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Computer Science & Engineering

Abstract Project Details

Group No
Description

1
Title

“Investigating sentiment analysis using clustering and NLP tool.”

Projectees
  1. Akash Deshmukh
  2. Deep Khode
  3. Chetan Bhadke
  4. Tushank Bangalkar
  5. Sandesh Tapre
Guide

Prof. Ashwini Yerlekar

Abstract

Twitter is a social media platform is a great place where people from all parts of the world can make their opinions heard. Twitter produces around 500 million of tweets daily which amounts to about 8TB of data. The data generated in twitter can be very useful if analyzed as we can extract important information via opinion mining. Opinions about any news or launch of a product or a certain kind of trend can be observed well in twitter data.
The main aim of sentiment analysis (or opinion mining) is to discover emotion, opinion, subjectivity and attitude from a natural text. In twitter sentiment analysis, we categorize tweets into positive and negative sentiment. Clustering is a protean procedure in which identically resembled objects are grouped together and form a pack or cluster. We conducted a study and found out that the use of clustering can quickly and efficiently distinguish tweets on the basis of their sentiment scores and can find weekly and strongly positive or negative tweets when clustered with results of different dictionaries. This project implements the approach of clustering with respect to sentiment analysis and presents a way to find relationships between the tweets on the basis of polarity and subjectivity.


Group No
Description
2
Title

Smart Sowing Machine

Projectees

1. Akash Bhandari
2. Abhinay Indurkar
3. Pushpak Gote
4. Abhishek Nagre
5. Vaibhav Thakre
6. Tushar Navghare

Guide

Prof. Hemant Turkar [C.S.E.]
Dr. N. G. Narule [E.T.C]

Abstract

The aim of the project is to reduce the man power, time and increase the productivity rate. The entire basic automation robot works like weeding, harvesting and so on. In current generation most of the countries do not have sufficient human factor in agricultural sector and it affects the growth of developing countries so it’s time to automate the sector to overcome this problem. In India, there are 70% people dependent on agriculture. So we need to study the agriculture. Innovative idea of our project is to automate the process of sowing crops such as groundnut, sunflower, and baby corn and so on. The farming system like ploughing, cultivating, weeding, harvesting, etc. is the different process. All the processes are advance to modifying the mechanism in farming which works automatically without the man power requirement. The small machine would be assembled from existing mass produced components without the need of specialized design and tooling. Also energy require to this machine is less as compared with tractors or any agricultural instrument.
With the help of raspberry pi camera, the detection of several types of diseases on plants can be detected also it can also be used for surveillance and security purposes which will be useful for farmers with low income.


Group No
Description
3
Title

Intrusion detection using ELM

Projectees
  1. Khushbu Updhayay
  2. Kshitij khaparde
  3. Shubham Bhoskar
  4. Lokesh Shastrakar
Guide

Prof. Neha Titarmare

Abstract

Computer network security is an active and diverse research topic. Networks of all sizes are targets of attackers who seek disrupt and disable network traffic. Intrusion detection system (IDS) monitors network traffic for suspicious activity, which could harm the network or users in network in any way. These attacks follow some predefined rules and behaviors. We can use this predefined patters data and use the Extreme learning machine techniques to train a model which will run the along with IDS to detect the suspicious network traffic in the network and prevent networks from external threats.


Group No.
Description

4
Title

Performance Evaluation of AES, RSA and RC4 Algorithms using Steganography.

Projectees

1.Anushri Deotale
2. Kashmira Takey
3.Mayuri Tembhar
4.Nilam Bhongade

Guide

Prof. Abhijit Pande

Abstract

With the progression of digital data exchange in electronic way, information security is becoming more essential in data storage and transmission. Encryption algorithms play a major role in the information security systems. The main objective of the use of encryption algorithms is to protect data and information in order to achieve privacy.
Today almost all digital services like internet communication, medical and military systems requires reliable security in storage and transmission of data. Security has become one of the most important factor in communication and information technology. For this steganography is used. Steganography hides secret or sensitive information into digital media like images so as to have secure communication.
This project provides the evaluation of encryption algorithms like AES, RSA and RCC4 using Steganography. Such encryption technique helps to avoid intrusion attacks. A comparison will be conducted for these encryption algorithms and the best algorithm in terms of speed and security will be found.


