NAAC ACCREDITED INSTITUTE
JSPM GROUP OF INSTITUTES | SBERCT's
Bhagwant Institute of Technology, Barshi.
Approved by AICTE, DTE, MSBTE. Affiliated to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere.

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

 

Overview of Mechanical & Engineering

Our Mechanical Engineering degrees are rooted in real world of industry and the rapidly evolving needs of the engineering sector. Our professionally accredited Mechanical Engineering degree equips students with knowledge and skills across a wide range of mechanical engineering topics. A degree in Mechanical Engineering is the basis for a career in a profession that offers an extremely wide choice of employment. Four core subjects Thermodynamics,Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics and Dynamics will form the backbone of studies and give a sound foundation in Mechanical Engineering principles. Be a modern engineer for the future. We are committed to developing the modern professional engineers for the future. Our emphasis is on active learning, supported by state of the art practices in lectures and tutorials. This program provides a broad-ranging understanding of Mechanical Engineering principles and the confidence to apply this knowledge to real engineering problems. The Department offers Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, programs in several areas of specialisation.

Vision

To be regionally, nationally and internationally recognized center of excellence in all fields of Mechanical Engineering Education where the best of teaching - learning, state of art research and consultancy synergize

Mission

To prepare effective and responsible mechanical engineers for global requirements by providing quality education, a solid foundation in basic and applied research, to generate intellectual property, consultancy and cater to the needs of industry.

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO 1. The graduate shall have successful professional careers, lead and manage teams.
  • PEO 2. The graduate shall exhibit functional and disciplinary skills to resolve real life problems.
  • PEO 3. The graduate shall evolve as a professionals or researchers and continue to learn and adapt emerging technology.

Program-Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • PSO 1: Make the students employable in engineering industries.

  • PSO 2: Motivate the students for higher studies and research.


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Program Outcomes (POs)

1.1) Knowledge of mechanical, mathematics and basic science.
1.2) Fundamental knowledge of Mechanical Engineering.

2.1) Identify the problem and requirements.
2.2) Define and analyze the appropriate solution.

3.1) Design the mechanical system /process/ component / design within realistic constraints.
3.2) Implement the mechanical system /process/ component / design.
3.3) Evaluate the mechanical system /process/ component / design.

4.1) Investigate and formulate the complex problem.
4.2) Analyze and provide appropriate solution to the complex problems.

5.1) Use of modern engineering tools.
5.2) Use of modern engineering technologies, technique and skills.

6.1) Apply knowledge of mechanical field to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues.
6.2) Follow professional engineering practice.

7.1) Function effectively as an individual to accomplish the goal.
7.2) Work in a team to accomplish the goal.

8.1) Understand environmental issues.
8.2) Provide sustainable solutions.

9.1) Understand professional and security issues and responsibilities.
9.2) Understand ethical, legal and social issues and responsibilities.

10.1) Apply knowledge of project management.
10.2) Apply knowledge of finance.

11.1) Verbal communication.
11.2) Nonverbal communication.

12.1) Contemporary technologies.
l2.2) Lifelong learning.

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mechanical, mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to Mechanical Engineering.
  2. An ability to analyze a problem, identify and define the mechanical requirement appropriate to the solution in Mechanical Engineering domain.
  3. An ability to design, implement and evaluate a system/ process/component / design to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  4. An ability to investigate, formulates, analyze and provide appropriate solution to the complex engineering problems.
  5. An ability to use modern engineering tools, technologies, technique and skills necessary for engineering practices as a Mechanical Engineering.
  6. Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge of Mechanical field to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. An ability to function effectively as an individual or as a team member to accomplish the goal.
  8. An ability to understand the environmental issues and provide the sustainable system.
  9. An ability to understand professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibility.
  10. An ability to apply knowledge of project management and finance.
  11. An ability to communicate effectively with engineering community at different levels [verbal and nonverbal].
  12. An ability to keep abreast with contemporary technologies through lifelong learning.

MECHAZINE

The Newsletter of Mechanical & Department

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OUR INSPIRATION

Hon. Dr. Tanajirao Jaywant Sawant

Founder Secretary of JSPM Group

The Engineering College started in the year 2011 with five courses and intake of 300 students. In short span of just 1 year second shift Diploma College started with three courses and intake of 180 students. This is the first Engineering College in Barshi, which fulfills all the necessities of quality education. It may thus be seen that the College is steadily progressing and accomplishing its goals. The College is regularly overhauling and periodically replacing old/outdated equipment and modernizing its laboratories.

