Department Of Mechanical Engineering

About Department

The department of Mechanical Engineering incepted in the year of 2002 with an intake of 60 students at Under Graduate (B-Tech) level and intake increased to 120 students (2006) and 180 (2013). The department also offers Post Graduate Courses, M-Tech. in (Design Engineering). The department has also recognized as Phd Research Centre in year the 2012. The Department has balanced combination of experienced and qualified faculty members along with the young, dynamic and dedicated faculty members. The department has fully fledged 15 laboratories & Workshop with state of art technology equipment’s and they are armed with the recent software highly demanded by the employers. The Department of Mechanical Engineering always has emphasis to impart the recent trends to make the students capable to take the challenges to meet the needs of current industrial Scenario. The Department of Mechanical Engineering stand committed to technical, moral and intellectual growth of the students and provides the best possible job placement through the training and placement cell. The Department of Mechanical Engineering aims to transform the raw intelligent input into committed engineering graduates and to explore the hidden capabilities of the students towards the best leadership and technological management strength which makes them future successful entrepreneur.

Department Highlights

  • Accredited consecutively in 3 cycles by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi.
  • University Top Rankers at Second, Third & Final Year (5 in first 10).
  • Collaboration with IIT Ropar for curriculum development from FY BTech to Final Year BTech Mechanical.
  • Centre of Excellence in Robotics and automation in with TATA Automation Ltd (TAL), Pune. (Presently TATA Brabo).
  • Centre for Training in IoT, AIML in association with India First Robotics.
  • Centre for High Speed Machining with CNC and VMC .
  • Vibrant Nine Professional Chapters.
  • SUPRA Team ranked 3rd among 139 teams across the country & also won many prises.
  • Major Degree B-Tech Mechanical with Honours in e- Mobility & Robotics & Automation.
  • Special track of Industry Internship, Research, Higher studies and Entrepreneurship in final year.
  • Students participation in International Events at Belgium, Thailand, Malaysia.
  • Students Internship in International Universities viz. University of Malaysia-Pahang, Malaysia, KMITL, Thailand.
  • Alumni Working across globe with International brands viz. Jaguar & Tesla and also Civil Services, Defense, Foreign Universities.
  • MoUs with renowned industries for Internship, Sponsored projects and consultancy services.

Vision-Mission & PEOs

Vision

"To be regionally, nationally and internationally recognized centre of excellence in all fields of Mechanical engineering education where the best of teaching- learning, state-of-art research and consultancy synergize"

Mission

  • M1. To inculcate basic mechanical engineering knowledge to students through effective teaching–learning practices.
  • M2. To encourage students for higher studies, research and entrepreneurship.
  • M3. To cater the needs of society in context of mechanical engineering.

Program Educational Outcomes (PEOs)

PEO1: Mechanical Engineering graduate shall have ability to solve diverse and complex industrial problems and find the optimal solutions for society.

PEO2: Graduate shall have ability to apply core technical competency, communicate effectively, demonstrate leadership and entrepreneurial skills.

PEO3: Graduate shall engage in lifelong learning by applying contextual technological knowledge for research and value education.

HOD’s Message

Dr. Rachayya R. Arakerimath
Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering

From The HOD Desk,

Department of Mechanical Engineering incepted in the year of 2002 with an intake of 60 which has increased to 180 progressively. The department also offers Post Graduate Course M. Tech. (Design Engineering). The department has also recognized as PhD Research Centre of SPPU in year the 2012. Department has signed an agreement with Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar for Curriculum Development of B. Tech & M. Tech. The Centre of Excellence in Robotics & Automation have been established in association with Tata Automation Ltd. (TAL), Pune. The Department also have the Centre for High-Speed Machining equipped with CNC and VMC. Department has well balanced combination of experienced and well qualified faculty members along with the young, dynamic and competent leadership. Department has full-fledged laboratories with state-of-art Experimental Facilities and are armed with the recent software which are highly demanded by the employers. The Department of Mechanical Engineering always has its emphasis to impart the quality education considering the recent trends of current industrial Scenario to make them capable to meet the employers’ needs. The Department has good interaction with International Universities such as KMITL, University Petronas, Malaysia, University of Malaysia, Pahang. Faculties and Students are actively involved in Reputed Chapters and Clubs for overall development.

Department Faculty Members


Dr. R. R. Arakerimath

BE- Automobile

M.E -Production-Mfg Automation

PhD Mechanical


Dr. Avinash M. Badadhe

BE Mech

ME Mech

PhD Mechanical


Dr. N. K. Nath

BE-Mechanical

ME-Design

Phd-Metallurgy & Materials Engineering


Dr. Jitendra A. Hole

B.E. (Mech)

M.Tech. ( Thermal Engineering)

Phd-Mechanical engineering


DR. SANJAY SHRIDHAR LAKADE

BE Mech

ME Mechanical Design

Production Engineering


Dr. Subim Nabilal Khan

UG- Mechanical

PG-Machine Design

PhD-Mechanical


Dr. Vithoba Tukaram Tale

BE- Automobile

M-Tech- Thermal Engg

PhD-Mechanical


Dr. D. M. Mate

UG-Mechanical

PG-Mechanical

PhD-Mechanical


Dr. Raju Namdevrao Panchal

BE - (Mechanical)

ME (Mechanical-MPE)

Phd -Mechanical - Solar Energy


Dr. Srihari Notla

B.E. (Mech)

M.Tech (Energy Tech.)

Ph.D-Heat Transfer


Dr. Nilesh G. Jawarkar

B.E-(Mech)

M-Tech-Design

Phd.-Mechanical Engineering


Vikram Shamrao Mahajan

B.E. (Production)

M.E. Mechanical (Machine Design)

Ph.D.(Pursuing)


Dr. P. R. Sonwane

B.E-(Mech.)

M.Tech-Machine Design

PhD-Mechanical Engineering


Dr. Namdev Ashok Patil

B.E-Mechanical

M.Tech-CAD/CAM

Ph.D- Mechanical (UTP Malaysia)


Dr. Srinidhi Campli

UG-Mechanical

PG-Heat Power

PhD-Mechanical Engineering science


Dr. Sanjay Kumar Patel

BE-(Mech)

ME- Heat Power Engineering

PhD-Thermal Engineering


Dr. Anuja Hanmant Karle

B-Tech-Production

ME-Mechanical

PhD-Production/Mechanical (Composite)


Dr. Patil Prakash S

BE (Mech)

ME (Heat -Power)

Phd . Mechanical


Prof. S. S. Pimpale

B.E-Mech.

