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Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune, Maharashtra
Address:Wellesely Road, Shivajinagar
Pune (District Pune)
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 411 00


Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Status: Autonomous Institute of Government of Maharashtra.

Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra is also known as College of Engineering Pune (COPE).

Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra was established on / in 1854.


Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra is situated in Pune of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Pune comes under Pune (Poona) Tehsil, Pune District.

Fax # of Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra is 20-25507299.

email ID(s) is Government College of Engineering (COEP) Pune Maharashtra

Website of Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra is http://www.coep.org.in.


Contact Details of Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-20-25507000


Courses

Bachelor in Technology : B.Tech(Mechanical Engineering) B.Tech(Civil Engineering) B.Tech(Electrical Engineering) B.Tech(Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) B.Tech(Metallurgical Engineering) B.Tech(Instrumentation and Control Engineering) B.Tech (Computer Engineering) B.Tech (Information Technology) B.Tech (Production Sandwich) Master in Technology : M.Tech(Design), M.Tech(Heat Power) M.Tech(Construction Engineering) M.Tech(Geotechnical Engineering) M.Tech(Structural Engineering) M.Tech(Town and Country Planning) M.Tech(Control System) M.Tech(Power System) M.Tech(Electronics and Telecommunication - Microwave) M.Tech(Electronics and Telecommunication - Electronic Instrumentation) M.Tech(Electronics - Digital Systems) M.Tech(Electronics - Computers) M.Tech(Physical Metallurgy) M.Tech(Process Metallurgy) M.Tech(Bio Medical Instrumentation) M.Tech(Process Instrumentation) M.Tech(Computer Engineering) M.Tech(Manufacturing Automation)


Government College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Maharashtra runs course(s) in Engineering, Information Technology stream(s).

Profile of Government College of Engineering (COEP)

About
College of Engineering, Pune (CoEP), chartered in 1854 is a nationally respected leader in technical education. The institute is distinguished by its commitment to finding solutions to the great predicaments of the day through advanced technology. The institute has a rich history and dedication to the pursuit of excellence. CoEP offers a unique learning experience across a spectrum of academic and social experiences. With a firm footing in truth and humanity, the institute gives you an understanding of both technical developments and the ethics that go with it. The curriculum is designed to enhance your academic experience through opportunities like internships, study abroad programmes and research facilities. The hallmark of CoEP education is its strong and widespread alumni network, support of the industry and the camaraderie that the institute shares with several foreign universities. The institute is consistently ranked amongst the top 20 technical colleges in India and its alumni have contributed a lions share in development of national infrastructure.

Message of Chairman Dr. Faqir Chand Kohli
Engineering Education has undergone many conceptual changes since its establishment as a discipline of serious study, innovation and research after the industrial revolution. In the Nineteenth century, the emphasis was on innovation and personal ingenuity. The education and training in this period were HOW dominated, and the efficacy of education and training depended largely on the personal skill of the trainers in operating, manipulating and developing new machines and gadgets. The Twentieth century brought in an attitude of scientific analysis involving engineering systems and education became more WHY dominated, more science based. Knowledge of Know-why is better than merely knowledge of Know-how became the catchword. Innovations were still important, but problem solving became more and more science driven. The Twenty-first century is threatening to be dominated by informationprocessing and management practices. Education and training will not worry about WHY but WHY NOT and HOW BEST.

This century, I feel will visualize the infusion of technology into engineering. Today, technological society is synonymous with a tinkering culture, where every individual has basic technical skills and can take care of simple things like replacing a fuse, fixing a leaking tap, changing a tyre in the car, repairing a bicycle, changing the gasket in the pressure cooker etc. R and D can emerge only out of competitive tinkering. So also innovations come in shapes and sizes. Its the application that gives innovation its meaning. While mentioning the future, it would be unwise to neglect the present. I feel our engineering education system is facing a number of challenges and hardships, be it trained faculty, curriculum design, quality system assurance, lab facilities up gradation, resource crises or management transformation, which need identification and steps for alleviation. As self-governance demands wholehearted participation of all stakeholders; students can be assured of a fair representation in the teaching,..learning process.

