Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Department, accredited by NBA was established in July 2003 with an intake of 60 in UG course. PG course (M. Tech.- Thermal Engg.) was introduced in 2011 with intake of 18. From July 2012, onwards UG intake has been increased to 120. Department of Mechanical Engineering is working with the objective to enable the students to acquire scientific knowledge, as well as provide a basis for their personal, social and cognitive development. The department is continuously taking efforts to impart state of the art education to students. Department has well equipped laboratories e.g. Material testing, Fluid mechanics & Hydraulics, Heat & Mass Transfer, Refrigeration & Air condition, Metal Cutting, CAD/ CAM, & Research Lab etc. Department has qualified & experienced faculties for teaching & guiding the students for their project/ research work.

Department has successfully completed research projects funded by various national agencies like Deptt. of Science & Technology, MPCST. We have also successfully completed some challenging industrial projects for reputed industries like BHEL, Permali Wallace etc. Our students are placed in industries like TCS, Bridge stone, GEI Industrial System, Adani Power, Jai Bharat Maruti Group, Davi Engg. etc. through campus placement. Our student Mr. Sumit Bankey received gold medal for being the first topper of the university. He received gold medal in the convocation of RGPV on 10/07/2012.
He was also awarded endowment gold medal (Pt. Madanlal Sharma memorial gold medal) for being the topper among BE (ME/EE/CE) exam of June 2011 of university. Our students (1) Mr. Aditya Tiwari & (2) Akshay Athale received Chancellor’s Scholarship for being topper in University Exam.



Departmental Facilities

Computer Centre

Automobile Engineering Lab

Computer Centre

Fluid Mechanics Lab

Computer Centre

Heat & Mass Transfer Lab

Computer Centre

Refrigeration Air conditioning Lab

Computer Centre

Thermal Engineering Lab

Computer Centre

Wind Tunnel Fluid Mechanics Lab

 

Departmental Activities

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Student Participated in Go Kart.

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Participated in E-Bike Cpmpitition

Student Achievements

 

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Got Chancellor Award

Name : Mohan Banjade

 

 

Got Chancellor Award

Name : Akshay Athale

 

 

Got Chancellor Award

Name : Aditya Tiwari

 

 

Got GOLD MEDAL

Name : SUMIT BANKEY

Programme Educational Objectives


PEO 1 Graduates have sound knowledge in Mathematics, Science and Mechanical Engineering for formulating, solving and analyzing the Engineering problems.
PEO 2 Graduates have strong theoretical and practical knowledge in Mechanical Engineering, contributing to society through innovation, entrepreneurial skills, and leadership.
PEO 3 Inculcating among graduates teamwork, communication, interpersonal skills and ethical approach adapting to changing environments of engineering/ technology.
PEO 4 Prepare graduates to pursue higher education, work in R&D, become entrepreneur and make them aware of lifelong learning and professional ethics.

 

Programme Outcomes


Students are able to:
PO 1 Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences and Mechanical engineering fundamentals to solve problems of mechanical Engineering.
PO 2 Identify, formulate and analyze complex problems relating to mechanical Engineering.
PO 3 Design solutions for Mechanical Engineering problems to meet the needs of the society with respect to public health, safety and environmental considerations.
PO 4 Conduct investigations of Mechanical engineering problems for analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
PO 5 Apply modern engineering and IT tools, techniques and latest software to solve Mechanical Engineering problems with an understanding of the limitations.
PO 6 Apply reasoning and the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and cultural issues related to Mechanical Engineering practices.
PO 7 Understand the impact of mechanical engineering solutions on societal and environmental aspects in context of sustainable development.
PO 8 Understand ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the mechanical engineering practice.
PO 9 Work independently or in a team as a member or leader in multidisciplinary tasks.
PO 10 Communicate effectively and deliver presentation with mechanical Engineering professionals and society at large.
PO 11 Demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles for effective project management.
PO 12 Engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological changes.


 

Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs)


The Graduates are:
PSO 1 Able to apply knowledge of Mechanical Engineering subjects to create engineering drawings/ CAD models, analyze, and simulate them.
PSO 2 Able to work in the project teams and develop real prototype utilizing deptt lab facilities.
PSO 3 Able to apply acquired knowledge to arrive at solutions independently for real life engineering problems.


Distinguished Alumni

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Scheme/Syllabus