Our first year department is one of the pioneering wing of S.B. Jain institute of Technology, Management & Research, Nagpur, which is an institute of national repute in the central India. Our department has always focused on the holistic development of the students , who at the time of their enrollment are absolutely innocent having very little knowledge of the professional world. We have understood the pertinent fact that our engineers have to eventually face tremendous competition due to the globalization in the engineering field. Keeping this prerogative in our mind we have tried to inculcate soft skills in addition to their hard skills from the first semester itself. In order to boost performance their regular classroom study is augmented by assignments, case study analysis, power point presentations including handouts, expert talk and industrial visits. We also aim at developing our students to be self reliant from their first year itself by giving them the platform of peer learning through our performance improvement workshops which are carried out fortnightly. We are one of the few institutions who have in place a student mentoring process in the form of student- guardian scheme . Due to the implementation of this scheme all the first year students get a feeling of belongingness and develop leadership skills as their personal issues are looked after by their teacher guardians.
Students belonging to the first year department usually achieve 95% as their average attendance which reflected in the first year students achieving top position in the RTMNU results. We have a strong team of twenty faculty with a judicious mix of the young vibrant with the seasoned veterans who together as a dynamic first year team laying a strong foundation for the budding engineers.
It’s a good fortune to work with management which looks at their employees as their asset and strongly believe that “Growth of the employees is ultimately the growth of the institute”
We at department of first year are laying the strong foundation for budding engineers, through our determined, devoted & dedicated team of teachers. Department is combination of highly experienced & fresher staff which is providing us rich experience & spontaneous energy.
Prof. V. M. Suple
Head, First Year Engineering.
- Students of First Year Department won Prize in “Raman Festival of Innovation-2018”
- Students of S.B. Jain secured first position in intercollegiate model making competition named “RACE- 18″
- First Prize Won in Intercollegiate Science Trick Competition – Horizon 2018 organized by Priyadarshini College of Engineering, Nagpur.
First year BE Result Winter -18 (I SEM CBS)
Position of our institute result among all institutes – Ist Position
Overall result – 75.57%
|College Position||Name of student||Uni. Roll||SGPA||
|1||SRIVIDYA MAHESHWARA S AVADHANI||937027||9.89||584||1|
|3||CHAITANYA RAMBHAU DESHMUKH||937088||9.89||567||9|
|4||MAHWISH IRFAN KHAN||936970||9.79||574|
|5||RIDA FATIMA ABDUL AMIN||937003||9.79||571|
|6||RITIK NARESH RAUT||937174||9.68||538|
|7||ANIMESH NARESH AGRAWAL||937068||9.57||554|
|8||PREMKUMAR C IYER||937160||9.57||553|
|9||DIMPY MUKESH RANGARI||936950||9.57||543|
|10||PRATIKSHA GAJANAN SAWARKAR||936995||9.57||538|
–Special Highlights —-
- 35 Students scored more than 9 SGPA
- 84 Students passed with distinction
First year BE Result Summer -18 (II SEM CBS)
Position of our institute result amongst all institutes – Ist Position
Overall result – 79.84 %
Name of students who secured 10 SGPA in II Semester in R.T.M. Nagpur University, Examinations
Name of student
|1||Mr. Rohit Pagote|
|2||Ms. Gagana Vyankatesh|
|3||Ms. Poonam Parate|
|4||Ms. Kritika Ninawe|
|5||Ms. Shruti Harkut|
|6||Ms. Tineshwari Padade|
|7||Mr. Kapil Shendre|
|8||Ms. Priyanka Siriya|
|9||Ms. Uma Pillai|
|10||Ms. Sakshi Peshne|
|11||Mr. Rohan Lohra|
|12||Ms. Diksha Vazirani|
–Special Highlights —-
- 12 Students scored 10 SGPA out 40 in R.T.M.N.U, Summer 2018 Examination (Sem II CBS)
- 91 Students scored more than 9 SGPA
- 120 Students passed with distinction
99 % Students passed with 1st Class.
