1,105 College of Engineeing Pune students get degrees at graduation ceremony

Sakal Times
Thursday, 27 July 2017

In all, 817 students of B Tech from 10 engineering disciplines and 288 M Tech students from 22 specialisations while 22 students from the postgraduate diploma in ERP and eight students of postgraduate diploma in Additive Manufacturing have got the certificates

Pune: In all, 1,105 students of 11th batch of B Tech and the 13th batch of M Tech received their degree certificates during the graduation ceremony held at College of Engineering Pune (CoEP) on Thursday.

In all, 817 students of B Tech from 10 engineering disciplines and 288 M Tech students from 22 specialisations while 22 students from the postgraduate diploma in ERP and eight students of postgraduate diploma in Additive Manufacturing have got the certificates. Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Vice Chancellor Nitin Karmalkar, who was the chief guest, gave away degree certificates to the students in the presence of CoEP Board of Governors Chairman FC Kohli and CoEP Director BB Ahuja. Ahuja, while addressing the students, announced that State Education Minister Vinod Tawde has granted an amount of Rs 50 lakh for the next satellite project undertaken by the Swayam team. He also announced that the Robocon team of CoEP which had secured the first position at ABU National Robocon 2017 will represent India at the Asia-Pacific Robot Contest, International Robocon 2017 which will be soon held in Tokyo, Japan.

“The college in order to strengthen its research studies will revamp its 50 existing UG/PG laboratories. Eight new laboratories for new PG courses and Nano Machining and Smart Materials Center of Excellence will be established,” added Ahuja while speaking about the future plans of CoEP.

Kohli congratulated the graduating students and said that they will be an addition to the country in terms of continuing knowledge. He also emphasised that the institutions must strengthen their faculty like school education provides raw material for higher education.

 

 

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