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Science Association


Committee Members:

·         Mrs. Pranali Patil

·         Ms. Priyanka Deore

·         Ms. Reshma Patil

·         Dr. K. C. Jha

·         Ms. Sonal Bhamare

·         Mr. Sandesh Gaikwad

·         Ms. Jyoti Jadhav

·         Mr. Shrinivas Acharya

·         Ms. Ujjwala Wagh

      Ms. Kalyani Sonawane

      Ms. Krupali Bhatvedekar  



Science Association was formally inaugurated by Staff Secretary Prof. Gopal Chanchalani on 25th June, 2015 by addressing students on “How the activities helps them to be confident & improves their personality”. It was followed by a seminar on “How to make a blog” by Prof. Munna Gupta. He told students how the blog created by us are useful for other people. And they can also make money from it.




For improving confidence among students & removing stage fear from them, to enhance their knowledge and giving them a platform to explore themselves science association has organized seminars on various subjects. On 30th  August, 2016 Prof. Pranali Patil has conducted seminars in the subject of Advanced Java I for the students of T.Y.B.Sc.(C.S.). On 29th February, 2016 Prof. Priyanka Deore has conducted seminar in the subject of Advanced Programming using Python for the students of F.Y.B.Sc.(C.S.) .On 29th February, 2016 Prof. SmitaPatil has conducted seminar in the subject of Multimedia for the students of S.Y.B.Sc (I.T.). On 2nd  March, 2016, Prof. Priyanka Deore has conducted seminar in the subject of Web Designing and Programming for the students of F.Y.B.Sc (I.T.).




On 27th  June, 2015 “Wall Magazine Exhibition” competition was conducted. 10 groups of students from B.Sc.(I.T.) & (C.S.) department have participated in this exhibition. Students have presented well presentable wall magazine with different topics like Gadgets, Upcoming Technologies, Cyber Crime, EWaste, Incredible India, Hygiene, The sweet history of class Android, Evolution of windows, No Limbs No Limits, Windows 10 and Yoga. The competition was judged by Prof. Gulshan Miyagamwala, the Chairperson of Wall Magazine Committee.




“Mathematics Project Exhibition” was conducted on 26th  August 2015. In this Competition total 10 projects were made by our mathematicians in Bharat College. They proved Mathematics is door and key to the science through their projects. These Mathematicians in our college realized Mathematics is everywhere in our life and they were worked on Bridge model, Model Based On Trigonometry, Clinometers, Football Ground-The use of angles to goals, Lollystick Clock, Haudrolic Crain, Pool Game, Maths behind beauty, Bridge Model etc In this Competition, students learned that the Mathematics is the science of what is clear by itself. We are servant rather than masters in mathematics. Also Mathematics is the language of science and engineering. We conclude this, it would be therefore right to say about Mathematics that, It reminds you of the invisible forms of the soul, It gives life to your own discoveries, It awakens the mind and purifies the intellect, It brings to light our intrinsic ideas, It abolishes oblivion and ignorance which are ours by Birth….




The seminar on “How to write acceptable papers and how to present your research work” was conducted on 1st September 2015. The session was organized by Science Association, Bharat College. The resource person for talk was Mr.Rinkesh Kurkure. In address provided by the resource person, he touched in detail the topics of what are new research areas, how to find a problem and do literature survey and later on moved to speak on topics of, how to analyze the primary/ secondary data and to do well documentation of data/finding for a good paper. The speaker also gave an idea to students on plagiarism and how to properly cite the paper they have used while writing then interacted with students on how to deliver the presentation they make and how they can be made more effective.




On 28thNovember 2015 “Donald Duck: Mathmagic land” movie session was organized. 27-minute Donald Duck educational movie released on June 26, 1959 was shown to the students. The movie was directed by Hamilton Luske. In 1959, it was nominated for an Academy Award and it was one of the most popular educational films ever made by Disney. The aim of this activity is to enhance the knowledge & interest of students in Mathematics. Many of the students believe that mathematics is boring, difficult & irreverent. But after watching this movie students get realized that mathematics can also be interesting. Mathematics is one of the skills you need to master in your life. Without mathematics we just cannot live or survive. We need mathematics in our everyday lives. In short, The World without mathematics is ZERO, again Zero!!





Debugging is the process of finding and resolving bugs or errors that prevent correct operation of computer software or a system. We make mistake while writing programs and that errors should be corrected at proper time otherwise they will create a mess in whole project. This activity was conducted on 10thDecember 2015 and it is initiated to explore students in the programing world and make them aware about importance of error detection & error correction at correct time. Under Science Association from both departments total 29 students have participated in this competition.




“Blackout Coding" competition was conducted a competition on 11th  January 2016 for CS and IT students.


·         Blackout coding was based on C and C++ Programming language.

·         The participants are supposed to type a program by switching off monitor.

·         Time of thirty minutes was allotted to each participant.

·         Winners were decided on the basis of minimum time required, appropriate output and error free Programs.




Computer Science and Information Technology Department has organized one-day industrial visit at CDAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), Pune on 12th  January 2016. Total 47 students accompanied with 4 teaching staff members. C-DAC was set up in 1998 by the department of Electronics with Dr. Vijay Bhatkar as its Director. A senior employee working at C-DAC has explained about prototype model of Main Super Computer. We have also visited to the well-known temple of god “Shankara”, shooting point near Khandala and PratiShirdi at Shirgaon near Pune.



Our society relies more on science every day, and science fairs are a great way for students to become more knowledgeable about how the world around them works. Every citizen needs sufficient science literacy to make educated decisions about what he or she reads in the media. Research can appeal to one's natural curiosity. Participating in a Science Exhibition is a great for a student's confidence. Participating in science exhibition develops Teamwork, Time Management, Responsibility, Discipline, Ethics, Organizational Skills, interviewing, communication, working with mentors. The Science Exhibition was organized on 20th February, 2016. Prof. Gulshan Miyagamwala, Head Department of Economics was the chief Guest for this exhibition. Total six teams were participated in the exhibition. And the projects were based on communication technology and Robotics. The projects were judged by Prof. Rinkesh Kurkure on the various criteria's such as introduction to Project, Presentation skill, concept orientation, working model its practical relevance etc. There were two categories for declaration of winners that is best presenter and best project.