Monthly Archives - January 2017

Skill Based workshop on Antenna Design, Fabrication and link Budget

A Skill Based Workshop on “Antenna Design, Fabrication and link Budget” was organized by Department of Electronics and telecommunication on 20th and 21th January 2017. Around 63 students of Third year had participated in the workshop. This Technical session conducted by Mr. Anirudha Kulkarni (Akademika lab solution) and Mr. Mukund Bhopale (Mihir Communication). This Workshop was encouraged and supported by Head of the E&TC Dept. Dr. S.D.Shirbahadurkar & coordinated by Prof. R.R.Bukate &Prof. M.G.Pallewar.

The Objective of workshop was hands on practice for various antenna developments i.e. on the spot antenna fabrication by students. As well as hands on practice for RF long range link development and link budget.

Cycle Rally

After the successful launch and inauguration of the campaign, the next event is cycle rally. This cycle rally was conducted on January 12 2017, which is also celebrated as the National Youth Day all over India.

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 partook 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’.

RTO, Pune and Traffic Police, Pune have organized Road safety Campaign in association with Zeal Education Society

RTO, Pune and Traffic Police, Pune have organized Road safety Campaign in association with Zeal Education Society from 9th Jan 2017 to 23rd Jan 2017.

The Program was inaugurated by Mr.Bhimrao Tapkir (MLA,Khadakwasala Pune), Mr. Vijay Kale (MLA,Shivaji Nagar,Pune), Mr.Saurabh Rao (Collector, Pune), Kalpana Baravkar (DCP, Pune), Mr.Babasaheb Ajri (RTO, Pune), Famous Cartoonist Mr.Mangesh Tendulkar, Mr. S.M.Katkar (Founder Director, ZES) and Mr. Jayesh Katkar (Executive Director, ZES).

The main objectives of this initiative is to promote and initiate the road safety measures in the community, schools, colleges, work places on the roads and to decrease the number of road accidents and injury cases by applying the road safety measures.

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Mr. Kiran Kakade (TCS, Pune) successfully conducted Expert Lecture for the final year student on topic “Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing” dated 17th January 2017 from 9 am to 11 am. The students of B.E. (Div. A, Div. B, and Div. C,) were present for this session and the session was very interesting and interactive. Mr. Kiran kakde explores the importance of Fundamentals of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing in industrial applications. The session was very useful from exam point of view for the student, which gives the knowledge of Concept of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing.

 Topics discussed during program:

  1. Fundamentals of Geometrical Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T).
  2. Dimensioning and tolerancing philosophy.
  3. Geometric tolerancing Symbols
  4. Datums and datum references
  5. Different types of tolerances
  6. To learn how to effectively tolerance parts in engineering drawings
  7. Limit Tolerances
  8. Allowance and Clearance
  9. Tolerance of Form
  10. Case Studies

Skill Development Course on Installation Engineering – SDH & DWDM

Skill Development Course on Installation Engineering – SDH & DWDM was a 12 days course by BSNL’s BRBRAITT (Bharat Ratna Bhimrao Ambedkar Institute of Telecom Training).

Total 25 students were accompanied by 2 staff members, Prof. Priyanka Balu Bhor and Prof. Roopesh R. Patil.

  • The first day of training program 5th December 2016.

The Course started on a very good note where in the students and the faculty members were welcomed in a seminar hall by the DGM, GM and other authorities of BSNL, BRBRITT.

Need of the skill development program

As we enter the twenty-first century, it goes without saying that information services have permeated society and commerce. Information, while still a tool, has become a commodity in itself. Yet the universal acceptance and ubiquitous adoption of information technology systems has strained the backbones on which they were built. High demand—coupled with high usage rates, a deregulated telecommunications environment, and high availability requirements—is rapidly depleting the capacities of fibers that, when installed 10 years ago, were expected to suffice for the foreseeable future.

The explosion in demand for network bandwidth is largely due to the growth in data traffic, specifically Internet Protocol (IP). Leading service providers report bandwidths doubling on their backbones about every six to nine months. This is largely in response to the 300 percent growth per year in Internet traffic, while traditional voice traffic grows at a compound annual rate of only about 13 percent.

Options for Increasing Carrier Bandwidth Faced with the challenge of dramatically increasing capacity while constraining costs, carriers have two options: Install new fiber or increase the effective bandwidth of existing fiber. Laying new fiber is the traditional means used by carriers to expand their networks. Deploying new fiber, however, is a costly proposition. It is estimated at about $70,000 per mile, most of which is the cost of permits and construction rather than the fiber itself. Laying new fiber may make sense only when it is desirable to expand the embedded base. Increasing the effective capacity of existing fiber can be accomplished in two ways:

  • Increase the bit rate of existing systems.
  • Increase the number of wavelengths on a fiber.

