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Industry Institute Interaction Cell

Industry Institute Interaction Cell

VISION

To explore, develop and foster intensive collaborations for the mutual benefit of Industry and Academia with the intent of joint endeavors in research, development and innovation.

MISSION

  • Developing a structured framework for Industry Interactions to enhance capabilities of students and faculty members.

  • Facilitating the opportunities for effective utilization of resources between collaborators for joint projects.

  • Providing industrial exposure to students and faculty members for augmenting their knowledge and skills with the dynamic industrial expectations.

  • Promoting a conducive environment for nurturing innovation and generating intellectual property.


GIZ-MSME Innovation Projects


Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, a German organization has been working jointly with MGM University’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College for sustainable economic and social development of the region and with its “MSME Innovation Project” their prime focus is on endorsing Industry-Academia Collaboration and promoting innovations in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). The partnership between JNEC & GIZ dates back to 2016 when GIZ first came to Aurangabad and since then this fruitful partnership has seen many milestones for Innovation promotion in MSME’s. This initiative mainly focuses involving student project teams in live industrial projects. JNEC till date has successfully collaborated on more than 40+ live industrial consultancy projects.

All the respective Industries & MASSIA, the local MSME association has also appreciated the efforts taken by the JNEC teams through last 5 years. Looking at the success of this initiative TATA Technologies and GIZ jointly funded these Innovation Projects.


Activities under Industry Institute Interaction Cell

1. Internship:

Internship paves the ways for students to understand practices followed by the industries to comprehend the application of theory concepts. Mandatory internships of 15 to 30 days during semester break boosts understanding of students in terms of skills requirement. III cell facilitates the internship to all students through department coordinators.

2. Industrial projects:

Industrial project work helps students to think out of the box to explore creative levels of imagination. Starting from selecting a topic, industrial project work involves finding creative solutions to various project related problems and many technical challenges. Through GIZ-MASSIA Innovation program, many JNEC students are working on industrial projects in Aurangabad industrial areas since year 2016-17.

3. Industrial visits:

Experience of industrial visits augments understanding of students and it is an excellent opportunity for students to observe how the theoretical aspects learned in classes are integrated into the practical world. Through industrial visits students are exposed to industrial setting, which otherwise difficult to simulate in college or classroom setting.

4. Expert talk:

With objective of providing students with latest insights of advanced & emerging technologies, renowned experts visit the college and deliver expert talks to our students. Classroom teaching focuses on theory and practical sessions, invited expert guest from industry enlighten students with current trends in the industry and research domain.

5. Faculty exchange:

The objective of faculty exchange program is to match faculty members from associating institutions who will coordinate in the design and delivering of a course. Each faculty member will be expected to join the associating institution for a predefined duration in which faculty will conduct the course for students, work with other faculty members in order to discuss future potential projects and also understand best practices followed by associating institution.

6. Student exchange:

The objective of student exchange program is to provide students with opportunity to experience international education and provide exposure to learn engineering from global perspectives. In student exchange program, student is expected to visit associating institution for duration of one semester for learning new courses.

7. Corporate competitions:

Many companies and government departments organize competitions to provide students with platform to develop and exhibit their skills to show their readiness for inducting into corporate culture. III cell making an effort through student coordinators to aware students with these platforms and ensuring good participation and performance in these competitions.

Industry Associate Partners

Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College has signed MOUs with 31 industries for facilitating societal need sharing, internship, curriculum development, collaborative research & projects, placement, skill development, technical know-how, industry visits, expert lecture & workshop, faculty development, consultancy, utilisation of library & sports facilities, product & process development, lab set-up, tarining on emerging technologies and site visits.

Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College has also closely and actively working with GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit), CMIA (Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture), MASSIA (Marathwada Association of Small Scale Industries and Agriculture), CII-MZC (Confederation of Indian Industries - Marathwada Zonal Council) at various platforms for bridging the gap between industry and academia.

