Mechanical Engineering

Profile Of Mechanical Department

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MISSION

M1.Department of Mechanical Engineering aims to produce quality technicians and citizens who will contribute to countries socio-economic growth.
M2.Department also aims to enhance to the individual potential to meet the carrier ambition and life goals.

VISION

To Develop Globally Competitive Mechanical Engineers to cater needs of Industry and Society.

To develop a mechanical engineer capable of working in diversified fields of construction industry.
To inculcate professional and entrepreneurial abilities in the students.
To develop students with ethical, team building and lifelong learning skills
On successful completion diploma pass outs will be able to Basic knowledge:Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering to solve the mechanical engineering problems.
Discipline knowledge: Apply course specific knowledge to solve core and applied mechanical engineering problems.
Experiments & Practice: Plan and perform experiments to use results to solve mechanical engineering problems.
Engineering Tools: Apply appropriate technologies and tools with an understanding of the limitations.
The Engineer & Society: Demonstrate knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to mechanical engineering practices.
Environment & Sustainability: Understand the impact of the engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the mechanical engineering practices.
Individual & Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse/multidisciplinary teams.
Communication: An ability to communicate effectively with society and engineering community.
Project Management & Finance: Understand engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects in multidisciplinary environment.
Lifelong Learning: Recognize the need and be adaptable for independent and life-long learning in the context of technological changes.
To develop competent Diploma Mechanical Engineers with ethical values for socio-economical development.
To inculcate employable, entrepreneurial and life-long learning skills for sustainable development of the society
To create a learning environment conducive for achieving academic excellence with latest technology trends.
To offer continuing education programmes and consultancy services for betterment of society.
Highly qualified & experienced faculty
Three faculties with Doctorate Degree pursuing Ph.D & 16 post graduates.
10 faculties having more than 25 years of experience.
Excellent faculties with well equipped laboraties.
Strong Industry Institute interaction.
All round development of students with Academic excellence.
Expertise in testing, consultancy & continuity education.
No Staff Achivements
Name Of Industry Or Location Date Class No. Of beneficiaries
Drill Bits, MIDC, Satpur, Nashik 16/09/2016 III ME (SS) 60
ST Workshop, Nashik 2/09/2016 II ME 60
ABB Ltd, MIDC, Satpur, Nashik 7/09/2016 III ME 60
ST Workshop, Nashik 3/09/2016 II ME (SS) 60
Kadwa Sugar factory, Kadwa, Niphad 9/09/2016 II ME (SS) 60
Atlas Copco, MIDC, Satpur, Nashik 16/09/2016 III ME (SS) 60
ST Workshop, Nashik 3/09/2016 II ME 60
Traction Machine Workshop, Central railway 7/01/2017 II ME 60
Narang Cold Storage and Ice Plant, MIDC, Satpur, Nashik 9/03/2017 III ME 60
Shubham Industrtris, MIDC, Ambad, Nashik 9/03/2017 III ME 60
Biogas Plant and Polyhouse, Samangaon, Nashik 18/10/2016 I ME 60
Biogas Plant and Polyhouse, Samangaon, Nashik 18/10/2016 I ME (SS) 60
In Progress

First Shift

Entry No. Of Students I Year(pass) II Year(pass) III Year(pass)
CAY 2016 60+12 57 56 50
CAYm1 2015 60+12 59 49 56
CAYm2 (LYB) *2014 59+11 57 57 60
CAYm3 (LYBm1) 2013 60+12 58 64 57

Second Shift

Year of entry N1 + N2 + N3 (As defined above) I Year(pass) II Year(pass) III Year(pass)
CAY 2016 63+12 63 68 64
CAYm1 2015 63+12 62 62 57
CAYm2 (LYB) *2014 63+11 63 65 61
CAYm3 (LYBm1) 2013 63+11 61 63 69

Academic Performance of Final Year (First Shift)

Academic Performance CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
Mean of CGPA or Mean Percentage of all successful students (X) 8.0 8.5 7.3
Total no. of successful students (Y) 67 64 64
Total no. of students appeared in the examination (Z) 69 63 71
API = x* (Y/Z) 7.42 7.7 6.27
Average API = (AP1 + AP2 + AP3)/3 7.13

Academic Performance of Final Year (Second Shift)

Academic Performance CAY CAYm1 CAYm2
Mean of CGPA or Mean Percentage of all successful students (X) 8.323 7.835 7.572
Total no. of successful students (Y) 47 37 40
Total no. of students appeared in the examination (Z) 59 56 61
API = x* (Y/Z) 6.63 5.76 4.965
Average API = (AP1 + AP2 + AP3)/3 5.59
NAME PEC DESIGNATION
Prof. Sanjay P. Muley Chairman
Mr. U.S. Sonawane Industry Member
Mr. R.R. Deshpande Industry Member
Mr.P. U. Wayse Member
Mr. V.S. Kalmani Member
Prof. R. V. Rupvate Member
Prof. S. D. Sanap Member
Prof. S. V. Gaydhani Member
Prof. S.V. Borde Member
Mr. S.P.Dixit Member Secretary
Name Of Student Class Designation
1 Mr. Kshitij P. Kapadne. III M.E. (S.S.) President
2 Mr. Siddhesh Jaju. II M.E. (S.S.) Vice President
3 Mr. Milind P. Gite. III M.E. (R.S.) Treasurer
4 Mr. Amol D. Gore.
Mr. Sudarshan Shelke.
III M.E. (S.S.)
II M.E. (S.S.)
Secretary
5 Miss Pratiksha Ghule.
Miss Rajlaxmi Darekar
III M.E. (R.S.)
II M.E. (R.S.)
Girls Representative
6 Miss Aditi Lahare
Mr. Bapurao Shinde
Mr. Dhruv Gavande
Mr. Pranit Yavalkar
Mr. Chinmay Sonawane
Mr. Shubham Wable
III M.E. (S.S.)
II M.E. (R.S.)
II M.E. (S.S.)
II M.E. (R.S.)
I M.E. (S.S.)
I M.E. (R.S.)
Members