About Us

Established in the year 1995 it is not only one of the oldest but also the strongest in terms of students strength with an annual intake of 180. State of the art facilities- both hardware and software, Its USP is its Faculty, with a large number of them possessing Doctoral degrees from reputed institutes/ universities.

Mission & Vision of the Department

VISION

To create a sustainable environment for young talents to foster them towards industry ready work force.

MISSION
  • To impart conceptual knowledge and its practical applications by state-of-art facilities of the department.
  • To establish industry - institute interaction for quality enhancement by involvement of industries in the area of technology.
  • To promote the students towards higher studies and research activities.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • Able to apply concepts of mathematics, science and fundamentals of engineering to mechanical Engineering.
  • Able to design and develop interdisciplinary and innovative systems and processes.
  • Able to inculcate effective communication skills, team work, ethics, leadership in preparation for a successful career in government, academia, industry and R&D organizations.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)
  • Identify, formulate and analyze complex and critical engineering problems in thermal, design, manufacturing, energy and other related specialty domains.
  • Ability to find out, articulate the surrounding industrial problems and solving them, employing latest and state of art tools and techniques to provide realistic solutions.
  • Ability to indulge in collaborative and concurrent learning to examine techno economically feasible solutions for enhanced societal life.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Course Mode : Full Time Course Duration : 4 Years Seats : 180 Entrance Exam : Not applicable
Eligibility :

Candidates score in JEE Main exams, Conducted in All India basis.

Description

Mechanical Engineering - is well known as an evergreen branch of Engineering. Mechanical engineers can seek jobs in Government Department, Public Sector Undertakings like Railways, Navy, military engineering services, DRDO, NTPC etc. and also there is scope in Private Sector and as well as in research and development department of automobile sector.

As we see nowadays government policy tending towards make in India, start up India and like many more thus we can expect the growth of manufacturing and production industries in new Developing India, thus there will be boost up in job opportunity for Mechanical Engineers.

Facilities

State-of-art laboratories such as:

  • Basic Mechanical Engineering
  • SOM
  • FM
  • MT Lab
  • NC and CNC Lab
  • RAC
  • HMT
  • IC Engine
  • TOM
  • DOM
  • Vibration
  • Measurement & Control

Auto Cad Lab provides latest software advanced and experiences on such as Inventor, Auto Cad, Pro E, ANSYS facilitating students to learn and understanding design, analyze and conduct tests on virtual 3 D models. Students practice and are trained in this lab have been the proud winners of design competitions held in diverse environments.

Workshop is not only spacious but also equipped with latest and relevant tools ,Several items related to building of the infrastructure facilities in the campus are being fabricated here.

Department is also equipped with an Air conditioned Seminar Hall with Audio Visual, intranet facilities, Well maintained class rooms in quantity contributed in creating stimulating environment for teaching learning process. Department also manages its learning resources.

MACHINE DESIGN

Course Mode : Full Time Course Duration : 2 Years Seats : 18 Entrance Exam : Not applicable
Eligibility :
Candidates should have scored a minimum of 50% marks in their graduate professional proficiency. SC/ST/OBC should have scored 45% marks in the text cited above.

Description

M.Tech.in Machine Design program facilitates study of various materials required for the design of mechanical elements. The considerations, procedures and principles of Machine Design are being introduced to the students along with reliability and statistical considerations, deflections and stress analysis for different elements. Design engineer consultant for designing of products and detailed analysis using tools with finite element methods.

  • Successful postgraduates of the program shall have the opportunities such as a Team Member specializing in the CAD & CAE.
  • System Integrator for engineering systems where synergy of both mechanical and control systems are involved.
  • Academic career as a specialist in design related courses.

Recent Activities

Department conducts on an average 2 to 4 lectures on topics of relevance, besides ensuring student visits to diverse professional environments.


