious and intelligent person with great vision for independent Hindu kingdom.
  • Rajmata Jijau, a source of inspiration to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, were paid rich tributes on their birth anniversaries today by students of Mechanical Engineering.
“Savitribai Phule Jayanti”
Date & Day: Thursday, 12th January 2018 Pratima Pujan of “Savitribai Phule Jayanti”


Students and Faculty celebrating “Savitribai Phule Jayanti”
Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:

To get inspiration from the great work done by “Savitribai Phule Jayanti” in the field of women education.

Outcome:

It helps to Empowerment of Women and guides Enrolment of more number of women students in the Department so that a very safe, secure and friendly atmosphere prevails on the campus for women.

Summary report:

Savitribai Phule is one of the most admired Indian women. She is remembered as India’s first woman teacher, social worker and poet. Savitribai was born on January 3, 1831 in Naigaon, Maharashtra. Today marks her 186th birth year.
Savitribai Phule brought the dawn of women’s education in India. She worked for the rights of women and introduced education opportunities for girls during the British India Age. Her poems raised voice against discrimination and emphasized the importance of education. She was also actively involved in protests against Sati, untouchability, child marriage and other social practices that violated human rights.
Students celebrate Savitribai Phule’s birth anniversary as a Women Empowerment Day and organizes the discussion on Women’s issues, Women Rights and Women Empowerment. Women Development Cell has been set up to look into matter related to women grievances and development.

2nd Anniversary celebration of SEEDS OF HOPE
Date & Day: Saturday, 17th February 2018 Drawing Competition with kids


Group Photo
Resource Person : Mr. Sandeep Bajare
Mr.Harish Jadhav
Objective:
  • To Develop leadership skills
  • Foster good citizenship
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
Outcome:
  1. Students identified different societal issues mainly
    a)Poverty
    b)Lack of Access to Education
    c)Child Neglect
  2. Student understood the importance of communication skill at different stages
Summary report:

Keeping the festive spirit alive, Modern college of Engineering “Seeds of HOPE Club” celebrated 2nd Anniversary of Club on 15.07.17. Seeds of HOPE club visited “Maher Vastlydhaam” situated in Wagholi, Pune.
Members of Seeds of HOPES celebrated ‘2nd Anniversary of SEEDS OF HOPE’ by participating in special assembly. We get there by bikes and some of members by city bus to the destination at about 12.00 pm. All arrangement was made by coordinators of club from third year and final year. We all heartily welcomed by little children and some of their volunteers. They looked so happy when they saw us. Then we all gather in there Assembly hall. We visited old age home. We felt so much blessed! After that we introduce our new club members to all. In this visit we manage to involve first year students which gave them very grateful experience.

Sky Gazing Event
Date & Day: Friday 23rd February 2018 Poster of Sky Gazing Event
Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:

The propagation of astronomy in purely scientific temperament.

Gateways to Internet
Date & Day: 11th February 2018, Saturday School students getting information of internet


Inauguration of Gateways to Internet’ program by school students
Resource Person : Mrs. Deepti Nirwal
Objective:

To develop students professional and social work values and ethics.

Outcome:

Students got awareness about socioeconomic conditions of the community. Students got an endeavor for the promotion of general social welfare, education and to act for the well-being of the community.

Summary report:
  • The children are the future of our country and they should emerge as citizens knowledgeable in the use of the information technology with the aim of pursuing higher education or entering the job market with relevant IT skills, keeping this in mind ‘Gateways to Internet ‘was organized to provide basic knowledge of Internet to children of class 5th to 7th .
  • Under this workshop students from Mahila Seva Mandal an orphanage were given hands on experience of surfing of the Internet. Each student was provided pick up and drop bus service to and from the Mahila Seva Mandal, certificate of participation, stationery and snacks.
“Guest Lecture on Swami Vivekananda Jayanti”
Date & Day: Friday,17th February 2018 School students getting information of internet


Inauguration of Gateways to Internet’ program by school students
Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:

To inspirational thoughts of Swami Vivekanad to motivate the youth

Outcome:

The Students inspired by his speech and they realize that Our duty is to encourage everyone in our struggle to live up to his own highest idea, and strive at the same time to make the ideal as near as possible to the Truth

Summary report:
  • Swami Vivekanad is being youth inspirational personality; from this program we try to motivate young students with Vivekanand’s thoughts. The program is inaugurated by our HOD Prof. S. Y. Bhosale, and program is coordinated by Prof. K. R. Kapdani
  • Honorable Guest Mr. Shirishji Patwardhan had given a valuable speech on the thoughts of Swami Vivekanand. In his speech he delivers some thoughts such as “Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, and live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.”
Visit to FC college hostel on the occasion of Swatantryaveer Sawarkar Jayanti
Date & Day: 26th February 2018 – Phalgun Amawasya Naman to Swatantryaveer Swarkar


Swatantryaveer Swarkar FC Hostel Room

Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:
  • Tribute to Swatantryaveer Sawarkar on his birth anniversary.
  • To know students about his scarifies for Nation
  • To know students about great historical leaders.
Outcome:

Students get inspired and motivated knowing about Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar

Summary report:
  • Students have visited to FC College hostel on Saturday paid tribute to Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar on his 133 birth anniversary
  • Born on May 28, 1883 in Nashik in Maharashtra, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, later known as Swatantraveer Savarkar, was a revolutionary and Hindu nationalist who was imprisoned by the British in the Cellular Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. . Savarkar can be rightly described as epitome of courage & conviction, given his fearless and determined fight against the British and limit of human endurance for the physical and mental torture that he underwent at Andamans.
CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ JAYANTI
Date & Day: 3rd March 2018


Celebrating Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti

Speech by Prof. A. R. Chousdhary
Resource Person : Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective:

To get inspiration for World’s Great Leader Chatrapati Shivaji maharaj.

Outcome:

Birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj should not be celebrated just for a day; but for celebrating it every day throughout the year; every Nationalist needs to inculcate his qualities. Study biography of Shivaraya. Unite for protection of God, Nation and Dharma.

Summary report:

निष्चयाचा महामेरू । बहुत जनांसी आधारू ।
अखंड स्थितीचा निर्धारू । श्रीमंत योगी ॥
यशवंत कीर्तिवंत । सामर्थ्यवंत वरदवंत ।
पुण्यवंत नीतिवंत । जाणता राजा ॥
February 19 marks the birthday anniversary of a ruler who carved a niche for himself with his Ganimi Kawa tactics, established the Maratha kingdom and fought Mughals. Shivaji was born in 1627 AD at Shivneri fort in Pune and was named after Goddess Shivai.
Blessed with leadership skills and a born warrior, Shivaji can also be called the proponent of saffron rule. Shivaji was the very embodiment of a born ruler of men as typified in our great Epics. He was the type of the real son of India representing the true consciousness of the nation. It was he who showed what the future of India is going to be sooner or later, a group of independent units under one umbrella as it were, under one supreme imperial suzerainty.”

Visit to AnandDham Old Age Home March 2018 (Sem II)
Date & Day: 30 March 2018, Friday Interact with the people at "AnanddhamVrudhashram"


Resource Person : Ms.Manisha Changule
Mrs Laxmi Sisode
Objective:

To sensitize students to social work, know about predicament situations and problems of those people and also to Experience the joy of serving and being with them.

Outcome:

The most inspiring thing was that in spite of facing so many hardships those aged people have brave hearts and are still trying to find endless ways to be happy to live.

Summary report:
  • This was the second visit to same old Age Home.
  • Third Year Students participated in this Social activity and got the opportunityto serve and to interact with the people at AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students were first told about the Ashram's history and today there live around 17of agedpeople under the roof of "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students acted, played Antakshari with all the Grandpa’s and Grannies, sang songs and spent some quality time.
  • That was the most worthwhile time ever spent by the students.
  • After the small celebration and the interactive session, students along with the staff co-ordinator distributed fruits and some eatables required for them.
  • All the students shared their experiences after the session.
  • 20 students from TE-A & TE-B have attended the session.
NEW INDIA MANTHAN 2017
Date & Day: 21 August2017 , Monday
Resource Person : MBA Student Organisation
Objective:

P.M Modi is asked to decide where they must see their districts in 2022 in terms of removal of deficiencies and improvement in service

Outcome:

The event spread the awareness among the students about removal of deficiencies and improvement in service Improves mental peace & gives healthy life.

