Computer Engineering

Alumni Interaction Session on “Recent Trends and Journey after BE”

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Mr. Swanand Surpur,

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Department of Computer Engineering, organized an alumni guest lecture on “Recent Trends and Journey after BE” on 13th July 2019 between 10:30 AM to 12:00 AM in Room No. 413, 3rd floor, CSMA Building for SE, TE, BE students. The guest lecture mainly focused on recent trends according to industrial requirement and working technology.


  • An idea of development of project.
  • Security issues in application.
  • Understanding of customer support work.
  • Experience in working with a team and teamwork.


Teacher’s Day Celebration

“Teacher” is defined as a Motivational candle of student’s life. Life itself is a teacher for every human being, but to execute the daily routine for a successful career a human teacher plays a Important role towards student. And to respect them especially apart from studies we celebrate Teacher’s day.

On 7th Sept, 2017, Students of Computer Engineering Department have taken an opportunity to show their gratitude to their teachers. Students started this ceremony at seminar hall, Computer Engineering Department with Goddess Saraswati& Dr. SarvapalliRadhakrishnan frame hallowing. They have paid their respect and warm thanks to their teachers by giving speeches. Besides this, they have celebrated this ceremony by cutting a cake as tokens of love and admiration. This program was led by final year students.

Dr. Prasad S. Halgaonkar, HOD (Shift-I), Dr. Swapnja Ubale HOD, Prof S. M.Sangve, Prof. R. P. More and Prof. P. D. Kshirsagargave a motivational speeches to students.
The program was celebrated with joyful and in disciplined manner.

Gurupurnima Celebration

 “Guru Paurnima” celebrated in the department. Program was followedby following event-
1. SaraswtiPoojan
2.Devotional Song
3.Motivational Speech
4. Card making Competition and Exhibition
In Sanskrit,’Gu’means darkness and ‘Ru’ means to remove darkness. A Guru is a person who removes the darkness and gives us knowledge. we had saraswatipujan done by our  beloved staff members. PranjaliDeshmukh student of  S.E sung a song. All the staffs were felicitated by the students and given them flowers as a token of love from students.
On this occasion of Guru PaurnimaDr. A. M. Kate, Principal, ZCOER, Prof. S. M. Sangve, HOD (Shift- I), Dr. S. A. Ubale,HOD,Computer Engineering Deptdelivered motivational speeches to students. Also Prof. R. P. More, Prof. M.D. Umale and Prof. S. M. Kolekar delivered their views.
Student’s response was overwhelming for Card making exhibition and competition.

Vivekanand Jayanti celebration

In 1984 the Government of India declared the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda on 12th Jan 2016 as the National Youth Day and since 1985 the event is celebrated in India every year.
National Youth Day celebrated by Computer Engineering Department on 12th Jan 2017. Dr. S. A. Deokar, Campus Director, ZES, Prof. S. M. Sangve, HOD, Computer Engineering Department motivated the students by giving them the importance of Youth Power.
Program was followed by below activities:
1. Tribute to Swami Vivekananda
2. Devotional Song
3. Motivational Speech
Thus, an environment of enthusiasm was experienced by every student and was memorable event to all in the department.

Cycle Rally

On the Occasion of Vivekanand Jayanti which is celebrated as the National Youth Day all over India, the cycle rally was conducted on 12th January 2017.

The rally was inaugurated by Dattawadi Traffic Department Police Sub- Inspector Mr. Subrao Lad, Mr. S.M. Katkar (Founder Director, Zeal Education Society), Mr. Jayesh Katkar (Executive Director, Zeal Education Society), Dr. Sanjay Deokar (Campus Director, Zeal Education Society), Dr. Ajit Kate (Principal, Zeal College of Engineering and Research) and coordinated by Prof. Sunil Sangve (HoD, Computer Engineering Dept.)

The rally started at 7:00 am from Saras Baug and concluded at Zeal Education Society’s Narhe campus at 8:30 am. 500 students and 100 staff members took part in this rally. The main objective of the rally is to make students, civilians and all sections of our society aware about the ill effects of pollution. The aim was to bring down current air and noise pollution. It is also a step towards making Pune a ‘Smart City’.