DATE NAME OF THE EVENT NAME OF EXPERTS OTHER DETAILS
(target students)
3/23/2018 EXPERT LECTURE MR. RAJIV KUMAR SINGH 180 STUDENTS
3/20/2018 EXPERT LECTURE ON HYBRID POWER PLANT DR. PRASHANT BAREDAR 170 STUDENTS
2/9/2018 EXPERT LECTURE ON MICRO MANUFACTURING DR. J RAJKUMAR 200 STUDENTS
1/31/2018 EXPERT LECTURE ON SEVERE PLASTIC DEFORMATION AND NANO-CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS Dr C. SASIKUMAR 150 STUDENTS
1/30/2018 EXPERT LECTURE ON APPLICATON OF CARBON FOAM IN INDUSTRIES Dr RAJEEV KUMAR 150 STUDENTS
11/5/2016 INDUSTRIAL VISIT MR. MANOHAR LAL 40 STUDENTS
10/5/2016 INDUSTRIAL VISIT MR.ATUL SINGH 50 STUDENTS
9/26/2016 INDUSTRIAL VISIT MR. U G PARADKAR 50 Students
9/27/2016 INDUSTRIAL VISIT MR. UTTAM GANGULY 15 STUDENTS
9/23/2016 INDUSTRIAL VISIT MR. GOVIND SHARMA 50 STUDENTS
9/16/2016 INDUSTRIAL VISIT ABHISHEK RAJVANSHI 50 STUDENTS

Students Performance In Academics/Competitive Exams

Student’s performance in examinations conducted by the affiliating University has not only been consistent but also improving from year to year. Many of the students have performed excellently in GATE/CAT/GRE examinations.


Sr. No NAME OF THE STUDENT(SEM) RGPV/GATE /GRE/CAT SCORE
1. DIVYANSHU SINGH(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.91
2. RAJAT KUMAR YADAV(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.83
3. SWAPNIL JAIN(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.68
4. ASHISH KUMAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.67
5. AVANEESH SHARMA(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.67
6. RAM KRISHNA PATIDAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.65
7. PIYUSH RAJPUT(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.64
8. SHUBHAM KUMAR GIRI(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.64
9. ATUL KUMAR VASWANI(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.63
10. NEERAJ BARDE(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.62
11. RISHABH SONI(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.52
12. YUGAL PATIDAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.49
13. ASHOK KUMAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.52
14. MITHLESH KUMAR RAGHUWANSHI(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.45
15. AKSHAY KUMAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.44
16. ANIKA CHRISTY(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.43
17. AADITYA MATHUR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.41
18. SHOBHIT SAHU(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.41
19. BABLU KUMAR NAYAK(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.4
20. AYUSH SHARMA(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.38
21. SATYAM BADAL(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.33
22. ANIKET KUMAR SHRIVASTAVA(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.29
23. CHANDRAKESH BHUSHAN(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.29
24. BHAVESH RANJAN(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.28
25. ABHISHEK RAIKWAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.27
26. AVAM GAGRANI(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.27
27. DEVANSHU RATNA MISHRA(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.27
28. VIBHAV YADAV(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.25
29. ANUBHAW KUMAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.24
30. SUMIT PANDEY(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.23
31. SHANTANU DESHMUKH(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.21
32. LOKENDRA SINGH SONDHIYA(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.21
33. VISHAL KUMAR MODI(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.21
34. SOURABH INGALE(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.19
35. VIVEK NAYAK(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.18
36. ANAND DIXIT(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.16
37. AVNIT JHA(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.16
38. VINAY KUMAR(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.16
39. ARPIT DIXIT(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.15
40. KARTIK PATEL(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.12
41. NIHAL RAJ(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.11
42. ANIMESH KUMAR PANDEY(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.08
43. MANOHAR KUMAR SAH(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.08
44. ISHAN DIWAN(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.07
45. UJJAWAL SINGH CHANDEL(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.07
46. SHANTANU SINGH(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.06
47. NEERAJ DAKSH(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.05
48. VARAD CHITRANSH(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.05
49. AYUSH PATEL(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.03
50. DURGESH PATEL(III SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.02
51. NISHANSHU DIGARSEY(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.78
52. ANURAG SONAWANE(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.7
53. MOHAMMAD SADAB AHMAD(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.7
54. SATISH KUMAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.69
55. MANISH KUMAR ARORA(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.66
56. RAHUL KUMAR BHAGAT(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.53
57. AMAN TIWARI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.52
58. ANSHUL RAJPUT(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.49
59. AISHWARY TAMHANKAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.48
60. SHIVENDRA SINGH(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.46
61. NILESH SAHU(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.44
62. DEEPSHIKHA SONI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.41
63. AYUSH KANATHE(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.35
64. ARUP MUKHERJEE(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.34
65. PRAKHAR GUPTA(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.34
66. SAURABH TIWARI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.33
67. RAHUL KUMAR SINGH(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.3
68. RITIK TIWARI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.29
69. ARUN KUMAR KUSHWAHA(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.28
70. YOGESH TIWARI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.28
71. SHUBRAT KUMAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.27
72. RAJESH PATEL(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.26
73. SACHIN KUMAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.26
74. DEEPAK SINGH(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.22
75. JITENDRA SINGROLI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.22
76. AKHILESH SAWKHEDE(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.21
77. SHIVESH AGNIHOTRI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.21
78. ANIMESH GOUR(V SEM)