Summary report:
  • The Activity was organized for students and Faculty.
  • On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Quit India Movement, and is aimed at catalysing “New India – Manthan” at the grassroots level.
  • We linked with the mantra of “Sankalp Siddhi” – “Achievement through Resolve.” The important features about the New India website, such as an online quiz on the freedom struggle, and a comprehensive calendar on various events being held as a part of the Sankalp Se Sidhhi’ movement.
SWACHHATA BICYCLE RALLY -SWACHHA BHARAT ABHIYAN
Date & Day: 4 Oct.2018,Thursday E & TC Dept: Swachha Bharat Abhiyan - Bicycle Rally, on 4/10/2018.


E & TC Dept: Dr. Mrs. K.R. Joshi, Principal MCOE with students at Swachha Bharat Abhiyan - Bicycle Rally, on 4/10/2018.



E & TC Dept: Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe, HOD E &TC, Mrs. Aparna More, Academic coordinator with department faculty members at Swachha Bharat Abhiyan -Bicycle Rally on 4/10/2018.
Venue: PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Session conducted by : Institutional Social Responsibility – ISR group, PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Objectives:
  • To create awareness regarding clean India & green India among the students.
  • To encourage students to use bicycle to keep pollution free environment.
  • To spread awareness regarding clean India & green India among the public.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
PES’s Modern College of Engineering E&TC Dept. had arranged a bicycle rally on 04 Oct .2018. This rally has a slogan of “Rally for clean”. Total 60 students were accompanied by Dr. Mrs. K.R. Joshi, Principal MCOE, Mrs. R.S. Kamathe, HOD (E &TC) & faculty members. Bicycle Rally was sponsored by DCB Bank, 24Media Fusion (P), ltd. The route for the rally was from Modern COE – Prabhat road,- Bhandarkar road,- F.C. road, - Dynaneshwar Paduka Chouk to Modern COE. Mrs. Aparna More, Academic coordinator of the department had participated & successfully completed cycle Rally for Swachha Bharat.
Outcome:
The event spread the awareness among the students and public about clean, green India & pollution free environment using bicycle.
POSTER COMPETITION DURING SWACHHATA PAKHAWADA -15TH SEPT. – 2ND OCT. 2018.
Date & Day: 4 Oct.2018,Thursday Display of posters in poster competition on 4th Oct .2018.


Dr. Mrs. K.R. Joshi, Principal, Dr. Itkar, Vice Principal, MCOE, with prize winner student.

Dr. Mrs. K.R. Joshi, Principal, Dr. Itkar, Vice Principal, MCOE, with prize winners after competition on 4th Oct. 2018.
Venue: PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Session conducted by : Institutional Social Responsibility – ISR , PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Objectives:
To spread awareness regarding clean India & green India among the students.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
PES’s Modern College of Engineering. has arranged a poster competition on 4th Oct .2018. This competition has a slogan of “Ek Kadam Swachhata ki Aur”.Total 10 students from SE, TE, BE classes were participated in poster competition. Kavita Bhojane, Sonal Pingale, Pranita Fuse, Shreya Joshi, Shreyas Joshi, Sayali Kachare, Shweta Sable, students of E & TC department, got prizes from Principal madam for nice hand drawn posters on 4th Oct .2018.
Outcome:
The event spread the awareness among the students and public about clean, green India & pollution free environment using bicycle.
CLEANLINESS DRIVE
Date & Day: 29th Sept.2018, Saturday
time: 9.00a.m to 11.30a.m
E &TC Dept.: Cleaning of computer lab.


E &TC Dept.: Students with Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe HOD, E &TC & ISR coordinators on 29th Sept.2018.
Venue: E &TC Dept. PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Session conducted by : E &TC Dept., Institutional Social Responsibility – ISR, PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Objectives:
To spread awareness regarding clean India among the students.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
PES’s Modern College of Engineering has arranged a cleanliness drive on 29th sept.2018. Total students from SE, TE, BE classes were participated in cleanliness drive. Various labs were cleaned by students during the period. Students were accompanied by Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe HOD, E &TC, ISR coordinators & faculty members.
Outcome:
The event spread the awareness among the students and public about clean, green India.
TREE PLANTATION
Date & Day: Sunday,2nd Sept. 2017
Tree -Plantation by students


Student -Teacher Chain to prepare canal

Students of E&TC Department preparing a canal
Venue: E&TC Department
Objectives :
  • To actually involve engineering students as an representative of Institution in social responsibilities.
  • To make the students well aware of the importance of tree plantation.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
On 2nd Sept. 2017 E&TC Department had organized a social activity. The activity was tree plantation on a Pashan Hill, Pune. Student of S.E. and TE along with teachers were present .We started work with members of ‘Vasundhara Swachchta Abhiyan’ around 7.15 am. Some plants were planted by members of Vasundhara swachhata Abhiyan. The students of E& TC department helped them, made human chain and collected stones for rain water harvesting for planted trees. Students & teachers planted some saplings on the hill. Mr. Rajesh, from Vasundhara group showed us some techniques for planting trees which are essential in order to plant a tree perfectly with proper care of sapling. Mr. Dilip Karmarkar from Vasundhara group explained us various types of plants necessary for planting to avoid pollution in the surrounding
Outcome:
  • Students realized need of conservation of natural resources and protecting our nature from pollution.
  • A sense of responsibility towards society was developed in students by social work.
PAPER BAG MAKING WORKSHOP
Date & Day: 6th July.2018,Friday E &TC Dept.: Students making paper bags






E &TC Dept.: Faculty members with Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe HOD, E &TC & guest speaker Mr.Bhushn Malandkar.
Venue: E &TC Dept. PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Session conducted by : E &TC Dept., Institutional Social Responsibility – ISR, PES’s Modern College of Engineering.
Objectives :
  • To encourage students to make their own paper bags with used papers.
  • To promote students to use paper bags for reducing plastic bags usage.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
E & TC Dept PES’s Modern College of Engineering. has arranged a cleanliness drive on 29th sept. 2018.Total 45 students from SE, TE, BE classes were participated in workshop.. Various labs were cleaned by students during the period. Students were accompanied by Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe HOD, E &TC, ISR coordinators & faculty members. Guest speaker Mr. Bhushan Malandkar, Manager, Gangotri Echo Technologies Pvt. Ltd., has explained resources of plastic, ways to recycle , reuse and how to make use of echo friendly paper bags for daily usage .All the students were inspired for using biodegradable paper bags instead plastic bags and minimize the use of plastic.
Outcome:
  • The event spread awareness to use biodegradable paper bags instead of plastic bags.
  • Paper bags help to improve echo friendly environment.
“YOGA SESSION” ON INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY
Date & Day: Wednesday, 21st June 2018. Felicitation of guest- Mrs. Madhuri Joshi by HOD Dr. Mrs. R.S. Kamathe on 21st June2018


Student performing surya-Namskar

Venue: Seminar Hall (401)
Session conducted by : Mrs. Madhuri Joshi.
Objectives : To celebrate International Yoga Day. To promote health benefits of yoga. To bring awareness about Yoga among the common masses.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
PES’s Modern College of Engineering E&TC Dept. had arranged a Yoga session on the occasion of International Yoga Day on 21st June 2018. The session was conducted by Mrs. Madhuri Joshi. Students were accompanied by Mrs. R.S. Kamathe, HOD & faculty members. During session speaker advocating Yogic lifestyle intervention for the prevention and management of stress. Total 50 students with 33 faculty members were attended the session. Yoga session was started with Guru-mantra and Surya-mantra. Students were performed some Aasans & Surya namaskar followed by Pranayam. Student experienced increased energy levels & warm up relaxation exercises have improved blood circulation, especially in hands and feet. The session was beneficial for all the students & faculty members.
Outcome:
  • The event spread the awareness among the students about the importance of YOGA in daily and busy.
  • Improves mental peace & gives healthy life.
“Yoga Session” on International Yoga Day
Date & Day: Wednesday, 21 June 2017. Warm up exercises at by the student


