|Savitribai Phule Pune University||All Models Are False, Some Are Useful|
|Title||Master of Technology (M.Tech.) Programme in Modeling and Simulation 2016|
Core Curriculum Team and Contributors
Centre for Modeling and Simulation, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune 411 007 India
The Master of Technology (M.Tech.) Programme in Modeling and Simulation, designed by a core group
of people associated with the Centre for Modeling and Simulation, Savitribai Phule Pune University
(formerly University of Pune), was approved by the University in 2007, and came into existence in the
academic year 2008-09. Based on the collective and individual experience gained since then, the present
document outlines a proposed revision of this programme.
This revision of the programme will come into effect from the 2016-17 batch. This document supercedes all previous revisions of the programme.
|Keywords||Higher education, curriculum development, pedagogy/didactics, multidisciplinary academic programme, modeling and simulation|
|Citing This Document||Core Curriculum Team and Contributors , Master of Technology (M.Tech.) Programme in Modeling and Simulation 2016 . Public Document CMS-PD-20160121 of the Centre for Modeling and Simulation, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune 411007, India (2016); available at http://cms.unipune.ac.in/reports/.|
|Notes, Published Reference, Etc.||
Credits and Acknowledgements
Core Curriculum Team: Abhijat Vichare, Bhalchandra Pujari, Charulata Patil, Bhalchandra Gore, Sukratu Barve, Mihir Arjunwadkar
Contributors: Abhijat Vichare, Vaishali Shah, Bhalchandra Pujari, Padma Pingale, Charulata Patil, Abhay Parvate, V. K. Jayaraman, Bhalchandra Gore, Sukratu Barve, Ashutosh Ashutosh, Mihir Arjunwadkar
Writing, Collation, Editing: Mihir Arjunwadkar
Discussions and Advice: Professors Somnath Nandi, Lalitkumar Kshirsagar, Neeta Kankane, M. Y. Gokhale, Datta Dandage, Smita Bedekar
Organizational Support: Professors Anjali Kshirsagar and Aditya Abhyankar
Administrative Support: Jagruti Sondkar
The utility of modeling and simulation as a methodology is extensive, and the community that uses it, academic or otherwise, is diverse. We would appreciate your feedback and suggestions on any aspect of this programme. Feedback can be sent to the contact address below.
The revised programme was approved by the University in May 2016. The document available here incorporates a minor correction (found after approval) in the course sequencing/scheduling of the first two semesters.
|Contact||office AT cms.unipune.ac.in|