VPKBIET | Baramati

Department of Mechanical Engineering


Dr.Sachin Bhosle


The Mechanical Engineering Department at VPKBIET Baramati is dedicated to give experiential learning experience to students through hands-on-training, by well qualified and experienced faculty from world's reputed institutions. We believe the true learning experience from academic delivery can be achieved through teaching innovations, mentoring practice, and creation of knowledge from experiments.

The department aims at preparing our students for various industrial sectors as versatile engineers, hence offers rigorous courses in diverse specializations in mechanical engineering. Our state-of-the-art laboratories, and dedicated faculties are successful mentors, researchers, and teachers backed by visionary higher authorities and management.

The department's mission is threefold, aimed at not only students, faculty, and industry, but also the community on a local and national level. Preparing students for careers in industry, academia, or government by fostering in them the technical capabilities and interpersonal skills necessary to succeeding in their fields, as well as the foundation for lifelong learning.

The research opportunities available with us are not limited to faculty and masters students; our undergraduate students work alongside many faculty members.

Our student-led emerging technology centers and design groups, under the guidance of faculty members, are always seeking opportunities from industry to collaborate on research and projects.

Contact No: 02112-239535
Email Id: [email protected]
Title Full time/Part time Duration Intake Established
B.E. Mechanical Engineering Full Time 4 years/ 8 sem 60 2002
M.E. Mechanical Engineering
(Robotics and Automation)
Full Time 2 years/ 4 sem 18 2021
Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 2002. The intake for under graduate course is 60. Mechanical Engineering Department is committed to provide quality education in the field of Mechanics. The strength of the Department is qualified and devoted faculty, motivated students and well equipped labs. Our faculty and students work together to study, experiment and to solve problems in the various fields such as Automobile sector, Energy conservation, Agricultural implements, Robotics, Computer aided design and manufacturing, industrial automation etc. Department has highly qualified staff and state of the art machinery.
To inculcate learning culture in students and faculties to meet the current and future technological challenges of industry and society .
  • To impart the students with fundamental knowledge of mechanical engineering.
  • To provide practical exposure by promoting students for training and internship in related industries.
  • Holistic development of the students by inculcating ethical and moral values towards the society and environment.
  • To develop association with premier educational institutions, industries and alumni for enhancement of faculty skill.
  • Excellence in academics.
  • Motivating students for higher studies.
  • Establishing Industry-Institute interaction.
  • Supporting the faculty qualification improvement.
  • Research activities to bring out practical solutions to real world problem.
  • Encouraging students for participating in workshops and conferences.
  • To continuously update the faculty and students with latest technology and knowledge by organizing Continuing Education Programs
  • Students will be able to develop core competency in mechanical engineering.
  • Students will be encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities for holistic development.
  • Students will be motivated for higher education and competitive examinations
  • Students will be nurtured with ethical and moral values to serve society.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Students of the program will achieve excellence in design, thermal and manufacturing system by acquiring/applying mechanical engineering knowledge.
  • Students will develop an approach to solve multidisciplinary problems by using modern tools.
  • Students will engage in higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.
  • Students will be able to analyze, interpret and provide solutions to the real life mechanical engineering problems.

Profile- HOD


Dr. Sachin Bhosle

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Dr. Sachin Bhosle

Associate Professor & HOD

BE,ME(Mech.Engg.),Ph.D.Mechanical Engg.(MTU,USA.)

Bio-Materials

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Brief Profile :
Mr. Sachin Bhosle is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and recipient of faculty development program at VPKBIET. He has been deputed to Michigan Technological University, USA. This program offers three years full time deputation for earning Ph.D. degree to teacher-scholars who exemplify the outstanding integration of teaching, research and administration.

Sachin's research focuses on synthesis, biochemical analysis and electron microscopy of bio-nanomaterials for orthopedic applications. He is particularly interested in synthesis of nanostructured bone/dental implant surfaces with enhanced biocompatibility, antimicrobial benefits, and drug delivery. He also investigates bio/nano interface interactions for enhanced osseointegration and cell proliferation using smart bio-nanomaterials with widespread applications in orthopaedics and dental research at the Multi Scale Technologies Institute at Michigan Technological University, Hough, USA.

Research Areas and Skills :
  • Nanotechnology - Fabrication, characterization and applications of bioinspired nanostructured materials.
  • Surface modifications - Electrochemical anodization, micro-nano fabrication, micro-machining.
  • Electrochemistry and materials science at the nanoscale, with a focus on control of self-assembly processes.
  • Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), ICP-OES, XRD, FTIR, TEM.
  • Surface heat-treatments, ferrous metallurgy, foundry practices, engineering nanotextured titanium surfaces for implants.

  • Awards and Recognitions :
  • Elite Certification by NPTEL for certification exam on Educational Leadership Course.
  • Educational Leadership Award by 26th Business School Affaire & Dewang Mehta National Education Awards, 8th Oct-2018, Pune.
  • Dean's Award for Outstanding Scholarship - Spring 2017 by Michigan Technological University, USA.
  • Graduate faculty (PG Teacher) recognition from University of Pune, India 2012.
  • Awarded Summer Faculty Research Fellowship at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India 2012.
  • Selected as Asst. Prof. of Mechanical Engg at Dr. A.S. College of Agricultural Engg, MPKV (Govt. of MH), Rahuri (2009).

  • Grant/Funding Received :
  • Received Grant of Rs. 5.53 Lakhs from AICTE as Principal Coordinator for implementation of Prerna Scheme 2020-2022.
  • The work performed in PhD was supported by the 21st Century Jobs Trust Fund received through the M-TRAC program funded by Michigan Strategic Fund oversight
           by the MEDC from the State of Michigan, USA (2014-17) Grant Case-48161. The technology developed is under process for a legal agreement between Nanovation
          Partners LLC and MichiganTech.
  • Grant for Research Project - 'Experimental Investigations & Analysis of recast layer formation in WEDM', from University of Pune; 5/2012- 5/2014; Role: Principal
          Investigator; Estimated Value of funding received Rs.215000/--. This grant added micro-hardness testing setup to metallurgy lab.
  • Grant for seminar/ workshops from University of Pune; 4/2012 - 5/2013; Role: Coordinator; Estimated Value Rs.1,00,000/-.
  • Grant for Photo copier machines from QIP of University of Pune; 4/2012 - 5/2013; Estimated Value Rs.75000/-.
  • Grant for Sports Material (Multi-Gym) from QIP of University of Pune; 4/2013 - 5/2014; Estimated Value Rs.89000/-.
  • Grant for LCD Projectors from QIP of University of Pune; 4/2013 - 5/2014; Estimated Value Rs.75000/-.

  • Peer-Reviewed Journal Publication :
    Shrikant Mahadik, Sachin M. Bhosle, ‘Investigation of Stress Concentration in Metallic Plates with special shaped cutout and bluntness’, International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD), Scopus Indexed journal, ISSN(P): 2249-6890; ISSN(E): 2249-8001 Vol. 10, Issue 3, Published 16 Sept 2020, 13477-13488 © TJPRC Pvt. Ltd. Paper Id.: IJMPERDJUN20201284. DOI : 10.24247/ijmperdjun20201284.

