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Research & Innovation

Institution Innovation Council (IIC)

About Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC):

Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India has established ‘MHRD’s Innovation Cell (MIC)’ to systematically foster the culture of Innovation amongst all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The primary mandate of MIC is to encourage, inspire and nurture young students by supporting them to work with new ideas and transform them into prototypes while they are informative years. MIC has encouraged creation of ‘Institution’s Innovation Council (IICs)’ across selected HEIs to promote innovation in the Institution through multitudinous modes leading to an innovation promotion eco-system in the campuses.Our Institute has been selected for establishing Institution Innovation Council (IIC) (2018) at our premises as per the norms and directions of Innovation Cell, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India.

Major Focus of IIC:

  • To create a vibrant local innovation ecosystem
  • Start-up/ entrepreneurship supporting Mechanism in HEIs
  • Prepare institute for Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements Framework (ARIIA)
  • Establish Function Ecosystem for Scouting Ideas and Pre-incubation of Ideas
  • Develop better Cognitive Ability amongst Technology Students

Functions of Institution’s Innovation Council

  • Promote innovation in the Institution through multitudinous modes leading to an innovation promotion eco-system in the campus
  • To conduct various innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities prescribed by Central MIC in time bounded fashion.
  • Identify and reward innovations and share success stories.
  • Organize periodic workshops/ seminars/ interactions with entrepreneurs, investors, professionals and create a mentor pool for student innovators.
  • Network with peers and national entrepreneurship development organizations.
  • Create an Institution’s Innovation portal to highlight innovative projects carried out by institution’s faculty and students.
  • Organize Hackathons, idea competition, mini-challenges etc with the involvement of industries.

Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC) Committee

Sr. No. Name of The Member Position Branch
1 Dr. Mrs. K. R. Joshi Principal Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
2 Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe President Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
3 Mr. K. S. Khadke Convener Computer Engineering
4 Hrishikesh Shirke Member Electrical Engineering
5 Mr. Sanjay Inamdar Representative from nearby Incubation centre Industrial Engineering
6 Mr. Avinash Joshi Bank / Investor Banking
7 Mr. Rakesh Mali Expert from nearby Industry Electronics Engineering
8 Archana Joshi Patent Expert Patent

Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC) Student Members

Sr. No. Name of The Member Branch
1 Atharva Joshi Computer Engineering
2 Steve Mendis Computer Engineering
3 Aditya Kharade Computer Engineering
4 Mangesh Mali Electrical Engineering
5 Rishikesh Borse Electrical Engineering
6 Aditya Ghube Electrical Engineering
7 Akhil Athawale Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
8 Shravan Kanchan Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
9 Anurag Deokar Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
10 Atharva Patil Mechanical Engineering
11 Sneha Wavare Mechanical Engineering
12 Omkar Sutar Mechanical Engineering
13 Shivam Shete Mechanical Engineering
14 Rahul Mashere Information Technology Engineering
15 Varun Kulkarnni Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
16 Akanksha Gajbahar Information Technology Engineering

Institution’s Innovation Council(IIC) Activity Summary

Sr. No. Date Activity Topic Relevance to PO Resource Person Firm Venue
2018-19
1 08-01-2019 Episode 01- “India First Leadership Talk Series”. PO6, PO8, PO9, PO11, PO12. Mr. Anand Mahindra Chairman, Mahindra Group. P.E.S.M.C.O.E. Pune
2 10-01-2019 Offline Workshop on “IPR for Students and Faculty Members”. PO2, PO8, PO9, PO12 Ms. Nitin Shukla Senior Scientist, National Chemical Laboratory. P.E.S.M.C.O.E. Pune
3 10-01-2019 Online Workshop on “IPR for Students and Faculty Members”. PO2, PO8, PO9, PO12 Ms. Shwetasree Majumdar Principal, Fidus Law Chamber. P.E.S.M.C.O.E. Pune
4 24-01-2019 Episode 02- India First Leadership Talk Series Talk on “Planning for Career”. PO10, PO11, PO12. Dr. Anand Deshpande Founder, Chairman & M.D., Persistent Systems Ltd. P.E.S.M.C.O.E. Pune
5 2 & 3-03-2019 SMART INDIA HACKATHON 2019. PO1, PO2, PO3, PO5, PO6, PO9, PO11, PO12 NA NA JSS Academy of Engineering, Noida
6 19-03-2019 India First Leadership Talk Series Talk on “Art of Decision Making”. PO6, PO7, PO8, PO9, PO10, Po12 Shri. Ajit Doval National Security Advisor, Government of India. P.E.S.M.C.O.E. Pune

INDIA FIRST LEADERSHIP TALK SERIES

08 January 2019, Tuesday

Venue

Seminar Hall, E & TC, Computer, IT, Mechanical, MBA.

Session Conducted By:

Mr. Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group.

Objective

  • To motivate students do come with your idea and be an Entrepreneur.