M.E-Mech.

PhD-*(Pursuing)


Prof. S. J. Jagtap

UG-Production

PG-Heat Power


Prof. P. L. Firake

UG-Mechanical

PG-Design


Prof. Dhaneshwar Sonali Mukund

B.E-Mechanical

ME - Design

Ph.D.(Pursuing)


Prof. R. S. Sundge

BE- Production

M. Tech- Mechanical CAD/CAM

PhD-* Pursuing


Prof. Pruthviraj Devidas Patil

BE -Mechanical

M. Tech Mechanical CAD/CAM

PhD -(Pursuing)


Prof. Narendra R. Bhople

BE -Mechanical

ME-Manufacturing

PhD-*(Pursuing)


Prof. Nitin Jalindar Jadhav

UG-Mechanical

PG-Heat Power


Prof. AKHIL RAVI JOSHI

UG-Mechanical

PG-Heat Power


Prof. Kupade Dilip Mahadev

UG-Mechanical

PG-Design


Prof. Bhavana M. Mariyappalavar

BE- Mechanical

PG- Design Enggineering

PhD-*Pursuing


Prof. Devshette Ashish Rajkumar

BE(MECH)

ME (Heat-Power)


Prof. A. V. Dube

B.E. (Mech)

M. E. (Design)

PhD-Pursuing


Prof. S. M. Kale

B.E. (Mech)

M. E. (Manufacturing)

Phd-*Pursuing


Prof. Ashish Kumar

B. Tech. (MECH)

M. Tech (MECH/Production)

PhD-(Pursuing)


Prof. Sandip Ashok Jadhav

B.E-Mechanical

M.E- Mechanical


Prof. Gunwant Devidasrao Shelake

B.E- Production

M.E- Mechanical


Prof. Shamkant Raman Desale

B- Mechanical

ME-Heat Power

Phd -* Pursuing


Prof. Dilip Parshuram Borse

BE-(Mechanical)

ME- (Design Engg.)

Phd -*Pursuing


Prof . Sunil A. More

B.E -(Mech)

PG-Heat Power

PhD-* Pursuing


Prof. J. A. Kute

UG-Production

PG-Mechanical(HP)


Prof. Monika Mane

BE-(Mech)

M.E-(Design)


Mr Mangesh Ambadas Ahire

BE.Mechanical Engineering

ME.Mechanical Engineering

PhD Mech Engg (Pursuing)


Prof. Sagar Ashok Thengil

BE Mechanical Engg

M.Tech (Heat Power)


Prof. Krishan Pradeep Pandey

BE Mechanical Engg

ME (Mechanical Design)


Prof. Niesh Sudam Navagale

BE Mechanical Engg.

M.E.Mechanical -Design Engg.

Mechanical Engg.(pursuing)


Prof.Balaji Dnyandeo Kshirsagar

BE Mechanical Engg

M.Tech Mechanical (Design)Engineering

Mechanical Engg.(pursuing)

Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View
UG Courses
F.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
S.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
T.Y B.Tech Syllabus View
Final Year B.Tech Syllabus View
B.Tech Course structure and syllabus 2020-21 View
T.Y B.Tech Honours in e-Mobility Syllabus View
T.Y B.Tech Robotics & Automation Syllabus View
PG Courses
M. Tech Course structure 2020-21 View
F.Y and S.Y. M. Tech Syllabus 2020-21 View

Laboratory

Research Lab

Description:
The Research Laboratory provides an environment for students to reinforce their understanding of the fundamental principles of IT and apply that knowledge through hands-on learning using current technology. The Research Laboratory area is 71.25 Sq. Mt.

Features:
Computers : 20
Softwares: Fedora OS, Ubuntu OS, Java, gcc, NASM, Python, Eclipse, MongoDb
Hardware: Laser Printer
Internet Facility
Wi-Fi Facility

Utilization:
Students can perform the experiments based on: doing the research activities like filling the patents, writing research papers.

Area of Practical:
1. Simulation and Modelling Design Laboratory.     2.Principles and Programming Laboratory.

Lab Incharge:
Prof. R. S. Sundge

Lab Assistant:
Ms. Vaibhav Kore

I.C. Engine Lab

Description:
The I.C.Engine laboratory consists of 5 experimental set up, excluding Student fabricated projects. In this lab many UG, PG and PhD projects are done. Many external students have taken advantage of this lab for their research activities. This lab course is primarily being offered to the II Year B.E. Mechanical Engineering Students to make them understand the Internal Combustion Engines and air compressors i.e. Types of engines, Performance measurements of an engine, Different systems used in engines, pollutants, Air compressors.

Features:
IC Engine lab consist of Single cylinder VCR diesel Engine, Multi cylinder Petrol engine, Exhaust gas analyzer. Total Cost of lab is Rs. 25,89,512.17. Our VCR engine is computerized engine. Exhaust gas analyzer is calibrated by ARAI and IC Engine las has PUC center authorized by Dy. RTO PCMC.

Utilization:
This lab is utilized Mainly for II-year U.G. students of subject Applied Thermodynamics. Apart from this many P.G. students and PhD scholars using this lab for project work. This lab is authorized PUC center.

Area of Practical:
Testing of I.C. Engine, Testing of different fuel blends, Measurement of pollutant from engine.

Lab Incharge:
Dr. Srinidhi Campli

Lab Assistant:
Mr. Khandagale D. S.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Lab

Description:
RAC lab is having four academic experimental setups,three of them of SP ENGINEERS & one of JP TECHNO INSTRUMENT which are regularly calibrated. One research Project granted from BCUD –“performance evaluation of A/C system by using HPHX ,got grant of 175000/-.in the lab display of various important parts of refrigeration are displayed along with their information including working, manufacture etc .In the lab,one research project of UG & PG where these students are currently working & applying for patent is also there of name “fabrication & modification of domestic refrigerator by using PCM’’.

Features:
TOTAL COST OF LAB=46435/-research Project is going on,granted from BCUD –“performance evaluation of A/C system by using HPHX ,got grant of 175000/-.in the lab display of various important parts of refrigeration are displayed along with their information including working, manufacture etc.Recently lab is used by TE MECHANICAL Studentsof DY.PATIL,VARALE for practical conduction

Utilization:
This lab is utilized by Diploma, UG,PG students & PhD scholar for Conducting practicals & Research work.