    Bhosle S.M., Friedrich C.R., 'Wetting behavior and chemistry of titanium nanotubular orthopedic surfaces: Effects of aging and thermal annealing', Springer Journal of Bio-Tribo Corrosion (2017) 3:26. DOI: 10.1007/s40735-017-0085-0.

    Bhosle S.M., R. Tewari, C.R. Friedrich, 'Dependence of nanotextured titanium orthopedic surfaces on electrolyte condition', Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology, 2016, 6, 164-175. DOI: 10.4236/jsemat.2016.64015.

    A Vara, Erin Baker, Sachin Bhosle, Craig Friedrich, "Enhancing Osseointegration of Orthopaedic Implants with Titania Nanotube Surfaces" SAGE journal of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics I, (I) 2016. DOI: 10.1177/2473011416S00177.

    Bhosle S.M., Friedrich C.R., "Facile synthesis of nanosilver-incorporated antibacterial titanium nanotube surfaces', manuscript accepted to SpringerJournal of Bio-Tribo Corrosion 3:35 (2017).DOI: 10.1007/s40735-017-0095-y

    Bhosle S.M., Friedrich C.R., "Rapid Heat Treatment for Anatase Conversion of Titania Nanotube Orthopedic Surfaces", manuscript accepted for publication in IOP Journal of Nanotechnology https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6528/aa8399

    Preceedings, Oral & Poster Presentations at International Conferences :
    Bhosle S.M., Friedrich C.R., 'Rapid Heat Treatment for Anatase Conversion of Titania Nanotube Orthopedic Surfaces', at Orthopedic Research Society's ORS Annual Meeting, March 20-22, 2017 at San Diego, California, USA.

    Bhosle S.M., Friedrich C.R., 'Effects of Aging and Thermal Treatment on Nanotextured Titanium Orthopaedic Surfaces' Presented at Orthopedic Research Society's ORS Annual Meeting, March 5-8, 2016 at Orlando, Florida, USA.

    C.R. Friedrich, E. Baker, S.M. Bhosle, 'In-Vivo Performance and Characterization of Nanostructured Orthopedic Surfaces',The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, TMS 2016, Feb 14-18, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.

    V. Bhardwa, N. Dilip, S.M. Bhosle, R.K. Pandey, 'Studies for Circumferential Temperature Distributions in Bronze and Cast-Iron Journal Bearings with MRF as Lubricant: Temperature rise with MRF vs. Base Oil of MRF with Surfactant', 13th International Conference on Magnetic Fluids 7-11 January 2013, New Delhi-110016, India.

    Erin Baker, S.M. Bhosle, Craig Friedrich, 'In Vivo Biocompatibility of Titania Nanotube Surfaces Developed for Enhancing Osseointegration' Orthopedic Research Society's ORS Annual Meeting, March 5-8, 2016 at Orlando, Florida, USA.

    R. Tewari, S.M. Bhosle, C.R. Friedrich, 'Dependence of Nanotextured Titanium Orthopedic surfaces on Electrolyte Fluoride concentration' Presented at Biomedical Engineering Society's Annual Meeting, October 5-8, 2016 at Minneapolis, MN, USA.

    Erin Baker, Sachin Bhosle, Craig Friedrich, 'Enhancing Osseointegration of Orthopedic Implants with Titania Nanotube Surfaces', American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society's AOFAS annual meeting, July 20-23, 2016 at Toronto, Ontario.

    Bhosle S.M., Friedrich C.R., 'Engineering nanotextured titanium surfaces for implants', Abstract submitted to 2017 International Conference on Advances in Biomaterials and Biomechanics in Bioengineering (ANBRE17-ICBME17) to be held on August 28 - September 1, 2017 Ilsan (Seoul), Korea.

    Course Certifications & Trainings :
    Mathworks MATLAB ONRAMP Certification – Mathworks Training Services – 3rd Oct 2018.
    Mathworks MATLAB Fundamentals Certification – Mathworks Training Services – 29th Nov 2018.
    Two week FDP on “Entrepreneurship” sponsored by NSTEDB, DST, GoI between 03rd to 13th December 2018.
    NPTEL Elite Certification – for Educational Leadership Course – 07th Oct 2018.
    NPTEL Elite Certification – for Fundamentals of Manufacturing Course – 28th Oct 2018.
    NPTEL Elite with Gold Certification – for Soft Skills & Business Negotiation Skills Course – 27th April 2019.
    NPTEL Elite Certification – for Manufacturing Process Technology Course – 28th April 2019.
    Udemy Certification – Manufacturing Guide for Mechanical Product Development. – 22nd Oct 2018.
    Udemy Certification – Follow-up Order from Design to Production – 23rd Oct 2018.
    Udemy Certification – Basic to Advanced Level CATIA V5 HD Video Training (35+ hrs) – 02nd Oct 2018.
    Udemy Certification – IoT and Industry 4.0. (2.5 hrs) – 16th Nov 2018.
    Udemy Certification – Modeling and Prototyping for Mechanical Engineers (1.5 hrs) – 17th Nov 2018.
    Udemy Certification – Arduino Workshop 2018 (4 hrs) – 22nd Nov 2018.
    Udemy Certification – Solidworks-2015 Training (19.5 hr) – 29th Nov 2018.
    One week online FDP on ‘Assessment and Evaluation under Outcome Based Education (ICT04)’ during 10/06/2019 to 14/06/2019 organized by NITTTR Kolkata.
    One week ICT mode workshop on ‘NBA Accreditation’ during 17/06/2019 to 21/06/2019, organized by NITTTR Kolkata.
    One week online FDP on ‘Rural Development through Technical Institution (ICT08)’ during 29/07/2019 to 02/08/2019, organized by NITTTR, Kolkata.
    Mathworks MATLAB ONRAMP Certification – Mathworks Training Services – 12 November 2019 (Second time).
    Mathworks’ TEACHING WITH MATLAB Certification – Mathworks Training Services – 14 November 2019.
    NPTEL Elite Certification – for Toyota Production System Course – 16th November 2019.

    HOD's Desk


    Dr.Sachin Bhosle


    The Mechanical Engineering Department at VPKBIET Baramati is dedicated to give experiential learning experience to students through hands-on-training, by well qualified and experienced faculty from world's reputed institutions. We believe the true learning experience from academic delivery can be achieved through teaching innovations, mentoring practice, and creation of knowledge from experiments.

    The department aims at preparing our students for various industrial sectors as versatile engineers, hence offers rigorous courses in diverse specializations in mechanical engineering. Our state-of-the-art laboratories, and dedicated faculties are successful mentors, researchers, and teachers backed by visionary higher authorities and management.

    The department's mission is threefold, aimed at not only students, faculty, and industry, but also the community on a local and national level. Preparing students for careers in industry, academia, or government by fostering in them the technical capabilities and interpersonal skills necessary to succeeding in their fields, as well as the foundation for lifelong learning.

