Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering
|Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering|
|Principal||Dr. Dharmender Saini|
|Location||New Delhi, India|
|Affiliations||Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University|
Bharati Vidyapeeth's College of Engineering (BVCOE) is an engineering college in Paschim Vihar, New Delhi, India. It is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The college was established in year 1999. Its parent body is Bharati Vidyapeeth University,a Deemed University in Pune, Maharashtra. It is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi.
As of 2014, the college is being headed by Dr. Dharmender Saini.
- Electrical and Electronics Department
- Computer ScienceDepartment
- Electronics and Communication Department
- Instrumentation and Control Department
- Information Technology Department
A red brick building houses BVCOE. The Technology department and administrative block are in a single building with four blocks (A,B,C and D). The building houses classrooms, laboratories, a library, projector rooms and rooms for other academic activities. An auditorium is shared with the BVIMR, another college of the same parent body in the same campus but in a different building. The college has a playground, a Badminton court, a Volleyball court, a Recreation centre (Food Court), a Cricket pitch in the playground and a cemented basketball court. Indoor sports include Chess and Table Tennis. A sports week is held every year which includes inter stream events in all the mentioned sports activities.
The total intake of students for a year is 420 students, for the morning programmes.
|Stream||No. Of Students|
|Computer Science and Engineering||120|
|Electronics and Electrical Engineering||60|
|Instrumentation and Control Engineering||60|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering||120|
An additional 3-8 students per class are admitted through the lateral entry scheme for diploma students in the second year of a four year batch.
Out of total number of seats, the 90% seats are filled in by the Centralized Counselling to be conducted by GGSIP University based on its CET.
10% seats are reserved for Management Category. Admission to these 10% Reserved Management Category Seats is done by the Management on merit as per the Instructions of the Govt. of NCT, Delhi and GGSIP University.
Research and Development Cell
The R&D cell has been involved in projects including the EU Asia-Link project. Major research areas include Value-added Services in Communication Systems, Tsunami: Radio Alert System, Sustainable Built Environment, Image Processing, Nano Technology and application of IT to problems in energy and environment.Other fields of research include Embedded Systems and VLSI Technology.
Technology and Business Groups
BVPIEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), BVPISTE(Indian Society For Technical Education), BVP-GTUG(Google Technology User Group),BVP-ISA(International Society of Automation), BVP Inc. (a business Group) and BVPLUG(Linux User Group) are the technical and business groups as of 2013, involved in various co-curricular activities in the college.
XTASY, is the Cultural festival of the college, held annually in the even semester. It is organised by all the students in general.
Fervour is an annual fest organised in the even semester by the members of BVPIEEE, IEEE(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) chapter of the college .
Evoluzione is an annual fest organised by the members of BVPISTE, ISTE(Indian Society for Technical Education) chapter of the college.
Chaos is an annual festival organised by the GTUG (Google Technology User Group) members of the college.
Corprova is organised by the only business group in the college, the BVP Inc. It is an annual festival held in the even semester.
Involvement in Social work
Promotion of Open Source Software
Groups such as BVPMOSC (Bharati Vidyapeeth's Mozilla Open Source Club, working under BVPISTE, now BVP Firefox Club), BVPLUG (Bharati Vidyapeeth's Linux User Group) and GDG (Google Developers Group) are responsible for the promotion of open source software technologies in the college.
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