SSEC Department of Mechanical Engineering Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus
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Department of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is one of the core branches among all the other engineering branches. Contributions by this branch are enormous in the growth of technology over the centuries. Scope of the course varies from material research to product development. Skills needed for this course are strong computational mathematics, creativity and analytical abilities. Areas of study include Manufacturing Processes, Mechanical Vibrations, Heat and Mass Transfer, Tool Engineering and Design, Design of Machine Elements, Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Robotics. Graduates from the Department of Mechanical Engineering are highly-employable and sought after by many prestigious companies.

The department of Mechanical Engineering was established in the year 2008 with the intake of 60 students at Under Graduate level which in later stage increased to 120 students in 2010 by AICTE. In the year of 2015 Post Graduate level Program with specialization in M.Tech.-Thermal was approved with intake of 18 students.

The department has state-of-the-art hygienic classrooms and excellent laboratory facilities that include CAD/CAM Lab, Material Testing & Metallurgy Lab, Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machinery Lab, Thermal Engineering Lab, Machine Dynamics Lab, Metrology Lab and Central Workshop facilities in addition to a departmental library.

Department is also actively involved in organizing conferences, seminars, workshops and placements of students to expose them to emerging areas. The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members with a rich blend of teaching and research experience. The faculty members are actively engaged in research and constantly publish papers in International and National Journals. Guest lectures and industrial visits are periodically arranged for the students to supplement their curriculum. We strive for all round excellence in students, encouraging them in all extra-curricular activities.

Message By Hod

Mechanical engineering is a core branch and it creates, develops the technologies in the field of engineering. The discipline of Mechanical Engineering has a long and distinguished history of developing state-of-the-art technologies and exhilarating solutions for the mankind. Ever since the establishment of this institution, our primary goal for students is to train future leaders with high-quality engineering education. Our dedicated faculty tries to disseminate amongst the students the latest developments in Applied Mechanics & Design, Dynamics & Control, Thermo-fluids & Processes, Energy, Materials & Manufacturing, and Automation & Robotics.

Vision of Mechanical Department

  • The Mechanical Engineering Department strives forward to get global importance through research and education for developing skilled technocrats and to emphasize entrepreneurship skills in the field of mechanical engineering .

Mission of Mechanical Department

  • To deliver quality education to the students so that they can nourish themselves in this highly competitive environment.
  • To provide research environment, to make tie-ups with R&D organizations, industries and alumni for motivating students in the field of research and consultancy practices.
  • To foster the students with academic excellence, leadership and ethical guidelines.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

S.No Program Educational Objectives
1 To prepare students for successful career in mechanical engineering that meets the global technological needs of the society
2 To provide students of mechanical engineering a good foundation of mathematics and science to solve problems of thermal/fluid system, mechanical systems design and materials and manufacturing industry
3 To make students of mechanical engineering lifelong learners capable of building their own careers upon a solid foundation of knowledge and a strong sense of responsibility to serve their profession and community ethically
4 To make students of mechanical engineering competent in communication, technical information and concept as an individual and in group situations
5 To prepare students of mechanical engineering for higher education, research and development and other creative efforts in science and technology
6 Participate in leaders in activities that support service to and economic development of region state and nation

Program Outcomes (PO):

Engineering knowledge

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Ethics

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

Individual and team work

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

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.

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.

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.

Faculty Achievements:

(A) Conferences Attended

S.No Author's Name Title of the paper Name of Conference and dates International/ National
1 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra Application of Demand forecasting techniques to forecast demand of materials for Municipal Council, Jamul AICON 2014 National
2 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra Industrial design of Warehouse Management in Municipal Council, Jamul CG AICON 2011 National
3 Mr. Rahul Mishra Numerical Prediction of Pressure drop Analysis for a Flow of High Concentration Coal-Water and Copper ore-Water Slurry across a Horizontal Pipe National Conference on Computer Applications in Education and Research for Science and Technology National National Conference on Computer Applications in Education and Research for Science and Technology National
4 Mr. Prashant Rao Meshram Process optimization by elimination of NVA activities through MOST Technique International Multidisciplinary Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Science & Technology International International

