Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Companies that are changing the outlook of technology

As was the case in the 90s, while monetary policy changed and tax reforms were likely to dominate the macroeconomic backdrop for equity markets and common folks, it was believed that technology will continue to be driven by its ability to increase productivity and disrupt the old economy. And as for today, technology is what drives the entire world.

It’s obvious that technology is all science and maths and not everyone will like to grasp what it brings to the world. For that, people with imagination and creativity come forth and bring a new curve to the technology with products and content which amuses mass audience and bridges the world more closely.
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Here is a list of companies which are taking a unique approach and making an impact to modernize and expand technology for the betterment of human life.

Netflix is an American entertainment company which has its roots in the on-demand streaming video as well as DVD-by-mail services. Founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph in 1997 at Scotts Valley, California and currently headquartered at Los Gatos, California, it is one of the biggest cultural influence in the society today with is varied content that is aired throughout 190 countries. It has more than 117 million subscribers as of 2017.

SpaceX is an ambitious and innovative private aerospace manufacturing company founded by Elon Musk in 2002. The company has boldly gone in space where no aerospace company has gone before. 18 successful launches were posted, twice as many as Air Force, NASA and U.S. National Reconnaissance Office. SpaceX has delivered 48 satellites into orbit and 22,700 pounds of supplies to International Space Station. SpaceX currently holds more than 60% of the global share of all commercial launch contracts.

Spotify is a Swedish Company founded by Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon in 2006. Spotify streams music, videos and podcasts through licensing agreements with record labels and media company. It is available in all of America, Europe, parts of Asia and Australia. The company is best known for helping to legitimize the “freemium” model (the tiered pricing strategy) where they provide music to the customers free of charge. The company bagged more than $3 billion in annual revenue of 2016, with an increase of 52% since 2015. Spotify has more than 140 million active users. Spotify has imprinted itself as a music streaming leader in the industry.

BuzzFeed is a New York based Internet Media Company founded by Jonah Peretti in 2006. It is known for its highly shareable news posts, quizzes and its signature “LISTICLES”. BuzzFeed has 11 editions all around the world and has raised $496 million in the capital as of January 2017. The content shared from the hub covers a deep variety of politics, personals, essay on breaking and in-depth global news. With a vast media coverage on Facebook posts, Blogs, Instagram, Twitter, etc. it delivers a hefty 75% traffic. BuzzFeed has established itself as a Mogul in media and entertainment business.

Twitch is a live-streaming video platform which was a part of, launched in 2007 by Justin Kan and Emmett Shear. The gaming category grew fast and became the most popular content on the site.The company then decided to spin off the gaming content as (inspired by the term “TWITCH GAMEPLAY). The company was purchased by Amazon in 2014, Twitch has since then attracted more than 35 million unique visitors a month. The company pitched partnerships with major game developers including TellTale Games, Ubisoft and Blizzard and expanded its own content to include the NBA’s developmental G League and music streaming of exclusive live performances.

Sunday, 28 January 2018

A Jovial outlook on Medha 2k18

In the monochrome life cycle of a student, which mainly is a cycle of eating, sleeping, attending lectures, and repeating, ‘College Fests’ shows a certain degree of fluctuations in the excitement levels of students. Why wouldn’t it? As the festive season slowly marches closer and closer with time, every student can taste the sweet scent of hard work; hard work of not only the students organizing it but the ones striving over their performing arts with incessant practices.
MEDHA is Sangamner’s largest cultural festival hosted by Amrutvahini College of Engineering's (AVCOE). The inauguration ceremony took place on 4th January 2018 in the presence of all the chief guests. The event was coordinated by Prof. G. B. Kale, managed by Prof. V.B. Dhumal and executed by Mr. A.B. Shinde.

This year, Medha brought to stage some amazing performances in Spot Poetry, Singing,Fashion Show, Instrument Playing, Skits, Yoga, GD and Debates. The dais had been decorated with distinguished guests. Prabhakar More, Pooja Bedi, Bhargavi Chirmule, Shyam Rajput and Achyut Godbole were the star attractors of the event.
Cultural festivals help to preserve our varied cultural heritage. As a whole, Cultural festivals give the opportunity to develop the qualities of mutual respect, love, communal harmony and national integration. We hope Medha remains a unique point in every student’s life where they can express their thoughts and share their creativity with everyone.

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Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Tech Gap: An Uprising Problem

What comes to your mind when you hear “tech skills gap”? You think of skills traditionally associated with information technology firms like coding, software development, and network security management. If compared with hard skills, the gap in applied skills reaches across all sectors. This affects everyone from artists to healthcare workers to business professionals.

There’s a huge demand for workers with tech skills and it continues to soar up every day, across all industries. To better understand the problem and its solutions, consider the following five key points and the opportunities that this Tech Skills Gap offers:
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Tech skills aren't specific just to the technology sector, but it runs across every industry. The main aim of these essential skills includes the ability to use technology to benefit the organization. Many people lack the necessary skills. That's a gap many people don't anticipate, and it's also an amazing opportunity to learn new skills and hone the existing.

