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The evergreen branch in engineering stream finds its way from the day the stone-age man chiseled his first tool for progressing towards the artificial hands which holds the tool. The fold of mechanical engineering has come a long way. Today, apart from the core areas like the automobile industry, mining, aerospace engineering and material sciences, a mechanical engineer finds his utility in areas such as Medical Sciences, the IT industry and banking sectors.
Mechanical engineering curriculum is diverse and it is central to so many modern industries (e.g. Aerospace, Shipping, Defense Armaments, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Biomedical, Automobile, Mechatronics, etc.) and hence individual mechanical engineers are employed in a wide range of engineering endeavours, from initial research and development of a product to manufacturing and marketing.
In a way, mechanical engineers are involved in creating the future. The work of a Mechanical Engineer can be extremely challenging and fulfilling, requiring IT, design and analytical skills together with an ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.
VISION OF DEPARTMENT
- The Department of Mechanical engineering is committed to produce competent engineering graduates through quality teaching learning process, research and industry institute interaction so as to shoulder the responsibilities of nation building.
MISSION OF DEPARTMENT
- To develop well equipped teaching learning environment for the benefit of students.
- To develop mutually beneficial relationship with industries and understand the needs of the industries.
- To promote the faculties and students to actively participate in research activities.
- To educate students about professional & ethical responsibilities and train them to build leadership and entrepreneurship qualities for their career development.
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Syllabus for B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) Credit Grade System:
- III Semester and IV Semester… Click Here.
- V Semester and VI Semester….Click Here.
- VII Semester and VIII Semester….. Click Here.
- Time Table for II Year III Semester….. Click Here.
- Time Table for III Year V Semester….. Click Here.
- Time Table for IV Year VII Semester….. Click Here.
Scheme for B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) Credit Grade System:
B.E. Project Formats
- Seminar report format,Certificate,Cover page,Report guidelines… click here
Details of Industrial Visit
|Sr.||Department||session||Name of Industry||Date of Visit||No. of Students|
|01||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Amravati Metal Works, Saturna MIDC, Amravati.||26/03/19||48|
|02||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Jadhao Icon, MIDC, Amravati.||26/03/19||48|
|03||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Sengar Industries,MIDC, Amravati.||15/03/19||55|
|04||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Jadhao Steel & Alloys, MIDC, Amravati||15/03/19||55|
|05||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Amravati Metal Works, Saturna MIDC, Amravati.||05/02/19||33|
|06||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Surya Lakshmi Cotton Mills, Nandgaon Peth, Amravati.||05/02/19||33|
|07||Mechanical Engineering||2018-19||Rattan India Power Ltd, Nandgaon Peth, Amravati.||25/01/19||40|
|08||Mechanical Engineering||2017-18||Surya Lakshmi Cotton Mills, Nandgaon Peth,Amravati.||15/02/18||53|
|09||Mechanical Engineering||2017-18||Jadhao Steel & Alloys,MIDC,Amravati.||09/02/18||45|
|10||Mechanical Engineering||2016-17||Sharda Motor Industries Ltd. Nashik||06/02/17||23|
|11||Mechanical Engineering||2016-17||PragatiUdyog Ltd., Nashik||06/02/17||23|
|12||Mechanical Engineering||2016-17||Right Tight Fasteners.||07/02/17||23|
|13||Mechanical Engineering||2016-17||Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik||07/02/17||23|
|14||Mechanical Engineering||2016-17||Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik.||16/10/16||55|
|15||Mechanical Engineering||2016-17||Jadhav Gears Pvt. Ltd., Amravati||16/08/16||40|
|16||Mechanical Engineering||2015-16||Jadhao Steel & Alloys Ltd., Amravati||26/10/15||60|
HEAD OF DEPT., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
- Name: Dr. S. S. Ingole, Head of Mechanical Engineering.
- Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)801
- Email: email@example.com
Programme Education Outcomes(PEO):
PEO.1 Acquire the fundamental knowledge in Basic Sciences, Thermal, Design, and Manufacturing Technologies.
PEO.2 Develop an ability to interpret and analyze data, formulate and design acceptable solutions to industrial problems.
PEO.3 Effectively function in a team environment with ethical attitude and interact with people of diverse background.
PEO.4 Pursue higher studies / research in core / allied domains.
PEO.5 Secure entry level position in Public / Private sector organizations.
