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Incubation Centre

About Incubation Centre

Globally incubation has been identified as a means of meeting a variety of economic and socioeconomic policy needs, which may include job creation, fostering a community's entrepreneurial climate, technology commercialization, diversifying local economies, building or accelerating growth of local industry clusters, business creation and retention, encouraging women or minority entrepreneurship, identifying potential spin-in or spin-out business opportunities, or community revitalization. Taking the same idea Jagadambha College of Engineering and Technology has also established the incubation centre for its student and alumni. The incubation centre here incubates various activities through different committees such as Research and development centre, III cell, IP Cell and Learning and Creativity Centre. The incubation centre supports and encourages those people who have a passion for knowledge generation and mentoring.

Hon'ble Minister Shri Hansraj Ahir (Minister of State) Home Affairs as chief guest for inauguration of Incubation Centre     at JCET Yavatmal

Committee

 

Sr NO

Name of Committee Member

Designation

1

Dr. H.M.Baradkar

Chairman

2

Dr. A. D.Sheleotkar

Coordinator

3

Dr.V.L. Bhambere

Member

4 Dr, V.G.Neve

Member

5

Prof P.D.Thakare

Member

6

Prof A.R.Rode

Member

Objective

  • Help to create value added jobs and services to students.
  • Fostering the entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Create Awareness about Technology, R & D  products and processes.
  • To promote idea of small & medium industries.
  • Assistance to students and staff by way of specialized services e.g patenting, copyright arrangement of venture capital, helping towards marketing of products & processes.
  • To promote new technology/ knowledge/ innovation based start-ups.
  • To introduce students to start-up ecosystem by establishing a network between academia, financial institutions, industries, and other institutes.

Activities of Incubator

  • Students participated continuously for 2 years in International Go-Kart Championship 2017-2018 by designing their own vehicle.
  • New patents are filed & copyrights registered.
  • Students came up with minor and major projects.
  • Students and alumni came up with new start-up ideas.

Cell Formation Under Incubation Centre

1. IPCELL

2.III CELL

3. Learning & Creativity Center

4. Research Center

5.Institution's Inovation Council

Why Institution’s Innovation Council?

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 while they are in formative years. MIC has envisioned creation of ‘Institution’s Innovation Council (IICs)’ across selected HEIs. A network of these IICs will be established to promote innovation in the Institution through multitudinous modes leading to an innovation promotion eco-system in these campuses.

 

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 (ARRIA

· 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 Composition

Sr.  No. 

Experts

Designation

No.

Name

1

Senior Faculty Member of the Institution

President

1

Dr. H. M. Baradkar

2

Faculty Member

Convener

1

Dr. A. D. Shelotkar

3

Faculty Member

Member

1

Dr. V. L. Bhambere

4

IICs Coordinator (Student)

Coordinator

1

Mr. Sandip Rathod

5

Representative from nearby Incubation Centre

Member

1

Dr. V. G. Neve

6

Representative of SIDBI/ NABARD/Lead Bank/ Investor

Member

1

Mr. Pawan A. Watile

7

Technical Experts from Industry

Member

2

Mr. Bhalchandra Chikate

Mr. Avinash Wadhe

Students from the host Institution

Member

11

Mr.Kunal Kale

Miss. Sayali Bhalme

Mr. Dhiraj Deshmkh

Miss Mayuri Kohar

Mr Aditya Ramteke

Mr Amit Thakare

Mr. Rushikesh Gulhane

Mr. Nitin Ingole

Miss. Sofiya Dheen

Mr. Karan Jadhao

Mr. Uddesh Wandare

 

 

Workshops & Seminar
Name of Workshop/Seminar Link

Industry Institute Interaction Program

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Building Information Modeling

Click Here

Cyber Security Law

Click Here

Mobile Making and IOT Workshop

Click Here

Essence Of Multistage DC-DC Power Converter Configurations In Renewable Power Applications

Click Here

Guest Lecture on Piping Design and Engineering

Click Here

Skill Development

Click Here

Skill Development

Click Here

Revit MEP & Auto Cad in Electrical

Click Here

One Day Workshop on "Intellectual Property"

Click Here

Android App Development by Elegant IT, Yavatmal

Click Here

Autocad in Electrical

Click Here

S C Power Solutions Mysore’s Job Orientation Pre-Placement Talk

Click Here

Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

Click Here

Civil Engineering Software

Click Here

STTP on LATEX

Click Here

To Enhance The Performance Of Students Of Electrical Engineering Department

Click Here

STTP on MATLAB

Click Here

Entrepreneurship Awareness

Click Here

Solid Modeling and Autocad

 

