Experience an impeccable blend of lush green and well-planned modern educational environment, conducive for learning far from the urban crowd on a sprawling 10 acres of land. The place has lots of greenery and sense of a quiet mystique and unique atmosphere. The view of the hills keeps the ISB&M atmosphere refreshing.
The campus is 12 km from Pune University and the unpolluted breeze flows fresh rejuvenating for the entire day. Scenic beauty and cleanness presents itself throughout the year. ISB&M is surrounded by abundant flora, fauna and other species of wild flowers and natural environment.
Rainy season has its own charm and the entire area gives a picturesque look.Nature’s beauty is at its best here in clean and refreshing environment. A simple walk in the area, relieves you of mental stress.
The nearest town area is Pashan (4.5 kms), which has all the facilities retail market, medical shops, hospital, stationery, hotels etc.The ISB&M School of Technology has proximity to the Hinjewadi IT Park and MIDC. The industrial areas of Pimpri Chinchwad and Pirangut are within easy distance too.
Ph.D.,IIT Kharagpur, Post-doctoral (Germany & Denmark) M.E. (Gold Medalist), Former Dean (Academics), XLRI Jamshedpur; Ex-Professor at S.P. Jain Inst. of Management & Research. Was awarded the “Best Teacher Award” by Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) in 1999. Worked with Tata Motors, Maruti Udyog, IRSO and Braithwaite & Co., A corporate consultant.
A warm welcome to ISB&M College of Commerce.
Our mission embodies dynamism because we understand that flexibility and responsiveness are the two most critical skills required to lead upfront in the midst of uncertainties. The institute has its own culture of inclusiveness, diversity, personal and intellectual integrity and value based education that allow a collaborative spirit between faculty, students, corporate partners and industry professionals. We realize the need to keep us contemporary to the changes constantly happening around us. The delivery of curriculum is of high standard and the learning methodology encourages students to undertake greater initiatives. In addition to giving them conventional inputs, we try to develop the mind set and the attitudes that are required today. Through our value based education, we strive to make our students responsive to societal issues. The institute possesses a vibrant and talented student community where students are actively involved and managing various events.
All these efforts are accomplished with the help of a highly qualified and dedicated team of faculty. We are confident that the students will do their best with their diligence and institutional activities.
Wishing you the best at ISB&M!
The ISB&M institutes of the Peoples Empowerment group are solidly committed to providing a world class educational environment. That we are surely succeeding in our mission, is borne out by the excellent feedback that we are getting from the industry in terms of high placement records and the achievements logged by the ISB&M alumni not only in India, but also globally.
What makes an institute world class? Solid education, academics that is responsive to change, intellectual courage and socio-cultural relevance are the qualities to strive for in the run up to becoming top class. These are the very same attributes that we at ISB&M encourage and follow.
As the world economic focus shifts to Asia, Indian youth have an unprecedented opportunity before them. To make sure that these opportunities are effectively used, we feel that the need for producing inherently self-confident alumni is greater than ever before. We sincerely believe that our operating philosophy is aligned to this need. It will ensure that our students graduate into capable engineers with a sense of responsibility, professionalism, intellectual agility and a global outlook.
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|Ms. Pooja Gupta||Asst. Professor||ME(Electrical)||firstname.lastname@example.org||1|
|Mr. Nishant Kumar Jha||Lecturer||ME(Pursuing)||email@example.com||0.6|
|Miss. Padmane Madhuri||Asst. Professor||M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org||1.5|
|Mr. Mahadik Bapusaheb D.||HOD & Assistant Professor||MEemail@example.com||3.5|
|Mr. Syed Zulfequar Ali||Asst. Professor||MEfirstname.lastname@example.org||4.5|
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|Mr. Chandrakant S. Khemkar||Asst. Professor||MEemail@example.com||4|
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|Mr. Gaikawad P. S.||Asst. Professor||MEemail@example.com||3|
|Mr. Bhosale V. V.||Asst. Professor||MEfirstname.lastname@example.org||2|
|Mr. Atul Karvande||Asst. Professor||ME||3|
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|Mr. Vinayak Vasant Bhosale||Technical Assistant||DAE(App), B.T.R.I., I.T.I. (MMV)||email@example.com||4|
|Mr. Nitin Dharmadhikari||Technical Assistant||DMEfirstname.lastname@example.org||8|
|Mrs. Seema Bhardwaj||HOD & Assistant Professor||MEemail@example.com||4|
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At ISB&M SOT, we promote and encourage the interest of the students in developing physical models.
Offers a complete range of services including breakfast, lunch and dinner managed by Students Committee. Our mess canteen/snack services are full fledged with FMCG products, confectionery items, assorted drinks tea/coffee, fast food, fried snacks, mini meals etc.
Classrooms are equipped with remote controlled LCD multimedia projectors, internet networked computers and public address system with collar and cordless microphones.
The institute has membership with British Council Library. There are a large number of industrial data bases. In addition to the physical library, there is digital library which gives access to over 10,000 international journals online.
Medical care is available inside the campus. There are two Medical Officers (including one lady Medical Officer) who look after the health needs of the campus students and residents.
Axis Bank ATM center in available at walking distance.
Computer center is well equipped with UPS Power Back-up, and high-tech Wi-Fi environment, allowing mobile internet accessibility across the campus. Other facilities include Linux mail server, Anti-virus software (Norton, Symantec) and Fire wall protection.