Surya-Namskar
Resource Person: Mrs. M.A. Kango, Mrs. B.R. Baviskar
Objective :
  • To celebrate International Yoga Day.
  • To promote health benefits of yoga.
  • To bring awareness about Yoga among the common masses.
Outcomes:
  • The event spread the awareness among the students about the importance of YOGA in daily and busy life.
  • Improves Flexibility. Improves mental peace & gives healthy life.
Summary report:
  • PES’s Modern College of Engineering E&TC Dept. had arranged a Yoga session on the occasion of International Yoga Day on 21 June 2017.
  • Students were accompanied by Mrs. R.S. Kamathe, HOD & faculty members. The session was conducted by students of E &TC department. Total 41 students with 20 faculty members were attended the session. Yoga session was started with Guru-mantra. Students were performed some Aasans & Surya namaskar followed by Pranayam. Student experienced increased energy levels & warm up relaxation exercises have improved blood circulation, especially in hands and feet.
  • The session was beneficial for all the students & faculty members.
Tree plantation at Pashan Hill, Pune
Date & Day: Sunday,2nd July 2017 Team for tree plantation


Plantation of trees by students
Resource Person: Mrs. M.A. Kango, Mrs. B.R. Baviskar
Objective : 1. To actually involve engineering students as a representative of Institution in social responsibilities.
2. To make the students well aware of the importance of tree plantation.
Outcomes:
1. Students realized need of conservation of natural resources and protecting our nature from pollution.
2. A sense of responsibility towards society was developed in students by social work.
Summary report:
On 2nd July 2017 E&TC Department had organized a social activity. The activity was tree plantation on a Pashan Hill, Pune. Student of S.E. and TE along with teachers were present .We started work with members of ‘Vasundhara Swachchta Abhiyan’ around 7.30 am. Some plants were planted by members of vasundhara swachhata Abhiyan.
The students of E & TC department helped them, made human chain and collected stones for rain water harvesting for planted trees. Students & teachers planted some saplings on the hill. Mr. Deepak Dhrote showed us some techniques for planting trees which are essential in order to plant a tree perfectly with proper care of sapling.
Visit to AnandDham Old Age Home September 2017 (Sem I)
Date & Day: 28th September 2017, Thursday

Interaction with the people at "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
Resource Person: Ms.Manisha Changule, Mrs Laxmi Sisode
Objective :
To sensitize students to social work, know about predicament situations and problems of those people and also to Experience the joy of serving and being with them.
Outcomes:
The most inspiring thing was that in spite of facing so many hardships those aged people have brave hearts and are still trying to find endless ways to be happy to live.
Summary report:
  • The Session lasted for 2 hours.
  • Students of S.E , T.E and B.E participated in this Social activity and got the opportunity
  • to serve and to interact with the people at "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students were first told about the Ashram's history and today there live around 20 of agedpeople under the roof of "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students acted, played Antakshari with all the Grandpa’s and Grannies, sang songs andspent some quality time.
  • That was the most worthwhile time ever spent by the students.
  • After the small celebration and the interactive session, students along with the staff co-ordinator distributed fruits and some eatables required for them.
  • All the students shared their experiences after the session.
  • 40 students from SE-A & SE-B have attended the session.
"Rajmata Jijau Jayanti"
Date & Day: Thursday, 12th January 2018 Pratima Pujan of Rashtramata Jijau
Resource Person: Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective :
To get inspiration from the great work done by Rajmata Jijau for "Swarajya".
Outcomes:
The willful resistance against mughals especially by Vidyavati, Haramani devi, Rani Laxmibai and Jijabai were the founding stones for the Indian women who then got inspired and nurtured Nationalism in their children for the sustenance of Nation and our culture.
Summary report:
Jijabai was born on 12 January 1598 and a daughter of Lakhoji Jadhav in present-day Buldhana district of Maharashtra State. she was wed at an early age to Shahaji Bhosale, a nobleman and military commander under the Adil Shahi sultans of Bijapur in present-day Karnataka. Jijabai was a very pious and intelligent person with great vision for independent Hindu kingdom.
Rajmata Jijau, a source of inspiration to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, were paid rich tributes on their birth anniversaries today by students of Mechanical Engineering.
"Savitribai Phule Jayanti"
Date & Day: Thursday, 12th January 2018 Pratima Pujan of Savitribai Phule
Resource Person: Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective :
To get inspiration from the great work done by “Savitribai Phule Jayanti” in the field of women education.
Outcomes:
It helps to Empowerment of Women and guides Enrolment of more number of women students in the Department so that a very safe, secure and friendly atmosphere prevails on the campus for women.
Summary report:
Savitribai Phule is one of the most admired Indian women. She is remembered as India’s first woman teacher, social worker and poet. Savitribai was born on January 3, 1831 in Naigaon, Maharashtra. Today marks her 186th birth year.
Savitribai Phule brought the dawn of women’s education in India. She worked for the rights of women and introduced education opportunities for girls during the British India Age. Her poems raised voice against discrimination and emphasized the importance of education. She was also actively involved in protests against Sati, untouchability, child marriage and other social practices that violated human rights.
Students celebrate Savitribai Phule’s birth anniversary as a Women Empowerment Day and organizes the discussion on Women’s issues, Women Rights and Women Empowerment. Women Development Cell has been set up to look into matter related to women grievances and development.
2nd Anniversary celebration of SEEDS OF HOPE
Date & Day: Saturday, 17th February 2018 Drawing Competition with kids


Group Photo with Maher Vastlydhaam family
Resource Person: Mr. Sandeep Bajare, Mr.Harish Jadhav
Objective :
  • To Develop leadership skills
  • Foster good citizenship
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
Outcomes:
1. Students identified different societal issues mainly
a) Poverty
b) Lack of Access to Education
c) Child Neglect
2. Student understood the importance of communication skill at different stages
Summary report:
Keeping the festive spirit alive, Modern college of Engineering “Seeds of HOPE Club” celebrated 2nd Anniversary of Club on 15.07.17. Seeds of HOPE club visited “Maher Vastlydhaam” situated in Wagholi, Pune
Members of Seeds of HOPES celebrated ‘2nd Anniversary of SEEDS OF HOPE’ by participating in special assembly. We get there by bikes and some of members by city bus to the destination at about 12.00 pm. All arrangement was made by coordinators of club from third year and final year. We all heartily welcomed by little children and some of their volunteers. They looked so happy when they saw us. Then we all gather in there Assembly hall. We visited old age home. We felt so much blessed! After that we introduce our new club members to all. In this visit we manage to involve first year students which gave them very grateful experience.
Sky Gazing Event
Date & Day:
Friday 23rd February 2018
Resource Person:
Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective :
The propagation of astronomy in purely scientific temperament.
“Guest Lecture on Swami Vivekananda Jayanti”
Date & Day: Friday,17th February 2018 School students getting information of internet


Inauguration of Gateways to Internet’ program by school students
Resource Person: Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective :
To inspirational thoughts of Swami Vivekanad to motivate the youth
Outcomes:
The Students inspired by his speech and they realize that Our duty is to encourage everyone in our struggle to live up to his own highest idea, and strive at the same time to make the ideal as near as possible to the Truth
Summary report:
Swami Vivekanad is being youth inspirational personality; from this program we try to motivate young students with Vivekanand’s thoughts. The program is inaugurated by our HOD Prof. S. Y. Bhosale, and program is coordinated by Prof. K. R. Kapdani
Honorable Guest Mr. Shirishji Patwardhan had given a valuable speech on the thoughts of Swami Vivekanand. In his speech he delivers some thoughts such as “Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, and live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.”
Visit to FC college hostel on the occasion of Swatantryaveer Sawarkar Jayanti
Date & Day: 26th February 2018 – Phalgun Amawasya Naman to Swatantryaveer Swarkar


Swatantryaveer Swarkar FC Hostel Room
Resource Person: Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective :
  • Tribute to Swatantryaveer Sawarkar on his birth anniversary.
  • To know students about his scarifies for Nation
  • To know students about great historical leaders.
Outcomes:
Students get inspired and motivated knowing about Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Summary report:
Students have visited to FC College hostel on Saturday paid tribute to Swatantryaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar on his 133 birth anniversary
Born on May 28, 1883 in Nashik in Maharashtra, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, later known as Swatantraveer Savarkar, was a revolutionary and Hindu nationalist who was imprisoned by the British in the Cellular Jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. . Savarkar can be rightly described as epitome of courage & conviction, given his fearless and determined fight against the British and limit of human endurance for the physical and mental torture that he underwent at Andamans.
CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ JAYANTI
Date & Day: 3rd March 2018 Celebration Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti


Speech by Prof. A.R. Chaudhary
Resource Person: Prof. K. R. Kapadani
Objective :
To get inspiration for World’s Great Leader Chatrapati Shivaji maharaj
Outcomes:
Birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj should not be celebrated just for a day; but for celebrating it every day throughout the year; every Nationalist needs to inculcate his qualities.