    The research opportunities available with us are not limited to faculty and masters students; our undergraduate students work alongside many faculty members.

    Our student-led emerging technology centers and design groups, under the guidance of faculty members, are always seeking opportunities from industry to collaborate on research and projects.

    Contact No: 02112-239535
    Email Id: [email protected]

    Programs Offered


    Title Full time/Part time Duration Intake Established
    B.E. Mechanical Engineering Full Time 4 years/ 8 sem 60 2002
    M.E. Mechanical Engineering
    (Robotics and Automation)
    Full Time 2 years/ 4 sem 18 2021

    Vision


    To inculcate learning culture in students and faculties to meet the current and future technological challenges of industry and society .

    Mission


  • To impart the students with fundamental knowledge of mechanical engineering.
  • To provide practical exposure by promoting students for training and internship in related industries.
  • Holistic development of the students by inculcating ethical and moral values towards the society and environment.
  • To develop association with premier educational institutions, industries and alumni for enhancement of faculty skill.
  • Faculty

    Faculty Name

    Designation

    Qualification

    Dr. Sachin Bhosle
    Associate Professor & HOD B.E., M.E. (Mech. Engg.), Ph.D. Mechanical Engg. (MTU,USA.)
    Dr. Parashuram Chitragar
    Professor & Dean (Alumni Affairs) B.E.(Mech. Engg), M.Tech(Thermal & Fluids Engg), Ph.D.(NITK, Surathkal)
    Dr. Manisha Lande
    Associate Professor B.E.(Industrial Engg), M.Tech (Production Engg), Ph.D.(Production Engg-RTMNU Nagpur)
    Dr. Vipin Gawande
    Assistant Professor B.E (Mech. Engg.), M.Tech[Heat Power Engg], Ph.D (V.N.I.T, Nagpur)
    Dr. Vinod Todkari
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mechanical Engg.),M.Tech (Thermal & fluids Engg.),Ph.D.
    Mr. Avinash Kolekar
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mech), M.E.(Heat Power Engg),Ph.D. Pursuing (IIT,Bombay)
    Mr. Shrinivas Shelge
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mechanical Engg.), M Tech.(CAD-CAM,VNIT, Nagpur)
    Mrs. Prachi Kale
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mechanical Engg.),M.E.(Design Engg.), Ph.D. Pursuing
    Mr. Vishal Bhagwat
    Workshop Superintendent B.E.(Mech. Engg.),M. Tech.(Manufacturing Tech.) Ph.D Pursuing
    Mr. Dadasaheb Rupanwar
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Production Engg.), M.Tech.(Design Engg.,IIT-Bombay)
    Mr. Hanumant Borate
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Production Engg.),M.E.(Design Engg.), Ph.D Pursuing
    Mr. Keshav Jadhav
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mech. Engg.),M.Tech.(Thermal & Fluids Engg)
    Ms. Mona Yadav
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Power Engg),M.Tech.(Heat Power Engg),Ph.D. Pursuing
    Mr. Pravin Dhandore
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mech. Engg.),M.E.(Design Engg.)
    Mr. Suraj Kumbhar
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mech. Engg.),M.E.(Machine Design),Ph.D. Pursuing
    Mr. Machindra Gaikwad
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mech. Engg.), M.E.(Energy Engg.)
    Mr. Deepak Bhosale
    Assistant Professor B.E. (Mech. Engg.), M.Tech(Design Engg.) Ph.D.(Pursuing)
    Mr. Shrikant Mahadik
    Assistant Professor B.E.(Mech. Engg), M.E. (Design Engineering)

    Lab Technician Staff

    Mr. Uddhav Kate
    Lab Technician ITI (Fitter)
    Mr. Milind Utpat
    Lab Technician Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
    Mr. Rahul Nimbalkar
    Lab Technician Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
    Mr. Dipak Taware
    Lab Technician Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

    Workshop Staff

    Mr. Hiresh Gaikwad
    Instructor (Fitting) ITI
    Mr. Dhananjay Sutar
    Instructor (Carpentry) ITI
    Mr. Sadashiv Shendge
    Instructor (Smithy) ITI, NCTVT
    Mr. Vinitkumar Thombare
    Welder ITI, NCTVT
    Mr. Sudam Kadhane
    Turner ITI, NCTVT

    Laboratory


    Engineering Metallurgy Lab

    Equipments

    Rockwell & Brinell Hardness Tester ,Metallurgical Microscope for Microscopic Examination , Muffle Furnace for Heat Treatment of Materials,Micro-Vickers Hardness Tester, & Double Disc Polishing Machine for Specimen Preparation

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. V. B. Bhagwat


    Vibration and Mechanics Lab

    Equipments

    Mini straight line air clamp line voltage adapter strain indicator,Power oscillator and Vibration Exciter

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. Rupanwar D. D.


    Basic Mechanical Lab

    Equipments

    Two Stroke four stroke engine models, Gear Models, Boiler Models, Charts

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. Dhandore P. V.


    CAD Lab 1

    Equipments

    Computers i5: 20 Qty, Softwares-ANSYSY, Solid Edge Master CAM, Auto Cad, LCD,Msc. Nastran

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. S. V. Shelge


    CAD Lab 2

    Equipments

    Computers i5: 20 Qty, Softwares-ANSYSY, Solid Edge Master CAM, Auto Cad, LCD, Msc. Nastran

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. S. V. Shelge


    Dynamics of Machinery and Theory of Machines Lab

    Equipments

    Universal Vibration Machine, Motorised Gyroscope, Static and Dynamics Balancing Apparatus, Whirling speed of shaft equipment.

    Lab. Incharge: Mrs. P. D. Kale


    Metrology and Quality Control Lab

    Equipments

    Monochromatic Light Unit for Flatness Checking ,Projector for Thread measurement,

    Lab. Incharge:Mr. Kumbhar S. K.


    Heat Transfer & Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

    Equipments

    Vapour Absorption Test Rig Ice Palnt test Rig Air Conditioning Test Rig Thermal Conductivity LCD.

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. P. R. Chitragar


    Hydraulics and Turbo Machines Lab

    Equipments

    Redwood Viscometer Hydrostatic Bench, Electrical Analogy Apparatus Modified Bernoulli’s apparatus

    Lab. Incharge: Ms. Yadav M. S.


    I C Engine and Energy Research Lab

    Equipments

    VCR Engine Test Rig Computerized Diesel and Petrol Engine Test Rig Exhaust Gas Analyzer.

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. A. H. Kolekar


    Material Testing Lab

    Equipments

    Universal testing machine with extensometer (1000kn) universal testing machine (400kn) Izod impact

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. Borate H. P.