Graphology- Handwriting analysis and Personality Development

Handwriting Analysis (Graphology) is an amazing science which helps Students to understand and learn about self as well as others in a better way. By learning graphology one can become aware about own personality, real thinking pattern, behavior, capabilities, strengths, weaknesses, relations (personal/professional) and much more through the hand writing. Graphology & Grapho-therapy can help a person in educational, personal and professional life. Apart from that it helps to improve concentration, goal orientation planning and organization, relationships, behavior, health & wealth also develops positive thoughts and overcome on various types of fears.
The workshop was initiated by welcoming to the speaker done by Prof. Anuradha Yenkikar Felicitation of the guest Mr. Sandip S Arsude.
Sandip S. Arsude has done his Master’s in Business Administration from MIT School of Management, Pune. He has also alumni of Symbiosis Institute of Business Management and completed Post Graduate Diploma in Advertising and Communication Management. But his passion drives him to new horizons of – Handwriting Analysis (Graphology) a completely different field.
Prof. Sunil S. Sangve, HOD of Computer Engineering Department gave the objectives of workshop and also delivered the importance of Handwriting Analysis (Graphology).  Prof. Rahul More represented vote of thanks for guests and participants of workshop.

 Key Features of Workshop:
Grapho-Therapy is a therapy given to  a person to change his handwriting/signature
to minimize/remove impact of negative trait of his/her handwriting.  This therapy involves analysis of a person’s handwriting, identification of the negative traits in handwriting and provides the correct formation of alphabets in handwriting. Similarly corrective formations in signatures are also suggested based on handwriting therapy requirements.
Grapho – Therapy is not counseling”. Few people confuse counseling Therapy with counseling done using Graphology. Counseling is the advice given based on the Graphological analysis of person’s behavior, strengths and weakness, etc. whereas Therapy is provided to put correct handwriting formations in practice
    What is Graphology(Handwriting Analysis)
    Handwriting is Brain writing
    Change your handwriting change your personality
    How can Graphology benefits you
    Knowing people around you
    Child development
    Health
    Life Partner Selection
    Business Partner Selection

Around 150 students and 30 faculties were benefited and have attended this workshop. We are very thankful of Mr. Sandip S. Arsude & his team for addressing the audience and delivering contents in this workshop.
We are also thankful of our Management, Principal, HOD, all teaching & non-teaching staff and students of computer department for all the help they extended for the successfully organizing this workshop.

‘Traditional Day – Shiv jayanti’ celebration

On 19th Feb 2017 Computer Engineering students marked their calendars for the occasion of Shiv Jayanti –the legendary Maratha king. The students celebrated 18th Feb 2017 as traditional day. The entire department was representing a smaller India. Truly unity in diversity.

Thus, an environment of enthusiasm was experienced by every student and was memorable event to all in the department.

“IBM Lab Inauguration” program

IBM strives to lead in the creation, development and manufacture of the industry’s most advanced information technologies, including computer systems, software, networking systems, storage devices and microelectronics. We translate these advanced technologies into value for our customers through our professional solutions, services and consulting businesses worldwide. As students of ZES’s Zeal College of Engineering and Research, Pune concurred on the same principle and this led to the inception of ‘IBM Software Lab for Emerging Technologies’.

The IBM Software Lab for Emerging Technologies – Initiatives of the Career Education Program is developed at Zeal Education Society’s Zeal College of Engineering & Research, Pune in collaboration with IBM Software India by Sheetal Soni, Country Channel Manager, Career Education, Academic Initiative, IBM Software India/South Asia.


IBM Academic initiative team has conducted training & certification camp on Enterprise, Mobile Application Development and deployment using IBM Worklight and essentials of big data with Hadoop and big data analytics with IBM Info sphere Big Insights. For each course 60 students were enrolled.

TGIF Brain Teaser (Quiz) Contest

Association of Computer Engineering students started with brain teaser contest Thank God it’s Friday (TGIF) on every Friday at 4:15 sharp. This contest focuses on the logical reasoning and general knowledge. In this contest single brain teaser is asked and 10 correct and fastest answers will be announced. Topmost single student will be awarded with a prize and will be the “student of the week”. Ms. Pranali pandhare was the first student of the week and Prof. Prashant Mane is gifted on the occasion of teachers day.

Tree Plantation

Planting trees is a must if we want to save our planet. Since the beginning, trees have furnished us with two of life’s essentials, food and oxygen. Today, their value continues to increase and more benefits of trees are being discovered as their role expands to satisfy the needs created by our modern lifestyles.
By this view, We the Department of Computer Engineering organizing Tree Plantation Activity on 5th September 2015 at ZCOER, Pune. The program was started at 3:00 p.m. and was till 4:30 p.m. Dr. A. N. Gaikwad, Principal, ZCOER and Prof. S. M. Sangve, HOD, Computer Engineering inaugurated the activity by planting the sapling. Staffs and students continued the activity by planting the saplings. Around 80 saplings were planted under this activity.
Hence activity was successful and entertaining.