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Aashish Bardekar

Versatile Educator of Sipna honoured with MTRES Teaching Excellence Award 2018

Education plays a vital role in building the future of our nation by transforming lives and communities. We have several educator heroes who help students aim high and achieve their potential, often meeting and overcoming considerable challenges along the way. Recently Delhi based MT Research & Educational Services (MTRES) came up with Teaching Excellence Awards (TEA) 2018, to recognize the monumental role teachers play in our society as they instil a desire to learn and achieve and create tomorrow’s leaders. Meet one of the awardees, Aashish Bardekar, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sipna College of Engineering and Technology, Amravati, Maharashtra, who has been honoured with Promising Teacher Award in MTRES TEA 2018.

Aashish Bardekar - MTRES Teaching Excellence Award 2018
Aashish Bardekar was honoured with MTRES Teaching Excellence Award 2018

Awards motivate and inspire me as they give recognition to your work. They give more responsibility and strength to face struggles of your journey.
Aashish Bardekar

Aashish has overall 13 years of teaching experience. He joined Sipna College of Engineering and Technology, Amravati, in 2005 and has been associated with the institution ever since. He has done M.E. in Computer Science in 2012. He has published more than 20 research papers in highly reputed Indexed journals. He is a member of various professional bodies like ACM,CSI, IETE, IACSIT, IAENG, IACSE, IRED, BESI, IJRULA. An Engineering educator who has deep rooted interests in Indian classical music, he has set out on a unique exploration of our rich musical heritage that confluences with the use of modern technology.

Area of Research

Aashish is currently pursuing Ph.D. and his research focuses on study of structure of Indian classical ragas and its influence on human body.

Some ragas like Darbari Kanada, Khamaj and Pooriya are found to help in defusing mental tension, particularly in the case of hysterics. Raga Malhar pacifies anger, excessive mental excitement & mental instability. The proposed research presented in this paper is aimed to discover the science behind phonetics of raga and its effects on nerve system. This research is one step to explore scientifically the ancient way of alternative medicine i.e. raga therapy, which is a need of the day since current advances in technology and rising workload on human beings is accompanied by stress.

This research focuses on studying the influence of Indian classical ragas structure on human body while person is listening and experiencing an emotion in it by capturing EEG signals. The brainwave signals database will be collected and analyzed to determine the co-relation between ragas and emotional well-being of individuals.

The objectives and aim of this research is to present a strong case which will help medical practitioners like psychiatrists, to treat patient by injecting music stimulus.
Aashish Bardekar

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Aashish has been honoured with multiple awards for his excellent contribution in the field of education. He has received Best National Research Scholar award 2018 by IRDP, Chennai; Outstanding Scientist Award 2018 by IOSRD in Coimbatore; Best Researcher Award 2018 by IOSRD in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh; and Best Researcher Award 2018 by IJRULA in Trichy, Tamil Nadu. He was instrumental in starting the CSI chapter in the institution and worked as Student branch coordinator (SBC) for six years.

Life is a journey, struggles are inevitable, My Moto is: Be ready.
Aashish Bardekar

He is credited with starting the chapter of SPICMACAY at the institute for promotion of Indian classical music and dance and works as its active member. He is also a member of Lions Club International, Amravati branch, since 2016 and is currently handling the role of treasurer of the club. He is also one of the lead singers in Symphony Group Orchestra, Amravati.

MTRES is doing an excellent work by motivating and honouring researchers like me with an award thereby appreciating and giving recognition. I am thankful for this wonderful gesture.
Aashish Bardekar


MT Research & Educational Services is an initiative to bridge the gap between academics and industry. It was founded in 2013 with the combination of industry, academic and research personnel. They execute various educational events (Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Short Term Courses, Trainings and Competitions) throughout India. They provide various educational platforms for direct engagement of students, academicians and corporates. They execute internships and placement drives also in colleges. Website

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