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To groom technically competent IT engineers to satisfy the needs of industry and society.

To impart effective teaching and learning, to nurture students fundamentals and technical knowledge.
To enhance practical learning to meet the industrial needs.
To promote ethical and moral values through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

  • To be one of the most progressive, in pace with latest trends in the technology.

  • IT department is imparting technical & practical knowledge to the students.
  • The department has a substantial number of experienced faculty members and well equipped laboratory.
  • The Engineer shall have a successful professional career.
  • The Engineer shall have ability to meet industrial and social needs ethically.
  • Students shall be able to work with software and hardware system and their application.

  • Student shall be able to use latest software tools and technologies.
  • Student shall be able to develop and manage the information processing system that would perform the task related to an individual or organization.

  • Basic knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering to solve the engineering problems.
  • Discipline knowledge: An ability to apply disciplines - specific knowledge to solve core and/or applied engineering problems.
  • Experiments and practice: An ability to plan and perform experiments and practices and to use the results to solve engineering problems.
  • Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate technologies and tools with an understanding of the Limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Demonstrate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse/multidisciplinary teams.
  • Communication: An ability to communicate effectively.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes.
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Programming Lab I

This lab is well established and fully equipped with Acer desktop pc. Lab located in B building – J S Polytechnic, Information Technology Department. This lab is utilized by students to perform practical experiments of programming subjects and teaching and non-teaching staff. The goal of this lab is to prepare a best programmer. This lab located at PB-212 Information Technology Department.

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Linux Lab

The Linux Lab is available to faculty, staff, and students. There are total of 30 High powered PCs in 1 Lab located in B building – J S Polytechnic, Information Technology Department. These LINUX PCs may be used remotely by connecting through the command "ssh -X <hostname>" from your local LINUX desktop. You need to have an X-environment.

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Multimedia Lab

The Multimedia Labs are multi-computer teaching facilities dedicated to integrating creative technology with teaching and learning. We provide software, equipment and support for the production of web, software development, graphics, video, animation, 3D fabrication and sound. Student can use the labs for creative projects and faculty can use the labs as teaching spaces. The three multimedia labs are located at: PB-210 Information Technology Department.

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Network Lab

The goal of this lab is to investigate issues in wireline and wireless networks, mobile computing and multimedia, and to find solutions to the technical problems in these areas. The future integration of these two technologies will also require solutions to the specific problems that arise with these combined. Currently we are looking at wireless and mobility problems such as routing protocols and algorithms, resource and service location protocols, mechanisms to improve throughput over wireless links, and mechanisms to provide seamless mobility between different interfaces in heterogenous networks. This lab located at PB-211 Information Technology Department.

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Programming Lab I

This lab is well established and fully equipped with Acer desktop pc. Lab located in B building – J S Polytechnic, Information T ...

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courses

Linux Lab

The Linux Lab is available to faculty, staff, and students. There are total of 30 High powered PCs in 1 Lab located in B building ...

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courses

Multimedia Lab

The Multimedia Labs are multi-computer teaching facilities dedicated to integrating creative technology with teaching and learning ...

Read More
courses

Network Lab

The goal of this lab is to investigate issues in wireline and wireless networks, mobile computing and multimedia, and to find solu ...

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    Prof. R. P. Bembade

    Head of Department

    • ME (Computer)

      rahul.bembade@yahoo.com

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    Prof. M. A. Haware

    Lecturer

    • MBA (finance)

      iqbalhawre@gmail.com

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    Prof. D. S. Jadhav - Anarase

    Lecturer

    • ME (IT)

      deepa.anarase@gmail.com

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    Prof. J. R. Dhavale

    Lecturer

    • MA (English)

      jayu.dhavale@gmail.com

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    Prof. V. B. Burgute

    Lecturer

    • ME (Computer)

      vickyburgute02@gmail.com

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    Mr. C. R. Patil

    Lecturer

    • ME (Computer)

      c.patil555@gmail.com

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    Mr. R. R. Malgaonkar

    Lecturer

    • M Tech (IT)

      rohitmalgaonkar55@gmail.com

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    Mrs. S. I. Shaikh

    Lecturer

    • M.E. Computer

      salma9feb@gmail.com

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  • To advance the education and social development of its members and students of the college as a whole.
  • To represent the interests of its members and act as a channel of communication in dealing with the college and other bodies.
  • To promote and protect the welfare of its members.
  • To promote, encourage and co-ordinate student clubs, societies, sports and social activities
  • To provide a mechanism for liaison with other Student Associations or Unions

Sr.No. Name of the Committee member Designation
1 Mr. C. R. Patil President
2 Mr. Yash Shirke Vice –President
3 Mr. Manthan Jadhav. Secretary
4 Miss. Pournima Edke. Treasurer
5 Mr. Sourabh Kamble. Digital Content Head