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Abstract/Project Details


Session 2016-17

Group No. CSE-01

Title

"WEB BASED SOLUTION FOR SOIL TESTING & FERTILIZER RECOMMENDATION"

Name of Projectees

Rajeshwari A. Khubchandani, Harshal S. Nimkar, Priya S.
Thakur, Shruti D. Misal.

Name of Guide

Prof. A. V. Saurkar

Abstract

India is an agricultural country in which most of the people involved with farming profession. The farmers use different methods for getting more profit but many of them don't know their soil properties and can't understand the exact requirements of fertilizers. To overcome this problem we are designing web based solution in concern with soil testing and fertilizer recommendation which helps the farmer for increasing crop production.
First step for soil testing include collection of the soil samples from different part of the farm by farmer. The goal of soil testing is to provide information about nutrient deficiency and availability for plant uptake. After soil testing on the basis of some parameters (such as potash, zinc, manganese, iron, nitrogen, phosphorous, carbon, etc), soil details will be stored in database. When the farmer submits soil sample for testing, farmer will get a receipt which shows auto generated unique identification soil testing code. By using this unique code the farmer will be identified with his land throughout the project.
The database consists of Farmer details, land details and soil properties separately for individual farmer. After completing both processes that is testing and storing details, the report will be generated which tells information about Farmer as well as which contents are present and how much quantity of it present in a soil. According to testing result, proper fertilizers are recommended to increase the growing capacity of soil. System will also provide the heat-map which shows the soil fertility of lands by using world map. This system helps to improve productivity of crop by getting quick result of soil quality and recommending proper fertilizer.

 

Group No. CSE-02

Title

Malnutrition Monitoring

Name of Projectee

Nikita S. Mankar, Pranali S. Naik, Janhavi J. Patankar,
Anilkumar, Shubham Chawde

Name of Guide

Prof. R. A. Sinhal

Abstract

Malnutrition in children is a major obstruction in progress of a nation. In our country about 60% children are suffering from malnutrition. Malnutrition or malnourishment is a condition that results from having a diet in which nutrients are either not enough or are too much such that the diet causes health problem. Child growth malnutrition monitoring is an important problem which is faced globally as well as in India. It has been one factor directly or indirectly contributing 55% mortality of children under 5 years of age. According to a recent study child malnutrition continues to be a serious health problem. This research is carried out with the purpose of reducing the prevalence of child malnutrition with the analysis of the children less than five years of age.
We provide a smart solution to monitor growth of children in order to check if the child is malnourished or not. Our project is to make an application for Zilla Parishad to replace a manual work and for faster execution of the process. We are collecting the data from different Anganwadi Centers. Here we are differentiating the children into three categories based on their current weight and age. The data entered will be organized and analysis will be done to differentiate between malnutrition, fit and obese children and take respective action. The analysis will be directed to the website of Zilla Parishad and providing a statistical analysis of the data. It will reduce documentation work and provide efficient analysis on the data obtained. All the children which are malnourished, fit or obese can be differentiated easily and list will be available on a Zilla Parishad website.

Keywords-Malnutrition, Monitoring, Mortality, Anganwadi, Statistical Analysis, Documentation.



Group No. CSE-03

Title

Bus Depot –Warehouse maintenance and Duty allocation

Name of Projectee

Ankita M. Pohane, Akansha S. Solanki, Khushbu A. Kalmegh, Sahil A. Talwekar

Name of Guide

Prof. S.U.Balvir

Abstract

In Bus Depot-Warehouse and Duty Allocation application, we are going to develop five modules. The first module is Login, which allows user to enter into application. Second module is Warehouse Maintenance in which the detail of parts of buses will be maintained. Third module is Duty Allocation in which duty of bus driver will be allotted automatically. Fourth module is User Management in which Admin will be assigning rights to specific service to Client. Last module is Options in which various options such as profile editing and change password will be mentioned
This application contains Query processing and optimization. In first module, authentication will be provided. In second module, contains Pagination as well as Neighbourhood algorithm. In third module, Jscript feature Ajax is used for duty allocation. In last module Image fetching as well as profile updating is allowed to user.