    Mechatronics Lab

    Equipments

    Pneumatic Trainer Heat Exchanger Hydraulic Trainer Level & Flow Control trainer LVDT

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. D. D. Rupanwar


    Steam Power Plant Lab

    Equipments

    Power Plant with Boiler, Steam turbine, Generator, Condenser, feed Pump, Throttling unit, Separator

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. K. M. Jadhav


    Thermodynamics Lab

    Equipments

    Bomb Calorimeter Gas Calorimeter Abels Flash Point Apparatus Pensky Martens Flash Point Apparatus

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. K. M. Jadhav


    Workshop

    Equipments

    Carpentry, Machine shop, Welding Shop, Plastic Moulding, Tin Smithy Fitting, Plumbing

    Lab. Incharge: Mr. V. B. Bhagwat

    Student Participation


    A group of B.E student, Rohit Chaudhari, Vijay Bankar, Pratik Jagdale, Rushikesh Shirke under the guidance of Mr. Pravin V. Dhandore has presented their paper titiled “Geometric Verification of Gear and Sorting of Defective Gear Using MATLAB” in National level project Competition “Innovator-2020” on 08th June 2020.


    A student team including Priyanka B. Kulkarni, Dnyanesh V. Honrao, Rohit M. Kharat and Omkar A. Jadhav has presented their paper titled “Development and parametric comparison of Bedini's free energy generator” in National Level Project Competition, “Innovator-2020” on 08th June 2020 and secured third prize.


    Students from B.E, Aditya Akkalkote, Suraj S. Phadtare, Shrihari Awate, Somnath Khandu Hire has participated in state level online competition on 29th and 30th May 2020 and presented their B.E project infront of expert panel. The project was guided by Mrs. Prachi D. Kale.


    Students from B.E, Akshay Anil Nalawade, Avdhoot Santosh Bhosale, Yogesh Chillarge and Gajendra Raju Sabane has participated in state level online competition on 29th and 30th May 2020 and presented their B.E project infront of expert panel. The project was guided by Dr. Vipin B. Gawande.


    A National Level Paper, Poster, Project and Technical Gaming Competition was organized by MIT College of Railway Engineering and Research, Barshi-413401 on 27th & 28th February 2020. B.E students, Akshay Patil, Mayur Barhate, Mohit Pingale has presented their paper titled “Analysis and Modeling of Trainable Motion Follower Robotic Arm” in this competition. The project was guided by Mr. Vishal B. Bhagwat.


    A project idea “ Pesticides flow repellent helmet for farmers” of B.E students, Akshay Nalawade, Yogesh Chillarge, Avadhoot Bhosale and Gajendra Raju Sabne was selected for I2I project competition held by C.O.E.P Pune. The acceptance mail was recived on November 15, 2019.


    Students from Department of Mechanical Engineering has submitted their project ideas for the “Avishkar -2019-20” on 15th November 2019, a National Level Project Competition organized by Savitribai Phule Pune University. The project submitted are as follows:

    1. Real time surveillance by drone – Team Leader- Mr. Shubham Kadam
    2. Stress Corrsoion Cracking Behavior- Team leader- Mr. Rutvij Bhide
    3. Water purification using solar energy- Team leader- Mr. Aditya Akkalkote
    4. Pesticide inhalation averting helmet- Team leader- Mr. Yogesh Chillarge
    5. A novel Technique for bagasse- Team leader- Mr. Dhiraj Annadate
    6. Geometric Variation of Gear- Team leader- Mr. Rohit Chaudhari


    A certificate of appreciation was received by Mr. Rohan Taware, B.E Student for presenting idea under the theme “Mobility & Energy for the future”. The project was guided by Mr. Avinash H. Kolekar. The idea was submitted on during 31st May 2019 to 31st October 2019.


    B.E students from Mechanical Engineering Department, namely Sachin Bichitkar, Prasad Buddiyal, Siddhant Chavan and Ajinkya Kulkarni presented their research paper entitled “CFD analysis of wind turbine with different flange angles” in international Conference on Applied Mechanical Engineering Research (ICAMER2019). It was organised by National Institute of Technology (N.I.T) Warangal during 2nd to 4th May 2019. Dr. Vipin Gawande guided the students during their projects. The presented paper is published in Scopus indexed book series “Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering”.


    Third Year students from Department of Mechanical Engineering participated in “RIT Hackathon 2019” Project Competition. It was organised by RIT, Islampur dur-ing 29 and 30 March, 2019. These students were: Anoop Rode, Mohit Pingale and Mayur Barhate. The students presented their project model entitled “Godown Dehu-midifying System”. They were guided by Mr. S H Kumbhar.


    BE students from Department of Mechanical Engineering presented their paper in the National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovations in Engineering, Science and Technology. It was organised by Sinhagad Institute of Technology and Science at Narhe in Pune. The students were: Amar Deolalikar, Mahendrakumar Gandhale and Dipak Chikane. Their paper was entitled “Zero defect strategies at system level for multistage manufacturing in paint shop”. It was a SPPU sponsored Conference and was organised on 14 and 15 February 2019. They were guided by Dr. S C Bali.


    BE students from Department of Mechanical Engineering participated in “DIPEX-2019” Project Competition-cum-Exhibition during 2 to 5 March 2019 It was organ-ised by SGGSIET in Nanded. These students were: Dhananjay Kshirsagar, Mayur Babar and Anmol Pawar. They presented their project entitled “Vibration Control by using Particle Damper”. They were guided by Mr. S H Kumbhar.


    BE students from Department of Mechanical Engineering presented their paper in the National Conference on Recent Trends and Innovations in Engineering, Science and Technology. It was organised by Sinhagad Institute of Technology and Science at Narhe in Pune. The students were: Aniket Owal, Mayank Singh, Saurabh Nadgire and Avdhoot Changune. Their paper was entitled “Value Stream Mapping in Weld Shop”. It was a SPPU sponsored Conference and was organised on14 and 15 February 2019. They were guided by Dr. M S Lande.


    A Paper Titled “Characteristics of Moistened Bagasse Being Used as a fuel in Boiler Furnace” was presented by Mr. Dhiraj J. Annadate, B.E Student in international conference on nnovtion in thermo-fluid engineering and sciences, N.I.T Rourkela on 10th -12th February 2019. The project was guided by Mr. Machindra S. Gaikwad, Ms. Mona Yadav and Mr. Keshav M. Jadhav.


    Mr. Manoj Bagal, Alumni, Department of Mechanical Engineering for getting selected as Police Sub Inspector through MPSC 2017 examination.


    Vishal Thorat (2013 Batch-Mechanical) for being topper (1 st rank) in Maharashtra for MPSC examination of Motor Vehicle Inspector (RTO)


    Mr. Tejas Mandve and Mr. Tanpure Sagar won 1st Prize in popular choice award 1st May 2017 in Transform Maharashtra.


    Asmita Dhawan BE(Mechanical) has secured 1st rank in SPPU ,Pune examination (2016-17).


    Team Jubatus from mechanical department with Prof. S.C. Mahadik has participated in VIRTUAL BAJA 2016 EVENT under SAEINDIA. The event was held in Bangalore on dated 24th and 25th June 2016. As SAEINDIA BAJA is a national level event, mechanical team competed 413 teams from all over India and secured rank of 10th in new team category and 41st in combine new + old team category.


