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Mechanical Engineering

Undergraduate Program (B.Tech.)
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Vision

  • To establish the state of the art learning center in Mechanical Engineering which will impart global competence, enterprising skills, professional attitude and human values in the student.

Mission

  • To impart quality technical education to the students.
  • To develop comprehensive competence in the students through various modes of learning.
  • To enable students for higher studies and competitive examinations.
  • To facilitate students and industry professionals for continuous improvement and innovation.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • Use core competence acquired in various areas of Mechanical Engineering to solve techno-managerial issues for creating innovative products that lead to better livelihoods & economy of resources.
  • To establish themselves as effective collaborators and innovators to address technical, managerial and social challenges.
  • To equip students for their professional development through lifelong learning and career advancement along with organizational growth.
  • Serve as a driving force for proactive change in industry, society and nation.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Student should have

  • An ability to work professionally in mechanical systems including design, analysis, production, measurement and quality control.
  • An ability to work on diverse disciplinary tasks including manufacturing, materials, thermal, automobile, robotics, mechatronics, engineering software tools, automation and computational fluid dynamics.

It is my pleasure to introduce Department of Mechanical Engineering where we are striving to initiate and accelerate versatile development of students in terms of enhancing critical and creative thinking, problem solving ability, decision making, team management and emotional intelligence.

Students of mechanical engineering department not only excel in academics but invest much of time to excel in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Talent pool of experienced and trained teachers of department makes it easy to impart technical knowledge to students, but we also make sure that no stones are left unturned to encourage the students for hard work and celebrate the success achieved in participated activities.

State of the art infrastructure has always been the strong feature of department since its inception in year 1988. Well-equipped laboratories not only facilitates performance of practical work, but available testing and measurement facilitate acts a gateway for students to learn the content beyond curriculum which stimulates the interest of students for research work.

HOD Mechanical

Dr. Munjadas Sahebrao Kadam

Professor and Head

hodmech@jnec.ac.in

Program Outline

The Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Mechanical Engineering degree program is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and offers Choice Based Credit System education.

The program aims to equip students with professional skills for successful career in mechanical and allied industries. The Department of Mechanical Engineering is one of the prime departments at JNEC which accommodates Central Workshop, Innovation Incubation & Research Center (IIRC), Incubation Centre for Vehicle Development, and ten departmental laboratories.

departmental Cover Phto

Since its establishment in the year 1988, Department of Mechanical Engineering has skilled thousands of undergraduate and from 2008 postgraduate students for successful career in the various sectors of global economy. The department, an integral part of JNEC Research Center which offers doctoral program, is enriched with Doctorate and Post Doctorate faculty members having expertise in diverse fields. For doctoral degree (Ph.D.) program identified research areas are in Manufacturing, Thermal, Design, Quality and Reliability Engineering domains. Students are groomed with interdisciplinary approach towards Robotics, Mechatronics, Industrial Automation and Industry 4.0 in addition to the core fields of studies in Thermal, Manufacturing and Design Engineering. The program integrates value based education through National Service Scheme (NSS) and volunteering services keeping societal challenges in mind.

Department offers courses in emerging areas and cutting-edge technologies like Robotics and Industrial Automation, Additive Manufacturing, Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Industry 4.0, Artificial Intelligence etc. Academic delivery of these courses is exercised by experienced faculty with application orientation. Innovative learning initiatives such as Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning and Activity Based Learning in addition to traditional classroom model are equipping students with problem solving skills to explore career opportunities in various industrial sectors.