Time-division multiplexing (TDM) was invented as a way of maximizing the amount of voice traffic that could be carried over a medium. In the telephone network before multiplexing was invented, each telephone call required its own physical link. This proved to be an expensive and unscalable solution. Using multiplexing, more than one telephone call could be put on a single link. TDM can be explained by an analogy to highway traffic. To transport all the traffic from four tributaries to another city, you can send all the traffic on one lane, providing the feeding tributaries are fairly serviced and the traffic is synchronized. So, if each of the four feeds puts a car onto the trunk highway every four seconds, then the trunk highway would get a car at the rate of one each second. As long as the speed of all the cars is synchronized, there would be no collision. At the destination the cars can be taken off the highway and fed to the local tributaries by the same synchronous mechanism, in reverse.

WDM increases the carrying capacity of the physical medium (fiber) using a completely different method from TDM. WDM assigns incoming optical signals to specific frequencies of light (wavelengths, or lambdas) within a certain frequency band. This multiplexing closely resembles the way radio stations broadcast on different wavelengths without interfering with each other .Because each channel is transmitted at a different frequency, we can select from them using a tuner. Another way to think about WDM is that each channel is a different color of light; several channels then make up a “rainbow.”

International Workshop on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (IWAME 2017)

Department of Mechanical Engineering from Zeal College of Engineering and Research organized 4 days International Workshop from 4th January 2017 to 7th January 2017.

Dr. Prof. P. K. Brahmankar (Head Mechanical, Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere) was the chif guest and prof. Jayesh Katkar, Executive Director, Zeal Education Sociert was the guest of honour.

During the inaugural function Dr. Prof. P. K. Brahmankar enlightened the participants with the upcoming research and innovative ideas being worked out in the research institutes and industries. Prof. Jayesh Katkar expressed his willingness to use this international platform for bridging the gap between recent practices in industry and academic curriculum.

Eminent Speakers, Dr. Dineshsingh Thakur (DIAT, Pune) delivered session on Micro Machining and Manufacturing. Dr. P. K. Brahmankar (BATU, Lonere) delivered a session on Advanced Composites. Dr. C. M. Sewatkar (COEP, Pune) delivered a session on Computational Fluid Dynamics. Dr. Dilip Alone (NAL, Banglore) delivered a session on Gas Turbine and Jet Propulsion. Dr. Abhijeet Digalwar (BITS, Palani) delivered a session on Sustainable Manufacturing. Dr. Srinivas Rao Pedapati (University of Petronas, Malaysia) delivered a session on Advances in Welding Technology. Dr Arun S Moharir (IIT, Bombay) delivered a session on Process Equipment Design and Piping Engineering. Dr. Ajay Chandak (PRINCE, Dhule) delivered a session on Renewable Energy.

During the workshop, it was felt like the advance happening in the field of mechanical engineering are being explored. The participants and students were benefitted by listening to the upcoming trends and expressed their willingness to explore these areas during their undergraduate, post graduate and Ph.D. research work.

Few case studies discussed by some speakers have benefited the participants by seeing the implementation results of innovative ideas. The workshop witnessed participation of PG students, Research Scholars, Faculties, Industry People and International Students.

During the 4 days of workshop Prof. Sachin Borade and Prof. Poonam Harakare coordinated all the sessions.

This was second International Workshop organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering ZCOER Pune it was well received by all the stake holders as a successful event.

Dr. Prof. C. L. Prabhune was Convener of the workshop. Dr. Prof. S. G. Dambhare, H.O.D Mechanical proposed the vote of thanks.  All faculty members have put necessary efforts to make this workshop a success.

Inaugural function of Ranaagan – 2016

The inaugural function of Ranaagan – 2016, were held at the college grounds on 27th December 2016.

The Event started with the traditional formations like Aukshan, National Anthem, Ganesh Vandana, Krida Jyot (Sport Torch) Lighting, Malkham e.t.c., followed by the Fire show.

Ms.Purva Dixit, Taekwondo Player and Dr. Mane, Physical Educa Dean of physical education. Director, Board of sports, Savitribai Phule University of Punewas the Chief Guest.


Mr. & Miss. Fresher Intercollege Championship

Are you good looking intelligent & talented……??

Here is your chance to participate in the biggest event Michi Freshers , India’s coolest College Hunt…Auditions will be in ZEAL Campus on 21st December at 3 pm….All ZEALIANS can appear for Auditions .

Mr. & Miss. Fresher is the India’s only National gateway to Mr. and Miss. India Pageants for all youngsters.

Mega event which is going to be the most amazed & thrilled event for all ZEALIANS. 🙂
Leave your shyness and showcase your talent…..!!!