Area of Practical:
Refrigeration & air conditioning systems

Lab Incharge:
PROF. J. A. Kute

Lab Assistant:
Mr. Kokate P. B.

Heat Transfer Lab

Description:
The Heat Transfer laboratory consists of 10 experimental set up, including Student fabricated projects. This lab course is primarily being offered to the III Year B.E. Mechanical Engineering Students to make them understand the principles of Heat Transfer i.e. conduction, convection, Radiation, boiling and Condensation modes of heat transfer. One research Project granted from BCUD –“Analysis of horizontal rectangular fin array dissipating heat by natural convection,got grant of 75000/-.

Features:
Major setup of HT lab is Shell and Tube type Heat Exchanger. One research Project granted from BCUD –“Analysis of horizontal rectangular fin array dissipating heat by natural convection, got grant of 75000/-.

Utilization:
Heat Transfer lab is utilizing for conducting practicale of Heat Transfer subject. Apart from that many research scholar using Heat Transfer lab for testing of Mode of Heat Transfer of different Material with different setup.

Area of Practical:
Heat Transfer

Lab Incharge:
Prof. PROF.S. R. Desale

Lab Assistant:
Mr. S. D. Sutar

Metallurgy Lab

Description:
Metallurgical Analysis can be a valuable source of information to any industry working with metals. The engineers in Laboratory Testing Inc.’s metallurgical analysis laboratory can examine samples to detect surface and internal flaws, determine microstructural features, evaluate heat treatments and ensure conformance to required specifications. Root cause failure analysis can also be performed when performance issues occur with metal products.Metallurgical analysis is performed by engineering students using a wide range of microscopic and macroscopic examination methods, microhardness testing and state-of-the-art equipment.

Features:
Major setup of Metallugy lab is Vicker,rockwell radness tester.

Utilization:
Metallurgiocal lab is utilizing for conducting practicale of Material Science & Metallurgy subject. Apart from that many research scholar using Matallurgy lab for testing of Material with different setup.

Area of Practical:
Distructive testing and Non-Destructive Testing.

Lab Incharge:
Dr. N. G. Jawarkar

Lab Assistant:
Mr. Khandagale D. S.

CAD / CAM Lab

Description:
CAD/CAM Laboratory is basically used for CAD/CAM softawares like Pro-E, Ansys, Mastercam. Pro-E is used for geometric modeling and drafting. ANSYS is a finite element analysis tool for structural analysis. Mastercam is a computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software program used to generate computer numerical control (CNC) programmes for various lathe and milling operations.

Features:
Highly equipped and updated computers available.

Utilization:
CAD/CAM lab is utilizing for stress and defection analysis by using ANSYS software and CAM software Mastarcam, is used for lathe and mill module operations.

Area of Practical:
ANSYS(CAE), Masercam (CAM).

Lab Incharge:
Dr. N. A. Patil

Lab Assistant:
Mr. Kore V. P.

Turbo Machinery Lab

Description:
The Turbo Machines laboratory consists of modern experimental facilities for basic and applied research work in Rotadynamic Machines that adds or consumes energy. It provides the facilities where students can learn basic concepts and principles of Turbo Machines through hands on experimentation on different equipments.

Features:
Francis Turbine, Centrifugal Pump, Pelon Wheel.

Utilization:
Practicals of Turbo Machines, Practicals of Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Civil Engineering.

Area of Practical:
Performance analysis of Turbo Machines.

Lab Incharge:
Prof. P. S. Patil

Lab Assistant:
MR. K. A. Budhner

Industrial Fluid Power Lab

Description:
Fluid power is the technology that deals with the generation, control and transmission of forces and movement of mechanical element or system with the use of pressurized fluids in a confined system. Both liquids and gases are considered fluids. Fluid power system includes a hydraulic system (hydra meaning water in Greek) and a pneumatic system (pneuma meaning air in Greek). The IFP lab consists of Hydraulic trainer kit, Pneumatic trainer kit, Pressure relief valve test rig, Compressor. A BCUD sanction research project Correlation between BMD and Radio intensity of Human bones for strength evaluation. A museum that consists of various components in the Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems. The Students of UG and PG utilizes the lab for their research purpose.

Features:
HYDRAULIC TRAINER KIT, ADVANCED PNEUMATIC TRAINER KIT , PRESSURE RELIFE VALVE TEST RIG.

Utilization:
Praticals of hydraulics and pneumatics amd fluid power.

Area of Practical:
Fluid Power Engineeering.

Lab Incharge:
Prof. A. R. Devshetti

Lab Assistant:
MR. K. A. Budhner

Dynamics Of Machinery Lab

Description:
Dynamics of Machinery Laboratory is fully equipped with traditional and advanced Equipment such as FFT Analyzer with four channel, Universal vibration Test rig, Gyroscope, Whirling of shaft and Balancing Machine to satisfy the technical needs and university curriculum of students. Laboratory received research grand of 1,50000/- from BCUD. Also Generated revenue of 55000/- by providing consultancy and facilities available in the laboratory for various colleges and students of UG &PG. Total space available in laboratory is around 70sq.mtr.

Features:
Four Channel FFT analyzer, Universal Vibration T-est Rig Total Cost:- Approx 15lac Laboratory received research grand of 1,50000/- from BCUD. Also Generated revenue of 55000/- by providing consultancy and facilities available in the laboratory for various colleges and students of UG &PG.

Utilization:
This lab is utilized Mainly for IV th year U.G. students of subject Dynamic of Machinery Lab Apart from this many P.G. students and PhD scholars using this lab for project work.

Lab Incharge:
Dr. P. R. Sonwane

Lab Assistant:
Mr. P. B. Kokate

Theory Of Machines Lab

Description:
The subject Theory of Machines is defined as that branch of Engineering-science, which deals with the study of relative motion between the various parts of a machine, and forces which act on them. The knowledge of this subject is very essential for an engineer in designing the various parts of a machine. The objective of lab is To impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. Through this course, students will abale to understand machine kinematics ,transmission element , governors, gyroscopes, Epicyclic Gear train and Gear Boxes Major Experimental Setups in Laboratory.