First Year BE Result Winter-17 (I SEM CBS)
Position of our institute result amongst all institutes:1st
Overall result: 81.67%
List of Top- 10 students
|Sr. No.||Name of student||Uni. Roll||SGPA||Institute Position|
|01||Mr. Rohit Deepak Pagote||739932||9.89||1|
|02||Mr. Ashwin Sanjay Pawade||739813||9.86||2|
|03||Ms. Kritika Dewanand Ninawe||739666||9.82||3|
|04||Ms. Gagana Venkatesh||739644||9.79||4|
|05||Ms. Payal Chandrashekhar Kalamdar||739695||9.79||4|
|06||Ms. Shivani Laxman Taklikar||739743||9.79||4|
|07||Mr. Kapil Shekhar Shendre||739847||9.71||5|
|08||Ms. Gaurangi Laxminarayan Bangadkar||739645||9.68||6|
|09||Ms. Priyanka Govind Siriya||739714||9.68||6|
|10||Ms. Uma Krishana Pillai||739761||9.68||6|
S. B. JAIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH, NAGPUR
DEPARTMENT OF FIRST YEAR
|Sr. No.||Name of Faculty||Title of Paper||Year Of Publication||Name of Conference proceeding/Journals with vol. No. ppno. Date, ISBN NO. Impact Factor|
|1||Dr. (Mrs.). Rupali Kelkar||Anisotropic Bianchi type I cosmological models with generalized Chaplygin gas and dynamical Gravitational and Cosmological constants.||2017||Communication in Theoretical Physics, Vol 67, No. 2, pp. 222-230.|
|2||Modified Generalized Chaplygin gas in Bianchi type V space-time Geometry with dynamical G and Lambda||2015||Journal of Physics Conference Series 662, 012029.|
|3||Bulk viscous Bianchi type V space-time with generalized Chaplygin gas and with dynamical G and Lambda.||2015||International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 5, pp 208-221.|
|4||Bulk viscous Anisotropic cosmological models with generalized Chaplygin gas and time varying gravitational and cosmological constants||2015||Natural Science, Vol 7, pp 312-323.|
|5||Bulk viscous Bianchi type I, Bianchi type III and Kantowski –Sachs cosmological models with generalized Chaplygin gas and with dynamical cosmological and gravitational const.||2015||International Journal of Engg., Sciences and Management. Vol 5, pp 88-102.|
|6||Bulk viscous anisotropic cosmological models with dynamical cosmological parameters G and Lambda.||2015||Natural Science, Vol. 7, pp-179-189.|
|7||Anisotropic cosmological model with Quintessence||2014||International Journal of Theoritical Physics, Vol 53, No.-2, pp 449-460.|
|1||Dr. Himanshu Roy||Thermoelastic Problem of a Thick Clamped Rectangular Plate||2014||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2014, ISSN: 2277-3754|
|2||Thermoelastic Problem of a Thin Circular plate due to Heat generation||2014||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2014, ISSN: 2277-3754|
|3||Thermal Deflection of a Thick Clamped Rectangular Plate||2013||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 3, Issue 1, July 2013, ISSN: 2277-3754|
|4||Thermal Stresses of a Semi Infinite Rectangular Beam||2013||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 3, Issue 1, July 2013, ISSN: 2277-3754|
|5||Transient Thermoelastic Problem of an Infinite Rectangular Lab||2012||International Journal of Latest Trends in Mathematics, Vol-2 No. 1 March 2012, E-ISSN: 2049 – 2561|
|6||Thermal Deflection Of An Inverse Thermoelastic Problem In A Thin Circular Plate||2012||Journal of Statistics and Mathematics ISSN: 0976-8807 & E-ISSN: 0976-8815, Volume 3, Issue 3, 2012, pp.-114-117|
|1||Prof. Ovais Ahmed||Thermal Stress Analysis of a Thin Hollow Cylinder: Transient Problem||2016||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 6, Issue 1, July 2016, ISSN: 2277-3754|
|2||Thermal Stresses of a Thick Annular Disc due to Partially Distributed Heat supply||2016||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 6, Issue 1, July 2016, ISSN: 2277-3754|
|3||Inverse Transient Thermoelastic problem of a Flat Thin Square Plate Producing Deflection||2013||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 3, Issue 4, October 2013, ISSN: 2277-3754, pp no. 423-428|
|4||Thermoelastic Analysis on a Circular Plate Subjected to Distributed Annular Heat Supply.||2013||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 3, Issue 4, October 2013, ISSN: 2277-3754, pp no. 396-400|
|5||Thermal Solution of a Semi infinite Circular beam due to Heat Generation.||2013||International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT) Volume 3, Issue 4, October 2013, ISSN: 2277-3754, pp no. 322-325|