Engineering Graduates will be able to:
PO.1 Engineering knowledge:
Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO.2 Problem analysis:
Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO.3 Design/development of solutions:
Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO.4 Conduct investigations of complex problems:
Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO.5 Modern tool usage:
Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO.6 The engineer and society:
Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
PO.7 Environment and sustainability:
Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO.9 Individual and teamwork:
Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi disciplinary settings.
Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
PO.11 Project management and finance:
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi disciplinary environments.
PO.12 Life-long learning:
Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Programme Specific Outcomes(PSO):
PSO.1 Demonstrate an ability to apply the acquired knowledge in core Mechanical Engineering areas.
PSO.2 Resolve technical and social issues with imagination, creativity, confidence and responsibility.
PSO.3 Enhance professional career by accepting challenging tasks through lifelong learning, core competency and team spirit.
PSO.4 Demonstrate awareness towards socio-economical, environmental and ethical aspects.
Under Graduate – B. E. (Mechanical Engineering)
|01||B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)||60|
- To make students aware of the design practices using computer software and help them to acquire the knowledge and apply it in different fields thereby increasing the productivity.
- 3D Printer- Fused Filament Fabrication,
Size- 150x150x150 mm,
- 25 Desktop Computers
Intel i7 processor
2 GB Graphics
- To work and participate in multidisciplinary environments as well as to develop entrepreneurship skills.
- To increase the knowledge as a metallurgist in manufacturing and service industries.
- Double Disc Polishing Machine
- Belt Grinding Machine
- Inclined Monocular Microscope
- Inverted Trinocular Microscope
- Muffle Furnace
- Brinell Hardness Tester.
- In RAC Lab, students get practical knowledge on compressors, Air Conditioners, freezers and various devices related to refrigeration and air conditioning so as to make students aware of the sector.
- Refrigeration Test Rig
- Air Conditioning Test Rig
- Digital Thermo Anemometer
- Display Board: Cut Section Models
- Heat Transfer laboratory provides fundamental knowledge about modes of heat transfer like conduction, convection and radiation and their applications.
- Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod Apparatus.
- Stefan Boltzmann Apparatus.
- Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powder Apparatus.
- Heat Transfer from Pin Fin Apparatus
- Emissivity Measurement Apparatus.
- Heat Transfer in Forced Convection Apparatus.
- Heat Transfer in Natural Convection Apparatus
- Counter and Parallel Flow Measurement Apparatus.
- From the Energy conversion lab, students get knowledge about various boilers with their application and the practical applications of the systems that are used in thermal industries.
- Two stage Air Compressor
- Centrifugal Blower
- Model of Lancashire Boiler, Cornish Boiler, Babcock Wilcox Boiler, Locomotive Boiler
- To give students practical knowledge on brake power, indicated power, heat losses, etc. related to S.I. and C.I. Internal Combustion Engines.
- To give them the know-how of nozzles and fuel pumps used in an automobiles.
- 3 cylinder 4 stroke Petrol Engine Test Rig
- Single Cylinder 4 Stroke Diesel Engine Test Rig
- Single Plunger Fuel Pump Model
- Fuel Injectors and Nozzles
- The Laboratory provides various modes of measurement with different systems to make students aware of the different modes through with a certain quantity can be measured.
- Digital strain indicator apparatus
- Dead weight pressure gauge apparatus
- Thermocouple module apparatus
- Study of LDR Apparatus
- Digital Stroboscope Apparatus
- Speed Measurement Pickup Apparatus
- LVDT Apparatus
- Digital Sound Level Indicator
- Vibration Measurement Apparatus
- Capacitance transducer for angular displacement
- To make the students aware of working of heavy machinery in workshop and help them acquire practical knowledge on lathe, milling, grinding machines, etc.
- Lathe Machine
- Shaping Machine
- Surface Grinder
- Radial Drill Machine
- Milling Machine
- Spot welding machine
- TIG and MIG welding machine.
- To make students aware about linear measurements, angular measurements, thread measurements more accurately and precisely with a focus on industrial production techniques. Students will get aware about various industrial standards, useful for mass production.
