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Ajinkya Maldikar ajinkya4@hotmail.com +918800189533

Faculty Guide: Asst.Prof. Amit Deshmukh Industry Guide: Mr. Vinayak Thanvi Sponsor: Zikwa Design, Delhi The project was to design a low cost baby carrier for the economically weaker sections of the society. Babywearing has been a prevalent all around the world for centuries but has lost its way in India in the last few decades.

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Course: Product Graphics Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar In the Product Graphics course we were to choose a product and use graphic elements to enhance its aesthetics, functionality and form keeping in mind our target audience. I had to keep in mind the limited cognitive abilities of a baby while developing concepts for the graphics. The bottle should engage the baby such that it becomes more of a toy n thus make it easier for the parent to ensure the baby drinks an adequate amount of milk everyday.

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Apurva Kochargaonkar apurvahk@yahoo.co.in +919860346517

Course: Design for special needs Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Design intervention is required to assist these needs in the best possible manner. In order to contribute in helping people with special needs to live a normal life I decided to give the visually impaired an activity which they are comfortable performing and that helps them live their life with more comfort. Therefore board game was designed for the visually impaired as a part of the project.

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Course: Nature and Form Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant & Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh In this project the major aim was to regard nature as a vast information resource and to gain insights from the same. By understanding the elements of a natural object through its form, function, geometry and environment we developed a two dimensional motif that would best represent the natural object. The final form represents the bulge and the upward curve of an onion. These two aspects are retained as they best describe an onion.

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Arnav Wagh wagh.arnav@gmail.com +919969978181

Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar Industry Guide: Ms. Shailaja Pant Sponsor: Tanishq, Titan Industries Packaging design for ‘Jewels of the crown’, a collection of jewelry inspired by royalty by Zoya. The packaging was designed to enhance presentation of the jewelry, keeping in mind the brand’s luxury position and the royalty inspired theme of the collection. Additionally, the packaging is conceived to be used as a bag by the customer after the primary purpose of packaging is served.

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Course: Green Design Faculty Guide: Prof. Gaurang Shah The global problem of fresh water depletion is one serious concern we have before us today.There is a strong need to explore some ways in which product design could help control the issue. I chose bathing as my focus area as it is one of the most widely performed activities.

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Dhanashri Walimbe dhanawalimbe@gmail.com +919420484350

Course: Nature and Form Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant & Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh To design a baby cradle (Product form) taking inspiration from tender coconut (Nature form) and its physical and emotional attributes. Through the process of understanding and discovering the mysterious qualities of the nature form i.e. tender coconut with attributes like geometry, posture, function, habitat, structure and proportions, etc. essence of form is represented into various 2D and 3D forms.

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Course: Packaging design Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant & Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar To design recyclable and naturefriendly packaging for organic manure for promotion and encouraging use of organic green manure specifically in small/ domestic garden spaces. Through the process in-depth understanding of product, users, ways of use, market scenario, product lifecycle and all other factors; a family of packaging for ‘Exotica-Dynamite’ organic manure brand is designed.

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Heena Trivedi heenatrivedi01@gmail.com +918827331782

Faculty Guide: Prof. Fred Han Industry Guide: Prof. Josh Wright Sponsor : Hongkong Polytechnic University Design a counter top coffee maker by challenging the architype of existing coffee makers for the modern kitchen which responds to intelligent.,economical., sustainable and fashionable consumer needs. A coffee maker that is easy to use and suits the modern kitchen with simple brewing function

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Course: Display and Control Design Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh To devise a display solution for the user, facing problems due to insufficient information while travelling by local buses in pune city user persona study + identifying problem space + task analysis + information architecture = mobile application which provides with an enhanced user experience while using a PMPMLbus .

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Komal Badhe komal.badhe4@gmail.com +919960985474

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Rakesh Maheshwari Sponsor: NIF India, Ahmedabad In March 2012, Hon’ble President of India Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil suggested to develop mobile irrigation system for water scarcity regions where crop is rain fed and farmers have to loose their crop when rain delays during critical stages of crops. So working on that here is developed the final system i.e. ”Self propelled mobile irrigation system” by me,which is economically viable, technically feasible and socially accepted.

