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!

Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Gear up! It is time for Medha 2k18



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<Highlights from Medha 2016 with Bollywood Superstar Vivek Oberoi>

A college festival is not just for fun, it adds value to a student’s learning experience. In fact, the importance of Cultural and Technical Events in college equals the importance of studies. They help release the academic pressure for a short while and provide the students with a platform to showcase their talent. Which is why, with zeal and fervour, Amrutvahini College of Engineering (AVCOE) brings you, once again, it's biggest cultural fest: MEDHA 2k18 organised by Amrutvahini Sheti and Shikshan Vikas Sanstha! Yes, the talk of the town is back!
Every year, AVCOE organizes MEDHA, a mega cultural fest. It is the only college in Ahmednagar to organize a college fest on this scale!
It is the efforts and hard work of the students and the staff alike, which has made this fest a huge success in the past years. This year, AVCOE is pulling out all the stops with even more cultural activities and performances to look forward to! And this is why this year's MEDHA is even bigger!
This year’s MEDHA is coordinated by Prof. G. B. Kale, managed by Prof. V.B. Dhumal and executed by Mr. A.B. Shinde, MEDHA 2018 is all set to go on floor on 4th January 2018 until 6th January 2018. It will be taking place at the Vasant Dada Sports Complex in the Engineering College Campus. More details about the activities and registration are soon to be given out, so, watch this space!
To conclude, we would like to say that you are welcome to witness Sangamner's biggest cultural fest because it sure is a 'one of a kind' event.


For more details, call:
Mr. Manoj Chaudhri: 9970066357

Mr. Satyajit Thorat: 9975844080

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

First year engineering students! Do you know about this app?

A team of Engineering students from Karnataka had volunteered to develop an Android application for first year engineering students.

This app is called ‘Engienrai’ and it encapsulates the notes for engineering with all the subjects from the respective branches. Prepared and sorted by the engineering students themselves, Enginera's syllabus is purely based on Autonomous and VTU colleges. The application is very user-friendly. It contains notes and self-explanatory diagrams and drawings while giving free access to these notes of all the subjects under one roof. Once it is installed, it also works offline.


This application is very useful and informative to first years and is a must-have. It can be used in the following ways.
  • Last moment preparation before the exam.
  • Brush up tool for interviews and jobs.
  • Peripheral introduction to basic engineering concepts before any competitive exams.

The app was developed by a team of nine students; one of them being an Animation Designer. They began working on this app in January 2017 and it was officially launched in September. The app also provides a platform for students to get their doubts clarified. The team makes it a point to answer the doubts posted by students. The team is also currently in works of developing second year engineering content. They believe that this app would be of a lot of use to Engineering students as it provides study material for free and that it will help them with their studies.

AVCOE believes that innovation like this one is what changes the world and we are always looking forward to support and encourage our students’ talent in the invention field.

Sunday, 15 October 2017

MILAP- Post Event

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On Sunday the 1st of October 2017, AVCOE hosted its alumni meetup for the year in Sangamner. The aim was to get the alumni to meet one another especially. Another goal was to get them thinking and talking about the various post-school opportunities available to them and plan for the year ahead.


The meetup was packed with an exclusive function from the college students. They performed modern and classical songs, dance, stage plays, poetry recitation and much more. The current principal, teachers, students and alumni all gave a speech and shared good luck for upcoming future. The night was filled with the ultimatum DJ fest. All the people present there enjoyed the night filled with lights and music.
Check out the videos of the event here.
Check out the pics of the meetup here.

Click here to check the local newspaper article.


On day two, the alumni shared what they are currently doing (be it work or study) and what their plans are for the upcoming years. The alumni gave the current generation an in-depth explanation of how they will help them in work by completing a profile on their site, students avail themselves to businesses looking for skilled candidates. The alumni also pressed on the issues in the country and its difficulty that exists around i.e.finding employment after studying, partly due to lack of experience. They seek to connect students to what they call as "internships”, which is part-time work a student can do from the day they start studying. Such opportunities may help students come to realizations about their field of study earlier giving them the chance to gain certain skills or change their career path. The alumni also gave pointers and tips to graduate job-seekers and students looking to complete internships and in-service training.
Please follow the link for feedback and registration for mentorship scheme


Testimonials on social media from the Alumni.


The principal, DR. M.A.Venkatesh commended all the alumni, students and the staff for their work and for arranging this wonderful meetup.
Click here to read the letter written by the Principal

Monday, 25 September 2017

10 must have soft skills for engineers career success

The technology is developing at a rapid rate these days. New developments and the introduction of new machinery and equipment brought today will become an old news in a few days. So how do engineers in the various field keep up with the volatile environment? Engineering is a domain where one’s training never ends, even after years of professional schooling. Developing and honing both technical skills and soft skills is an utmost priority to sustain in the market for the engineers. Unlike hard skills which can be proven through technical work, soft skills need to be proven with a decree of one’s latent talent which the person learns through surroundings.

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Soft Skills are an amalgamation of people skills, social skills, communication skills, character traits, attitude towards any object or person, career attributes, social intelligence and emotional intelligence quotients that enable people to effectively manoeuvre their environment, work well with others, perform well, and achieve their goals with complementing hard skills. These skills can include communication abilities, personal habits, time management, teamwork and leadership traits, social graces, language skills and cognitive or emotional empathy.

The following list of soft skills may be useful for your resume, job descriptions or training plan.

  1. Communication- Communication plays a key role as this skill is two-fold, where one needs to deal with explaining concepts to clients and managers and translating them from technical to conventional methods. The second involves giving instructions to team members and others without rubbing anyone the wrong way.

  1. Courtesy- Manners Maketh Man. Being polite is necessary if one wants to progress in any field.

  1. Flexibility- Adaptability, accepting new things and a nature willing to change according to situations should be shown by the person in order to sustain in any field.

  1. Integrity- A person who is honest and have high ethical and moral values, boosts the spirit of surrounding where he/she works.

  1. Interpolation skills- Everyone likes a cheerful, friendly and humorous nature. Showing compassion, empathy, and patience towards other helps in rejuvenating the morale of everyone.

  1. Positive Attitude- One must cherish an optimistic, encouraging, happy, confident and enthusiastic nature in the society.

  1. Professionalism-  Professionalism, a word which sends an instant and a clear message. The qualities included in it are- poised, businesslike, appearance and well-dressed.

  1. Responsibility- Everyone likes a person who is reliable, accountable and gets the job done. This characteristic shows off the true personality of anyone as it is to be proved and not shown.

  1. Teamwork- Co-operation, tagging along with others, supportive of others’ work and collaboration - all are synonymous to Team Work. And the proverb “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships” stands true to it.

  1. Work Ethic- It’s a belief in work, a set of values centered on the importance of doing work and reflected especially in a desire or determination to work hard.The boss always admires hard-working, self-motivated, loyal employees.