(B) Patents and Paper Publications:

S.No Author's Name Title of the paper Name of Journal Vol. No. , Issue No and Page No. ISBN/ISSN No. Year
1 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra Application of Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) Method for Selection of Best Supplier International Journal of Innovative Research & Studies Volume-3, Issue - 1, pp 537 - 572 ISSN 2319-9725 Jan., 2014
2 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra Application of SRA for selection of correct mode for registering complaint to Municipal Council for execution of maintenance work International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research Volume-4, Issue-10, pp 699 -704 ISSN 2229-5518 Oct., 2013
3 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra Optimizing in Warehousing of Municipal Council, Jamul C.G. (INDIA) International Journal of Innovative Research & Studies Volume-2, Issue-7, pp 479 - 495 ISSN 2319-9725 July, 2013
4 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra CFD Analysis of Natural Convection Flow through Inclined Enclosure International Journal Of Modern Engineering Research (IJMER) Volume-7 Issue-6, pp 21-24 ISSN: 2249–6645 June, 2017
5 Mr. Chandra Shekhar Nagendra Numerical comparison of shell side performance for shell & tube heat exchangers with Novel, Helical & Segmental Baffles International Journal Of Scientific Research & Development Volume-5 Issue-4, pp 21-24 ISSN: 2321-0613 June, 2017
6 Mr. Rahul Mishra Experimental and Numerical Prediction of Slurry Flow in Pipe:A Review International Journal of Fluid Mechanics and Research Volume-46 Issue-2, pp 167-185 ISSN: 1064-2277 2019
7 Mr. Rahul Mishra Numerical prediction of flow behavior and erosion prediction of coal water and copper ore water slurries Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems Volume-9 Issue-14, pp 2368-2388 2017
8 Mr. Rahul Mishra Hydrodynamic study with special emphasison velocity profile and pressure drop in 135 degree pipes and bends International Journal of Engineering Research and Industrial Applications Volume-8 Issue-1, pp 57-72 ISSN: 0974-1518 2015
9 Mr. Rahul Mishra Hydrodynamic study with special emphasison velocity profile and pressure drop in 180 degree pipes and bends International Journal of Engineering Research and Industrial Applications Volume-8 Issue-1, pp 73-85 ISSN: 0974-1519 2015
10 Mr. Sudhanshu Mishra Hydrodynamic study with special emphasison velocity profile and pressure drop in 135 degree pipes and bends. International Journal of Engineering Research and Industrial Applications Volume-8 Issue-1, pp 57-72 ISSN: 0974-1518 2015
11 Mr. Sudhanshu Mishra Hydrodynamic study with special emphasison velocity profile and pressure drop in 180 degree pipes and bends International Journal of Engineering Research and Industrial Applications Volume-8 Issue-1, pp 73-85 ISSN: 0974-1519 2015
12 Mr. Sandeep Saha Comaparative CFD Analysis of Circular & Elliptical twisted tube & shell Heat Exchanger International Journal Of Scientific Research & Development Volume-5 Issue-4, pp 1119-1124 ISSN: 2321-0613 2017
13 Mr. Prashant Rao Meshram Process optimization by elimination of NVA activities through MOST Technique International Journal Of Mechanical & Production Engineering Volume-2, pp 6-10 2017

(C) No of PhD in Department:

S.No NAME OF FACULTY AREA OF SPECIALIZATION YEAR OF AWARDED
1 Dr. SWAPNIL JAIN FLUID MECHANICS 2019
2 Dr. ABHIJEET GANGULY QUALITY ASSURANCE 2016

PROGRAM’S ORGANISED:

A) UAV (DRONE) WORKSHOP:

Robotics Workshop

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS:

A) GATE 2018-19 Qualified students Details:

