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National Level Workshop
National Level Workshop on AWS- Academy Cloud Foundation in collaboration with AWS Academy and Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering for Women,Pune on 6th to 9th May 2019.
The winning team of 9th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition on Human Rights’
The winning team of 9th Justice ‘P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition on Human Rights’, National Law University Odisha, along with the dignitaries on the dias, Hon’ble Mr. Justice G.S. Sistani Judge, Delhi High Court, Hon’ble Mr. Justice A. Hariprasad, Judge, Kerala High Court, Hon’ble Mr. Justice C.B. Barowalia Judge, Himachal Pradesh High Court, Hon’ble Smt. Justice Bharati H. Dangre Judge, Bombay High Court, Hon’ble Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam Chancellor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed To Be University, Hon’ble Prof. Dr. M.M. Salunkhe Vice Chancellor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed To Be University G. Jaykumar, Registrar, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed To Be University, Hon’ble Dr. Zhyldyz Tegizbekova, Professor, Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development De Paul University, Chicago, U.S.A. on 17/03/2019.
9th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition
9th Justice P.N. Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition on Human Rights was inaugurated with Hon’ble Smt. Justice Revati Mohite Dere, Judge, Bombay High Court as Chief Guest, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Bibek Chaudhuri Judge, Calcutta High, Guest of Honour, in August presence of Hon’ble Dr. Rajendra Parsad Gunput Head, Department of Law, University of Mauritius, Hon’ble Prof. Dr. Shivajirao Kadam Chancellor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed To Be University, Hon’ble Dr. Vishwajeet Kadam, Secretary, Bharati Vidyapeeth & Pro Vice Chancellor, Hon’ble Dr. M.M. Salunkhe, Vice Chancellor, which was organized by New Law College Pune, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed To Be University on 16/03/2019.
Women Innovators Award - Dr. Rama Bhadekar
Dr. Rama Bhadekar, Associate Professor, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of IT & Biotechnology was awarded "Women Innovators Award" by MSME-DI (Nagpur) and German Cooperation on International Women's Day, 8th March 2019.
Visit of UNC, Charlotte, USA
Dr. Robert Johnson, Dean of the College of Engineering and Dr. Asis Nasipuri, Department Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA, visited BV(DU) College of Engg., Pune on Tuesday, 19th February, 2019.
Women in Analytical Science Award
Ms. Zareen Khan, Ph.D. student working in RGIT-BT, under the guidance of Dr. Shamim Shaikh. has won the "Women in Analytical Science" Award from the India Section of "AOAC International". This award is a recognition of Women in analytical science field.
Best Lab Award
Heat and Mass Transfer Lab of Chemical Department of BVIT was presented with the “Best Lab Award” for the year 2016-17 on 15th February 2019. It was received by Principal, Mr. P. N. Tandon from the hands of Hon’ble Shri VInod Tawade, Minister of Technical and Higher Education, in a function organized by MSBTE. The award carried a cash prize of Rs.50,000/- and a certificate. This programme was attended by Mr. Saurabh Vijay, Chief Secretary of Technical Education, Dr. Abhay Wagh, Director DTE, Dr. Vinod Mohitkar, Director MSBTE and Principals of various Institutes. Best Lab Award is instituted by MSBTE to appreciate and encourage the development of Labs of Polytechnic to keep up with the latest technology and enhance teaching learning process
Social Gesture of AKFDC
Abhijit Kadam Football Development Center provided Football Ground Facility to NGO "Just For Kicks" Football League for Under-Privileged Students at Bharati Vidyapeeth Dhankawadi Campus, Pune.
Food Fiesta 2019 Galaxy at BVCHTMS
BVCHTMS, Navi Mumbai presents Food Fiesta 2019 Galaxy - The event was inaugurated by Mr. Srinivas Srirangam, General Manager, Novotel-Imagica, Mr. Jaydeep Shinde, Director HR, Novotel-Imagica, along with Dr. V.J. Kadam, Director, Bharati Vidyapeeth Navi Mumbai Complex, Mr. M.Z. Sheikh, Principal, Bharati Vidyapeeth Engineering College, Navi Mumbai and Mr. Wilson Lukose, Principal, BVCHTMS, Navi Mumbai
Flower Arrangement Workshop at BVCHTMS
Flower Arrangement Workshop conducted by Mrs. Sanjeevani Sawant Desai for the Third Year RDM Students on 16 and 17 January 2019 at BVCHTMS, Navi Mumbai
Workshop On "Online Grievance Redressal System"
"Online Grievance Redressal System" workshop was conducted by ICT cell of Bharati Vidyapeeth(DTU) on 15.01.2019 at Center for Health Management Studies and Research,Pune. Workshop was inaugurated by Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , Dr. Manikrao Salunkhe.
Resource Person for Workshop : Dr. Sachin Kadam, Director ICT
"BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Pune organized free Dental check-up camp"
On 8th January,2019, BVDU Dental College & Hospital, Pune organized free dental check-up camp for Bharati vidyapeeth police staff under the guidance of our principal sir Dr Rajesh kshirsagar. As per under principal sir guidance we have provided them free dental treatment . Special thanks to Dr v v Kulkarni sir , Dr Amit Mhapuskar sir and Dr .Vaishali Joshi madam for their active participation and support.
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E-mail Policy