Study biography of Shivaraya. Unite for protection of God, Nation and Dharma.
Summary report:
निष्चयाचा महामेरू । बहुत जनांसी आधारू ।
अखंड स्थितीचा निर्धारू । श्रीमंत योगी ॥
यशवंत कीर्तिवंत । सामर्थ्यवंत वरदवंत ।
पुण्यवंत नीतिवंत । जाणता राजा ॥


February 19 marks the birthday anniversary of a ruler who carved a niche for himself with his Ganimi Kawa tactics, established the Maratha kingdom and fought Mughals. Shivaji was born in 1627 AD at Shivneri fort in Pune and was named after Goddess Shivai.

Blessed with leadership skills and a born warrior, Shivaji can also be called the proponent of saffron rule.

Shivaji was the very embodiment of a born ruler of men as typified in our great Epics. He was the type of the real son of India representing the true consciousness of the nation. It was he who showed what the future of India is going to be sooner or later, a group of independent units under one umbrella as it were, under one supreme imperial suzerainty.”
Visit to AnandDham Old Age Home March 2018 (Sem II)
Date & Day: 30 March 2018, Friday
Resource Person: Ms.Manisha Changule, Mrs Laxmi Sisode
Objective : To sensitize students to social work, know about predicament situations and problems of those people and also to Experience the joy of serving and being with them.
Outcomes: The most inspiring thing was that in spite of facing so many hardships those aged people have brave hearts and are still trying to find endless ways to be happy to live.
Summary report:
  • This was the second visit to same old Age Home.
  • Third Year Students participated in this Social activity and got the opportunityto serve and to interact with the people at AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students were first told about the Ashram's history and today there live around 17of agedpeople under the roof of "AnanddhamVrudhashram".
  • Students acted, played Antakshari with all the Grandpa’s and Grannies, sang songs and spent some quality time.
  • That was the most worthwhile time ever spent by the students.
  • After the small celebration and the interactive session, students along with the staff co-ordinator distributed fruits and some eatables required for them.
  • All the students shared their experiences after the session.
  • 20 students from TE-A & TE-B have attended the session.


Interact with the people at Ananddham Vrudhashram
NEW INDIA MANTHAN 2017
Date & Day: 21 August2017 , Monday Summary report:
  • The Activity was organized for students and Faculty.
  • On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Quit India Movement, and is aimed at catalysing “New India – Manthan” at the grassroots level.
  • We linked with the mantra of “Sankalp Siddhi” – “Achievement through Resolve.” The important features about the New India website, such as an online quiz on the freedom struggle, and a comprehensive calendar on various events being held as a part of the Sankalp Se Sidhhi’ movement.
Resource Person: MBA Student Organisation
Objective :
P.M Modi is asked to decide where they must see their districts in 2022 in terms of removal of deficiencies and improvement in service
Outcomes:
The event spread the awareness among the students about removal of deficiencies and improvement in service Improves mental peace & gives healthy life.
Share your moments – Visit to orphanage
Date & Day: Day & Date: 25/1/2018 Visit to orphanage - 'Maher'
Resource Person: Dr.Shubhangi Vanarse & Mrs.Kavita Ubhrande
Objective :
1. To make the students understand the role played by an organization for the upliftment of the society.
2. To make students aware, role to be played by them as an individual by being responsible through deeds.
Outcomes:
Students got exposed to darker side of inhuman behavior and understood their responsibility as an individual and also as a future manager for well being of society.
Summary report:
Maher is a day care centre, kindergarten and orphanage for the needy. It has two homes – Dayasagar for girls and Gyansagar for boys. The unit of Wagholi is being managed by couple. Students had discussion with the manager regarding the cases. They spend some time with children at the orphanage.The staff through voluntary self contribution donated some food items and stationery for the children.
SANDESH 2.0
Date & Day: Tuesday, 23rd January ,
2018 –Part I and Friday,
26th January 2018-Part II
Messages to our Soldiers
Resource Person: Dr.Shraddha Bhandwalkar (Advisor),
Ms.Kavita Ubarhande (Faculty Coordinator)
Objective :
To show gratitude and love towards our hardworking soldiers by little messages and poems, which will motivate them even more.
Outcomes:
Through this event students got an opportunity to express their feelings and gratitude towards the soldiers who are protecting our life and country by seven core values, namely loyalty, duty, respect, personal courage, selfless service, integrity and honor
Summary report:
The first event of Rotaract Club of Pune Kothrud Modern Managers was carried out on 23rd January 2018 , Thursday titled “Sandesh 2.0 “ in association with Rotaract Club of Dombivali Central to honor the glory and power of our free homeland.
Students placed a banner in public places and other areas where people gather in large numbers such as college, road signals, and asked people to write a motivational messages through poems, quotations, slogans to express their feelings for our beloved soldiers.
Some messages written by faculties and other peoples are as below.
  • Unity which can be learned from our soldiers, Thank you soldiers for serving our country for so many years. We are proud of you!
  • भारतीय नागरीकाचा घास आडतो रोज ओठी सैनिकहो तुमच्यासाठी! After collecting the messages this banner was submitted to the army Paraplegic Centre at Khadki on 26th January 2018.
GUEST LECTURE ON “ROLE OF THE MODERN YOUTH IN NATION BUILDING” BY "VALUE BUILDING"
Date & Day: 26th August 2017, Saturday Build our nation with values – Mr. Lapalkar
Resource Person: Ms. Pallavi Shintre & Dr.Shubhangi Vanarse
Objective :
To inculcate values which will harmonize students.
Outcomes:
The purpose of the lecture was to supplement students with basics of value education. Students came to know that values can be reflected through one's character. It means the person having honest, pure, active and selfless character always feels peace of mind. Students have understood the role of values, and the need to inculcate values for nation building
Summary report:
A guest lecture was organized for MBA students on “Role of the Modern Youth in Nation Building” by “Value Building” Mr. Vishwas R. Lapalkar, Life member and Maharashtra and Goa state coordinator of Vivekananda Kendra Kanya Kumari created awareness amongst students regarding Value education. Highlights of the lecture-

A] Who is a Youth?
one who does not beg, does not crib or worry but the one who works with enthusiasm, zeal and devotion.

B] The 5 - 4 - 3- 2 - 1 Rule:
5 digit salary, 4 wheeler, 3BHK house, 2 children and 1 wife( at least in present Indian context). If we have a similar dream then we can be successful in achieving it but our life will not be meaningful neither fulfilled.

C] Four Stages of Man:
The prime objective of man is to ascend from being an ANIMAL MAN (selfish who lives and cares for himelf / herself) to MAN MAN (who lives and cares for family and society) to SUPER MAN (who lives and cares for the nation) and finally DIVINE MAN who lives and cares for every living being (including plants, animals, insects etc.) on earth.