Key Features

Innovation Incubation and Research Centre equipped with Advanced Technological Platform

  • Industrial Mechatronics (Christiani Sharpline Technical Training Pvt.Ltd. Germany)

  • Industrial Hydraulics and Pneumatics (CSTT and FESTO, Germany)

  • Industrial Automation (Siemens, Germany)

  • CAD/CAM/CAE/CIM/CFD Labs(MSC Adams, USA)

  • Industrial Robotics (TAL, India and YASKAWA, Japan)

  • Autonomous Vehicle ( Driverless Car-ADAS, USA)

  • Electric Vehicle Lab (CSTT, Germany)

  • Advanced Drone Lab

  • Endress+Hauser (Flowtech Division Lab, Germany)

  • Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering Lab (Stratasys Hexagon USA and Zortrax Poland)

  • Massive Open Online Course facility for students for skill upgradation and certification by premier institutes like IIT

  • Industry Collaborated Skill Development Program:

    • Tata Technologies Ready Engineer Program

    • Endress+Hauser

    • Aspiring Minds Common Aptitude Test

  • Connect with Industries through curriculum design and MoU with eminent industries in manufacturing sector for in-plant training, expert lectures, industrial visits, faculty training and mentorship

  • Industry sponsored projects under the aegis of JNEC-MASSIA-GIZ

  • Strong alumni entrepreneur network


Career Opportunities

Mechanical Engineering is one of the comprehensive disciplines among all engineering disciplines. It offers platform for a great deal of interdisciplinary wok. Mechanical engineering graduates apply knowledge and skills of materials, design and manufacturing to continuously develop new products and processes. Career opportunities for mechanical engineering graduates available in following industry sectors:

  • Automotive Industry
  • Maintenance Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Mechatronics
  • Aerospace Industry
  • Energy & Power sector
  • Railway Engineering
  • Defense Sector
  • Space research
  • Refrigeration and air conditioning
  • Process Industry

Career Opportunities

Program Structure

Undergraduate Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Mechanical Engineering is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and is globally benchmarked. The total credits students need to earn are 160 and must complete in 4 academic years. One academic year is divided in two semesters. Continuous and comprehensive assessment (CCA) based on evaluation rubrics comprising formative & summative assessments is carried out during each semester. The quality is assessed by grading system.

Year wise Structure of Undergraduate B.Tech. Program

Sylabus Structure

Activities

Visit to Forbes Smart Machining

Visited Forbes Smart Machining, Forbes Ltd. B-13, MIDC Waluj. Discussion with Mr.Shrish Wadgaonkar, Head Supply Chain and Mr.Shrish Bhalerao (Assistant Manager Supply Chain)


GIZ-MSME Innovation Projects


Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, a German organization has been working jointly with MGM University’s Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College for sustainable economic and social development of the region and with its “MSME Innovation Project” their prime focus is on endorsing Industry-Academia Collaboration and promoting innovations in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). The partnership between JNEC & GIZ dates back to 2016 when GIZ first came to Aurangabad and since then this fruitful partnership has seen many milestones for Innovation promotion in MSME’s. This initiative mainly focuses involving student project teams in live industrial projects. JNEC till date has successfully collaborated on more than 40+ live industrial consultancy projects.

All the respective Industries & MASSIA, the local MSME association has also appreciated the efforts taken by the JNEC teams through last 5 years. Looking at the success of this initiative TATA Technologies and GIZ jointly funded these Innovation Projects.