Research Center

Dr H. M. Baradkar

Principal

Chairman

Dr. S. A. Chavhan

Principal( Wainganga COE)

Invitee

Dr. A. D. Shelotkar

HOD Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering  

Dean R&D

Dr. V. G. Neve

HOD Electrical Engineering Department

Member

Dr. V. L. Bhambere

HOD Mechanical Engineering Department

Member

Prof. A. R .Rode

HOD Civil Engineering Department

Member

Prof. P. D. Thakare

HOD Computer Engineering Department

Member

 Functions of Research Centre:

  • Promotes research culture among faculty members and students.
  • Motivate the faculty to apply for minor and major research project through different funding agencies.
  • Guidance for publication of papers/articles in reputed journals.
  • Management provides seed money for research project
  • Efforts are been made to attract and retain qualified faculty in the campus.

Research & Development

Code of Ethics

 

Code of Ethics to Check Malpractices and Plagiarism in Research

 

Research:-

 

The students and faculty members are strictly advised to follow the instructions to justify originality of their findings.

 

* Research work of faculty / PG students in the form of papers / projects must go through the process of plagiarism and has to maintain high academic and creation level.

     * Respective guides should check the work whether it is as per national and international standard and it is innovative and applicable.

    * Few of links are given below for online plagiarism checking software. All faculty and students must check the plagiarism of their work before publication.

 * Any complaints regarding plagiarism or objection on research stuff, institute will not be responsible and answerable, for the same disciplinary action may be taken against the guilty.

 

* Plagiarism Checker online Website/Software

  1. Plagiarism Checker  https://smallseotools.com/plagiarism-checker/
  2. Quetext (https://www.quetext.com/)
  3. Online Plagiarism Checker and Grammar Checker  https://www.bibme.org/grammar-and-plagiarism/
  4. http://www.sgbaulib.com/

 

 

Activity Reports

1

International Go Kart Championship 2016-17

Click Here

2

International Go Kart Championship 2017-18

Click Here

3

Building Information Modeling

Click Here

4

Revit MEP & AUTO CAD in Electrical

Click Here

5

Android app development program

Click Here

6

AutoCAD in Electrical

Click Here

7

Scope of Design Softwares in Mechanical Engineering

Click Here

8

D link workshop 2015-16

Click Here

Anti-Ragging Committee

 

As per all India Council for Technical Education notified the regulations for prevention and prohibition of Ragging in AICTE approved technical Institutions vide no.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009 Dated:01/07/2009.Institute had constituted the anti-Ragging committee as below. All the below committee members have to work as the guidelines given in regulation for prevention and prohibition of ragging in AICTE approved Technical Institutions Vide No.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009 Dated: 01/07/2009. 

 

Sr. No.

Name OF Committee Member

Position

01

Dr.H.M.Baradkar

Principal & Chairman

02

Mr.Haridas P.Thakare

Member(Representative of Police)

03

Mr.Sanjay Hajare

Member(Civil Person)

04

Dr.Chetan Darne

Member(NGO)

05

Mr.Ajay Gawande

Member(Media Person)

06

Mr.Narendra Kulkarni

Member(Parent of Student)

07

Prof.A.B.Dhumne

Member(Faculty)

08

Mr.Akash Darne

Member(Non-Teaching Faculty)

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Anti-Ragging Squad

 

As per all India Council for Technical Education notified the regulations for prevention and prohibition of Ragging in AICTE approved technical Institutions vide no.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009 Dated:01/07/2009.Institute had constituted the anti-Ragging Squad as below. All the below committee members have to work as the guidelines given in regulation for prevention and prohibition of ragging in AICTE approved Technical Institutions Vide No.37-3/Legal/AICTE/2009 Dated:01/07/2009.

 

Sr.No.

Name OF Committee Member

Position

01

Dr. H. M. Baradkar

Principal & Chairman

02

Dr. V. G. Neve

Member

03

Prof. R. U. Hedau

Member

04

Dr. A. D. Shelotkar

Member

05

Prof. Ramkumar Solanki

Member

As per All India Council For Technical Education (establishment of mechanism for grievance redressalregulations,2012,F.No.37-3/Legal/2012, dated 25/5/2012) and letter received from SantGadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati (Letter No.SGBAU/8/C-2013/2013,dated:29/1/2013).Following are the committee members for grievances and redressal at our institute 

 

Grievances Redressal Committee

 

Sr.No.