There are more than 500,000 computing jobs open across the nation, but less than 50,000 students graduated with a computer science background in 2016. And the main hub of the graduated ones was IT alone. And this is the same issue with other fields, such as healthcare and business.

A survey conducted amongst the industrial hub showed:
  • 62% of students coming out of school aren't prepared with the necessary tech skills
  • 11% agree that school is effective in meeting skill needs
  • Three out of four employers feel that finding an employee with all job description requirements is rare

Educators, institutions and industry advisers need to work together to create curriculums that meet today's demands. It's not only on the shoulders of employers and employees. This will likely include the movement toward an "anytime, anywhere" educational model to bring online and onsite opportunities together.

As more and more business require workers with applied tech and latest hard skills, the present generation is tasked to keep up with the flow to avoid falling into that gap. Advancing technology doesn't allow anyone to become contented. For those who see the gap as an opportunity, it's a great time to learn new skills and sharpen existing ones.

We at Amrutvahini College of Engineering (AVCOE), provide a distinctive excellence driven engineering education that will groom future generations of engineers and entrepreneurs. We aim to create self-disciplined, physically fit, mentally robust and morally strong engineers and technocrats with a high degree of integrity and sense of purpose. We open a new window, “window of innovation” where we put technology at the core of our field and help our students to build that ‘tech gap’ which will help them to challenge the ever-advancing technology.

Tuesday, 26 December 2017


We take immense joy and pleasure in announcing the arrival of Amrutvahini College of Engineering's mega cultural fest: "MEDHA 2018". MEDHA, one of the biggest cultural festivals of Sangamner conducted every year, is consisting of an array of events this time; providing the students a platform to showcase their extraordinary talents.

MEDHA 2k18 will embark on the 4th of January and last till the 6th of January. This three-day journey will surely be exciting and fun filled, not only for the ones taking part in it but also for the audience witnessing it.
This year, the range of activities will include the following:
  • Spot Poetry
  • Singing
  • Group Dance
  • Fashion Show
  • Instrument Playing
  • Mimicry
  • Skit/Musical Drama Yoga
  • Spot Painting/ Cartooning
  • Extempore
  • Skating
  • Sports
  • Origami
  • GD/Debate/Quiz and much more...
All of these activities are open to all students of AVCOE. But if you are not an AVCOEian and still want to participate and be a part of this exciting event, then, you can showcase your talents for Singing, Dancing, Fashion Show and Musical Drama! These 4 competitions are open for all and everybody for participation!
Details for the events:
Performance duration: 4 minutes
No. of members: 1
Registration fees: 100.

Performance duration: 5 minutes
No. of members: 5 to 15
Registration fees: 500.

Fashion Show:
Performance duration: 5 minutes
No. of members: 6 to 14
Registration fees: 500.

Musical Drama:
Performance duration: 10 minutes
No. of members: 6 to 14
Registration fees: 500.
Do you think you and your friends can pull off a really amazing performance and woo the judges and the audience alike? Come then, with your friends and participate in this one-of-a-kind cultural fest! Hear the appreciation of an applauding audience, cheering peers and admiring parents all around you!
We are waiting for you eagerly! Witness MEDHA 2018, on the 4th, 5th and 6th January, 2018.
For more details regarding registrations, call:
Dr. Manoj Chaudhri: 9970066357
Mr. Satyajit Thorat:   9975844080

Monday, 4 December 2017

How to register to MEDHA 2018

AVCOE’s biggest cultural fest: MEDHA 2018 is almost here! There sure is a charged atmosphere in the campus as the festival approaches even closer.

Participants have begun rehearsing their performances. Enthusiasts who are not AVCOEians can still participate and be a part of this exciting event and can participate in Singing, Dancing, Fashion Show and Musical Drama! These 4 competitions are open for all and everybody for participation! The end date of registrations for these activities is 26th December 2017.

Following are the terms and conditions of the cultural events.

Terms and Conditions:

  1. To participate in the competitions you need to submit following things:
  • Affirmation letter from your school/college
  • A soft copy of your performance (CD Track)
  • I.D. Card of your school/college

  1. Final day of affirmation of your performances: 28th December 2017

  1. Only the performances specifically chosen (on 28th December 2017) will be allowed to participate.

  1. The selected performances will have to perform on the main stage on 6th January 2018.

  1. The winning group will be awarded with the trophy + the cash prize + certificates.

  1. Decisions regarding any changes in the rules and regulations of the competitions lay only with the organizers of the events.

Participants are requested to read and follow the rules mentioned above in order to ensure smooth functioning of the cultural fest. Make sure your group registers before the end date of registrations!