Keywords
-Pagination, Neighbourhood algorithm, Jscript, Querying processing and optimization.



Group No. CSE-04

Title

Resto Application

Name of Projectee

Pooja N.Upadhyay,Radhika R.Gaddmwar,Kalyani R.Ramteke,
Pooja M.Singh,Supriya S.Vaidya

Name of Guide

Prof. P.V.Bhagat

Abstract

Resto Application is a live project, designed for hotels and restaurants. This application is a hybrid application. A hybrid application is one that combines elements of both native and web application.
Native application are developed for a specific platform and installed on a computing devices .Web application are generalized for multiple platform and not installed locally but made available over the internet through a browser. Android, IOS and windows phone are the devices using these OS, even the devices from small application manufacturers use android O/S.
The dependencies of this application are Android SDK, node.js, java/J2EE, Apache Cordova, ionic framework, Angular JS framework. This hybrid application working on all mobile O/S, using languages JavaScript, HTML 5 and CSS. The application uses AES 256 algorithm. This cipher AES 256 algorithm categorized in suite B using higher than 128 bit keys for encryption .The application describe five modules About,Menu,Address,Catering,FAQ.This application proves to be more efficient than existing application by providing best functionality, user experiences, fastest and most responsive features as well.

Keywords-
Hybrid application, Cordova, Angular JS, Ionic, AES 256 algorithm, Node.js, Android SDK.


Group No. CSE-05

Title

A Proposal to Improve the Security of Mobile
Banking Applications

Name of Projectee

Mayur Waghmare, Akshay Hatwar, Rushali Parimal, Akanksha Hiware, Priya Golekar

Name of Guide

Prof. G. N.Tikhe

Abstract

Mobile Banking is an option which gives user the possibility to perform various banking operations such as account transaction and other basic services available daily in banks through a mobile device such as smartphone or tablet. A key factor of its wider usage is to increase the level of security, which in turn will increase user’s confidence. The security and privacy of sensitive financial data is one of the main concerns in acceptance of these systems all over the world. It is specifically important to secure the transmission of the financial data between the financial institutions’ server and the mobile device used by consumers, as their communications are via unsecured networks such as the Internet. In this project, a trust negotiation approach is proposed to address these security concerns. Trust negotiation is combined with the Transport Layer Security (TLS) as the underlying protocol. This combination of technology aims to maximize the existing security of m-banking applications. It results in significant improvements in security compared to the traditional identity-based only access control techniques. The proposed approach is implemented as a mobile application. It demonstrates that the developed application is easy to use and deploy in typical mobile environments.

Keywords - Security, Mobile Computing, Mobile Banking, Ubiquitous Access


Group No. CSE-06

Title

E-Invoicing Inventory System

Name of Projectee

Amruta Shende , Ankita Dharamthok , Dhanashri Wankhede,
Sakshi Dhopte , Shivani Choudhari

Name of Guide

Prof. K. S. Satpute

ABSTRACT:
In digitalization process each and every requirement converted into automated system. To help the digital India vision our application is one of the steps, to design automated inventory system, this requirement of small hardware shop. The purposes of design this application is to store availability of data /information regarding goods or products in centralizes storage and generates the automated invoice and stock information.
In existing system the maintenance of product information for long time is very complicated process and it consume more time.Also it do not alert the quantity level of products when the stock of products comes to the bottom level . Due to the centralize database it is easy to maintain the level of stock and alert to the shop owner when the stock is low, it also generate the automated invoice for purchase of goods so the level of stock is automatically recorded. In this application the automatically send stock requirement to buyer through email this feature help to maintain the availability of product in shop.

Keywords:-. Digital, Database, Inventory, Automated.



Group No. CSE-07

Title

Management Information System for Rural & Urban Areas

Name of Projectee

Kartik Ubhad, Prasad Atkar, Shubham Soitkar, Vivek Surkar.