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Course: Technically complex product Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Evaporative air cooler where the whole form is functional and the functionality based on the nature of air flow (upper half section), the principle of water pressure theory (lower half section) as well as the capillary theory (water pipe) which makes product more efficient to work on less electricity.

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Mayuri Khare mayurikhare@ymail.com +918149375840

Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Manasi Kanetkar Industry Guide: Mr. Manoj N. Khare Sponsor: M/S Digital Systems, Mumbai The system would be an interface which would enable passengers to enquire about trains and tickets.( Intercity Trains). It is a wall-mounted kiosk at the railway station.

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Course: Packaging design Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant, Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar & Prof. Ranjana Dani Tattva is our way of promoting organic rangoli made from puriest form of rice grains. As a brand, it helps spread tradition of organic rangoli around the world. We hope it treasures the essence of tattva rangoli. Font- Prakarna font customized for Devnagari feel.

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Mitika Kabra mitikakabra@hotmail.com +919321917114

Course: Simple Product Design Faculty Guide: Prof. Gaurang Shah Measure marks on kadhai /cooking vessel used for ‘tadka’ and frying makes user more aware of his oil consumption while preparing food. Especially for those who need to reduce their fat intake. Convenient. Flexible to individual tastes. Reminds the user to try cooking with more appropriate quantity of oil each time in a subtle way.

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Course: Technically Complex Product Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Why SPEND a minimum of 4 litres of water to flush urine of 200- 350 ml? So, separate the way urine and excreta are treated right from our washrooms. Our bodily excretory systems do so too.The WC has two traps of different diameter, the thinner one for flushing away the urine with a few ml of water. To direct the urine to the smaller trap, a pee-seat is attached to the WC. Users should use the pee seat for excreting urine.

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nrghugari@gmail.com +919763214805

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Subodh Morey Sponsor: Desmania Design, Mumbai

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Coming up with a simple, functional, innovative kitchenware to solve utility problems using low technology. 1. Oil Soaking Device 2. Paneer Maker 3. Flexible Sandwich Box

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Course: Technically Complex product Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal There would be two separate outlets for water, one for used water and other for unused wasted clean water. When water is not used by keeping the tap open, that water falls on the outlet which takes water for car washing. The used dirty water goes through other outlet that is connected to the drainage.

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Nilay Bhandari bhandari.nilay@gmail.com +919822144333

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain & Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh Industry Guide: Ms. Vibha Deshpande Sponsor: Self Sponsored To design a board game that a blind kid from class 3rd and 4th can play with his/ her sighted parent to invoke sense of curiosity in the parent about their kid’s academics. This board game thus allows the parent’s participation in the kid’s education beyond the barriers of Braille.

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Course: Packaging design Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant, Prof. RanjanaDani & Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar To design a system of packaging solution for the Indian National Flag (only the khadi ones ie. Those certified by the BIS) such that the package evokes dignity and pride for the flag and everything that it stands for in the buyer and such that the package can be used for disposalonce the flag is old or damaged. “To package India�

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Pooja Lakwal pooja.lakwal@gmail.com +919765413240

Faculty Guide: Prof. Rajan Iyer Industry Guide: Ms. Archana Ganpathy Poonacha Sponsor: Pinkapple design studio To design and develop interior and exterior light installations for Mercara Downs Golf Club in Coorg.

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Course: Interaction design Faculty Guide: Mr. Soumitra Bhatt PWND is a Chess variant to encourage people to learn and play chess. The rules for the chess pieces are the same only cards are introduced to add a little twist to the game. Instead of two there are four opponents. The cards decide all the moves so any strategy followed by the player falls flat. It is intended for people who find chess difficult to learn, time consuming and complex.

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Prasad Gore prasadg505@gmail.com +919096398184

Course: Design for Special needs Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Elderly people and bedridden, who are restricted to bed, whether temporarily or permanently, face challenges during bathing. The aim was to understand the bedridden person’s needs and reduce the efforts of the caregiver during bathing.

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Course: Nature and form Faculty Guide: Prof.Arvind Merchant & Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh To understand the essence of the animal and then covert it into a product. Process followed during the project: -Research -Attribute for the bat -2D form (Motif) -Tessellations -3D form

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Pratik Ranka prats_ranks@hotmail.com +919922967768

Faculty Guide: Prof. Rajan Iyer Industry Guide: Ms. Shilpi Dokania Sponsor: Durian Industries Ltd. The project was to design a modular sectional sofa which is contemporary but also retains the essence of traditionality. The whole sofa from the start to the end was designed by me keeping in mind that the users are from all over India. The sofa is ergonomically fit to make a person feel very comfortable when sitting on it. It supports the back suitiably so as to create no complications while sitting on the sofa.