Group No
Description

5
Title

€-katrit: An Android Based Integrated Donation App for NGOs

Projectees

1.Satyata Gotekar
2. Geeta Kale
3. Monali Dupare
4.Shweta Dongre

Guide

Prof. Geeta Tripathi

Abstract

Serving for the general public through specialized and programming aptitude. Our application comprises of use of left over stuff or item which can be used by poor one. We will incorporate private individuals, hospital, education foundations, eatery and so on which can help individuals like halfway house home, seniority home, and society help required individuals by their left over stuff. Everybody who needs to give anything need to transfer points of interest on site. According to subtle elements we will send vehicle to get stack and send it to penniless individuals. Consequently individual will help for advancement of society.


Group No
Description
6
Title

Securing data in cloud by using bio-metric Authentication

Projectees

1.Nihar Dhoble
2.Shivam Singh
3.Shubham Kewat
4. Snehal Patil

Guide

Prof. Kalyani Pendke

Abstract

In our proposed system biometric of users are used as a security measure. The users will register on a platform using their fingerprints as password and then login by using fingerprints. And if the user wants to upload data, biometric authentication is a must. Here the users can also check whether the data is safe or not by using third party auditing. Also if data is lost or gets corrupted it can be recovered used backed up hash in proxy.
In existing systems stores their data on cloud. They require the text password to register and login. The keys stored in the database will can be accessed by someone and used to access the data on cloud. In this system security is less.


Group No
Description
7
Title

IP Spoofing and Security

Projectees

1. Deepaksha Dongre
2.Hitanshu Bagde
3.Pooja Sadashiv
4.Satyam Nagpure

Guide

Prof. Ravi Asati

Abstract

Here we consider an everyday problem where the Hacker (attacker) makes use of the forged source IP addresses to launch attacks on the internet.

A hacker (attacker) can modify the source address of attacking traffic to address assigned to others or even unassigned to hide its actual location, or circumvent access control rules on source, or utilize the flaw of the victim system, or gain the capability of launching reflection-based attack.

Ip spoofing is an exploitation of trust-based relationship and can be curbed effectively if proper measures are used. Understanding how and why spoofing attacks are used, combined with a few simple prevention methods, can help protect networks form these malicious cloaking and cracking techniques

Therefore, we provide software which detects those IP addresses and will notify the user about the forged IP address which is creating this content subsequently and will notify the user about it.


Group No
Description
8
Title

An Approach For Load Balancing In Online Test

Projectees

1. Abhishek Aphale
2. Ankita Watkar
3. Ashlesha Wath
4. Diksha Ninave
5. Tushar Likhar

Guide

Prof. Shraddha Karale

Abstract

An Online Examination System is a web based examination or e-examination conducted through the internet or intranet. This system can be used to organize examination of candidates without use of paper where evaluation is fully automated that not only saves time but also give fast results. Online examinations can be conducted at any time and does not incur higher cost as traditional exam scenario as there is no paper work involved. To improve Online Examination process, load balancing technique is proposed which uses multiple servers to balance load between multiple servers. This system is full automated with Low cost, minimum effort, reliable and accurate, saving lots of time, instant result after examination, and eliminates use of paper.