  • Clutch /Brake Test Rig
  • Transmission Type Dynamometer
  • Epicyclic Gear Train Appratus
  • Cam Analysis Machine

Features:

  • Generate involute profile of gear Tooth
  • Speed and torque analysis of epicyclic gear train
  • Synchromesh, machine tool gear box, differential gear box cam jump phenomenon for an eccentric cam.
  • Gyroscope
  • Cost of Lab in Rs.5,21,013/-

Utilization:
Theory of Machine lab is utilizing for conducting practicale of Theory of Machine subject. Apart from that many post graduate students using Theory of Machine lab for Analysing Different Mechanisms and Effect and Study of Motion with different Experimental setup

Area of Practical:
Theory of Machine Lab

Lab Incharge:
PROF. S. M. Kale

Lab Assistant:
Mr. P. B. Kokate

Metrology & Quality Control Lab

Description:
Objective of Metrology and Quality Control Lab is to select appropriate instruments for specific measurement. Analyze and interpret the data obtained from the different measurement processes. And present it in the graphical form, statistical form. Construct and draw the control charts. Understand ISO certification procedure and quality system.

Features:
Floting carriage microwmeter,gear tooth teseter.

Utilization:
For UG student Metrology & Quality subject.

Area of Practical:
Metrology & Quality.

Lab Incharge:
Dr. R. N. Panchal

Lab Assistant:
Mr. P. B. Kokate

Workshop

Description:
Workshop is fully equipped with traditional and advanced Machines such as Belt and pulley driven manual and automatic lathe machines, Universal Milling machines, different types of grinders. Separate CNC section is available to impart knowledge about programmable atomization and flexible manufacturing system. Basic manufacturing sections such as carpentry, fitting welding, plumbing, black smithy are located in workshop. Total available is around 10,000sq.ft.

Features:
CNC tlathe machine, column and knee type milling machine are the major machines avaiable in workshop. Total cost of equpment is 410510/-.Proper safty measures and machine layout makes this lab unique and different than other labs.

Utilization:
Workshop is utilized for performing the practical activities of students of Mechanical engineering dept. Apart from this, it is also utilized for repair, maintenance and different manufacturing activities of the college.

Area of Practical:
Total area = 810 sq.mtr

Lab Incharge:
Prof. S.J. Jagtap

Lab Assistant:
MR. Sandip Sapkal MR. Ramesh Borkar MR.Suresh Bansode MR.Kiran Godse MR.Minesh Pandgale MR.Ganesh Awatade

Computer Graphics

Description:
CG Laboratory is basically used for CAD software’s like Pro-E, CREO ,CATIA. Pro-E is used for geometric modeling and drafting.

Features:
Highly equipped and updated computers available.

Utilization:
CAD/CAM

Area of Practical:
Total area = 810 sq.mtr

Lab Incharge:
Dr. N. A Patil

Lab Assistant:
MR. Vaibhav Kore

Mechatronics Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with Mechatronics Practicals for third year students. Lab consits of penumatic trainer kit, DAC system, level measure trainer kit, Load cell, optical encoder etc. The total cost of lab is 3,74,169/- & total area of lab is 65sq./mtr

Features:
Lab consists of major equipment like Pneumatic trainer kit, optical encoder, water level tariner etc. Students can analyze the output waveform of different sensors like temperature sensor, speed sensor, pressure sensor also linear and angular motion on computer through DAC system.

Utilization:
This Lab contains Mechanical as well as Electronic instruments. In this lab students can see all these instruments practically. Mechatronics Practical's contains Pneumatic trainer, Load Cell, Capacitive level trainer, Flow measurement, Optical Position Detector.

Area of Practical:
Mecharonics (pneumatic sytem trainer, optical encoder, load cell, water level trainer kit etc)

Lab Incharge:
Prof. G. D. Shelke

Lab Assistant:
Ms. P. B. kokate

Events And Activities

Student’s Achievement

Academic Achievement’s

University Examination- May-2020 Class: -SE
Sr No. Name of Student Obtained CGPA Rank
1 Munagekar Pranjal prasad 9.86 7
2 Shimpi Ashutosh Anil 9.84 7
3 Akshay Ananda Thorat 9.8 10
4 Kate Mayur Rajendra 9.8 10
University Examination- May-2020 Class: -TE
Sr No. Name of Student Obtained CGPA Rank
1 Ghadge Shubham Anil 9.86 3
2 Deosthali Ankita Avinash 9.82 5
3 Salunkhe Sanket Satish 9.80 6
4 Somawanshi Prajwal Prakshep 9.78 7
5 Khasnis Aditya Vinayak 9.73 9
6 Shaikh Sharukh Innus 9.71 10
University Examination- May-2019 Class: -TE
Sr No. Name of Student Obtained CGPA Rank
1 Bhume Nitesh Avchitrao 9.74 3
2 Shaikh Abdul Imam 9.72 4
3 Bahngale Kalpesh Padmakar 9.54 10
University Examination- May-2018 Class: BE
Sr No. Name of Student Rank
1 Rohit Kumat Singh 1st (Gold Medalist)
2 Onkar G. Kulkarni 3
3 Mayur Kshirsagar 4
4 Avdhut Bhagwat 5
5 Suraj Suryawanshi 8
University Examination- May-2018 Class: TE
Sr No. Name of Student Obtained CGPA Rank
1 Gavhane Aditya Sashikant 7 9.74
2 Channa Yogesh Shrikant 9.72 8
3 Vhinas Suresh More 9.72 8

Achievements of Students

Achievements of Students for Academic Year 2021-22
Sr.No. Name of the Professional Societies/ Chapter Name of the Activity Date Participation Details of faculty Participation Details of Student Remarks
1 SAE 5th Annual FSEV Concept Challenge 29/07/2021-08/08/2021 1 30 FMEA Report-Rank19s
Achievements of Students for Academic Year 2020-21
Sr.No. Name of the Professional Societies/ Chapter Name of the Activity Date Participation Details of faculty Participation Details of Student Remarks
1 SAE 5th Annual FSEV Concept Challenge 29/07/2021 - 08/08/2021 1 30 FMEA Report-Rank19s
2 TRS (Online Event) KHITIJ2021 IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal 15/01/2021 - 17/01/2021 1 30 3rd in Roborace IIT, kharagpur
3 TRS (Online Event) SPECTRA2021 SPCOE, Mumbai 26/02/2021 - 28/02/2021 1 10 1st 2nd & 3rd in Pick n Place, SPCOE, Mumbai
4 TRS (Online Event) Navayantram, SVVV Indore 01/03 2021 1 20 1st in Pick n Place SVVV, Indore
5 TRS IIT Kanpur Techfest 13/03/2021 - 14/03/2021 1 15 2nd & 3rd in Pick n Place,IIT Kanpur
6 TRS Projection 2021,Parul University Vadodra 02/03/2021 - 07/03/ 2021 1 16 1st in Pick n Place SVVV, Indore
Achievements of Students for Academic Year 2019-20
Sr.No. Name of the Professional Societies/ Chapter Name of the Activity Date Participation Details of faculty Participation Details of Student Remarks
1 SAE SAE SUPRA 2019-20 2 35 Overall 3rdRank and 2nd place in Engineering Design.