RGPV (CGPA) 8.19
79. KUMAR UTTAM(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.18
80. DEEPAK KUMAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.17
81. ADARSH CHANDRAVANSHI(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.13
82. AYUSH JAIN(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.13
83. NEEL KAMAL(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.13
84. AKSHAY SHENDGE(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.11
85. NITISH KUMAR GAUTAM(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.11
86. ANUJ GOUR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.1
87. RAVI PRAKASH(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.1
88. SUMIT KUMAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.09
89. PRATEEK(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.07
90. RISHI SHUKLA(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.07
91. AADRSH CHOUDHARY(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.05
92. PRAGYAN JHA(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.04
93. SHEKHAR PRAKASH(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.04
94. PIYUSH LIKHITKAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.01
95. ARPIT WADICHAR(V SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8
96. ANUJ KUMAR GUPTA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.58
97. DEVESH AGRAWAL(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.53
98. HARSHIT GUPTA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.51
99. SNEH NAMDEO(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.49
100. ATUL GUPTA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.43
101. VIKRAM KUMAR(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.39
102. ANURAG ACHARYA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.38
103. AYUSH SHRIVASTAVA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.38
104. PRIYANKA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.31
105. SHUBHAM SONI(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.31
106. TINKU KUMAR(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.29
107. SAURABH DWIVEDI(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.25
108. ANSAL SINGH KAURAV(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.24
109. ABHAY SAGAR(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.19
110. SOURABH GHAGHRE(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.15
111. MOHAMMAD SOHAIL(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.12
112. PRASHANT YADAV(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.11
113. DINESH VERMA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.08
114. NARENDRA PRAKASH(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.08
115. HARSH VARDHAN GUPTA(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.07
116. KETAN KARKARE(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.05
117. PRIYANK KOSTHI(VII SEM) RGPV (CGPA) 8.04
118. GAURAV KUMAR (VII SEM) GATE 56.8
119. AYUSH SHRIVASTAVA(VII SEM) GATE 34.8
120. ABHAY SAGAR(VII SEM) GATE 45
121. ANKESH CHOUDHARY (VII SEM) GATE 59
122. ANUJ GUPTA (VII SEM) GATE 43
123. HARSH VARDHAN GUPTA(VII SEM) GATE 36.83
124. SUMEET DHAKAD (VII SEM) GATE 43
125. UMANG CHOURASIA (VII SEM) GATE 49
126. SHUBHAM CHOURASIA (VII SEM) GATE 35
127. DEEPAK MISHRA(VII SEM) CAT 85.2 
128. SOURAV GUPTA(VII SEM) CAT 93 PERCENTILE
129. DEEPAK MISHRA(VII SEM) GRE 314/340