Group No
Description

9
Title

Automated E-Challan System

Projectees

1. Shubham Kukde
2. Sakshi Lokhande
3. Santosh Mishra
4. Pranoti Mahalle

Guide

Prof. Kiran Likhar

Abstract

The main idea is to document an E-challan which contains overall information of the vehicle and to introduce a system which helps R.T.O officer’s to identify the owner of the vehicle and take fine easily from them. Breaking traffic rules on road is a major issue now a days. Due to large population and traffic congestion it is difficult to identify which vehicle has broken traffic rules. To monitor culprit vehicle manually is very difficult. Therefore, there is need to monitor these vehicles automatically. Here we propose a system where the officer will click picture of the culprit, this picture will be forwarded to the server and the characters of the culprit’s number plate will be extracted, characters will be then searched in the R.T.O database. The details found in the database helps in further action of producing the E-challan and sending it to the vehicle owner. It reduces the time in writing.
The existing system is tedious and time consuming, it requires stopping the vehicle, collecting the owner information, checking his license and collecting Fine, giving the acknowledgment and then allowing the vehicle to pass by. The Challan System for vehicle verification is a new system which is designed to enhance the convenience for officers and vehicle owners. It saves lots of time.


Group No
Description
10
Title

IoT Based Patient Health Monitoring System Using Wireless Sensors

Projectees
  1. Ashwini Thakre
  2. Mayuri Gaikwad
  3. Samruddhi Patil
  4. Vaishnavi Deshpande
Guide

Pr Prof. Parvani Dhote

Abstract

Adequate health care services and doctors are often unavailable in rural and remote areas and this problem is expected to grow worse in near future.”IoT Based Patient Health Monitoring System Using Wireless Sensors” objective is to provide essential medical services online to users irrespective of their location. The system also offers mobile support to facilitate faster using sophisticated medical equipments in emergency cases. The daily records are also maintained so that drugs are dispatched in a proper way. The proposed health monitoring system consists of four modules: 1) Doctor module, 2) Patient module, 3) Nurse module and 4) Client module. For the successful execution of the modules sensors are being used. The sensors used are namely Heartbeat sensor, Temperature sensor and Blood Pressure sensor. This system will work on basically three algorithms namely KNN algorithm, semantic matching algorithm and data distribution algorithm. This system helps to overcome time and memory required to a great extent. The sensors used in the system are developed using low-power dedicated sensor arrays for temperature and movement. It also resolves the issue of inaccurate results.


Group No
Description

11
Title

Blind’Mate- A navigation system for blind people

Projectees

1. Dimpal Mohod
2. Pranalee Meshram
3. Sagarika Bhelkar
4. Shalaka Padhye
5. Srushti Kotangale

Guide

Prof. Rupali Burde

Abstract

Blind’sMate- A navigation system for blind people. Visually impaired people find difficulties detecting obstacles in front of them, during walking on the streets, which makes it dangerous. The proposed project aims at improving the walking experience for blind people by not only providing a means to detect obstacles but also navigating their way on street. Blind’sMate is a combination of an android app and a smart stick. The smart stick comes as a proposed solution to enable them to identify the world around. This stick is embedded with ultrasonic sensor to detect any obstacles in front of the user. Along with the ultrasonic sensors, the stick consists of Arduino Uno and ESP8266 wifi module. This wifi module can we used to connect to the app downloaded on the blind person’s phone. The user is expected to speak his desired destination to the app and the app navigates the user accordingly. The app gives live feed to the user continuously via earphones. Speech warning messages are activated when any obstacle is detected or when the user is going in the wrong direction. The proposed stick is of low cost, fast response, low power consumption, light weight and an effective means to help blind people finding their way on streets with ease.

Keywords: impaired, navigating, ultrasonic sensor, Arduino Uno, ESP8266 wifi module,


Group No
Description

12
Title

“Training and Placement Management System”

Projectees

1. Amruta Aamte
2. Madhura Purohit
3.Priyanka Onkar
4. Sanket Nandanwar
5. Vaishnavi Ganeshe

Guide

Prof. Ashish Golghate

Abstract

The project will be designed to facilitate faculty in college to view student profile and the status of a particular student such as placed, unplaced students. It will also contain a record of the student’s CGPA and help to identify whether that person meets the eligibility criteria of the companies that come for recruiting students. The users can easily access data in no time. In the student registration form personal details and qualification can be collected.User friendly operations can be performed which help in removing ambiguity. The application will be beneficial in saving a lot of time.