Inter Institute Student’s Achievement

Academic Year 2021-2022
Sr.No. Event Name No. of students Venue Date Event within state/outside state Prize
1 Robo Race 01 COEP Pune Oct-2021 Event within state 3rd prize
2 Bergman triathlon 01 Kolhapur Dec-2021 Event within state Winner
3 KSHITIJ2021 30 Online Event , IIT Kharagpur 15/01/2021 - 17/01/2021 Event outside state 3rd in Roborace
4 SPECTRA2021 10 SPCOE, Mumbai 26/02/2021 - 28/02/2021 Event within state 1st in Pick n Place SVVV, Indore
5 Navyantram 20 SVVV,Indore 1/03/2021 Event outside state 1st in pick n place
6 Projection 2021 16 Parul University,Varoda 2/03/2021 - 5/03/2021 Event outside state 1st in Roboreccer
7 IIT kanpur, Techfest 15 IIT, Kanpur 13/03/2021 - 14/03/2021 Event outside state 2nd 3rd in Pick n place
8 Quiz 01 JSPM’s RSCOE, Pune Dec-2022 Event within state Participated
9 Google Analytics course 01 Google Analytics academy Feb-2022 Event outside state Completed
10 Robotics 01 Hyderabad Oct-2021 Event outside state Runner up
11 Coding Ninjas Data Structure in C++ 01 Coding Ninjas New Delhi Nov-2022 Event outside state Completed
12 Course in Auto-Cad 01 Bright Career InfoTech Latur Nov-2021 Event within state Completed
13 Talent Battel (5 days Workshop) 01 JSPM’s RSCOE Pune Feb-2022 Event within state Completed
Academic Year 2020-2021
Sr.No. Event Name No. of students Venue Date Event within state/outside state Prize
1 Robo Sumo, Quark 2020, BITS Goa 03 BITS Goa 1/02/2020 - 2/02/2020 Event outside state Participated
2 Robo Race, Techfest 2020 04 IIT Bombay 03/01/2020 - 05/01/2020 Event outside state Participated
3 Mind spark 01 COEP Pune 2021 Event outside state Winner
4 Robo event 01 M.P 2021 Event outside state Winner
5 SNIST 01 Hyderabad 12/10/21 Event outside state Runner up
6 Innovision 2020 360 JSPM’s RSCOE 28/01/2020 - 29/01/2020 Event outside state All Dept. Student Actively Participated
Academic Year 2019-2020
Sr.No. Event Name No. of students Venue Date Event within state/outside state Prize
1 TIFAN 05 Rahuri 12/7/2019 Outside state Best Design Award
2 My Combat,International Malaysia Combat Robot Tournament 03 JSPM's RSCOE, Pune 27/07/2019 Event within state International level Event
3 TRS (The Robotics Society, India) JSPM’s RSCOE, Student Chapter Inauguration activity 70 JSPM's RSCOE, Pune 02/08/2019 Event within state All Student Actively Participated
4 Nitro Rally, Techniche 2019,IIT Guwahati 02 Guwahati ,Assam 29/08/2019 Event outside state International Event
5 Workshop on Hyper mesh software 60 JSPM's RSCOE, Pune 4/09/2019 Event within state BE Student Actively Participated
6 TIFAN 24 VIT College, Pune 23/09/2019 Event within state National level Event
7 Fuel Rc 8.0 22 MIT Manipal Karnataka 07/10/2019 - 09/ 10/ 2019 Event outside state 1st in National level RC nitra Racing
8 Annual Tech fest of JNNCOE Robotics Championship (Robosoccer) 36 JNNCOE Shimogga, Karnataka 09/10/20 - 10/10/2019 Event outside state 2nd rank
9 MIT ADT Technical Event 05 MIT,Loni-Kalbhor 14/02/2019 - 17/02 2019 Event outside state Team Druva 1st rank in RC championship
10 TECHNO-VANZA (National Level technical symposium)2019 100 VJTI college, Matunga 27/12/2019 - 29/12/2019 Event outside state Semi-finalist in (Robosoccer, Robomaze, Robostrike) National level Event
11 Guest Lecture on Rapid Prototyping 60 JSPM's RSCOE, Pune 3/10/2019 Event within state BE Student Actively Participated
12 Robo Maze 03 SPCOE, Mumbai 31/1/2020 Event within state 1st Prize(National Level Event)
13 Techno-blash Robo Race 01 JSPM Wagholi,Pune 5/6/2020 Event within state 1st Prize(National Level Event)
14 Robo-soccer 01 Kestone school of Engg Pune 3/2/2020 Event within state 1st Prize(National Level Event)
15 Robo-soccer 01 JSPM Wagholi Pune 4/2/2020 Event within state 1st Prize(National Level Event)
16 Tech innovation MIT,Pune 01/11/2020 4/2/2020 Event within state National Level Event
17 Techfest 2020 (International Event) 150 IIT Bombay 3/01/2020 - 5/01/2020 Event within state 4th rank in National level in Robotics championship
18 Credenz 2019 (International Event) 20 Pune Institute of computer Technology 18/09/2019 - 19/09/2019 Event within state 1st Rank national level
19 Roboveda 2019(International Event) 40 SNSIT, Hyderabad, Telangana 6/10/2019 - 7/10/2019 Event outside state 2nd Rank national level Robotics Championship (National Level Event)
20 Techno mania 2018 05 RSCOE Pune 2018-19 Event within state BE Student Actively Participated
21 Auto Expo Pune Voullinter 05 Auto Expo Pune 2018-19 Event within state BE Student Actively Participated
22 Prastuti 8 03 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state All Branches Student Actively Participated
23 Mechanical Innovision 2019 05 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state National Level Event
24 Design Mania 07 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state All dept. Student Actively Participated
25 CAD war 01 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state All dept. Student Actively Participated
26 Innovision2019 Lathe War 03 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state National Level Event
27 Robotics Events 31 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state National Level Event
28 Skill on CAD 31 RSCOE PUNE 2018-19 Event within state BE Student Actively Participated