Summary Report:

  • Modern College of Engineering Pune-05, has conducted a session on India First Leadership Talk Series for all students. It was great pleasure to listen Mr. Anand Mahindra in India First-Leadership Talk Series.
  • During the discussion with him, what Harvard Business School (HBS) or any other institutes can’t teach you are Humility, Brevity and Self-awareness. He defines HBS as, H-Humility: Inversely proportional to prestige. He told that never lose your humility. Brevity: -Its Latin meaning is Brief. Greatest of all problem can be solved by simplifying the things. Self-awareness: Need to understand your own motive. What is our own motivation, what right choices makes you happier and happier people will be successful?
  • About Innovation he thought innovation is not a ‘Jugad’ it’s ‘Jakashh” having wow facto. Innovation is not only making the ‘Do’ as we had done it over too long. Cutting technology change will not come from Jugad, but it came from ready destructive thinking
  • He told never find a single role model. Because, every leader has its own followers.
  • Mr. Anand Mahindra discussed the way cope up from failure in different manner

Outcome :

  • Participants learned about how to be a good leader and how to have work-life balance.

POs Mapped with the Activity/Event:

PO6, PO8, PO9, PO11, and PO12.

OFFLINE WORKSHOP ON “IPR FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS

10 January 2019, Tuesday

Venue

Seminar Hall, E & TC.

Session Conducted By:

Ms. Nitin Shukla, Senior Scientist, National Chemical Laboratory.

Objective

  • To inculcate knowledge about Patent, Copyright and Trademark.

Summary Report:

  • Modern College of Engineering Pune-05, has organised a workshop on IPR for Students and Faculty Members. Dr. NitinTewari started session with the history of Intellectual Property stating that the Statute of Monopolies (1624) and the British Statute of Anne (1710) are seen as the origins of patent law and copyright respectively. Henceforth she put light on the role and functions of World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO through an example of victory of India when India had revoked the US Patent over turmeric granted in 1995.
  • Dr. Nitin classified the types of intellectual properties in four categories such as Patent, Copyright, Trade Mark and Industrial design. While notifying the differences in these categories, she spoke that any innovation which has physical model and specific function to deliver comes under the category of Patent. Students had shown their interest in more detailing required to be addressed in further sessions.
  • About copyright act in India she described the benefits of copyright with an example of movie “3 Idiots” and ChetanBhagat’s novel.
  • Thereafter she reopens the session for further discussion over the queries to faculties and students. Where faculty members asked minute difficulties in expressing the novelty in their patent .

Outcome :

  • Participants learned about how to be a good leader and how to have work-life balance.

POs Mapped with the Activity/Event:

PO2, PO8, PO9,PO12.

ONLINE WORKSHOP ON “IPR FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS

10 January 2019, Tuesday

Venue

Seminar Hall, E & TC, Computer, IT, Mechanical, MBA.

Session Conducted By:

Ms. ShwetasreeMajumdar, Principal, Fidus Law Chamber.

Objective

  • To understand laws of patents.

Summary Report:

  • Modern College of Engineering Pune-05, has conduct a workshop on IPR for Students and Faculty Members. Ms. ShwetashreeMujumdar at the opening of her discussion briefly concluded the history and philosophical amendments in the laws of patents worldwide through some examples. In her presentation she was able to classify the types of intellectual properties in four categories such as Patent, Copyright, Trade Mark and Industrial design. Eventually she explained a patent draft in the field of electronic engineering and elucidated the novelty in the innovation. She progressively put light on case studies on number of patents in the field of engineering and sciences in detail.
  • Later she discussed that in case of electronic components though the basic components remain same, the circuit diagram of the component could get a patent. Further she explored the ambiguities involved in the trademarks and clarified it in detail though a case study of various trademark registered.
  • Further she explored the ambiguities involved in the trademarks and clarified it in detail though a case study of various trademark registered. She explicitly delivered this case though photographs of trademarks of various companies. She also enlightened the role of trade mark and walk around the laws of trade secre

Outcome :

  • Participants learned about laws of patents worldwide and industrial design.

POs Mapped with the Activity/Event:

PO2, PO8, PO9, and PO12.

INDIA FIRST LEADERSHIP TALK SERIES TALK ON “PLANNING FOR CAREER”.

24 January 2019, Tuesday

Venue

Seminar Hall, E & TC, Computer, Mechanical, MBA.

Session Conducted By:

Dr. Anand Deshpande, Chairman & M. D. Persistent Systems Ltd.

Objective

  • To motivate students, plan for career as an Entrepreneur.

Summary Report:

  • Modern College of Engineering Pune-05, has conducted a session on India First Leadership Talk Series Talk on “Planning for Career” for all students. In the interview of Dr. Deshpande taken by Dr.AbhayJere of MHRD Innovation cell, Dr.Jere opened up with first question that "What motivated Dr. Deshpande to enter into entrepreneurship and start business though he had no background of business".
  • He successfully convinced to his company that some of their work they could outsource which Dr. Deshpande would be doing form India. This was his first business tasks by his own. But soon it made more sense to start things by his own, which eventually grew into "Persistent Systems Pvt. Ltd".
  • He described further that as Uber driver is self-employed and self-reliant in acquiring knowledge/skills to drive and make business, students should also develop that ability for their chosen field. As a closing remark, Dr. Deshpande said, he is trying to inspire more and more young people to start their own businesses through “Aasara foundation” he started. Finally, he said, that "We have to create our own jobs and just looking for jobs for all

Outcome :

  • Understand procedure for Patent filing Offline and Online. Know how to verify our work is innovative for patent registration.

POs Mapped with the Activity/Event:

PO10, PO11, and PO12

Dr. Mrs. R. S. Kamathe Coordinator-ED Cell and President-IIC, PES’s MCOE, Pune-5.