Name

Position

1

Dr.A.B.Marathe

Chairman

2

Prof.P.S.Pachgade

Member

3

Prof.J.P.Kaware

Member

4

Dr.R.D.Raut

Member

5

Shri. N.S.Koli

Member

6

Dr.H.M.Baradkar

Member

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

Introduction: Internal Quality Assurance Cell Nirbhay

 

                                                                             ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

                                                                                               OF

                                        JAGADAMBHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, YAVATMAL

                                                                                       Committee

Name

Designation

Address

Mob. No.

Dr. Hemant M. Baradkar

President

Plot No. 38, Singhaniya layout, Near Ujwal nagar, Yavatmal

9011083260

Mr. Ashish Banduji Samarth

Secretary

Dandekar Layout, Jamb road, Wadgaon, Yavatmal

9503123170

Mr. Akash Jinendra Bramhankar

Vice-President

Plot No. 41, Sainath society Wadgaon, road, Yavatmal.

7798339993

Mr. Ankit Ashokrao Zade

Treasurer

At. Jawara Post. Nimgavan, Tq. Chandur(Rly), Dist. Amravati 9764688649

Ms. Priyanka Haridas Kadam

Member

25, Jaysingpure Layout, Behind Rajani gas godown, Yavatmal.

8625989816

Ms. Shikha Vijay Jaiswal

Member

Shubham Matching Mahajn wadi, Yavatmal.

9404847318

Ms. Nitisha Kailas Achmelwar

Member

23, Shrikrupa Colony, Vitthalwadi, Sandip Mangalam Road, Yavatmal

7448282812

 

Objectives:-

  1. To provide a forum to establish a link between the alumni, staff and students of the institute.
  2. To enable the alumni to participate in activities that would contribute to the general development of the Institute and the Society.
  3. To help the alumni with their technical and relocation problem.
  4. To try to find employment opportunities to students and fellow alumni member in need.
  5. To institute prizes and scholarship, and render financial aid nearby and deserving students of the institute.
  6. To support academic activities like conferences, workshops, technical symposiums (including travel and registration support to students and the staff).
  7. To contribute towards the welfare of the alumni.
  8. To keep the alumni abreast of scientific and technological development of national and global importance.
  9. To give scholarship to meritorious students.
  10. To give awards to toppers of all branches of engineering.
  11. To arrange seminars and debates for technical guidance to students for knowledge and career advancement.
  12. To acquire purchases or otherwise own or take on lease or hire in the city of Yavatmal or elsewhere in India temporarily or permanently any movable or immovable property necessary or convenient for the furtherance of the object of the association.
  13. To invest and deal with the funds of the association.
  14. To do such other lawful things as are conductive or incidental to the attainment of the above objectives and / or beneficial to the interest of the institute and alumni.
  15. To promote entrepreneurship & innovation among the students.
  16. To help institute for effective liaison to Industry.

Student Counseling Committee

 

The students Counseling Committee is being formed at the college level comprising the Heads of allof all Departments and Class in-charges of respective Classes. The Committee have to work as follows:

  1. To set up professionally staffed confidential Student Counseling Cell to provide assistance to students having personal, emotional, social and academic problems.
  2. To ensure that a counselor seeks to help the students to focus on and understand more clearly the issue that concerns him/her, by respecting his/her own values, choices and lifestyles the counselor can workto or changes that are right for him / her. Sometimes, it is found that this students get depressed because of their failures most of which could be attributed to their lack of confidence and inhabitation.
  3. To address specific problem relating to study, often in more structured approach focusing on improving study skills.
  4. To implement proper programmes for students guidance and mentioning at the department level. Individual faculty members handling the subject are volunteered to assist students who need extra help to maximize their learning outcomes in the subject being taught. Faculty members act as a mentors to provide individual for a small group of students instructions outside of class lessons to meet an immediate learning need.
  5. To interact with English department faculty members to offer special programmes to improve and enhance English communications skills for the students coming from rural background to farewell in examinations and future challenges.

 

Students Counseling Committee

Computer Engineering Department

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

1

Prof.P.D.Thakare

Chairman

2

Prof.M.G.Ingle

Member

3

Prof.A.M.Dhore

Member

4

Prof.A.V.Mahalle

Member

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Civil Engineering Department

 

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

1

Prof.A.R.Rode

Chairman

2

Prof.M.R.Nalamwar

Member

3

Prof.P.K.Pardhake

Member

4

Prof.S.R.Raut

Member

 

Mechanical Engineering Department

 

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

1

Dr.V.L.Bhambhere

Chairman

2

Prof.P.H.Meshram

Member

3

Prof. H. V. Ingole

Member

3

Prof.R.R.Mishra

Member

4

Prof.A.B.Samarth

Member

 

Electrical Engineering Department

 

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

1

Dr.V.G.Neve

Chairman

2

Prof.P.V.Pullawar

Member

3

Prof.A.A.Zade

Member

4

Prof.P.H.Kadam

Member

 

Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering Department

 

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

1

Dr.A.D.Shelotkar

Chairman

2

Prof.D.P.Jagtap

Member

3

Prof.S.D.Kale

Member

4

Prof.A.R.Dudhe

Member

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

1

Dr.A.D.Shelotkar

Chairman

2

Prof.D.P.Jagtap

Member

3

Prof.S.D.Kale

Member

4

Prof.A.R.Dudhe

Member

Committee for SC/ST

As per schedule caste and schedule tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989, No.33 of 1989, dated 11.09.1989 Institute had constituted the committee for SC/ST Students. All the below committee members have to work as per the guidelines given in Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act,1989, No.33 of 1989, dated 11.09.1989.

 

Sr.No.

Name of Committee Member

Position

01

Dr. H. M. Baradkar

Principal & Chairman

02

Dr. V. G. Neve

Member

03

Dr. V. L. Bhambere

Member

04

Dr. A. D. Shelotkar

Member

05

Prof. P. D. Thakare

Member

                                                  III CelI (Industry Institute Interaction Cell)

CHAIRMAN

Dr. H. M. Baradkar (Principal, JCET)

Cell Coordinators

Prof Amol Raike (T&P Dept.)                                                   

Dept. Coordinators

Prof. Tushar Sabnis (Mech Dept.)

Prof. Swapnil Rajurkar(EXTC Dept.)

Prof. Aniruddha Kolpyakwar (Comp. Dept.)

Prof. Vishal Dhore (Civil Dept.)

Prof. Pallavi Pullawar (Ele. Dept.)

Industry Representative

Mr. Bhalchandra Chikte (Raymond, Amaravati)

 

OBJECTIVES

  • To enhance industry institute interaction
  • To organize lectures, workshops, training, by inviting experts from the  industry periodically.
  • To enter into MOU with industries for mutual benefits and also for deputing students for projects.
  • To promote corporate culture among faculty and students.
  •  To provide training and placement for better placement for outgoing students.  

 

Activities:   

  • Guest Lectures
  • Study Tour /Field Trips
  • Projects for students
  • Campus Placement
  • Industrial Meet
  • Technical training
  • Soft skill & Aptitude Training
  • Personality Development workshop
  • Communication improvement classes

 

 

                                                                                        IP cell

                                                                       IPR STANDING COMMITTEE (IPR SC)

Dean (R&D)

Dr. Aniruddha D. Shelotkar

(HOD Electronics & Communication Engineering)

Dean (Academics)

Dr. Vijay G. Neve

(HOD Electrical Engineering)

Associate Dean (R&D)

Dr. Vijay L. Bhambere

(HOD Mechanical Engineering)

Director’s nominee

Prof. Amol R. Rode

(HOD Civil Engineering)

Director’s nominee

Prof. Parag D. Thakare

(HOD ComputerScience Engineering)

Director’s nominee

Dr. M. B. Wasu

(Prof. Chemistry Department)

Director’s nominee (External Consultancy)

Mr. Dhruv Brahmbhatt | MD

MYCrave Consultancy & Services

 

Outcomes from above centre

  • New patents are filed ©right registered
  • Enhancement of publication by the faculty members.
  • Students came up with minor and major projects.
  • Faculty members and students took initiation to enrol themselves in more number of professional bodies.

 

ROLE OF IPRSC

The current role of IP Cell includes the following, which may be revised from time to time.

(a) To Organize of IP awareness programs in campus.

(b) Organizing SC (Standing Committee) meetings IPR in co‐ordination with incubation centreR&D.

(d) Periodic review of IP cases (filed/granted applications) for better growth.

(e) To Guide faculty/students/project staff/ supporting staff/visitors in all IPR application activities.

(f) To coordinate with the inventor(s) to proactively, identify third parties for development and commercialization of IP.

(g) Protect and take care of all IPR documents

  • To lay down a transparent administration system for the ownership and control of intellectual properties and sharing of the revenues generated and owned by Jagadambha College of Engineering & Technology.
  • It shares a global perception of practices related to intellectual property retaining national identity and local constraints, avoiding as far as possible ‘conflict’ of opposing interests,
  • The policy promotes fair use of traditional knowledge while recognizing local traditional knowledge stakeholders and benefit sharing for the welfare of the society.
                                                        Internal Complaint Committee
                                                             OBC Committee /Cell
                                                                   Minority Committee/Cell

 

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Designation

 

 

OMBUDSMAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SGBAU/8/C-2013/2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29/01/2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. A.B. Marathe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chairman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SGB Amravati University Amravati

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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