Student’s Association

Mechanical Engineering Student’s Association (MESA)

‘MESA’ of Mechanical Engineering Department is an organization formed by the students which works for the students. The basic aim of MESA is to enrich students with different qualities to add dimensions to their personality so that every student emerges as multi-functional engineer who is globally recognized. MESA was established in the year 2004. The motto of MESA is to mould one’s personality in such a way that one becomes equally competent in all streams of engineering. In the recent years, MESA has been working hard to press the students towards the zenith of developing them in an all-round fashion and in years to come, it shall be consistent but with lateral improvements. The governing body is formed of the students. The president of MESA is the head of the Department, with a Staff Advisor and Co-in charge of MESA, while bright and dynamic students are selected for the post of Vice President (from final year), Secretary) and Treasurer (from Third year) by interviewing them. Executive Members (one from each division), and Ladies Representatives (one from each class) are elected by each class.

MESA Activities

Student Development Programme on Product Development Anaysis
Guest lecture on Competitive exam preparation by Mr. Vikram Nadhe
Tree Plantation at village Pachane near Kasarsai in collaboration with campaign of Maharashtra Forest Department
Donation to flood affected areas
PRASTUTI - A PPT presentation
Road Safety Awareness Program, by Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd
3D Printing Workshop
Guest Lecture by Dr. Ram Gadgil on Power of Subconscious mind

MOU's

MoU signed by Mechanical Department
Sr. No Name of Industry/Organisation Date of Signing Location of Industry Leading Faculty
1 Deccan IT Technology 21-07-2022 Pune Dr. R.R. Arakerimath
2 Institute of Technology PETRONAS, Malaysia 08-06-2022 Malaysia Dr. N. A. Patil
3 Kristech Automation 22-05-2022 Hingne khurd, Sinhagad, Road Mr. Nitin Jadhav
4 CADD Centre 10-03-2022 Aundh, Pune Dr. R.R.Arakerimath
5 iTech Robotics and Automation Pvt. 06-02-2021 Khed, Pune Dr. A.M.Badadhe
6 AMS Engineering/Halten cutting Tool Pvt. Ltd. 20-12-2020 Pune Mr. Nitin Jadhav
7 India First Robotics, Innovations & research LLP Pune 01-12-2019 Aundh, Pune Dr. A.M.Badadhe
8 TAL Manufacturing Solutions limited (A Tata Enterprise) 24-01-2019 Chinchwad, Pune Dr. A.M.Badadhe
9 Pooja Castings Pvt. Ltd. 26-12-2018 Bhosari, Pune Mr. N.R. Bhopale
10 Manas Automotive Systems Ltd 10-10-2018 Talegaon, Pune Mr. Nitin Jadhav
11 Abhijeet Engineers 07-08-2018 Maval, Pune Mr. Nitin Jadhav
12 Bently Institute 01-09-2017 Andheri Mumbai Mr.R.S.Sundge
13 Edu CADD 11-07-2017 Aundh, Pune Dr.S.N.Khan
14 Global Engg. Solution 13-06-2017 Moshi, Pune Mr.J.A.Kute

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1:Professional Skills: An ability to design solution for thermal, hydraulic systems, design components and production processes that meet the specified needs with team work and management skills for safety, societal and environmental aspects through lifelong learning.

PSO2: Problem-Solving Skills: An ability to use Modelling and Analysis tools and technologies necessary for obtaining effective, economical and accurate solutions of engineering problems.

PSO3: Professional Career and Entrepreneurship: An ability to design electromechanical and automation systems in multidisciplinary environments through better communication.

Professional Bodies

Fluid Power Society of India (FPSI)

Indian Society of Health , Refrigerating & Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE)

Indian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ISME)

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)

Pune Management Association (PMA)

Quality Circle forum of India (QCFI)

Society of Automative Engineers (SAE)

Society of Advancement of Material &Process Engineering (SAMPE)

The Robotics Society of India (TRS)

Institutes of Engineers (IE)

Interaction

Faculty Interaction

Faculty as participants in Faculty development/training activities/STTPs.
For CAY- 2021-22
Sr. No Name of Faculty Max 5 per Faculty
2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
1 Dr. R.R.Arakerimath 3 0 0 0
2 Dr. A.M.Badadhe 5 5 3 3
3 Dr. N.K.Nath 5 5 5 3
4 Dr. J.A.Hole 5 5 5 3
5 Dr. Sanjay Lakade 5 0 0 0
6 Dr. S.N.Khan 5 3 5 3
7 Dr. V.T.Tale 5 5 5 3
8 Dr. D.M.Mate 5 5 5 5
9 Dr. Srihari Notla 5 0 0 0
10 Dr. R.N.Panchal 5 0 5 3
11 Dr. Anuja.H. Karle 5 0 0 0
12 Dr. N.G. Jawarkar 5 0 0 0
13 Dr. Pavankumar Sonawane 5 0 0 0
14 Dr.N.A.Patil 5 0 0 0
15 Prof. S.S.Pimpale 5 3 5 0
16 Prof. S.J.Jagtap 5 3 5 3
17 Prof. P.S.Patil 5 5 5 5
18 Prof. V.S.Mahajan 5 5 3 3
19 Prof. P.L.Firake 5 5 3 3
20 Prof. N.S.Dixit 5 5 5 3
21 Prof. Sonali M. Dhaneshwar 5 3 5 0
22 Prof. N. D. Ghorpade 5 3 5 3
23 Prof. V.R.Dak 5 5 3 3
24 Prof. R.S.Sundge 5 0 5 5
25 Prof. P.D.Patil 5 5 5 3
26 Prof. N.R.Bhople 5 5 5 3
27 Prof. S.A.Phad 5 5 3 0
28 Prof. N.J.Jadhav 5 5 5 3
29 Prof. Akhil R. Joshi 5 5 3 3
30 Prof. D.M.Kupade 5 5 5 3
31 Prof.B.M.Marayappalavar 5 0 0 0
32 Prof. A.R.Devshetti 3 0 0 0
33 Prof. Srinidhi Campli 5 0 0 0
34 Prof. Abhinay V. Dube 5 0 0 0
35 Prof. Rishikesh H.Tike 0 0 0 0
36 Prof. Somnath M. Kale 5 0 0 0
37 Prof. Lalit N. Patil 5 0 0 0
38 Prof. Ashish Kumar 5 0 0 0
39 Prof. Sandip A Jadhav 5 0 0 0
40 Prof. Gunwant D.Shelake 5 0 0 0
41 Prof. Desale S.R 5 0 0 0
42 Prof. Dilip Borse 5 5 5 0
43 Prof. Sunil A. More 5 0 0 0
44 Dr. S.H.Patel 5 0 0 0
45 Prof. J.A.Kute 5 3 0 0
46 Prof. Priti Y. Deshpande 5 3 5 0
47 Prof. Sagar K. More 5 3 5 0
48 Prof. Monika Mane 5 3 5 0
49 Prof. S.L.Pachpute 5 3 5 0
Total 236 115 128 66