The purpose of this policy is to ensure the proper use of Bharati Vidyapeeth’s email system and make users aware of what Bharati Vidyapeeth deems as acceptable and unacceptable use of its email system. The Bharati Vidyapeeth reserves the right to amend this policy at its discretion. In case of amendments, users will be informed appropriately.

» Legal risks

Email is a business communication tool and users are obliged to use this tool in a responsible, effective and lawful manner. Although by its nature email seems to be less formal than other written communication, the same laws apply. Therefore, it is important that users are aware of the legal risks of e-mail:
  • If you send emails with any libelous, defamatory, offensive, racist or obscene remarks, you and Bharati Vidyapeeth can be held Liable.
  • If you forward emails with any libelous, defamatory, offensive, racist or obscene remarks, you and Bharati Vidyapeeth can be held liable.
  • If you unlawfully forward confidential information, you and Bharati Vidyapeeth can be held liable.
  • If you unlawfully forward or copy messages without permission, you and Bharati Vidyapeeth can be held liable for copyright infringement.
  • If you send an attachment that contains a virus, you and Bharati Vidyapeeth can be held liable.
By following the guidelines in this policy, the email user can minimize the legal risks involved in the use of e-mail. If any user disregards the rules set out in this Email Policy, the user will be fully liable and Bharati Vidyapeeth will disassociate itself from the user legally.

» Legal requirements

The following rules are required by law and are to be strictly adhered to:
  • It is strictly prohibited to send or forward emails containing libelous, defamatory, offensive, racist or obscene remarks. If you receive an e-mail of this nature, you must promptly notify your supervisor.
  • Do not forward a message without acquiring permission from the sender first.
  • Do not send unsolicited email messages.
  • Do not forge or attempt to forge email messages.
  • Do not send email messages using another person’s email account.
  • Do not copy a message or attachment belonging to another user without permission of the originator.
  • Do not disguise or attempt to disguise your identity when sending mail.

» Best practices

Bharati Vidyapeeth considers email as an important means of communication and recognizes the importance of proper email content and speedy replies in conveying a professional image and delivering good customer service. Therefore Bharati Vidyapeeth wishes users to adhere to the following guidelines:
Writing emails:
  • Write well-structured emails and use short, descriptive subjects.
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth’s email style is informal. This means that sentences can be short and to the point. You can start your e-mail with ‘Hi’, or ‘Dear’, and the name of the person. Messages can be ended with ‘Best Regards’. The use of Internet abbreviations and characters such as smileys however, is not encouraged.
  • Your e-mail with ‘Hi’, or ‘Dear’, and the name of the person. Messages can be ended with ‘Best Regards’. The use of Internet abbreviations and characters such as smileys however, is not encouraged.
  • Signatures must include your name, job title and company name. A disclaimer will be added underneath your signature (see Disclaimer)
  • Use the spell checker before you send out an email.
  • Do not send unnecessary attachments. Compress attachments larger than200K before sending them.
  • Do not write emails in capitals.
  • Do not use cc: or bcc: fields unless the cc: or bcc: recipient is aware that you will be copying a mail to him/her and knows what action, if any, to take.
  • If you forward mails, state clearly what action you expect the recipient to take.
  • Only send emails of which the content could be displayed on a public notice board. If they cannot be displayed publicly in their current state, consider rephrasing the email, using other means of communication, or protecting information by using a password (see confidential).
  • Only mark emails as important if they really are important.
Replying to emails:
  • Emails should be answered within at least 8 working hours, but users must endeavor to answer priority emails within 4 hours.
  • Priority emails are emails from existing customers and business partners.
Newsgroups: Users need to request permission from their supervisor before subscribing to a newsletter or news group. Maintenance: Delete any email messages that you do not need to have a copy of, and set your email client to automatically empty your ‘deleted items’ on closing.