Group No
Description
13
Title

Student Attendance Using Face Recognition

Projectees

Aishwarya Dhole, Nidhee Patre, Sahil Kakde, Pranay Wandhe, Pankaj Borkar.

Guide

Prof. Nirmal Mungale

Abstract

Student Attendance Using Face Recognition is a system which will provide an automated attendance system that is practical, reliable and eliminates disturbance and time loss in
traditional attendance systems. The system will be a android based system in which the attendance will be marked by just a single click. Initially, the database of all the students will be created and later when the picture will be clicked it will be cross-checked with the database and the attendance will be marked.


Group No.
Description
14
Title

ONLINE COMPILER

Projectees

1. Aniruddha Ikhar
2. Kartik Krishnan
3. Rishabh Singh
4. Rohan Bhomia
5. Tejas Wasmatkar.

Guide

Prof. R. K. Nasare

Abstract

An online compiler is a cloud-based compiler which can be used to write, compile and debug programs online. This compiler can be used to compile programs of various languages at the same platform. Using this cloud compiler, we can reduce the storage space and movability. It also helps to save the time and cost. This compiler will provide online compiler service i.e. SaaS (Software as a Service). With the help of this, installation of separate compiler on each machine is avoided. Once we setup this application in cloud, we can access the compiler from the web. We can also obtain common errors and get an analysis of time complexity of different compilers. In addition, a web-based application can be used remotely via a network connection that is platform independent. The errors/output of the compiled program can be stored/displayed in an easy manner.


Group No
Description
15
Title Krushi Mitra: Cognitive IoT based smart agriculture system.
Projectees

1. Hardik Shah
2. Hrishikesh Mohite
3. Utkarsh Parchand
4. Pruthviraj Kanoje

Guide

Prof. Rashmi Jain

Abstract

Understanding the current agricultural scenario in which most of the field work is dominated by manual labour and traditional techniques being employed, a necessary upgrade to the existing system could be using the concept of Cognitive IoT. The use of these techniques through sensors which extract real time data from the field to compare with the pre-defined benchmark data, predict the suitability of crops and also utilize resources in a sustainable way. The Moisture, Temperature, Nitrate, pH and Dissolved oxygen sensor serve as the parameters across which the soil analysis is carried out. Two datasets, one serving as the global pre-defined benchmark and the other created by real time data extraction across the mentioned parameters when compared, would predict an accurate measure of suitability for a particular crop. Upon the upload of these datasets on a database, Firebase, a historical record of the data is generated. This record would allow the system to respond to a particular situation based on its relevant response as justified by the database.
Therefore, this facility would provide a means for learning in the system, hence making agriculture a smart process.


Group No
Description
16
Title

Scheduling approach with home appliances

Projectees

1. Ankit Hepat.
2. Mayank Waghmare
3. Pooja Deo
4. Dimple Dhok
5. Roshni Rao

Guide

Prof. Chandu Vaidya

Abstract

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a computing concept that describes the idea of everyday physical objects being connected to the internet and being able to identify themselves to other devices.
The IoT is significant because an object that can represent itself digitally becomes something greater than the object by itself. No only objects relat its user, but also connects to surrounding objects and database data. When many objects act on unison it refers to the capability of all the electronic devices to communicate with each other, which are connected to a centralized system server and all the mechanism to control the appliances is carried out at the centralized system. This main objective behind our work is to provide a centralized system from which a user can control and manage home electrical devices such as lamps, appliances, cameras or sensors. To provide these functionalities the system include centralized server, and an administration web application. The system allows the user to control the devices directly by sending commands to them, e.g. turn on a lamp. The system also offers the user the ability to create automatic behaviors for the devices. These behaviors can be either schedules or rules. Schedules run automatically every certain time, e.g. every day at 11 PM, while rules run when a series of conditions are met. These conditions can be either time or device status, including sensor readings. The centralized server connects the electric devices to the PC, and offers an interface over the Internet via Web Services. This Web Services is used both by the web application to manage the system remotely.