Automobile Engineering

Profile Of Automobile Department

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MISSION

M1. To impart quality education and training to the students of department,
M2. Student will equipped with domain knowledge and skills in the field of Automotive engineering and management,
M3. Student should posses with positive attitude and respect for moral values

VISION

To provide highly competent, efficient manpower to meet the ever-changing needs of the global automotive industry and the society.

To prepare students for successful careers in industry and self-employment.

To develop the ability among students to synthesize data and technical concepts for application to automotive design.

To provide opportunity for students to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects.

Introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice.

On successful completion diploma pass outs will be able to

Basic knowledge:Diploma will demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, science in Automobile engineering.

Discipline knowledge: Diploma will demonstrate the ability to conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data and report results.

Experiments & Practice: Diploma will demonstrate the ability to design an automotive or a thermal system or a mechanical process that meets desired specifications and requirements.

Engineering Tools: Diploma will demonstrate the ability to function on engineering and science teams, as well as on multidisciplinary design teams.

The Engineer & Society: Diploma will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve Automobile engineering problems

Environment & Sustainability: Diploma will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global and societal contexts.

Ethics: Diploma will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical responsibilities.

Individual & Team Work: Diploma will be broadly educated and will have an understanding of the impact of engineering on society, demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues and have a clear idea of homologation requirements.

Communication: Diploma will be able to communicate effectively in verbal, written and graphical forms.

Project Management & Finance: Diploma should be able to design, plan and execute projects related to automobile industries in an orderly manner with due considerations for financial constraints.

Lifelong Learning: Recognize the need and be adaptable for independent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes.

To impart quality education and training to the students of department,

Student will equipped with domain knowledge and skills in the field of Automotive engineering and management,

Student should posses with positive attitude and respect for moral values
    Highly qualified teaching faculty.

    Well equipped spacious lab.

    Good infrastructure.

    Meritorious students with full intake.

    Good academic performance in examination.

    Excellent grading by MSBTE in academic monitoring.

    Consultancy services to society

    Remarkable internal revenue generation.

    “Auto Service technician” , under PMKVY Programme

    Automobile Engine Testing Vocational diploma under Community college approved by AICTE and NSQF

    Two wheeler servicing centre facility by PMKVY students

PeriodDetailsName Of Faculty
26th Dec 2016 to 29th Dec 2016Bosch Pvt. Ltd. Chakan Mr. T. G. Chavan
26th Dec 2016 to 06th Jan 2017Induction Phase II Mr. D. S. Rawal
19th Jan 2017 to 21st Jan 2017Mind Power and MCSR Mr. D. S. Rawal
Name Of Industry Or Location Class No. Of beneficiaries
Nashik Engineering Cluster, Nashik 2nd year 52
Accurate Industries Nashik 2nd year 17
Auto Expo 2017 2nd & 3rd year 52
Volkswagon Service Station, Nashik 3rd year 38
Ashoka Tyre, Nashik 3rd year 38
SHAAN CARS.

UJJWAL HYUNDAI.

Regular Shift

Entry No. Of Students I Year(pass) II Year(pass) III Year(pass)
CAY 2016 76 23 -- --
CAYm1 2015 76 14 23 48
CAYm2 (LYB) *2014 77 20 29 38
CAYm3 (LYBm1) 2013 75 36 29 46
CAYm4 (LYBm2) 2012 76 46 32 49

Academic Performance of Final Year (Regular Shift)

Academic Performance CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
Mean of CGPA or Mean Percentage of all successful students (X) 80.53 83.71 78.99
Total no. of successful students (Y) 48 38 46
Total no. of students appeared in the examination (Z) 63 62 65
API = x* (Y/Z) AP1=61.35 AP2=51.30 AP3=55.90
Average API = (AP1 + AP2 + AP3)/3 56.18
NAME AND OFFICE ADDRESS PEC DESIGNATION
Prof. T. G. Chavan
I/C HOD Automobile Engg. Dept.
Chairman
Shri. A.P. Tagare
Dy. General Manager in R & D Validation, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, Satpur Nashik
Member
(Industry Representative)
Mr. P. S. Sonar
Director, Intercon Industries, MIDC, Ambad, Nashik
Memeber
(Industry Representative)
Prof .A. P. Vadnere
HOD Mech. Engg. Dept, MET, Institute of Technology, Nashik
Member
(Academic Institute)
Prof. A. N. Pawar
Lect. In Auto. Engg.
Member
Prof. D. S. Rawal
Lect. In Auto Engg.
Memeber
Prof. S. P. Borkar
Lect. In Auto Engg.
Member
Prof. P. U. Wayase
Dy. Secretary, R.O. MSBTE, Aurangabad
Member
Prof. S.P. Dixit
Lect. In Civil Engg. I/C CDC Govt. Polytechnic, Nashik
Member secretary