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Equinox is National Level Technical Symposium, organised every year by the Computer Department of K.K. Wagh College of Engineering Education and Research, and its currently in its 13th edition.Every year , students come up and organize many exciting technical and non-technical events.
As on date it is fully developed and provides accommodation for College building, office, classrooms, drawing halls, laboratories, workshops etc. Building with built up area of 32,199 Sq.m. is one of the largest buildings in the City. All laboratories, classrooms etc are designed as per the needs of the students. The institution has a good collection of reference books and textbooks, periodicals and journals.
The institute is approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and Government of Maharashtra, and is permanently affiliated to University of Pune. The institute is adjudged as Grade 'A' by Government of Maharashtra. NBA-AICTE, New Delhi has reaccredited Five Courses. The Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of the institute is a blend of senior experienced and young dynamic faculty members devoted to the noble cause of education. Many of our students were the toppers in the university examinations and are great demand from Multinational Companiesin India and Abroad.
The Department of Computer Engineering at the K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik was established in the year 1984. Since then, especially in the last fifteen years of the IT revolution, the department has taken long strides and is now among one of the best departments in the University. The Department has well furnished laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software resources, instruction halls, a seminar hall and tutorial and faculty rooms. The Department has a blend of experienced and young faculty members who also work as mentors to the equally diligent, hardworking and intelligent students.
The student branch of CSI was established in the year 1995-96 and is one of the most vibrant student branches in Maharashtra & Goa. The branch secured “Best Student Branch” award seven times. Prof. A. V. Kolapkar is working as the student branch Coordinator and has also received “Best Student branch Coordinator” award. The student branch conducts various activities such as Quiz, Essay Competitions, seminars and workshops. More than 500 students are members of the society with faculty get access to CSI Communications and CSI Journal. Students and Faculty members are provided with financial assistance for research work. Prof. Dr. S S Sane has worked as Regional Student Coordinator. He is currently working as regional Vice President for Maharashtra & Goa.
Debuggers’ Club is one of the most prestigious club present in K. K. Wagh College of Engineering Education and Research, Nashik by Department of Computer Engineering. It was formed in the year 1988 by Dr. V. D Barve(Principal), Prof. M. A. Shukhla (Head, Dept of Computer Engg.), Prof. Dr. S. S. Sane and Mr. Kuruvilla Mathus(Student Co-ordinator) together to provide students a platform to showcase their talents. It was one of the first club formed in the college and has been conducting successful technical as well as non technical events ever since.The main motto of this club which makes it different from other clubs is “Run by the students, for the students, from the students, of the students”. Debuggers’ club Organizes seminars, workshops, guest lectures, day’s celebrations, industrial visit, parents meet, alumni meet, certification courses, spoken tutorials with aim of increasing awareness of new technologies amongst students. “Equinox” is the main technical event organized by the Debuggers’ club since 2007 every year which is a “National Level Technical Symposium” it include various Competitions like Web designing, Coding competition, Project competition, Paper Presentation, Poster competition, workshops etc are some of the major attractions of the participants.