MOUs With Companies

  • Marathwada Environmental Care Cluster
  • Modi Innovations
  • Aditya Weldtech
  • Lakson Industries
  • Upturn Precision
  • Qubatic Engineers
  • Deogiri Electronics Cluster
  • Marathwada Auto Cluster
  • Nandadeep Precast Prestressed Concrete
  • Harshada Constructions
  • Accrete Electromech
  • Remsons Industries Ltd
  • Dhanjay Auto Parts
  • Varad Fertilisers Pvt. Ltd.
  • Sanjay Techno Plast Pvt. Ltd.
  • Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology
  • Tech Mahindra Ltd.
  • Geneka Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
  • Krish Automation
  • Ambekar Associates
  • Regal Softwares
  • Geotech GIS Training Institute And Consultancy Services
  • Rucha Engineering Waluj, Aurangabad.
  • Vital Tools
  • Pawan Group Industries
  • Alpha Developer Team
  • Ar.Manish Kale and Associates
  • Nitin Bagadia & Associates
  • Nadkarni & Mahajan Associates
  • Architect Gangwal & Associates
  • Taru Aarav Associates

Industry partners

  • GIZ
  • Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture
  • Marathwada Association of Small Scale Industries and Agriculture
  • Confederation of Indian Industries - Marathwada Zonal Council
Departmental Coordinators

SNName of facultyDepartmentEmailContact Number
1Prof. Shrikrishna PawarIncharge, III Celldeaniia@jnec.ac.in9420606311
2Prof. S. N. JaiswalComputer Science & Engineeringsnjaiswal@jnec.ac.in9822842563
3Prof. Mahendra K. UgaleComputer Science & Engineeringmahendraugale@jnec.ac.in9561107967
4Prof. Jitendra BhandariCivil Engineeringjitendrab2@gmail.com9404983987
5Prof. Vrushali NalawadeCivil Engineeringnalawadevrushali22@gmail.com8275326007
6Prof. Ajay KhakeElectronics & Telecommunication ajaykhake@jnec.ac.in9730551683
7Prof. Girish BasoleElectronics & Telecommunication girishbasole@jnec.ac.in 9823087784
8Prof. Sarfarz Ali QuadriMechanical Engineering (GIZ Projects)sarfarazaliquadri@jnec.ac.in8793112460
9Prof. Arif PathanMechanical Engineeringarifpathan@jnec.ac.in9021518594
10Prof. Om RautMechanical Engineeringomraut@jnec.ac.in8180039195
11Prof. Chandrakant IngoleElectrical Engineeringchandrakantingole@jnec.ac.in9881484398
12Prof. Amol MahadikInformation Technologyamolamahadik@jnec.ac.in9028885925
13Prof. Sudhir YadavChemical Engineeringsdyadav@jnec.ac.in7972702195
14Prof. Sainath KaleApplied Sciencesainathkale@jnec.ac.in9923125575
15Prof. Amit DeshpandeArchitectureamitdeshpande534@gmail.com9921727131
16Prof. Vinod AgrawalMaster of Computer Applicationvinodagrawal@jnec.ac.in8087009908
17Prof. Sandeep Parwe Master of Computer Applicationsandeepparwe@jnec.ac.in8087061170
Industry Projects

