Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Programme with intake of 60 students is started in 2009 in this Institute. Admissions to this Programme are conducted every year in month of June/July through centralized admission process (CAP) by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE). The Programme duration is of 3 years. The Programme is approved by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) and is affiliated to MSBTE (Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education). The department of Mechanical Engineering have highly qualified faculty and well equipped laboratories. The Vision and Mission statements of the department are as listed below.
To produce diploma level mechanical engineers to serve industry and society and to make them capable for life – long learning.
1) To impart Mechanical Engineering Knowledge to fulfill Industrial and Societal needs.
2) To produce Diploma level Mechanical Engineers capable for pursuing higher studies.
3) To promote Students for serving Industry and Society with high ethical values.
Successfully practice or apply the principles of Mechanical Engineering in variety of employment areas.
Achieve professional success with an understanding and appreciation of ethical behavior, social responsibility, and diversity, both as individuals and in team environment.
Pursue life-long learning through professional practice, further graduate education or other training programs in engineering science or professional fields.
PO1 – Basic and Discipline specific knowledge:
Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
PO2 – Problem Analysis:
Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
PO3 – Design/ development of solutions:
Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
PO4 – Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing:
Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
PO5 – Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment:
Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
PO6 – Project Management:
Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities.
PO7 – Life-long learning:
Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)
PSO1 – Modern Software Usage:
Use latest Mechanical engineering related software for simple design, drafting, manufacturing, maintenance and documentation of mechanical engineering components and processes.
PSO2 – Equipment and Instruments:
Maintain equipment and instruments related to Mechanical Engineering.
PSO3 – Mechanical Engineering Processes:
Manage Mechanical engineering processes by selecting and scheduling relevant equipment, substrates, quality control techniques, and operational parameters.
|SR NO||NAME OF FACULTY||Designation||QUALIFICATION||E-mail Address|
|2||Shri. P.D.Patil||LECTURER||M.E.(Manufacturing),D.B.M||pdpatil1108@rediffmail. com|
|3||Shri. V.S.Paraskar||LECTURER||M.E.(Metallurlogy)||vparaskar@rediffmail. com|
|4||Shri. S.V.Deshmukh||LECTURER||Ph.D., M.E. (Production), M.B.A||sudhirvdeshmukh27@rediffmail. Com|
|5||Ku. S.S.Dandge||LECTURER||Ph. D. (Perusing), M.Tech.( Thermal)||shruti.dandge@gmail. com|
|6||Shri. A.P.Chavan||LECTURER||M.E.( Production Appeared)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||ShriA.P.Ingole||LECTURER||M.E.( Production Appeared)||email@example.com|
|8||Shri A.E. Ghurde||LECTURER||ME(THERMAL)||Anup.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||Shri. A. R. Dawand||LECTURER||B.E.(Mech), PGDMemail@example.com|
|10||Shri. Bhanse S.K.||LECTURER||B.E.(Mech), PGDM||Sanjay.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|SR NO||NAME OF FACULTY||Designation||QUALIFICATION||E-mail Address|
|1||Shri. M K Jaisingpure||Tech. Lab. Asst.||ITI (MMV)||email@example.com|
|2||Shri. V. N. Dhoran||Tech. Lab. Asst.||B.E. (Chemical)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Shri. D. K. Kahane||Tech. Lab. Asst.||D.M.Eemail@example.com|
|4||Shri. L. S. Dhone||Lab. Attendant||B.A.||Lokesh.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|SR No||Name Of Faculty||Name of assistant||Portfolio allotted|
|1||Prof. P.D.Patil||Shri. D.K.Kahane||TPO
Campus interviews/Internship/Industrial training
Student guidance and counselling i/c
Student discipline i/c
|2||Prof.P.M.Kajalkar||Shri.M K Jaisingpure||Time table in-chargeDept.
i/c (SWAYAM, MOOC, NPTEL, Scholarships, faculty development schemes, laboratory development schemes, etc.)
|3||Prof. S.V.Deshmukh||Shri. M K Jaisingpure||Progressive test/Skill test/Unit test in-charge.
Dept – extracurricular activities i/c (tree plantation, blood donation camp, teachers day, engineers day, Gandhi jayanti programs, yoga and meditation, wall magazine, wall charts, dept. gymkhana activities, etc.)
|4||Prof. A.P.Chavan||Shri. D.K.Kahane||Academic co-ordinator
Arrangement of Expert Lecture’s
Parent-Teacher meet coordinator
Arrangement of Industrial Visits.
|5||Prof. A.P.Ingole||Shri. M K Jaisingpure||Dept. NBA co-ordinator
|6||Prof. A.E.Ghurde||Shri. V.N.Dhoran||TW/OR/PR/Online exam in-charge
Departmental cleanliness and house-keeping.
Micro project exhibition coordinator.
Equipment /machinery maintenance i/c.
|7||Prof. A.R.Davand||Shri. V.N.Dhoran||Dept. asst. NBA coordinator
Continuing Education Program. (CEP)
Dept. library in-charge.