- Profile Projector
- Floating Carriage Micrometer
- To make students aware of the practical working of mechanisms in a machine and get acquainted with kinematic as well as dynamic motion of links and systems
- Universal Vibration Apparatus
- Static Dynamic Balancing Apparatus
- Whirling of Shaft Apparatus
- Motorized Gyroscope Apparatus
Academic year 2018-19
|Title of the project||Developed By||Guided by|
|01||Design and fabrication of Modified Emission Control Unit using Cow Pee.||Akash Mangrole, Aditya Zombade, Diptej Shiralkar, Rhishabh Girhe, Lalit Khobragade, Ashish Kolteke, Nilesh Wankhade, Nikita Dandge||Prof.P.R.Jakhotiya|
|02||Design and Fabrication of Automatic Drainage Cleaning System.||Vaibhav Lathekar, Akash Budhalkar, Mahesh Hirulkar, Pranav Alone, Shubham Kanbale, Nikita Wasule, Gaurav Chandurkar, Kishan Mishra, Nitin Khobragade||Prof.S.B.Malani|
|03||Design and Development of Femur using CAD/ CAM.||Krunal Kohale, Trishul Mohoture, Rushikesh Nilkhan, Sujit Rathod, Anshul Bakhade, Shubham Malode, Aditya Deshmukh, Yogesh Warudkar, Siddhika Asutkar||Prof.P.A.Ganthade|
|04||Development and Testing of a Modified Desert Cooler.||Shubham Kathane, Shubham Bhange, Pratik Gawai, Surajkumar Yadav, Kunal Ade, Sumit Randai, Shubham Rathi, Ajay Wankhade, Kajal Ghate||Prof.S.S.Kalmegh|
|05||Design and Fabrication of Electromagnetic Punching Machine.||Rupesh Wadhai, Ramesh Rasal, Yogeshwar Ambhore, Sanket Mathurkar, Pratik Mahore, Vrushabh Nanoti, Haridas Sonune, Ashwin Kantale, Archana Sautkar||Prof.S.H.Ingle|
|06||Design and Fabrication of Plastic Thread Extracting Machine Machine.||Akshay Chaukade, Bhupendra Dahale, Vishal Hiwarale, Saurabh Kute, Sushant Rahangdale, Ashutosh Pandharikar, Sarthak Deshmukh, Shubham Kadam, Dipali Mohod||Prof.A.K.Anasane|
|07||Built Orientation Analysis in Rapid Prototyping.||Prafful Naik, Radheya Gulhane, Mayuri Tekade, Pavan Wankhade, Aniket Patangrao, Kushal Katore, Kapil Tiple, Mayur Ramteke||Prof.A.M.Wankhade|
Academic year 2017-18
|Guided by||Title of the project||Developed By|
|01||Prof. P.A. Ganthade||Fabrication of handheld power tiller.||Sonali Karule, Prerna Kathoke,
Rushikesh Bhambadkar,Ajinkya Harne
Abhijit Kasar,Akshay Mogarkar
Rohit Patil,Yeshudas Pende
|02||Prof.S.H. Ingle||Agriculture push operated spray pump.||Priya Kale, Ashish Chavhan,
Prajyot Hulke,Shubham Itankar
Rushikesh Kale,Prakash Khirade
Ajay Lingot,Roshan Mande
|03||Prof.P.R. Jakhotiya||Design and fabrication of emission reduction unit using cow pee.||Shubham Mahule, Saurabh Khambalkar,
Rohit Ganvir,Pawan Sawai
Paritosh Chore,Saima Khan
Jayesh Wadhai,Pankaj Wavare
|04||Prof.C.R. Bundele||Design and fabrication of wheat reaper.||Pratik Bandabuche, Rachit Virulkar,
Aniket Talokar,Prasad Swami
Vaishnavi Kashikar,Himanshu Thakare
Nikhil Satwani,Rohit Tatte
|05||Prof.A.M. Wankhade||Automatic sugarcane node cutting machine.||Gaurav Sangle, Pratik Wankhade,
Vaibhav Chikate,Akash Harne
Nadeem Pathan,Dipali Bajare
Pratibha Lahane ,Nikhil Yadav
|06||Prof. S.B. Malani||Design and fabrication of staircase lift (Model).||Priyanka Gaurkhede, Aditya Anjankar,
Shubham Deshmukh,Amit Tatte
Chinmay Kene ,Shreyas Parkhe
Shubham Shahane,Rohit Kamble
|07||Prof. A. K. Anasane||Design and fabrication of body exoskeleton weight lifter and wearable chair.||Vyankatesh Raut Narendra Raut
Aniket Mamurkar Harish Raut
|08||Dr. S.S. Ingole||Fabrication of anti roll back and forward system.||Gaurav Morande Manish Kathane
Vijaykumar Bhati Girish Khandekar
Rahil Mirza Madhavi Aage
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Student Activities – Extra Curricular
Session – 2018-2019
|01||27/07/2018||Kargil Vijay Diwas||20||Mr. Chandrashekhar
|A Seminar on “Laws of
|A Seminar organized in the
Honor of Sir M. Visvesvaraya “Ignite
|04||27/10/2018||A Seminar on “Stress
|05||09/01/2019|| A Seminar on “Being A
Student Activity –Meeting with Industry Personnel Mechanical Engineering
Session – 2018-2019
|01||Courtesy visit by Mr. Rumit D.