D] The Five Yajnas:
The pancha maha yajnas are a daily ritual performed to repay our debt to nature, all living creatures, to fellow human beings, to our fore fathers and the great rishis. A man in his effort for self development as mentioned above has to perform 5 Yajnas namely 1. DEV YAJNA ( For the deities who give us energy eg: sun, wind,rain etc ) 2. PITRU YAJNA (For the forefathers because of whom we are here )3. BHOOT YAJNA (For all living creatures who help us live and support our life eg: honeybees, birds, animals, plants etc) 4. MANAV YAJNA (For people or society) 5. RISHI YAJNA(To the great Rishis or sages who have given us this rich heritage and science of living)

E] Serving The Two Mothers:
It is essential to serve our mother who gives us birth but it is more important to serve the mother who has provided us with nourishment and opportunities to grow - mother India!
Eye Check up
Date & Day: 08/04/2017

Eye Check Up
Resource Person: Dr.Shubhangi Vanarse &Prof. Pallavi Shintre
Objective : Care to be taken for clear vision and Personal care - eyes.
Outcomes: Students understood the importance of personal care to be taken for eyes as one of most important organs.
Summary report:
The students were briefed with importance of care to be taken for eyes, especially during weather change and those with allergic nature. They were also tested for the vision clarity and accordingly guided.
Training program on : Cashless Transaction
Date & Day: Friday, 12/01/2018 Mr.Deepak Tamhane delivering lecture
Resource Person: Mr.Deepak Tamhane
Objective : Care to be taken for clear vision and Personal care - eyes.
Outcomes: To educate and motivate the people and students for making cashless transaction
Summary report:
A Cashless training program was started at 2-30 pm on date 12/01/2017 in classroom of school. Mr. Deepak Tamhane introduced the preliminary information about Cashless Transaction Program. Importance and need of cashless transaction was stated by him. He also mentioned the benefits and tools of transaction without using cash. Mr. Deepak Tamhane turned to give the knowledge of cashless applications of Bank of Maharashtra like UPI (Unified Payment Interface), Maha Secure online banking . Ecommerce application like Paytm also explained. Information on security while doing the cashless transaction was stated by him. Feedback forms are collected by the student coordinators ,Suraj Patil , Rushikesh Sakhare, Swapnil Telvekar
Road Safety Management Campaign
Day & Date : Wednesday, 15/09/2015
Objectives :
  • Road safety is primarily meant about the protection and security of all those who travel on roads.
  • It encapsulates all - from pedestrians to animal-drawn vehicles and from two-wheelers to all types of multi-wheel transport.
Outcomes :
  • Increased awareness and knowledge of traffic environment
  • Appropriate survival skills necessary for the safe use of the road environment
  • Understanding of the behavior and attitudes that have an influence on road safety
  • Knowledge and understanding of how humans, vehicles, and systems interact with work
  • Decision making skills that will enable them to make choices and to take responsibility for their own safety and that of others
Summary report :

To ensure safety of pedestrians and vehicle drivers, the students of S.E. E&TC (DIV-A) had chosen the road safety management course.

A road safety management campaign was organized for the students of S.E. E&TC (DIV-A) by the department E&TC of PES's Modern College of Engineering.

All the students gathered near BalgandharvaNatyaMandir (Shivajinagar, Pune). They were accompanied by two of faculty members- Mrs. RadhikaGulhane and Ms.Snehal Hon. Students had already prepared banners regarding various issues related to road safety and measures to overcome them. At the venue, students were divided in groups of ten and each student was assigned specific task like holding banners regarding road safety, instructing and creating awareness among the pedestrians and drivers about road safety, etc. Accordingly, they were assigned appropriate areas, which they were supposed to monitor. It is found that at least 25 per cent of the total number of accidents involve motorcyclists riding without their helmets and youth showing off by performing stunts. At the campaign students also encouraged motorcyclists to wear helmets and informed them about the mishaps taking place due to not wearing helmets. They also thanked and encouraged the citizens who were already wearing their helmets. They were also lucky to hear from PSI of Pune Mr. Laad Sir.

Birthday Celebration in orphanage and old age home at Maher Vatslyadhaam
Day & Date :Monday 29/8/20
Objectives :
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
Outcomes :
  • Students identified different societal issues mainly
    a) Poverty
    b) Lack of Access to Education
    c) Child Neglect
  • Student understood the importance of communication skill at different stages
Summary report :

The event was started off with short opening speech by their volunteers followed by a welcomed speech by the head of Maher vatslydhaamwagholi branch. We are there; couple of children ran to some of us and just hugged us! After that we get through the handcrafted objects that were made by the children with their own hands. They all are very beautiful that many students can't resist bringing them. Then we get to their Hall. The main event was started by introducing ourselves asked for names. Some of our boys played with them, some of them tell stories to them and some of us are busy in preparation of next activity. We then proceeded to play few games with them.

After that we started birthday celebration. Kids prayed for us. The moment was so niceful. After this we gave those snacks and cake to eat. They all were so happy. We had lot of fun and the children enjoyed themselves very well. They seemed to have a nice time with us.

VISIT TO ORPHANAGE, SASOON HOSPITAL
Day & Date :Monday 29/8/2016
Outcomes : Feeling of humanity was developed at a next level
Summary report :

PE society's Modern College of Engineering E&TC Dept. had arranged a social visit to SHREEVATSYA (orphanage of Sasoon Hospital) dated on August 29, 2016. Students were accompanied by HOD Prof. Mrs.R.S.Kamthe, Ms.B.R.Baviskar and Mrs.M.S.Kango. Everyone was deeply touched when they received a warm welcome from all the sisters of the orphanage. There were eighteen people including the coordinators. The time spent with those innocent made them feel overwhelmed. The way the children mingled with students and played with them was an enriching experience. All the students felt entrenched with joy of giving gratitude for arranging this journey towards humanity. All were lost in this fanciful world of opulence that we hardly get to notice.

" MAHER VATSLYADHAM " ORPHANAGE VISIT" (ISR ACTIVITY) YEAR 2016-17
Day & Date :Saturday 27-08-2016
Venue : MAHER VATSLYADHAM, PUNE
Session conducted by: Mrs. Sunita R. Kadali and Mr. Kamal Kant
Objectives :
  • Giving makes us feel happy.
  • Giving is good for our health.
  • Giving promotes cooperation and social connection.
  • Giving evokes gratitude.
Outcomes : Students were able to guide junior school and college students thus got a platform to lead and guide younger students.
Summary report :

Electrical department of Modern College of Engineering,Pune had organized visit to orphanage"MAHER VATSLYADHAM",situated At Wagholi.Last Saturday "SEEDS OF HOPE" organized a visit to the orphanage which named MAHER VATSLYADHAM.The visitwas comprised of 30 members and accompanied by two teachers Mrs. S. R. Kadali and Mr. Kamal kant sir. We get there by bikes and some of members by city bus to the destination at about 12 noon

VrukshaBandhan – Bonding with Trees (Tree plantation and tie rakhi to trees to generate environment awareness)
Day & Date :18th August 2016
Objectives :
  • The main objective is to bring young people into contact with their environment to provide them with an understanding of the methods they can use to help save nature.
  • The second objective of this program is to provide the student with basic information on air pollution, water pollution, the depletion and conservation of our natural resources.
  • To strengthen the bond with nature.
Outcomes :
  • It has brought awareness in students about environment.
  • It will encourage students to design engineering products with consideration of eco-friendly aspect.
  • It will enhance ethics in order to make environmental friendly engineering.
Summary report :

Rakshabandhan (The Bond of protection) a traditional Indian festival, observes te ever lastin bond of love and affection between brothers and sisters. The departmental faculties made use of the occasion od raksabandan to spread temassae of conservation of nature amon students.

The faculty and students decided to tie rakhi to the tress in the campus on the occasion to spread the massae of tree protection and conservation.

Expressing love and concern for environment we all should celebrate this festival by tying this bond to at least one tree on this RakshaBandhan, Prof. S. Y. Bhosale, HOD said."We all should treat the trees like our brothers and should pray for the long life (of the trees)", he added.

