Master of Computer Application

Masters of Computer Application

MCA department started in June 2006 with the aim of providing quality education in computer applications to the students with modern infrastructure and competent faculty members.

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From the HOD's Desk

"Welcome to the department of Masters of Computer Application (MCA) at JSPM’s Jayawantrao Sawant College of Engineering, Pune. MCA Department was started in the year of 2006 with intake of 60 students. The department is located in a sprawling environment with a state of art facilities and highly qualified faculty. Department has experienced and committed faculty members with vast research experience.
The department works with the objective of addressing challenges faced by the Industry, society and the academia. Perhaps even more important is our unceasing commitment to our students, helping them to learn, grow, develop, and achieve their goals in their pursuit to excel in their professional career.
The department strives to provide a conductive environment for the students to develop analytical and practical skills and apply them to real
world problems. We ensure that students are abreast with latest technologies through our regular teaching learning process and additional enrichment programs. To motivate the students the department organizes regular training in new technologies, arranges workshop, National Conferences periodically. The alumni of the Department occupy high positions in industry and academia, in India and abroad.
We welcome you to the MCA Department and we hope to be part of your success."

Prof. Swayam Shah.
Head, Department of Masters of Computer Application

Prof. Swayam Shah

(HOD) Associate Professor
MCA

Prof. Shilpa Borde

Assistant Professor
MCA

Prof. Anjali Landge

Assistant Professor
MCA

Prof. Deepali Patil

Assistant Professor
MCA

Prof. Sarika Kshirsagar

Assistant Professor
MCA

Prof. Jotsna Saindane

Assistant Professor
MCA

Prof. Swapnali Patil

Assistant Professor
MCA

Prof. Soanli Lokare

Assistant Professor
MCA

About Laboratories

Training and Placements

In the department, Training & Placement is very active part of the institute which acts as nodal point for the placements of final year students. The Department supported by the department Training and placement coordinator. The department provides a platform to the recruiting organizations and students so that the passing out students gets the job he/she deserves. The department has maintained an excellent placement tradition and tried to give maximum jobs to our students. The effective & consistent efforts are being made for developing interactive communication with the leading Industries, interested in recruiting our students. The department believes in enhancing student’s performance at the campus interviews. In this regard the department arranges soft skill & personality development programmes, Workshops on Interview facing techniques and grooming them to make a quick learners, versatile, good team players, possess relevant skills set and technically competent technocrat. Apart from the major placement activity, the department promotes Industry institute interaction, organizing industrial training for students, Industrial visits for final year students, Inviting industry expert for campus visit and delivering lectures and workshops.

Objectives

  • Arranging off Campus, Pool Campus and exclusive Camus Recruitment Drives.
  • Organizing Aptitude & Soft skills Training Programs to prepare our students to face Campus Recruitment process.
  • Organizing Mock Group discussion sessions and also Mock Tests to improve their communications skills & interview facing as per the Company specific.
  • Placing students in the industry to undertake in plant industrial training program of 3 months as per the university syllabus.
  • Communicate with HR Personnel, furnishing Institute profile and resume of the students for the sake of placements.
  • Providing students data to placement & recruitment agencies and initiating them in getting placements.
  • Arranging periodical aptitude tests for students.
  • Interface between Industries – Institute interactions.
  • Arranging guest lecture of eminent personalities from Industry & Career Counseling.
  • Organizing Faculty Development Workshops.
  • Arranging Industrial visits.
  • Arranging technical seminars from industry experts.

Placement Process:

Eligibility:

  • General eligibility criterion for most companies is 60% aggregate, i.e. your average percentage score in all semesters. However, some companies demand a 70% aggregate. So it is advisable to score at least above 60% right from the first semester and above 70% if you have great ambitions. 
  • Another important criterion is that you should have no back logs, although a few companies may allow up to two.

Below is the whole placement procedure in general for all colleges. The four main sections of a placement: 

1. Introduction:
This is generally a pre-placement talk where the representatives of the company talk about their company history, accomplishments, major services/products, etc. All the queries regarding job profile, location of placement, and other HR related stuff are addressed. They also tell you about the “service bonds” the company has.

2. Aptitude Test:
Aptitude tests consist of basic problems in quantitative ability, logical reasoning and verbal ability. Google the past aptitude test question papers of the respective company, and solve those for practice. Generally, it is seen that the questions do tend to repeat. The website”freshersworld.com” is quite handy as it has past papers of almost all companies.
Books by R.S. Agrawal are good for preparation but it is not necessary to solve the entire book. Generally, these tests are easy and just require logic to crack them.
E.g. Tech Mahindra have a simple aptitude test but the cutoff is high because they want only few students.

3. Group Discussion:
Not all companies take a GD, for e.g. there is no GD for PTC. However, you will find that many of the companies with high packages take a GD. GD is usually between 6 to 8 candidates.
There will be a panel of 3 or so 'experts' monitoring you throughout and the duration is usually 20 min. They give you marks on the basis of your content and conduct. Content is the single most important factor in a GD. Conduct, though secondary to content, is also a vital parameter to judge you.
You may be given any topic for GD (political, social, and marketing-related) and you will be given around 5 min to prepare your points. Most probably they will shortlist 2 candidates from a group of 8. So make sure you make enough points during the discussion because there is no chance for you getting selected if you keep quiet.