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Course: Technically Complex Product Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal The project was to design a refrigerator that can ptimaize the space inside the fridge and overcome problems of congestion, cleaning. There is a different shelf for water. 4 two litre bottles can be stored easily other than the 3 water bottles which carry 2 litres of water each.

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Riddhi Avalani ri21990@yahoo.co.in +919049123696

Faculty Guide: Prof. Rajan Iyer Industry Guide: Ms. Reboni Saha Sponsor: Mozaic designs A custom made nut and bolt connects the water from the reservoir to the feeding pipe.The controllers are used to control the flow of water and to see to it that the water flows through all three pipes connected to the reservoir The pipes then lead to clay pots buried inside the soil in which the water accumulates. This water seeps into the soil only when the soil is dry thus giving out an optimum quantity of water.

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Course: Design for Special Needs Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal This simple walking aid will help elderly to get up and sit down independently The walking aid has a strategically located handle at a position which makes it easier for the elderly to put pressure on it to get up or sit down.

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Shalvi Agarwal shalvi1411@gmail.com +919372642125

Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Harshit Desai, Asso. Prof. Vaibhavi Ranade & Sr. Lecturer Shweta Gade Sponsor: Self Initiated The objectives of our project is to lower the impact on environment by using scrap leather. By using the scrap material we would also be cutting down the entire tanning process and minimizing the ill-effects. The leather if used more creatively to make good quality products which can be sold at reasonable price and easily affordable to the youth.

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Course: Packaging design Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar & Prof. Ranjana Dani Dosa packaging for Wadeshwar restaurant where customers can carry and eat conveniently, regardless of place.

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Sneha Gokhale sne_gokhale@yahoo.in +919011915432

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Onkar Channe Sponsor: Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd., Mumbai I worked on Safe Deposit Locker Cabinets manufactured by Godrej Security Solutions Divisions for my graduation project. The project emphasised on upgrading the product with respect to the current banking solutions and to develop differentiation factor for it. Also the entire user experience associated with it had to be studied in order to enhance it.

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Course: Technically Complex Product Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Scanner is a practical and personalized version of an image and book scanner that allows one to scan books fast, without damaging its ribs because of the scanners feature of rotating 270 degree and dual scanning. It also performs the task of scanning large art work or blue prints when it is opened at 180degree.

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Tapan Agarwal myself_tapan@yahoo.co.in +917385007308

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Prof. Girish Barpande Sponsor: Self Initiated Project Description: Today, the usage of bicycle for the urban Indian youth is gradually transforming from a transport medium to a lifestyle product. Their perception of bicycle is no longer related to transport but as a sport, health and passion to follow. The market for the premium bikes targeted towards the lifestyle consumer is just about emerging in India. The bicycle is designed for this special segment of the Indian bicycle market.

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Course: Houseware Design ( HK PolyU ) Faculty Guide: Fred Han & Josh Wright MINI DX-120 is a portable travel iron designed to use on bed. Most people don’t have access to a ironing board when they are travelling. Thus this iron has a curved soleplate which could be easily used on the bed. Since the bed is soft, it takes the shape of the curved soleplate while ironing. It just glides smoothly over the fabric making ironing more fun and easy. As most travel irons have a foldable handle, they are not very comfortable to use but this one is sleek and takes care of the comfort as well.

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Rutuja Mehta rutujachat@gmail.com +919049123696

Course: Interaction Design Faculty Guide: Mr. Soumitra Bhat The idea was to get parents and children together in an activity. An interactive kitchen space designed in such a way where in the parents and children cook together, where in there is the kitchen and a wall mounted screen .The wall mounted acts like a tablet where the parents and children can listen to songs ,watch recipes together and learn cooking .The screen was basically to attract the children and bring them to kitchen where they would teach their parents to use the tablet/screen functions and also help them while cooking.

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Course: Product Graphics Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar The whole idea was to camouflage the dustbin with their respective surroundings. People don’t really like their dustbins to be seen or touched, idea of camouflaging was to let people use it as a place/room accessory also not forgetting the functional part of it.

