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INFT department


An undergraduate program in Information Technology was initiated in the year 1999 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students. Intake of 60 was added in 2013.In 2010, an intake of 60 students (direct second year) was sanctioned. Graduates of the department have taken positions in Industry and academic institutions. We give exposure of current trends in IT to our students by inviting experts from industry. Beyond syllabus activities are conducted for the betterment of employment in academia, government, research, industry, engineering and management positions. Various technical and non-technical forums provide an exposure to engineering concepts and technology.

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To be recognized as a center of excellence in the field of Information Technology where learners are nurtured in a scholarly environment to evolve into competent professionals to benefit society.


  • Evolve a curriculum which emphasizes on strong engineering fundamentals with the flexibility to choose advanced courses of interest and gain exposure to tools and techniques in Information Technology.
  • Encourage a teaching learning process in which highly competent faculty share a symbiotic association with the institutes of repute.
  • Facilitate creation and dissemination of knowledge through a digitally enabled learning environment.
  • Develop academic and infrastructural facilities with modern equipment and other learning resources and encourage reciprocal sharing with other institutes through networking.
  • Establish a center of excellence to enhance academia – industry partnership and work on collaborative projects.


  • Graduates will possess the fundamental knowledge, theoretical background and technical skills to lead a successful career in diverse domains.
  • Graduates will analyse real life problems and design technically sound, economically feasible and socially acceptable solutions.
  • Graduates will exhibit professionalism, ethics, teamwork, social awareness and agility through life-long learning.


  • Explain and apply appropriate information technologies and employ appropriate methodologies to help an individual or organization achieve its goals and objectives.
  • Manage the information technology resources of an individual or organization
  • Anticipate the changing direction of information technology and evaluate and communicate the likely utility of new technologies to an individual or organization
  • Develop IT systems that would perform tasks related to E-governance and/or Health Care Management


  • Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, Information technology principles and Standards.
  • Ability to identify problem and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
  • Ability to develop a software system or components or process to meet desired needs using feedback and effective communication techniques.
  • Ability to conduct investigation of complex problems in IT domain that cannot be solved by routine methods, knowledge and may not have unique solution.
  • Ability to analyze user requirement by developing prototype or concept of proof using tools
  • Ability to understand the impact of engineering solution on society and environment.
  • Ability to effectively deploy IT based solutions into the user environment.
  • Ability to understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues.
  • Ability to effectively lead and function as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences using a range of modalities including written , oral and graphical.
  • Ability to understand and apply the principles of management and finance in relation to IT engineering projects.
  • Ability to adapt to emerging information technology for life-long learning.

Current Intake


Under Graduate – 120

Post Graduate – 18

Dr. Deepali Vora

Professor and Head of the Department



Information Technology is the most powerful need of every business today. I.T engineers facilitate many services in all process areas with innovative technologies. Our daily activities are the outcome of this automation and productive technology. The journey of I.T engineering is all about new opportunities and innovations.

Department of Information Technology - Faculty Profile


Name Designation Qualification Experience
UG PG PhD Teaching Industry R&D
Prof. Varsha Bhosale Associate Professor & Vice-Principal BE (CMPN) ME (INFT) PhD (Geo Informatics) Pursuing 20 - -
Dr. Sachin Bojewar Professor BE (CMPN) ME (CMPN) PhD (INFT) 29 - -
Prof. Ajitkumar Khachane Associate Professor BE (ETRX) ME (ETRX) (Specialization in Computer Technology) - 27 - 6
Dr. Deepali Vora Professor and Head BE(Computer Science and Engineering) ME (CMPN) PhD(Computer Science and Engineering) 19.5 6m  
Prof. Santosh Tamboli Assistant Professor BE (INFT) ME (CMPN)

PhD (Computer Engineering) Pursuing

15 - -
Prof. Vidya Chitre Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (CMPN)

PhD (Information Technology) Pursuing

20 - -
Prof. Akshay Loke Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (CMPN) - 11 - -
Prof. Shashikant Mahajan Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (CMPN)

PhD (Computer Engineering) Pursuing

7 - -
Prof. Ichhanshu Jaiswal Assistant Professor BE (INFT) ME (INFT) - 10 - -
Prof. Rohit Barve Assistant Professor BE (INFT) ME (INFT) - 8   -
Prof. Harshali Rambade Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (INFT)