Student’s Seminar/Paper presentation/ Technical event, Quiz/project competition i/c
|8||All concerned subject teachers||All concerned lab assistants||Laboratory in-charge officer|
2nd & 3rd year
|1.||Term||*July 01 – Oct 16, 2019||June 26 – Oct 12, 2019|
|2.||First class test||Aug 28-30, 2019||Aug 21-23, 2019|
|3||First internal Institute monitoring||2nd week of Sept, 2019||2nd week of Sept, 2019|
|4||Second class test||Oct 14-16, 2019||Oct 09-11, 2019|
|5||Winter Break||Oct 25-29, 2019||Oct 25-29, 2019|
|a) Jalamakar Industry, Mzr||1st week Sep. 2019||1st week Sept. 2019|
|b) Thermal Power Station, Paras||4th week Aug. 2019|
|c) Jadhav Gears Pvt. Ltd. Amravati||3rd week Aug. 2019|
|a) Personality Development||Sept 7, 2019||Sept 7, 2019|
|b) CNC & Automation||Sept 21, 2019|
|c) CAD/CAM/CAE||Sept 24, 2019|
|8||Induction program for 1st and direct 2nd year admitted student||Aug 3, 2019||Aug 3, 2019|
|9||CEP 3D printing||4th week Sept. 2019|
|10||Paper presentation||.||2nd week Sept. 2019|
|11||Micro Project Competition||3rd week Sept. 2019||3rd week Sept. 2019|
|12||Practical exam||Oct. 18 -24, 2019||Oct. 14-22, 2019|
|13||Theory exam||Nov 18 – Dec 05, 2019||Nov 14 – Dec 05, 2019|
|14||Declaration of result||2nd week Jan 2020||2nd week Jan 2020|
|15||Tree Plantation Event||3rd week July 2019||3rd week July 2019|
|16||Shramdan Event||Aug 3, 2019||Aug 3, 2019|
|17||Alumni Meet||1st week Aug 2019||1st week Aug 2019|
|18||Parents Meet||Sept 06, 2019||Sept 06, 2019|
|19||Mid-term student feedback||Sept 03, 2019||Aug 27, 2019|
|20||End-term student feedback||Oct 16, 2019||Oct 11, 2019|
|21||Faculty meetings for review of academic activities|
|a) Pre session start||June 26, 2019||June 26, 2019|
|b) After first unit test/after mid-term students feedback.||Aug 28, 2019||Aug 28, 2019|
|c) After second unit test/after end-term students feedback.||Oct 14, 2019||Oct 14, 2019|
|1.||Term||Dec 09, 2019 – Mar 27, 2020|
|2.||First class test||Feb 05-07, 2020|
|3.||Second class test||March 25-27, 2020|
|6||Paper presentation||As per MSBTE scheduled|
|7||Quiz Competition||As per MSBTE scheduled|
|8||Project Competition||As per MSBTE scheduled|
|9||Micro Project Competition||Last week of Feb. 2020|
|10||Practical exam||March 31 –April 09, 2020|
|11||Theory exam||April 16 – May 07, 2020|
|12||Declaration of result||Second week Jun 2020|
|13.||Shramdan Event||25 Jan , 2020|
|14.||Industrial training (6 weeks)||08 May 2020 –18June 2020|
|15.||Parents Meet||15 Feb 2020|
|16.||Mid-term student feedback||13 Feb 2020|
|17.||End-term student feedback||March 27, 2020|
|18.||Faculty meetings for review of academic activities|
|a) Pre session start||07 Dec , 2019|
|b) After first unit test/after mid-term students feedback.||14 Feb 2020|
|c) After second unit test/after end-term students feedback.||March 27, 2020|
Cost of Equipment
|1||Design & Drawing Lab||Prof. A.P.Ingole||Shri. V N Dhoran||24 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||Acrylic Material Model Set of Solids (dissected)||24800|
|Acrylic Material Model Set of Solids (Non dissected)||24800|
|Acrylic Material Model of intersection of Solids||24800|
|Liquid filled Acrylic Material Model Set to show Section Plane||24800|
|Transparent Acrylic Material Model Set of Planes||17600|
|Acrylic Material Model of reference Plane||13800|
|Model for Development of Surface||38000|
|LR OF Machine Design||25800|
|LR OF Elements of Mech. Engg.||24500|
|LR of Engineering Drawing||25000|
|2||TOM Lab||Prof. P M Kajalkar||Shri. V N Dhoran||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||Model of Rope Break Dynamometer||21365|
|Mechanically Operated Breaking Mechanism for Shoe Break & Disc Break||24175|
|Board Mounted Model of Different Types of CAMS & Followers||10575|
|Model of Single Plate, Multi plate, Centrifugal, Cone & Diaphragm Clutch||17395|
|LR of Theory of Machine||25000|
|Model of Inversion of Single Slider Crank Chain||34000|
|Working Model of Epicyclic Gear Train||10000|
|Rope Break Dynamometer||9333|
|3||Power and Thermal Lab||Prof. A E Ghurde||Shri. D K Kahane||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod||42500|
