The event marks the tenth time a Honeywell program has been delivered to a university in India, and the third time the program has taken place at the College of Engineering, Pune.
What does COEP stand for?
COEP stands for College of Engineering, Pune (est. 1954; India)
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We have 13 other meanings of COEP in our Acronym Attic
- Central Oregon Electronic Medical Records
- Centre of Expertise in Microwave Radar (Adelaide University; Australia)
- Center for Occupational and Environmental Neurology (Baltimore, MD)
- Combinations of Evolutionary Computation and Neural Networks (Symposium)
- Comité de Emergencia Nacional (Spanish: National Emergency Committee; El Salvador)
- Comité Electoral Nacional (Peru)
- Computer Engineering (also seen as CE)
- Center of Excellence in Nursing Education
- Centralized Order Entry Pharmacy
- Centre of Expertise in Photonics (University of Adelaide Defence Science and Technology Organisation; Australia)
- Community Outreach and Education Program (various universities)
- Council of Eminent Persons (Haiti)
- Government College of Engineering, Pune, India
- Coptic Orthodox Electronic Publishing Australia (Sydney, Australia)
- Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly
- Colorado Estate Planning and Probate
- Committee for Organizing Engineering Professional Practice (est. 1982; Ministry of Works and Housing; Bahrain)
- Comparability of the Operation and Evaluation Protocols
- Conseil Ontarien d’Évaluation des Qualifications (French: Qualifications Evaluation Council of Ontario; education)
- Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research (now Center of Outcomes and Evidence; US DHHS; Rockville, MD)
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In the overall best industry-linked engineering institutes category, the Diamond award was won by PSG College of Technology, Gold award by College of Engineering, Pune, and Silver award by Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Coimbatore.
The study by metallurgists at the College of Engineering, Pune, has confirmed that not only deliberate carburisation or steeling of wrought iron but also the sequence of heat treatments -- hardening, quenching and tempering -- was known to the megalithic smiths around 900 BC in Mahurjhari.