Date : 18 December 2008
Congratulations ! Prof G. V. Garje.
Since the year 2002, the Computer Society of India (CSI) Nashik Chapter gives away “Late Sou. Shevantabai Shirode Yashokirti” sponsored award to honor an individual from IT field for his/her struggle against adverse economical conditions and has excelled in the field of IT. This is unique award and Nashik chapter is the firstchapter to announce such an award. This award is declared by one of our life member Shri. Avinash Shirode in the memory of his mother Late Sou. Shevantabai Shirode.
PVG students complete project on the behaviour of press returned and virgin inks
Sachin Shardul, printweek.com,23 April 2010
Six final year students from the printing faculty of Pune Vidyarthi Griha’s (PVG) College Of Engineering and Technology (COET) have successfully completed a project.
The project: The behaviour of virgin and press returned solvent-based gravure inks, was supervised by professor and research coordinator Akshay Joshi of PVG.
The six students are Vinay Mutha, Sachin Sonkusale, Swanand Kullarwar, Anand Kulkarni, Ketan Das and Vikas Tripathi.
The project was based on the issue of utilising the leftover ink in the press in a methodological way.
Joshi said: “The project focused on the proper utilisation of the leftover or press returned inks. If this ink is not utilised in a systematic manner then it adds to the wastage thereby reducing profitability of the printer.”
Joshi added: “The research was not limited just to gravure printing but also included areas like working on shades and consistency required from leftover or press returned inks, either virgin or fresh inks directly from the manufacturers.”
The research was completed in eight months, with the researchers spending 12 hours a day doing the project.
Mutha, one of the students, said: “This is surely an achievement by the entire team. It would have been impossible to complete the project without the support of our professor.”
The research was funded by the America-based Omnova Solutions.
The chapter invites nominations from an individual / organization in Maharashtra. The chapter constitutes a committee to scrutinize the nominations received, andrecommend the name of the person to whom the award is to be given. I (Prof. Dr. D B Phatak) am glad to inform you that the selection committee has recommended Prof. G VGarje, Chairman, BOS in Computer Engineering, University of Pune for the Yashokirti Puraskar for the year 2008.
The Yashokirti Puraskar has been presented to Prof. G V Garje in the valedictory function of the national seminar on IT Enabled Education Transformation (IEET)organized by the CSI Nashik Chapter held on Saturday 13th December 2008 at the Ashoka Institute of Management and Technology (AIMT), Nashik at the hands of theChief Guest of the function Prof. Dr. D B Phatak, IIT Powai, Mumbai.
I (Prof. Dr. D B Phatak), on behalf of all you, congratulate Prof. G V Garje for the same and wish him all the success and to receive many more awards in future. ”
Date : 10 March 2009
Saumitra Shahapure Gate Score: 841, AIR: 31, Percentile:99.92,
Rokade Bhushan Ramesh Gate Score: 619, AIR:500, Percentile: 98.79
Joshi Tejas Sunil Gate Score:477, AIR:1940, Percentile :95.35
Date : 20 March 2009
We have this potential”
Aniket Gawade (TE IT) and Bharat Patil (TE IT) has won 1st prize in competition of developing Rich Internet Application usingAdobe Flex, conducted by Adobe System India Pvt. Ltd. in MIT, Pune.
Date : 24 March 2009
1). Aniket Gawade(TE IT),
2). Bharat Patil(TE IT) have won 1st prize in project exhibition competition at – D Y Patil college of Engineering, Akurdi, – SIT, Vadgaon, – MIT, Kothrud (3rd year level)