|1||Prof. Yogesh Shinde||Electrical, optical & structural properties of nanostructured Sb2S3 thin films deposited by CBD technique||2010||Calcogenide Letteres,Vol. 7, No. 1, February 2010, p. 101-109|
|2||Effect of complexing agent on structural, electrical and optical properties of Bi2S3 thin films deposited by chemical bath deposition method||2009||National Conference on Synthesis and Characterization of new materials and its applications, 15 march 2009.|
|1||Dr. Yogesh More||Study of optically stimulated luminescence in K2SO4:Ce||2018||Radiation Protection and Environment/1-19/61|
|2||Phase dependent optically stimulated luminescence in Cu-doped Sr4Si3O8Cl4||2018||Radiation Protection Dosimetry/1|
|3||Preliminary results on the photoluminescence and optically
stimulated luminescence in Cu‐doped and Ag‐doped ZnB2X4 (B = Li, Na, K: X = Cl, Br) compounds
|2017||Luminescence: willey publication/1|
|4||Photoluminescence, thermoluminescence and optically stimulated luminescence studies in zinc-based fluoropervoskites||2017||Radiation Protection Dosimetry/1|
|5||Study of doped LiCaAlF6||2017||Bio-Nano Frontier 20:85 (2017) Impact Factor 4.856|
|6||Phototransfer Thermoluminescence in LiF: Mg, Cu, P OSL Phosphor with Blue Light||2016||Research Journal of Physical Sciences Vol. 4(4):1 (2016) Impact Factor 0.000|
|7||Optically stimulated Luminescence in doped K3Na(SO4)2 Phosphors||2016||Radiation Measurements 93:20 (2016) Impact Factor 1.071|
|8||Preparation Of Waterproof OSL Dosimeters From Hygroscopic Materials With a Special Reference To NaCl:Cu||2015||AIP Conf. Proc. 1728-020144 (2015) Impact Factor 0.000|
|9||Optically stimulated luminescence in LiCaAlF6:Eu2+ phosphor||2015||Luminescence 30: 878 (2015) Impact Factor 1.518|
|10||Optically stimulated luminescence in K2SO4:AEu (A=Ca,Na,Al)||2015||AIP Conference Proceeding 1675: 020022 (2015) Impact Factor 0.000|
|11||Effect of optical bleaching on TL and OSL for K2SO4:Eu2+||2015||International Journal of Luminescence and applications Vol5 (4): 489 (2015) Impact Factor 3.805|
|12||A New highly sensitive low-z LiF based phosphor for radiation dosimetry||2015||Radiation Protection Dosimetry Vol. 168- 4: 465 (2015) Impact Factor : 0.913|
|13||Study of OSL in NaCl:Cu co-doped with Ca and Ca,P||2013||AIP Conf. Proc. 1536: 1173 (2013) Impact Factor 0.000|
|01||Dr. Suyash Y. Mullemwar||
Tunable Light Emission from P-Acetylbiphenyl-Cl-DPQ Organic Phosphor: For Blue and Near UV-OLED Applications
JOURNAL OF ADVANCED OPTICS AND PHOTONICS Vol.1, No.2: Page no. 109-124
|02||Blue light emitting P-Hydroxy DPQ phosphor for OLEDs||2016||OPTIK – INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR LIGHT AND ELECTRON OPTICS 127(22):10546-10553|
|03||Synthesis and characterization of novel 2-(4- bromophenyl)-6-
chloro-4- phenylquinoline, blue light emitting organic phosphor
|2016||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LUMINESCENCE AND APPLICATIONS VOL6 (1): PAGES 68‐72|
|04||Europium Doped BiVO4 Phosphor for Lamp Industry||2016||TechEd-2016 Tech-Chronicle: An International E-journal on Emerging Trends in Science, Technology and Management|
|05||Synthesis and characterization of Bromo substituted DPQ phosphor for OLEDs||2016||National Conference on Luminescence and its Application (NCLA-2016)|
|06||HYDRO-DPQ – A promising blue emitting organic phosphor||2016||National Conference on Luminescence and its Application (NCLA-2016)|
|07||Synthesis and characterization of novel 4-(6-chloro-4-phenylquinolin-2-yl)phenolblue emitting organic phosphor||2015||International Journal of Research, Biosciences & Agriculture Technology (IJRBAT), Special Issue-(6), ISSN 2347 – 517X (Online)|
|08||Photoluminescence study of novel 2-(4-bromophenyl)-6-chloro-4-phenylquinoline blue light emitting organic phosphor||2015||Techscientia- 2015 “An International Conference on Emerging Trends in Applied Science & Mathematics”|
|1||Dr. Dilip Rana||Greywater Treatment by Constructed Wetland – An Economical Way of Water Reclamation.||2018||Science Journal -2018, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur 440033,
UGC Approved Journal Number: 63430, , Vol. XIV, pp 24-28.