RAKSHABANDHAN PROGRAMME AT PARAPLEGIC CENTER, KHADAKIYEAR 2016-17
Day & Date : Friday 19/08/2016
Venue : PARAPLEGIC CENTER, KHADAKI, PUNE
Session conducted by: Prof. Ms.P.S.Jadhav&Prof. Ms. SheetalMhetre
Objectives : To develop social awareness amongst students about army, navy, airforce war injured soldiers.
Outcomes : Students become aware of opportunities in Indian Army, Navy, and Air Force.
Summary report :

A Rakshabandhan function was arranged at paraplegic center at khadki, by Departmentof Electrical Engineering on19 August 2016. This programme was organized for creating social awareness amongst students about army, navy, air force war injured soldiers

VISIT TO ORPHANAGE (DONATION CAMP AND BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION)YEAR 2016-17
Day & Date : Saturday 16/07/2016
Venue : MAHER VATSLYDHAAM WAGHOLI, PUNE
Session conducted by: Prof. Mrs.S.M.Mahajan and Prof. Mrs.S.A.Chougule
Objectives :
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills.
Outcomes :
  • Students identified different societal issues mainly
    d) Poverty
    e) Lack of Access to Education
    f) Child Neglect
  • Student understood the importance of communication skill at different stages
Summary report :

Electrical department of Modern college of engineering, Pune had organized visit to orphanage "Maher Vatslydhaam" situated at Wagholi. On 16/07/2016 Saturday, 'Seeds of HOPE' organized a visit to the orphanage which named Maher vatslydhaam. The visit was comprised of 30 members and accompanied by two teachers Mrs.S.M. Mahajan and Mrs.S.A. Chougule. We get there by bikes and some of members by city bus to the destination at about 10:00a.m in the morning.

VISIT TO OLD AGE HOME
Day & Date : Saturday 16/07/2016
Venue : MAHER VATSLYDHAAM WAGHOLI, PUNE
Session conducted by: Prof. Mrs. M.P. Bhajekar & Prof. Mr. H.R. Shirke
Objectives :
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To create awareness regarding environmental issues
  • To develop and improve managerial skills
Outcomes :
  • Student understood the social issues like
    a) Need for and availability of caregivers
    b) Inability to independently manage regular activities and accepting physical changes of aging
    c) Social isolation as adult children are engaged in their own lives
  • Student improved the managerial, communication and team work qualities.
  • Student understood the different environment issues and solutions for the issues
Summary report :

Electrical department of Modern college of engineering, Pune had organized visit to Old age Home "Maher Vastlydhaam" situated at Wagholi. This Saturday (16 July 2016) we visited Old age Home for aged people. "The Seeds of HOPE" club had taken the initiative for the smooth functioning of the visit to the old age home

DUSSEHRA CELEBRATED AT MAULI KRUPA ASHRAM DNYDAAN AND ANNA DAAN SITUATED IN AALANDI, PUNE
Day & Date :Saturday 16/07/2016
Venue : MAULI KRUPA ASHRAM, ALANDI, PUNE
Session conducted by: Prof.Mr.V.M.Marathe and Prof. Mr.H.R.Shirke
Objectives :
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
  • To develop and improve managerial skills
Outcomes :
  • Students identified different societal issues mainly
    a) Poverty
    b) Lack of Access to Education
    c) Child Neglect
  • Student understood the importance of communication skill at different stages
Summary report :

Keeping the festive spirit alive, Modern college of Engineering "Seeds of HOPE Club" celebrate Dussehra on 11.10.16 (Tuesday).Seeds of HOPE club visited MauliKrupa Ashram Dnydaan and Anna daan situated in Aalandi, Pune. India is known as a land of festival and celebration and 'Dussehra' is one of them which is unique in its perception and significance.

Street play on "Use of e-Waste and plastic" awareness
Day & Date :10/03/2016
Objectives :
  • To aware people to reduce the pollution due to e-waste.
  • To aware people about plastic waste disposal in campus.
  • To aware people to use Eco-friendly bags and to reuse of electronics.
Outcomes :
  • It has brought awareness in students about environment.
  • It will encourage students to maintain eco-friendly campus
  • It will enhance ethics in order to make environmental friendly campus.
Summary report :

The Street play helped to convey the message of keeping institute campus clean from e-waste produced locally. Apart from regular awareness programs the street play was found to be an effective means to convey the messages, which helps in reaching the grass root people. This street play is part of our Environment awareness program campaignsince year 2014.

HTML Session
Day & Date : Saturday, 29/01/2016
Objectives :
  • To get awareness of HTML5
  • To study importance of HTML5 in corporate sector.
  • Students understood the concept and importance of HTML5 in corporate sector.
Summary report :

Guest lecture on HTML5 was arranged for SY students. Total 41 students 28 from SYMCA and 13 from FYMCA were present for the lecture.

Swachhata Abhiyan [Social Event]
Day & Date :Saturday ,09/01/2016
Objectives :
  • To give awareness to students about the importance of Cleanliness in day to day lifestyle.
Outcome : Students realized the importance of cleanliness.
Summary report :
  • "SWATCHATA ABHIYAN" started in MCA Dept. on 09/01/16.
  • The Abhiyaan was formally inaugurated by – Dr. Prof. VaishaliSangvikar, HOD of MCA Department.
  • Significantly, the Abhiyaan started from the Volunteer of SYMCAVolunteers- MukundSolankee, NileshKhune, VaibhaviKakade, Dharmi Shah RutikaLonkar, Satyajeet Mali, PriyankaKashid.
  • The Faculty,Nonfaculty members, Sweeper, Peon of MCA Dept, was also participated.
Pledge for traffic rules and regulations to be followed
Day & Date :Wednesday,16thSeptember,2015
Objectives : To create awareness about traffic rules.
Outcome :
  • Importance about traffic rules and regulations
  • Safety measures to be taken while driving a vehicle.
Summary report :

Students of S.E., T.E. and B.E. along with staff members took pledge to follow all traffic rules and not to ride vehicle without helmet. They also participated in traffic parliament organized by police force of Pune and also traffic awareness programmed was organized in the department.

BHAU INSTITUTE OF INNOVATION ENTERPRENEURSHIP & LEADERSHIP
Day & Date :10/09/2015 TO 22/3/2016
Venue: KHAMGAON, TAL. VELHE, DIST. PUNE
Session conducted by: KameshMathkari, Makarand Kale, HemangiJadhav, ShantanuPawar, SurajKedar, Pankaj Bhalerao, Raman Kulkarni, NileshRaut, AbhishekChavan, LalitRokade, AtulWalke, NishaChothe
Objectives :
  • Cleaning village and removing plastic from village
  • Reuse of plastic by making plastic bricks and paper bags
  • Digital learning and basic English learning to the students in 1st to 7th standards
  • Opening Bank accounts of 9th and 10th standard students and Career guidance program for 10th std. students
  • Medical checkup of the people in the village
  • Rain water harvesting plant
  • Women empowerment
Outcome : Social Awareness for "DEVELOP VILLAGE DEVELOP INDIA"
Summary report :

In College of Engineering Pune (COEP), BHAU foundation is established. Under this BHAU foundation the event named Ignited Innovators of India (i2i) is carried out. The aim to carry out this event is to create awareness about social entrepreneurship in the students.

Visit to MatoshriVrudhashram
Day & Date :Saturday, 31st August 2015
Objectives : To sensitize students to social work ,know about predicament situations and problems of those people and also to Experience the joy of serving and being with them.
Outcome : This activity really moved the students and it also taught, what true life is all about.It was really a worthwhile experience for all the students to visit the old age home and interact with them.
Summary report :

Students of S.E , T.E and B.E participated in this Social activity and got the opportunity to serve and to interact with the people at "MatoshriVrudhashram".Students were first told about the Ashram's history and today there live around 100 of aged people under the roof of "MatoshriVrudhashram". Students acted, sang songs and spent some quality time. That was the most worthwhile time ever spent by the students.

IEEE Students Awareness Contest 2015
Day & Date :23rd September, 2015
Objectives :
  • To expose students studying in the schools to new developments in the technology so that they get motivated with it and make their mind to work in these fields in the future.
  • To enhance various skills of students of our college and give them a platform to present their ideas.
  • To encourage the students to take active participation in various competitions.
Outcome :
  • This experience of giving presentations will be helpful for students in their project seminars.
  • Skills like time management, teaching and stage confidence were enhanced.
  • They learnt how to handle crowd in effective manner.
  • IEEE certificate of this social activity will power the resume of students.
Summary report :

Students Awareness Contest 2015 was organized jointly by IEEE Pune Section and IEEE student branch of PVG's College of Engineering and Technology, Pune. This competition was open for groups from engineering and science colleges conducting graduate and postgraduate courses. Maximum four members were allowed in a group and each group had to give presentation to students of 8th to 10th standard on the selected topics of technology which influence day to day life of urban and rural population. 2 groups from our department had participated in the competition. Students from T.E. A, AdityaJawadekar, SurajJeoor, DhanashreeGodbole and PoojaDharamkar were in Group 1 and SanikaBalkawade, Ketankarambelkar, Siddhi Baravkar and PriyankaBhosale were in Group 2.