    ISTE College Level Project competition held in the campus on dated 5th June 2016. In the competition 6 projects from each department was selected. For each department one winner was finalized. Sugarcane Plantation Machine was the winner from the Mechanical Dept. under the guidance of Prof. A.C. Chaudhari.


    The mechanical department has organized one day workshop on LATEX on dated 10th March 2016 for T.E. Mechanical and B.E. Mechanical students. Students are benefited to hands on training for the software and practical conducted by Mr. Mahesh Gaikwad (M.E. Design).


    S.E. Mechanical students had organized a competition of model making presentation on 11th February 2016 at department level. In this event students are asked to prepare the small scale models of the mechanisms which are in syllabus of the subject Theory of Machines.


    Sonwane Alisha A. from TE Mechanical has presented poster on Zonal Level Research Project Competition in AVISHKAR 2015 under BCUD Savitribai Phule Pune University on dated 23rd September 2015 held at MESCOE Pune.


    Mr. Vikrant Dupade from M.E. (Mechanical - Energy Engineering) has got selected for PHD in IITB in Mechanical Department.

    Faculty Participation


    Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized a state level online project competition “Innovator -2020” on 8th June 2020. The main purpose of organizing this event is to foster the research culture among young innovative minds and to provide them a platform to present their findings from their project work. Students' projects were invited in Major and Minor project categories. During the event a technical talk was organized on “Importance of Project Based Learning in Research” which was delivered by Dr. Sunil Chamoli, Assistant Professor, G.B. Pant College Ghurdauri, Pauri Garwal Uttarakhand (India).


    Intellectual Property Rights (I.P.Rs) are a set of exclusive rights protected by the law which are accorded to creators or persons over their creations for a certain time of period. It has been observed that there is an inadequate knowledge about the rights of individuals to protect their ideas and innovations and low awareness about the procedures involved in obtaining an I.P.R among the students. So to create awareness about the Intellectual Property Rights (I.P.R) among the students, Department of Mechanical Engineering has conducted two day short term training on “Importance of I.P.R in Research and Entrepreneurship” on 27th-28th February 2020. The program was attended by nearly 60 to 65 S.E students from Mechanical and Civil Engineering Department, along with faculty members.


    Department of Mechanical Engineering has organized a three day workshop on “Robotics with Raspberry Pi3 using python Certification Program” during 17th to 19th January 2020. A batch of 20 students was selected and workshop was conducted in the CAD lab of the department. Trainer Mr. Yogesh has explained the basic functionality of the Raspberry Pi B+ board. He also describes how to set up the board, configure it, and use it. He also describes the basics of the Python programming language to prepare students for programming on the Raspberry Pi. Students also learned to handle simple projects on the raspberry pi using python language.


    Department of Mechanical Engineering arranged Two Days Workshop on AutoCAD dated 10 & 11 January 2020. In this workshop students learn the basics of AutoCAD. This course was designed so that the commands and instructions should work on almost any version of AutoCAD, although this version was designed specifically for AutoCAD 2018.


    Workshop on “Reference Management for Project Report Writing by Using Mendeley” . Mendeley is a free online and desktop reference manager that can help to save PDF articles, organize citations, create bibliographies, insert references into papers/reports, and collaborate with other Mendeley users. This workshop was conducted under ISTE and SAE Club. It was conducted on 30th September 2019. Around 15 students and few faculties had attended the workshop.


    Mr. Avinash Kolekar

    Department of Mechanical Engineering organized the workshop on “Vehicular Pollution: Causes, Impact and remedies” on 7 March 2019. The workshop was organised in collabora-tion with BCUD of Savitribai Phule Pune University. Mr. Vikrant Bhalerao, Regional Officer, Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, Mumbai delivered lecture on Pollution formation in IC Engines. He also discussed the technology changes for achieving Bharat stage-VI and future trends regarding pollution control techniques. During afternoon session, Prof. I H Patel, Me-chanical Engineering, SVPM’s College of Engineering, Malegaon discussed the major Impacts of Vehicular Pollution and also the technologies adopted to reduce different pollutants from vehicles during his lecture. Prof. P R Chitragar, Head of Mechanical Engineering Department and Mr. A H Kolekar discussed the relevance of the topic with their academics. About 80 students and faculty members participated in this workshop. Hon. Principal, Dr. R S Bichkar


    Dr. Vipin Gawande and Mr. Akshay Bhapkar

    Department of Mechanical Engineering organized a One-Day “Skill Development Program on Solid Works Sheet Metal 2019” on 23 February 2019 under Mechanical Engineering Students Association MESA Collegiate Club and about 21 students from the Department participated. Dr. Vipin Gawande and Mr. Akshay Bhapkar co-ordinated the program. The event was guided by Dr. P R Chitragar, Head of Depart-ment. All faculty members and technical staff graced the event with their support and active participation.


    Mr. Shrinivas Shelge & Mr. Hanumant Borate

    Mr. Shrinivas Shelge & Mr. Hanumant Borate have secured second position at Baramati Taluka Badminton Association (BTBA) Tournament.


    Mr. Sachin Bhosle

    Best Scholar Award to Dr. Sachin Bhosale by Michigan Technological University, Houghton USA.


    Mr. P. R. Chitragar

    Mr. P. R. Chitragar had attended 6th International Engineering symposium (IES-2017) and Spring Internship program (SIP-2017) at Kumamoto University Kumamoto, Japan during Feb, 27 - March 7, 2017.


    Mr. Shriniwas Shelge

    Prof. S. V. Shelge has participated in "GIAN 10 Days course on Finite Element Method" at IIT Hyderabad from 14 July to 24 July 2016.

    Course Instructors : Prof. J. N. Reddy and Dr. A. Rajagopala.


    Mr. Dadasaheb Rupanwar and Mr. Swapnil Taware

    Prof. D.D. Rupanwar and Prof. S.Y. Taware have participated in Workshop on "Digital Optical Measurements: Digital Photoelasticity and Digital Image Correlation" conducted at IIT, Madras 12th September 2016 to 17th September 2016. Also they have participated in one day INAE sponsored workshop on "Digital Photoelasticity by DigiTFP" on 18th September. It was organized by Continuing Education Program (CEP), IIT Madras.


    Mr. Keshav Jadhav

    Mr. Keshav M. Jadhav has completed one month industrial training in Industrial Refrigeration division of Accurate Industrial Controls Pvt. Ltd., Pune during 5th May 2016 to 4th June 2016. During this training program he studied different processes in manufacturing of refrigerator like PU foaming, brazing, air-tight sealing etc. He also studied different testing methods of manufactured refrigerator.


    Mr. Shrikant Mahadik

    Mr. S. C. Mahadik attended the faculty summer industrial training program during 2nd May - 15th May 2016 at Hi-Tech Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. During this training program, he acquired knowledge about actual field work done in area of joining technology used in high pressure vessel, NDT testing methods in high pressure vessel, fabrication methodology for high pressure vessels.


    Mr. S.C. Mahadik has awarded as a Topper for NPTEL exam of Vibration of Structures Subject also he has awarded as a Elite Candidate for NPTEL Exam of Engineering Graphics subject.


