About Mechanical Engineering Department

Mechanical Engineering is an engineering discipline that is at the center of solving many of humanity’s grand challenges. Mechanical engineers are involved in exploring new sources of renewable energy, improving energy efficiency of mechanical systems and devising ways to create a cleaner and healthier environment. Society has a growing need for highly trained and well-educated engineers who are able to contribute to the solution of the grand engineering challenges.

Mechanical Department was established in the year 2003. The Department has well equipped laboratories for practical fulfillment of the Program. Department has well qualified, dedicated and hardworking teaching staff. Department focuses on overall growth of students by organizing different technical, social, cultural and sports events. Department also provides personal counseling to students on regular basis. To keep students in pace with latest trends in technology, Department organizes industrial visits and expert lectures. For continual improvement there is a provision of student’s feedback and Alumni feedback.

The department was accredited by National Accreditation Board (NBA) for 3 Years from academic year 2012 to 2015.

Vision

Department is striving for excellence in providing scientific and technical education, to develop intellectual, innovative and quality mechanical engineers and prepare them to face challenges of modern society.

Mission

  • To contribute in providing high, accessible, affordable and quality education.

  • To benchmark with the best global standards of quality education.

  • To engage & motivate students through stimulating & collaborative experiences.

  • To enhance the commitment of faculty, staff, and students to the centrality of diversity, social justice, and democratic citizenship.

  • To implement innovative practices for improving the quality of program.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

The Mechanical Engineering Diploma holder will be able to:

  1. Basic knowledge:

Apply concepts, principles of basic science and engineering in identifying & analyzing routine problems in various industries such as manufacturing, automobile, process, and service

  1. Discipline knowledge:

Provide solutions for day to day problems related to organization of resources, production, safety, maintenance, inventory management tools, mechanism & equipments as per the need of manufacturing activity.

  1. Experiments and practice:

Use various instruments like profile projector, pressure gauges, tachometer, rotameter, floating carriage micrometer and to perform experiments to analyse and solve Various problems.

  1. Engineering Tools:

Upgrade existing machine tools and mechanisms as per need of production.

  1. The engineer and society:

Fulfill need of society by assuring quality of product

  1. Environment and sustainability:

Understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development and also ensure safe disposal of waste.

  1. Ethics:

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics , responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

  1. Individual and team work:

Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse multidisciplinary teams and contribute effectively in various jobs assign during project like erection, development and design.

  1. Communication:

Communicate effectively with subordinates seniors and colleagues.

  1. Life-long learning:

Recognize the need in the field of Mechanical Engineering and prepare to engage in independent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes in it.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Mechanical Engineering programme will prepare students to –

  • PEO 1 : To provide the basics of Engineering to make competent mechanical technician to perform various activities of production and quality on the shop floor in industry.
  • PEO 2: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering principle to solve problem related to mechanical engineering.
  • PEO 3: To engage independently to various multidisciplinary project as member in diverse team.
  • PEO 4: Build and develop to improve their capabilities in the field of technology and for the need of society through lifelong learning.

PSO: Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Students of Diploma in Mechanical Engineering should be able to –

  1. Perform various machining operations
  2. Use various design software like Auto-CAD, Cre-O.
  3. Perform various duties allotted in Quality department
  4. Supervise and handle various production processes.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Teaching Faculty With Effect from July 2017
Sr. No.Name of FacultyDesignationSpecializationQualificationExperience
1S.R.UpasaniPrincipal Manufacturing,Supply Chain management M.Tech 22.9
2D.S.WelkarSr. LecturerMachine DesignM.E.13 YEAR
3N.A.JadhavLecturerMechanicalM.E.(Appeared)9.5 YEAR
4S.V.KasarLecturerMachine Design & RoboticsM Tech8 YEAR
5B.A.BurkuleLecturerMechanicalM.E.(Appeared) 7 YEAR
6K.P.SuryawanshiLecturerMechanicalM.E.(Appeared)5 YEAR
7P.A. GadeLecturerMechanicalM.E.(Appeared)1 Years
8N. K. AttardeLecturerMechanicalM.E.(Appeared)2 Years
9M.K.HolkarLecturerMechanicalM.E.(Appeared)7.3 Years
10M.S.PimpaleLecturerMechanical EngineeringB.Tech19.7 Year
11Inderjeet Singh DeveLecturerMechanical EngineeringBE
12C.N.PurkarLecturerMechanical EngineeringM.E.(Appeared)3 Months

 

Non-Teaching Faculty 
Sr. No.Name of FacultyDesignationSpecializationQualificationExperience
1S. F. ShewaleLab AssistantMechanical EngineeringDiploma(B.E.Appearing)9 YEAR
2A. S. WankhedeLab AssistantMechanical EngineeringDiploma(B.E. Appearing)1 YEAR

Result

Winter-2018
Third Year
Sr.NoName Of StudentPercentage
1KUWAR PRATIK D.91.33
2KODANGE MANDAR R.90.67
3THAKUR ADARSH S.87.56
Second Year
Sr.NoName Of StudentPercentage
1VISHWAKARMA SHREYA N.87.05
2SHELAKE SHAILESH P.84.00
3WARALE SHANTANU R.80.53

 

 

Summer-2018

Third Year 

RankName of ToppersPercentage
1KASAR NIKHIL90.53
2GAURI JADHAV89.24
3BORSE KALPESH89.06

Second Year 

RankName of ToppersPercentage
1KODANGE MANDAR R.85.89
2KUWAR PRATIK DHANARAJ85.78
KALANTRI HRITIK VIJAY85.78
3WATHORE VICKY TANAJI85.44

First Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1WISHWAKARMA SHREYA NISHANT90
2SHELKE SHAILESH PRABHAKAR88
3TAPPU ADITYA86.80

Winter-2017

Third Year (A -DIV)

RankName of StudentPercentage
1BORSE KALPESH ASHOK90.67
2JADHAV GAURI DEEPAK88.78
3SANDHAN AKASH PRAKASH86.11

Third Year (B DIV)

RankName of StudentPercentage
1KASAR NIKHIL SHANTARAM88.78
2SHAIKH JASMEEN HUSSAIN MOHA.85.33
3MUTHA JINENDRA RAHUL84.89

Second Year (A DIV)

RankName of StudentPercentage
1KUWAR PRATIK DHANRAJ89.63
2KODANGE MANDAR R.89.13
3THAKUR ADARSH SAMJAY87.63

Second Year (B DIV)

RankName of StudentPercentage
1WATHORE VICKY TANAJI88.13
2KALANTRI HRITIK VIJAY87.13
3CHAUDHARI YASHASHRI RAGHUNATH87.00

 

SUMMER-2017

Third Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Zambare Somnath Girish89.41
2Demse Pratikshya Vishwanath86.94
3Patil Darshanesh Rajuesh86.65

Second Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
 

1

 

Borse Kalpesh Ashok83.89
 

2

 

Kasar Nikhil Shantaram81.89
 

3

 

Maniyar Kaif Mugib78.89

 

First Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Thakur Adarsh S.87.18
2Dingore Atharva Navin86.24
3Kodange Mandar Radhakrishna85.53

WINTER-2016

Third year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Zambare Somnath Girish89.67
2Demse Pratikshya Vishwanath88.11
3Patil Praful Sheshrao87.89

Second Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Borse Kalpesh Ashok91.38
2Kasar Nikhil Shantaram89.5
3Jadhav Gauri Deepak85.63

First Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Kodange Mandar92.62
2Pingore Atharva88.46
3Thakur Adarsh88.00

 

SUMMER-2016

Third year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Shelar Mayur Suresh93.88
2Velhal Shubham Sanjay91.00
3Khanware Abhishek89.05

Second Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Demase Pratiksha85.55
2Pawar Omkar84.55
3Zambare Somnath Girish82.33

First Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Borase Kalpesh Ashok89.53
2Kasar Nikhil Shantaram88.82
3Jadhav Gauri Deepak84.82

 

WINTER-2015

Third year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Shelar Mayur Suresh91.66
2Khanware Abhishek89.77
3Velhal Shubham Sanjay89.66

Second Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Demase Pratiksha85.50
2Patil Darshnesh Rajesh84.80
3Wandre Mukul84.50

First Year

RankName of StudentPercentage
1Patil Uday Shubham88.00
2Kasar Nikhil Shantaram87.69
3Borase Kalpesh Ashok86.62
Sr.No.Name of IndustryAddress of IndustryDuration
1Adity FoundryMIDC, Ambad2018-2021
2Seva Automation Pvt. Ltd.MIDC, Ambad2018-2021
3Arihant ServicesPathardi Phata2018-2020
4Singh Crushers LimitedMIDC, Satpur, Nashik2017-2020
5Right Tight FastenersMIDC, Satpur Nashik2017-2020
6Nashik Engineering ClustersNashik2017-2020
7BOSCH LimitedHead Office, BangloreLife Time
8SIEMENS LimitedNashikLife Time
Academic Year: 2018-19
Sr. No.Name of StudentYear and BranchEvent TitleRankPrize
1Tushar PatilSecond Year MechanicalBasketball Zonal, MET ,NashikFirst PrizeTrophy and Certificate
2Rishabh PalavThird Year MechanicalProject Competition (Technobrain 2k19 , GGSP, Nashik)Second PrizeTrophy and Certificate
3Rohit KulkarniThird Year MechanicalProject Competition (Technobrain 2k19 , GGSP, Nashik)Second PrizeTrophy and Certificate
4NiraJ KadamThird Year MechanicalProject Competition (Technobrain 2k19 , GGSP, Nashik)Second PrizeTrophy and Certificate
5Samyak VaidyaThird Year MechanicalProject Competition (Technobrain 2k19 , GGSP, Nashik)Second PrizeTrophy and Certificate
6Mayuri JamadadeSecond Year MechanicalShot put (GGSP, Nashik)Second PrizeCertificate
7Rushikesh PawarSecond Year MechanicalBike Mania (Sandip Foundation, Nashik)Second PrizeTrophy and Certificate
8Shantanu WaraleSecond Year MechanicalDesign it (Technobrain 2k19 , GGSP, Nashik)Second PrizeTrophy and Certificate
9Gauarav MistryThird Year MechanicalCricket (Intercollege, K K Wagh Nashik)Third PrizeCertificate
10Swayam ShewaleSecond Year MechanicalCricket (JMCT, Nashik)Third PrizeCertificate
11Tushar PatilSecond Year MechanicalMarathon 10km (VJTI, Mumbai)Fifth PrizeCertificate
12Rohan JadhavThird Year MechanicalChess  (Intercollege, Brahma Valley college Nashik)Runner upCertificate
13Ashok DabhadeThird Year Mechanical200 m Running (Zonal, K K Wagh Nashik)Runner upCertificate
Academic Year: 2018-19
Sr.NoName of StaffTopic of Training
VenueDuration
1Prof.  Holkar M KAdvances in AutomationThakur Polytechnic, Mumbai26/11/2018 to 30/11/2018
2Prof.  Holkar M KInverter Technology in Air ConditionerGrand Rio Hotel ,Nashik12/01/2019