Industry GIZ projects


Academic Year 2019-20

S. NoTitleCategoryProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Vehicle Accident Prediction SystemSponseredPrediction ofaccident of vehicleHardware to predit accidentPersistent Pvt.ltd,PuneDr Deepa DeshpandeMinalDarakh Sarjil Tikki SagarAglawe Rutuja Joshi
2NRB Security System-ISponseredAutomation of Gatepass taskAndroid appNRB Pvt.Ltd,Aurangabad Mrs.VarshaAjith Shivani Patil Sachin Shejul Sanket Ingle
3NRB Security System-IISponseredAutomation of Gatepass taskAndroid appNRB Pvt.Ltd,AurangabadCharudatt ManeRuchikaShelke Aniket Kulkarni PradnyaGite
4Smart Bus Tracking SystemSponseredTracking of BUSAndroid app and WebsiteAurangabad smart city development corporation ltd.,Aurangabad.Sandip KharatPayal Saindane-406230 Pooja Patil-406222
5Energy Monitoring and analysisSponseredMonitoring of energyWeb ApplicationGetstartedLLP ,Aurangabad.Sharad JadhavBeldar Gaytri-406107 Pawar Riya-406224 Pratiksha Rajguru-406226
6Rucha Visitor management systemSponseredVisitor Managemnt using softwareAndroid application and websiteRucha Engineers Waluj AurangabadMahendra UgaleDiksha Bandela-406202 Rutuja Darole-406205 Prachi Sindhkhedkar406234 Vijay Bhute-406241
7Application for educational InstituteSponseredERP Software for educational instituteWeb Based ApplicationsDnayandeep Foundation center, Aurangabad.Sandip KharatAnkita Jaiswal-406131 Samiksha Jaiswal-406133 Mayur Kulkarni-406174 Sanjoyt Mahajan-406214
8System that automates MP KAIZEN,TPM,DWM and implementation suggestionSponseredManual work conversion of MP KAIZEN,TPM,DWMCentral web based paltformRucha Engineers Waluj Aurangabad Ankita Jaiswal-406131 Samiksha Jaiswal-406133 Mayur Kulkarni-406174 Sanjoyt Mahajan-406214

Academic Year 2019-20

SNTitleProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Engine Harness DevlopmentNormal harnessingautomated harnessingGreaves Cotton AurangabadProf.V.J.LipneBHALE KIRTI WARPADE KOMAL
2Automated Shearing Machine manual shearing machineautomatic shearing machinePower IndustriesProf.V.J.LipneGUNALE PRATIKSHA KHONDE ASHWINI
3Battery Monitoring Systemmanual monitoringautomatic monitoringSunlord Batteries Pvt Ltd AurangabadProf.J.G.RanaLOHADE YASH MIRZA IFTEQUAR NAKOD ROHIT
4Vibration Monitoring of Industrial Motors normal vibration measurementmechanical monitoringRYTNOW Systems Pvt. Ltd, Waluj, AurangabadProf.V.V.UkrandeDANE SAYALI ADGAONKAR SHUBHAM CHORMAGE HARIVIJAY
53D Holographic Displaynormal displayholographic display3D Holographic DisplayProf.J.G.RanaNIKALJE SAKSHI SIDHU HARJYOT SINGH RAMTEKE SAHIL
6Drilling count by using Rasberry Pimanual countauto countVarsha Engineering, Waluj, AurangabadDr.S.N.PawarGHODKE PURVA KOLTE PALLAVI SADAWRATE GAYATRI
7Facing Centering Machine normal centeringface centringAbhijay IndustriesProf. V.V.Ukrande1.AHIRE MAYURI 2.SONONE HARSHADA 3.PATIL NIKITA
8Engine Harness DevelopmentNormal harnessingautomated harnessingGreaves Cotton AurangabadProf.C.S.Khandelwal1.JANJAL DAIVSHALA 2.ZANZURE DIKSHA
9Pesticide spraying and seed plantation using Dronemanual sprayingauto spraying Nath Agro Industries AurangabadProf.A.V.Khake1.BHUSE VINANTI 2.DANDEKAR RASHMI 3.JADHAV MEGHANA
10Quick response fire Extinguishernormal fire extinguisherauto fire extinguisherOmega Enterprises, MIDC, JalgaonDr.S.A.Naveed1.BRAMHAPURKAR PRALHAD 2.KALANI SUYOG 3.SONAWANE MANISH
11GSM based IVRS for load controlling and monitoring normal IVRS for load controlling and monitoringGSM based IVRS for load controlling and monitoringShivam Print Pack, AurangabadProf.P.B.Murmude1.PATANGE ANIKET 2.RATHOD SATYAM 3. SALVE SHUBHAM
12Spot Welding Machinenormal weldingspot wldingAbhijay Industries, AurangabadProf V.J.Lipne1.SHINDE VISHNU 2.MISAL SANDEEP