    Mr. Hanumant Borate

    He has Participated in Four Week AICTE approved FDP by IIT Bombay on - Use of ICT in Education for Online and Blended Learning (2nd May -10 July).


    Mr. A.C. Chaudhari and Mr. S. E. Zarekar

    Mr. A.C. Chaudhari and Mr. S. E. Zarekar have received 15 days industrial training at Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd. during the period of 1st December to 15th December 2015. During the period they worked on the project "Thermal Analysis of Paint shop 1" assigned to them by the Mentor. The mentor for them for the project was Mr. L.S. Karnachi, Maintenance Head, Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd.


    Mr. Swapnil Taware and Mr. Hanumant Borate

    Mr. Swapnil Taware and Mr. Hanumant Borate received one month industrial training at Bharat Forge Ltd. Baramati. During the training the interactive sessions were arranged. Various experienced staff and authorities like Assistant Vice-President and Sr. Manager given exposure to the present trends and technologies used at Bharat Forge LTD (BFL). They visited all departments and shops of BFL and spent more time at the shop floor with the workers to enhance their knowledge.


    Mr. Dadasaheb Rupanwar

    A Short Term Course (STC) on "Integrated Automation Technologies" was held at IIT Delhi during 1st to 6th June 2015. Prof. D. D. Rupanwar from Dept. Of Mechanical Engineering was adjudged as the "Best Learner" award based on his performance in the quizzes conducted during the program.


    Mr. Keshav Jadhav

    Prof. Keshav M. Jadhav has attended "Summer Faculty Research Fellow Programme (SFRF)-2015", under Continuing Education Program (CEP) at IIT, Delhi. The duration of this course was from 15/05/2015 to 02/07/2015. The main objective of this progamme is to help in inducting and inculcating research culture among the faculty of engineering and science institutes outside IIT system. This way a faculty fellow who is planning to start on their PhD (or post graduate research programme) can spend the summer months (May-July) under the guidance of an active research faculty mentor of IIT Delhi.


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    Results



    Nov/Dec-2020 Toppers:

    Final Year(BE) SGPA


    Third Year(TE) SGPA

    Rohit Gandhi -10.00
    Sneha Jadhav -10.00
    Akshay Kamble -10.00
    Alfiya Mulani -10.00
    Shoeb Mulani -10.00
    Payal Pawar -10.00
    Saurabh Ravale -10.00
    Sahil Waghmare -10.00

    Second Year(SE) SGPA

    1.Shailesh Mogal - 9.55
    1. Atik Shaikh -9.55
    1. Ashish Nalawade - 9.55
    2. Mandar More - 9.45
    3. Suyash Jagtap - 9.27
    4. Gourab Sharma- 9.23
    5. Chinmay Navale - 9.05
    5. Shambhuraj Taware -9.05

    May/June-2020 Toppers:

    Final Year(BE) SGPA

    1. Rohan Taware -9.84
    2. Aditya Akkalkote -9.64
    3. Jyoti Tekale -9.57
    4. Suraj Phadtare - 9.52
    4. Mansoor Saudagar -9.52
    5. Ketan Dethe -9.43

    Third Year(TE) SGPA

    1. Chetan Bankar -9.93
    2. Sanket Jarad -9.54
    3. Aditya Bhandare -9.07
    4. Prakash Hadule -8.78
    5. Yogiraj Kurund -8.76

    Second Year(SE) SGPA

    1. Shoeb Mulani -9.8
    2. Abhinav More -9.66
    3. Dnyaneshwar Tapse -9.5
    4. Sneha Jadhav / Amit Raut -9.42
    5. Alfiya Mulani -9.22

    May/June-2019 Toppers:

    Final Year(BE) SGPA

    1. Shambhuraje Patil-9.48
    2. Vrishali Bhutkar-9.41
    3. Rushikesh Hendre-9.23
    4. Rohit Ahankare-9.18
    5. Prasad Chandgude-9.16

    Third Year(TE) SGPA

    1. Rohan Taware-9.65
    2. Ketan Dethe-9.2
    3. Aditya Akkalkote-9.11
    4. Sana Shaikh-9.04
    5. Shekhar Shinde-8.93

    Second Year(SE) SGPA

    1. Chetan Bankar-9.66
    2. Sanket Jarad-8.88
    3. Aditya Bhandare-8.2
    4. Yogiraj Kurund- 8.18
    5. Prathamesh Patil- 8.12

    May/June-2018 Toppers:

    Final Year(BE) %

    1. Abhijeet Yadav-82%
    2. Atul Dabhade-81.8%
    3. Ajay Murumkar-80.46%
    4. Shivraj Kumbhar-80.06%
    5. Rahul Chaudhari-79.66%

    Third Year(TE) SGPA

    1. Shubhuraje Patil-9.2
    2. Rushikesh Hendre-9.17
    3. Shubhada Batgire-9.11
    4. Vrishali Bhutkar/Jui Kharade/Seema Narale-9
    5. Nikhil Mhaske-8.93

    Second Year(SE) SGPA

    1. Rohan Taware-9.62
    2. Vijay Bankar-8.9
    3. Aditya Akkalkote -8.64
    4. Mayur Barate-8.54
    5. Shekhar Shinde-8.46

    Industrial Visits



    Industrial Visits

    Industrial Visit Industrial Visit Industrial Visit


    Industrial visit is an integral part of the academic curriculum which provides students the greater insight about the working environment of an organization. Institute organizes regular visits to various industries in order to understand and learn the emerging trends in the field of engineering & technology.
    Industrial visit to Rack N Space Storage Solutions Pvt. Ltd. MIDC, Baramati

    23 Aug. 2021

    Mechanical

    Mr. P. V. Dhandore,IIIC Coordinator, Mech Engg. Dept.

    Visit initially started with the visit to Directors Cabin where faculties and principal had discussion on company profile and their products then Mr. Nitant Kothari brief about company profile and their products also he explained about current problems industries facing about storage. He elaborated on need of rack with maximum capacity, the rack consist of vertical frame and horizontal beam member. Later we had physical visit of existing machines, they are using the foil of 3 mm gauge on which they are doing different operations like, punching, forming, bending, grinding to form final product. The machines includes roll forming, bending. They are manufacturing storage racks like Cantilever Rack, ASRS Rack, Multiflex Shelving, and Long Span Shelving and also industrial Pallet includes the MS Pallet, SS Pallet, Platform Pallet, Special Pallet. The racking systems consist of FIFO Rack, Gravity Flow Rack, Slotted Angle Rack. We left the premises at 5.10p.m. It was an informative, interesting and a successful visit. We express our thanks to the Principal who permitted us to go on the visit.