The institute has a Guest House, which is primarily meant for the guests of the institute. Rooms are available for the guests of the Institute, including Alumni and Parents of the students.
Boys and Girls will be provided hostel facility in the campus. Student has to apply for the same at the time of admission.
A big seminar hall is available for hosting conference sessions, presentations and guest lectures. It is also a venue for career development programs and various institute activities.
ISB&M has a fully air conditioned auditorium with the capacity of accommodating more than 700 students, fully acoustic and with state of the art audio & video facilities.
Other facilities include large conference hall, amphitheater, swimming pool and cafeteria. Medical facility is available in the campus to meet medical exigency.
The ISB&M student community is highly active and energetic. Keenly interested in professional, sports and cultural events, their learning experience continues even as they step out of the classroom towards the activity areas.
The SAC constitution aims at "providing the students opportunities for overall personality development with the emphasis on leadership qualities and the spirit of service."
We encourage our students to participate in various social, cultural and sports activities.
The college has its own football and volleyball grounds. Table Tennis, Carrom, Cricket and Swimming facilities are also provided. Our students have participated and won number of prizes at Inter-Collegiate, University, State and National levels. All the sports facilities are well looked after by a sports in-charge Dr. Swapnil Patil.
Specific activities of NSS include Blood Donation, Community Health Care and Literacy Drives, Rural Development Work, Collaboration with Welfare Institutions, Promotion of Human Values in the Society, and Awareness against Social Maladies etc. To organize programs for incoming students who opted for NSS for credit courses. To organize NSS camps and encourage the students to participate in such camps.
At ISB&M SOT, we promote and encourage the interest of the students in developing physical models.
Conferences / Seminars / Distinguished Visitors
Students Welfare cell is for the student's of ISB&M, SOT. This Cell undertakes a large number of activities for the benefit of the students.
Different schemes proposed by Students Welfare Cell like: Karmveer Bhaurao Patil Earn and Learn Scheme, Special Guidance, Personality Development, Nirbhay Kanya Abhiyan, Emergency help to students, Students Safety Insurance and many more recommended by University of Pune.
All students enrolled in the programme are eligible for Campus Recruitment Programme. ISB&M Campus recruitment process is organized by Placement Assistance Cell. ISB&M has maintained a record of 100% summer and final placement since inception. Over 270 companies have participated in Campus Recruitment Programme for Final Placement and Summer Internship.
Saroja Asthana, Ph.D.
Chairperson, Committee for Research and Development
ISB&M School of Technology
The ISB&M School of Technology has a dedicated committee for sponsored research and consultancy under the leadership of Dr. Saroja Asthana, renowned researcher in the field of Environment and Energy studies. She was a contributor to the IPCC which won the Nobel Peace Prize 2007. Our research committee promotes research in Applied Science, Engineering and interdisciplinary areas. We have faculty who have trained and worked at the best of institutes in India and overseas, and are working in diverse areas of technology. They encourage undergraduate research too and this provides exciting opportunities to our students to work on latest technology and meaningful projects.
Communications and Signal Processing research area at ISBM School of Technology is part of the E&TC department. The research activities of this field are focused around mathematical modelling, optimization and simulation of advanced signal processing algorithms for reliable signal transmission and reception in a variety of communication systems. The algorithm development in this area impacts, for example, how we communicate through cellular phones, Wi-Fi networks, the way we build intelligent and self organizing wireless sensor networks for environmental monitoring, battlefield surveillance and healthcare.
Development of Management Information Systems, ERP implementation, Process definition, modelling and process management are key skills that this research area is building up. Gaming, simulation, animation and e-learning systems is another area that is supported on the back of research being carried out in software engineering, software architecture and latest development in web and computing technology.
Research activities in this area centre around new product development strategies, processes and management, developments in manufacturing technology and the development of systems and processes for Product Lifecycle Management. Though the group draws mainly from Mechanical Engineering, it is surely evolving into a multi-disciplinary team involving electronics, computer, manufacturing, mechanical and management experts. R&D expertise is available in Digital Product Development, Simulation, CAD/CAM/CAE and PLM implementation.
This research area focuses on energy conservation, green technologies and smart urban systems. The consulting focus is on water resources and non-conventional energy sources and green technologies for urban systems development and pollution control in process industries.
The field of New Materials and Process Technologies encompasses the broad disciplines of physics, chemistry, biology and engineering by providing a platform for multidisciplinary activities across these fields. This research area effectively provides a bridge between bulk material & atomic or molecular structures. Materials like novel polymeric materials, nanomaterials for photovoltaic applications, and design and synthesis of advanced biomaterials and DNA for the treatment of human diseases are the focus of this field in ISBM School of Technology.
It is a highly inter-disciplinary area bridging the areas of biology, medicine and engineering. The needs of healthcare are rising exponentially with time. Solutions are being sought that could provide more affordable and improved medication to patients, as well as more user friendly and effective tools for the healthcare providers. Faculty have expertise in the design and development of medical devices and equipment, joint and limb prostheses and biochemical synthesis. Capabilities of faculty who have expertise in other research areas are also being harnessed to provide better materials development, communication systems, software solutions and logistics for the biomedical industry.