For CAY- 2020-21
Sr. No Name of Faculty Max 5 per Faculty
2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
1 Dr. A. M. Badadhe 5 5 3
2 Dr. N.K.Nath 5 5 3
3 Dr. J.A.Hole 5 5 3
4 Dr. S. D. Shendokar 5 5 0
5 Dr. S.N.Khan 3 5 3
6 Dr. V.T.Tale 5 5 3
7 Dr. D.M.Mate 5 5 5
8 Dr. R.N.Panchal 0 5 3
9 Prof. S.S.Pimpale 3 5 3
10 Prof. S.J.Jagtap 3 5 3
11 Prof. P.S.Patil 5 5 5
12 Prof. V.S.Mahajan 5 3 3
13 Prof. P.L.Firake 5 5 3
14 Prof. A.S.Pawar 5 5 0
15 Prof. Z.S.Baig 5 5 0
16 Prof. B.D. Kshirsagar 5 5 0
17 Prof. V.R. Deshmukh 5 3 0
18 Prof. N.S.Dixit 5 5 3
19 Prof. Sonali M. Dhaneshwar 3 5 3
20 Prof. K.K.Pawar 5 3 0
21 Prof. N. D. Ghorpade 3 5 3
22 Prof. Pratik S. Bharamgude 5 0 0
23 Prof. V.R.Dak 5 3 5
24 Prof. P.R.Mane 5 5 0
25 Prof. R.S.Sundge 0 5 5
26 Prof. R.K.Nemade 0 5 0
27 Prof. A.A. Joshi 5 3 0
28 Prof. V.M.Kashid 3 3 0
29 Prof. N.K. Purwant 0 5 0
30 Prof. P.D.Patil 5 5 3
31 Prof. N.R.Bhople 0 0 0
32 Prof. S.S.Shinde 5 5 0
33 Prof. Umesh Bakal 5 5 0
34 Prof. Roshan B.Borhade 0 0 0
35 Prof. S.A.Phad 5 5 0
36 Prof. N.J.Jadhav 5 5 3
37 Prof. Akhil R. Joshi 5 5 3
38 Prof. Ashish Kumar 5 0 0
39 Prof. Dilip Mahadeo Kupade 5 5 3
40 Prof. Maheshwari N. Patil 0 5 0
41 Prof. J.A.Kute 3 0 3
42 Prof. Dilip Borse 5 5 3
43 Prof. M.B.Darade 5 5 0
44 Prof. Pavan P. Damkonde 5 5 0
45 Prof. Monika Mane 3 5 0
46 Prof. Yogesh G. Jadhav 5 5 0
47 Prof. Sagar K. More 3 5 0
48 Prof. Priti Y. Deshpande 3 5 0
Total 115 128 66
About Portfolio
  • All faculty members have regularly attended FDP / Workshop / Seminar in order to excel the teaching-learning process, development of course content, course and lab manuals etc.
  • Also, STTPs and workshops are attended by almost all faculties
  • Faculties are constantly motivated to participate in various National and International conferences, Workshop, STTPs, FDPs.
  • Many faculties have been worked as resource person for various Workshops, FDPs, STTPs etc.
  • There is a considerable improvement in the interaction with outside world, as per record above.

Faculty Interaction

For CAY- 2021-22
Sr. No Title Download
1 Industrial Visit Record 2021--2022 to 2012-2013 Download
1 Expert Lecture Record 2021--2022 to 2012-2013 Download