Students had to select one of the technical topics provided by IEEE and give presentation for about an hour in two schools located in urban area and two located in rural area. The students had chosen the high schools themselves with the help of Mr. R.S. Deo, Staff Coordinator of this activity. The topic of presentation selected by Group 1 was 'Communication Technology: wireless, Mobile technologies, Mobile handsets, Wi-Fi, WiMax, broadband and 3G technology'.

Donation For Medical Treatment
Day & Date :Friday, 20th March 15
Summary report :

Computer department staff and students donated Rs. 4000 for the scalp and ear treatment of MsShitalSandbhor aged 14 years on 14th September 2014. Shital met a serious accident while working with her parents in the field and was admitted to Poona hospital in Pune. Her parents were thankful to all the staff and students of the department.

Electricity & Safety [Extra- Curricular Event]
Day & Date :Monday, 21/09/15
Objectives : To create awareness about handling of electrical gadgets.
Outcome : During this session participants learned about:
  • Importance to indentify type of fire.
  • Safety measures to be taken with respective to fire type
  • What to do & what not when there is fire.
Summary report :

Students of Electrical Department of our institute has taken efforts to deliver presentation on the said topic. Presentation mainly focused on types of fires like due to electrical fault, due to explosive substances, etc. and safety measures to be taken so that fire will not be spread.

Social Awareness Thoughts [Social Event]
Day & Date :Saturday 22/08/15
Objectives :
  • To create a social awareness amongst students.
  • To understand the views of the students regarding social issues
Outcome : At the end of this session, Students learned how to:
  • Tackle with social awareness issues.
  • Pros and cons of the above mentioned social issues.
Summary report :

MCA Department has organized a "Social Awareness Thoughts" session on 22nd June 2015 for the students by the students and for the faculty members. Students put fourth some social issues like corruption, female feticide, terrorism, scenarios behind suicides etc. The thoughts given by the students are judged based on some parameters like communication; confidence, impact on the students etc. and the first 3 prizes are given to the students. The winners in this session are as follows Ms. AshwiniPadwal Ms. RashmiSherkar Ms. SailiChodankar.

Yoga Lecture Session [ Extra Curricular Event]
Day & Date :Monday 22/06/15
Speaker :Mr. N. K. Lokhande (Patanjali Institute)
Objectives :
  • To celebrate International Yoga Day.
  • To promote health benefits of yoga.
Outcome : During the Yoga Session Participants learned how to:
  • Improve your Brain Power.
  • Importance of YOGA in daily life.
  • Importance of respiration for nervous system
  • Intake a water in proper way to improve your health
Summary report :

MCA Department has organized a YOGA session on 23rd June 2015 for the students and the faculty members. The Chief Guest spoke about the benefits of the yoga like how to increase immunity and energy, mental concentration and brain power etc. The various types of yoga done by students

Traffic Forum Activity, Awareness About Traffic rules (The UL YSA SRSI Class Room)
Day & Date :1st and 5th February 2015
Resource Person :SatyajeetLokhande, Student President, Traffic Forum,
Objectives :
  • To establish a permanent student chapter in my institute for like-minded students, who are willing to bring about a change in themselvesandcan create a lasting impact on their community by spreadingroad safety awareness and inspiring involvement of the youth for the cause.
Outcome :

We were able to engage our shortlisted 50 team membersof our team 'Traffic Forum'and reach out and generate awareness among nearly 3000 people comprising of almost 2800 students and 200 adults through awareness seminars and activities.

Activities: Under the program the team undertook several activities like,

  • Road Safety Training and auditing
  • Road Safety Audit Analysis
  • Educational Awareness Campaign
  • Student Surveys
  • The Mini Traffic Parliament (An Indian parliament inspired debate on road safety policies)
  • Case study of accident victims and subsequent Philanthropy
  • The UL – YSA Traffic Summit 2016.
  • Helmet Drive
  • Road Safety Flash Mob and Street Play
Summary report :

The UL YSA Safer Roads Safer India Project has been one of the most challenging and enriching initiatives that I have been a part of in past couple of years that I have worked for this cause. The different phases of our project were executed between 1st September and 5th February; this duration coincided with a lot of time of educational curriculum of my engineering course. Hence, it demanded immense hard work and dedication as I had to also maintain a steady lectureattendance and work on our final year engineering project at the very same time. I feel proud and content of having multitasked for this project, as my efforts were recognized by not only my family, teachers and friends but also with a global network of individuals and organizations.

The Traffic Parliament July 2015
Day & Date :July 2015
Objectives : As technology evolved and time passed we were exposed to all sorts of vehicles and the set of governing traffic rules to use those vehicles on roads, but what is the use of being a part of modernization when we are not able to develop and change our basic mentality and attitude towards this new technology that we have. So along with technology we as civilians also have to develop
Outcome :

In doing this event we gained a lot as individuals but as responsible citizens we tried to give more to the society. Our event was covered by many print media and published us gloriously which was a constant boost through all stages of the event. We took on this challenge in order to make this event memorable as the importance of traffic management was understood by my team and me.

Summary report :

The Traffic Parliament Finale was organized in College of Engineering, Pune, with the support and backing of Dr. Anil Sahastrabudhe, Director, COEP. He participated in the discussion while the actual session was on and spoke about how the parking issue could be overcome by technology and cooperation between organizations.. As the chief guest of the Students' Pavilion-Traffic Forum, we were honoured by presence of Shri Ravi Pandit, the Chairman and Group CEO, KPIT, a socially responsible company which supported and sponsored our event. On the Dias, we were also joined by our honourable guests Mr. JitendraPatil-RTO Pune, Mrs. Bartake-DTO MSRTC, Dr.Dhamangaonkar-COEP, Dr.Panchgade-DY Patil COE, Prof. S. A. Itkar and Prof. B. B. Patel-PES MCOE. All dignitaries were felicitated and so were the winners. We were very proud as two of our college students Mr.AkhilNayar (TE ENTC) and Mr. George Paulson (TE ENTC) were also winners at the Parliament. In the chief guest's address, Shri Ravi Pandit quoted, 'India has Technology too just like any other country in the world but this technology was not developed for our country's need, therefore, as the technology pioneers we have to identify the needs of our own society and develop new technology and systems that shall serve our purpose and needs.' This is when everyone got a new dynamic to think upon, and we did, maybe the reason for our failed traffic System is because we just adopted it from the west, when we should have built it as per our need.

Yoga Day celebration
Day & Date :Saturday, 20th June 2015
Objectives : To celebrate the first ever World Yoga Day and instill a sense of pride among the students and faculty regarding the ancient Indian tradition.
Outcome : A well-organized program in which the students and professors participated whole-heartedly. The guests were also pleased to conduct the session educating about the art of yoga.
Summary report :

A program on World Yoga Day was organized by the students of the college's SAE Collegiate Chapter and MESA committee, on 20th of June, 2015 from 9.30 to 11.30 a.m. The program aimed at promoting Yoga which is a physical, mental and spiritual practice originated, which aims to integrate one's soul and body. Two members from Bihar School of Yoga graced the event. There were 40 participants who included students and teaching staff members. It was an interactive as well as educating session where students and staff enjoyed doing the aasanas.

Techspark 2015
Day & Date :Friday, 13th February 2015 and Saturday, 14th February 2015
Objectives : To enrich knowledge and entrepreneurial qualities of first year engineering students.
Outcome : The participating students got to acquire basic soft skills and a lot of knowledge.The revenue generated in the course of the event wasdonated to Ms. AnananyaTidake, a18 months old girl who is suffering from Stomach Cancer.
Summary report :

The exhibition was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Prof. SubramaniyamAnanthakrishnan, Chairman, Radio Astronomy Commission of URSI (2008-11).Among the prominent personalities that visited the event was Mr. AnkushKakade, Ex-MLA and Ex-Mayor of Pune who found the projects very interesting. The Principal, Prof DrMrs K R Joshi and all the HODs made it a point to pay a visit like every year. The event was headed by Mr. RohitPatwardhan and co-headed by Mr. ShubhankarRaykar. The event saw 33 teams participating in the event.