Academic Year 2019-20

S. NoTitleProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Purification of contaminated air using CNTTo develop a process using CNT through which contaminated air can be purifiedCNT beads after going through activation and other process may be expected to absorb harmful air pollutants from the industrial gas waste outlets.BARC, MumbaiProf. S D Yadav1) Akshita Musande 2) Syeda Saadat Hashmi 3) Krishna Kharote 4) Shuhilkumar Kale

Academic Year 2019-20

SNTitleProblemExpected SolutionIndustryGuideStudents
1Gold Farm Android AppGold Farm Android App Android App for gold farmAlpha Developer Team,AurangabadS S DeshmukhBahalaskar Kiran Haribhau
2MOOC testing(Massive open online course)MOOC testing(Massive open online course)MOOC testing(Massive open online course)Alpha Developer Team,AurangabadS S Parwe, S S MagareMuntode Antonette Robert, Smita Sonawane



Faculty training program at Germany

  • Faculty training program at Germany from 8th to 26th June 2019. A team of six faculty members, Dr.M.S. Kadam, Dr.V.S.Joshi, Mr. P. G. Dhoble, Mr. K. R. Jagtap from Mechanical Department and Mr. V. V. Ukarande, Mr. V. J. Lipane from Electronics Department went to Germany for the period of 15th days in the month of June for attending training for Centre of Excellence on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Advanced Hydraulics, SINUTRAIN- CNC Simulation Software, Pneumatics, Industry 4.0 and Factory Automation
  • Faculty training program at Germany

  • Our faculty S. L. Thengade along with student Vikas Kendre attended a seminar on ‘Idea validation and business opportunity identification and development also presented a project on ‘Home automation with safety features’.
  • SukanyaPatil (Alumni) shared details of research activities at IIT Mumbai in Mechanical department to final yearstudents
  • Our faculty Dr. A. L. Chel and Mr. O. M. Raut attended an AICTE sponsored Short TermTraining Dr. A. L. Chel was invited to deliver a lecture talk on Advanced Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer at Indore college of Engineering on 8th August2019
  • Our faculty Mr. S. L. Thengade along with student Vikas Kendre attended a seminar on ‘Idea validation and business opportunity identification and development also presented a project on ‘Home automation with safety features’
  • Our Faculty Mr.S.L.Thengade and Mr.M.N.Bargir attended a Train-the-Trainer by BMW in Pune
  • Training Program (STTP) on Empowering Innovation with 3D Printing
  • Idea validation and business opportunity identification and development
    Idea validation and business opportunity identification and development
  • An Industrial visit to Aurangabad Foundries of TY Mech students has been arranged by Dr. M. S. Kadam, Prof. A. S. Pathan, Prof. R. B.Patil, Prof. P. S. Shinde, Prof. K. A. Jahagirdar
  • An Industrial visit
    Dr. Munjadas S. Kadam
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    Dr. Ravindra R. Deshmukh
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    Dr. Arvind L. Chel
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    Dr. Abhay B. Kulkarni
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    Dr. Rajesh A. Kathar
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    Dr. Nitin G.Phafat
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    Dilip S. Khedekar
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    Dr. Shahadev B. Ubale
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    Dr. Dhananjay R. Dolas
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    Raosaheb B. Patil
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    Sunilkumar B. Salvi
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    Arif S. Pathan
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    Kirankumar R. Jagtap
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    Sumit D. Kaldate
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    Dhammaratna S. Dabhade
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    Priya S. Shinde
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    Sandip L.Thengade
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    Komal A. Jahagirdar
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    Shrikrishna B. Pawar
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    Pankaj G. Dhoble
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    Sudarshan A. Dharurkar
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    Mohammad Azar Nisar Bargir
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    Sarfraz Ali Quadri
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    Dr. Vijayalaxmi V. Sonkamble
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    Yogesh S Sable
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