PhD (Information Technology) Pursuing

10 - -
Prof. Indu Anoop Assistant Professor BTech (INFT) ME (INFT) - 4.1 1.5 -
Prof. Ajay Dhruv Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (INFT) PhD(Information Technology) Pursuing 6 - -
Prof. Debarati Ghosal Assistant Professor BE (INFT) ME (CMPN) - 7.6 - -
Prof. Deepali Shrikhande Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (INFT) - 4.5 - -
Prof. Kanchan Dhuri Assistant Professor BE (EXTC) ME (EXTC) - 5 - -
Prof. Anuja Gote Assistant Professor BE (EXTC) ME (EXTC) - 3 1.5 -
Prof. Neha Kudu Assistant Professor BE (INFT) ME (CMPN) - 4 - -
Prof. Vinita Bhandiwad Assistant Professor BE (EXTC) ME (EXTC) - 4.5 - -
Prof. Arpita Raut Assistant Professor BE (CMPN) ME (CMPN) - 3 - -
Prof. Swati Sharma Assistant Professor BE (IT) ME (IT) - 2 - -
Prof. Shruti Agrawal Assistant Professor B.Tech (CSE) ME (CS) - 6 - -
Prof. Yash Shah Assistant Professor BE (IT) ME (CSE) - 3 - -
Sampat Mali Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Maths) M.Sc.(Maths), B.ed. - 22 - -
Uday Kashid Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Maths) M.Sc.(Maths), B.ed. Pursuing 19 - 2.5
Vishwas Patil Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Maths) M.Sc. (Maths) - 20 - -
D N Krishna Associate Professor B.E. (Mechanical) - - 33 01 -
Meenakshi Nandula Assistant Professor B.Com. M.A (English Litrature), (SET), M.Phil. Pursuing 13 - -
Bhanu Tekwani Assistant Professor BE (INFT) ME (CMPN) - 4 - -
Prof. Vibha Wali Assistant Professor BE (ETRX) ME (EXTC) - 13 - -
Prof.Mohit Gujar Assistant Professor BE (EXTC) ME (EXTC) - 02 - -
Dr. Poonam Bathla Assistant Professor BSC(Zoology, Botany ,Chemistry) MSc (Environmental Sciences) PhD (Environmental Sciences) 7.5 - -
Dr. Swati Sinha Associate Professor B.E. (Electronics & Communication) M.E. (Electronics & Communication) Ph.D.(Electrical and Electronics Engineering) 11 3 4

The Department of Information Technology is a fast growing discipline and is of rigorous practical analysis. The department has well equipped Laboratories and logical reasoning is stressed in all practical applications. With highly talented faculty, the department boasts of a unique mode of learning, one that uses advanced aids for teaching. All the laboratories are provided with Internet facility through broadband connectivity. This facility caters to the computing, information processing and multimedia requirements of the students and faculty of the department. All the laboratories are air conditioned.

Operating System and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory


This laboratory focuses on Operating System and Artificial Intelligence that deals with case studies of different Operating Systems.

Unique Feature

It provides a set of functions needed and used by most application programs on a computer, and the links needed to control and synchronize computer hardware.

Major Instruments

Computers and software such as PROLOG, LISP, C, C++ and Java

Computer Graphics and Database System Laboratory


This laboratory focuses Computer Graphics and Database System which performs various image processing operations.

Unique Feature

This lab help to create movies and pictures usually referring to image data created by a computer specifically with help from specialized graphic hardware and software

Major Instruments

Computers and software such as C, C++, Oracle, MySQL

Data Structure and Software Engineering Laboratory


This laboratory focuses on Data Structure and Software Engineering which deals with designing of systems using various process models.

Unique Feature

It helps to study and an application of engineering to the design, development, and maintenance of software..

Major Instruments

Computers and C, C++, Java, Rational Rose, Microsoft Project 2000, UMBRELLO

Advanced Database and Networking Laboratory


This laboratory focuses on Advanced Database and Networking performs various simulation based experiments related to networking.

Unique Feature

Laboratory has User Manual for Advanced Database and Networking.

Major Instruments

Computers and Oracle, MySQL, NS2

Computer Programming and Project Laboratory


This laboratory focuses on Computer Programming and Project laboratory which is used to develop small prototypes of software systems.

Unique Feature

It is been utilized as Project where all students can used it for working of their project.

Major Instruments

Computers and C, C++, Java, Oracle, MySQL, Rational Rose, UMBRELLO

  • Organised AICTE Sponsored and ISTE Approved Short Term Training Program on "Open Data Science with IOT"
  • Organised ISTE Approved Short Term Training Program on High Performance Computing wih CUDA, OpenMP and MPI"
  • Organised "Inspire to Empower", an event for celebrating Women's Day.
  • Final Year Project Group won 2nd prize for their B.E Project titled "V- Monitoring System" at the 7th National Level Conference held at Lokmanya Tilak College of Engineering, Koparkhairane, Navi Mumbai on 16th March 2019.
  • Final Year Project Group won the first Prize at Hackathon Competition for building a prototype on "Cognitive Learning" organised by Vidyavardhini College of Engineering on 6th October 2018 and bagged the 1st Prize of 25,000 rs.