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Abhay Marwah abhaymarwah@gmail.com +919921348584

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Nitin Joshi Sponsor: Crystaline Infotech Pvt. Ltd. BRILLO To Design an Electrical Switch Board using Capsense (Capacitive Sensing) Technology.

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Course: Technically Complex Product Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal The Product is essentially a cross between a tiller and a tractor. Owning a tractor is a matter of pride for a farmer but tractors are quite expensive to own and maintain by most of the Indian farmers. There’s a big market for small tractors and a lot companies are also working on it. The target user for such a product was small farmers with 1 - 2 acres of land or even smaller. Such farmers tend to buy a Power Tiller because of less work and less price.

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ADITI Khanorkar aditikhanorkar@gmail.com +917507971441

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Anand Kshatriya Sponsor: Renata Lighting Pvt. Ltd., Pune Renata Lighting came up with an idea of Designing LED clamp lamp with innovative feature. • Low cost home lighting clamp lamp • Stylish Indian product at affordable price of 990/• Solar battery as an extra accessory • Series of lamps (table, wall mounted, clamp, floor, pendant)

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Course: Techno Asthetic Detailing Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain To Re-design the hand blender which is user friendly and eases the cleaning problem.

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AJAY KALE ajaypkale@gmail.com +919860920940

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Sanjiva Dhanakshirur Sponsor: HISSIA Packaging Pvt. Ltd., Pune To design a grains vending machine which will be accessible 24*7 and which will also enhance the food grains shopping experience of the user by making the task easy and interesting.

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Course: Technically Complex Products. Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal To design a device which reduces the grass cutting time with minimum effort. This product basically works on the principle of toy whirler. Due to the action of pulling, thread stores energy in the flywheel and that energy is used to rotate the blade. Spinning of blade causes grass to cut with less effort.

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AMOD GIJARE amodgijare@gmail.com +919890940024

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Kunal Ghate Sponsor: Forbes Marshall Ltd., Pune Project Brief- Redesign the entire range of Industrial Boilers in a way to achieve family look across the entire range of packaged boilers, also keeping in mind aspects such as Ergonomics, Structural and layout changes and manufacturability.

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Course: Packaging Design. Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar & Prof. Paresh Choudhary Packaging of (Ratnagiri Alphanso) mangoes for Gifting. Packaging for Domestic as well Export gifting markets.

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Anuja gadre anuja.gadre@mitid.edu.in +918879450241

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Kunal Ghate Sponsor: Forbes Marshall Ltd., Pune Create a Family look for Forbes Marshall control panels and enclosures. These control panels and enclosures are units to control the systems like boilers, DCS, steam and condensate etc. They also have accessories like indicator lights, switches, HMIs mounted on the lid.

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Course: Techno Asthetic Detailing Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain The Scrubster is a handy batteryoperated cleaner for tough to clean household areas. It has different cleaning attachments for variety of uses. The rechargeable battery makes it a portable device, usable in variety of places.

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Apoorva gadgil ar.apoorva.gadgil@gmail.com +918489249377

Faculty Guide: Prof. Amit Deshmukh Industry Guide: Mr. Martin Scherfler Sponsor: Auroville Consulting Urban agriculture is an attractive way for a household, a community and or a city to produce a certain amount of its food demand itself.

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Course: Internship Project with Bajaj Electricals Design of a ceiling fan of premium price range for young Indians of higher income group. During the 6 weeks internship at Bajaj Electricals, I was given a task of designing a modern fan which will go well with the current interior design concepts and which should be first of its kind in the Indian market.

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Jesal mehta jesmehta@gmail.com +919869637882

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Anand Kshatriya Sponsor: Renata Lighting Pvt. Ltd., Pune LED based luminaire for Portable Lighting . A LED-based battery powered Reading/Task light for travellers, which can also double as a battery backup for cellphones and other electronics.

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Course: Design for Special Needs. Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant & Asst. Prof. Manasi Kanetkar A patient with a history of frequent surgeries from correcting a congenital cleft palate was suffering from a stiff and shrinking nasal passage due to build-up of scar tisssue. A prosthesis was created to stop further shrinkage as well as gradually applying outwardpressure to expand the passage to normal size..