|Solar Water Heating System Test Rig||40500|
|Model of Charts of Boiler||45135|
|Working model of Rotary internal combustion engine||7000|
|Model of fuel injection pump||7000|
|4||MQC Lab||Prof. S V Deshmukh||Shri. V N Dhoran||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||LR OF Metrology & Quality Control||25000|
|Plug gauge standard make 5.55x5mm||19950|
|Tool Microscope standard make 0.25mm||49623|
|Cast Iron bench Type-300mm Make-Luthra||21850|
|Electronics Dial gauge Make-Mitatoyo||24810|
|Slip Gauge set 112pc German Make||22970|
|Box Angle Plate 200x150x150mm Make-Lutra||27150|
|Height gauge 300mm Make-Mitutoyo||23880|
|Steel ‘V’ Block 100x80x800mm Standerd Make||18450|
|Digital digimatic Vernier Caliper 300mm Make-Mitutoyo||24770|
|Digimatic Outside Micrometer (0-25) Make-Mitutoyo||20560|
|Dial Snap gauge 0.25mm Make-Mitutoyo||21870|
|Digital digimatic Vernier Caliper 200mm Make-Mitutoyo||31550|
|5||CAD-CAM Lab||Prof. P M Kajalkar||Shri D K Kahane||High End PC- Intel processor & windows, HCL||58946|
|Automation studio software||1008060|
|CATIA software VSR.20||932150|
|LCD projector Epson EBS-31||29500|
|LCD projector DELL-1220||25200|
|Think-3 product design education system||500000|
|Mid-Range PC- Intel based core HCL-LX||32940|
|Autodesk Education Suit for Mech. Engg.||518695|
|Lenovo Desktop Computer||679455|
|Network Laser AG Printer Samsung||11048|
|Desktop Computer Lenovo||365205|
|Buffer Control Station||715000|
|Distribution Control Station||735340|
|6||FLUID POWER Lab||Prof. A P Chavan||Shri. V N Dhoran||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||Reciprocating Pump Test Rig||55400|
|Bernoulli’s Theorem Apparatus||37575|
|Flow measurement using Rota meter, Venturimeter & Orifice meter||48155|
|To determine Minor Losses for Flow through pipe fitting||41450|
|Centrifugal Pump Test Rig||48155|
|Pitot Tube Set Up||36185|
|Board mounted Models of various Manometers & Pressure Gauges||20000|
|Set up for Measurement of Pressure by using Manometers & Pressure Gauges||30000|
|Water Pump Test Rig||28000|
|Turbulent Flow Apparatus||38000|
|7||RAC Lab||Prof. P D Patil||Shri D K Kahane||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||Gas Recovery Unit||45000|
|Cut Section of Hermetically Sealed Compressor||4800|
|Vapour Compression Refri. System Test Rig||54600|
|Domestic Refrigeration Tutor||61950|
|Vortex tube apparatus||42000|
|LR of refrigeration and air conditioning||25500|
|LR of thermal engineering||25700|
|8||Automobile lab||Prof. A R Dawand||Shri. D K Kahane||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||LR of Automobile Pollution Control||24700|
|LR of Automobile Design||24800|
|LR of Automobile Engg.||25000|
|Cut Section Model of Mechanical Steering Gear System||17435|
|Cut Section Model of Hydraulic Power Steering Gear System||20285|
|Old Model of Four Stroke Multi Cylinder Diesel Engine||44855|
|9||MAC Lab||Prof. S V Deshmukh||Shri. V N Dhoran||12 practical hours per week as per T-E Scheme||Strain gauge trainer||24856|
|McLeod gauge for pressure measurement||54400|
|Stroboscopic set for measurement of speed||54000|
|Digital hand tachometer||7290|
|Thermocouple set up for measurement of temperature||22586|
|Academic Year||Date/Duration||Name of Participating student||Topic/Title||Award/Achievement||Conducting authority|
|2017-18||16/01/2018||Alok A Raipure||Quiz Competition||Participation||SSP, Parbhani|
|16/01/2018||Rushikesh S Hole||Quiz Competition||Participation||SSP, Parbhani|
|20/02/2018||Pradyumna R Dambelkar||Paper Presentation||1st (Winner)||RRKP, Murtizapur|
|20/02/2018||Milind P Ingle||Paper Presentation||1st (Winner)||RRKP, Murtizapur|
|20/02/2018||Rushikesh S Hole||Quiz Competition||1st (Winner)||RRKP, Murtizapur|
|20/02/2018||Roshan L Bonde||Quiz Competition||1st (Winner)||RRKP, Murtizapur|
|2018-19||7/9/2018||Rahul A More||Paper Presentation||Participation||G P Washim|
|7/9/2018||Satyam B Fulzele||Paper Presentation||Participation||G P Washim|
|12/2/2019||Ram Dhole||Quiz Competition||Participation||G P Bramhapuri|