4. Interview
Interview is the final step in the selection process. Usually, the companies have a single interview in which they ask technical as well as personal questions. However, there can be separate interviews also.
Technical Interview:
1. Some companies ask what your strong subjects are beforehand, while some might ask about fundamental knowledge about a particular subject.
2. Most of the companies would be IT related so brush up on the computer languages. Generally they ask only basic questions so revise C++ and JAVA. Also DBMS are a favorite topic of the interviewers. 
3. Some companies like Amdocs may ask you to execute a program in some language.

Personal Interview:
The typical questions asked in this interview are: 
1. Tell me something about yourself. 
2. Why do you want to join this company? 
3. Are you willing to work in any office of the company across the country? (Answer should always be yes if you want the job). 
4. What are your strengths and weaknesses? 
5. Why should we select you? 

Our Recent Placed Students:


MR.Jamir Shaikh
Placed at TechMahindra with 5.0 LPA


Ms.Sandhya Gondhane
Placed at Vertical Media with 2.0LPA


Ms.Snehal Galande
Placed at interface11 With 2.0LPA


Ms.Maya Raut
Placed at GTL software with 1.8LPA


Mr.Avadhut Vagare
Placed at GTL Software with 1.8LPA

Placed Students list in 2018-19

Sr.No. Name of student Company Name
1 Jamir Shaikh Fluentgrid Ltd.
2 Swabhiman Dudhnale TCS
3 Shinde Rushikesh MAERSK Pvt.Ltd.
4 Abdul Kalam Concentrix Daksh Services Pvt.Ltd
5 Talware Dinesh WNS Global Ltd.
6 Birajdar Sangmeshawar QDigi Services Ltd(QUESS)
7 Shinde Rajendra Axa Business Service Pvt.Ltd
8 Sandhya Gondhane Rectus Media Pvt.ltd.
9 Dangmali Yuvraj DigiCaptions India Pvt Ltd.
10 Prashant Hiwrale Rage Framework India Pvt.Ltd.
11 Avdhut Vagare GTL Software
12 Maya Raut GTL Software
13 Kamble Shital Technologics IT Consultant
14 Bhandar Mayur Mphasis
15 Yadav Swapnil Advait Techserve (India) Pvt. Ltd.
16 Snehal Galande Interface11 Pvt.Ltd
17 Shitalkumar Dhawale Exl Service.com Pvt Ltd.

Average Package= 2 LPA
Highest Package= 5 LPA

Student's Services

E-learning platform

Department provides e-learning platform like Moodle. Moodle is a Course management system (CMS). Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalized learning environments. Students can access digital content of the courses i.e. Notes, Assignments, ppt and previous years question papers and their solutions from Institutes cloud server 24 X 7 as per their convenience.
Students are encouraged for doing NPTEL online courses and use of National Digital Library for enhancing their knowledge.

III (Industry Institute Interaction)

In order to increase the interaction with industries every year department organizes Industrial Visit to different organizations. Department interacts with industry to ascertain its needs to fill the gap in the curriculum.
We have visited following industries:

- Infosys
- Logical DNA
- Science & Technology Park, Pune
- GMRT, Narayangao
- Barclays
- Amrutam Aqua Pvt Ltd, Bhor

GFM Services (Guardian Faculty Member)

Identifying weak areas and working out remedies helping students thereby taking their complete care.Department has guardian faculty member (GFM) activity. This helps in monitoring the student’s academic performance.
The objectives of the GFM scheme are:

- To provide academic counseling
- To communicate with the student’s parents
- Establishing rapport between teachers, student & parents.
- Monitoring attendance and behavioral aspects of every student.

Student Communication System

I) Whatsapp group: In order to share academic information and important notices we have created year wise Whatsapp Group for Students.
II) Google Groups: We have formed various Google groups for MCA I, II and III year students to convey academic information to the students. Faculty can upload important notices, Circulars and Exam time tables.

Student's Association

Antarnaad 2019

Techmanthan19







Alumni Meet 2018




Selenium Workshop




Seminar on Agile



Expert Lecturer on Devops Technology by Pradeep Hambir. !!!




International Women's Day Celebration. !!!



Teachers Day



Soft Skill










Digital Marketing



BI Seminar

Cricket Match

Science & Tech Park Visit

Traditional Day







Contact Us

Head Of Department T & P Coordinator Website Coordinator
Prof. Swayam S Shah
Head of Department
JSPM’s Jayawantrao Sawant College Of Engineering
Sr.No.-58, Handewadi Road,Indrayani Nagar,Hadapsar,
Pune-411028
meet_swayam@yahoo.co.in
(020) 26970889/887 ext. 425 / 9890792906
Prof. Sarika Kshirsagar
Training & Placement Co-ordinator
Training and placement Coordinator
JSPM’s Jayawantrao Sawant College Of Engineering
Sr.No.-58, Handewadi Road,Indrayani Nagar,Hadapsar,
Pune-411028
sarikakshirsagar20@gmail.com
(020) 26970889/887
Prof. Swapnali Patil
Website Coordinator
JSPM’s Jayawantrao Sawant College Of Engineering
Sr.No.-58, Handewadi Road,Indrayani Nagar,Hadapsar,
Pune-411028
swapnalimca@gmail.com
(020) 26970889/887

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