IT awareness Program 2015 held at Mawadi, near Jejuri, Pune
Day & Date :09/01/2015
Objectives :
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
Outcome : Students will be able to understand basics of computer and internet.
Summary report :

The program held in two sessions, first session is for students from standard 1st to 4th. It was for two hours. Here students were given information about basic knowledge about computers. Second session was initiated with details of basic computers, internet technology. Students were given information about how to fill online forms. Now on they will be aware of internet frauds. After that we started birthday celebration. Kids prayed for us. The moment was so niceful. After this we gave those snacks and cake to eat. They all were so happy. We had lot of fun and the children enjoyed themselves very well. They seemed to have a nice time with us.

SOCIAL ACTIVITY VISIT TO TORNA MADHYAMIK VIDYALAY VELHE(ISR ACTIVITY)
Day & Date :8/1/2015, Thursday
Venue:TORNA MADHYAMIK VIDYALAY TAL. VELHE, DIST. PUNE
Session conducted by:Prof.Mr. Vijay Marathe
Objectives : Academic, social and developmental aspects of transitioning from college to outside social life and providing opportunities for mentorship and holistic skills development
Outcome : Students were able to guide junior school and college students thus got a platform to lead and guide younger students.
Summary report :

Students and staff visited TornaMadhyamikVidyalayVelhe; they presented a lecture on career guidance for 10th and 12th students.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN NETAJI PALKAR VIDYALAYA(ISR ACTIVITY)
Day & Date :28 August, 2014, Thursday
Venue:NETAJI PALKAR VIDYALAYA , PUNE
Session conducted by:Prof Mr. D.D. Deshpande & Ms. Pooja Mogre
Objectives : Academic, social and developmental aspects of transitioning from college to outside social life and providing opportunities for mentorship and holistic skills development
Outcome : Students were able to guide junior school and college students thus got a platform to lead and guide younger students.
Summary report :

Under this activity, students gave notebooks to Vth standard students and also they conducted mini games and aptitude tests.

"Each One… Plant One!!!"Program 2014
Day & Date :Saturday, 23/8/2014
Objectives :
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
Outcome : Student understand the importance of Plantation
Summary report :

The "Each One… Plant One!!!" Program was a program in which more than fifty Students of Information Technology along with staff members are contribute themselves in Social Activity "Tree Plantation". Students and the staff members who had actively participated in the Social Activity were gathered at the I.T. Department of college at 8 A.M. There onwards after an hour of preparation the participants along with staff members and volunteers walked through a distance of about 1 km to reach a hill behind Ferguson College known as 'Hanuman Tekdi'. The team was guided by a well experienced social activist Mr.ChandrakantChopde. As the whole crowd climbed up the hill and meet Mr.Chopde on the top. With the guidance of this seventy years young worker students started tree plantation program. Plants are already arranged by faculty members.

TRAFFIC PARLIAMENT July 2014
Day & Date :July 2014
Objectives : To spread traffic awareness within the student community and to come up with a solution to reduce traffic in the city.
Outcome : The activity was a great success and encouraged a lot of youth participation in the field of traffic safety, a major concern for growing metro Politian cities.
Summary report :

The Auto Expo '14 held at Golibar Maiden witnessed a nationwide pioneering activity including a government-student partnership model on 27th December 2014. The occasion was that of the Traffic Parliament Debate Competition held at COEP, meticulously organized and conducted by P.E.S.'s Modern College of Engineering. Students from around the city had been invited to participate and were requested to draft resolutions suggesting and modifying the traffic scenario- Parking issue, Metro in Pune and road safety. The resolutions were passed after heated arguments and modifications. The specialty of this activity was the presence of imminent experts in road safety, traffic and town planning etc. Prof S A Itkar and Prof BB Patel were present during the Concluding ceremony and also took the traffic oath along with the students.

Material collection Gudbro Social activity
Day & Date :18th December 2013to 20th December 2013
Outcome : It encourages corporate and individuals to donate time, money and resources and positively impact the society.
Summary report :

The social activity was organized under GUDBRO organization which works for different NGO's. Gudbro provides a platform for other NPO's, NGO's and Social projects to showcase their projects and get funding, workforce or important recourses to accomplish the project goal. It encourages corporate and individuals to donate time, money and resources and positively impact the society.

The students of our department volunteered for Gudbro to collect donations from the school (Mahesh Vidyalay) so as to provide help to orphanages registered under Gudbro. It involved SE & TE students. The activity was carried out for 3 days from 18th December to 20th December 2013.

SOCIAL AWARENESS FOR "ELECTRICAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES."
Day & Date :2/10/2013 Monday
Venue :PUNE MUNICIPAL SCHOOL, PUNE
Session conducted by:Prof Mrs.S.D.Joshi & Prof. D. K. Joshi
Objectives: To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs
Outcome : Social Awareness for "Electrical Safety Precautions" and "Renewable Energy Resources
Summary report :

All the students of T.E.Electrical I shift actively participated in this great social activity and expressed their views about "Electrical Safety Precautions" and "Renewable Energy Resources " and also give their valuable guidance on this subject to Pune Municipal school students.

EMINAR ON ELECTROMAGNETISM AND D.C.MACHINE AT MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
Day & Date :1/10/2013, Tuesday
Venue :MODERN HIGH SCHOOL, PUNE
Session conducted by:Prof Mrs. P. V. Kulkarni &,Ms.Pooja Mogre
Objectives: To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs.
Outcome : The valuable guidance helped all school students and programme was conducted with the clearing views of students.
Summary report :

The group of student of TE Electrical second shift actively participated in social activity and expressed their views about "Electromagnetism and DC Machine" and also give their valuable guidance on this above subject to above school student.

TYING RAKHEES TO PUPILS OF AWAKEING JAGRUTI
Day & Date :1/8/2012 Wednesday
Venue :BLIND SCHOOL, PUNE
Session conducted by:Prof Mrs.S.D.Joshi,&Prof.P.S.Jadhav
Objectives: To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs
Outcome : Staff and Students felt inspired. Students also got a platform to express their ideas.
Summary report :

The group of student of TE Electrical participated in social activity at Institute "Awaking Jagruti" shivajinagar, Pune which is Daycare center for street child and school of Blind Students. Pupils were given gifts, sweets and cloths were donated.

Riverside Cleanup Drive
Day & Date :Saturday, 21st January 2012
Objectives: To give awareness to students about the importance of Cleanliness in day to day lifestyle.
Outcome : Students realized the importance of cleanliness.
Summary report :

The most notable thing observed in the cleanup drive was that 4576 plastic bags were collected. Plastic being a non degradable substance poses serious health hazards as it contains various chemicals which can cause life threatening diseases like cancer, respiratory difficulties, bronchitis etc. and apart from this it causes serious damage to the environment also. It was a sad site to see the riverbank in such an apathy and gives out a strong message to create awareness among the citizens against the use of plastic sets.

IT awareness Program 2012 for Housewives held at Modern college of Engineering, Pune
Day & Date :Monday, 2/1/2012
Objectives:
  • To understand different social issues and responsibilities
  • To develop and improve communication and managerial skills
Outcome : Housewives will be able to understand basics of internet and its use.
Summary report :

The program is organized for housewives to make them aware about facilities provided by internet. In session they were given information about basic knowledge of internet and facilities provided internet. Practical hands on were given for how to read newspaper, how to book online tickets etc.

VISIT TO NIWARA VIDHA ASHRAM
Day & Date :25/9/2011, Sunday
Venue:NIWARA VIDHA ASHRAM
Session conducted by:Prof Mrs. H.R.Hardas
Objectives: To understand different social issues and responsibilities.
Outcome : Staff and Students felt inspired. Students also got a platform to express their ideas
Summary report :

Electrical Department of Modern College of Engineering had organized visit to NiwaraVidha Ashram on 25/09/2011.The Visit was compiled of 20 members and accompanied by two staff members. Ourarrial was welcomed by some grandmothers. Students interact with them.Aaji's shares their life experiance.After that we arranged snacks program for them.