Department of Computer Science

Scope and Importance

Vision

To offer quality education in computer science.

Mission
  • To provide globally competent computer   professionals to serve the need of society.
  • To provide a strong theoretical and practical background across the computer science discipline with an emphasis on software development.

The most important aspect of computer science is problem solving, an essential skill for life. Students study the design, development and analysis of software and hardware used to solve problems in a variety of business, scientific and social contexts.After completing B.Sc. M Sc. Computer Science, students get the opportunity to work as Software Engineer, Software Tester, Project Manager, and Application Developer. One may start one’s own programming and software development venture and remain self employed!

Faculty Members

  • Ms M N Sawant

    Designation : Assistant Professor

    Qualification: B. Sc.(Applied),M. C. M., M. Phil.

    Experience   : 29 Years

  • Ms V P Shewale

    Designation  : Assistant Professor

    Qualification : M. Sc.(Computer Science),M.Phil.

    Experience   : 20 Years

  • Ms A D Bhandare

    Designation  : Assistant Professor

    Qualification : M. Sc.(Computer Science),B.Ed.

    Experience   : 8 Years

  •  

    Ms S S Bonde

    Designation  : Assistant Professor

    Qualification : M. Sc.(Computer Science),SET qualified

    Experience   : 7 Years

  • Ms V S Shirore

    Designation  : Assistant Professor

    Qualification : M. Sc.(Computer Science)

    Experience    : 7 Years

  • Ms S G Patil

    Designation  : Assistant Professor

    Qualification : M. Sc.(Computer Science)

    Experience    : 5 Years

Student's Strength

Year F.Y. S.Y. T.Y.
Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total
2018-19 21 15 36 11 09 20 12 14 26
2017-18 27 15 42 14 13 27 05 12 17
2016-17 17 15 32 04 14 18 05 09 14
2015-16 09 17 26 07 08 15 06 10 16
2014-15 10 08 18 07 12 19 15 09 24
2013-14 12 13 25 13 09 22 08 17 25
2012-13 10 09 19 11 14 25 43 23 64
2011-12 22 16 38 38 26 65 18 30 48
Year M Sc I M Sc II
Male Female Total Male Female Total
2017-18 04 07 11 02 05 07
2016-17 01 04 06 06 11 17
2015-16 06 10 16 04 10 14
2014-15 05 15 20 10 15 25
2013-14 10 15 25 05 24 29
2012-13 25 05 30 19 12 31
2011-12 19 12 31 13 15 27

Classwise Result

Class wise Result: UG
Year F.Y. S.Y. T.Y.
Registered students Pass students Percentage of passing Registered students Pass students Percentage of passing Registered students Pass students Percentage of passing
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17  32 26 81.25 18 18 100.00 14 07 50.00
2015-16 22 17 77.27 15 15 100.00 15 10 66.00
2014-15 18 14 77.78 19 17 88.88 24 08 30.43
2013-14 25 20 79.17 22 22 100.0 25 08 34.00
2012-13 19 14 73.68 25 23 92.00 64 25 36.00
2011-12 38 27 67.65 64 64 100.0 48 31 63.04
Class wise Result: PG
Year M Sc I M Sc II
Registered students Pass students Percentage of passing Registered students Pass students Percentage of passing
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17  06 06 100.00  17  13  76.47
2015-16 16 15 93.75 14 13 92.85
2014-15 19 14 73.68 24 22 91.30
2013-14 25 25 100.00 29 23 78.57
2012-13 30 30 100.00 31 23 76.66
2011-12 31 31 100.00 27 26 96.29

Workshops/Seminars Conducted by Department

Sr. No.

Title

Date

Level (University /National/ International/State)

Name of Coordinator

 1

Role of Mathematics in Computers

22nd and 23rd Dec 2016

State

Smt M N Sawant Prof S T Ghule

Research Activities : Major / Minor Projects

Sr. No. Name of the Staff member Title of the Project Name of the funding agency Grant Sanctioned Ongoing/ Completed
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Research Activities : Research Publications

Sr. No. Name of the Staff member Title of Paper Name of the Journal Volume and Pages Year of Publication peer reviewed/ International/National
1 M N Sawant Simplify ‘Concurrency’ using Measurement of Element Interactivity International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology and security ISSN:2249:9555, Vol 2, No. 1 2012 International
2 M N Sawant Use of Mathematics in Computing: Towards “Computer Programming” Multi-Disciplinary Research Journal Vol III 2016 Peer reviewed
3 V S Shirore Comparative Study on various Substitution Techniques Multi-Disciplinary Research Journal Vol III 2016 Peer reviewed
4 S G Patil Comparative Study on various Substitution Techniques Multi-Disciplinary Research Journal Vol III 2016 Peer reviewed
5 A D Bhandare Functional testing in Web Application International journal of Research Science & Engineering  Vol II 2017 National
6 S G Patil Functional testing in Web Application International journal of Research Science & Engineering  Vol II 2017 National
7 S S Bonde A Review on Mobile Device Security and their Protective Mechanism International journal of Innovative Computer Science & Engineering  Vol IV 2017 National

Books Published

Sr.No. Name of staff member Academic year Title of Book Name of Publication
- - - - -

Details about Collaboration

Constancy and Extension activity

Year Name of Activity
- -

Co-Curricular and Extracurricular Activities ( Last five Years )

Year Name of Activity
- -

Awards and Achievements

Year Name of staff member Award / Achievement
- - -

Other information

Sr. No. Description
1 Teachers and students participated in cleanliness drive organized on 2nd Oct. 2015.
2 Teachers and students participated in Swacch Bharat Abhiyan organized by College on 5th June 2015.
3 All S Y B Sc Computer Science students participated in NSS Camp.
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