|2||Greywater Treatment by Constucted Wetland: A New Age Technique||2017||International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science, ISSN: 2454-1311, Page 31-34, Impact Factor- 3.58|
|3||“Greywater Treatment and Optimization of Various Materials as Bed in Constructed Wetland “||2016||JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL SCIENCES, ISSN 2229-760X (PRINT), ISSN 2319-7625 (ONLINE), Impact Factor = 2.89
Volume 6, Issue 4, April, 2016
|4||“Grey Water Treatment By Combine Processes Like Vertical Flow Constructed Wetland And H2O2/UV Photo Assisted Oxidation Process To Obtain Water Of Suitable Quality That Can Be Reused Directly”.||2016||Journal of Chemistry & chemical sciences, ISSN 2229-760X (PRINT), ISSN 2319-7625 (ONLINE), Impact Factor = 2.89
Volume 6, Issue 4, April, 2016
|5||Application Of Water Quality Index (WQI) For The Assessment Of Surface Water Bodies (Lakes)||2015||International Journal of Advances in Science Engineering and Technology ISSN: 2321-9009, Page 27-32|
|6||Assessment of heavy metals content due to idol immersion activities in surface water body (Futala Lake)||2015||Pelagia Research Library, ISSN: 0976-8505
Der ChemicaSinica, 2015, 6(2):11-19
|7||Application of water quality index (WQI) for the assessment of surface water quality (Ambazari Lake)||2015||Pelagia Research Library, European Journal of Experimental Biology, ISSN: 2248 –9215 European Journal of Experimental Biology, 2015, 5(2):37-52|
|8||Surface water (Futala Lake) quality and its pollution load in terms of water quality index (WQI)||2015||Pelagia Research Library,European Journal of Experimental Biology
ISSN: 0976-8610 6(1):15-26
|9||Impact Assessment of heavy metal pollution in various lakes, Nagpur, India||2014||Asian Academic reseach
journal of multidisciplinary
Vol 1 ,Issue 22(JUNE2014)
ISSN :2319 -2801
|10||Synthesis and Applications of flow of low dimentional system system such as multicomponent oxide in Medicine, catalysis, semiconductor, photovoltaic devices||2009||Recent Trends in Basic & applied materials National Conference of UGC. 10-11 Jan. 2009|
|11||Constructive Modes of Developing Water Recycling Methods in Domestic and industrial Sector||2008||National Seminar on water vision 2030, 24-25 Dec. 2008|
|1||Prof. Nilesh Zalke||Effect on the morphology of deposited powder by electrodeposition of aluminium and its alloys from Alcl3/Et2O at room temperature||2015||International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, July 4, 2015,ISSN: 2229-5518.|
|2||Comparative study of electrowinning of copper and cadmium in presence of some new additives.||2013||International Journal of Advancements in Research & Technology, Volume 2, Issue 1,ISSN 2278-7763|
|1||Dr. Sunil Kemdeo||Potential Application of Graphene in Catalysis||2012||Recent Researches in Chemistry: A Journey Towards Social Upliftment
Lokmanya Tilak Science College, Wani, 14-15 MAR 2012
|2||Solid Waste Management||2012||Journal of Biological and Physical Sciences Vol I (IV), 2012, pp. 41-42|
|3||Graphene : A future Material||2012||Ultra Chemistry Vol. 8 (2), 277-281 (2012)|
|4||MoO3 /SiO2-ZrO2 catalyst: effect of calcination temperature on physicochemical properties and activities in nitration of toluene||2012||Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis 7(2), (2012) pp. 92-104|
|5||Mixed oxide supported MoO3 catalyst: Preparation, characterization and activities in nitration of o-xylene||2010||Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis 5 (1) (2010), pp. 39-49|
|6||TiO2-SiO2 mixed oxide supported MoO3 catalyst: physicochemical characterization and activities in nitration of phenol||2010||Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 323 (2010), pp. 70-77|
|7||Nitration of phenol over silica zirconia mixed oxide supported molybdenum oxide catalyst||2010||National Conference on Advances in Material Research. Feb 26-27, 2010 The department of Physics and Chemistry, Shankarlal Khandelwal College, Akola , Maharashatra, India|
|8||Effect of calcination temperatures on activities of mixed oxide supported MoO3 catalyst in nitration of benzene||2010||National Conference on Materials Science: Trends and Future, Jan 6-7, 2010 The department of physics, Vidya Bharti Mahavidyalaya, Amravati, Maharashatra, India.|
Prof. Swati Nibhorkar
|Urbanization Challenges in Uttarakhand State: A Case Study||2018||published in International conference ‘ACMS’ at IIT Roorkee|
|2||Effect of vibration due to earthquake and wind on structure||2018||published in International conference ‘ACMS’ at IIT Roorkee|
|3||Geothermal Energy Resources utilization
