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JSPM's Imperial Sawant College of Engineering and Research (ICOER) has been established in the year 2006 under the banner of The Jayawant Shikshan Prasarak Mandal (JSPM), Pune. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, recognized by Government of Maharashtra (Directorate of Technical Education, DTE) and affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University. In JSPM’s ICOER admissions are done through centralized admission process run by DTE Maharashtra. College follows all rules and regulation given by DTE for admission process.

Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

Following direct and indirect teaching methods are adopted to improvise upon process of teaching and learning positively, which would equally support the growth of slow and extraordinary learners.

Bridge Courses
The institute does provide bridge courses for the topics having gaps in the syllabus.
The respective subject teachers are generally identifying the gap in their respective subjects through proper discussions at orientation program arranged by university, at DIAB meetings.
Also the teachers are taking help of senior faculty from department or senior/expert faculty from other institutes to find out the gaps in the course designed by SPPU.

Add on/ Enrichment
The institute also works out following strategies to bridge the knowledge gap:
The department has different domain committees who review the curriculum and find the gap between curriculums to meet the targeted program outcomes.
The alumni of the institution along with industry person and academicians help the students in orienting them towards the industry requirements and to gain skills for presentation in their career opportunities.
Articles /publications relating to engineering projects and other fields are put up on the notice board.
Students are also exposed to various e-Learning resources like, e-books and NPTEL (National Program for Technologically Enhanced Learning) videos on different engineering aspects.
The students remaining absent for the lectures and whose attendance is found to be less than minimum, specified by SPPU are strictly monitored. GFM of such students keep close interaction with their parents and time to time performance report of their child is communicated. This practice would continue until remarkable and satisfactory performance improvement is not achieved.
Technical site visits and industry visits are conducted to understand the actual implementation of concepts studied while learning and also to expose new technologies/concepts in the related area.
Faculty members provide extra efforts to the students by giving information on contents beyond syllabus to enrich their knowledge.
Enrichment courses like Personality Development program, Soft skill course program, certification program in latest technologies and various technological workshops, seminars are also conducted to improve student’s personality and motivate them for an innovative and creative mindset.

General Rules and Regulations:

1. Required Examination for Engineering Admission
       a. JEE Examination
       b. MH-CET Examination

2. Admission to First Year Engineering (BE)
       a. After HSC (Science – A group)
               i. Through Nation-wide test : JEE-mains( Should have Physics, Mathematics + Chemistry/ Biology/ Vocational)
               ii. Through MH CET(Any one examination is mandatory for admission)
       b. After Diploma
               i. Directly to second year through centralized admission process conducted by DTE
       c. After B. Sc.
               i. Directly to second year through centralized admission process conducted by DTE

3. Eligibility for admission
       a. For open category, minimum 150/300 marks at HSC in group Physics+Chemistry+Mathematics (PCM)
       b. For reserved category, minimum 135/300 marks at HSC in group Physics+Chemistry+Mathematics (PCM)

4. Admission Process for First Year Engineering
       a. 20% Institute level quota
       b. 15% All-India level quota
               i. Centralized admission process conducted by DTE
       c. 65% seats for Maharashtra candidates through centralized admission process
               i. 70% home University
               ii. 30% other University

5. Documents Required
       a. Mark sheets (SSC, HSC, Diploma, Entrance test)
       b. School Leaving Certificate
       c. Domicile, Nationality
       d. For all reserved categories:
       e. Caste certificate
       f. Caste validity certificate
       g. Non-creamy layer (for SBC, VJ, NT, OBC)

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