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From Principal's Desk

It’s refreshing to see that Mechanical & engineering department has brought out another edition of a Newsletter. These Newsletters help in showcasing various co- curricular and extra- curricular activities that the department is organizing each year dedicatedly. It also helps in building up teamwork which is vital in this world of competition. This year (2018-19) also the Mechanical Engineering department organized many Industrial visits to aid students from their study and knowledge point of view... It was genuinely inspiring to see the students and the teachers work in sync and execute such wonderful activities all year long. I wish them all the very best, my blessings are always with them! Keep it up

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From HOD's Desk

It gives me great opportunity to present the second issue of “Mechanize” The Newsletter of Mechanical Department. This news- letter is one of the ways in which we can disseminate information on the life of the department, the current semester was full of various activities by the students and faculties in academics, co-curricular, extra-curricular as well as research and developments. As you read through the pages you will realize, that the department had a particularly successful semester. I would like to thank my colleagues for their tireless efforts to help the department progress at a very steady pace.

VARIOUS ACTIVITIES

Event 1

Mr. Shrikant Bidwal from CAD CAM Guru Pvt.Ltd, Pune.

Conducted Expert lecture on design software solutions and its applications in industry on 09/07/2018. This expert lecture is arranged to give the knowledge to mechanical students about current trend in design industry

Program 1

Mr. Bhivaji Suryavanshi from Static solutions, Pune.

Conducted Expert lecture on design software solutions and its applications in industry on 12/07/2018. This expert lecture is arranged to give the knowledge to mechanical students about current trend in design industry.

Program 1

Faculty Development Program

A faculty development program conducted by Prof. Kulkarni sir from HadpsarOn 28/07/2018. This program intended to give the guidelines to faculty members about teaching learning methodologies.

Event 4

Teacher's Day Celebration

The Teachers Day is arranged & celebrated on 5 th Sept by all Mechanical Engineering students,

Demo Program

Mahindra Vehicles Testing and demonstration Programm

Mahindra sales and services team from Solapur, given a vehicle engine test and demonstration program on 8th Aug 2018 for the faculty and third year Mechanical students related to automobile and power engineering subject

One day Workshop

One Day Workshop

A one day workshop is arranged for 12th Std, Students on future scope in Mechanical engineering carrier. Near about 60 students for nearby schools attended the seminar

Industrial Visit

Industrial Visit

Industrial Visit is arranged at S.T. Workshop Barshi
for TE Mechanical Students for the Automobile subject by
Prof. Hiremath S.S

FACULTY SPEAK

Dr. Chincholi Sir

Prof. Chincholi V. R.

Today’s super competitive employment arena, professional courses can help you to stand out from the competition. In the recent trend professional and job oriented courses are getting on the priority of students. The complete paradigm of higher education is rapidly changing and nonconventional courses are the need of hour for our developing economy. They provide industry and job ready workforce right from the beginning. To cope up with the pace and growth of professional courses we need to fine tune our existing conventional courses in terms of curriculum and methodologies adapted for teaching. Few of the professional and soft skill courses should be introduced to make our students at par with any other student of a professional course. But are we suppressing our passions in the name of a safer career. The blooming young minds are not getting enough space to get out and explore new opportunities. Professional courses are the need of the present time on account of generating quality product and services but not at the cost of conventional courses. There should be a blend of or at least a combination of the two courses to generate specialized quality product and services as well as to generate and innovate new opportunities and developments. Introduction of semester system with multidisciplinary approach is the best citation of the amalgamation of conventional courses making it more inclusive, professional and career oriented. Now a day education system in India has come a long way and the age old traditions have undergone a new makeover.

Patil D. B.

Prof. Patil D. B.

Education Institutes has its roots in the industrial revolution and prepares young people for a world that no longer exists. Traditional universities were designed to produce many “copies” of certain types of people—teachers, doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc.—who, after “charging” their batteries with knowledge, would staff specific positions of industrial societies and would remain there throughout their careers. Today’s world is very different. As technology develops ever more rapidly, any given body of “knowledge” has an increasingly shorter life span. Information technology automates more and more professions, destroying traditional jobs in entire industries. Success today relies heavily on individual flexibility and creativity. The new world rewards diversity, not uniformity. And being different, apart from possessing hard knowledge, requires “soft skills” and personality traits that are not taught in most of today’s universities: social intelligence, passion, curiosity, optimism and, especially, common sense. Companies can make an impact. Establish partnerships with universities to help prepare graduates for the workplace. The traditional heavily researched historical case studies that are at the heart of many business schools syllabi must evolve to include real time “live” dialogue on real business issues both inside the classroom with company executives, and outside the classroom through consulting assignments, research projects, case competitions and internships.

Gaikwad sir

Prof. Gaikwad D. S.