and application as a renewable source: A Review
|2018||MAT Publication Journal of
Geotechnical Studies Volume 3 Issue 2
|4||Effect of Soil Structure Interaction on Structure: A Review||2017||Journal of Geotechnical Studies, Vol. 2, Issue 3, pp 1-5.|
|5||Performance of Infill walls as a global retofitting technique||2017||Int. J. of Engineering Research, vol. 5, Issue 3, pp 712-715|
|6||Retrofitting of Existing RCC structures using differentRetrofitting techniques.||2017||Proceeding of the Ist Int. and 18th ISME Confrerence, NIT Warangal|
|7||Influence of Shear wall on Seismic Behaviourof Structure||2017||Journal of Geotechnical Studies, Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp 1-7.|
|8||Behaviour of Steel Bracing as a Retrifitting Techniqe||2016||Int. J. of Innovative and Emerge Reseacg in Enginnering, Vol 3, Issue 3, 397-401|
|8||Advanced Retrofitting Method and techniques for RC Building: State of an Art||2015||IJRESTS, Vol. 1, Issue 8, pp. 108-113|
|10||Study of Retrofitting Technique by considering the Effect of soil Structure Interaction: A State of Review||2015||IJRESTS, Vol. 2, Issue9, pp. 208-13|
|01||Prof. Sanjivkumar N. Harinkhede||Study of Conventional Mechanical Rebar Coupler as an Alternative lap Splices||January 2018||International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE) Vol 3, Issue 1, January 2018, ISSN:2456-1290|
|1||Prof. Pritika Holey||Geothermal Energy Resources utilization
and application as a renewable source: A Review
|2018||MAT Publication Journal of
Geotechnical Studies Volume 3 Issue 2
|2||Research Study on Behavior of Composite Stub Column Experimentally and Analytially||2017||IJRASET, Vol. 5, Issue VI, pp. 1824-1829|
|3||A Review on Behavior of Composite Stub Column Experimentally and Analytially||2017||IJAITE, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 59-62|
|1||Prof. Daksha Taori||Efficient Integer DCT Architecture for MPEG-4 Part 10/HEVC||2017||IJRESTS, Vol. 3, Issue 2, pp. 4-16|
Prof. Mamta Chhabriya
|Transforming the dimensions of democracy for the empowerment of India. International journal of innovative research in science, engineering and technology.||2017||International journal of innovative research in science, engineering and technology.
Vol VI Issue VI.
|2||Business Prosperity Is a Global Commodity In The Face Of Global Ethos: A Philosophical Perspective. Resonance of Ancient Indian Culture in the World.||2015||Multi-disciplinary International Conference on Resonances of Ancient Indian Culture in the World at R.S.Mundle Dharampeth Arts & commerce College, Nagpur.
|3||Traditional Science and Technology: Age Old Practices And Skills Used In Remote Places. Resonance of Ancient Indian Culture in the World.||2015||Multi-disciplinary International Conference on Resonances of Ancient Indian Culture in the World at R.S.Mundle Dharampeth Arts & commerce College, Nagpur.
|4||Creative Writing: Motivation and skills, And Assessment. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities.||2014||International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities.
Vol II Issue III.
|5||A Perspective on Cultural Diversity in Indian Students and their Attitude towards Learning Language. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities.||2014||International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities.
Vol II Issue III.
|6||Parenting Styles and Its Effects on Adolescents Self Esteems. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and technology.||2013||International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and technology.
Vol II Issue IV
|7||Miscarriage of Cabinet Mission Plan 1946 Truncated India, Truncated Pakistan and Truncated Humanity. International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities.||2013||International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication.
Vol I Issue II
|8||The Roll of Thinking Styles’ and Creativity in bringing about Organizational Change. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication.||2012||International Journal of Scientific and Research Publication.
Vol III Issue V.
|9||Developing Meta-cognitive Skills: An approach to Teaching and Learning Language.||2012||The Horizon.
|10||Effect of Attitude on Teaching and Learning Process of Language.||2012||The Horizon.
|11||Transactional Analysis: A Strategy for Bringing About Effectiveness. An International Journal of Management||2012||Shabdasmi.
Conference on Management Strategies for Emerging Global Markets at Lokmanya Tilak Institute of Management Studies and Research, Nagpur.
Vol III Issue I
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