Academic Year 2019-20

S. NoTitleCategoryProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Vehicle Accident Prediction SystemSponseredPrediction ofaccident of vehicleHardware to predit accidentPersistent Pvt.ltd,PuneDr Deepa DeshpandeMinalDarakh Sarjil Tikki SagarAglawe Rutuja Joshi
2NRB Security System-ISponseredAutomation of Gatepass taskAndroid appNRB Pvt.Ltd,Aurangabad Mrs.VarshaAjith Shivani Patil Sachin Shejul Sanket Ingle
3NRB Security System-IISponseredAutomation of Gatepass taskAndroid appNRB Pvt.Ltd,AurangabadCharudatt ManeRuchikaShelke Aniket Kulkarni PradnyaGite
4Smart Bus Tracking SystemSponseredTracking of BUSAndroid app and WebsiteAurangabad smart city development corporation ltd.,Aurangabad.Sandip KharatPayal Saindane-406230 Pooja Patil-406222
5Energy Monitoring and analysisSponseredMonitoring of energyWeb ApplicationGetstartedLLP ,Aurangabad.Sharad JadhavBeldar Gaytri-406107 Pawar Riya-406224 Pratiksha Rajguru-406226
6Rucha Visitor management systemSponseredVisitor Managemnt using softwareAndroid application and websiteRucha Engineers Waluj AurangabadMahendra UgaleDiksha Bandela-406202 Rutuja Darole-406205 Prachi Sindhkhedkar406234 Vijay Bhute-406241
7Application for educational InstituteSponseredERP Software for educational instituteWeb Based ApplicationsDnayandeep Foundation center, Aurangabad.Sandip KharatAnkita Jaiswal-406131 Samiksha Jaiswal-406133 Mayur Kulkarni-406174 Sanjoyt Mahajan-406214
8System that automates MP KAIZEN,TPM,DWM and implementation suggestionSponseredManual work conversion of MP KAIZEN,TPM,DWMCentral web based paltformRucha Engineers Waluj Aurangabad Ankita Jaiswal-406131 Samiksha Jaiswal-406133 Mayur Kulkarni-406174 Sanjoyt Mahajan-406214

Academic Year 2019-20

SNTitleProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Engine Harness DevlopmentNormal harnessingautomated harnessingGreaves Cotton AurangabadProf.V.J.LipneBHALE KIRTI WARPADE KOMAL
2Automated Shearing Machine manual shearing machineautomatic shearing machinePower IndustriesProf.V.J.LipneGUNALE PRATIKSHA KHONDE ASHWINI
3Battery Monitoring Systemmanual monitoringautomatic monitoringSunlord Batteries Pvt Ltd AurangabadProf.J.G.RanaLOHADE YASH MIRZA IFTEQUAR NAKOD ROHIT
4Vibration Monitoring of Industrial Motors normal vibration measurementmechanical monitoringRYTNOW Systems Pvt. Ltd, Waluj, AurangabadProf.V.V.UkrandeDANE SAYALI ADGAONKAR SHUBHAM CHORMAGE HARIVIJAY
53D Holographic Displaynormal displayholographic display3D Holographic DisplayProf.J.G.RanaNIKALJE SAKSHI SIDHU HARJYOT SINGH RAMTEKE SAHIL
6Drilling count by using Rasberry Pimanual countauto countVarsha Engineering, Waluj, AurangabadDr.S.N.PawarGHODKE PURVA KOLTE PALLAVI SADAWRATE GAYATRI
7Facing Centering Machine normal centeringface centringAbhijay IndustriesProf. V.V.Ukrande1.AHIRE MAYURI 2.SONONE HARSHADA 3.PATIL NIKITA
8Engine Harness DevelopmentNormal harnessingautomated harnessingGreaves Cotton AurangabadProf.C.S.Khandelwal1.JANJAL DAIVSHALA 2.ZANZURE DIKSHA
9Pesticide spraying and seed plantation using Dronemanual sprayingauto spraying Nath Agro Industries AurangabadProf.A.V.Khake1.BHUSE VINANTI 2.DANDEKAR RASHMI 3.JADHAV MEGHANA
10Quick response fire Extinguishernormal fire extinguisherauto fire extinguisherOmega Enterprises, MIDC, JalgaonDr.S.A.Naveed1.BRAMHAPURKAR PRALHAD 2.KALANI SUYOG 3.SONAWANE MANISH
11GSM based IVRS for load controlling and monitoring normal IVRS for load controlling and monitoringGSM based IVRS for load controlling and monitoringShivam Print Pack, AurangabadProf.P.B.Murmude1.PATANGE ANIKET 2.RATHOD SATYAM 3. SALVE SHUBHAM
12Spot Welding Machinenormal weldingspot wldingAbhijay Industries, AurangabadProf V.J.Lipne1.SHINDE VISHNU 2.MISAL SANDEEP