Sr.No. Name of Student GATE ID Qualified (YES/NO) GATE RANK
1 Aditya Kumar Sao ME19S26024310 yes 476
2 Vishal Doune ME19S16024300 yes 424
3 Anup Verma ME19S26024134 yes 421
4 Ankit Gupta ME19S16025170 yes 414
5 Sourabh Singh Baghel ME19S26025026 yes 377
6 Bhupat Kumar Sonber ME19S26024228 yes 319

INNOVATIONS:

STARTUP PROJECT (Solar Powered Eco-friendly Refrigerator):

OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE

INSIDE TEMPERATURE

Outcome:

we come with conclusion of 10-degree Celsius of temperature difference.

ALUMNI DETAIL(2012-2018)

PUBLIC SECTOR

Nitish Sharma

Research Scientist At Indian Space Research Organisation

(ISRO)

(2008-12 batch)

Shubham Kabiraj

Officer at Indian Oil Corporation Limited

(IOCL)

(2009-13 batch)

Sanjeev Kumar

Assistant Engineer Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited

(HPCL)

(2009-13 batch)

Pradeep Soni

Executive Engineer at Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation

(CESE)

(2008-12 batch)

Kamal Nayak

Deputy Engineer at Bharat Electronics Limited

(BEL)

(2008-12 batch)

Nikash Shukla

Assistant Manager at Hindustan Copper Limited

(HCL)

(2008-12 batch)

Indranil Sarkar

Executive Engineer at Indian Oil Tanking Limited

(IOTL)

(2008-12 batch)

Core Sector

Shashank Rai

Former Engineer At Mercedes-amg

(2009-13 Batch)

Sachin Jain

Executive Engineer At Jindal Power Limited

( 2008-12 Batch)

Kaushik Chakravorty

Assistant Manager At Vedanta Resources Plc

( 2009-13 Batch)

Vaibhav Singh

Assistant Manager At Vedanta Resources Plc

(2010-2014 Batch)

Harish Dewangan

Assistant Manager At Sea Sterlite Limited-Vedanta Aluminium & Power

(2009-13 Batch)

Gagan Chandra

Executive Engineer At Industrial Design Studio,IIT Delhi

( 2009-13 Batch)

Vibhog Dange

Assistant Engineer At DB Group(Dilligent Power Raigarh)

( 2009-13 Batch)

Pranjal Sharma

Assistant Engineer A OPGS Power Gujarat Pvt.Ltd.

( 2008-12 Batch)

Azhar Khan

CAE Engineer At MSC Software

( 2008-12 Batch)

K Bhaskar Rao

Associate Project Engineer DEP India Pvt.Ltd

( 2008-12 Batch)

Gagandeep Singh

Assistant Engineer At JSW Energy

( 2008-12 Batch)

Shivendra Kumar

Assistant Engineer At Sks Power Generation Ltd.

( 2008-12 Batch)

Shashank Singh

Assistant Engineer At JSPL

( 2010-14 Batch )

Raj Pratap Singh

Senior Engineer At Ocl India Ltd. Konark Cement

( 2008-12 Batch)

Rajkesh Ranjan

Assistant Engineer At Bhansali Precision Components

(2008-12 Batch)

Campus Selected Students from 2012-2018

Shubhendu Mahapatra

(2012-16 Batch)

Capgemini

Leelesh Dubey

(2009-13 Batch)

Infosys

Pradeep Soni

(2009-13 Batch)

A Ten System & Technologies

Roshan Verma

(2008-12 Batch)

Jayaswal Neco

Abhishek Sharma

(2011-15 Batch)

XL Dynamics

Shikhar Tripathi

(2011-2015 Batch)

XL Dynamics

Aman Singh

(2013-17 Batch)

SGS

Jatin Gupta

(2013-17 Batch)

Apeelsoft

Alok Gupta

(2013-17 Batch)

L&T

Akash Patro

( 2013-17 Batch )

