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About Department

   Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). The role of a Mechanical Engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. In order to accomplish this, a broad range of skills are needed. The Mechanical Engineer needs to acquire particular skills and knowledge.

Mechanical Engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical Engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Faculty Profile

Dr. S. S. Ingole Associote Professor & Head

Ph. D.

24 Years Exp.

Prof. S. H. Ingle

Assistant Professor

M.E. (Prod.Tech & Mgmt.)

16 Years Exp.

Prof. S. B. Malani

Assistant Professor

M.E. (Prod.Tech & Mgmt.)

14 Years Exp.

Prof.A.M.Wankhade

Assistant Professor

M.E. (CAD/CAM)

16 Year Exp.

Prof. P. M. Kurwade

Assistant Professor

M.E. (Thermal Engg.)

6.5 Years Exp.

Prof. P. R. Jakhotiya

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(Thermal Engg.)

16 Years Exp.

Prof. A. K. Anasane

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(Prod. Engg.)

5 Years Exp.

Prof. A. S. Gadre

Assistant Professor

M.E.(Prod. Engg.)

11 Years Exp.

Prof. P. A. Ganthade

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(CAD / CAM)

3 Years Exp.

Prof. D. A. Pawar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech (Solid

Mechanics & Design )

2 Years Exp.

Prof. A. D. Bhandarkar

Assistant Professor

M.E. (Thermal Engg.)

3 Years Exp.

Prof. S. S. Jamkar

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(Prod. Engg.)

2 Years Exp.

Prof. S. S. Kalmegh

Assistant Professor

M.Tech.(Thermal. Engg.)

2.5 Years Exp.

Technical Supporting Staff:
  1. Shri P.T.Wankhade (Workshop Instructor)
  2. Shri. D.M. Raut (Workshop Instructor)
  3. Shri. C.A. Bhatkule (Workshop Instructor)
  4. Shri. R.C. Pawar (Workshop Instructor)
  5. Shri. A.P. Deshmukh (Workshop Instructor)
  6. Shri N. G. Marulkar (Lab Assistant)
  7. Shri. R.C. Baraskar (Workshop Attendant)
  8. Shri. P. H. Sahu(Lab Attendant)
  9. Shri R. H. Radake(Peon)

Departmental Activities News Letters

Syllabus for B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)Credit Grade System:

Project Format

HEAD OF DEPT, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • Name:  Dr. S. H. Ingole Head of Mechanical Engg.
  • Mobile: 9420714796
  • Office Contact No: (0721) 2522342 (Ext.)701
  • Email:

    Programme Specific Outcomes(PSO):
    PSO.1 Engineering graduates will be able to identify, formulate, analyze and provide technological solution to real life problems.
    PSO.2 Engineering graduates will be able to work in thermal, manufacturing, design and allied industry.
    PSO.3 Engineering graduates will be prepared to pursue post-graduation and research in Mechanical Engineering.

    Programme Outcomes(PO):

    Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    • Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
    • Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multi disciplinary settings.
    • Communication: 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    Under Graduate
    Under Graduate – B. E. (Mechanical Engineering)
    Sr. NoCourseIntake
    01B.E.  (Mechanical Engineering)60
     


    CAD/CAM Lab

    CAD/CAM Lab
    Objective:
    To make student aware of the design practices using computer software and to acquire the knowledge and apply it in different fields thereby increasing the productivity.

    Engineering Metallurgy Lab

    Engineering Metallurgy Lab
    Objective:
    To work and participate in multidisciplinary environments as well as to develop entrepreneur skills and to increase the knowledge as a metallurgist in manufacturing and service industries.

    Automation Lab

    Automation Lab
    Objectives:
    The Automation Lab is an arrangement of robotic arm and automated machines. The lab environment simulates small manufacturing lines by requiring the use of multiple electromechanical inputs to invoke a controlled sequence of outputs.

    Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

    Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab
    Objectives:
    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.

    Heat Transfer Lab

    Heat Transfer Lab
    Objective:
    Heat Transfer laboratory provides fundamental knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and radiation, and their application.

    Energy Conversion Lab

    Energy Conversion Lab
    Objective:

    From the Energy conversion lab, students get knowledge about various boilers with their application and the practicality of the systems that are used in thermal industries.

    Internal Combustion Engines Lab

    Internal Combustion Engines Lab:
    Objectives:
    To give students practical knowledge on brake power, indicated power, heat losses, etc. related to S.I. and C.I. Internal Combustion Engines. Students also gets knowledge of nozzles and fuel pumps used in
    an automobile.