» Personal use

Although Bharati Vidyapeeth’s email system is meant for business use, Bharati Vidyapeeth allows the reasonable use of email for personal use if certain guidelines are adhered to:
  • Personal use of email should not interfere with work.
  • Personal emails must also adhere to the guidelines in this policy.
  • Personal emails are kept in a separate folder, named ‘Private’. The emails in this folder must be deleted weekly so as not to clog up the system.
  • The forwarding of chain letters, junk mail, jokes and executables is strictly forbidden.
  • On average, users are not allowed to send more than 2 personal emails a day.
  • Do not send mass mailings.
  • All messages distributed via the company’s email system, even personal emails, are Bharati Vidyapeeth’s property.

» Confidential information

Avoid sending confidential information by e-mail. If you do, you must secure the information by including it in a Microsoft Word or Excel file and protecting it with a password. Then provide the recipient with the password by means of other communication, for instance by telephone.

» Disclaimer

The following disclaimer will be added to each outgoing email: ‘This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify the system manager. Please note that any views or opinions presented in this email are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the company. Finally, the recipient should check this email and any attachments for the presence of viruses. The company accepts no liability for any damage caused by any virus transmitted by this email.’

» System monitoring

You must have no expectation of privacy in anything you create, store, send or receive on the company’s computer system. Your emails can be monitored without prior notification if Bharati Vidyapeeth deems this necessary. If there is evidence that you are not adhering to the guidelines set out in this policy, the Bharati Vidyapeeth reserves the right to take disciplinary action, including termination and/or legal action.

» E-mail Accounts

All email accounts maintained on our email systems are property of Bharati Vidyapeeth. Passwords should not be given to other people and should be changed once a month. Email accounts not used for 60 days will be deactivated and possibly deleted.

» Questions

If you have any questions or comments about this Email Policy, please contact [Name], [Tel], [Email]. If you do not have any questions Bharati Vidyapeeth presumes that you understand and are aware of the rules and guidelines in this Email Policy and will adhere to them..

» Declaration

I have read, understand and acknowledge receipt of the Email policy. I will comply with the guidelines set out in this policy and understand that failure to do so might result in disciplinary and/or legal action.
Today's Birthdays

  • Thu, 20 June
    Mr. Pawar Baban Dhondiba
    Peon, COE, Pune
  • Thu, 20 June
    Mr. Uttam Jagannath Patil
    Sr. Clerk, YMIM, Karad
  • Thu, 20 June
    Mr. Mudliyar Anil Ganesh
    Lab. Att., COE, Pune
  • Thu, 20 June
    Dr. S.N. Jagdale
    Asst. Professor. YMIM Karad
  • Thu, 20 June
    Smt. Kadam Anjali
    COE for Women, Pune
  • Thu, 20 June
    Prof. Firdos. J. Khan
    Asst. Prof., COE, Mumbai
Latest updates

  • Workshop On "Online Grievance Redressal System"
  • Online Grievance Redressal  System
  • "Online Grievance Redressal System" workshop was conducted by ICT cell of Bharati Vidyapeeth(DTU) on 15.01.2019 at Center for Health Management Studies and Research,Pune. Workshop was inaugurated by Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , Dr. Manikrao Salunkhe.
    Resource Person for Workshop : Dr. Sachin Kadam, Director ICT
  • Online Grievance Redressal  System
  • Online Grievance Redressal  System
  • Albus Atrum-2018 exhibition
  • Albus Atrum-2018 exhibition
  • Albus Atrum-2018 exhibition of the graduating student's portfolio images of BVSP 6th batch was inaugurated at Nehru Art Gallery-Worli, Mumbai by renowned Sculptor Mr. Arzan Khambatta and Mr.Sharad Pawar President of the (NCP) Nationalist Congress Party. Mrs.Supriya Sule Member of Parliment of NCP was also present at the event. The day 2 of the exhibition was visited by Mr.Udhav Thakery Chief of Shiv Sena.
  • Albus Atrum-2018 exhibition
  • Albus Atrum-2018 exhibition
  • International Conference on Data Sciences, Security and Applications (ICDSSA, 2019) International Conference on Data Sciences
  • Bachelor of Vocation - Interior Design
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  • Workshop - IPR and Patent
  • Recruitment for Junior Research Fellow under funded project in RGITBT

  • National Conference 2018
  • COFA
  • Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Fine Art in association with Indian Herpetological Society conducted Symbol and logo competition for "The Zoo Authority of Maharashtra" in February 2016. We are proud to announce that the winner symbol and logo will be authorized trademark of "The Zoo Authority of Maharashtra" now on.
  • Congratulation BV’s New Law College Sangli have secured NAAC 'A' grade in NAAC aggradation system
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