L&T

Shashank Rai

( 2009-13 Batch )

HSCL

Singh Rahul Kishore Kumar

(2009-13 Batch)

HSCL

Abhijeet Dey

(2009-13 Batch)

HSCL

Akash Soni

(2014-18 batch)

Just Dail

Durgesh Singh

(2014-18 Batch)

Just Dail

Mohd. Abid Khan

(2009 -13 Batch)

Godavri Power & Ispat

Domendra Kumar Sahu

(2009-13 Batch)

Godavri Power & Ispat

Akash Pratap Singh

( 2013-17 Batch)

HGS

Shrawank Kartik

( 2013-17 Batch)

HGS

Ashish Koppala

( 2013-17 Batch)

HGS

Hridyesh Saboo

(2011-2015 Batch)

Genpact

Pratyaksha Somani

( 2011-2015 Batch)

Genpact

Ankush Gajbiye

(2014-18 Batch)

Genpact

Danish. Siddique

(2014-18 Batch)

Collabera

Dilip Sahu

(2013-17 Batch)

L L Logistic

Danish MD. Siddique

(2014-18 Batch)

Mudrak

Prakhar Shukla

(2014-18 Batch)

Maintec Technology

Gourav Ghosh

(2014-18 Batch)

Motif India

TCS Selected Students

Durgesh Pandey

(2011-2015 Batch)

Ankush Kumar

(2011-2015 Batch)

Sunny Jain

( 2012-2016 Batch)

Prakhar Tamboli

(2012-2016 Batch)

Pushpendra

(2012-16 Batch)

Ameen Verma

(2012-2016 Batch)

Kartikey Bhatore

(2012-2016 Batch)

Atindra Dutta

(2012-2016 Batch)

Tech Mahindra Selected Students

Hridyesh Saboo

(2011-2015 Batch)

Abhinav Kumar Singh

(2011-2015 Batch)

R Nishant

(2011-2015 Batch)

Rajot Ghosh

(2012-16 Batch)

Utkarsh Mishra

(2012-16 Batch)

Alka Meher

(2012-16 Batch)

Anay Dutta

(2013-2017 Batch)

Prafulla Kumar Sahu

(2013-2017 Batch)

Himanshu Shekhar Shaw

(2013-2017 Batch)

Ankit Singh

(2013-2017 Batch)

Ashutosh Dhote

(2013-2017 Batch)

Jatin Gupta

(2013-2017 Batch)

Capital Height

Aishwary Samule

(2013-17 Batch)

Anup Dutta

(2013-17 Batch)

Khushal Aahuja

(2014-18 Batch)

Anupam Choursia

(2014-18 Batch)

Amay Rajesh Kundley

(2014-18 Batch)

Anshuman Prasad Soni

(2014-18 Batch)

Durgesh Singh

( 2014-18 Batch)

E-Tech Global Services

Pranjal Sharma

(2014-18 Batch)

Piyush Pandey

(2014-18 Batch)

Aman Verma

(2014-18 Batch)

Rahul Sabnani

(2014-18 Batch)

Durgesh Singh

(2014-18 Batch)

High-Tech Engineering

Khushala Aahuja

(2014-18 Batch)

Roshan Barman

(2014-18 Batch)

Karan Deepak

(2014-18 Batch)

Rahul Sabnani

(2014-18 Batch)

Rotadyne

Dhawal Sharma

( 2013-17 Batch)

Akash Patro

( 2013-17 Batch)

Indrani Ghosh

(2014-18 Batch)

Aman Verma

( 2014 18 Batch)

Avinash Kumar

( 2014-18 Batch)

V.Usha

( 2014-18 Batch)

Jayprakash

(2014-18 Batch)

Ways 2 Capital

Akash Soni

( 2014-18 Batch)

K.R Jishnu

( 2014-18 Batch)

Pranjal Sharma

(2014-18 Batch)

Himanshu Agrawal

( 2014-18 Batch)

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