    Measurement System Lab

    Measurement System Lab
    Objective:
    The Laboratory provides various modes of measurement with different systems to make students aware of different modes through with a certain quantity can be measured.

    Workshop

    Workshop
    Objective:
    To make students capable of producing products from raw materials(metal or wood) with the aid of different manufacturing techniques.

    Manufacturing Process

    Manufacturing Process:
    Objectives:
    To make students aware of the working of heavy machinery in workshop and to make them acquire practical knowledge on lathe, milling, grinding machines, etc.

    Non-conventional Energy Resources Lab

    Non-conventional Energy Resources Lab
    Objectives:
    To make students aware of the devices that can be used as an alternative for conventional energy producing resources as per the future requirements.

    Production Technology Lab

    Production Technology Lab
    Objectives:
    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.

    Academic year 2017-18
    Sr.Name of ProjectsDeveloped ByGuided By
    01Fabrication of handheld power tilterSonali Karule,Prerna Kathoke,Rushikesh Bhambadkar,Ajinkya Harne,Abhijit Kasar,Akshay Mogarkar,Rohit Patil ,Yeshudas Pende,Jaykumar RautProf. P.A Ganthale
    02Agriculture push operated spray pumpPriya Kale,Ashish Chavan,Prajyot Hulke,Shubham Itankar,Rushikesh Kale,Prakash Khirade,Ajay Lingot,Roshan MandeProf.S.H.Ingle
    03Design and fabrication of emission reduction unit using coe peeShubham Mahule,Saurabh Khambalkar,Rohit Ganvir,Pawan Sawai,Paritosh Chore,Saima Khan ,Jayesh Wadhai,Pankaj WavareProf.P.R.Jakhotiya
    04Design and fabrication of wheat reaperPratik Bandabuche,Rachit Virulkar,Aniket Talokar,Prasad Swami,Vaishnavi Kashikar,Himanshu Thakare,Nikhil Satwani,Rohit TatteProf.C.R.Bundele
    05Automatic sugar cane node cutting machineGaurav Sangle,Pratik Wankhade,Vaibhav Chikate,Akash Harne,Nadeem Pathan,Dipali Bajare,Pratibha Lahane ,Nikhil YadavProf.A.M.Wankhade
    06Design and fabrication of staircase lift (Model)Priyanka Gaurkhede,Aditya Anjankar,Shubham Deshmukh,Amit Tatte,Chinmay Kene,Shreyas Parkhe,Shubham Shahane,Rohit KambleProf. S.B.Malani
    07Design and fabrication of body exoskeleton weight lifter and wearable chairVyankatesh Raut,Narendra Raut,Shubham Wankhade,Aniket Mamurkar,Harish Raut ,Shraddha Mirzapure,Harshal TankProf. A. K. Anasane
    08Fabrication of anti roll back and forward systemGaurav Morande,Manish Kathane,Vijaykumar Bhati,Girish Khandekar,Rahil Mirza,Madhavi Aage,Pranay Ukey,Rishabh UmaleDr. S.S.Ingole

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    Events and ActivitiesGuest LecturesTechnical WorkshopFaculty Training Programs
    Sr.Type of EventTopicNo. of participantsDate condutedName of expert
    01SeminarDesign Training Placement Platform2712/09/2018Er. S.Somani, Founder of Indo Vidarbha Tool Room, Akola
    02SeminarIgnite your Passion5427 Sept 2018Mrs. N. Mundhda (National Trainer & Motivational speaker)
    03SeminarWire harness4018 Sept. 2018Mr. Gaurav Chandak
    04SeminarSix Sigma and its significance4619 Sept. 2018Mr. Sudhir Kulkarni
    05SeminarResearch Project Requirements6628 Aug. 2018Dr. Arun R. Bapat
    06SeminarLaws of Success6628 Aug. 2018Dr. Arun R. Bapat
    07SeminarKargil Vijay Diwas2827 July 2018Mr. C. Bhatkule

    Departmental News

    Newsletter Session 2017-18…..Click Here
    ABOUT DEPARTMENTFACULTY PROFILESLABORATORIESDEPARTMENT ACTIVITIESNEWSLETTERPLACEMENTSCONTACT US

    About Department

    Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). The role of a Mechanical Engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. In order to accomplish this, a broad range of skills are needed. The Mechanical Engineer needs to acquire particular skills and knowledge. Mechanical Engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical Engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    Faculty Profile

    Dr. S. S. Ingole Associote Professor & Head

    Ph. D.