Name of Guide

Prof. R. M. Shete

Abstract

The Management Information System for Rural & Urban Area helps the rural and urban entrepreneur to setup new organization and business. The architecture must include aspects such as: basic purpose of MIS, mechanisms for collection of data, monitoring and corrective and feedback mechanisms etc. It will guide where to locate a unit, what type of information is available, sources of finance, directory of products etc. This portal will be two way interactive approach where it provides detailed district-level information not available elsewhere. This is exploited for developing the artisans' network. The MIS being envisaged for this sector would greatly benefit from the inclusion of qualitative, human data within its scope It Demonstrate rural-urban community linkages over time and space. This portal collects and processes data (information) and extraction of query from database. The portal is designed by using HTML, CSS, PHP as frontend & backend is done by My SQL.

Keywords-Query Processing, Portal, Two way interactive, Monitoring.


Group No. CSE-09

Title

“DOCTOR’s KEY” (Maintain clinic record and patient details)

Name of Projectee

Shubham Katole , Purvantika Dagwar, Prajakta Tadas, Vedprakash Chopade

Name of Guide

Prof. P.V. Bhagat

Abstract

Hospitals and clinic deals with the health of their patients. Medical personnel may not offer the best treatment without accurate, comprehensive up-to-date and accessible patient case notes. This system provides features like collecting, storing and maintaining all records of their patients and hence also proves to be more comprehensive, integrated information system, designed to manage the administrative, financial and clinical aspects of the hospital.
The main objective of this project is to reduce the record handling efforts, easy to retrieving patient history and reduce the time consumption. By using this system unneeded records can transferred or destroyed regularly and keeping storage areas clear and accessible. This system too helps in finding key records quickly by using patient_ID. Records also provide evidence of the hospital’s accountability for its actions and they form a key source of data for medical research, statistical reports and health information systems.
This project deals with various term like Registration, History, Appointment, Billing, Certificate and Medicine stock and store the overall patients information as well as clinical records.



Group No. CSE-11

Title

IVR Communication System

Name of Projectee

Komal Adwani, Krishna Jethwa, Ashwini Shende, Chetna Pusdekar, Omkar Wandile

Name of Guide

Prof. V. V. Bhujade

Abstract

 The main theme of this project is to define the relationship between the number of calls made in an Asterisk server and use of the processor in this server as the processor is one of the major hardware resources. The concept is based on IP PBX. An IP PBX is a complete telephony system that provides telephone calls over IP data networks. The Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized single-board computer that does not include a built-in hard disk or solid-state drive, but it uses an SD card for booting and persistent storage which is used for mounting Asterisk code.
With the construction of 3G network, value-added services will usher in a new development height for mobile operators. The IVR (Interactive Voice Response) business is one of the great market potential business forms. It becomes particularly important to create a good IVR business market. However, this depends on whether the operator could provide well-qualified quality control system and automatic dial-test mechanism for service providers. Therefore, in consideration of the dial-test difficulties caused by IVR service flow complexity in current IVR systems and based on workflow engine implementing flow operations. This paper analyzed and discussed the IVR work process design, as well as the main configuration files of Os-Workflow, then put forward a visual process-designer idea. And finally the IVR automatic dial-test System is designed.

Keywords : Os-Workflow Engine; Work Process; IVR; Dial-test System


Group No. CSE-12

Title

City Livelihood Centre

Name of Projectee

Shraddha R. Waghmare,Sonika C. Harjani,Monika Kachamvar,Snehal Hande

Name of Guide

Prof. J. R. Yadav

Abstract

 CLC aims to reduce poverty and vulnerability of the urban poor households and unemployed people by enabling them to access gainful self-employment and skilled wage employment opportunities, resulting in an appreciable improvement in their livelihoods on a sustainable basis, through building strong grassroots level institutions of the poor. In addition, the mission would also address livelihood concerns by facilitating access to suitable spaces, institutional credit, social security and skills to the urban poor for accessing emerging market opportunities.