A 150-year- old legacy under the autonomous status is now geared up to face ever changing social- setup and acting proactively would now mean addressing the following issues: Dynamism in curriculum to excite and challenge the intellect of the student- community; Develop alternative teaching techniques; Greater focus on imparting skills and knowledge rather than assessment methodology; Explore the immense goodwill of well-placed alumni for further growth of the institute; Strengthen institute-industry interaction; Upgrade institute into top-class research academia

I feel the prospects of an Engineers Educational Training is as profoundly practical as it is Profoundly Theoretical that will embrace Cultivation of Human Qualities as will enable Engineers to meet Men as well as Matter. The future is promising and let us make a joint endeavour to mould the institute enriched with a long tradition and scientific achievements into a temple of learning, widening the horizons of science and technology in service to the community and society.

Message of Directors
The College of Engineering, Pune, was established in the year 1854 before any of the formal degree awarding universities took roots in India. It is the third oldest engineering school in Asia. The Institute is proud of its towering alumnus Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvarayya, in whose honour Engineers Day is celebrated in India. The brand CoEP is recognized worldwide, thanks to alumni like Professor Thomas Kailath and Professor C. K. N Patel, the only two Indians to receive IEEE medal of honour, Professor Suhas Patankar, Mr. B. G. Shirke, Mr. H. K. Firodiya, Dr. Madhavrao Chitale, Dr. Vijay Kelkar, Mr. P. S. Deodhar, Professor Haresh Shah, Mr. Harish Mehta, Leela Poonawala, Ibrahim Mamdani, Ramesh Raskar and freedom fighter Mahadev Vinayak Ranade. The first lady engineer of our country, Mrs. Oosha Desai has also graduated from CoEP.

In the formative years, it was a training school for the officers involved in public works like buildings, dams, canals, railways and bridges. Thanks to the vision in starting such an establishment, the credit for most of the civil infrastructure in India goes to the alumni of this college. The school became Poona Civil Engineering College and was initially affiliated to the University of Bombay (now Mumbai) for a degree of Licentiate in Civil Engineering known as LCE (1866), and subsequently in the year 1911, the nomenclature was changed to the College of Engineering, Poona. The first batch of the B.E. (Civil) degree students came out in the year 1911. The Mechanical Engineering Department was started in 1912. Subsequently, degree courses in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication, Metallurgy, Production, Instrumentation and Control, Computer Engineering and Information Technology were started as and when such demand and requirement arose in the country. The post-graduate degree courses were introduced in the various branches regularly since 1959. The college has also been a recognized research centre for the Ph.D. programme of University of Pune.

The College was granted autonomy in 2003-04 with the formation of an eminent board of Governors headed by Dr. F. C. Kohli. There have since been sweeping reforms in terms of academic curricula, rules and regulations, empowerment of faculty and students, infrastructural development, quality of teaching and learning, thus leading to achievements by faculty and students. Awards and recognitions have been flowing in one after the other.

The college received world bank funded TEQIP project phase-I with highest grant in India through competitive bidding. The TEQIP audit rating improved from 5 to 9.5 on a scale of 10 at the end of the project. The college has been selected for funding in the second phase of TEQIP too. The college was recently granted QIP centre for PhD by AICTE.


Students from CoEP have been consistently getting admissions in top Universities of US including Stanford, MIT, and Berkeley. Apart from excellence in academics, students have excelled in sports, dramatics, cultural activities and created two Guinness book of world records one for skipping on a single rope by 292 students and another of a longest painting (600m). The institute also focuses on interaction with best institutes in the world in terms of academic exchange programmes, transfer of credits, internships etc. Placement of students is at an all time high with each industry vying for getting CoEP students. We are now focusing on creating an excellent graduate school and set up centres of excellence in the areas of energy, materials and manufacturing and signal processing.


The progress of the college is exemplary and noted by industry and various national surveys. There is no place for complacency in our dictionary.


We have a vision not just for our institute, but for the nation.


We are committed to share our story of transformation with other similarly placed institutes in the country, help them achieve excellence, so that our country produces the best engineers in the world for both industry and research programmes.

Mission, Vision and Goals
Mission
To pursue excellence in all facets of institute functioning.