Academic Year 2019-20

S. NoTitleProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Purification of contaminated air using CNTTo develop a process using CNT through which contaminated air can be purifiedCNT beads after going through activation and other process may be expected to absorb harmful air pollutants from the industrial gas waste outlets.BARC, MumbaiProf. S D Yadav1) Akshita Musande 2) Syeda Saadat Hashmi 3) Krishna Kharote 4) Shuhilkumar Kale

Academic Year 2019-20

SNTitleProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Gold Farm Android AppGold Farm Android App Android App for gold farmAlpha Developer Team,AurangabadS S DeshmukhBahalaskar Kiran Haribhau
2MOOC testing(Massive open online course)MOOC testing(Massive open online course)MOOC testing(Massive open online course)Alpha Developer Team,AurangabadS S Parwe, S S MagareMuntode Antonette Robert, Smita Sonawane
Year wise GIZ Projects


Academic Year 2020-21

SN

Title of the project

Category

Expected Solution

MSME

Project Guide

Students

1

Human Resource Management System

Digitalization

An online HR Management Module with which the employees will be able to mark their attendance with the biometric module. The admin will be able to see the attendance, leaves taken, salaries of employees. They will be able to manage shifts and leaves.

Vatan Textiles Ltd.

Prof. Atul Dusane

Gayatri Dalvi,Abhishek Awasarmal,Shrikant Pandhekar,Preshita Jaisawal,Hrutu Hemant Surve,Durvesh Patil

2

Inventory Management System

Digitalization

A Software module which maintains all records of the warehouse, about the materials in stock, vendor details, order details and material details and it should enable quick search to save time. It should also generate respective monthly reports.

Vatan Textiles Ltd.

Prof. Charudatt Mane

Riya Jain,Abhishek Lale,Pranav More,Ayush Nayyar,Tanushree Lahane,Bhushan Mandlik

3

Design Archive

Digitalization

The project team is working on an online design archive cum library which will store the detail information of all the cloth designs and patterns which will be assigned dedicated computer generated coding systems. The recalling will be quick and easy by simply scanning the QR Code.

Vatan Textiles Ltd.

Prof. Charudatt Mane

Purnendu Gokhale,Pranav Wadkar,Priyanka Jain,Anant Mundankar,Yogesh Parmar,Anay Joshi

4

Process Monitoring System

Digitalization

Project team is working to design a simple user-friendly web based application that can track the live status of product & processes remotely from desktop and mobile devices. It also prompt notifications if some unwanted delays are happening and will also provide the monthly production logs with required analysis.

Vatan Textiles Ltd.

Prof. Atul Dusane

Mansi Ayaskar,Rohit Deshpande,Dhanashree Patil,Ashutosh Kulkarni,Syed Muneeb Faraz Syed Gafoor,Prajwal Padal

5

Automation in Brick Manufacturing Process

Automation

A automatic brick manufacturing system which will improve the productivity of the process by eliminating the possibilities of accidents.

Nazeer Brick Manufacturers

Dr.Nitin Phafat

Saim Qureshi,Raja Patel Mohammad Sufiyan Abdul Quavi,Shaikh Jawad,Mohammad Hamza Farooqui

6

Automation of wire harness process with efficiency and evenness in taping

Automation

An automated taping process of wire harness which should reduced operation time and wastage while improving the overall efficiency of the process.

Core Technologies

Dr. Arvind Chel

Mandar Bharat Deokar,Amol vilas sultane,Atul ashok gaikwad,Ajinkya nanaji pawar

7

Hydraulic Bandsaw Machine

Process Improvement

Industry requires a Automatic Bandsaw Machine which should provide Hydraulic up and down movement of bandsaw frame, Automatic hydraulic feed and Automatic cutting fluid supply.

Fintek Engineers Pct. Ltd.

Dr. Arvind Chel

Ravina Makariye,Maithili Pujari,Nikita Taro,Kranti Wadmare

8

Design and fabrication of industrial sand screening machine and MFA

Product Development

Design and development of a sand screening machine to reduce operation time and improve overall efficiency of the process.

Aurangabad foundary Pvt. Ltd.

Prof. Arif S. Pathan

Soham Vishwamber Hapsenkar,Sanket mandalika,Ajinkya Wankhede,Ambika Kamatgikar