Think eco-friendly is as like of hard work. Here our aim is to see projects through to completion in most of eco-friendly way as possible. Every business, that no matters as it belong to which industry, it has a responsibility towards the environment. This responsibility is for to beat and reduces the bad impact on the environment. The standard for the “Environment-friendly Campus” is a LEED i.e. a framework for building that meets certain benchmarks for sustainability. Students hold the key to the future of our environment, schools or colleges hold this key to students by education and awareness about the environment. Many Education campuses are taking the pledge to make their campus more sustainable and to reduce their carbon footprints. The green design gives the benefit of an environment as well as provides value to the owner because the buildings are much more efficient, that includes wastewater reuse, rooftop garden, solar energy system, education awareness etc. These details may like small changes at the initial stage of using them and gives benefits in the long run.

STUDENT SPEAK

Rutuja Sawale

Miss. Rutuja Sawale - SY(Mech)

Education provides us knowledge of everything around us and changes us for something better. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It helps us build opinions and have points of view on things in life. One person alone can never achieve tremendous feats in all the different subjects starting from the grass-root level. Educational Institutes provide a sturdy foundation for the students upon which they can build their career. Students gets the first-hand experience of any subject from the school. So, it is the onus of the schools to give the right exposure of every subject to the student. The student can then decide which subject intrigues him the most and can pursue further education in that field. A wrong decision can mar a student’s life. Universities provide the tools with which the individual can further develop his skills and be a specialist in that field. Educational institutes are the primary centers for imparting knowledge, be it any level of academia - kindergarten, school, higher education. They are the guiding systems for leveraging any student’s career. Students are highly dependent on institutes. So, it is the responsibility of the institutes to give high quality education. Most student’s confine themselves to the syllabus. So, the institutes have to design an extensive curriculum with appropriate depth needed for each subject. Also, the technical institutes have to design their syllabus in such a way that they keep their students up-to-date with the technological advances and also that their knowledge doesn’t become stale in a year or two. The institutes also include subjects like development of life skills, life sciences and personal development to instill ethics and morals in one’s life. The institute is non-existent without a good panel of teachers. Institutes organize teacher training programs so that the teachers can also improve their skills. In turn, this enriches the student’s learning experience. The institutes organize competitions for the students. Competitions offer a chance for participants to gain substantial experience, showcase skills, analyze and evaluate outcomes and uncover personal aptitude by the students. Many institutes provide financial aids in terms of scholarships. This assures the student’s that they won’t be falling behind in life because of financial reasons. Through field visits, the students can see the live implementations of the concepts that they have studied and which cannot be demonstrated in the institutes. Through expert lectures and seminars the students can interact with industry people. They can guide the student’s well. Institutes provide libraries. Students can easily get the books that they need without them having to go through the difficulty of finding the books. Thus, institutes provide a climate which nurtures logical thinking and transforms a person into competent professionals. In a way, the institutes are the churning centers for lucrative student careers. Though, it is up to the student to benefit from whatever is offered by the institutes. The career of a student depends on how well he performs. Not only the institute can act like a catalyst, it gives the direction for further professional development

Karykarte

Mr. Jagtap O. C. – TY(Mech)

The non-professional degree offers more flexibility, and is appropriate for students seeking a technical education but who do not necessarily wish to pursue a career as an engineer. There are fewer departmental requirements in the major and thus students can afford more choices to take elective classes in mathematics, science or the humanities. Students in the nonprofessional degree program may be interested in careers in medicine, law, business, government service and in some cases graduate school in other disciplines.


Team B-Tech : Mechanical Engineering

CSE Team
Narwade R. K.

Mr. Munde V. L.

Head of Dept.

M. E. (MECH.) MPE

Tonpe Y. L.

Mr. Chincholi V. R.

Assistant Professor.

M-Tech (CAD/CAM)

Shinde S. G.

Mr. Patil D. B.

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (Design)

Shinde S. G.

Mr. Gore P. G.

Assistant Professor.

M. E.

Kulkarni V. V.

Mr. Hiremath S. S

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (DESIGN)

Pratape P. P.

Mr. Salunkhe M. D.

Assistant Professor.

M-Tech (Cad/Cam)

Kadam N. D.

Mr. Padwal Y. T.

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (MECH)

Kadam N. D.

Mr. Chikhale S. R.

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (Thermal Engg.)

Raule M. B.

Mr. Vedpathak R. R.

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (Thermal Engg.)

Kokare D. U.

Mr. Sarpale S. A

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (Design)

Tulsi A. R.

Mr. Londhe S. T.

Assistant Professor.

M. E. (Thermal Engg.)

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