    Industrial visit to Nadan Dairy, Malegaon and Someshwar Sugar Factory, Someshwar Nagar

    11th Sep. 2019

    SE Mechanical

    Mr. Avinash Kolekar (Coordinator), Mrs Prachi Kale and Prasad Galande

    Visit to two processes industries which are having boiler, was arranged for SE Mechanical students on 11th September 2019. The purpose of visit is to demonstrate the construction and working of the boiler and to understand the application of boilers in process industry. Fifty eight students form SE Mech class were present for this visit. In morning session, students have visited the Nandan Dairy, Malegaon. The industry uses the boiler for milk processing only. There were two boilers of 1.5 Tons capacity of type wood fired and oil fired. Students understood the application of low capacity boiler for processes industry. Also they have studied the construction, working and mountings of low pressure boiler. They also understood the difference between liquid fuel and solid fuel boiler.
    Students have visited the Someshwar Sugar factory, Someshwar Nagar after lunch session. The industry uses the boiler for sugarproduction processes as well as power generation. Hence industry have large capacity boiler of 200 Tons with high pressure. The fuel used was bagasse, coal and biogas. Students have seen all components of Rankine cycle and understood the construction and working.


    Water Treatment Plant, E and M Sub-division at MIDC in Baramati

    27 September 2018

    TE-Mechanical

    Department of Mechanical Engineering organised an industrial visit to Water Treatment Plant, E and M Sub-division at MIDC in Baramati. The Visit was organized on 27 September 2018. Third Year students along with faculty members visited the Water Treatment Plant. They studied water filtration unit and also the pumping station. Ms. Mona Yadav coordinated the visit along with the technical staff.


    Vishwaj Energy Private Limited and Dhom-Balkawadi Dam

    18th Sep. 2018

    TE-Mechanical

    Department of Mechanical Engineering organised an industrial visit to Vishwaj Energy Private Limited and Dhom-Balkawadi Dam (Hydro-Electric Power Project) at Wai in Satara. This visit was organised on 18 September 2018. Third Year students along with three faculty members visited this Hydro-Electric Power Project. They visited Dam and also studied the Turbine and Generator Units. Ms. Mona Yadav coordinated the visit along with the technical staff.


    Bharat Forge, Baramati

    28th Aug. 2018

    TE-Mechanical

    Department of Mechanical Engineering organised an industrial visit to Bharat Forge Pvt. Ltd. in Baramati. It was organized on 28 August 2018. Third Year students along with faculty members and technical staff visited Bharat Forge in Baramati. The purpose of this visit was to observe different types of quality control process, measurement process and forging process. Prof. M S Lande and Mr. S H Kumbhar coordinated the visit.


    Mahindra Pvt. Ltd. Chakan and ARAI

    5th to 7th Oct.2017

    BE-Mechanical

    Students visited the assembly section of this company and studied the assembling of various parts. The visit was coordinated by Mr. Akshay Bhapkar.


    Accurate Sales and Services Pvt. Ltd., Hadapsar

    3rd Oct.2017

    TE-Mechanical

    The visit was arranged for the subject of Metrology and Quality Control to study various aspects of Coordinate Measuring Machines. Students studied different aspects of coordinate measuring machines like Bridge type, Gantry type, cantilever type, Horizontal arm type, etc.


    Renuka Ice Plant and Cold Storage Plant Baramati

    30th Sept. 2016

    BE - Mechanical

    As a part of university syllabus BE-Mechanical students required to visit industry where refrigeration process is involved. BE Mechanical Students have visited to Renuka Ice Plant and Cold Storage Plant Baramati on 30th Sept. 16. Mr. P. R. Chitragar, Mr. A.C.Chaudhari, Mrs. P.D. Kale and Mr. S. B. Markad were accompanied students for guiding.


    Nandan Dairy and Sugar Factory at Malegaon (BK), Baramati

    27th Sept. 2016

    SE - Mechanical


    Vasundhara Krishi Vahini

    26th Sept. 2016

    BE - Mechanical


    Dalimb Niryat Kendra,
    Renuka Ice Factory Baramati,
    Nandan Dairies Pvt Ltd.
    Malegaon SSK Ltd.

    20th Sept. 2016

    BE - Mechanical


    Graphitech CASTING and alloy, Baramati

    24th Aug, 2016

    SE - Mechanical


    Solar Power Plant, Shirsuphal, Baramati (Pune).

    27th July 2016

    SE - Mechanical

    As a part of SE (Mechanical) syllabus students are required to visit Solar Power Plant. Students of SE (Mechanical) alongwith Three staff members visited "Shirsuphal, Baramati (Pune), is the first solar plant India has established under public-private-partnership.on 27th Aug 2016. Prof. A. H. Kolekar, Prof. Ajit Chaudhari, Prof. Swapnil Taware accompanied students for guiding.


    Graphitech CASTING and alloy, Baramati

    21st July, 2016

    SE - Mechanical


    Industrial Visits Archives

    Visit to DR AUTO COMP, MIDC, Baramati

    27th March 2016.

    SE - Mechanical

    SE Mechanical Students have visited to DR AUTO COMP Factory as they are having one industrial visit in their academic curriculum. It was the pressing unit and students observed the machining operation and material removal processes. The visit was organized on 27th March 2016.

    Gas Turbine Power Plant, Uran

    3rd March 2016

    TE - Mechanical

    As a part of TE (Mechanical) syllabus students are required to visit Thermal Power Station. Around 45 students of TE (Mechanical) alongwith four staff members visited "Gas Turbine Power Plant, Uran on 03rd March 2016. Prof. D. D. Rupanwar, Prof. V. B. Bhagwat, Prof. V. B. Bhagwat & Prof. Sai Gopal accompanied students for guiding. The next day students visited Volkswagen Pune Plant to study the advanced manufacturing process and automation in assembly lines.

    Piaggio Pvt Ltd

    7th Feb. 2016

    TE - Mechanical

    Pumping Station, Baramati

    27th Jan, 2016

    TE - Mechanical

    Nandan Dairy and Malegaon Sugar Factory, Malegaon, Tal-Baramati

    16th Oct, 2015

    SE - Mechanical

    SE Mechanical Students are visited to NANDAN Dairy and Malegaon Sugar Factory as they are having one industrial visit in their academic curriculum. The visited and learned the Milk Processing Unit and Boiler Unit, Various Processes. The visit was organized on 16th Oct 2015.

    Bharat Forge, Baramati

    25th Sep. 2015

    TE-Mechanical

    As a part of TE (Mechanical) syllabus students are required to visit Metrology and Quality control . Around 75 students of TE (Mechanical) alongwith one staff and one non teaching staff members visited They studied different types of instruments and gauges in standards room and assembly lines.

    Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Dahanu

    28th Mar, 2015

    SE-Mechanical

    Jawaharlal Nehru Port, also known as Nhava Sheva, is the largest container port in India. Located at southof Mumbai in Maharashtra, the port on the Arabian Sea is accessed via Thane Creek. Its common namederives from the names of Nhava and Sheva villages which were situated there. JNPT has a quay length of 680 metres (2,230 feet) with 3berths. The Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal (NSICT) is leased to a consortium led by P & O,now a part of DP World. Commissioned in July 2000, it has a 600 metres (2,000 ft) quay length with twoberths. It can handle up to 15.6 million tons of cargo. NSICT was India's first privately managed containerterminal.