Vision
To be a leader amongst engineering institutions in India, constantly pursuing excellence, and offering world class education with values

Core Values
Quality and Excellence in Education at COEP bears witness to
Excellence
Innovation
Ethics
Commitment
Values

Goals
* To be among the top ten institutes of the country in the next 5 years and be a Deemed University.
* To be a student centric institute, where academics is followed with utmost passion and sincerity.
* To attain a faculty to student ratio of 1:12 and 1:9, within 2 and 5 years respectively.
* To be a campus where every faculty possesses Ph.D degree, within 5 years.
* To ensure a continuous value addition of all employees.
* To strengthen collaborations and establish bonds with outside world and institutes.
* To establish interdisciplinary research centers.
* To attain 25 % growth in terms of programs offered and intake capacity within 5 years.
* To be 50 and 100 % self sustainable campus within 2 and 5 years respectively.
* To be a residential campus providing 100 % student accommodation and at least 30 % faculty accommodation in the next 5 years.

History
COEPs precursor, The Poona Engineering Class and Mechanical School was opened in July 1854, its aim being to provide suitable instruction for subordinate officers in the Public Works Department. The School was situated in Bhawani Peth, Poona , and the accommodation consisted of three small detached houses for teaching purposes and a separate house for the Principal.

In June 1865 Mr. Theodore Cooke, M.A who held that appointment for 28 years was appointed Principal. The foundation stone of the new college was laid by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Bartle Frere, on the 5th August 1865.

College was affiliated to University of Bombay in 1866. In 1868 the College moved to the New Buildings. The college was divided into three departments for matriculated and unmatriculated students.

In 1879 two new classes, an Agricultural class and a Forest class , were added to the college , and the name of the college was changed from The Poona Civil Engineering College to The College of Science.

Thanks to the vision in setting up such an establishment at Pune, the credit for most of the civil infrastructure in India goes to the alumni of this college, starting from none other than the most towering and illustrious engineers, Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvarayya, in whose honor Engineers Day is celebrated. The school became Poona Civil Engineering College, and subsequently in the year 1911, the nomenclature was changed to the College of Engineering, Poona. It was initially affiliated to the University of Bombay for a degree of Licentiate in Civil Engineering known as LCE and later to the University of Pune. The degree programs in civil engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering were started in 1908, 1912 and 1932, respectively. From then on, the college has gone on expanding adding new departments and new wings by the year.

In 2003, the college got autonomous status, thus giving it the freedom to set its own curricula and manage its own finances. This has been the biggest change as far as pedagogy at COEP is concerned.

Today, COEP offers nine UG and twenty-three PG programmes, and has more than 3200 students enrolled in its various courses.

Campus
Location
COEP is conveniently located at the heart of Pune.
The approx. distances from major landmarks are:

Shivajinagar ST Stand : 0.5 km
Shivajinagar Train Station: 0.5 km
Pune Train Station : 2.5 km
Pune International Airport : 12 km
Pune is accessible through road, rail and air.

Boat Club
COEP is proud to have a Boat Club, which is one of its kind in the country. Situated on the banks of Mula River, this club was established in the year 1928. The club owns about 70 trainee and racing boats, which can be used for various competitions besides regular practice. The club is an active member of professional associations like Maharashtra Rowing Association (MRA) and the Amateur Rowers Association (ARAE).

There are a wide variety of unique boats that include punts, single sculls, racing pair, racing four, racing eight, Jr. Whiff, Sr. Whiff, training scull, tuff four, canoes and kayaks. In addition, the boat club houses a well equipped gymnasium. This includes a sprawling indoor hall comprising of four badminton courts and one table-tennis court, thus providing the students of this college the best athletic endeavors. It hosts a canteen as well. Membership of the Boat club is mandatory to all the under graduate and postgraduate students seeking admission to this institute. Moreover, the facilities of the boat club are extended to every Alumni of this College.

The BC, as it is known, is the favourite spot for almost everyone in college. The riverside ambience offers a majestic view of the Mula River. The BC has become synonymous with COEP for every COEPian.

Training and Placement
CoEP has always prided itself on the quality of the campus placements it offers to its students. The industry in and around Pune, and indeed many from far off, look to recruit the best brains entering the industry from CoEP. This ensures that students at CoEP have the pick of the kind of work that they want to do.

CoEP also offers its students training to face the job interviews and group discussions which students are expected to go through. It also ensures that all the students at CoEP are giving the finishing school treatment in order to prepare them for the world of opportunities awaiting them. Thus CoEP, through the T and P dept. ensures the best for its students.
This process of training and placement is handled by the T and P department. This department is organized under a T and P officer, under whom there are department-wise officers and student reps who handle training and placements.

