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Mechanical Engineering

Departmental Profile

“Department of mechanical was established in the year 2006.since its establishment, it is growing rapidly.Presently the department has well equipped laboratories, including state of art equipment like CNC Trainer, CAD/CAM/CAE Software etc. Resources of departments are utilized optimally in laboratory classes and in regular practical as well as in research activities also.

The department has well qualified faculty and staff members who are available to students all the time. The faculty members are also busy along with R & D Activities, Research Proposals and extra training activities for students. The Dept. has SAE, MESA, ISTE Chapters for professional growth of faculty as well as students."


Dr. R R Arakerimath
HOD
Mechanical Engineering

  • To impart standard quality of technical skills required for accepting new challenges of modern technology.

  • To prepare students for good analytical ability andpractical hands on skills to face technical challengesof modern society.

Program Offered

Sr. No. Programme Level Name of Course Course Type Medium of Instruction Course Establishment Sanctioned Intake
1 UG First Year B.Tech Engineering Regular Shift/ second shift English 2006/2010 540

Autonomy Scheme

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Dr. R. R. Arakerimath
Professor, HOD
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Dr. Adik Yadao
Professor
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Dr. Anil Sahu
Professor
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Dr. P. J. Bansod
Associate Professor
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Dr. Srimant Kumar Mishra
Assistant Professor
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Dr. Prashant Ambhore
Assistant Professor
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Dr. Anil Bavche
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Chinta Limbadri
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Dipak Patil
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Himadri Majumder
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Kamal Ukey
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Nagareddy Gadlegaonkar
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Naresh kumar
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Pathan Abdul Hai Khan
Assistant Professor
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Mr.Pragat S. Kulat
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Pramod Shivaji Kathamore
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Sagar Hari Sonawane
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Sanjay Mitkari
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Santosh Hiremath
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Subhash Kumar
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Mahadev Valekar
Assistant Professor
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Mrs. Shilpa Dhopavkar
Assistant Professor
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Mr. Saurabh Gupta
Assistant Professor
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Mr.Bharat Shahapur
Assistant Professor
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Mr.Basavaraj C K
Assistant Professor
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Lab Details

Sr. No. Laboratory Name Location of Laboratory Area of Laboratory Lab In-charge Lab Assistant Laboratory Resources/Equipment
1 Basic Electronics/Electrical Lab D408A 69.07m² Ms. Kirti Vijayalaxmi Dati Single Phase Transformer Single Phase Transformer (2) Single Phase auto transformer 230V 8AMP Three Phase auto transformer 440V 15AMP DC Regulated Power Supply FUNCTION/SIGNAL GENERATOR LAMP BANK 230V 10 AMP Cathode Ray Oscilloscope 30 MHz
2 Physics Lab D307 102.19m² Shilpa Narhe Aditi Ghadage Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Hall effect experiment : Complete set up, Study of refractive indices of crystal (Calcite Crystal) Cosine square law of Malus for plane polarized light using photo voltaic cell ,Brewster’s angle for glass surface & to determine refractive index of glass, glass slab, polarizer, spectrometer, Laser Trainee, Solar Energy Trainer
3 Chemistry Lab D308 102.19m² Shubhangi Satdeve Rameshwar Gaikwad Electronic Balance Digital PH meter Colorimeter Hot air Oven ( 18”x 18”x18”) Muffule furnace Stop clock Hot Plate
4 Fundamental Programming Lab D407 102.19m² Amruta Litke Meghali Thakur Computers, UPS, Softwares
5 Basic Civil Engineering Lab D301 67 m2 Jayshree Dhake   Alluminium Telescope Arrows Ranging Rod 3m Line Ranger Open Cross Staff Measuring Tapes 30m plastic, 15m steel, 15m metallic Hammer 3 Kg Prismatic Compass 100mm diameter Dumpy level Wooden Pegs Metric Surveying Chains 30m Metric Surveying Chains 30m Ranging Rods 2m Plumbing Fork Digital Planning Meter Garm in GPS 72H
6 Basic Mechanical Lab D301 67 m2 Jiajo Mannapuram   Moment of Inertia of a Flywheel Compound Pendulum Setup Reaction of Beem Setup (Dial Model) Belt Friction Setup Metal Hanger 10 Kg Weight Block Simple Lifting Machine Stop Clock Digital Stop Watch Parallel and Concurrent Force Apparatus Simple Lifting Machine Pulley Block Meter Scale Wooden 1m Long Curvilinear Motion Space Force System