    Jawaharlal Nehru Port

    27th Mar, 2015

    SE-Mechanical

    Jawaharlal Nehru Port, also known as Nhava Sheva, is the largest container port in India. Located at southof Mumbai in Maharashtra, the port on the Arabian Sea is accessed via Thane Creek. Its common namederives from the names of Nhava and Sheva villages which were situated there. JNPT has a quay length of 680 metres (2,230 feet) with 3berths. The Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal (NSICT) is leased to a consortium led by P & O,now a part of DP World. Commissioned in July 2000, it has a 600 metres (2,000 ft) quay length with twoberths. It can handle up to 15.6 million tons of cargo. NSICT was India's first privately managed containerterminal.

    Nandan Dairy& Malegaon Co-operative Sugar Factory, Malegaon(BK)

    22nd Sep. 2014

    Mechanical

    NANDAN is a cooperative dairy projectestablished on 1st December 1977 and since then it has achieved many landmarks in milkprocurement, extension, animal health and milk processing, product making and marketing. Technically, sugarcane is a highly efficient converter of solar energy and infact, has the highest energy to volume ratio among all energy crops. Bagasse isgenerated after crushing of sugarcane is used as main fuel in all the three boilers.The average number of days for which the power plant operates with bagasse asfuel ranges from 160-180 days.

    GTPS Uran,NPS, Tarapur, Jindal Steel Plant13th,14th &

    15th March 2013

    Mechanical

    Kolhapur Airport Kolhapur and Irrigation Project Construction Div Ratnagiri

    11th & 13th March 2013

    SE, TE & BE-Mechanical

    IIT Bombay, Mumbai

    10th March 2013

    SE, TE & BE-Mechanical

    Dalimb Niryat Kendra, Baramati and Renuka Ice factory, Jalochi, Baramati

    18th Feb. 2013

    TE-Mechanical

    Bharat Forge, Baramati

    16th Feb. 2013

    TE-Mechanical

    Bhavaninagar Sugar Factory & Sonai Dairy, Indapur

    23th Sept. 2011

    Mechanical

    Hi-Tech Engg. Corporation PVT. LTD, MIDC, Baramati

    24th Jan. 2011

    Mechanical

    Guest Lectures


    2019-20
    Name of Speaker/Guest Topic Date
    Jui Kharade, Alumni of Mech. department, Pursuing M.S program at TEXAS, USA Preparation for higher studies and admission process 09/08/2019
    2018-19
    Name of Speaker/Guest Topic Date
    Mr. Nishant Salave
    Assistant Manager,R&D, Escorts Agri machinery Limited, Faridabad.
    Basics of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Job opportunities 27/10/2018
    Aravind Paranjape
    Assistant General Manager,Tata Power Co.
    Power plant engineering and Role of mechanical Engineeing 15/10/2018
    Mr. Ambadas Kandekar
    (Senior Manager,Aerothermal Group ERC, Tata Motors, Pune)
    Industrial applications and job opportunities in Computational Fluid Dynamics 05/10/2018
    2016-17
    Mr. Avinash Shinde
    (qualified UPSC-2016 examination with the rank of 976.)
    Opportunities in Competitive Examinations for Engineers. 30/06/2017
    Dr. Shyam Gurav
    Atkins Aerospace as Senior Engineer
    Finite Element Analysis 01/04/2017
    Mr. Achut Mehendale
    Enrich Consultant Pune
    Energy Audit and Management. 19/09/2016
    Mr. Bapusaheb Bangar
    (DYSP, Baramati)
    MPSC and UPSC Examinations 19/08/2016
    2015-16
    Dr Neeraj Agrawal (Associate Professor), BATU, Lonere Refrigeration and Air Conditioning -
    Mr. Vikrant Bhalerao (Chief Manager) Design and development of gasifier and Development and performance of engine for Producer gas-
    Mr. Achyut Mehandale -(Energy Auditor), Enrich Consultant Energy audit and Management-
    Mr. Vinayak Gogate-(Dy.Manager) Crash Safety-
    Dr Hemant Warhatkar-Professor) , BATU,Lonere Dynamic Problems-Eigen values and time dependent problem-
    Dr.Mohrir (Professor-Chemistry Department), IIT Bombay Opportunities in Piping Engineering domain -

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    Timetable (2020-21)


    SAE Collegiate Club


    About SAE
    SAEINDIA is one of the few professional engineering societies whose membership represents practically every engineering and scientific discipline. Its members combine their specialized abilities to further advance the research, development, design, manufacture and utilization of vehicles which operate on land, water, air and space.
    Benefits of Joining SAE Collegiate Club
    Membership provides for regular members to have access to emagazine- either Automotive Engineering International or Aerospace Engineering magazine. These award winning magazines target hot topics about ground vehicle and aircraft developments to provide members with a valuable resource for keeping pace with the rapidly changing technology in the mobility industry.

    Members can purchase SAEINDIA and SAE International technical papers and publications at member discount prices.

    Members receive free registration at SAEINDIA's lecture meetings and exhibits. This unique benefit puts the members in touch with other professional engineers and suppliers who determine the future of the expanding mobility industry worldwide.

    SAEINDIA regularly plans and offers many career development activities such as job fairs, career enhancement sessions, resume/recruitment boards, and resume database services. Professional development seminars are also available at special member discounted rates, as well as undergraduate and graduate scholarship programs.

    Access vital high-tech mobility information through renewal registration fee for attending SAEINDIA National and International Congress.

    Network with industry leaders and corporate officials at SAEINDIA meetings and local section activities.

    Save Rs.2500 to Rs.10000 while attending SAEINDIA professional development business and TOP TECH Programs.

    Objectives:

    To design, build, test and market a self-designed vehicle.
    To make students competent to simulate real world design projects in a conducive environment with thorough team spirit and self-motivation.
    To promote healthy network connections by bridging the gap between industries and students for global exposure and quality.
    Events conducted under SAEINDIA Collegiate club
    Department of Mechanical Engineering has successfully organized two days technical event “Elysium-2K19” during 13-14th September 2019 under SAE collegiate club. Interdisciplinary events were organized and about 800-900 students from our institute and from outside institute participated in various events. The event was inaugurated in presence of chief guest, Shri. Dr. Nishikant V. Deshpande, Ex. Director, NIT Silchar, Assam, Hon. Principal, Dean Academics and other dignitaries. The chief guest for the valedictory function was Shri. Kishor M. Bhapkar, Exce. Vice President, ISMT ltd, Baramati.
    Department of Mechanical Engineering organised a Two-Day Technical Event -Elysium-2K18 on 21 and 22 September 2018 under SAE Collegiate Club. During this event, interdisciplinary activities were organized and 800 students from our institute and other institutes participated in various activities. The event was inaugurated in the presence of Chief Guest, Shri. S.B. Patil, Senior H.R. Manager, Bharat Forge, Baramati, Hon. Principal, Dr. R S Bichkar and other dignitaries. Various events like Paper-Pen Thought, Get Hired, Poster Presentation, Technical Quiz, Talk War, Treasure Hunt and Game war were organized.