We are waiting for you eagerly! Witness MEDHA 2018, on the 4th, 5th and 6th January, 2018.
For more details regarding registrations, call:
Dr. Manoj Chaudhri: 9970066357
Mr. Satyajit Thorat:   9975844080

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Here’s all you need to know about MEDHA 2018

The Cultural Fest everyone is looking forward to is just around the corner! Amrutvahini College of Engineering along with Amrutvahini Sheti and Shikshan Vikas Sanstha is organizing its "Mega Cultural Fest - MEDHA 2018" on the 4th, 5th and 6th January 2018, this time, even BIGGER!

Like every year, MEDHA 2018 is once again all set to make a culturally amazing start to your new year! The inauguration ceremony will be taking place on the first day i.e. 4th January 2018 in the presence of all the chief guests. It will be taking place at the Vasant Dada Sports Complex in the Engineering College Campus.

The cultural activities, this year, range from competitions and events with the basic aim to uplift and portray the various arts. It consists of an assemblage of events with the view to entertain and bring out a sense of belonging and happiness to people all over the State and outside, too.

This year, the range of activities in MEDHA 2018 is MORE and will include the following:

  • Spot Poetry
  • Singing
  • Group Dance
  • Fashion Show
  • Instrument Playing
  • Mimicry
  • Skit/Musical Drama
  • Yoga
  • Spot Painting/ Cartooning
  • Extempore
  • Skating
  • Sports
  • Origami
  • GD/Debate/Quiz
We are expecting even more participation and entertainment this year now that the scope of the activities has widened! The end date of registrations for these activities is 26th December 2017. So rush for entries now! There are prizes worth 51000 and trophies to be won!
AVCOE is calling all the youths, and residents of the district who have been continually coming for past years to join us, yet again, and witness Sangamner’s biggest festival: MEDHA 2018!
For more details regarding registrations, call:
Dr. Manoj Chaudhri: 9970066357

Mr. Satyajit Thorat:   9975844080

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

6 Books Every Engineering Student Must Read!

Books, both fiction and nonfiction, offer a way for readers to learn from the lessons and mistakes of others, so that you can re-apply that knowledge without having to start from scratch.
More than just entertainment, the stories in books help shortcut your own learning curve so that you can learn and grow faster.

Here are few books recommended by AVCOE which we urge our every engineering student to read.
The major advantage of reading this book is that, it effectively describes on how to manage your to- do’s and task lists. We have to admit that all of us struggle to maintain our to do lists and give away to procrastination.

Why Read It?
  • This book focuses on writing all our to- dos in a single accessible list.
  • It removes the burden of recalling tasks from our brain.
  • Especially for a career like engineering, which is academically tough, reading this book might help one to learn the art of stress management and productivity enhancement.

There are times when we look at the Mother Teresa's of this world and realize that one life can make a huge difference. But if we are wise, we discover that often we don’t have to look any further than our own backyard.

Why Read It?
  • This book covers creative ways to successfully balance four major aspects of life : family, money, work and time.
  • The program rests on what the authors call three gotta do’s-  validate expectations, optimize effort and develop navigational intelligence.

This is a self-help book which is the pioneer of this genre. This book is a guide to improving a person's aura in the world.

Why Read It?
  • If you read the book carefully and follow majority of the tips, you can learn to be friendlier and more presentable as a person.
  • This book teaches you that, as long as you have good friends and good business associations, you will probably stay strong in personal as well as professional life.

With the knowledge acquired from this book, engineers can finally challenge the misconceptions that trail their leadership abilities.

Why Read It?
  • This book teaches you the art of conversation and shares some important secrets on getting your message across effectively to an audience.
  • Communication is one of the key ingredients for a successful life. If you observe a leader of any organisation, one fact becomes immediately evident. They spend most of their time in conversation. Everything leaders accomplish is the result of their conversations.

Through this book, Screwvala provides a relentless pursuit of entrepreneurial glory and describes how others can learn from the same. UTV-founder and pioneer of the media industry, Ronnie Screwvala is one of India’s most successful first-generation entrepreneurs.

Why Read It?
  • It is filled with incidents, thoughts and behind-the-scenes anecdotes of Screwvala’s career that would help young business-oriented minds to gain more knowledgeable insight into the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.
  • The book is inclined at bringing out clarity in the way business setup is changing. It presents a significant account on what role Indian entrepreneurs will play in the coming years.

This novel is an enchanting one and has inspired a devoted following around the public. This story - dazzling in its inspiring wisdom - is about an Andalusian shepherd boy named Santiago who travels from his homeland in Spain to the Egyptian desert in search of a treasure buried in the Pyramids.

Why Read It?
  • The cornerstone of this book is to break the monotony in your life.
  • Gratitude is the practice of finding the good in each day. Life can easily become stagnant, mundane, and monotonous, but that changes depending on what we choose to see. This book teaches you the importance of kindness and appreciation in life.

Reading develops your mind. Engineering students are always well-advised to delve in reading material directly applicable to their studies and career aspirations; but it can also be valuable to take detours into reading outside your major and specific scope. It will accentuate creativity in your regular lives and add the much needed entertainment!