Dave, DGM Gmmco CAT Ltd.
Rumit D. Dave,
Student Activity – Seminar / Guest Lectures Mechanical Engineering
Session – 2018-2019
|01||A Seminar on “Research
|02||A Seminar on “Design
Training Placement Platform”:
|03||A Seminar on “Automotive
Wire Harness Design”
|04||A Seminar on “Six Sigma &
its Carrier Significance”:
Labs, Thane, M.S.
|05||A Seminar on
“CAD/CAM/CAE Technology &
Future Career in Design”.
|06||A guest lecture on “
Familiarization of Thermal Power
|07||A guest lecture on
“Mechanics of Materials”
|12/03/2019||36||Mr. Rahul Muley|
|08||A guest lecture on “ Theory
|Sr.||Event name||Organized by||Date||Number of students|
|01||Formula cart design challenge 2018||Fraternity of Mechanical and Automotive Engineers, Bengaluru||17/03/2018 to 19/03/2018||20|
|02||Kargil Vijay Diwas Celebration||Mechanical Engineering Students’ Association||26/07/17||All students of the department|
Details of Guest Lectures/ Seminars
|Sr.||Session||Guest||Event name||Date||Target Audience|
|01||2016-17||Mr. Tushar Landge,
Sales Tax Officer,
|Competitive Exam Preparations and Career Opportunities||24/01/17||III year students|
|02||2016-17||Mr. Sushant Patanayak,
COO, Right Tight Fasteners Ltd., Nasik
|Converting challenges into Opportunities||24/12/16||III year students|
|03||2016-17||Mr. Kirti Solanki,
CAD Tech., Amravati
|CAD Software: A Comparison between leading software||04/08/16||III year students|
|04||2015-16||Dr. N.W. Kale,
Professor, PRMITR, Badnera
|Opportunities and challenges for young entrepreneurs in Make in India||11/02/16||II year students|
Special Participation by students
|Sr.||Event||Organized by||Date||Number of students|
|01||Formula cart design challenge 2017||Fraternity of Mechanical and Automotive Engineers, Bengaluru||–||20|
|02||Inauguration of Mechanical
Engineering Students’ Association
|Department of Mechanical Engineering||17/03/17||All students of the department|
|Sr.||Type of Event||Event name||Number of students||Date||Name of expert|
|54||27 Sept 2018||Mrs. Neeta
|03||Seminar||Wire harness||40||18 Sept.
|04||Seminar||Six Sigma and its
|Dr. Arun R.
|06||Seminar||Laws of Success||66||28 Aug.
|Dr. Arun R.
Following is the list of the toppers for the exam Summer – 2018
Final year (VIII Sem.)
|I||Nikhil Deepak Satwani||9.44|
|II||Mirza Rahil Farhan Baig||9.33|
|III||Rhushabh Digambar Umale||9.33|
Third year (VI Sem.)
|I||Ashutosh Ashok Pandharikar||8.37|
|II||Kapil Vinodrao Tiple||7.82|
|III||Gaurav Mahadeo Chandurkar||7.67|
Second year (IV Sem.)
|I||Taha Hasan Ali||8.84|
|II||Prajwal Pralhadrao Yede||8.28|
|III||Piyush Umesh Shrivastava||8.08|
Following is the list of the toppers for the exam Winter – 2018
Final year (VII Sem.)
|I||Ashutosh Ashok Pandharikar||8.19|
|II||Kishan Ganeshprasad Mishra||8.15|
|III||Shubham Dnayaneshwar Kanbale||8.00|
Third year (V Sem.)
|I||Alkesh Gopalrao Pathe||8.81|
|II||Nitin Haridas Grespunje||8.54|
|III||Vedant Rajendra Gongal||8.42|
Second year (III Sem.)
|I||Vaibhav Kailash Jadhav||8.24|
|II||Mukul Naresh Laddha||8.12|
|III||Yash Shankarlalji Joshi||7.92|