    24 Years Exp.

    Prof. S. H. Ingle

    Assistant Professor

    M.E. (Prod.Tech & Mgmt.)

    16 Years Exp.

    Prof. S. B. Malani

    Assistant Professor

    M.E. (Prod.Tech & Mgmt.)

    14 Years Exp.

    Prof.A.M.Wankhade

    Assistant Professor

    M.E. (CAD/CAM)

    16 Year Exp.

    Prof. P. M. Kurwade

    Assistant Professor

    M.E. (Thermal Engg.)

    6.5 Years Exp.

    Prof. P. R. Jakhotiya

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.(Thermal Engg.)

    16 Years Exp.

    Prof. A. K. Anasane

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.(Prod. Engg.)

    5 Years Exp.

    Prof. A. S. Gadre

    Assistant Professor

    M.E.(Prod. Engg.)

    11 Years Exp.

    Prof. P. A. Ganthade

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.(CAD / CAM)

    3 Years Exp.

    Prof. D. A. Pawar

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech (Solid

    Mechanics & Design )

    2 Years Exp.

    Prof. A. D. Bhandarkar

    Assistant Professor

    M.E. (Thermal Engg.)

    3 Years Exp.

    Prof. S. S. Jamkar

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.(Prod. Engg.)

    2 Years Exp.

    Prof. S. S. Kalmegh

    Assistant Professor

    M.Tech.(Thermal. Engg.)

    2.5 Years Exp.

    Technical Supporting Staff:
    1. Shri P.T.Wankhade (Workshop Instructor)
    2. Shri. D.M. Raut (Workshop Instructor)
    3. Shri. C.A. Bhatkule (Workshop Instructor)
    4. Shri. R.C. Pawar (Workshop Instructor)
    5. Shri. A.P. Deshmukh (Workshop Instructor)
    6. Shri N. G. Marulkar (Lab Assistant)
    7. Shri. R.C. Baraskar (Workshop Attendant)
    8. Shri. P. H. Sahu(Lab Attendant)
    9. Shri R. H. Radake(Peon)

    • CAD Lab
    • Drawing Hall
    • Engineering Mettulargy Lab
    • Fluid Power Lab
    • Heat Transfer Lab
    • Measurement System Lab
    • Workshop (Smithy, Sheet Metal & Foundry Shop)
    • Workshop(Carpentary)
    • Workshop(Fitting)
    • Workshop(Taps & Dies)

    EVENT AND ACTIVITY

    • News for Virtual Round SAEINDIA....Click Here
    • Best Department Award for Umang 2018...Click Here
    • Yantra poojan, Dussehra celebration2017-18...Click Here
    • Teacher's Day Celebration 2017-18...Click Here
    • Engineer's Day Celebration 2017-18...Click Here
    • Participation in Formula Kart Design Challenge by FMAC at MECO, Kartopia, Banglore....Click Here
    • Inauguration of Mechanical Engineering Students Association (MESA) by the hands of Mr. Pradeep Ghare ,Business Consultant, Nirmiti Precision pvt. ltd, Nashik...Click Here
    • Expert lecture on Awareness and Guidance about different Competitive Exams by Mr. Tushar Landge ....Click Here
    • One day workshop on Transforming Challenges into Opportuniuies by Sushant Patnaik ....Click Here
    • Industry Visit of Third Year Mechanical Students to Jadhao Gears Pvt. Ltd. Amravati.....Click Here
    • Dushera Pooja Program ....Click Here

    Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). The role of a mechanical engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. In order to accomplish this, a broad range of skills are needed. The mechanical engineer needs to acquire particular skills and knowledge.

     Departmental Activities News Letters

    Newsletter Session 2017-18.....Click Here Newsletter Session 2016-17......Click Here

    Placement and Internship

    Placements and extended periods of internship held by students during a four-year university degree course that has been specifically designed to accommodate a year "in industry". Four year degree courses with a specialized braches of engineering are becoming increasingly popular and consequently more and more employers are now offering & quot placements & quot  in various firms.

    Both placements and internships are great features. In fact, any experience of working within an organization in the industry wish to work in is incredibly worthwhile and is a great indicator that have career motivation and industry awareness.

    View all Placement Students informations ...Click Here

    HOD FOR MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT
  • Name:  Dr. S. H. Ingole Head of  Mechanical Engg.
  • Mobile No: 9420714796 Contact No:(0721) 2522342 (Ext.)701
  • Email: —
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