City Livelihood Centre (CLC), where the urban poor can offer their goods and services in an organised manner to potential buyers and where they can access business and information support services. Provision of opportunities for the employment of men and women in various trades and related jobs for labour class and urban poor matching their skills (List of Services is enclosed).
CLC would bridge the gap between demand and supply of the goods and service provided to urban poor. This will support the development of urban poor. CLC will provide support for marketing of goods and services of the urban poor registered with C.L.C. by providing marketing/sales outlets for products manufactured.

Keywords - Data Warehousing, Querying processing and optimization ,livelihood.


Group No. CSE -13

TITLE

Emotion Determination Based on Opinion Mining

Name of Projectee

Samrudhi Bhasme (G L), Madhulika Tarnekar, Prashil Kambale,
Shubham Waghale

Name of Guide

Prof. G. N. Tikhe

Abstract

Now a day, the online communication is increase due to the rapid growth of the World Wide Web. E-commerce has been a major shift in today’s world. A customer who wish to purchase a product or if customer is interested to know about the product, reviews provided by the web analysts. The use of social networking sites is one of the approaches for putting views of user.
Opinion mining is called as sentiment analysis which involves in building a system to gather and examine opinions about the product made in reviews or tweets, comments, blog posts on the web. Reviews are very critical to make decisions which would likely to have a great impact among customers as well as the marketers. It is important that the user who posts reviews must be trust worthy and should be valid. Much of the current work in this area of emotion determination from text has typically focused on detecting the polarity of sentiment (positive/ negative/ neutral). This project presents a novel approach for emotion estimation from the text entered by user on social networking sites with direct word or indirect emotions like emoji or smiley faces. The work proposed in this project uses affective words and sentence context analysis methods for emotion determination. Also for helping the users to effectively express their emotion.

Keywords- Sentiment analysis, Opinion mining, Affective Words, Emotion determination.


Group No. CSE-14

Title

e-School -Android Application

Name of Projectee

Abhilasha D. Awachat, Kavita P. Ashtankar, Samena G. Shambharkar, Suchita L. Raut, Urvashi A. Kohpare

Name of Guide

Prof. K. S. Satpute

Abstract

Over the last decades, the process of manual attendance has been carried out in schools, colleges and institutions. Monitoring and maintenance of the attendance using traditional approach is really a hectic process, because the use of pen and paper. The problem with this approach is that it requires lots of paper work which are the part of our non-renewable natural resources.
In the digitalization era where we have to think about sustainable development. Our aim to develop the android application (e-school) which provides an alternate way. E-school application records the attendance using android mobile phone, maintain the attendance in centralized storage for easy and proper evaluation of attendance. Application also provide services like store and generating result, maintaining the fees structure and all the information regarding ward is send to the parent by the SMS to receive the academic performance of their ward of regularity on daily or monthly basis. This application helps to minimize the time duration required for the communication between parents and teachers or management.

Keywords - Android, Attendance, Database, Monitoring, SMS



Group No. CSE-15

Title

Task management and monitoring system

Name of Projectee

Pranay wankar,Nikhil muthal,Anurag odepelli,Amol chafle

Name of Guide

Prof. R.Bambodkar

Abstract

Management and monitoring system is a web based software which can be used to assign the task to the employees. It is an open source system. Currently each company have to design their dashboard separately which may not be affordable by small scale companies. Every time team meeting have to arrange, sometimes it may not be possible .Aim of this system is to communicate with members at anytime and collaboration between one employee to another without wasting time . Using this system there will be no need not to contact every individual. This system will help to monitor the current status of task . This system will allow to create a workspace so that group members can discuss about their task or project , they can comment ,suggest ,add notes, attach documents etc. team leader or HR will get updates of every login, tasks, work done , performance, He can update the task.
Depending upon the current situation, current status will be updated in the form of graphs . Small scale companies or agents can use this system . Every companies don’t need to design their separate system .one can register and can start work on this system. Company data and information will be highly secured even at the server side , information will be kept confidential.

Keyword - Task assigning, monitoring ,progress report,statistical progess view,etc.

 

 
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