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MOhit yadav khairwal_9@hotmail.com +918080399383

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Abhijit Takale Sponsor: NEODES, Pune Anaesthesia Ventilator Workstation is a must in every Operation Theater. It demands a high level of sophistication in technology and integration when it comes to lending a hand to anaesthetists during critical life saving surgeries. The client was Medion Healthcare Pvt Ltd. This project undertaken as a diploma project involved Product Architecture Design, Usability Design, Interaction Design, Interface Design, Icons and Product graphics.

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Course: Techno aesthetic Detailing Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Glucometer is a device, that is being used by millions in today’s date. A lot of rethinking needs to be done, in terms of interaction, the product usability, etc. This project, is an attempt to create a Glucometer, that not only tries to solve the usability problem, interaction, but also the big picture of waste management and sensitivity towards psychological aspects of a diabetic. The Design has been applied for a patent.

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Rajeesh mohandas rajeesh825@gmail.com +919049054524

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Girish Lone Sponsor: Design Life, Mumbai To design the endoscope disinfector device which is reliable, easy to use and can clean multiple endoscopes at a given time. The device needs to be user-friendly and should sustain Indian environment. It needs to have contemporary, approachable and clean styling to reflect its inherent characteristics of cleaning. Device needs to have hassle free maintenance and compact foot print.

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Course: Nature & Form. Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh & Asst. Prof. Manasi Kanetkar. To explore facts of the natural form and understanding the habitat, growth, interesting aspects, stance, postures, structure colour, textures and pattern and to come up with a new product which relates the physical and cognitive aspects of the natural species.

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Sharanya nair sharanya.gnair@yahoo.co.in +9108904238155

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Prashant Subhedar Sponsor: Bang Design (P) Limited To explore facts of the natural form and understanding the habitat, growth, interesting aspects, stance, postures, structure colour, textures and pattern and to come up with a new product which relates the physical and cognitive aspects of the natural species.

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Course: Nature & Form. Faculty Guide: Asst. Prof. Amit Deshmukh & Asst. Prof. Manasi Kanetkar. “A trendy way to bust the dust” Inspired from the eagle ray fish , the idea was to adapt its form and characteristics into a product. She made two concepts – one of a car interior and handheld vaccum cleaner. I-Design Award Winner 2012

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Snehal bhangale snehal.loukik@gmail.com +919923326408

Faculty Guide: Prof. Sanjay Jain Industry Guide: Mr. Pushkar Ingale Sponsor: Koham Labs To design an affordable method / device to provide Phototherapy for treatment of Neonatal Jaundice in resource constrained settings in India. A large parts of these babies are born in the rural and resource constrained parts of the country where civil and medical infrastructure is still premature. These devices often are beyond the affordance of even private clinics putting them even beyond the reach of rural health clinics.

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Course: Special Needs Faculty Guide: Prof. Arvind Merchant & Asst. Prof. Manasi Kanetkar Ice pack slippers[temporary relief from heel spur problems] A heel spur is a hook of bone that can form on the heel bone (calcaneus) and is associated with plantar fasciitis. Basically seen in women above 40’s.Nearly 70% of working women population in Mumbai suffer from this pain.

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Vasu agarwal agrawalvasu@gmail.com +918805456422

Faculty Guide: Prof. Dhimant Panchal Industry Guide: Mr. Akash Gupta Sponsor: Gray Orange Robotics, Gurgaon A one of its kind concept, the Butler System makes a sensible and a smart warehouse, where the stock finds its own way. Developed by Grey Orange Robotics, Gurgaon, the Butler System improves efficiency, accuracy and flexibility of any warehouse or distribution centre by bringing the entire work ‘to’ the employee. It eliminates the possibilities of wrong picking and material damaging due to excessive manual handling.

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Course: Packaging Design. Faculty Guide: Prof. Paresh Choudhary & Asst.Prof. Pritharshv Pushkar Cakes & Cookies is a concept packaging that evolves from being much more than just a box. An end to end product - from the baker, to the consumer. The packaging serves as routine packaging, gift packaging and the sturdiness of the boxes also make it a storage and serving solution. This was a project in packaging design for a hypothetical customer, the famous Kayani Bakery of Pune. The design of the boxes is ably supported by my partner with graphics which reflect the ethnicity and heritage of Kayani Bakery.

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