CoEP is known all over India and abroad as provider of dynamic and talented engineers to the industries.

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Website to guide engineering aspirants

Pune: Three students of the College of Engineering, Pune (CoEP) have developed a website that will act as a guide to help students select a suitable engineering college after completing their standard XII examination.

Harshal Jain, Girish Jain and Pradeep Chaudhari slogged for more than 10 hours a day for 15 days to develop the website www.whatnext.org.in. The trio are students of the bachelors course in information technology in CoEP.
Harshal said, Our website is like a consultancy website that will help students build their career in the right direction by suggesting various things related to college admissions. It provides a list of colleges in Maharashtra along with the details of each college for the students, based on the entrance examination score and the students preferences.This helps in choosing the appropriate college for further engineering studies, Harshal added. According to the trio, many students after completing standard XII get confused about which engineering college is suitable for them and many times take admission to an inappropriate college, which leaves them sad at the end of the day.

This website will serve as a guide and advisor for such students who will have a choice of their own colleges easily by such browsing through the website.

One just has to log in and fill in few details like name, mail-id, gender and where he-she would like to get admission. All 297 engineering colleges of the state and their details like phone numbers and email ids are provided on the website.Girish said, The website is only for engineering students; but if it gets a good response, we might even launch a website for pharmacy and architecture students. So far, we have got 10 comments and more than 800 people, including parents, have accessed our website.. The trio are students of the bachelors course in information technology in CoEP.

Harshal said, Our website is like a consultancy website that will help students build their career in the right direction by suggesting various things related to college admissions. It provides a list of colleges in Maharashtra along with the details of each college for the students, based on the entrance examination score and the students preferences.This helps in choosing the appropriate college for further engineering studies, Harshal added. According to the trio, many students after completing standard XII get confused about which engineering college is suitable for them and many times take admission to an inappropriate college, which leaves them sad at the end of the day.

This website will serve as a guide and advisor for such students who will have a choice of their own colleges easily by such browsing through the website.

One just has to log in and fill in few details like name, mail-id, gender and where he-she would like to get admission. All 297 engineering colleges of the state and their details like phone numbers and email ids are provided on the website.Girish said, The website is only for engineering students; but if it gets a good response, we might even launch a website for pharmacy and architecture students. So far, we have got 10 comments and more than 800 people, including parents, have accessed our website.

Citizen gives fresh lease of life after death

Pune: In an inspiring story of being positive in the face of death and tradition, Manisha, the wife of city-based paint dealer, Veerendra Vora (63), went against religious Jain dictates and donated the kidneys of her brain-dead husband last week. This has given a fresh lease of life to two kidney patients.

Veerendra Vora, partner in the 70-year-old Camp-based, Shahbad Cement Depot, collapsed in his car on MG Road on the morning of January 26. He was rushed to Jehangir Hospital, where he was declared brain-dead following brain haemorrhage.

His wife Manisha was ready to donate her husbands kidneys immediately, but being Jains, she was constrained by the Jain philosophy, which does not encourage community members to donate any body parts after death.However, Manisha stood her ground, supported by her brother-in-law, Hemendra, and decided to go ahead with the donation. On Monday in her home near Babajan Chowk, Manisha said, My husband was a very broad-minded, practical man who liked the idea of donating body parts after death. We, therefore, went ahead.

Manisha said that she and her three children — sons Nilesh (36), Nehal (32) and daughter Bhairavi (19) — were happy with the decision. We feel satisfied that my husband was able to give a fresh lease of life to two persons, she said.

Voras son Nilesh, however, said that the process of matching kidney tissues to the patients took 24 hours, as the samples had to be sent to Mumbai.

They should build this infrastructure in Pune to save time. There is also no liver transplant facility in Pune. Otherwise, we could have donated my fathers liver also, Nilesh said.The late Veerendra Vora was an alumnus of the College of Engineering, Pune (CoEP) and was known to be a soft-spoken, kind-hearted man, who regularly donated to the needy in the city.Veerendra Vora with his wife Manisha and daughter Bhairavi in this file photo. Vora was known to be a soft-spoken, kind-hearted man who regularly helped the needy.



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