According to Oxford dictionary, a Mechanical Engineer is a discipline having a blend of mathematics & Science with experience & judgment for production of useful serviceable goods with economy of material. Mechanical engineers require a solid understanding of key concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, energy & manufacturing. They use these Principles in the design & analysis of automobiles, aircraft, heating & cooling systems, buildings & bridges, industrial equipment & machinery & machinery & many more.
The B.E. in Mechanical Engineering is a comprehensive degree programme. The goal of the curriculum is to create a flexible undergraduate educational experience in design, mathematics, modeling, computing, management, engineering science, humanities, social sciences & fine arts. Principal study topics include fluid mechanics, thermodynamics & heart transfer, solid mechanics, materials engineering, manufacturing, energy systems, dynamics & control, Computer Aided Design(CAD). Computer Integrated Manufacturing(CIM) & others.
Cutting-edge laboratories & facilities
Department of Mechanical Engineering has
Basic Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Enginerring Graphics lab Drawing Hall
The department has a modern workshop equipped with the latest machinery in fitting, Machine shop & facility of welding shop. The department has a well developed workshop for the students of all branches. It includes various shops like Machine shop. Welding shop, Sheet Metal shop, Carpentry shop & smithy shop. The machine shop has various machines like Lathe, Milling, Shaper, Planner, Drilling Power-Hexa, Grinding etc.
Students have access to
Mechanical modeling software – AutoCAD, Catia.
Mechanical Engineer is a self employed engineer as a consultant or entrepreneur. The programme enables the students to take up careers in a broad spectrum of industries. Many of the IT industries too have CAD/CAM divisions, which increases the job potential of mechanical engineers with increase in demand for automotive experts in the domestic & international markets, graduates of mechanical engineering have a bright future ahead.
|Sr. No.||Name of Faculty||Experience||Designation||Qualification||Workshop/Conferences Attended|
|01||Mahesh Purshottam Nagarkar||18 years||HoD and Asso. Prof.||ME (Design)
|·STTP on “Intelligent control using NN” at IIT Kanpur
·FDP on “Advanced Engineering Optimization Through Intelligent Techniques” held at SVNIT
·STTP on “Tribo centered Maintenance” at NIT Hamirpur.
|02||Rajale Ranjit Vasant||05||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design)||·Optimization techniques for Engineering
·MATLAB and Optimization
·Eyantra VIT Pune
|03||Desale Digambar Dnyandeo||05||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design)||·Optimization techniques for Engineering held at Indapur
·Advancements in Tribology, IIM Pune Chapter
·Eyantra VIT Pune
|04||Kale Aditya Balkrushna||04||Asst. Prof.||ME (Automotive)||·ISRO- FEST
|05||ChavanYogesh Suresh||03||Asst. Prof.||M-Tech Production||·RTME|
|06||Gandal Ganesh Bajirao||05||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design Appear)||·Subject advancements and learning accomplishment workshop
|07||Tarde Abhimanu Indrabhan||01||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design Appear)||·Workshop on DOE, Bio-diesel, Robotics|
|08||Munfan Prashant Sarjerao||03||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design)||·NCADTE
|09||Walunj Pratibha Radhakishna||01||Asst. Prof.||ME (Heat Power)||·ICRTPCS|
|10||Pawar Harshad Bhagwat||05||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design)||·EMVN
|11||Pathan Farhan Ayyub||06||Asst. Prof.||ME (Design)||·NCADTE