Training Program

Research Publication

Year Name of the Teacher Title of the Paper Name of the Journal/Proceeding/Edited Books Volume/Pages Month & Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN. No
1 Dr. Santosh Kumar Iridium(III) catalyzed oxidation of toluene and ethyl benzene by cerium(IV) in aqueous acidic medium Science Direct (J. Mol. Catal) 304, 101­106 2009 ISSN: 1381-1169
2 Un-catalyzed oxidation of cyclic ketones by Alkaline Hexacyanoferrate (III)-Kinetic evidence for the formation of hydrates. Reaction Kinetics (Akademiai Kiado, Budapest and Springer) 95, No.1,153-159 2008 ISSN: 1878-5204
3 Formation of hydrates by asymmetric and cyclic ketones in their oxidation by alkaline hexacyanoferrate (III) Springer(Transition Met Chem) 33,167-173 2007 ISSN: 0340-4285
4 Oxidation of hydrates of cyclic ketones by alkaline hexacyanoferrate (III) Science Direct(J. Mol. Catal) 261, 282-287 2006 ISSN: 1381-1169
5 Oxidation of cyclic ketones by cerium(IV) in presence of iridium(III) chloride Science Direct(J. Mol. Catal) 6075, 1-7 2006 ISSN: 1381-1169
6 Oxidation of some hydroxy acids by alkaline hexacyanoferrate (III) catalysed by ruthenium (VIII) Oxidation Communication 28, No 3, 611-620 2005 ISSN: 02094541
7 Oxidation of some hydroxy acids by alkaline hexacynoferrate(III) catalysed by Ru(VIII) Indian Science Congress (ISC) ,2004 1st week of Jan. 2004 -- ISSN: 2231-5381
8 Effect of post harvest detoriation on clarification and crystallization process of white sugar manufacturer of Cos 91269 cane variety” International conference in emerging trends in engg. & tech. ICETET-09 Nagpur, Maharashtra 16/12/2009 -18/12/09 -- 781-784
9 Dr. Pooja Mehrotra Effect of post harvest detoriation on clarification and crystallization process of white sugar manufacturer of Cos 91269 cane variety” International conference in emerging trends in engg. & tech. ICETET-09 Nagpur, Maharashtra 16/12/2009 -18/12/09 -- 781-784
10 Decay in Juice quality of two prominent sugarcane varieties due to staling during summers in Northern India SHARKARA National journal 2005 -- --
11 Effect of post harvest detoriation on clarification and crystallization process of white sugar manufacturer of Cos 91269 cane variety” ICETET – 09 international conference 2009 -- --
12 Effect of maturity on different parameters of cane juice of varieties CoS91269 and CoS94257 International Journal of Research and development” 2013 ISSN:2279-073X Vol. 1
13 Electronically Operated Anti-Snoring Pillow ICSCS – 10 an international conference and published in IEEE proceeding year 2010. 2010
14 Prof. Shubhangi Satdeve Improvement in property matrix by reinforcement of CaCO3 in high density polyethylene. National conference in Recent trends in organic chemistry Pune, Maharashtra 26-30 January 2011-12
15 Engineering applications and toxicity of Lead National conference in Innovations in Engg. & technology Gondia, Maharashtra 15-16 March 2007
16 Prof. Praveen Jangade Solid state synthesis and characterization of calcium modified lead titanate ceramics International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Advances in Engineering (IJMRAE), Vol. 1, No. I, Nov 2009, pp 115 – 123.
17 Prof. Kirti Jangade Solid state synthesis and characterization of calcium modified lead titanate ceramics International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Advances in Engineering (IJMRAE), Vol. 1, No. I, Nov 2009, pp 115 – 123.
18 Prof. Amita Rathod “Challenges to Diffusion of small wind turbines in India” RPG-13, organized by IET at Beijing, China during 9-11 sept. 2013 2013 978-1-84919-758-8
19 Ms. Archana Kakde, Ms. Manisha Waje Electronically Operated Anti-snoring Pillow using Cam Follower Technique Int. Con.on Comp. Sc.& Info.Tech(IEEE ICCSIT- 11), International. 10-12 June 2011
20 Mobile operated Anti snoring pillow ICECS-2009 Dubai,UAE 2009-2010 441-444
21 Effect of post harvest detoriation on clarification and crystallization process of white sugar manufacturer of Cos 91269 cane variety” International conference in emerging trends in engg. & tech. ICETET-09 Nagpur, Maharashtra 16/12/2009 -18/12/09 -- 781-784
22 Health and safety: Battery leakage leads to fire Int.Conf.onChem,Bio-Che. &Envi.Scs. (ICBEE’2012) Singapore 14-15 Dec.2012 35-37
23 Accident Controlling System by Controlling Head lights ICETIC-06,CivilEngg. Trends, Issues &Challenges UGC-Sponsored, National. 10-11Mar2006
24 Bayesian Net. for Storage & Search of Text Files Co-author ICENCO-04 IEEE3rdComp. Engg. Mr. Hunchate-Auth,Internationa 27-30 Dec 2004
25 Electronically Operated Anti-snoring Pillow MIME2011 ‘Int. Con. on Mechanical, Ind.& Manu Eng. International. 15-16 Jan2011
26 Energy generation by Piezo-electric material ZnO NC-RDME-2013 2013-14
27 Generation of electricity from LED lamp by using solar PV NC-RDME-2013 2013-14
28 A Th. study of non Fermi liquid behavior and quantum critically in u based f-electron system
29 A Th. study of pressure induced nonFermi liquid behavior of small d&f electron metal and analysis of electron specific heat data C/T&Delta C/T as a function of NFL behavior compounds

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POs and PSOs

POs and PSOs

At the end of the programme students will be able to demonstrate:

  • PSO 1: Able to grasp comprehensive and apply the knowledge of mechanical engineering acquired through core courses of engineering.
  • PSO 2: Will be able to apply design, develop and manufactures skills to solve the real life problems associated with industries.
  • PSO 3: Able to use knowledge of soft skills like software tools and multidisciplinary skills to modify and develop new products.

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO 1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 2: Problem analysis:Identify, formulate, 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 t h e specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and 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 modelling 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.
  • PO 8: Ethics:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9: Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
  • PO 10: Communication:Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with t h e 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 t h e 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 multidisciplinary 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.

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