Innovative Practices by faculty in Teaching & Learning

Individual Faculty Website

Sr. No Subject Name Pedagogical Practices Followed Name of Faculty Reference Data Feedback Link
1 Thermodynamics Youtube Lecture on Rankine Cycle Dr. J.A. Hole https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14Q2xdGNmRKMR_yGhuMsc64vcX0P_xiF9DQkfu2btQV4/edit?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/QH1PnqgV5cB5G5Uh7
2 Thermodynamics Fire tube Boiler Visit to Sant Tukaram Sugar Works Prof. S. J. Jagtap https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
3 Material Science Extended Topic Lecture on Materials for High temperature Applications Dr. N. K. Nath https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
4 Manufacturing process-1 Virtual Labs for Practical Prof. Ashishkumar https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
5 Manufacturing process-1 Industrail Visit to Mahindra & Mahindra Prof. Rupesh Sundage https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
6 Audit Course Peer Teaching on How to Improve Communication Skills Ms. Gauri Chatur https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
7 Fluid Mechanics Youtube Lecture on Concept of Fluid Mechanics Dr.J.A. Kute https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14Q2xdGNmRKMR_yGhuMsc64vcX0P_xiF9DQkfu2btQV4/edit?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/QH1PnqgV5cB5G5Uh7
8 Fluid Mechanics Peer Teaching Session on Introduction to Thermofluid Applications Mr. Aditya Mahale https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bDzgPlTKZk8xeNV119Y7B0mev1U5E1gC/view?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/AemhGseDt5rm4b499
9 Fluid Mechanics Virtaul Lab Practical Conduction Prof. S.A. More https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
10 Fluid Mechanics Peer Teaching Session on CFD - Introduction Mr. Mayur Jawale https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bDzgPlTKZk8xeNV119Y7B0mev1U5E1gC/view?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/AemhGseDt5rm4b499
11 Theory of Machines Virtual Labs for Practical Conduction Dr. L.N. Patil https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
12 Product Development and Modelling lab Projects related to ED-I and ED-II Prof. Akhil Joshi https://drive.google.com/open?id=1A_LWvT2x3zC87Rrg5ZXu_oFR19FgHWMJ https://forms.gle/zbqawrngaLYTT7He9
13 Heat Transfer Virtual Lab Practical conduction of Tubular Heat Exchanger Prof. S.A. More https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
14 Heat Transfer Extended topic discussion on Analysis of Dimpers and Rims Dr. P.S. Patil https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
15 Manufacturing process-2 Virtual Labs for Practical Prof. Ashishkumar https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
16 Manufacturing process-2 Hands on Training on CNC and VMC to faculty Prof. Dilip Kupade https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZdH459lM8_8NTdnH9QfdV0REA6IRwCqD?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/5GxC4aY24v4GeyLn6
17 Manufacturing process-2 Industrial visit to SSIGMA Manufacturing Advacement Pvt Ltd. Dr. P.S. Patil https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
18 Manufacturing process-2 Youtube Lecture on Quality Circle for Building Quality culture in Institution Dr.Sanjay Lakade https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14Q2xdGNmRKMR_yGhuMsc64vcX0P_xiF9DQkfu2btQV4/edit?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/QH1PnqgV5cB5G5Uh7
19 Concept of Engg Design Projects related to ED-I and ED-II Prof. Akhil Joshi https://drive.google.com/open?id=1A_LWvT2x3zC87Rrg5ZXu_oFR19FgHWMJ https://forms.gle/zbqawrngaLYTT7He9
20 Wind and Solar Extended Topic discussion on Solar Airconditioning Dr. J.A. Hole https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
20 Wind and Solar Extended Topic discussion on Solar Airconditioning Dr. J.A. Hole https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
21 Composites manufacturing Extended Topic discussion on Polymer Matrix Composite materials Appliactions Dr. Anuja Karle https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
22 Thermofluid Application - 1 Extended topic discussion onDessicant Cooling systems Dr. Sanjaykumar Patel https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
23 Thermofluid Application - 1 Industrial visit to Pawana Hydro Power Plant Dr.J.A.Hole https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing
24 Thermofluid Application-1 Virtual Labs for Practical Dr.S.A. More https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
25 Manufacturing systems Hands on Training on CNC and VMC to faculty Prof. Dilip Kupade https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZdH459lM8_8NTdnH9QfdV0REA6IRwCqD?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/5GxC4aY24v4GeyLn6
26 Manufacturing systems Industrail Visit to Mahindra & Mahindra Prof. Rupesh Sundage https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
27 Vibration Control Engg. Industrail Visit to Trimurti Enterprises, Bhosari, MIDC Dr. D.M. Mate https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
28 Vibration Control Engg. Virtual Lab Practicals Prof. N.G. Jawarkar https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
29 Dynamics of Machinery Industrail Visit to Chowagle Industries (Wheel Balancing) Prof. S.S. Shinde https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
30 Dynamics of Machinery Virtual Labs for Practical Dr. P.R. Sonawane https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tc1lRuZy_gYgK4_geR5-LBh_MGdBlFNHrkqKAzDM1JA/edit?usp=sharing http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/feedback/
31 Advanced Manufacturing Process Training on Electrospinning Nanofiber and VARTM Setup Dr. J.A. Hole https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZdH459lM8_8NTdnH9QfdV0REA6IRwCqD?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/5GxC4aY24v4GeyLn6
32 Design of Heat Exchanger Extended Topic Discussion on Design of Plate Heat Exchanger Dr. Shrihari Notala https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
33 Thermo Fluid Application-2 Industrial Visit to Shri Sant Tukaram Sahakari Karkhana (Co-Generation), Kasarsai Dr.V.T. Tale https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
34 Mechatronics and Automation Industrial Visit to Conductix Wampfier India Pvt. Ltd Dr.A. M. Badadhe https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
35 Mechatronics and Automation Extended Topic discussion on Biomechanics Dr. Subim Khan https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
36 Mechatronics and Automation Youtube Lecture on Programmable Logic Controllers Dr. A. M.Badadhe https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14Q2xdGNmRKMR_yGhuMsc64vcX0P_xiF9DQkfu2btQV4/edit?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/QH1PnqgV5cB5G5Uh7
37 Automobile Engg Field Visit to ARAI, Kothrud, Chakan Prof. R.S. Sundage https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
38 Automobile Engg Extended Topic Discussion on AI in Electric Vehicles Dr. L.N. Patil https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
39 Automobile Engg Extended Topic Discussion on AI in Electric Vehicles Dr. L.N. Patil https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
40 Energy Engg Industrial Visit to Shri Sant Tukaram Sahakari Karkhana (Co-Generation) Dr. Shrihari Notala https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8
41 Energy Engg Extended Topc discussion on Nanotechnological Appliaction in Biodiesel Dr. C. Shrinidhi https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
42 Industrial Engg Extended topic discussion on Industry 4.0 Dr.Rachaiyya Arakerimath https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
43 Product Design development Peer Teaching on Opportunities in Automation and Robotics Mr. Shubham Raut https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iUkx_JYjsrxK47LmyDEbCQx9xFtfyY-h?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/SYXJXrgq1eE2FpVp7
44 Additive Manufacturing Youtube Lecture on Intelligent optimisation tools in Rapid prototyping Dr.Rachaiyya Arakerimath https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14Q2xdGNmRKMR_yGhuMsc64vcX0P_xiF9DQkfu2btQV4/edit?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/QH1PnqgV5cB5G5Uh7
45 Hydraulics and Pneumatics Industrail Visit to Hydroelectric and Pneumatic Pvt. Ltd Dr. J.A. Hole https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Goa28EXK5zY0Ct7QGB97wpDpCIansXVF?usp=sharing https://forms.gle/z8WW2CJj1aefhizv8

Contact Us

  • Head Of Department
    Dr. Rachayya R. Arakerimath

    Professor and Head,
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    JSPM’s RSCOE, Tathawade, Pune.
    Pin- 411 033 (India) (Maharashtra)
    Email: hod_mech@jspmrscoe.edu.in

  • T & P Coordinator
    Mr. Nitin J. Jadhav

    Training and Placement Coordinator,
    Department of Mechanical Engineering,
    JSPM’s RSCOE, Tathawade, Pune.
    Pin- 411 033 (India) (Maharashtra)
    Email: tpo_mech@jspmrscoe.edu.in